The insulbar Finder from Ensinger guides customers quickly to the right insulating profile. Even when they are out and about.
Given the wide-ranging demands made on contemporary metal windows, doors and facades, the development of a new system is time-consuming and complex. As far as the most suitable thermal separation is concerned, designers can now rely on support from the insulbar Finder. The product selector guides users step by step to the right product from the extensive range of standard insulbar profiles. And there is more than one way to reach your end target: For example by providing information on the planned system cross-section of a window. If users opt to use this search method, they first have to decide on an opening method. The next step is to narrow down the frame values, such as the Uf value and various dimensions.
The selection process is completed by providing information on the window itself. Other points of entry for searching are parameters relating to the geometry or – if available – the article number of the required profile. No matter which route customers chose, in the end they will be given
all the technical information about the selected profile. Registered users simply download it. A mouse click sends the selection direct to the Ensinger sales team with an enquiry. For Matthias Rothfuss, Project Manager for insulbar Development & Application Technology, the new selection tool is an invaluable aid: "Using the insulbar Finder, we can provide our customers with support right from the earliest development stage – irrespective of the time or place. By deciding in favour of an existing insulating profile, they will be faster to market with their systems. In addition, this
means eliminating any costs for specially required tools." The product selector www.insulbar-finder.co.uk automatically adjusts the screen to the terminal device – even smartphones or tablets. Ensinger is inviting anyone interested to come and get acquainted with the insulbar finder at the Batimat Trade Fair (Stand no. 150, Hall 6) in Paris. For more information about insulbar, go to www.insulbar.de/en