Polyflor release an extended range of new BIM Objects

  • 16 Jun 2015

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Free to download from the Polyflor website and RIBA National BIM Library, a selection of Polyflor’s new BIM objects includes:

Polyflor’s Expona Flow vinyl flooring in Flaxen and Burnt Orange from the Cosmos collection.

  • Expona Flow sheet vinyl flooring
  • Expona Control Luxury vinyl tile
  • SimpLay loose lay tile ranges

The new BIM objects have been developed for the Revit Architecture and IFC software formats, following the continued success of Polyflor’s original BIM offering which was launched in June 2014.

The National BIM Library is a free online resource developed and managed by RIBA NBS for the UK Construction Industry. The service allows construction professionals to download generic and proprietary BIM objects, hosting a comprehensive range of systems and products.


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