Chemical process simulation software that includes libraries of chemical components, thermodynamic methods, and unit operations for steady-state simulation of continuous chemical processes from lab scale to full scale.

Ideal for: Users who want to design processes, or rate existing processes, in steady state.


Process simulation software that takes steady-state simulations to the next level of fidelity to allow dynamic analysis of flowsheets.

Ideal for: Users who want to design or rate dynamic processes.


Batch distillation simulation software that, when used as an add-on or standalone program, makes batch distillation simulation and design easy with intuitive, operation step-based input.

Ideal for: Users who want to design or rate a batch distillation column.


Heat exchanger design and rating software available as an add-on or standalone program.

Ideal for: Users who want to design or vet a design by a vendor of a heat exchanger (single unit at a time), and those who want to rate existing exchangers in new service or perform “what if” calculations.


Piping and safety relief network simulation software that allows rigorous analysis of any piping network.

Ideal for: Users who need to design or rate piping networks or safety relief devices/systems.


Physical properties and phase equilibria calculation software that is a subset of the CHEMCAD suite (all of the CHEMCAD suite products include CC-FLASH capabilities).

Ideal for: Users who need physical property and phase equilibrium data, as well as users who need property prediction and regression.


The official Application Programming Interface (API) for interfacing with CHEMCAD.CC-API contains .NET Interface, a class library and an object model to access parameters in a CHEMCAD flowsheet. Add-on Manager administers DLL files for any number of unitops, enthalpy models, k value models, pipe models, or kinetic reaction rates.

Ideal for: Users who connect standard software to CHEMCAD, embed CHEMCAD in another application, extend CHEMCAD with custom add-ons, or operate CHEMCAD in the cloud. 

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