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REILLY JOHNSON ARCHITECTURE
COPYRIGHT C 2008
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REILLY JOHNSON ARCHITECTURE
COPYRIGHT C 2008
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M4.10
LUMINAIRE
SCHEDULE
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
LAMPS
VOLT AMPS
MANUFACTURER
CATALOG NO.
VOLTAGE
FINISH
MOUNTING
RECESS
(1) 42W TRT
LITHONIA (GOTHAM)
AF1/42TRT-6AR-LD-120
6" DIA RECESSED FLUORESCENT DOWNLIGHT, SEMI
DIFFUSE ALZAK REFLECTOR, WHITE TRIM AND ELECTRONIC 3500K
DF6
42
PORTFOLIO
120/277
STANDARD
RECESS
7-3/4"
BALLAST.
85 CRI
HUBBELL
GENERAL NOTES:
1. CATALOG NUMBER REFERS TO FIRST NAME LISTED UNDER MANUFACTURER
5. ALL DIMMING BALLASTS SHALL BE LUTRON.
PER LUMINAIRE TYPE. REMAINING MANUFACTURERS LISTED ARE CONSIDERED
EQUIVALENT PRODUCTS FOR THIS PROJECT AND SHALL MEET ALL CRITERIA
6. ALL FLUORESCENT BALLAST SHALL BE PROGRAMMED RAPID START.
LISTED INCLUDING THAT CALLED FOR BY THE SPECIFIC LUMINAIRE CATALOG
7. WHERE EMI/RFI SHIELDING IS IDENTIFIED IN A LUMINAIRE DESCRIPTION OR MODEL NUMBER, PROVIDE
NUMBER. CATALOG NUMBERS DO NOT NECESSARILY REPRESENT COMPLETE
CATALOG NUMBERS. ALL ITEMS LISTED IN THE DESCRIPTION SHALL BE PROVIDED.
LUMINAIRE ASSEMBLY LISTED AND LABELED AS COMPLYING WITH MIL STD. 461 C/D/E.
2. ALL LIGHTING REQUIRING A BALLAST SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH AN ELECTRONIC
HIGH POWER FACTOR BALLAST WITH LESS THAN 10% THD.
8. PROVIDE FACTORY INSTALLED BALLAST DISCONNECT SWITCH FOR FLUORESCENT LUMINAIRES
PER NEC 410.
3. ALL LENSES LISTED AS .125" MINIMUM SHALL BE 9.1 oz/sq ft.
9. PROVIDE MINIMUM 0.88 BALLAST FACTOR ( 0.71-0.78 FOR SUPER T-8 LAMPS).
4. PROVIDE QUANTITY OF BALLASTS FOR INDIVIDUAL LUMINAIRES AS REQUIRED TO
ACCOMMODATE SWITCHING ARRANGEMENTS AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS.
* PROVIDE UNIT PRICING FOR ALL LUMINAIRES BY TYPE AND SUBMIT WITH BID FORM FOR ALL LUMINAIRES
IN THIS SECTION.
EXISTING
100 A
100 A
TYPE :
MTG. :
NOTE
M.L.O.
BUS
SQUARE D
SURFACE
RECEPT
NEC CALCULATED
PHASE AMPACITY
PHASE BALANCE
OTHER
GENERAL
TOTAL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
VICTIM WIT. SW. SIDE
ATTOR. WEST, SW SIDE
LIGHTING
RECEPTACLES
MOTORS
OTHER
GENERAL
TOTAL (VA)
MOTORS
PH A
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
PH B
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.0
A-B
0%
B-C
0%
PH C LOAD TYPE
0.0
0.0
0.0
LIGHTING
0.0
RECEPTACLES
0.0
FIRST 10 KVA
0.0
REMAINDER
MOTORS
LARGEST
0.0
REMAINDER
OTHER
GENERAL
C-A
0%
TOTAL
"B"
Panel Notes:
