17 March 2015

Pocket thermal camera for building inspectors & professionals

    FLIR’s C2 thermal camera weighs 30 grams and is 125mm X 80mm X 24mm in size, making it small enough to fit inside a pocket. The camera features FLIR’s MSX image enhancement technology, which is able to add details to the C2’s thermal images. This makes numbers, letters and textures recognisable without compromising[…]

  • 17 March 2015

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11 March 2015

Crown Trade re-design website for decorating professionals

Crown Trade’s re-designed website is now ready for use by decorating professionals The company wanted to update its site to be more aesthetically pleasing and easier to navigate around. It has been developed to include a new ‘pick list’ service, which allows users to select the products they want to purchase and print out an[…]

  • 11 March 2015

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02 March 2015

New website for UK bathroom solutions provider

The new website was developed to provide users with quick access to information. It features a blog, which is focused on QS Supplies’ latest trends and articles which can be found in the bathroom articles section of the website. A glossary section for bathroom products and accessories has also been developed along with a look[…]

  • 02 March 2015

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19 February 2015

Construction companies advised to prepare for Generation Z

Construction companies must make use of today’s technology to attract the generation that will not be able to remember what life was like without the internet Skill shortages are having a detrimental impact on the construction industry with 43 different sectors now experiencing the effects. Recent results from the Construction News Barometer have shown that[…]

  • 19 February 2015

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13 February 2015

Growth in the GGF’s online presence

With 36 million British people using the internet every day, it is no surprise that the GGF’s online presence has grown Since 2011, the Federation has launched a new website, downloadable technical publications, technical microsites and its Energy Savings Calculator. CE Marking flow charts and templates from the company have also been released online. The[…]

  • 13 February 2015

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06 February 2015

BIM content from Harmer Drainage

By introducing Level 2 compliant BIM content, Harmer Drainage will meet Government requirements and be considered for future Government project work The SML cast iron soil and waste pipework system, which has been certified by the British Board Agrément and meets the European Standard BS EN 877, is now BIM Level 2 compliant. This means[…]

  • 06 February 2015

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04 February 2015

New CAD drawing for hygiene rooms in schools

Clos-o-Mat’s new CAD drawing is for hygiene rooms that have to meet size and equipment requirements The latest edition of the Department for Education’s Building Bulletin 103 declares that a specialist hygiene room of 12 square metres must be included in all mainstream secondary schools. The hygiene rooms must be built with enough space for assistants to[…]

  • 04 February 2015

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03 February 2015

Windows, doors and curtain walling added to NBS National BIM Library

The NBS National BIM Library has been designed as a resource for specifiers creating BIM models By making its products available on the National BIM Library, Senior Architectural Systems has enabled specifiers to add its products to their BIM models and BIM objects. One example is the SF52 system, which is capable of holding double[…]

  • 03 February 2015

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02 February 2015

New BIM software from Wolf Systems heads to Ecobuild

Wolf Systems’ new BIM software, Horizon, has been designed for use by timber frame designers Horizon software is a timber frame tool built on Autodesk’s Revit Structure platform. The software has been conceived to allow timber frame designers to create 3D objects that symbolise actual physical building details. The 3D wall panels, floors and roof[…]

  • 02 February 2015

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26 January 2015

Infrared cameras to be unveiled at Ecobuild

UltraMax images have twice the resolution of standard unprocessed images FLIR has added the T460 and T660 models to its T-Series. They both include continuous auto-focus and recording of radiometric images as well as featuring UltraMax technology. UltraMax enables camera users to zoom in on heat anomalies. UltraMax images have four times the amount of[…]

  • 26 January 2015

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