Hoshizaki signs up to Specifi for BIM models

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Hoshizaki’s full range of refrigerators and ice machines will be available in BIM format in a two-stage launch.

Hoshizaki Europe and Specifi have entered into a partnership to provide consultants, specifiers and equipment suppliers worldwide with access to the manufacturer’s complete digital product catalogue.

Information will include product specification, full pricing in a range of currencies and a complete library of 3D BIM compliant, FCSI standard blocks. Through the Specifi digital platform distributors and kitchen design houses can configure equipment and produce 3D drawings compatible with AutoCAD, BricsCAD and Revit.

Products included in the first launch will be the Gram brand, with the exception of the Baker series.  A second launch will follow to include the Gram Baker range, together with the complete range of Hoshizaki ice machines.

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Steve Loughton, director, UK and Ireland at Hoshizaki UK said: “With BIM representing such a vital tool for consultants, specifiers and designers throughout the foodservice industry, we are pleased to now be able to offer a complete range of 3D models and BIM compliant designs for many of our Gram refrigerated products.

“Working closely with Stuart Campbell and his team at Specifi, we’ve built a quality digital equipment portfolio, giving system users the tools they need to incorporate our range into their projects. Going forward, we will continue to work with Specifi to complete our portfolio, including our Hoshizaki ice machine range.”

Campbell, VP of UK sales for Specifi, commented: “We’re delighted to be working with Hoshizaki to create their digital product catalogue and give customers access to this quality, future proofed data through our world equipment repository.”

Revit RFA format and DWG files will be available in the library.

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