Audytor SET

Program for designing cold and hot water installations with circulation, and central heating and cooling installations.

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Program modules

 

The Audytor SET consists of the following modules:

 

 

Module of cold and hot water installation with circulation.

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Module of central heating installation, including underfloor heating.

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Module of central cooling installation.

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  • Individual modules cooperate with each other and use a common 2D and 3D graphic environment.
  • The modules can also work indepedently if it is necessary to design only one system of installation.
  • Each module is activated by a separate license key,
  • License keys run individual modules in the Basic or Pro version.
  • It is possible to run the program using a trial license.

The program since version 7.1 has a mechanism that automatically generates the axonometric scheme of the designed installation.

Axonometry drawing can be printed or exported to DWG format, which allows to create a complete project documentation.

The axonometry schema also allows displaying the scheme of the entire installation in one drawing allowing for a more precise orientation in the project and selecting and simultaneously editing the element data on different floors, which significantly speeds up the procedure of design modification and installation adjustment.

Automatic axonometry of the installation

The program since version 7.1 has a mechanism that automatically generates the axonometric scheme of the designed installation.

Axonometry drawing can be printed or exported to DWG format, which allows to create a complete project documentation.

The axonometry schema also allows displaying the scheme of the entire installation in one drawing allowing for a more precise orientation in the project and selecting and simultaneously editing the element data on different floors, which significantly speeds up the procedure of design modification and installation adjustment.

Import and export of drawings in DWG 2018 format

The program has been equipped with the latest cooperation module with DWG and DXF files.

It allows among others:

  • Loading DXF and DWG drawings in the newest versions (until 2018).
  • UNICODE text support for most characters to be displayed correctly.
  • Export of drawings in the following formats: DWG 2000, DWG 2004, DWG 2010, DXF 2000, DXF 2004, DXF 2007, PDF, SVG, CGM, HPHL, SWF.
  • Significantly faster display of complex drawings thanks to the simplified paint function.
  • A more realistic export of drawings to DXF and DWG files.
  • Saving raster drawings in DXF and DWG files.
  • More convenient management of drawing layers

The function of organizing zones of risers on the diagrams

In the drawing of the automatically created installation diagrams, the Organize button that has been added, enables the intelligent positioning of the zones of risers based on the data from the storey's plan views.

The program maintains the order of the risers within individual installation systems (CH, CC and H2O).

The function is particularly useful for large projects, significantly reducing the time needed to manually move the risers' zones.

 

The parameters of the organizing function can be modified.

Backup system of data files

The program has a mechanism that automatically creates a set of project backups (up to 8 files).

Data files are backed up every time data is saved, with the new files overwriting the older files so that at least one copy of the file from each stage of the project work is always kept.

This function will allow you to recover the project file even if its last versions are overwritten or damaged.

Import of building bases from Autodesk® Revit®

The function allows to create layout of corresponding to the levels on which rooms have been defined in Autodesk® Revit®. The transfer of data takes place via a file generated in Autodesk® Revit® using the Audytor gbXML plugin.

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Export of the installation project to Autodesk® Revit®

The function allows you to export the installation project to a file that can later be loaded into Autodesk® Revit® using the Audytor SET plugin for Revit.

The function allows you to export from the data and export from the results. Export from data allows you to save even an incomplete installation project (not recalculating), for example, the arrangement of the water risers, or the layout of the radiators. Export from results allows us to use technical data of selected pipes and devices in Autodesk® Revit®, eg pipe diameters, valve settings, radiator sizes, and pipe spacing in underfloor heating. In addition, physical quantities are available, such as the medium speed, the power of the radiator, and pressure losses.

