Software puts users in control
Eaton-Williams has launched a web-based air handling programme that puts architects, specifiers and contractors in control of their air handling selections.
Designed to be user-friendly, the Eaton-Williams air handling unit selection provides easy to follow instructions and menus enabling customers to easily and quickly design their own air handling equipment solutions. Once users have registered, they can log on via the Eaton-Williams web site then navigate through the programme and select the most appropriate unit for their application.
“The programme is fast, easy to use and gives customers greater control of their projects,” says Joe Wieckowski, general sales manager of Colman Moducel.
“It offers unit configurations saved as templates enabling customers to input their own defined technical data such as air volume, chilled water, external resistance for supply, extract and indoor temperature requirements.”
Components can easily be changed and once finalised, drawings can be generated in AutoCAD drawing format to allow importing into your designs. A full technical specification complements the drawing in a PDF format.
The programme offers 74 inline options, 35 double deck options, 35 side-by-side options and 55 Fan Wall Technology options as standard templates.