Toshiba develops BIM air-conditioning objects

Published:  06 August, 2014

Toshiba, air conditioning, BIM object

Toshiba Air Conditioning has developed a complete BIM (building information modelling) support solution for consultants, contractors and designers. It cover the company’s full range of SMMSI, SHRMi and Mini SMMSi VRF outdoor units, flow selector boxes and the full range of indoor units.

The BIM package provides an accurate digital representation of Toshiba’s air-conditioning systems that can be applied in standard BIM models of new and refurbished buildings.

These BIM items are based on the Revit platform and can be downloaded from the URL below.



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