1. NEW LOAD ON EXISTING CIRCUIT BREAKER.
2. PROVIDE NEW CIRCUIT BREAKER IN SPACE TO MATCH EXISTING.
3. REPLACE EXISTING CIRCUIT BREAKER WITH NEW CIRCUIT BREAKER AS SHOWN.
4. EXISTING LOAD ON NEW CIRCUIT BREAKER. EXISTING LOAD IS ESTIMATED.
5. EXISTING LOAD REMOVED.
6. NEW LOAD.
BREAKER
CCT
AMP /
P
TOTAL
GENERAL OTHER MOTORS RECEPT
LTG
20 / 1
0
2
20 / 1
0
4
6
20 / 1
0
8
20 / 1
0
10
20 / 1
0
20 / 1
0
12
20 / 1
0
14
16
20 / 1
0
18
20 / 1
0
20
20 / 1
0
22
20 / 1
0
20 / 1
0
24
26
/
0
28
0
/
30
0
/
V
10,000 AMPERE SHORT CIRCUIT RATING (FULLY RATED)
DESCRIPTION
LTG
ASSIT DA SW. SIDE
ADMIN TECH SW. SIDE
ATTOR. EAST, SW. SIDE
CONF. RM SW SIDE
COMM SERV. NE SIDE
COMM SERV. NE SIDE
OFFICER NE SIDE
OFFICER NE SIDE
OFFICER NE SIDE
CONF. RM NE SIDE
SPACE
SPACE
SPACE
PHASE LOADING SUMMARY
LOAD TYPE (VA)
120 / 208
3 PH
4 W
VOLTAGE
PHASE
WIRE
PANEL
BREAKER
AMP /
P
CCT
PH
20 / 1
1
A
20 / 1
3
B
5
20 / 1
C
20 / 1
7
A
20 / 1
9
B
20 / 1
11
C
20 / 1
13
A
20 / 1
15
B
20 / 1
17
C
20 / 1
19
A
20 / 1
21
B
20 / 1
23
C
/
25
A
/
27
B
29
/
C
PANEL LOADING SUMMARY
NEC CALCULATED
CONNECTED
DEMAND LOAD
LOAD KVA
POWER
FACTOR
DEMAND
LOAD KW
0.0
KVA
x 125% =
0.0 KVA
x 95% =
0.0 KW
0.0
0.0
KVA
KVA
x 100% =
x 50% =
0.0 KVA
0.0 KVA
x 100% =
x 100% =
0.0 KW
0.0 KW
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
KVA
KVA
KVA
KVA
x 125% =
x 100% =
x 125% =
x 100% =
0.0 KVA
0.0 KVA
0.0 KVA
0.0 KVA
x 90% =
x 90% =
x 100% =
x 100% =
0.0 KW
0.0 KW
0.0 KW
0.0 KW
0.0 KVA
GENERAL NOTES:
' PROVIDE NEW UPDATED PANEL DIRECTORIES FOR PANELS THAT ARE INCLUDED IN THIS PROJECT.
' PROVIDE TYPED DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW CIRCUITS BEING INSTALLED. INDICATE NEW SPARES IN PENCIL.
0.0 KVA
DESCRIPTION
NOTE
ADMIN TECH SE SIDE
RECEPTION SE SIDE
ADMIN TECH SE SIDE
SUPERVISOR SE SIDE
VOLUNTEER SE SIDE
RECEPTION NW SIDE
RECEPTION NW SIDE
ADMIN TECH NW SIDE
ADMIN TECH NW SIDE
JD OFFICER NW SIDE
ADMIN TECH NW SIDE
INVESTIGATOR NW SIDE
SPACE
SPACE
SPACE
PANEL
CONNECTED PF=
0%
CONNECTED
AMPACITY =
0.0
NEC DEMAND
AMPACITY =
0.0
REILLY JOHNSON ARCHITECTURE
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SECTION 16010
GENERAL PROVISIONS
1.1
GENERAL:
A.
DESCRIPTION: PROVIDE ALL LABOR, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, DELIVERY,
STORAGE, INSURANCE, PERMITS AND TAXES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED,
NECESSARY FOR THE INSTALLATION OF COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AS REQUIRED
BY THE SPECIFICATIONS AND AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS, SUBJECT TO THE TERMS
AND CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT.
1.2
DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS:
A.
DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE PART OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS FOR THIS
PROJECT.
B.
THE DRAWINGS INDICATE THE GENERAL ARRANGEMENT OF CIRCUITS AND OUTLETS,
LOCATIONS OF SWITCHES, PANELBOARDS AND OTHER WORK. INFORMATION SHOWN ON
THE DRAWINGS IS DIAGRAMMATIC, HOWEVER DO NOT REVISE THE CIRCUITING SHOWN
WITHOUT SPECIFIC APPROVAL OF THE ENGINEER. DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE
COMPLEMENTARY TO EACH OTHER; WORK REQUIRED BY EITHER SHALL BE AS BINDING
AS IF REQUIRED FOR BY BOTH. THE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE AS ACCURATE
AS PLANNING CAN DETERMINE. CONTRACTOR’S FIELD VERIFICATION OF ALL
DIMENSIONS, LOCATIONS, LEVELS, ETC., TO SUIT FILED CONDITIONS IS REQUIRED.
REVIEW ALL ARCHITECTURAL, STRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL DRAWINGS AND
SPECIFICATIONS; ADJUST WORK TO CONFORM TO ALL CONDITIONS SHOWN THEREIN.
THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS SHALL TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER
ALL OTHER DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS. DO NOT SCALE DISTANCES OFF THE
ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS. USE ACTUAL BUILDING DIMENSIONS.
C.
PRIOR TO SUBMITTING A COST PROPOSAL, VISIT THE JOB SITE AND ASCERTAIN ALL FIELD
CONDITIONS AFFECTING THE PROPOSED INSTALLATION. INCLUDE IN THE PROPOSAL
COST AND SCHEDULE IMPACTS ARISING FROM FIELD CONDITIONS. NO ADDITIONAL
COMPENSATION WILL BE PROVIDED AS A RESULT OF FIELD CONDITIONS.
D.
DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN DIFFERENT PLANS, BETWEEN PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS,
BETWEEN SPECIFICATIONS, OR REGULATIONS AND CODES GOVERNING THIS
INSTALLATION SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER IN
WRITING A MINIMUM OF TWO (2) DAYS PRIOR TO BID SUBMITTAL DUE DATE. IN THE EVENT
SUCH DISCREPANCIES EXIST AND THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER IS NOT SO NOTIFIED,
RESOLUTION INCLUDING ASSOCIATED CONSTRUCTION COST SHALL BE THE SOLE
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR.
E.
PROVIDE PRODUCTS AS SPECIFIED. EQUAL PRODUCTS WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR
SUBSTITUTION ONLY IF SUBMITTED TO THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER FOR REVIEW 3 DAYS
PRIOR TO BID SUBMITTAL DUE DATE.
1.3
A.
B.
C.
1.4
A.
B.
1.5
A.
SUBMITTALS:
PRIOR TO ORDERING PURCHASING, STORING OR INSTALLING MATERIALS, SUBMIT (3)
COPIES OF SHOP DRAWINGS AND PRODUCT DATA FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: WIRING
DEVICES, OVERCURRENT PROTECTIVE DEVICES, FIRE ALARM SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND
LUMINAIRES. SUBMIT ONLY FOR PRODUCTS WHERE REQUIRED BY THESE SPECIFICATION
SECTIONS. CLEARLY INDICATE THE EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL PROPOSED FOR
APPLICATION AND BE THE PROPOSED FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION METHODS.
CONTINUE TO SUBMIT THREE (3) SETS, AFTER EACH ARCHITECT/ENGINEER’S ACTION,
UNIT A “NO EXCEPTION TAKEN” OR “MAKE CORRECTION NOTE” ACTION IS RECEIVED WITH
THE EXCEPTION OF FIRE ALARM SUBMITTALS WHICH MUST BE SUBMITTED UNTIL A “NO
EXCEPTION TAKEN” ACTION IS RECEIVED. SUBMITTALS NOT REQUIRED WILL BE
RETURNED WITHOUT ACTION.
SUBMITTAL SHALL BE REVIEWED BY THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER FOR GENERAL
CONFORMANCE WITH CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS. SUBMITTALS PROCESSED BY THE
ARCHITECT/ENGINEER SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED CHANGE ORDERS. THE
CONTRACTOR SHALL REVIEW AND STAMP, EACH SUBMITTAL FOR CONFORMANCE WITH
THE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS PRIOR TO SUBMITTAL TO THE
ARCHITECT/ENGINEER. DATA SUBMITTED FROM SUB-CONTRACTORS AND MATERIAL
SUPPLIERS DIRECTLY TO THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.
THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DIMENSIONS, FABRICATION PROCESSES,
TECHNIQUES OF CONSTRUCTION AND COORDINATION OF HIS WORK WITH THAT OF ALL
OTHER TRADES. VERIFY ALL MEASUREMENTS AND REVIEW SHOP DRAWINGS BEFORE
SUBMITTING THEM. IF ANY DEVIATIONS FROM THE SPECIFIED REQUIREMENTS FOR ANY
ITEM OF MATERIAL OR EQUIPMENT EXIST, SUCH DEVIATION SHALL BE EXPRESSLY
STATED IN WRITING AND INCORPORATED AS PART OF THE SUBMITTAL.
RECORD DRAWINGS:
APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRICAL POWER CONNECTIONS SPECIFIED IN THIS SECTION
INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
1.
TO LIGHTING EQUIPMENT.
2.
TO MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT NOTED.
3.
OTHER CONNECTIONS AS SHOWN.
MAINTAIN AN UP TO DATE CONTRACT SET OF ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS AND
SPECIFICATIONS AT THE SITE, INCLUDING ALL ADDENDUMS, CHANGE ORDERS, FIELD
CHANGES, FEEDER CONDUIT ROUTING AND CHANGES BASED ON SHOP DRAWING
REVIEW. NEATLY MARK ALL CHANGES AND DEVIATIONS FROM THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS
AND SPECIFICATIONS. USE RED FOR ADDITIONAL ITEMS AND GREEN FOR REMOVED
ITEMS. THIS SHALL BE A SEPARATE SET OF DRAWINGS, NOT USED FOR CONSTRUCTION
PURPOSES AND SHALL BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW BY THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER
AT ALL TIMES. UPON COMPLETION OF THE CONTRACT, THIS SET OF RECORD DRAWINGS
SHALL BE DELIVERED TO THE [OWNER] OR [ARCHITECT/ENGINEER].
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS:
1.10
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
A.
B.
C.
ALL ELECTRICAL MATERIALS SHALL BE ACCEPTABLE FOR INSTALLATION ONLY IF LABELED
OR LISTED BY A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED TESTING LABORATORY AND ACCEPTED BY
LOCAL AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION.
F.
HORIZONTALLY ALIGN ADJACENT WALL MOUNTED OUTLET BOXES AND MUD RING FOR
SWITCHES, THERMOSTATS AND SIMILAR DEVICES.
L.
DO NOT USE POWDER ACTUATED ANCHORS.
O.
