Saint-Gobain PAM UK introduces new CD for specifiers

Published:  02 November, 2009

ILKESTONE: Saint-Gobain PAM UK, leading manufacturer of cast iron drainage systems, has launched an informative new CD to make the job of a specifier easier.



The new Specifier’s Catalogue CD holds all the latest information on Saint-Gobain PAM UK’s Ensign and Timesaver cast iron drainage products and Classical traditional rainwater and gutter systems.


The CD also features the new Ensign EEZI-FIT range, a push-fit soil system kitemarked to BS EN 877, and the EPAMS cast iron syphonic rainwater system.


In addition, the CD ROM incorporates CAD files for the Timesaver ranges and the Ensign and EEZI-FIT FastrackCAD Database, which can be used in conjunction with the user’s own AutoCAD system to download product components for placing directly into project drawings, without taking up hard drive memory.


Mike Rawlings, soil and drain marketing and technical manager at Saint-Gobain PAM UK, commented: “The new disc affords specifiers instant and easy access to a wealth of product information across our ranges of above and below ground soil and drain systems.


“The FastrackCAD Database gives architects and specifiers the ability to produce accurate and detailed project drawings with minimal effort, as well as offering in-depth specification advice and manuals to ensure a smooth process from specification to installation.”


The disc also features a technical advisory service, 'Why Specify Cast Iron?' section with detailed rationale, as well as the Saint-Gobain PAM UK Environment and Social Responsibility brochure.

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