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BIM objects for Gyptone products
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BIM objects are now available

Posted on 06.08.2021 - updated on: 06.08.2021

Gyptone products as BIM objects

At Saint-Gobain Denmark we now have our full Gyptone product range as BIM objects, ready for download on gyptone.com here.

The files on our website is for the BIM software Revit, and each BIM object consist of the full product range within the selected system. There is 8 systems to choose from.

  • Gyptone BIG
  • Gyptone BIG Curve
  • Gyptone Plank
  • Gyptone Xtensiv
  • Gyptone tiles with edge A
  • Gyptone tiles with edge B
  • Gyptone tiles with edge D2
  • Gyptone tiles with edge E

Linked to each product in the BIM objects is the following information.

  • Weight of the product
  • Fire classification according to the CE marking
  • Perforation percentage for the perforated products
  • αW for 200mm suspended constructions
  • αW for 300mm suspended constructions, with 70mm of mineral wool.
  • Color code for the painted products.

In the future more products will become part of the Gyptone BIM range and more properties and information will be attached to each product.


Background: What is BIM?
BIM is an acronym for Building Information Modeling. It is a highly collaborative process that allows multiple stakeholders and AEC (architecture, engineering, construction) professionals to collaborate on the planning, design, and construction of a building within one 3D model. It can also span into the operation and management of buildings using data that owners have access to. This data allows owners and stakeholders to make decisions based on pertinent information derived from the model— even after the building is constructed.

In the past, blueprints and drawings were used to express information about a particular building plan. This 2D approach made it very difficult to visualize dimensions and requirements. Next came CAD (Computer Aided Design), which helped drafters see the benefit of plans in a digital environment. Later on, CAD turned 3D, which brought more realistic visuals to blueprints. Now, BIM (Building Information Modeling) is the standard— but it’s more than just a 3D model.

the true power of BIM lives in the “I” (information). All of the information gathered from conception to completion of a building. The data can be used to improve accuracy, express design intent from the office to the field, improve knowledge transfer from stakeholder to stakeholder, reduce change orders and field coordination problems.

If you have any questions regarding to the BIM objects, please contact
Technical Product Manager:
Jesper Friis Pedersen
Email: jesperfriis.pedersen@saint-gobain.com
Tel.: +45 61 20 67 38