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  7.1 Pro 7.1 Basic
Automatic axonometry of the installation
Display of installation pipes with actual diameters
Import and export of drawings in DWG 2018 format
The function of organizing labels on several floors at the same time
The function of organizing zones of risers on the diagrams
System of editable keyboard shortcuts
Backup system of data files
Import of building bases from Autodesk® Revit®
Export of the installation project to Autodesk® Revit®
Three-dimensional visualization of the installation
The ability to control the correctness of the layout of the storey
Data diagnostic system
Automatic drawing of floor heating coil
Designs on plan views
Designs on installation diagrams
Reads the list of building bases with the results of heat load from the program Audytor HL (OZC)
Read the list of premises with the results of heat load from the program Audytor HL (OZC)
Allows drawing the building base (walls, windows, doors)
Automatic creation of expansions of risers based on the plan views
Visualisation of critical circuit
The system default data inheritance
Graphical editor
Guide lines showing characteristic points
Drawing support functions
Draws parts of pipes (supply – return)
Draws pipes with polyline
Automatic insertion of radiators under the windows
Automatic connection of radiators to the distribution pipes
Duplicates parts of drawing on one storey and to the next floors
Creates a mirror image of parts of a drawing
Ready-made blocks of typical parts of the installation
Allows to create your own blocks
Extensive editing function in the tables
The „Find and Replace” function in tables
Error diagnostic
Extensive terror diagnostic
Defines the default data for all types of devices
Pictures catalog of selected devices in hints in the table
Designing of underfloor radiators
Takes into account the heat gains from connections to floor heaters as a radiator power
Results of calculations
Underfloor heating calculator – independent from the project
Selects the diameters and spacings in pipes in floor heaters
Selects diameters of pipes in installation
Selects radiators (catalog of 55 thousand elements)
Selects fittings
Provides total pressure losses in the system.
Reduces excess of pressure in the circuits through the selection of presets on the valves or flanges selection of the throttle bores.
Adjusts presets of the pressure and flow rate governors
Takes into account the requirements regarding the authorities of thermostatic valves
Selects exchanger residential nodes
Thermal buffers cooperating with residential nodes
Selects group of pumps
Selects pumps
Selects hydraulic clutches
Allows the use of dual manifolds

Three-dimensional visualization of the installation

The function allows you to export the installation project to a file that can later be loaded into Autodesk® Revit® using the Audytor SET plugin for Revit.

The function allows you to export from the data and export from the results. Export from data allows you to save even an incomplete installation project (not recalculating), for example, the arrangement of the water risers, or the layout of the radiators. Export from results allows us to use technical data of selected pipes and devices in Autodesk® Revit®, eg pipe diameters, valve settings, radiator sizes, and pipe spacing in underfloor heating. In addition, physical quantities are available, such as the medium speed, the power of the radiator, and pressure losses.

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Data entry

Data can be entered to the program graphically on plan views or diagrams. The necessary information about the drawn elements are introduced into the tables associated with the plan views or diagrams. As a result of table approach, it is possible to edit quickly data related to single pipes, radiators, fittings, as well as whole selected groups of elements. Each component of the system is equipped with the validation and support system that allows to obtain information about the quantity being inputted or the relevant catalogue data.

In order to facilitate data entry, the software includes:

  • The ability to edit simultaneously many system components.
  • The possibility of using ready-made blocks.
  • Intelligent functions duplicating any parts of a drawing horizontally and vertically, together with the appropriate renumbering of elements.
  • Possibility to define an unlimited number of custom blocks consisting of any parts of the drawing.
  • Quick access to auxiliary information on the quantities being inputted.
  • The pop-up buttons facilitating access to frequently used components.
  • Function dynamically linking data from a drawing with the data in the table.
  • Functions connecting automatically fittings, radiators and other system components by pipes.
  • Automatic creation of the risers on the basis of plan views.
  • Editing data in tabular form giving the possibility of setting of parameters of multiple selected items at the same time.
  • Dynamic linkage between the drawing data table highlights in the drawing, the element being edited in the table.

Data diagnostic system

Each inputted component is equipped with the validation and support system that allows to obtain information about the values or evokes the relevant catalogue, as well as test of data.

While entering data the program checks its correctness on an ongoing basis. This allows a significant reduction in the number of errors. During the calculation process, complete data validation takes place. As the result of that the list of errors, warnings and hints is created. The list includes the information about the significance levels and the place of the problems.

After the calculations, program analyses the obtained results. The analogue list of messages is created. Extensive system diagnostics enables the designer to fully assess the quality of the design. The program is equipped with a mechanism for quick search of where the error occurred (automatic finding a table, a row and a column with wrong data and faulty component is indicated in the drawing).

The system default data inheritance

A significant part of the parameters entered at the beginning of the building defining is data typical for the whole building (i.e. the default data). This data is used by the system of data inheritance.

The user can define for each class of device among others default catalogue symbol. The symbol is automatically assigned (inherited) to each device placed in the design. The default catalogue symbol can be changed at any time, even after inserting devices to the drawing. Change of the symbol in global data will change the symbols of all devices of that type, unless for a given element was another symbol was entered individually. Many other parameters may be inherited in the analogue way.

The data is edited in the table which allows the simultaneous determination of parameters for multiple elements. Linkage between the drawing and the table highlights in the drawing the element edited in the table.

Data inheritance system allows you to:

  • significant time savings on data entry stage (eliminates the need for entering of repetitive data many times)
  • very quick change of repetitive data in case of changes of design assumptions or preparing variant designs.

Graphical editor

Drawing with marked room zones is necessary to create the design of the system. The designer can draw the room zones manually or load them together with the plan views form heat load program (HL 6.5). If in HL 6.5 the three-dimensional model of the building was created, the plan views together with heat load results will be imported to SET program. The building entered in tabular form will be loaded as a list of rooms with the results. 

