Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding equipment, part of Revit: Sprinkler Design.
- [Instructor] Okay, now we can dress up our pipe…with some fittings, accessories, and valves.…Let's go ahead and find some ball valves…and some check valves.…To get started, I'm gonna jump into Revit…and go into my fittings model.…I'm gonna zoom in on my mechanical room again, of course.…Let's make sure that our thin lines are turned off.…What I'm gonna do now is I'm gonna go to the Systems tab.…I'm gonna click on Pipe Accessory.…I don't want another back flow preventer.…Well, I'm gonna click on Load Family.…This time I'm gonna scroll down to Pipe.…
I'm gonna go into Valves.…First thing I'm gonna do is grab a check valve.…I'm gonna grab this check valve two to 12 inch flanged.…Now I'm gonna hit Open.…That's my check valve symbol.…Now what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna come…right down to this pipe here.…Notice how it decreases in size…once it knows what size the pipe is gonna be.…Instead of eight inch, I'm gonna do down to 12 inch.…I'm gonna select this pipe right here.…I'm gonna lay it in just like so.…Let's click on the 3D house to check it out.…
- Linking to architecture
- Creating views
- Configuring routing preferences and systems
- Adding sprinklers, risers, and pipes
- Tagging pipes
- Adding schedules
- Importing AutoCAD files in Revit
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1. Project Setup
2. Routing Preferences and Systems
3. Laying Out Sprinklers and Pipes
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