INSTALL RACEWAY SEALING FITTING WHERE CONDUITS ENTER OR LEAVE A HAZARDOUS
LOCATION, WHERE CONDUITS PASS FROM A WARM TO COLD LOCATION AND WHERE
CONDUITS ENTER THROUGH A FOUNDATION OR THROUGH SLAB ON GRADE.
M.
G.
USE FLUSH MOUNTING OUTLET BOX IN FINISHED AREAS.
USE #9 CEILING WIRE TO SUPPORT INDIVIDUAL CONDUITS UP TO ¾” WITH SPRING STEEL
FASTENERS.
H.
DO NOT INSTALL FLUSH MOUNTED BOXES BACK-TO-BACK IN WALLS; PROVIDE MINIMUM 6
INCHES SEPARATION. PROVIDE MINIMUM 24 INCHES SEPARATION IN ACOUSTIC OR FIRE
RATED WALLS.
N.
CONDUITS SHALL NOT BE SUPPORTED FROM THE SUPPORT WIRES OF SUSPENDED
CEILING SYSTEMS.
O.
ELECTRICAL DEVICES OR EQUIPMENT SHALL NOT BE HUNG FROM THE ROOF DECK.
P.
INSTALL SURFACE-MOUNTED CABINETS AND PANELBOARDS WITH MINIMUM OF FOUR
ANCHORS. PROVIDE STEEL CHANNEL SUPPORTS TO STAND CABINET ONE INCH OFF
WALL.
Q.
CUT OFF UNUSED LENGTHS THREADED ROD SUPPORTS.
R.
BRIDGE STUDS TOP AND BOTTOM WITH CHANNELS TO SUPPORT FLUSH-MOUNTED
CABINETS AND PANELBOARDS IN STUD WALLS.
S.
PROVIDE CONCRETE EQUIPMENT BASES FOR ALL FLOOR MOUNTED ELECTRICAL
EQUIPMENT. DIMENSIONS SHALL BE 4 INCHES HEIGHT WITH WIDTH AND LENGTH
PROJECTION OF BASE BEYOND OUTLINE DIMENSION EQUIPMENT.
DEMO DRAWINGS ARE BASED ON LIMITED FIELD OBSERVATION AND/OR EXISTING
RECORD DOCUMENTS. REPORT DISCREPANCIES TO ARCHITECT/ENGINEER BEFORE
DISTURBING EXISTING INSTALLATION.
VISIT THE SITE PRIOR TO BIDDING TO UNDERSTAND EXISTING CONDITIONS AND INCLUDE
IN THE BID DEMO AND RELOCATION OF EXISTING CONDUITS, WIRES DEVICES, FIXTURES
OR OTHER EQUIPMENT AS INDICATED ON THE PLANS OR AS REQUIRED TO COORDINATE
AND ADAPT NEW AND EXISTING ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TO THE WORK OF ALL OTHER
TRADES REQUIRED ON THIS PROJECT.
MAINTAIN EXISTING ELECTRICAL SERVICE TO EQUIPMENT, FIRE ALARM SYSTEM AND
TELEPHONE SYSTEMS SERVING OCCUPIED AREAS IN SERVICE UNTIL NEW SYSTEMS ARE
FULLY OPERATIONAL OR AS OTHERWISE INDICATED. PROVIDE TEMPORARY WIRING AND
CONNECTIONS TO MAINTAIN EXISTING SYSTEMS IN SERVICE DURING CONSTRUCTION.
DISABLE SYSTEMS ONLY TO MAKE SWITCHOVERS AND CONNECTIONS. SCHEDULE ANY
OUTAGES WITH THE OWNER AT LEAST 72 HOURS BEFORE PARTIALLY OR COMPLETELY
DISABLING SYSTEM. MINIMIZE OUTAGE DURATION. MAKE TEMPORARY CONNECTIONS TO
MAINTAIN SERVICE IN AREAS ADJACENT TO WORK AREA. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT
LEAVE THE SITE WITHOUT RESTORING THE OPERATION OF ALL SYSTEMS. PROVIDE ALL
SHUT DOWN WORK DURING OWNER’S OFF HOURS.
REMOVE EXPOSED ABANDONED CONDUIT, INCLUDING ABANDONED CONDUIT ABOVE
ACCESSIBLE CEILINGS. CUT CONDUIT FLUSH WITH WALLS AND FLOORS. REMOVE
ABANDONED WIRING TO SOURCE OF SUPPLY.
DISCONNECT ABANDONED OUTLETS AND REMOVE DEVICES. REMOVE ABANDONED
OUTLET BOXES IF CONDUIT SERVING THEM IS ABANDONED AND REMOVED. UNLESS
NOTED OTHERWISE, PROVIDE BLANK COVER FOR ABANDONED OUTLET BOXES THAT ARE
NOT REMOVED.
DISCONNECT AND REMOVE ELECTRICAL DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT SERVING UTILIZATION
EQUIPMENT THAT HAS BEEN REMOVED, ABANDONED LUMINAIRES, BRACKETS, STEMS,
HANGERS, ETC.
A.
J.
A.
K.
EXISTING CONDUITS, WIRE, DEVICES, FIXTURES, ETC WHICH SHALL BE REMOVED SHALL
BECOME THE PROPERTY OF THE CONTRACTOR UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
L.
