Established in 1984, Mistral is proud to be widely considered the 'generic' software system provider for the refrigeration & air conditioning industry. In its domestic market, Mistral software is used by more than 85% of UK refrigeration & air conditioning contracting firms and programs have been distributed to over 17,000 users in more than 100 countries around the world.
Many household name companies and organisations (and many little known ones too!) specify MISTRAL. Meaning they write into manuals prepared for contractors that design and install their air conditioning and refrigeration systems that they are obliged to use MISTRAL software to aid design and for equipment selection procedures on their projects.
Benefits for 'Specifiers' being that they no longer have to cover contractors' overheads for countless hours wasted through designing manually. They also gain from improved design consistency, 'traceability' and rigorous QA adherence. More importantly perhaps, greater accuracy in the engineering process inevitably leads to savings, not only for capital equipment purchase costs, then installation costs, but also of course for both on-going running costs and future maintenance costs. Who could deny such compelling reasons?
For contractors, apart from the obvious benefits of using MISTRAL software and for which MISTRAL is renowned by RAC professionals throughout the world, it means that when quoting for 'specified' work, everyone is using the same design tools. Thus gaining the additional security of knowing they are always competing on a 'level playing field'.
MISTRAL does not discuss any one of its valued client's activities openly for the benefit of all the others to see or hear. However, none of MISTRAL's Specifier's confidentiality is compromised when we say that all the well known and prestigious companies or organisations shown below have had RAC installations designed by their contractors or consultants with the aid of MISTRAL software. To mention but a few.
"Bringing the benefits of computerisation to our industry - without the historically associated problems."