|By PR Newswire||
|September 13, 2012 06:18 AM EDT||
WABASH, Ind., Sept. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Thermafiber announces the development and release of its new mobile tool for the building community. A first in the insulation industry, the e-book is a full digital version of the company's commercial and residential product binder. The enhanced PDF format allows the binder to be downloaded and viewed in the popular iBooks app for Apple devices and Adobe Reader on Android devices. Once downloaded, the e-book provides a quick reference for Thermafiber's product information, installation guides and technical data. The user friendly functionality allows readers to browse the binder by product category, flip pages with the swipe of a finger, keyword search, bookmark and make notes.
"Converting our commercial and residential literature to an electronic book format was the next step for us after launching our mobile website," says Austin Hess, Director of Business Development. "We want to continue to make our information more mobile friendly. Many architectural offices are abandoning traditional libraries and reluctant to accept printed literature. The digital binder provides the building community and our customers with the information they need in a format that they embrace."
The new e-book commercial and residential binder is available for download, at no cost, from the Thermafiber mobile website and the company's full Internet website.
Thermafiber, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of premium mineral wool insulation products. Their commercial insulation products are specified four-to-one over other brands of commercial mineral wool. For 75 years, Thermafiber has provided industry-leading commercial insulation solutions that conserve energy, control noise, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide lifesaving fire protection. Additional information is available at www.thermafiber.com.
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SOURCE Thermafiber, Inc.