Written by: Gabor Kovacs, VP of Delivery
We are excited to announce a new feature for our Transcend Design Generator tool. Our tool, which is tailored to help engineering companies in their preliminary designs, now allows users to select the unit system they prefer for the output documents.
Previously, the tool required users to input data using either metric or imperial units, and the output documents, such as the Technical Description and Process Scheme, were generated using the same unit system. With this new feature, users now have the flexibility to choose the unit system they prefer for the output documents, independent of the units used for the input data.
This new feature will make it even easier for users to understand and implement the designs generated by our tool. It will also help to ensure that the designs are in compliance with local regulations and standards, which may vary depending on the location and unit system used, while also adding convenience to engineers using other standards for themselves.
In addition to the new feature of selecting the unit system for the output documents, we also want to remind our users that for individual input values, the tool still allows you to select the units you prefer. This means that you can input data using a wider variety of units, such as flow rate in MGD or cubic meter per hour. This flexibility allows users to input data using the units they are most familiar with and makes it even easier for them to understand and implement the designs generated by our tool.
We are committed to continuously improving our tool to make it even more user-friendly and efficient. This new feature is just one example of our efforts to make the design process as simple and accurate as possible. We hope that this new feature will help our users achieve their goals and provide the best solution for their communities.
We encourage our users to take advantage of this new feature and to let us know if you have any feedback or suggestions for future improvements. We are always looking for ways to improve our tool and make it even more effective for our users.