Bricsys cleans up a contract win

Bricsys has signed a contract with Kemper in combination with application developer Dendrit Haustechnik-Software for its Bricscad V9 software.

Kemper has chosen Bricscad V9 as the CAD platform that will be bundled together with calculation software used by Dendrit to design high standard sanitary installations.

Bricscad V9 is a CAD platform on which the Dendrit application simulates cold and warm drinking water installations and circulation simulations, as an add-on to standard-compliant calculations. The temperature history for the entire flow path is checked and optimised within the software and the exact selection and settings for the valves and pumps is also taken care of.

The Kemper Hygiene System (KHS) for preventing stagnation and temperature excursion in the cold-water section has also been implemented as a simulation tool.

Kemper and Geberit, together with the software company Dendrit in cooperation with Professor Rickmann, Münster University of Applied Science, have created calculation software for stipulated cold water (CDW) operations. The software is capable of calculating, simulating and ascertaining the necessary flush volumes and times in complex major projects - hotels, hospitals, schools - with loop line systems integrated in forced-flow sanitary block areas.

Winfred Fischer, one of the three managing directors of the company, said: ‘When we decided to include high level CAD capabilities into our software offering we wanted a 100 per cent DWG compatible software, stable and performing which we found in Bricscad V9.’

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