Professional

The professional database is the standard database provided with the GaBi software. It is the most robust life cycle inventory on the market.

Professional Database

The professional database is the standard database provided with the GaBi software. It is the most robust life cycle inventory on the market.

The GaBi professional database is regularly updated and is derived from industry sources, scientific knowledge, technical literature, and internal patent information creating a solid foundation for assessing your materials, products, services and processes.

 

Database content:

 

Contains a huge amount of thinkstep data, the complete ELCD database as well as data from Plastics Europe

Includes 3,320 processes, predominantly cradle-to-gate, as well as parameterised unit processes to support your modelling

  • organic and inorganic chemicals
  • metals
  • plastics
  • wood and wood products
  • power generation
  • transport
  • production techniques
  • end of life processes

Contains GaBi plans (or systems) for setting up your own customised power grid mixes.

All standard impact categories are included, such as CML, IPCC, ReCipe, EDIP, TRACI , IO2+, UBP, Usetox, IPCC AR5, … incl. ILCD recommended impacts

Consistent LCI water assessment approach integrated

18 quality indicators, 74 normalization and 37 weighting sets are also included.

Life Cycle Working Environment (LCWE) and Life-Cycle Costing methods are implemented consistently.

 

Browse the datasets in the professional database now.

 

 


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GaBi Database: Critical review summery by DEKRA

Critical_review_by_DEKRA_2014.pdf