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Addendum #1 - Attachment 11
Rev. 24/07/2015
City of Peterborough
Social Services Renovation
178 Charlotte Street, Peterborough, Ontario
PLASTIC LAMINATE-CLAD
TOILET COMPARTMENTS
Section 10 21 13 .16
Page 1 of 4
1
GENERAL
1.1
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
.1
The General Conditions of the Contract, Supplementary Conditions, and the
General Requirements of Division 1, form part of this section, and must be read
in conjunction with the requirements of this section. The work of this section shall
comply with all requirements of Division 1 – General Requirements.
.2
The Contractor shall, together with any and all Subcontractors involved in the
work of this section, examine all surfaces or conditions relating to the Work, in
order to determine the acceptability of such surfaces or conditions for the work of
this section to commence.
.3
Subcontractors shall report in writing, any observed defects or deficiencies in any
surfaces or conditions that would adversely affect the work of this section, to the
Contractor for correction prior to commencing the work of this section.
.4
Commencement of the work of this section shall imply acceptance of all surfaces
and conditions.
1.2
SECTION INCLUDES
.1
Provision of all labour, materials, equipment and incidental services necessary to
provide solid phenolic laminate clad toilet partitions.
1.3
REFERENCE STANDARDS
.1
CAN3-A172, High Pressure, Paper Base, Decorative Laminates.
.2
CAN/CSA-B651; Barrier Free Design.
.3
CSA-O112 Series; CSA Standards for Wood Adhesives.
1.4
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
.1
Toilet partition system shall be floor-mounted, overhead braced type, constructed
of solid phenolic core, with high-pressure decorative laminate facing.
1.5
SUBMITTALS
.1
Shop Drawings
.1
Submit shop drawings indicating fabrication details, plans, elevations,
hardware, and installation details, in accordance with Section 01 30 00.
1.6
.2
Product Data
.1
Submit all product data for partition type specified, including panel
composition, hardware, and laminate colour ranges.
.2
Maintenance Data
.1
Provide maintenance data for maintenance of plastic laminate work for
incorporation into Operations and Maintenance manual.
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
.1
Protect finished laminated plastic surfaces during shipment and installation by
approved means. Do not remove until immediately prior to final inspection.
LETT ARCHITECTS INC.
14-115
Rev. 24/07/2015
City of Peterborough
Social Services Renovation
178 Charlotte Street, Peterborough, Ontario
PLASTIC LAMINATE-CLAD
TOILET COMPARTMENTS
Section 10 21 13 .16
Page 2 of 4
1.7
WARRANTY
.1
Provide a certificate from the manufacturer, warranting that laminated plastic
work will not warp or delaminate under normal use for fifteen 15) years from Date
of Substantial Performance.
2
PRODUCTS
2.1
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS
.1
DuraLine Series 1182G, by Bobrick Washroom Equipment of Canada
.2
Series 400, by Bradley Washroom Equipment
.3
Phenolic (Black Core) Series, by Global Partitions Corp. (ASI/Watrous).
2.2
MATERIALS
.1
Decorative High Pressure Laminate: to CAN3-A172-M79, Type GP, 1.15mm
thick, based on printed patterns range, with matte finish.
.1
Colours: as selected by the Consultant.
2.3
2.4
.2
Panel Cores: Solid Phenolic Plastic Laminate to CAN3-A172, Type SS, 19mm
thick, black.
.3
Stainless Steel: Type 304, minimum 1.0mm, with No. 4 satin finish.
HARDWARE
.1
Material/finish: satin finish stainless steel hardware.
.2
Hinges: Gravity-activated, heavy duty, self-lubricating with nylon bushings.
Adjustable to hold door open at any angle up to 90 degrees.
.3
Latch set: surface mounted slide latch with combination stop and emergency
access keeper.
.4
Wall and connecting brackets: Bolt-through type.
.5
Combination coat hook/door bumper: door mounted, with rubber tip.
.6
Door pulls: barrier-free type suited for out-swinging doors.
.7
Wall bumper: wall mount type, with rubber tip, for out-swinging doors.
.8
Fasteners: stainless steel tamperproof type screws and bolts.
.9
Adhesives: waterproof, to CSA O112.
FABRICATION
.1
Washroom Partitions and Screens
.1
Fabricate doors and partition panels of solid phenolic core, with decorative
laminate finish to sizes indicated.
.2
Fabricate pilasters of solid phenolic core with decorative laminate finish to
sizes indicated.
LETT ARCHITECTS INC.
14-115
Rev. 24/07/2015
City of Peterborough
Social Services Renovation
178 Charlotte Street, Peterborough, Ontario
PLASTIC LAMINATE-CLAD
TOILET COMPARTMENTS
Section 10 21 13 .16
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.2
Laminate decorative plastic to core material, ensuring continuous bond over
entire surface.
.3
Laminate core edges first and then faces of panels. Chamfer edges of laminate
to remove all sharp edges.
3
EXECUTION
3.1
INSTALLATION
.1
Ensure supplementary anchorage, if required, is in place.
.2
3.2
3.3
Perform barrier free installation in accordance with CAN/CSA-B651.
PARTITION ERECTION
.1
Install partitions secure, plumb and square.
.2
Leave maximum 13mm space between wall and panel or end pilaster.
.3
Anchor fixing brackets to masonry/concrete surfaces using screws and shields; to
hollow walls using bolts and toggle type anchors; to steel supports with bolts in
threaded holes.
.4
Attach panel and pilaster to brackets with through type sleeve bolt and nut.
.5
Provide for adjustment of ceiling variations with screw jack through steel saddles
made integral with pilaster. Conceal floor fixings with stainless steel shoes.
.6
Provide templates for locating threaded studs through finished ceilings.
.7
Equip each door with hinges, latch set, and coat hook mounted on door. Adjust
and align hardware for proper function.
.8
Set inswing door open position at 30 degrees to front. Set barrier free door
position closed.
.9
Install wall mounted door bumper behind each barrier free door.
.10
Equip barrier free doors with D-type door pulls on inside and outside of door.
FLOOR SUPPORTED AND OVERHEAD BRACED PARTITIONS
.1
Attach pilasters to floor with pilaster supports and level, plumb and tighten
installation with levelling device.
.2
Secure pilaster shoes in position.
.3
Secure headrails to pilaster faces with not less than two fasteners per face.
.4
Set tops of doors parallel with overhead brace when doors are in closed position.
LETT ARCHITECTS INC.
14-115
Rev. 24/07/2015
City of Peterborough
Social Services Renovation
178 Charlotte Street, Peterborough, Ontario
3.4
PLASTIC LAMINATE-CLAD
TOILET COMPARTMENTS
Section 10 21 13 .16
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SCREENS
.1
Provide wall mounted urinal screens and modesty panels consisting of panel and
anchor brackets as specified for toilet compartments. Width of panels shall be
457mm.
.2
Provide stainless steel protective shields on toilet partition panel and on urinal
screen adjacent to urinals. Make protective shields 1015mm high with top of
shield 1220mm above finished floor. Make shields 410mm wide. Fasten with
stainless steel screws.
.3
Anchor screen panels to walls with continuous panel brackets.
END OF SECTION
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