McQuay offers BIM library

The company has released a comprehensive set of object models and other content for BIM designs created in Autodesk Revit MEP 2009.

03/11/2009


McQuay International has released object models and content for BIM design created in Autodesk Revit MEP 2009 format.

The tools (available for download from McQuay or the Autodesk’s Seek Web service) include object models for the Daikin VRV III system and McQuay’s water-cooled and air-cooled chillers, commercial rooftop systems, water source heat pumps, and packaged terminal air conditioners and heat pumps. Using the object models and content enables design engineers to craft virtual building models to serve as a single integrated source for building design. The content also includes links to detailed product specifications, PDF files of product designs and descriptions, and sample equipment schedules.





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