Flash Design Tools

The following tools are fully functional, and downloadable free of charge.
All these tools are copyright of DPS Ltd.

If you would like to use one of our flash routines on your web site,
or would like a custom one written specifically for you
click here



Simple Unit Converter.

Download Converter.exe

 


This tool is a simple method of working out the volume of hot water storage that is required. The figures are based on standard systems.  Click on each type of outlet to add required number.

Download Capacity.exe

 


 This tool shows the relationship between power, flow and temperature.

Download WaterKW.exe

 


This tool is a simple method of working out the volume of hot water storage
  that is required to provide storage heating.

Download EnergyStorage.exe

 


This tool shows the range of cased hot water cylinder sizes that DPS can supply.  We offer four diameters providing a great deal of flexibility is needed.  Bear in mind that the 530 diameter is the standard, with other diameters costing more. 

Download CylinderSizes.exe


 


The relationship between power, flow rate and temperature rise / drop arises in a number of problems.  The most common may be to work out the minimum flow rate required through a boiler to maintain a set temperature drop, although other calculations include flow rates achievable through combi boilers or electric showers, or heating calculations concerning radiators or underfloor heating. 

Download BoilerSizes.exe

 



A simple way to work out the size of central heating expansion vessel required for certain sized systems.  The system fill pressure is typically near or above the expansion vessel pre-charge pressure which must be enough to fill the system to the highest point , where 10m=1bar.  The maximum pressure should be below the setting of the pressure relief valve on the system.

 

 

Download ExpansionVessels.exe

 


A more comprehensive way to calculate hot water and heating loading.  
Aimed at multiple dwelling calculations. 


 

Download Waterload2.exe

 



A simple way to work out the size of central heating requirements of a single room.  As such, this tool can also be used to work out required radiator sizes, as well as the heating requirements for a whole property, and hence the boiler size required for heating.

Download RoomLoss.exe

 

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