The Missing Link to Superior Performance
Balanced air is critical to homeowner comfort, don't leave it to chance!
Wrightsoft' first commissioning tool, Right-B is the perfect tool to ensure home owner satisfaction and to take your company to the next level. Right-B will help you provide a properly distributed HVAC system with minimal effort. This powerful tool is very easy to use, just measure and enter actual values and then re-adjust. Of course, good duct design is the first step in easy balancing!
Duct balancing is the key to achieving maximum performance and optimum comfort. You no longer need heavy knowledge of air balancing and air flow diagnostics to balance your ducts!
Right-B requires Right-Draw®, Right-D® or Right-Duct™ and at least one load calculation module in order to operate (Right-J® or Right-F280™.)
Deliver Superior Comfort:
- Improve compliance with tight building codes and energy requirements
- Improve system performance
- Improve comfort
- Establish your company as experts
- Separate from the competition
Above is a screenshot of the Right-B worksheet within the Right-Suite Universal software.
Symptoms of an Unbalanced System
If you don't measure, you're guessing!
- Rooms too hot or too cold
- One floor warmer or colder than another
- Vents blow too much or too little air
- Noisy vents
Why Balance Your Ducts?
- Remove hot and cold spots
- Quieter vents
- Improve air flow
- Better efficiency
- More comfort
- Happier homeowners
The design CFM is automatically filled in based on design
Right-B is designed to make it easy to use your duct system design CFM as the basis for data collection and to produce the final report for documentation.
► Design Ducts in Right-Suite Universal
► Go to the Right-B Worksheet (shown above)
► Here you will see all the registers and the design CFM for each register
► [After the air handler is set up] measure the actual CFM at each supply register, and enter under "Measured CFM"
► Once all registers are measured, the program computes the ratio of actual to design CFM and then suggests the order and the amount to adjust each register
► Adjust the dampers with the highest actual to design ratio
→ Adjust ratio to about 90% (standard choice) of the design CFM and then on the second highest register you adjust to 92% of design CFM and so on, adjusting each register by 2%, until you’ve adjusted all of the five highest ratio registers
► Right-B does the calculations and suggests which registers to adjust, and the target CFM
► Once completed, the excess air from the highest ratio registers has been re-distributed into the lower ratio registers, and you can re-measure and repeat
► The program indicates which registers are within their allowable tolerance:
→ Black = Measured CFM is within the tolerance
→ Red = Measured CFM is above the tolerance
→ Blue = Measured CFM is below the tolerance