AFT elicense users experienced a short maintenance disruption.
Downtime Window: WORK WAS COMPLETED
Saturday, 28 March 2020 - Sunday, 29 March 2020
23:00-07:00 Central Daylight Time
Colorado Springs, CO, USA - March 11, 2020 - Creating a pump and system curve for a simple piping system with a single flow path and no control features is a relatively simple process. However, as piping systems are quite complicated with lots of branch points, control features, and dynamic interactions, creating a useful system curve can quickly become a common source of confusion.
Colorado Springs, Colo., USA, March 13, 2020 -- Applied Flow Technology (AFT) employs 18 men and women who are each unique and valuable to the team. Because their health and safety is a top priority, AFT has made the decision to allow all employees to work from home. However, we can't just push the off button and stay home for two weeks. Here is how we will handle AFT daily operations until COVID-19 subsides.
Colorado Springs, CO, USA - February 19, 2020 -- We have eight small, but important, questions to ask - and we hope you will take two minutes to answer them. The bi-annual customer satisfaction survey allows AFT to hear your thoughts on our service and what additional features or capabilities you would like AFT to incorporate into our software. We appreciate your time!
Colorado Springs, Colo., USA, February 12, 2020 – What does hydraulic flow analysis software do? It helps real people, at real companies, solve real problems. For over 25 years, Applied Flow Technology (AFT) has developed industry-leading hydraulic flow software that allow engineers in over 80 countries to proactively design, analyze, and solve piping system problems. AFT has announced the development and new version release of their flagship software, AFT Fathom 11 for incompressible flow systems.