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Clivet launches iPad App

Clivety has launched a new iPad App which it says is designed for the use of sustainable technology in residential, commercial and industrial market sectors.

Available for use on the iPad platform, and available free from the App store, ClivetAPP 2.0 is said to have improved functionality and gives the user an insight into Clivet technology and how it can be applied to various market sectors.

The following features have been updated:

• The Clivet Group’s  vision is presented in a new corporate video that highlights the company’s values​​, principles and technologies, on which all the Clivet specialised solutions are based.

Applications, reflect various market sectors in which the company operates, and include Residential, Hotel, Hospital, Shopping Centres, as well as a section for Cinemas, Offices and Industrial applications.

Each application shows how Clivet technology meets the specific requirements of each application and  is supported by other resources, such as a video clip detailing the solutions adopted by Clivet, supported with the associated benefits. Clivet challenges the application of equipment in the traditional sense and clearly highlights their advantages, which are supported with a series of case studies.

Systems and product  details are available within the App and include Sales literature, product data sheets, product presentations, technical bulletins, as well as operation and maintenance manuals and price lists.

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