AmbiRad joins the 3D modelling world of design

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AmbiRad has entered the 3D digital world of design by securing the equivalent of BIM (Building Information Modelling) Level 2 compliance for the Nor-Ray-Vac continuous radiant heating system. Nick Winton, divisional manager, says, ‘We are committed to ensuring the complete range of Nor-Ray-Vac product components are BIM compliant. Technical information is now available to download through BIMstore.’

The information contained within BIM for each product is unique. The same key benefits include the following.

• Elimination of design conflicts

• Co-ordination of building services at design stage.

• Product preference at design stage to ensure compliance with specification and during construction.

• Streamlining of site construction work.

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