PSRE Co. Expands Market Presence in Middle East and North Africa

Affordable, smart, stress and fluid flow simulation, PASS software is now available through 8 international distributors

PSRE Co., the leading developer of smart simulation and sizing tools for every piping and equipment engineer/designer, is pleased to announce the expansion of its market presence for the PASS Software Suite in the Middle East and North Africa . PSRE has signed a distribution agreement with Adams Consultancy & Infrastructure (Adams C&I).

Adams C&I provides multi-disciplinary state of the art engineering, economic and environmental solutions in various industries. Adams C&I will distribute the PASS Software suite in Egypt, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrein, Kuwait, Oman, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco.

Adams C&I pride themselves on providing computer applications for design, calculation and simulation along with engineering expertise.  Whether performing FEA, control simulation, flow analysis, water-hammer or surge analysis, or district energy design, Adams C&I has a solution to offer. Adams C&I represents specialized CAD & CAE tools from all over the world.

PSRE (Piping System Research & Engineering Co.) offers a complete solution for engineering of Piping Systems and related equipment including engineering consulting and the PASS Software Suite.  The PASS Software Suite offers smart, easy-to-use analysis, simulation, and code compliant sizing tools enabling new users to perform piping and related equipment analysis in days rather than months.  Please check out the PASS Software Suite at www.passuite.com and https://www.youtube.com/passuite and the PASS contact page to learn more about the existing distributors of PASS Software Suite and contact PSRE if you are interested in becoming a PASS Software Suite distributor.

Contact:
Leonid Korelstein
VP Research & Development
PSRE
korelstein@turboprovod.ru

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