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DriSteem: Company Introduces New Online Humidifier Sizing and Selection Tool


Eden Prairie, Minn. — Nov. 13, 2015 — DriSteem Corp. has released the latest version of its DriCalc sizing and selection software online, making it easier than ever to size, select, and specify humidification, evaporative cooling, and water treatment systems for commercial applications.

DriCalc is designed to guide users step by step through the humidifier sizing and selection process, accommodating both novices and experts. DriCalc’s system validation feature ensures that each system's steam generator and dispersion assembly are properly paired.

DriCalc lets users view the chosen ventilation system in plan-view with RH and temperature —   at entering, before and after mixing, before and after the dispersion assembly, and in the humidified space. Dispersion component placement illustrations take the guesswork out of sizing for ductwork. Size loads are based on an expanded database of ASHRAE-provided weather data, ensuring accurate entering conditions by city.

Users can export schedules and construction specifications in Microsoft Word, Excel, or PDF formats, making it easy to integrate humidification reports into construction documents.

“We wanted to make sure that people could use our DriCalc software to access their projects online anytime, anywhere,” said Steve Felber, product manager. “Because users access it online, they are always working with the most current version of DriCalc, which is always up to date with the latest DriSteem products, options, and pricing.”

DriSteem is a premier provider of humidification, evaporative cooling, and water treatment solutions for commercial and industrial applications. The company offers custom systems for critical indoor environments such as health care, data centers, and other facilities requiring precise control of moisture and cooling in the air.

For more information, visit www.dristeem.com.

 





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