3D CAD files of submetering system components now available for integration into Autodesk Revit and other Building Information Modeling Software Platforms
Bensalem, PA — November 6, 2018 — To support quick-and-easy building design and accurately represent installation layouts of the company's popular water submetering systems, H2O Degree now offrers Revit Family 3D CAD drawings of its products for importing and use in Building Information Modeling (BIM) software. Revit Family (.rfa) files are 3D, geometrically accurate models for integration into Autodesk Revit Project (.rvt) plumbing plans. Revit Family files can also be used with other BIM software.
H2O Degree is the leading manufacturer of advanced two-way wireless submetering systems used for tenant billing, leak detection & alarming, utility conservation and building automation system integration in multi-family facilities.
Revit 3D models are available for these popular H2O Degree submetering & leak detection products:
• M54120 Wireless Water Meter
• WM1100 Water Meter
• M54200 Wireless Mesh Transceiver
• M5423x and M54130 Wireless Pulse Counters
• IT1002 Gateway
"H2O Degree strives to provide our customers with quality, easy-to-use products from application & design to installation and use. These 3D CAD models provide engineers with a quick-and-easy way to integrate H2O Products into their building design and layouts. H2O Degree products can be placed into a rendering of an actual room that includes other building equipment, so designers can see exactly how they fit or interact with the rest of the environment," said Don Millstein, President of H2O Degree.
About H2O Degree
H2O Degree manufacturers a broad line of wireless radio-based submetering and leak detection systems that measure individual apartment or condo use of water, domestic hot water energy, boiler and chiller energy, electricity, gas and BTUs. The company also offers Green Thermostats which track energy use and apartment temperature while allowing tenants and property owners to set temperature set-points and schedules, adjust set-back temperatures when tenants are away or asleep and report HVAC maintenance issues. For more information contact H2O Degree at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (215) 788-8485.