IF HAZARD MATERIALS ARE ENCOUNTERED THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPORT FINDINGS
TO THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER.
1.11
A.
B.
C.
1.12
A.
B.
C.
1.9
A.
B.
C.
D.
ALL ERRORS IN INSTALLATION SHALL BE CORRECTED AT THE EXPENSE OF THE
CONTRACTOR. WHERE DETAILS OR SPECIFIC INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ARE NOT
PROVIDED, FOLLOW MANUFACTURER’S RECOMMENDATIONS.
1.13
DELIVER THREE COMPLETE OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS PARTS LISTS AND
WARRANTY INFORMATION TO THE OWNER AT THE TIME OF THE ABOVE REQUIRED
TRAINING. FULLY EXPLAIN THE CONTENTS OF THE MANUALS AS PART OF TRAINING AND
INSTRUCT THE OWNERS PERSONNEL IN THE CORRECT PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING
SERVICE, BOTH DURING AND AFTER THE WARRANTY PERIOD. INCLUDE ADDRESSES AND
PHONE NUMBERS FOR THE OWNER TO CONTACT FOR WARRANTY, SERVICE AND PARTS.
FINAL ACCEPTANCE BY THE OWNER WILL NOT OCCUR UNTIL ALL OPERATING AND
MAINTENANCE MANUALS ARE RECEIVED AND OWNER’S PERSONNEL HAVE BEEN
THOROUGHLY INDOCTRINATED IN THE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF ALL
EQUIPMENT.
THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM INSTALLED UNDER THIS CONTRACT SHALL BE LEFT IN PROPER
WORKING ORDER. REPLACE, AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER, ANY WORK,
MATERIALS, OR EQUIPMENT WHICH EXHIBIT DEFECTS IN DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION OR
WORKMANSHIP WITHIN ONE YEAR, OR AS SPECIFICALLY NOTED ELSEWHERE IN THESE
SPECIFICATIONS, FROM DATE OF FINAL OWNER ACCEPTANCE.
ALL OPENINGS MADE IN FIRE-RATED WALLS, FLOORS OR CEILINGS SHALL BE PATCHED
AND MADE TIGHT IN A MANNER TO CONFORM TO THE FIRE RATING FOR THE UL RATED
ASSEMBLY.
ALL PENETRATIONS REQUIRED THROUGH EXISTING MASONRY OR CONCRETE
CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE CORE DRILLED AT MINIMUM SIZE REQUIRED. PRECAUTIONS
SHALL BE TAKEN WHEN DRILLING TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO STRUCTURAL CONCRETE.
THE CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN PERMISSION FROM THE OWNER/ARCHITECT/ ENGINEER
BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CUTTING OR DRILLING. FOR ALL CORE DRILLING, PROVIDE
AN X-RAY OF THE AREA PRIOR TO DRILLING. COORDINATE WITH ALL TENANTS AFFECTED
BY X-RAYING AS WELL AS CORE DRILLING.
PROVIDE SLEEVE SEALS FOR PENETRATIONS LOCATED IN FOUNDATION WALLS BELOW
GRADE, OR IN EXTERIOR WALLS. SEALS SHALL BE MODULAR MECHANICAL TYPE AS
MANUFACTURED BY LINK SEAL CORP. CONSISTING OF INTERLOCKING SYNTHETIC
RUBBER LINKS SHAPED TO CONTINUOUSLY FILL ANNULAR SPACE BETWEEN RACEWAY
AND SLEEVE, CONNECTED WITH BOLTS AND PRESSURE PLATES WHICH CAUSE RUBBER
SEALING ELEMENTS TO EXPAND WHEN TIGHTENED, PROVIDING WATERTIGHT SEAL.
D.
1.3
A.
PROVIDE WIRE AND CABLE SUITABLE FOR THE TEMPERATURE, CONDITIONS, AND
LOCATION WHERE INSTALLED.
1.
COMPLETELY AND THOROUGHLY SWAB RACEWAY BEFORE INSTALLING WIRE.
2.
METAL CLAD CABLE MAY BE USED ONLY FOR:
CONNECTION OF LUMINAIRES IN ACCESSIBLE CEILINGS (MAX. 6 FOOT
LENGTHS).
B.
C.
1.2
A.
1.
B.
C.
A.
CONDUIT REQUIREMENTS
B.
C.
MINIMUM SIZE: ½ INCH EXCEPT BRANCH CIRCUIT HOME RUNS TO PANELBOARD
SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN ¾ INCH.
F.
USE 10 AWG CONDUCTORS FOR 20 AMPERE, 277 VOLT BRANCH CIRCUITS LONGER THAN
100 FEET TO THE FIRST FIXTURE OR DEVICE.
G.
PULL ALL CONDUCTORS INTO RACEWAY AT SAME TIME. DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM
TENSILE STRENGTH OF THE CABLE BEING PULLED AS ALLOWED BY NEC AND/OR THE
CABLE MANUFACTURER. PULLING COMPOUND SHALL BE NON-CONDUCTIVE AND SHALL
DRY TO A FINE LUBRICATING POWDER.
