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Design professionals in the radiant, plumbing and fire sprinkler industries can now specify Uponor products in their projects even faster and easier.
Autodesk Seek, the online source for product specifications and building information modeling (BIM) for building design, now features Uponor parts in its database library.
By searching "Uponor" in Autodesk Seek, architects, engineers and other design professionals can gain access to information on more than 70 Uponor parts for use in Revit, AutoCAD, 3ds Max, Maya and other CAD applications.
The comprehensive Uponor offering includes various engineered plastic (EP) fittings and multi-ports, lead-free brass fittings, valves, manifolds and other accessories for use in Uponor plumbing, fire sprinkler and radiant heating and cooling systems.
“At Uponor, we are constantly striving to make it easier for our professional partners to specify, design and build with Uponor products and systems,” says Chris Moore, vice president of information technology at Uponor.
“Having our products available in Autodesk Seek gives architects and engineers quick access to everything they need to specify and use Uponor in their projects.”
Headquartered in Apple Valley, Minn., Uponor is a member of NAHB's Leading Suppliers Council.
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