CHECKWIND: COMPLETE WIND ANALYSIS IN A SINGLE CLICK.

CHECKWIND is an integrated wind calculation package for determining all relevant aspects of wind loading across to a variety of building standards across Australia, New Zealand, the United States and the South Pacific utilising our groundbreaking Google Maps integration. Integrate CHECKWIND into your existing software solutions using the CHECKWIND.API.


SCREENSHOTS


FEATURES

  • Automatic wind load calculation to AS 4055, AS/NZS 1170.2, ASCE 7-10, ASCE 7-16, TIA-222-G and TIA-222-H.
  • AS 4055: Automatic Wind Region detection.
  • AS 4055: Automatic Terrain Category detection.
  • AS 4055: Automatic Topographic Class detection.
  • AS 4055: Automatic Shielding Class detection.
  • AS/NZS 1170.2: Automatic Wind Region and Lee Zone detection.
  • AS/NZS 1170.2: Automatic terrain category detection for Terrain/Height Multiplier (Mz,cat) averaging calculation.
  • AS/NZS 1170.2: Automatic structure detection for Shielding Multiplier (Ms) calculation.
  • AS/NZS 1170.2: Automatic Topographic Multiplier (Mt) detection and calculation.
  • ASCE 7-10/ASCE 7-16: Automatic Basic Wind Speed (V) detection.
  • ASCE 7-10/ASCE 7-16: Automatic directional Exposure Category (Kz) detection and calculation.
  • ASCE 7-10/ASCE 7-16: Automatic Topographic Factor (Kzt) detection and calculation.
  • TIA-222-G/TIA-222-H: Automatic Basic Wind Speed (V) detection.
  • TIA-222-G/TIA-222-H: Automatic directional Exposure Category (Kz) detection and calculation.
  • TIA-222-G/TIA-222-H: Automatic Topographic Factor (Kzt) detection and calculation.
  • Support for Fiji, New Caledonia, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu.
  • Automatic internal, external and local pressure calculation for buildings.
  • Choose between metric (mm, m, km, m², m/s, kPa) and imperial (in, ft, mi, ft², mph, psf) measurement units.
  • Generate site-specific PDF reports with satellite image overlays.

REPORTING

USERS

CHECKWIND is trusted by over 100 companies and has over 2000 users worldwide, representing the fields of construction, fabrication, power distribution, signage, structural engineering, and telecommunications.