PROCESS | UTILITIES

[ The Excel Add-in for Chemical Engineers ]

PID Process Utilities Excel Addin for Chemical Engineers

A set of custom functions, taking Process Engineering in Excel to a new level.



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Excel 2007 - 2016 for Windows

32- and 64-bit versions

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[ FUNCTIONS ]

Industry standard data souces: NIST | IUPAC | Perry's | GPSA

Rigorously tested for accuracy.

UNIT | CONVERSION

CONV intelligent unit conversion
TCONV temperature scale conversion
PCONV gauge absolute pressure
- and others -

ENGINEERING | REFERENCE

PIPESIZE NPT pipe sizes
SATSTEAM saturated steam data
Z dynamic compressibility factor calculation
- and others -

PRESSURE | DROP

CVL liquid Cv calculator
HEADPRESSURE pressure head
PRESSUREDROP Darcy-Weisbach calculator
- and others -

MOLECULAR | FORMULA

MW formula to molecular weight
COUNTATOM count atoms in a molecule
   
- and others -

DIMENSIONAL | ANALYSIS

DIMENSIONLESS dimensionless numbers
UNITMATH multiply and divide units
BASEUNITS get metric base units
- and others -

MORE | ENGINEERING

PIPEFLOW velocity volume flow
GASDENSITY density ideal gases
LMTD log-mean temp. difference
- and others -

[ MEDIA ]

Official trailer

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Unit conversions in Excel & the CONV function

A review of some standard methods used for handling unit conversions in Excel, and then an introduction to Process Utilities' game-changing CONV function.

CONV, TCONV, PCONV

A more detailed look at the CONV function. Then, an introduction to the related TCONV and PCONV functions, for working with temperature scales and gauge pressures.

MW, COUNTATOM

An introduction to two of Process Utilities' most useful functions, MW and COUNTATOM. Now you can work with chemical formulas in Excel!

Installation video

This two-minute video guides you through downloading and installing Process Utilities on your computer.

Getting started guide

A guide to using of some of Process Utilities' most useful features.


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(Free for a limited time!)

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Excel 2007 - 2016 for Windows

32- and 64-bit versions

[ USER EXPERIENCE ]

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Process Utilities makes chemical and mechanical engineering in Excel faster and simpler. My favorite feature is the set of conversion functions, which makes mass & energy balances and unit conversions extremely quick and intuitive. Without Process Utilities, engineers are routinely having to look up values and introducing possible sources of error. Furthermore, Process Utilities allows spreadsheets to be dynamic in ways that were not previously possible.

Jason B, R&D Chemical Engineer, Boulder, CO

As head of the engineering group at a clean chemistry company, I strongly recommend Process Utilities to all of our technical staff. My team uses it every day, from lab data analysis to process design and economic evaluation. I have found that the add-in streamlines communication and virtually eliminates conversion errors as we pass spreadsheets between our chemists (working in SI units) and engineers (imperial units). I find it significantly improves my personal productivity in Excel.

Philip M, VP Engineering & Product Development, Boulder, CO

[ BURK ENGINEERING ]

In addition to occassionally building game-changing add-ins for Excel,

Burk Engineering provides consulting services for companies developing new chemical technologies.

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  • Process development
  • R&D support
  • Techno-economic analysis
  • Process modeling
  • Advanced Excel development
  • Equipment & instrumentation
  • Safety evaluation
  • Process drawings


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