Fast Calculation without Heat Loss
Passitherm provide the thermal bridge calculation software Passitherm Lite and Pro with a new and improved version.
Passitherm Lite/Pro Benefits:
- No annual licence fee
- CAD based user interface
- Auto-detection of 2D thermal bridges
- Critical temperature and condensation risk analysis
There can be a heat loss of up to 25% through the building of thermal bridges so the analysis of surface temperatures is as important as ever when planning. This is where computer programs can help greatly. The heat bridge simulation programs Passitherm Lite and Passitherm Pro have recently been revised and improved to comply closer with the current requirements of the Energy Saving European Standards.
Heat loss via thermal bridges is already an important factor that a designer has to consider because it is crucial to comply with all applicable rules and ensure heat loss is kept to a minimum. Nowadays these calculations are best made with programs that can perfectly determine the correct outcome every time.
Passitherm software performs those everyday tasks of evaluating thermal bridges and surface temperatures with ease. The clear and easy to interpret graphic interface allows for easy modelling. It only takes a very short training period to become fluent in how the program works and the complicated thermal bridges can be calculated easily allowing improved freedom when modelling. Complicated situations aren’t an issue either as the program can consider different boundary types in accordance with EN ISO 10211. The software is also equipped with a feature for calculating U-values. In seconds, the user can view everything from heat flow, boundary conditions and PSI value.
Passitherm software can also display the heat fluxes as well as the isotherms. Along with this, there are many other features, including an interactive materials catalogue. The proofs along with the detailed evidence of thermal bridges can be viewed in accordance with EN ISO 10211 .
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