3D MODELS AND BIM MODELS FOR RADIATORS
On this page, you can find the best heating system brands selected: only Made in Italy brands with complete catalogs and all the useful information for technical correspondence and project requirements. 3D models of radiators and towel warmers, numerous models to meet every project and functional need.
The 3D models and DWG files of radiators and heating systems are compatible with AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit, SketchUp, and the main architectural design software.
The 3D models of radiators, placed in a three-dimensional space, are useful to understand the dimensions of the model and how the element visually relates to other furnishings, especially wall-mounted ones like wardrobes, bookshelves, shelves, etc.
BIM 3D objects of radiators, heaters, and heating systems are also useful for thermotechnical calculations because they allow you to gather the useful information contained in the technical data sheet already in the design phase, saving time.
A single radiator model is generally produced in multiple sizes and shapes.
In this case, it is useful, in the design phase, to have a parametric 3D radiator model: using a single .rfa and .ifc file, and created as a BIM model, it is possible to vary the size of the radiator according to functional and design needs.
Each parametric model is created following the technical information provided by the companies for the individual product and respecting its dimensions and characteristics.
Inside a space, whether private or public, the presence of heating systems is fundamental: a heating system helps improve the living comfort of a space and makes staying in a space pleasant, as well as being essential to meet legal requirements.
Heating system technology has evolved significantly in recent decades, achieving remarkable performance. Heating system models on the market differ mainly into four major categories: underfloor radiant panels, wall-mounted and ceiling-mounted radiant panels, or through radiators or convectors.
The most commonly used models are underfloor radiant panels with a coil and classic radiator models.
The choice of one type over another is largely determined by the function the space serves and the type of building being worked on. Radiator models are currently the most commonly used, especially for private homes, as they are easy to install, even in existing buildings, and easy to maintain.
Radiator models differ mainly in shape and the material they are made of.
The shapes of radiators vary based on the models offered by companies. The most common ones are horizontal plate radiators or vertical plate radiators.
Horizontal plate radiator models develop in width and can be easily wall-mounted or placed under windows.
Column radiators, or vertical plate radiators, develop in height, reducing the space they occupy and making their presence in a furnished space less obtrusive.
Find on this page all the information and technical data sheets on heating systems, and for any further information, do not hesitate to contact the company's technical offices directly through the pre-filled form at the bottom of each product page.