Update - June 2023
We are conscious that since taking over Greentam we have been slow in bringing users the latest updated software. We would like to reassure you that though it is late it is coming and we hope to start beta testing very soon. Watch out for SuperBeam Plus coming soon!
What ProSteel users say:
"Keep up the good work, ProSteel is absolutely superb and is saving me so much time (and heartache!). The more I use it, the more I like it."
"Can I take this opportunity to say that I have been using superbeam since 1988, and have since moved onto Prosteel in that time. Both programmes have been used daily in my surveying / engineering practice, and I would like to congratulate you on an excellent package."
"May I take this opportunity to thank you for producing the most useful piece of software I have come across since 1981, when first I started to use a computer on a daily basis"
ProSteel's options include design and checking of simply supported beams, column design and checking, analysis of openings in beam webs and simple connection design.
Steel beam design and checking to BS5950-1:2000
Column design and checking to BS5950-1:2000
- Analysis of openings through beam webs using SCI/CIRIA guidelines
Angle cleat, end plate and fin plate connection design in accordance with SCI 'Green Book' (connections with a single row of bolts only)
This short video (3:32) shows ProSteel being used to design a simple steel beam. SuperBeam and EuroBeam are almost identical.
Note: Our program, ProSteel, should not be confused with a similarly named one sold by Bentley Systems Inc. We have been selling ProSteel since March 1992.
Please note: Do not use our programs for real-life structural design unless you have a sound understanding of the underlying engineering principles, assessing loads, design parameters and the ability to appraise the overall performance of a structure. Otherwise please hire a competent engineer.
All our programs run on Windows 7/8/10/11 systems (32-bit or 64-bit) systems. Windows XP and Vista are no longer supported. Please note that our programmes are not written to run on MAC computers