Share DIPPR 801 is quickly becoming the preferred input data source of simulation software developers of all varieties, from process design to hazardous chemical release modeling. Why? Accuracy. Thermophysical property experts, both in academia and industry, verify its accuracy through a rigorous process of manual critical evaluation. Truly, any simulation software program is only as accurate as its input data. The following table lists organizations licensed to distribute the DIPPR 801 database and the release date of the version they are licensed to distribute: Name Database Release Date Adashi Systems LLC 2017 (latest) Aspen Technologies, Inc. 2017 (latest) Baker Engineering & Risk Consultants Inc. 2017 (latest) Chemstations, Inc. 2017 (latest) ClearWaterBay Technology 2017 (latest) DDM Corp 2017 (latest) Dechema 2017 (latest) KBC Advanced Technologies 2017 (latest) Knovel Corporation 2017 (latest) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 2017 (latest) Omega Simulation Co., Ltd. 2017 (latest) ProSim 2017 (latest) Scale-up Systems Limited 2017 (latest) Schneider Electric (SimSci-PRO/II) 2017 (latest) Technical Database Services 2017 (latest) TNO 2017 (latest) VLXE 2017 (latest) EPCON International 2016 DNV-Phast <2000 VMG <2000 Honeywell Industry Solutions <2000 Licenses are available for secondary distribution of the DIPPR 801 Software Package (includes DIADEM Professional and the database) or the DIPPR 801 Database Full and Lite Versions, and the Lite version with a non-display restriction. Prices listed are per year of distribution. Version Annual Lease, Per Unit Full Database $400 Lite Database $240 Lite Database, non-display $150 Prices listed are per year of distribution. One unit of the Lite or Full database means installation on a single PC. To become a secondary distributor, please contact us at email@example.com.