Once completed, engineers can export the design, including product specifications and refrigerant charge calculations to Word or Excel for reports, or as DXF or BIM files for the equipment. The software has a built-in drawing file library, and advanced users can produce quotes using a database of equipment and user items.
Colin Goode, Fujitsu's product and specification manager said:
“Accurately selecting equipment to match the cooling/heating loads for every application is a fundamental design requirement. Once calculated this data can be input into Design Simulator and equipment selected with confidence rather than rule of thumb guesswork”.
“Properly estimating and sizing equipment is vital to ensure cost effective and energy efficient systems and is vital to prevent over or under sizing of equipment. The ability of this program to select splits and multi systems, in addition to VRF, means the software now far more flexible than ever before.
"DS continues to evolve as more and more ideas and requests for more features are fed back to our software development team. DS software is freely available to download from a link in the VRF section of our FGEurofred website”.