Paroc provides a product library of pre-defined wall, floor and roof structures through the ProdLib service. Structures are customized by region and language. Pre-defined product types can be found for Finnish, Swedish and Lithuanian markets.
All pre-defined buildups can be viewed as pdf files and they can be used in AutoCAD or other CAD software supporting drag & drop function. Buildups also support BIM usage, specifically usage with Revit. Any pre-defined buildup can be inserted into any Revit project without additional downloads. All Paroc materials with correct product properties are automatically included to the active project.
The Paroc materials can also be used in any user-configured buildup. The user can select an existing pre-defined solution and use that as the basis for the modified versions.
Additionally, designers can use Paroc Selector in ProdLib to find the best possible buildup for their project based on, for example, fire rating, u-value or sound insulation values. Buildups in Paroc Selector are also defined by regions.
Download more specific instructions on how to use the Paroc library and the BuildUp tool.
To access the Paroc materials, download the Paroc library from the ProdLib software. You can also browse the selection from ProdLib’s web-based version, WebLib. Both the ProdLib software download button and the WebLib search bar can be found from the right side of this page.
PAROC stands for energy-efficient and fire safe insulation solutions of stonewool for new and renovated buildings, marine and offshore and other industrial applications.
In 2018, Paroc joined Owens Corning. Owens Corning develops, manufactures, and markets insulation, roofing, and fiberglass composites. For more information about Owens Corning, please visit www.owenscorning.com.
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