Revit - Terminal Units
The Titus Revit models have been optimized to show all the basic information that the engineer
needs without weighing down the model. There is a careful balance between providing information and
making the file size so large that it hampers performance of the software. Revit and related 3rd
party applications require the model to pass information to them to fully utilize their capabilities.
Another benefit to the official Titus Revit models is that we created the models with these shared
parameters in mind.
Our Revit models will have many shared properties that will work with Revit features, such as the
schedule generator which can pull information from the drawings to create the VAV box schedule. The Revit
Schedule / Quantity command can list every instance of the type of element, in our case VAV boxes, that
to be scheduled, by extracting the shared properties from our models.
Titus files for Revit MEP 2012/2013
Download the Titus rfa files to manually load into the Project Browser
Click here to download all of the Titus Terminal Unit rfa files