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Codeware was founded in 1983 in Ontario, Canada. We opened our first U.S. office in 1993. We currently have offices in Sarasota, Florida and Austin, Texas. Codeware's founder, Les M. Bildy, P. Eng., has served as President since 1983.

COMPRESS Heat Exchanger

Español Italiano Leverage Your Existing Platform Are you looking to expand your business by taking on heat exchanger work? COMPRESS offers a Heat Exchanger add-on to help expand your capabilities by: Interfacing with Codeware's Shopfloor Section IX program to generate weld maps Automating drawing generation using the included Codeware Interface [...]

COMPRESS Heat Exchanger2020-10-05T16:55:22-04:00

Nozzle Extensions Made From Pipe Components

Vertical pressure vessels often need a support skirt opening to allow attachment to process piping.  COMPRESS saves hours by efficiently modeling these skirt openings and additional piping components. This short video shows how COMPRESS quickly models nozzles with elbow and pipe extensions. To see how Codeware's suite of products can [...]

Nozzle Extensions Made From Pipe Components2020-03-16T16:05:13-04:00

The Shopfloor Document Turnover Package

Does it take you longer than it should to prepare document turnover packages for customers? With Shopfloor, you can drastically cut the time it takes to prepare a fabrication document turnover package. This short video will show you how Shopfloor automates the turnover package generation process and allows you to offer them to your [...]

The Shopfloor Document Turnover Package2020-03-21T07:46:11-04:00

Minimum Safe Operating Temperatures

Process equipment exposed to auto-refrigeration is at risk of failing catastrophically. INSPECT helps mitigate this brittle fracture risk by determining equipment Minimum Safe Operating Temperatures (MSOT) and comparing them to a range of potential process scenarios.This short video shows how INSPECT helps reduce risk by efficiently creating MSOT curves: To see how Codeware's suite of products can benefit [...]

Minimum Safe Operating Temperatures2020-03-16T17:03:33-04:00
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