Heat Exchanger Mechanical Design in COMPRESS

Integrated Heat Exchanger Design and Fabrication Using COMPRESS 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 shop travelers and weld maps Automating drawing generation using the included Codeware Interface Supporting [...]

Heat Exchanger Mechanical Design in COMPRESS2021-09-03T16:31:03-04:00

What’s New in COMPRESS 8010

July 6, 2020 - We're pleased to announce the release of COMPRESS 2020 Build 8010. Productivity enhancing new features include: UG-80 and UG-81 Out-of-Roundness Forming Tolerances Foundation Loads Summary Attaching ASME B16.9 Tees to nozzles Please watch the video below to see these new features in action. Download [...]

What’s New in COMPRESS 80102021-09-07T09:43:28-04:00

Support Skirt Openings And Nozzle Extensions

Vertical pressure vessels usually 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 [...]

Support Skirt Openings And Nozzle Extensions2021-05-24T17:13:40-04:00

Design and Cost Vertical Heat Exchangers With COMPRESS

Designing Vertical Heat Exchangers With COMPRESS Is designing and estimating heat exchangers consuming a lot of your time?  COMPRESS makes it easy to design and cost heat exchangers by including: A bi-directional interface that imports and exports your HTRI files COSTER for consistent and accurate quotations Consideration of  API 660 [...]

Design and Cost Vertical Heat Exchangers With COMPRESS2021-09-07T10:31:05-04:00

The Benefits of Specifying ASME Division 2 Class 1

Welcome to the second installment of our 2 part series on the advantages of using Division 2 Class 1. In our last Division 2 post, we did a brief comparison of Class 1 and Division 1. In this video, we use a real world vessel example to illustrate the savings possible with Class 1. If [...]

The Benefits of Specifying ASME Division 2 Class 12021-05-24T17:37:45-04:00

ASME VIII-2 (Division 2) Class 1 Vessels

New in ASME VIII-2: Class 1 Vessels The recently introduced ASME VIII-2 Class 1 designation provides a way to specify and build vessels that are more economical than those produced using traditional Division 1 rules. Advantages of Class 1 over Division 1 include: Modern, more accurate design equations Higher allowable [...]

ASME VIII-2 (Division 2) Class 1 Vessels2021-05-25T10:45:27-04:00
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