Zurn manufactures plumbing products and water solutions for commercial, municipal, and industrial markets. Their catalog is larger than any other single manufacturer; to say they have a lot of products is an understatement.
Keeping their catalog updated with consistent quality was almost impossible… until they started working with us.
We delivered exploded product images, installation animations, and 3D stills of their products. And we can update those images with ease when products change. Everything looks absolutely perfect with consistent quality and style across the entire catalog.
Exploded product images like these give customers a unique look into your products. By seeing each component, they can get a better idea of how it’s made and what’s included.
Without 3D rendering, it would be impossible to capture this view.
We can show Zurn products from multiple angles, in different lighting, and with editable backgrounds. Our team has also built 360-degree spin animations to show off every inch of their products.
Zurn uses these assets to present their products in ways that help buyers make more informed decisions.
FUSE has been able to leverage Zurn’s CAD files to provide precise, high-quality 3D animations and images. Our work has helped position Zurn as a leader in their industry.
Product Demos and Installation Animations
Installation visuals help people better understand how products fit together. But filming product demos or installations for catalogs this size can be expensive. 3D animations, on the other hand, are more cost-effective and can show the inside of walls and equipment (something impossible with film). That’s a win-win.
In 2018, Zurn announced the launch of their Connected Products line utilizing the Internet of Things (IoT) during a trade show event. The Zurn Connected Backflow Preventer is the first product released from this new line, which offers a “suite of advanced connected water solutions.”
Our team created an animated product demo to show how Zurn’s Connected Backflow Preventer discharges water during a backflow event.