Drainage system producer BLÜCHER arrives on bimstore

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BLÜCHER bring their EuroPipe range to the UK’s original BIM library

If there’s one thing we love doing it’s offering a great big warm welcome to new manufacturers joining the bimstore family. Today we’re happy to announce the arrival of BLÜCHER.

BLÜCHER is one of Europe’s leading producers of stainless steel drainage systems for use in residential, industrial and commercial constructions as well as onboard ships and offshore platforms. Customers across the world rely on their know-how, common sense and dedicated service. 2015 is clearly a momentous year for BLÜCHER as not only have they joined bimstore, the UK’s original BIM library, but they are also celebrating their 50-year anniversary. The company has grown from a small workshop to an international business with offices across Europe, Russia, the Middle East and China.

Now available on bimstore is the BLÜCHER EuroPipe range. EuroPipe is the ideal drainage system for belowground use. This stainless steel system offers the specifier and installer a metallic push-fit, lightweight and cost effective drainage system for foul and storm water drainage.

The download available on bimstore contains the complete BLÜCHER EuroPipe Drainage System with all parts and sizes available. Fittings are also available to download separately if you wish to create your own custom routing preferences within Revit.

Why not check out BLÜCHER on bimstore.

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