To Accommodate Rising Demand for Online Training, Heat Pipe Technology Opens YouTube Channel
Heat Pipe Technology (HPT) a division of MiTek(R) Industries, a Berkshire Hathaway company (NYSE: BRK-A, NYSE: BRK-B), today announced that it has opened a YouTube channel to offer online training for use of its new SelectPlus heat pipe design software. HPT’s SelectPlus software, a free download, has been a runaway success, and this new online video training will accelerate its use and acceptance in the marketplace. The HPT training modules can be found at https://www.youtube.com/user/HPTSelectPlus. (Direct link.)
Training modules include two four-part video training vignettes. One set of video vignettes is focused on HPT SelectPlusTM HRM Selection Tutorials, and the other set is focused on HPT SelectPlusTM DHP Selection Tutorials. An additional video teaches HPT SelectPlusTM users how to add users to a project.
SelectPlus is a cloud-based solution that assists with heat pipe design, including the ability to create engineering drawings and output required document submittals. Whether the SelectPlus user is an HPT Representative, a Design Engineer, or an OEM, SelectPlus allows them to access workflow processes that are central to their roles in the design, specification, and installation of HPT solutions. These capabilities include the selection of Dehumidification Heat Pipes (DHPs), Energy Recovery Heat Pipes (HRMs), and the ability to calculate the Recovery Efficiency Ratio (RER) to determine net savings.
“Although SelectPlus is highly intuitive, we wanted to offer online training so that new users can get the most that our powerful tool offers for heat pipe design,” said HPT’s Maz Awad. “The uptake in usage on the SelectPlus software has been truly remarkable; we’ve seen hundreds of users join at a very rapid rate, and this new training will only supercharge the software’s effectiveness.”
About Heat Pipe Technology
Heat Pipe Technology, a division of MiTek(R), a Berkshire Hathaway company, is the innovation leader in passive energy recovery and dehumidification systems for commercial and industrial applications around the globe. Employing the very latest in passive-heat-transfer technology, Heat Pipe Technology designs and supplies the core energy recovery technologies to the world’s leading commercial air-handling equipment manufacturers. More info: www.HeatPipe.com.
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