Tempo Close Coupled WC Suite (T3280)

Manufacturer:Ideal Standard
Model:Tempo Close Coupled WC Suite (T3280)
Revision:1
CI/SFB CODE:(72)
UNICLASS:Pr_40_20_93_99
OMNICLASS:23-31 19 00
Website:www.ideal-standard.co.uk/
Software:Revit 2014
Last Updated:19 Feb 2016
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Bim, Content, Object, Component, BIM, Store, Revit, Ideal, Standard, WC, Water, Bathroom, Tempo, Close, Coupled, Suite, T3280
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Further Information

Dual flush 6/4 Litre or 4/2.6 Litre with water saving delay fill, inlet valve and standard or slow close toilet seat with cover.

• Push button dual flush cistern
• Slow close seat option
• HO or VO options
• Part of the extensive Tempo range
• Water saving tank option

Object covers
• T3280(01) Tempo close coupled WC pan with vertical outlet
• T4271(01) Tempo close coupled delay fill, valve cistern 4/2.6 litre dual flush push button bottom supply and internal overflow
• T6793(01) Tempo seat and cover, slow close

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Other peoples comments

Ermintrude  Bimstore Cow

Ermintrude Bimstore Cow

20th March 2017 11:39

Martin,
thank you for your comment relating to the above product. Having confirmed with the manufacturer the Tempo T3280 is in fact a vertical outlet connection as illustrated in the component. This product is generally used on refurb projects, where older style design is needed for MEP with modern product looks. If you require a traditional (more common) horizontal outlet the please take a look at the Ideal Standard Tempo T3276.

Martin McCann

Martin McCann

17th March 2017 9:25

Soil connection in the wrong place
I've never seen a WC pan with a connection that goes down through the floor rather than straight out of the back - I thought it was an odd American design - it's just very badly created Revit families
If you can't create the soil connections it's useless
I would rate it, but it's not worth a "1"

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