Soil appliance for the disposal of excrement. HISTORY: In IFC4, Material property removed. Use materials capabilities from IfcMaterialsResource schema. Prefix for color property removed. Datatype of color changed to IfcLabel (still a string value).
|Name||Property Type||Data Type||Description|
Enumeration that defines the types of toilet (water closet) arrangements that may be specified where:-
BedPanWasher: Enclosed soil appliance in which bedpans and urinal bottles are emptied and cleansed. Chemical: Portable receptacle or soil appliance that receives and retains excrement in either an integral or a separate container, in which it is chemically treated and from which it has to be emptied periodically. CloseCoupled: Toilet suite in which a flushing cistern is connected directly to the water closet pan. LooseCoupled: Toilet arrangement in which a flushing cistern is connected to the water closet pan through a flushing pipe. SlopHopper: Hopper shaped soil appliance with a flushing rim and outlet similar to those of a toilet pan, into which human excrement is emptied for disposal.
The property enumeration Pset_ToiletPanTypeEnum defines the types of toilet pan that may be specified within the property set Pset_Toilet:-
Siphonic: Toilet pan in which excrement is removed by siphonage induced by the flushing water. Squat: Toilet pan with an elongated bowl installed with its top edge at or near floor level, so that the user has to squat. WashDown: Toilet pan in which excrement is removed by the momentum of the flushing water. WashOut: A washdown toilet pan in which excrement falls first into a shallow water filled bowl.
The property enumeration Pset_SanitaryMountingEnum defines the forms of mounting or fixing of the sanitary terminal that may be specified within property sets used to define sanitary terminals (WC’s, basins, sinks, etc.) where:-
BackToWall: A pedestal mounted sanitary terminal that fits flush to the wall at the rear to cover its service connections. Pedestal: A floor mounted sanitary terminal that has an integral base. CounterTop: A sanitary terminal that is installed into a horizontal surface that is installed into a horizontal surface. Note: When applied to a wash hand basin, the term more normally used is ‘vanity’. See also Wash Hand Basin Type specification. WallHung: A sanitary terminal cantilevered clear of the floor.
The level at which water spills out of the object.