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Wright Soft

Has anybody used Wrightsoft's products? If so, what do you think about them? I'm looking to buy a good quality heatload/loss program and the expandability of the Wrightsoft stuff seems neat - pricey, but neat. Thanks.

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  • Wayco Wayne_2
    Wayco Wayne_2 Member Posts: 2,479
    I have used

    Wrightsoft since they came out. I should have kept my floppy disks from Wright J 1.0 and framed them on the office wall. They are top of the line, but..... I had a hard time learning them. I needed classes to really start getting full use out of them. I just took a 2 day class to upgrade my skills and came away with even more ability, even though I've been using it for almost 2 decades. Their support is top notch too. WW

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  • John McArthur_2
    John McArthur_2 Member Posts: 157

    It seems like a good overall package, although there is a serious learning curve. I am not sure that it is markedly better than Radiant Works for general heatloss calcs, but it does offer a lot of functions. The thing I don't like about it is that it designs the radiant panels with varying loop lengths. I prefer to have the loops equal and balanced without having the extra cost of a balancing valves on each circuit.

  • i have been using this system for over a decade. The best available. Great people to work with

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  • Bob Forand
    Bob Forand Member Posts: 305

    I have been using Wrightsoft for some time now. Great product as well as support. The guys at wrightsoft will answer your questions and usually teach you something new each time you call. They have a good help section with fairly easy to understand explanations.
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