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Haulotte adds new models to its BIM library

Staff Report,

13 Dec 2021

Four new BIM objects model company’s booms and scissor lifts, bringing total objects to 45

Access equipment manufacturer Haulotte has added four new BIM (Building Information Modelling) objects to its BIM library in a move that the French company says is a sign of its strong commitment to the digital transformation of the construction sector.

Haulotte said that with the addition of the four new BIM objects, the building industry professionals can now integrate the latest Haulotte machines into their virtual projects. BIM objects are 3D digital models that contribute to the efficient management of construction projects. Widely used by architects, engineers, construction companies and property owners and operators (AECOs), they integrate both technical and parametric data and act as a true digital twin – or exactly as a piece of equipment would on the construction site.

The four new objects in the Haulotte BIM library are new models in three levels of drawing detail (LOD 100, 200, 300), in both Revit and IFC format:

• HT16 RTJ PRO telescopic boom (US name HT46 RTJ PRO)
• SIGMA16 PRO articulating boom (US name SIGMA46 PRO)
• HS15 E PRO scissor lift (US name HS4390 E PRO)
• HS18 E PRO scissor lift (US name HS5390 E PRO)

The BIM objects are free to download on Haulotte’s website and on the BIMobject platform.

Laurent Muguet, product manager at Haulotte, said: “Haulotte is strongly committed to innovation and the digitalisation of its services. Since the beginning of the year, our objects have been downloaded over 7,000 times. We have 45 BIM objects in our library, which will be enriched as new products are launched, allowing our customers to incorporate our latest machines in their digital mock-up.”


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