SANSCalc Exporter for Revit 2021 has been released

Introduction The SANSCalc Exporter is a small free app that you install as an add in to Revit to export relevant data from your Revit projects to a database format that can be imported/opened by both SANCalc Desktop or SANSCalc Online. This is used then to create a fenestration report and other Energy efficiency calculations. […]

SANSCalc Desktop tip 3 – Naming and location requirements

Introduction In this video we will look at the common issues to avoid in connection with the naming and save location of the database. Conclusion When following the above guidelines, you will ensure that saving and opening of SANSCalc databases are stable.

SANSCalc Desktop tip 2 – Use dot decimal indicator instead of comma

Introduction In this video we will be showing you to ensure that you use the dot decimal indicator instead of comma Indicator to ensure optimal performance. Conclusion Making sure that you have set up your Windows you will be able to run SANSCalc Desktop without any issues relating to the decimal settings.

SANSCalc Desktop tip 1 – Work from left to right

Introduction In this video we will be showing you how to use SANSCalc Desktop correctly when editing a fenestration element so that the calculations update as expected. Conclusion Using the method above you will be able to ensure that your calculations are always updated and correct.

How to create a custom glazing component in SANSCalc Desktop

Introduction Recently I received a question on how to create a custom fenestration element in SANSCalc Desktop to be used as a windows type. A need to create your own custom component will arise if you want to use specific supplier’s windows and doors. Many suppliers have window and door products tested by CSIR and […]

How to create a custom glazing component in SANSCalc Online

Recently I received a question on how to create a custom fenestration element in SANSCalc Online to be used as a windows type. A need to create your own custom component will arise if you want to use specific supplier’s windows and doors. The supplier need to have its windows and doors products tested by […]

How to get SANSCalc Desktop report into Revit

A customer asked us to assist in how to get the SANSCalc Desktop reports into Revit.  If you are not familiar with SANSCalc – there are two versions, one desktop based called SANSCalc Desktop and another a cloud based solution called SANSCalc Online. What is great about SANSCalc is you can install a Revit Add […]