3D MODELS AND BIM MODELS FOR RADIATORS
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Numerous models useful to meet every design and functional need available to each user.
The 3D models of radiators, inserted into a three-dimensional space, are useful for understanding the size of the model and how the element visually relates to the rest of the furnishings, especially those on the wall such as wardrobes, bookcases, shelves etc.
The single model of the radiator is generally constructed in several different sizes and shapes.
In this case it is useful, during the design phase, to have a parametric model of the single radiator; with a single file, in .rfa and .ifc format, and created as a BIM model, you can vary the size of the radiator based on functional and design needs.
Each parametric model is made following the technical information provided by the companies of the single product and respecting its dimensions and characteristics.
The presence of heating systems is fundamental within a space, whether it is public or private.
The heating system helps to improve the living comfort of an environment and to make the stay in a space pleasant.
The technology of heating systems has evolved considerably in the last few decades, achieving remarkable performances. The models of systems on the market are substantially divided into four large macro categories: radiant floor, wall and ceiling panels, radiators or thermal siphons.
The most commonly used models are radiant floor panels with serpentine and the most classic radiator models.
The function that the space assumes and the type of building subject to intervention dictate the choice of one type compared to another.
Radiator models are currently the most widely used especially for private homes, since they are easy to install, even on existing buildings, and easy to maintain.
Radiator models differ substantially in shape and in the material with which they are made.
The shapes of the radiators vary according to the models made available by the companies. The most common are horizontal or vertical plate radiators.
Horizontal plate heater models are spread in width and are easy to install on the wall or under the window.
Column, or vertical plate, radiators spread in height, and reduce the overall dimensions making their presence in a furnished space less