WHERE A BRANCH CIRCUIT EXTENDS THROUGH A RECEPTACLE OUTLET, ALL
CONNECTING CONDUCTORS SHALL BE PIGTAILED SO AS TO PREVENT DOWNSTREAM
LOADS FOR BEING CONDUCTED THROUGH RECEPTACLE.
I.
USE SUITABLE WIRE PULLING LUBRICANT FOR BUILDING WIRE 4AWG AND LARGER.
J.
SUPPORT CABLES ABOVE ACCESSIBLE CEILING, USING SPRING METAL CLIPS OR METAL
CABLE TIES TO SUPPORT CABLES FROM STRUCTURE. CEILING SUSPENSION SYSTEM OR
SUSPENDED GRID SYSTEMS SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR CABLE
WIRING SYSTEMS. DO NOT ALLOW CABLE TO REST ON CEILING PANELS.
DRY LOCATIONS:
1.
CONCEALED: ELECTRICAL METALLIC TUBING.
2.
EXPOSED: RIGID STEEL CONDUIT, OR INTERMEDIATE METAL CONDUIT UP TO 8’-0”
ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR AND ELECTRICAL METALLIC TUBING ABOVE 8’-0”.
MOTOR AND EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS: FLEXIBLE METAL CONDUIT OR PVC JACKETED
LIQUID-TIGHT FLEXIBLE METALLIC CONDUIT WITH LIQUID TIGHT CONNECTORS FOR DAMP,
WET OR EXTERIOR LOCATIONS.
USE INSULATED SPRING WIRE CONNECTORS WITH PLASTIC CAPS FOR COPPER
CONDUCTOR SPLICES AND TAPS, 10 AWG AND SMALLER
WIRE AND CABLE COLOR CODING:
WIRE NO. 6 AWG AND SMALLER SHALL BE FACTORY COLOR-CODED. WIRE NO. 4 AWG AND
LARGER MAY BE COLOR-CODED BY FIELD PAINTING OR COLOR TAPING OF 6-INCH
LENGTH OF EXPOSED ENDS. CONDUCTORS HAVING WHITE, GRAY, WHITE WITH COLORED
STRIPE, GREEN OR GREEN WITH COLORED STRIPE SHALL NOT BE USED TO INDICATE
OTHER THAN NEUTRAL OR GROUNDING.
D.
CONCEAL ALL CONDUIT UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE, WITHIN FINISHED WALLS AND
CEILINGS.
E.
PUSH-ON, DIE, OR PRESSURE CAST ZINC ALLOY, WHITE METAL OR POT METAL FITTINGS
SHALL NOT BE USED.
F.
EMT CONNECTIONS IN DRY LOCATIONS SHALL BE STEEL SETSCREW.
G.
CONDUIT SHALL NOT BE MOUNTED ON DUCTWORK OR OTHER MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
EXCEPT WHERE NECESSARY TO MAKE CONNECTIONS TO ELECTRICAL DEVICES THAT
ARE PART OF OR MOUNTED ON SUCH EQUIPMENT. WHERE CONDUIT MUST BE INSTALLED
ON EQUIPMENT, DO NOT COVER ACCESS DOORS, CONTROLS, REMOVABLE PANELS, OR
OTHERWISE HINDER NORMAL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF THE EQUIPMENT. WHERE IT
IS NECESSARY TO MAKE CONDUIT CONNECTIONS TO EQUIPMENT MOUNTED ON
VIBRATION MOUNTS, FLEXIBLE CONNECTION SHALL BE USED.
SECTION 16135
CABINETS, OUTLET/DEVICE BOXES AND FITTINGS
1.2
A.
A.
H.
DO NOT SUPPORT CONDUIT WITH WIRE OR PERFORATED PIPE STRAPS.
I.
DO NOT ATTACH CONDUIT TO CEILING SUPPORT WIRES. SUSPENDED CONDUIT
INDEPENDENT OF CEILING GRID SUPPORTING WIRING SYSTEMS.
J.
ROUTE CONDUIT PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR TO BUILDING WALLS.
K.
INSTALL NO MORE THAN EQUIVALENT OF THREE 90-DEGREE BENDS BETWEEN BOXES.
USE CONDUIT BODIES TO MAKE SHARP CHANGES IN DIRECTION. USE FACTORY ELBOWS
FOR BENDS IN METAL CONDUIT LARGER THAN 2-INCH SIZE.
L.
AVOID MOISTURE TRAPS; PROVIDE JUNCTION BOX WITH DRAIN FITTING AT LOW POINTS IN
CONDUIT SYSTEM.
GENERAL:
THIS SECTION INCLUDES CABINETS, BOXES, AND FITTINGS FOR ELECTRICAL
INSTALLATIONS AND CERTAIN TYPES OF ELECTRICAL FITTINGS NOT COVERED IN OTHER
SECTIONS. TYPES OF PRODUCTS SPECIFIED IN THIS SECTION INCLUDE:
ELECTRICAL CABINETS, BOXES, AND FITTINGS: OF INDICATED TYPES, SIZES, AND NEMA
ENCLOSURE CLASSES. WHERE NOT INDICATED, PROVIDE UNITS OF TYPES, SIZES, AND
CLASSES APPROPRIATE FOR THE USE AND LOCATION. PROVIDE ALL ITEMS COMPLETE
WITH COVERS AND ACCESSORIES REQUIRED FOR THE INTENDED USE. PROVIDE
GASKETS FOR UNITS IN DAMP OR WET LOCATIONS.
