25 March 2019

Güntner’s GPC turns 20

The Güntner Product Calculator (GPC) has now been setting standards in industry for 20 years as the tool of choice for quickly and easily designing a heat exchanger.

From the very beginning, the GPC has operated using thermodynamic calculations to guarantee correct configuration.

Actual thermophysical characteristics are used to identify the heat transfer values for all sub-processes to calculate pressure drops in the pipe, in order to determine air outlet temperatures and, if necessary, also dehydration.

As a result, it is guaranteed that the promised capacity is provided, even in exceptional conditions. 

Aside from the time saving aspect, other advantages have come into play right from the beginning; it is possible to simulate different scenarios, such as variable performance requirements, and errors are avoided because the calculation draws on actual thermophysical characteristics.

Individual components are automatically aligned, and systems are accordingly configured with economic efficiency.

Today, more than 50 fluids in over 100 product series are available. Offers can be drawn up in 16 languages, depicting current prices and delivery times. 


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