Find the optimum window drive even more quickly and easily

GEZE WinCalc 2.0: the new configuration tool for window technology now offers more

GEZE WinCalc 2.0, Picture: GEZE GmbH
(PresseBox) ( Leonberg, )
The calculation program tackles complex calculations for the system design of a window and issues all applicable drive solutions. It enables the calculation of manual and electromotive ventilation windows, RWA windows and NSHEVs, as well as the design of appropriate emergency power control units. WinCalc therefore makes selecting optimum window drives easy and reduces the calculation required for the installation engineer. The new, advanced version WinCalc 2.0 provides additional calculation options and reduced calculation methodology in the new design. As a result, window drives can be projected with a freely configurable stroke and other specific features. Results are available more conveniently and faster, as a direct start-up is possible. The primary creation of a project is no longer mandatory. The things that the user is interested in are displayed straight away. The input values and the corresponding results are stored in the user profile. The calculation logs are available to download with the lists of items and they can be transferred to the basket in the GEZE SystemShop, enabling a direct order.

Handling has been simplified: an optimised user interface ensures intuitive operation and quick navigation. The calculation speed of the system was also increased – a further step towards rapid results. WinCalc 2.0 can be used flexibly across different browsers, including Internet Explorer (from Version 10), Firefox, Chrome and Safari. It goes without saying that WinCalc 2.0 can also be used on a tablet.

21 - 24 March 2018, NürnbergMesse, Hall 2, Stand 2-424
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