E.
FLUORESCENT LAMP DIMMERS: PROVIDE SINGLE POLE, FULL WAVE
SEMI CONDUCTOR MODULAR TYPE AC DIMMERS FOR FLUORESCENT LAMPS; WATTAGE
AND VOLTAGE AS INDICATED, AND WITH ELECTROMAGNETIC FILTERS TO REDUCE NOISE,
RF AND TV INTERFERENCE TO MINIMUM. CONSTRUCT WITH CONTINUOUSLY ADJUSTABLE
TRIM POTENTIOMETER FOR ADJUSTMENT OF LOW DIMMING; AND WITH ANODIZED HEAT
SINKS. PROVIDE 5 INCH WIRE CONNECTING LEADS. DIMMERS SHALL BE LUTRON NOVA
"T" STAR.
1.3
A.
PROVIDE EXTENSION RINGS TO BRING OUTLET BOXES FLUSH WITH FINISHED SURFACE.
B.
CLEAN DEBRIS FROM OUTLET BOXES.
C.
INSTALL DEVICES PLUMB AND LEVEL.
D.
INSTALL SWITCHES WITH OFF POSITION DOWN.
E.
CONNECT WIRING DEVICE GROUNDING TERMINAL TO BRANCH CIRCUIT EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONNECTOR.
F.
CONNECT WIRING DEVICES BY WRAPPING CONDUCTOR AROUND SCREW TERMINAL.
G.
INSTALL RECEPTACLES WITH EITHER GROUND OR NEUTRAL UP.
H.
PROVIDE GFCI TYPE OUTLETS FOR EACH ABOVE COUNTER DUPLEX RECEPTACLE SHOWN
WITHIN 6 FEET-0 INCHES OF SINKS/LAVATORIES. FOR ABOVE COUNTER MULTI-OUTLET
ASSEMBLIES WHICH DO NOT CONTAIN DUPLEX RECEPTACLES THAT CAN BE REPLACED
WITH GFCI DEVICES, PROVIDE GFI CIRCUIT BREAKERS ON THE BRANCH CIRCUIT(S)
FEEDING THE ASSEMBLY.
I.
EACH BRANCH CIRCUIT SERVING DEDICATED, ISOLATED OR EMERGENCY RECEPTACLES,
MULTI-OUTLET ASSEMBLIES OR EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS SHALL BE FURNISHED WITH A
DEDICATED NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR. NEUTRALS COMMON TO MORE THAN ONE CIRCUIT
SHALL ONLY BE PERMITTED WHERE SPECIFICALLY NOTED.
END OF SECTION
2.
FIXTURE OUTLETS BOXES IN FINISHED CEILINGS SHALL BE FITTED WITH OPEN
COVERS, SET TO COME FLUSH WITH THE FINISHED SURFACE.
3.
SWITCHES, RECEPTACLES AND SPECIAL ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DEVICES SHALL BE
MOUNTED IN 4” SQUARE BOXES OF 25 CUBIC INCH MINIMUM CAPACITY, SUITABLY
FITTED WITH APPROPRIATE MUD RING WHERE NECESSARY TO SET FLUSH WITH THE
FINISHED SURFACE.
B.
INSTALL PULL BOXES AND JUNCTION BOXES ABOVE ACCESSIBLE CEILINGS AND IN
UNFINISHED AREAS ONLY.
C.
INACCESSIBLE CEILING AREAS: PROVIDE ACCESS PANEL AS REQUIRED. INSTALL OUTLET
AND JUNCTION BOXES NO MORE THAN 6 INCHES FROM CEILING ACCESS PANEL OR FROM
REMOVABLE RECESSED LUMINAIRE.
D.
A.
COORDINATE MOUNTING HEIGHTS AND LOCATIONS OF OUTLETS MOUNTED ABOVE
COUNTERS, BENCHES AND BACKSPLASHES WITH ARCHITECTURAL PLANS AND
ELEVATIONS.
DESCRIPTION: PROVIDE COLORED ADHESIVE MARKING TAPE FOR BANDING WIRES AND
CABLES.
B.
IDENTIFY JUNCTION, PULL AND CONNECTION BOXES: IDENTIFICATION OF SYSTEMS AND
CIRCUITS SHALL INDICATE SYSTEM VOLTAGE AND IDENTIFY OF CONTAINED CIRCUITS ON
OUTSIDE OF BOX COVER. COLOR CODE SHALL BE SAME AS CONDUITS FOR PRESSURE
SENSITIVE LABELS. USE SELF ADHESIVE MARKING TAPE LABELS AT EXPOSED
LOCATIONS AND INDELIBLE BLACK MARKER AT CONCEALED BOXES. ALL FIRE ALARM
BOXES SHALL HAVE COVERS PAINTED RED. ALL TEMPERATURE CONTROL BOXES SHALL
HAVE COVERS PAINTED BLUE.
