Instead of having a content library locally on the computer, all included families have been pre-loaded into the template.

The graphics of most symbols have been modified to match EN ISO 7010:2020.

Each unique country template also has their own symbols to match existing standards.


For Revit 2020 & 2021 all compartmentations for wall requirement belong to the Generic Models.

All other symbols are Fire Alarm devices, for compartmentations the FSE model uses Spaces.

All symbols have three sizes. 1_S(small), 1_M(medium) and 1_L (large)

as Instance parameters.



In general, these sizes mean that the symbols have these dimensions in the model



The Generic models that symbolize fire compartmentation for walls have

a 3D text showing the requirements in 3D

and elevations/section views while in Detail Level: Fine.


Generic Models can have a symmetric top or control the independent height

for the start and end point.


When changing an asymmetric compartment, easiest way is touse a section and select the compartment.



The parameters Fire_StartHeight/Fire_EndHeight controls the height on each side. The Start point is showed as an arrow in the top start corner when selected


Shown here in the upper left corner when selected.

This to make it easier to recognize which side is which in a section.

Edit the Start Height and the End Height adjusted to the shape of the wall.


All parameters that are supposed to be sent to other stakeholders;they have a prefix “FireReq_” instead of just “Fire_”.This to emphasize that it is a Fire Requirement.


All other parameters that control the object still have the prefix “Fire_”.

The parameter Fire_Base have been updated to Fire_Elevation to control the elevation of the symbols.



All materials and assets have been updated with a prefix “fire_

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