The most comfortable mode of work using the full potential of cooperation between programs HL and SET: 

  1. Loading building plan views from files such as DWG, DXF, WMF etc. to HL program.
  2. Drawing in HL program a 3D model of the building and running the thermal calculations.
  3. Loading results from HL program into SET program (heat load and floor plan views).
  4. Drawing the system in software installation HL program and performing calculations.

Design of the system can be done in the diagram, in plan views and partly in the diagram and partly in plan views. 
In the case of drawing the system in plan views the program automatically creates a simple diagram “connecting” plan views.

Drawing support functions

  • The mouse cursor takes the shape of a small image of adequate to the currently used function.
  • Auxiliary lines are displayed suggesting an automatic connection to specific characteristic points (e.g. radiator connection points).
  • Pipes can be drawn as pairs (supply/return) with a selected spacing, which, if necessary, automatically adjusts to the connected devices (e.g. to the spacing of the connection points of radiators).
  • Drawing pipes as a polygonal chain reduces the number of required mouse clicks.
  • Automatic insertion of radiators under windows.
  • Automatic connection of radiators with bottom connection to the pipes.
  • The possibility of duplicating any parts of a drawing within one storey or to the next storey.
  • The ability to create a mirror image of the elements.
  • The possibility of using ready-made blocks. Delivered with the software library of standard parts of a drawing (blocks) such as riser-storeys, the elements of apartment and manifold system allows for quick creation of the diagram.
  • Possibility to define an unlimited number of custom blocks consisting of any parts of the drawing. Predefined blocks can be used in subsequent projects.

Bonding and scaling drawings

HL programs (from version 6.0), and CH (from 4.0) are equipped with the function of Graphic creation of a building model. This function gives you the opportunity to draw a building model. To simplify the action of drawing, you can load a drawing base into the program. The file being loaded can come from an external program for creating technical drawings (eg DWG), or from a scanned drawing (eg JPG). The scanned drawing can be divided into several files. Drawings scanned into several files usually do not keep the scale precisely enough. They can also be rotated relative to each other by a small number of degrees.

Drawing bonding allows you to quickly scale multiple scanned drawings (in different sizes and rotated) and bond them with one another.

Designing of underfloor radiators

The program has a built-in module of underfloor radiator design. It is an integral part of the graphical system of central heating installation design. The first step in designing the underfloor heater is to define a floor structure. Directories of the program are equipped with the most popular floor heating systems, which include pipes, system boards, thermal and humidity insulation, fastening elements etc. The designer may create a whole set of structures, which will be available in subsequent projects. The program performs calculations in accordance with the EN 1264 Standard. Underfloor heating is designed based on the selected system, wet or dry and specific structure of the floor. Data characteristic for the selected manufacturer is default with possibility of individual design of the insulation.

The preliminary calculation of the heat output of the underfloor radiator can be done directly after entering the structure of the floor. This allows an approximate evaluation of thermal output of the radiator, the floor surface temperature and other parameters. The results may be useful in the design of radiators in individual rooms.


Introducing an underfloor radiator in the drawing it is enough to provide information about its type, share of the room heat load and in case of the diagram the floor area dedicated to the radiator. The program during the calculation will select the appropriate spacing of pipes in coil, will determine the actual surface and the length of the coil.

Results of calculations

The results of calculation are presented in both graphical and tabular form. Format individual system component labels can be freely modified (the selection of displayed values and style of labels).

The format of tables can be changed (selection of displayed columns and rows, font sizes) and sorted according to any key. 
The tables contain the overall results and detailed results for individual devices, circuits and lists of materials and fittings. 
In the drawings with results, there are labels containing the data specific for the indicated device. The form of labels is fully editable. All results available for the specific element can be put on the label. Many formats of labels can be saved and later on changed immediately.

The calculation results can be printed on a plotter or a printer. The user can select the scale of drawing and use the print preview to determine how drawings will be printed.

If the drawing does not fit one sheet of paper, the program prints it in fragments, which then can be taped together. As a result, using even the simplest A4 printer, large drawings may be prepared. The program is also capable of storing drawings in DXF or DWG files. The saved drawings can then be loaded into other software, e.g. AutoCAD.

Tables with calculation results can be printed, or exported to other applications running in Windows environment (e.g. a spreadsheet, a word processor etc.).

Faster installation designing

The program allows simultaneous input and modification of water supply, heating and cooling installations, which significantly improves the design process.

Simple analysis of possible installation collisions

A common 3D model of all three installations facilitates the analysis of installation collisions occurring in the project.

An efficient system for large installations

The proprietary (graphic engine enables the design of very large installations containing even several thousand items, receivers and taps.

