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ProMax®

ProMax is built on over 40 years of continual research and development efforts. Our team of development engineers has consistently found innovative ways to model processes so that the end results accurately refl ect the actual operating conditions of gas processing, refi ning and chemical facilities. We take pride in the fact that the focus of our development efforts has been strongly influenced by the needs of our clients. Members of our development team work directly with clients on specifi c process issues, attend training seminars and help resolve technical support issues on a regular basis. This helps ensure that the people who develop ProMax are in tune with the people who are using ProMax to simulate their facilities.

BR&E is committed to supporting our software with a level of service that is unmatched in our industry. Our passion as a company is for our engineers to work side by side with our clients. We fi nd great satisfaction in working with our customers to help devise design alternatives or resolve process issues. For many of our clients, our technical support team has become an invaluable resource not only because of their knowledge of ProMax but also because of their extensive experience and expertise with specifi c processes.

The technological merits of ProMax, the high level of service that accompanies ProMax, and the endurance of BR&E combine to create a unique resource. If you are in search of a process simulation software package that meets and exceeds your expectations, I fi rmly believe you will be delighted with ProMax. It is one thing to read about all the features that make ProMax different; it is another thing altogether to experience the difference.

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