Titon has added a dynamic and fully interactive CGI environment – the Titon Product House – to its website, showcasing the products available throughout the company’s window and door hardware and ventilation systems divisions.
To launch the Titon Product House, users need to visit www.titon.com and click on the option to ‘explore the Titon House’ in the main web banner.
The new feature also contains detailed information about indoor pollutants, as well as advice on how these can best be tackled.
Once the user has opened the house in their browser, they are free to explore the Titon Product House by selecting from Window and Door Hardware, Ventilation Systems and Indoor Pollutants.
The first option then allows a 3D property to be explored, with products such as Titon’s trickle vents, door handles and window hinges all shown in-situ. Clicking an item results in a brief product overview being displayed, alongside a link to its relevant page on the Titon website.
Similarly, selecting Ventilation Systems allows visitors to explore the same 3D environment while looking at the comprehensive range of systems Titon has to offer, with individual illustrative configurations available for intermittent extract fans and background vents, continuous mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) and continuous mechanical extract (CME), the latter of which can be viewed in both centralised and decentralised arrangements.
Finally, the Indoor Pollutants version of the room identifies the most common sources of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) found inside a home. It also contains links to the latest expert advice and information on improving levels of indoor air quality, from renowned industry organisations such as BEAMA.
Tyson Anderson, sales and marketing director at Titon, said: “Introducing the Titon Product House now allows visitors to our website to see how our products are fitted within various rooms, as well as their features, benefits and health advantages. This will be extremely beneficial to self builders, fabricators, specifiers and homeowners alike.”