Johnson Controls has released an updated version of its YORKworks Customer Edition, an HVAC equipment selection software for commercial and industrial applications. The improvements to this edition include updates to YORKcalc, allowing the user to generate detailed reports and calculate energy use based on chiller plant operating hours and real-world weather data across cities around the globe.
YORKworks is used by customers, including engineers, building owners and contractors, to select, rate and configure small tonnage chillers, air handling units (including factory-packaged controls), packaged systems and related components. The technology was created with the intent to provide facility decision makers with the tools they need to select, rate and configure Johnson Controls equipment on their own. This makes for a smooth process during the estimate and bidding phases of a project.
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