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AACALC10 is a spreadsheet based program to enable end-fed, looped and gridded fire protection pipework systems to be quickly entered, analysed and evaluated so that you may learn about full hydraulic calculations of sprinkler systems for yourself.Please see the bottom of this page for a full description and worked manual example of a typical hydraulic calculation if you are unfamiliar with the formulas and equations used AACALC9 is simple "point and click" drawing program for first-time users to the NFPA 13 / 15 Rules and dating from February 2014.Another program called CAD2ENRULES (see #3 of 22 below) which makes your existing hydraulics program obsolete by carrying out all the most remote / favourable design area calculations to the EN12845 (and similar) Rules from just the information on your 2D CAD sprinkler layout drawing ...FIRSTHCP is simple "point and click" drawing program for first-time users to the NFPA 13 / 15 Rules and dating from March 2017.TXT - but you can add to, change or copy it as many times as needed for your own country / company / specific projects / CEA / DBI / CP52 / AS2118 etc Sprinkler Rules and can even translate the text into your own language as shown below :- No longer do you have to waste a lot of time in entering most (if not all!) the pipework / sprinkler heads that you have already drawn on the 2D CAD sprinkler layout plan into a separate hydraulics calculations program.You just enter the flows, pressures and highest heads for the most remote / favourable design areas as well as the pump / tank details.These are typed in on simple "tabbed" data entry screens and you can view the resulting diagram on the same screen.
Come and join the hundreds of sprinkler designers and contractors around the world who have abandoned their expensive and time-consuming standalone hydraulics programs now that these calculations can be quickly done DIRECTLY from your 2D sprinkler layout drawings all for FREE ...
No need to node up the pipes, type in all the size, length, direction etc information to a separate full hydraulics program - this has all be done directly from your isometric - what could be easier?