The Right Chemistry for Plant Projects

Chemical, biotech and pharma plant designers and operators face the dual pressures of staying competitive by increasing productivity – often with decreasing resources – and adhering to strict environmental and safety standards.

As plants are adapted, expanded, decommissioned, moved or newly designed to meet the latest production or regulatory requirements, flexibility in the design and control over plant data are key to future success.

Plant Project Data Control (PDC)

CAD Schroer’s engineering content management environment allows distributed design teams to work in a collaborative, controlled manner, with version-controlled access to all project data. Cross-project “where-used” queries make component replacements or recalls easy to control.

Flexibly plan or adapt industrial plants

CAD Schroer’s plant design software, used on chemical and pharma projects worldwide, is a scalable, adaptable, database- and specification-driven suite of powerful, multi-user plant engineering applications ideal for your rigorous requirements. Use P&ID-driven 3D piping design with auto-routing; interactive 3D duct, steel and electrical design; 2D to 3D building and conveyor design. For niche components not contained in the industry-standard catalogs provided, create your own 3D parametric catalog components, or ask CAD Schroer to create them for you. Editing designs is quick and easy. 3D visualisations allow all stakeholders to assess the implications of making a change, with built-in interference checking ensuring that safety and maintenance spaces are respected, preventing expensive mistakes during construction.

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