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P&ID Software Add-on for Intelligent Piping and Process Schematics

P&ID-Driven 3D Plant Design

CAD Schroer's P&ID software module is tightly integrated with all MPDS4 add-on modules, meaning that your P&ID diagrams can be used as the basis of MPDS4 3D designs and subsequent 2D layouts.

It allows you to cross-check your P&IDs against the 3D world, and automatically load those components not yet included in your 3D plant design in the appropriate position. This ensures that the resulting 2D drawings or 3D models use only the exact number and type of components contained in your P&IDs.

Symbol Catalogs Support EN ISO and ANSI

The software provides extensive, customisable symbol catalogs in support of EN ISO and ANSI, which make it easy to quickly create, edit and share intelligent piping and instrumentation diagrams.

Create intelligent process and instrumentation diagrams with CAD Schroer's P&ID module for MPDS4
P&ID module for intelligent piping & process schematics
MPDS4 - P&ID Software for Intelligent Piping and Process Schematics (Video)

Intelligent Schematics Tools and Customisable Reports

The MEDUSA4 P&ID software contains focused tools for intelligently connecting equipment, piping components and instruments across different diagrams.

It produces accurate design information quickly and easily, generating customisable reports at any stage of the design, allowing  you to start with equipment lists, and progress through to fully connected and labelled designs.

Integrate P&ID Software with External Systems

MEDUSA4 P&ID is customisable and flexible. The software can be interfaced to external databases to incorporate data from other systems into designs, and to push material lists from the P&ID to ERP and PLM systems.

Initiates file download Datasheet:  MEDUSA4 P&ID

Piping and instrumentation diagram created with CAD Schroer's MEDUSA4 P&ID software module
P&ID designed with the MEDUSA4 P&ID software module
MEDUSA4 P&ID software with an open symbol selection dialog with preview
Labels on lines on a MEDUSA4 P&ID schematic
3D plant design superimposed on the corresponding MEDUSA4 P&ID