Waste water appliance for washing the upper parts of the body. HISTORY: In IFC4, Material property removed. Use materials capabilities from IfcMaterialResource schema. Datatype of color changed to IfcLabel (still a string value).
Defines the types of wash hand basin that may be specified where:
DentalCuspidor: Waste water appliance that receives and flushes away mouth washings . HandRinse: Wall mounted wash hand basin that has an overall width of 500mm or less . Hospital: Wash hand basin that has a smooth easy clean surface without tapholes or overflow slot for use where hygiene is of prime importance.
Tipup: Wash hand basin mounted on pivots so that it can be emptied by tilting.
Vanity: Wash hand basin for installation into a horizontal surface.
Washfountain: Wash hand basin that is circular, semi-circular or polygonal on plan, at which more than one person can wash at the same time. WashingTrough: Wash hand basin of elongated rectangular shape in plan, at which more than one person can wash at the same 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 size of the drain outlet connection from the object.
For counter top mounted basins the vertical offset between the top of the sink and the counter top.