Roxtec announces Transit Designer software for cable and pipe
July 1, 2013 - Roxtec announces Transit Designer software for design departments using the Roxtec sealing system. It simplifies product selection according to needs and requirements and it improves the entire process of designing, purchasing and installing cable and pipe transits. “During the development process, we have seen designers finalize a drawing in 30 seconds instead of 30 minutes thanks to the Roxtec Transit Designer,” says Roger Johansson, Executive Vice President Global Segments at Roxtec. “The software drives efficiency and reduces project risks. We are eager to offer this service to design firms globally.”
Design teams can share their work online with project teams anywhere in the world and Roxtec transit design experts are always there to help through the built-in chat function. Simply copy and paste cable schedule, sealing or certification requirements, installation preferences and preliminary opening sizes to generate manufacturer approved drawings and documents. The software drives efficiency and reduces the risk of mistakes in all phases.
Transit Designer Benefits
- Simple product selection
- Easy copy and paste for cable or pipe schedule inputs
- Manufacturer-approved engineering outputs
- Improves project efficiency and flexibility
- Reduces project risks
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