PRODUCTS (December 01, 2001)
COMPUTERSAutodesk has released its first extension designed specifically for civil engineers and road engineering professionals. The Vertical Alignment Editor Extension is a modular enhancement for th...
Autodesk has released its first extension designed specifically for civil engineers and road engineering professionals. The Vertical Alignment Editor Extension is a modular enhancement for the Autodesk Civil Design application. It is available only through the Autodesk subscription program. In September the company also released Autodesk Building and Mechanical and Autodesk Building Electrical. The applications are built on top of Autodesk Architectural Desktop 3.3 and AutoCAD 2002. The programs provide predefined design content (dimensional and performance information about pipes, ducts, conduits, wires and other elements) for the most common components in the building model.
Rehau Inc. has completed a radiant floor heating and cooling system for a historic warehouse on Pier One in San Francisco. Rehau’s Raupex O2 Barrier cross-linked polyethylene (PEX-a) pipe circuits were placed on an existing concrete slab over a layer of insulating bubble foil.
Staefa Control System’s MS1800 Version 2.1 DDC control system was used in 14 schools in the DeKalb County School District of Georgia. The system includes global command of scheduling, adjustment of set points in several classrooms, and up to 52-week scheduling.
S.A. Armstrong has introduced the Series 4302 and 4382 dualArm Vertical in-Line pumps for commercial HVAC and hydronic system applications. The centrifugal pumps are upright with a small footprint.