Quickly calculate a radiator's heat output at different water and air temperatures.
A radiator's heat output is highly dependent on temperature of water entering and leaving the radiator. Nominal heat output of a radiator can be found in a catalogue or a technical brochure. The nominal heat output is valid only at the conditions specified in the catalogue. This application will calculate the heat output of the selected radiator at conditions specified by the user. This is useful for the selection of the right size of a radiator when designing a new heating system, as modern heating systems tend to use lower water temperatures than those specified in catalogues. The reason is simple: lower temperatures mean higher efficiency and lower cost. The application can also be used for calculating the cooling output of convectors and fan-coils at various conditions.
The application is available in English, French, German and Italian languages.
The application does not contain ads.
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- Jul 16, 2014
- Sebastjan Valic
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