At Service Reps., Inc. we have put a lot of thought into how we can make it easier for our customers to select the products that are just right for their applications. The tools and sheets provided below will help you in many different sizing, application, and selection scenarios. If you need more assistance, please give us a call and we will be happy to help you with your project!
Engineering Page Tools and Helpful Sheets
TITAN SIZING TOOLS
Titan Screen and Basket Selection Guide
One of the most important design considerations when purchasing a strainer is specifying the perforation or mesh size of the straining element. This is why Titan Flow Control has created the following guide to assist you in (1) understanding the standard, as well as exotic, basket and screen configurations offered by Titan and (2) determining which design is best suited for each application. As always, a Titan FCI engineer is available to answer any questions that you may have and to assist you in developing a solution for your straining requirements.
Titan Straining Element Design Specification Sheets
These downloadable sheets can be used to order basket and screens from Titan Flow Control, helping to ensure that your order is made to your requirements.
Titan FCI Drilling Templates
Titan Flow Control provides Templates for Drilling and Pressure/Temperature Ratings as a technical reference sheet for our customers. If you have any questions or concerns related to flanges and bolting patters, please consult a Titan engineer.
Titan Pressure Drop Calculator
Caspak Sizing Software
Heat Loss Diagram
Minimum Insulation Sheet
Unit Selection Assistant
Navien can help you decide which model is right for you based on the ground water temperature where you live and information you provide. This is intended as a guide only; it is up to the contractor or engineer to determine the right model, components, accessories and particular system being installed. It is also engineer or contractor’s responsibility to ensure the installation is in accordance with all local building codes.
HydroMax Siphonic Design Requirements
HydroTechnic Hydraulic Calculation Program
HydroTechnic allows users to select their chosen units of measurement to draw, design and calculate in either metric or imperial (“English”) feet and inches.
After the Design Engineer has determined design rainfall rate and calculated roof areas, they should determine roof drain positions and volume of water per drain to be drained. From this point the design engineer will design the pipe routes required and draw these pipe routes into HydroTechnic.
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