SPC develops BIM objects
Published:  06 January, 2014
SPC, S&P Coil Products, BIM

S&P Coil Products (SPC) has developed a range of BIM (Building Information Modelling) objects. They are for the Mini range of trench heaters, and all the various configurations and specifications are included in the objects.

A range of options is included in the BIM objects to enable the user to make selections based on size, heat output and fan speed. There is also a facility to configure the objects for the trench heaters where cooling capabilities are required.

Fan convectors will be the next products to be available as BIM objects.




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