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Milos84
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Fixation units - flow diagram

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10-05-2012 02:29 AM

is there any possiblity and if yes how to change Fixation unit - flow diagram for plumbing sizing?

I would like to define the different diagram than the standard but i just cannot find it.

any support would be excelent and i would be gratefull if somebody could support in this matter.

Thank you

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Milos84
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Re: Fixation units - flow diagram

10-05-2012 02:32 AM in reply to: Milos84

Sorry - Fixture unit diagramm

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Keith.Brown
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Re: Fixation units - flow diagram

10-05-2012 09:33 AM in reply to: Milos84

Go into the style manager found on the manage tab of the ribbon.  Once there expand Plumbing Objects and then Fixture Unit Table Definitions.  Right Click on the standard table and copy/paste a new definition.  Rename to a name consistant with your standards and then modify your new table.  Also under Plumbing Objects you will find the Sanitary and Supply Sizing Tables that will also need to be duplicated and modified to your standards.

 

Hope this helps.


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