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SPAM Irrigation Canals
By Becca (RebalynnTS)

SPAM Irrigation Canals are a set of irrigation canals designed for the SPAM.

The water texture of these canals is designed to match the PPond set but they will work well in any rural setting.

Core Lots:
Straight
End
End, with culvert
Turn
Turn, Wide (2x2)
Tee
Cross
Pedestrian Bridge
Floodgate
Reservoir
Waterfall (1x3)
Extender (1x2)

Culvert Lots:
Turn - Left
Turn - Left-Right
Turn - Right
Tee - Center
Tee - Center-Left
Tee - Center-Left-Right
Tee - Center-Right
Tee - Left
Tee - Left-Right
Tee - Right
Cross - All
Cross - Corner
Cross - Opposite
Cross - Single
Cross - Tee
End - Both

Utilities:
Waterpump (water)
Water Treatment (purification)
Water Wheel (power)

Developer Notes:
Unless noted otherwise all sections are sized 1x1.

They are very cheap to plop and to maintain. They don't consume power or water, create no garbage and have no impact on anything (demand, park- or landmark effects, mayor's rating) – they are perfectly neutral.

The 'Utilities' are functional and produce or purify water and generate power at reduced capacity and cost. These functional pieces have a very modest monthly cost.

The 'Waterfall' piece can be used to connect canals on terrain with different heights. Proper placement is the key for this lot, please follow the instructions given in the menu.

The Culvert pieces can be used to easily create street or road crossings.

The "Extender" can be used to run the canals under elevated networks

All sections should be plopped on flat terrain only.

The set has custom icons and is grouped together at or near the end of the 'Water' menu.

Dependencies:
None

Recommended:
SPOT (Simpeg Orientation Tool)

Credits:
BATs: Becca (RebaLynnTS)
Lotting and Images: Paeng
Awesome Ideas: Pegasus

Additional Screenies:

ditch35.jpg

ditch-teaser01.jpg

ditch29.jpg

Utilities8.jpg


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sunda

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Obrigado por disponibilizar esse fantástico trabalho!

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BIWDC

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Nice Set ^_^

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Good to see you buddy! Looks great :)

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