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  1. #1
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    Taco Flo Pro Designer head load/loss calculation software; Anyone using it?

    Here's a link to it.
    http://flopro.taco-hvac.com/designer...t_landing.html

    Anyone using it, have any pro or con comments as to its accuracy compared to other software? It's free, so it makes me wonder if it is any good.
    An answer without a question is meaningless.
    Information without understanding is useless.
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    I think it's pretty good. Did my house on Wrightsoft. After I installed, and had some time, I put the numbers into the Taco software, and the Slant Fin (both free), as well as Siggy's. Taco came the closest, followed by Slant fin. Little bit of a pain to draw with.
    And believe it or not, for a free product, it has support--and pretty good support at that.

  3. #3
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    Yeah, Ra called me right back up with answers. Still waiting to hear back on how to model in a room with knee walls, and part sloped, part flat ceiling.
    An answer without a question is meaningless.
    Information without understanding is useless.
    You can lead a horse to water............
    http://www.mohomeenergyaudits.com

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