HVAC product selection software

Greenheck's AMCA-certified Computer Aided Product Selection Program receives update, offering Revit Drawing files for many of its products.

01/19/2011


Greenheck has Greenheck CAPSupdated its Computer Aided Product Selection Program (CAPS) to version 4.5. This release of the AMCA-certified CAPS program offers users the ability to download Revit Drawing files for many of the products in CAPS. These files include specific performance-based information on the respective product. CAPS 4.5 also includes new products such as digital scroll compressors on energy recovery models ERCH and VER; ceiling radiation damper model CRD-1WT; FEMA grille model FSH 801; and a horizontal wall screen model EES-401. In addition, to comply with the new Energy Independence and Security Act regulations, new motor efficiencies are in place. Many product enhancements and improvements also have been included.



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