Soil appliance that receives urine and directs it to a waste outlet (BS6100). HISTORY: In IFC4, Material property removed. Use materials capabilities from IfcMaterialResource schema. Prefix for color property removed. Datatype of color changed to IfcLabel (still a string value). Mounting property added.
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Selection of the type of urinal from the enumerated list of types where:-
Bowl: Individual wall mounted urinal. Slab: Urinal that consists of a slab or sheet fixed to a wall and down which urinal flows into a floor channel. Stall: Floor mounted urinal that consists of an elliptically shaped sanitary stall fixed to a wall and down which urine flows into a floor channel. Trough: Wall mounted urinal of elongated rectangular shape on plan, that can be used by more than one person at a time.
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.
Note that BackToWall, Pedestal and WallHung are allowable values for a bidet.
The level at which water spills out of the object.