PIPENET is the leader software for rapid fluid flow analysis of pipe and duct networks

The three modules ensure that, no matter how extensive or complex your network, PIPENET will perform flow analysis calculations fast and accurately.

PIPENET Spray/Sprinkler

Specifically intended for the design of fire protection systems. PIPENET Spray/Sprinkler complies with the NFPA13, NFPA15 and NFPA16 rules. This module can be used for designing a wide range of fire protection systems: sprinkler, deluge, ringmain, foam solution and foam concentrate systems.

PIPENET Spray/Sprinkler Module sets the global standard for the design of fire protection systems, especially in the oil and gas, LNG, power, process plant, shipbuilding, FPS, CCUS and hydrogen industries.  It has unique capabilities such as ‘Autolayout’ which can save days of design time.

PIPENET Transient

A versatile, user friendly and extremely powerful software tool for modelling dynamic phenomena, and calculating the resultant hydraulic transient forces. PIPENET Transient Module is widely used for pressure surge analysis, water hammer and steam hammer analysis of cooling water systems, fire water systems, hydrocarbon loading and unloading systems.

PIPENET Transient Module is ideal for analysing dynamic flow problems such as water hammer, steam hammer, modelling process control systems, calculating hydraulic forces and generating a force-time history file for pipe stress analysis.

PIPENET Standard

A steady state fluid flow analysis software for compressible as well as incompressible flow.  PIPENET Standard Module has a number of applications such as air, water, steam utility systems design, and ventilation (HVAC) systems design.

PIPENET Standard Module is the perfect tool for solving general flow problems with liquids, gases or steam – in pipe and duct networks – cooling water systems, steam distribution systems, HVAC systems.

It is a solid simple to use program, which can be used by many disciplines, ever day for solving everyday problems.

PIPENET software is the leader for rapid fluid flow analysis of pipe and duct networks