Kooltherm FM Pipe Insulation and Insulated Pipe Support Inserts, available as freely downloadable BIM object from BIMStore, provide a far greater level of technical detail than a generic BIM object.
This allows specifiers, mechanical engineers and installers to maximise cost savings by taking full advantage of the benefits offered by Kingspan Tarec Kooltherm FM Pipe Insulation, a key requirement for Level 2 BIM that becomes compulsory on all central Government contracts in 2016.
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With the launch of the Kooltherm FireSleeve, Kingspan Tarec can now offer a complete fire performance approved system with a 2 hour fire rating.
Kingspan Tarec provides free, expert advice and guidance on everything from the latest regulatory requirements and best practice to detailed project specific advice and solutions, via its Pipeline Technical Advisory Service.
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