An increasing number of architects and specifiers are making use of BIM for their plans and modelling. Vortice’s products have been listed on the BIM Object database for their benefit.
Offering time saving and greater accuracy in modelling, BIM technology can bring all building components together and integrate different aspects of a design. This allows all those working on a building project to optimise their actions and work to the same standards.
Developed to contain all the necessary information about specific products, Vortice’s BIM objects offer details about performance, visualisation, fan power and functional data.
With an increasing number of architects and specifiers making use of BIM, the technology provided Vortice with the opportunity to make its products readily available for potential customers.
The company’s drawings, specifications and BIM models are free to download via the BIM Object database.
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Phone: 01283 492949
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