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New Free Online Tool for Safety Valve Selection

IMI Bopp & Reuther, a business of IMI Critical Engineering, a leading global provider of critical flow control solutions, has launched the latest version of its free-to-use software tool, Si-Tech. Si-Tech 4.0 is a state-of-the-art application that helps users to size and select safety valves, and is available for download to all customers and partners of the company.

Si-Tech 4.0 has a revised user interface with a Windows-style operation mode — this is based on .NET 4.6 and uses SQL server Express 2014 as its database, with user projects being stored in a separate XML base. The entire package can be installed on a single computer via a .exe file, and administrators can use single MSI files to deploy the software on to a company”s network.

Once installed, Si-Tech 4.0 allows users to size and select safety valves according to individual rules and global regulations, and offers a selection of valve types, designs and options that can be combined according to need. The interface is very user-friendly and most of its features can be reached with just one or two clicks.

Other key advantages of Si-Tech 4.0 include:

  • All main safety valve sizing and standards catered for in a single software package
  • Safe and simple valve selection
  • Multiple user options
  • Seven user interface languages and 18 output languages, covering all units
  • Advanced valve manager permits flexible and efficient project management
  • Various data output options
  • Data import option for previous version (Si-Tech 3)
  • Database includes all types of IMI Bopp & Reuther safety and relief valves
  • Selection of valve options clearly arranged for optimum safety valve configuration

Si-Tech 4.0 is now available to all of IMI Bopp & Reuther”s clients and partners.

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