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Pipe-Flo® Professional

Engineered Software, Inc.’s hydraulic analysis program, PIPE-FLO®, is widely used for Engineering, Commissioning and Operations of gas and liquid piping systems around the world to help companies design, optimize and reduce capital and operating costs of their fluid piping systems.

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Pump-Flo®

PUMP-FLO® is the industry’s leading pump selection software. Used by pump manufacturers, distributors and users world-wide, the PUMP-FLO® product line offers the advantages of commercially available software technology.

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“PUMP-FLO® is integral to our technology platforms and our business. The ease of use and integration with our systems is fantastic along with the entire staff’s knowledgeable, prompt, and courteous service.”

– Hydroflo Pumps, A Taco Family Company

“ECPI University has been fortunate to use PIPE-FLO® when teaching classes. The interface is amazingly user-friendly and helps solve complex problems with extraordinary ease.”

– Wael M. Ibrahim, Ph.D., East Coast Polytechnic Institute

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USING PIPE-FLO® TO ANALYZE LARGE CHILL WATER SYSTEMS

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TESTING SYSTEM EFFICIENCY AND SELECTING PUMPS USING PIPE-FLO®

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REPLACING SPREADSHEETS WITH PIPE-FLO®

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SAVING ENERGY AND MAINTENANCE COSTS USING PIPE-FLO®

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USING PIPE-FLO® TO QUICKLY IDENTIFY AND TROUBLESHOOT SYSTEM BOTTLENECKS

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PIPE-FLO® SYSTEM DESIGN SAVES SAVE $40K PER YEAR IN ENERGY COSTS

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What Is a Reverse Return System?

How do you get equal flow to components in your piping system with minimal interruption and fine tuning of control valves? In systems with multiple branches and loops, the flow will take the path of least resistance. In an uncontrolled system, there will be an inherent difference in flows...