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HVAC apps for smart phones?

HVAC apps for smart phones?

HVAC apps for smart phones?

I have just upgraded my phone from a Crapberry to a new smartphone, and was wondering what HVAC apps people are using and recommend?

RE: HVAC apps for smart phones?

I have seeen alot of HVAC Apps which are avaiable for Android Users ... and also for iphone ... most of the them are paid which are really good and profesional, the ones which are free are just basic kind of thing ....

I have not seen people using these kind of Apps with smartphonnes in this part of world. But i would like to use them, it like you carry your quick referrence guides ... calculators ... e.g., duct sizer, pipe sizer, pshchrometric calculator and much more in you pocket ...

RE: HVAC apps for smart phones?

I don't mind paying for good apps, just don't want to pay and then find out the purchase has been a waste of money, hence the question asking wht people might recommend.

RE: HVAC apps for smart phones?

I have an app called "DuctSizer" that may be useful to you. I've never really used it myself, but I don't work in HVAC.

There is also another app I have called "Pumps Basics" which I've actually referred to a couple times. Not sure that would be useful either, worth a shot.

I don't recall if they were both free or not.

RE: HVAC apps for smart phones?

COOK Book is a great reference book. it was created by Cook Fans

RE: HVAC apps for smart phones?

HVAC Buddy for service techs is good. Allows the user to plug in parameters to obtain target superheat/subcool and target temperature deltas across a cooling coil.

PsychromeTree, available for Apple iOS devices, is also very useful. It's a psychrometric calculator/converter.

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