Free viewer for sanitary projects

The program without license keys can be used for viewing and printing projects and viewing the results of the selection of installation elements.

Technical requirements

The program runs under MS Windows (7, 8, 8.1, 10) 32bit and 64 bit.

The minimum hardware:

  • 1200 MHz processor, 
  • 1 GB RAM, 
  • A color monitor with a minimum screen resolution of 1024x768,
  • 200 MB free space on the hard drive,
  • Compatible graphics card with OpenGL 2.0 and higher: all new graphics cards on the market should meet the minimum hardware requirements;Graphics card integrated with the motherboard: minimum GMA 500;

Hardware requirements for the 3D editor

Vertical resolution requirements for the screen: 
- minimum - 768 points, 
- sufficient for comfortable work - 900 points, 
- the most convenient - 1080 points. 

Requirements for system font settings: 
- Windows Vista, 7, 8 - fonts "100% smaller", 
- Windows XP - "normal" fonts. 

The computer should have a graphics card that supports OpenGL technology in the version: 
- minimum 2.0, 
- sufficient for comfortable work: 3.3 and higher.


How can I check which graphics card model is on my computer? 
- Windows Vista, 7, 8: Control Panel/System/Device Manager/Graphics Cards, 
- Windows XP: Control Panel/System/Hardware/Device Manager/Graphics Cards.

Not recommended graphics cards that do not support OpenGL 2.0 (according to the manufacturer's data), on which the 3D editor will not work:

 

ATI/AMD: 
- ATI Rage 
- Original "ATI Radeon", jak i Radeon DDR, Radeon 7000, Radeon VE, LE, 
- Mobility Radeon 7500, 9000 
- Radeon 8500, 9000, 9200 and 9250. 

Nvidia: 
- Riva, Riva TNT 1 i 2, Vanta, 
- GeForce256, GeForce2, GeForce3, GeForce4, GeForce FX 
- Quadro 
- Quadro NVS (50, 100, 200, 210S, 280) 

Intel: 
- Intel740 
- Extreme Graphics (1-2) 
- GMA 900, 950 
- GMA 3100, GMA 3150 
- HD Graphics (Rok 2010) 
- HD Graphics (CPU Sandy Bridge) (Rok 2011) 
- HD Graphics 2000 
- HD Graphics 2500 
- HD Graphics 3000 
- HD Graphics P3000 
and most of the integrated ones

OpenGL 2.0 support cards (sufficient

ATI/AMD: 
- Mobility Radeon 9600, 9700 
- Radeon X300, X550, X600 
- Radeon X700–X850. 
- Radeon X1300–X1950 

Nvidia: 
- GeForce 6 (GeForce 6xxx) 
- GeForce 7 (GeForce 7xxx) 
- Quadro FX Series 
- Quadro FX (x300) Series 
- Quadro FX (x400) Series 
- Quadro FX (x500) Series 
- Quadro NVS 285 

Intel: 
- GMA 500 
- GMA 600 
- GMA 3000 
- GMA 3600 
- GMA 3650 
- GMA X3000 - X3500 
- GMA 4500 
- GMA X4500 
- GMA X4500HD 
- GMA 4500MHD


OpenGL 3.3 support cards (recommended)

ATI/AMD: 
- Radeon HD 2000 series. 
- Radeon HD 3450-3650, Radeon Mobility HD 2000 and 3000 series. 
- Radeon HD 3690-3870. 
- Radeon HD 4000 series. 
- FireStream 

Nvidia: 
- GeForce 8 (GeForce 8xxx) 
- GeForce 9 (GeForce 9xxx) 
- GeForce 100 Series 
- GeForce 200 Series 
- GeForce 300 Series 
- Quadro FX (x600) Series 
- Quadro FX (x700) Series 
- Quadro FX (x800) Series 
- Quadro NVS (290 - 300) 

Intel: 
- HD Graphics 4000 
- HD Graphics P4000 
- HD Graphics 4200 
- HD Graphics 4400 
- HD Graphics 4600 
- HD Graphics 5000 
- Iris Graphics 5100 
- Iris Pro Graphics 5200 

OpenGl 4.2 
- FirePro Workstation 
- FirePro Server 

OpenGl 4.3 and higher
ATI/AMD: 
- Radeon HD 5000 series 
- Radeon HD 6000 series 
- Radeon HD 7000 series 
- Radeon HD 8000 series 
- Radeon HD 9000 series 

Nvidia: 
- GeForce 400 Series 
- GeForce 500 Series 
- GeForce 600 Series 
- GeForce 700 Series 
- Quadro x000 
- Quadro Kxxx Series 
- Quadro NVS (310 - 510)

 

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