BIM-system for the design of plumbing, heating, ventilation, electrical networks
Renga helps to design and detail MEP building systems in 3D with automated routing functions and automatic selection of pipes and fittings when creating a track. This helps to easily establishing drawings of plumbing and sewage system, HVAC system, power supply and power supply equipment.
There are two ways for engineers to create MEP systems in Renga software. First, by adding your design into existing 3D building models received from architects or structural engineers. Or second, by creating own 3D models of building systemes out of the 2D drawings received from the architect or structural engineer. The MEP Engineer can also use just 2D drawings as underlay
The Implemented System Builder tool allows for the drawing of trunk pipelines and fittings. This tool can be easily adjusted to match the required criteria and standards.
System Builder draws an object by control points in automatic mode. Automatic routing considers the layout of structural walls, columns, window and door openings, and avoids them if it senses a significant setback. If necessary, System Builder will route right through the partition.
When drawing pipes and ducts, an engineer can apply any type, size and material by entering data from the product gauges and product lines provided by the suppliers or manufacturers.
Renga MEP provides engineers with the opportunity to select the type of joint, piping, duct and route. Thanks to this feature, connecting pieces in real life can be applied and scheduled automatically
Renga MEP was designed to have a convenient project structure that is intuitive for you to navigate. Projects are navigated directly via the 3D model or by using the Project Explorer.
The Project Explorer mode contains all design representations listed in logical order, which the system obtains automatically. It provides users access to levels, cuts, schematics, BOM and drawings.
Load layout plans onto drawing sheets and create Bill of Materials using rich toolset, aligning your documentation for construction to the standards of International Organization for Standardization (ISO). BOMs upload automatically in Schedule Builder, when you add columns for each object property.
IFC is used by BIM design, DXF by CAD systems, and OBJ by 3D rendering and animation software. Non-graphical information exchange is supported through .csv files, an open and non-proprietary format supported by most data systems.
This makes it possible for you to use 3D and 2D project data as needed by your firm, and among all team members during every stage of the project.