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Our line of products were custom developed to match the needs of the environmental industry. From accidental release to dispersion modeling, our software has the strength behind the punch to get the job done. Productivity cannot be accomplished without a form of efficiency, and to capitalize on the time given to you, we have a line of products that have small learning curves and huge potential to take you past the finish line.

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When you are tasked to put together a dispersion modeling study or related air quality analysis, you need an edge to help you through the process effectively and efficiently.

$495.00
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EPA’s AERSCREEN is the recommended choice for this kind of air quality modeling study. AERSCREEN is EPA’s screening model version of the AERMOD dispersion model.

$2,195.00
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When you are tasked to put together a Class I area or other long-range transport dispersion modeling study or similar air quality analysis, you need an edge to help you through the process effectively and efficiently.

$700.00
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INPUFF2 is is one of the few puff models to allow multiple sources at multiple locations. Source emissions and meteorological data conditions can be changed during modeling.

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SCREEN3 is the single-source screening version of EPA’s ISC3 dispersion model. Our intuitive Screen3 for Windows has all the features missing from EPA’s SCREEN3, including great on-screen graphics.

$950.00
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Slab for Windows is our version of the EPA's Accidental Release model, which is designed for modeling dense gas releases.

$1,450.00
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Our 112(r) Suite has several models for various accidental release scenarios: SLAB for dense gas releases (most 112(r) modeling scenarios); INPUFF2 for simple gas release modeling; SCREEN3 for a steady-state comparison run.