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PLANNING & DESIGN; GROUNDWORKS


SALTO launches product range on the National BIM Library


Building Information Modelling (BIM) will change the way in which buildings are designed, constructed and maintained, so together with NBS (part of RIBA Enterprises Ltd) SALTO Systems Limited have now launched a range of products on the NBS National BIM Library. The products include wire free electronic handle sets in a variety of styles, GEO cylinder, glass door lock, wall readers, a controller and lock cases. BIM combines multiple data streams which allow architects, designers and specifiers to generate a comprehensive virtual 3D model of a building. By including SALTO BIM objects at the specification stage, it allows for greater integration of detailed information that defines the product and geometry that represents the product's physical charac- teristics. The objects are available in Revit format and in the Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) and are free to access. NBS National BIM Library objects ensure consistency and work directly with various BIM design tools which can be seamlessly integrated into NBS Create software, at present no other BIM object library offers this service.


01926 811979 www.saltosystems.com


Deck planning & estimating software available from Wallbarn FLOORSYNC


MEGAPRO SOFTWARE


FLOORSYNC: New software available allows clients to create an image of how the DURO EXCELLENCE decking will look on their own project. The exact colour swatch of EasyClick or EasyChange decking boards is created on the deck space. Either pick from our gallery of images or upload a photograph. Click the “Floor” icon and choose the preferred “DURO EXCELLENCE” colour, board direction and pattern. The deck will change colour, giving the user a visualisation of their project with DURO EXCELLENCE. MEGAPRO: MegaPro is estimating software which calculates and places the correct number and size of pedestals required for paving or decking projects. Users can send a PDF or the dimensions to Wallbarn of the deck space. The software then calculates the distances and area. The “calculate” button is pressed and the software lists the exact number and height/product code of each pedestal required. It will separate them by height/code and create a drawing of the layout. The drawing colour codes each pedestal type and creates a priced Schedule of products.


0208 916 2222 www.wallbarn.com Barrier forms secure bond


Protection against groundwater ingress as well as gases and chemicals is offered by DualProof – a brand new two-layer durable watertight solution for below ground structures from Delta Membrane Systems.


This is a fully and permanently bonded, pre-applied membrane which is fitted prior to the fixing of steel reinforcement, and the concrete pour. It comprises a sealed two-layer flexible PVC membrane laminated with a non-woven polypropylene fleece. This fleece makes use of FiberTex technology which gives the necessary bond to the concrete, as it integrates into the concrete when poured.


01992 523523 www.deltamembranes.com Flexible cover design provides options


Access cover and drainage product leader Clark-Drain has launched a B125 circular (CD 1649 KMB) and square to round ductile iron cover (CD 1649 KMB/SR) to locate on top of its 300mm diameter clear opening polypropylene inspection chambers. Ideally suited to


Please call 01746 781782 or visit www.webuildit-ltd.co.uk or www.bio-pure.com


driveways, cycling areas, residential pedestrian areas and pavements the new designs combine a ductile iron cover with a polypropylene frame, to provide 12.5 tonne loading performance which is BSI Kitemark Certified to BS EN124.


01733 765317 www.clark-drain.com


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