The Heat Designer is a useful tool for tech-savvy planners such as HVAC engineers, architects, design engineers and construction engineers for industrial applications. By having this app, you always have your heating calculator at your fingertips. The Heat Designer calculates the heat loss values for new constructions and retrofits and compares the efficiencies of different heating systems for a particular application. You can calculate the heat loss values of new constructions, which are based on the current standard DIN V 18599:2011, with just a few input parameters. The calculation for retrofits is executed in accordance to EN 12831. This app is a “must” for every engineer involved in the energy management of industrial buildings.
Special features include:
- Comparison of 6 typical industrial heating systems for new constructions
- Calculation of energy savings for retrofits
- Estimated energy consumption values based on DIN V 18599
- Availability of storing project data
- Results can be sent by e-mail
For Q&A just contact our App-support at email@example.com.
Heat Designer is a free software application from the System Maintenance subcategory, part of the System Utilities category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2015-03-06. The program can be installed on Android.
Heat Designer (version 1.4) is available for download from our website.
Just click the green Download button above to start. Until now the program was downloaded 18 times.
We already checked that the download link to be safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded software with your antivirus.
Here you can find the changelog of Heat Designer since it was posted on our website on 2013-08-23.
The latest version is 1.4 and it was updated on soft112.com on 2018-03-24.
See below the changes in each version:
posted on 2015-03-06
v 1.4,- Gaphical optimizations,- Update of calculation for “new constructions” according to latest values of EnEV 2014,v 1.1,- Performance-optimization and smaller contentual corrections