C.
A.
1.2
D.
MATCH IDENTIFICATION MARKINGS WITH DESIGNATIONS USED IN PANELBOARDS SHOP
DRAWINGS, CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND SIMILAR PREVIOUSLY ESTABLISHED
IDENTIFICATION SCHEMES FOR THE FACILITY’S ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS.
E.
DEVICE PLATES: WHERE MORE THAN TWO WALL SWITCHES OR WALL DIMMERS ARE
INSTALLED IN GANGED OUTLET ASSEMBLIES: 1/8 INCH; IDENTIFY TYPE OF LIGHTING
CONTROLLED. USE KROY OR BROTHER TYPE LABELS ON THE EXTERIOR OF EACH WALL
PLATE TO IDENTIFY THE CIRCUIT SERVING THE DEVICE. .
FABRICATE SUPPORTS FROM STRUCTURAL STEEL OR STEEL CHANNEL, RIGIDLY WELDED
OR BOLTED TO PRESENT A NEAT APPEARANCE. USE HEXAGON HEAD BOLTS WITH
SPRING LOCK WASHERS UNDER ALL NUTS.
1.3
A.
B.
C.
D.
1.2
THIS SECTION INCLUDES OVERCURRENT PROTECTIVE DEVICES (OCPD’S) RATED 600 V
AND BELOW AND SWITCHING DEVICES COMMONLY USED WITH THEM IN PANELBOARDS
AND SWITCHBOARDS.
PROVIDE COORDINATION STUDY PERFORMED BY A REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL
ENGINEER IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANSI/IEEE STANDARD 242 1986, "RECOMMENDED
PRACTICE FOR PROTECTION AND COORDINATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL
POWER SYSTEMS," WHERE OCPD MANUFACTURERS OTHER THAN THOSE DESIGNATED
FIRST IN SCHEDULES OR PRODUCT LISTINGS OF OVERCURRENT PROTECTIVE DEVICES
ARE PROPOSED FOR USE. SUBMIT A FULL COORDINATION STUDY SHOWING
GRAPHICALLY THAT THE SUBSTITUTE OCPD’S COORDINATE SELECTIVELY WITH BOTH
UPSTREAM AND DOWNSTREAM COMPONENTS. INCLUDE SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM,
COORDINATED TIME CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS, DEVICE PERFORMANCE CURVES,
AND FAULT CURRENT CALCULATIONS ADEQUATE TO DEMONSTRATE SATISFACTORY
COMPONENT PROTECTION AND SELECTIVE COORDINATION OF PROTECTIVE DEVICES.
STUDY SHALL BE COMMISSIONED AND PAID FOR BY THE CONTRACTOR. SUBMIT STUDY
WITH SWITCHBOARD AND PANELBOARD SUBMITTALS.
EACH TYPE OF OCPD SHALL BE THE PRODUCT OF A SINGLE MANUFACTURER TO MATCH
THE PANELBOARD OR SWITCHBOARD MANUFACTURER. WHERE OCPD'S ARE TO BE
INSTALLED IN EXISTING PANELBOARDS, SWITCHBOARDS THEY SHALL BE OF THE SAME
MANUFACTURE AND TYPE AS THOSE EXISTING IN THE EQUIPMENT. IF THIS IS NOT
POSSIBLE, PROVIDE DEVICES WHICH ARE COMPATIBLE WITH THE EXISTING EQUIPMENT
AND WHEN INSTALLED WILL NOT VOID THE U.L. LABEL OR REDUCE THE SHORT CIRCUIT
RATING OF THE EQUIPMENT.
PROVIDE OCPDS IN INDICATED TYPES, AS INTEGRAL COMPONENTS OF PANELBOARDS,
SWITCHBOARDS, AND OTHER RELATED EQUIPMENT; AND ALSO AS INDIVIDUALLY
ENCLOSED AND MOUNTED SINGLE UNITS.
MATERIALS: SUBJECT TO COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS, PROVIDE PRODUCTS BY
THE FOLLOWING MANUFACTURER:
1.
PROVIDE 100 PERCENT RATED EQUIPMENT AND FEEDER BREAKERS UNLESS
OTHERWISE NOTED. PROVIDE STANDARD 80 PERCENT RATED BRANCH CIRCUIT
BREAKERS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
2.
ALL OVERCURRENT DEVICES SHALL BE INDIVIDUALLY RATED FOR THE AVAILABLE
FAULT CURRENT UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SERIES RATINGS OF EQUIPMENT
WILL ONLY BE ALLOWED WHERE SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED.
3.
MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS:
INSTALLATION:
A.
INSTALL SUPPORTING DEVICES TO FASTEN ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS SECURELY AND
PERMANENTLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEC REQUIREMENTS.
B.
STRENGTH OF EACH SUPPORT SHALL BE ADEQUATE TO CARRY PRESENT AND FUTURE
PROPOSED LOAD MULTIPLIED BY A SAFETY FACTOR OF LEAST FOUR. WHERE THIS
DETERMINATION RESULTS IN A SAFETY ALLOWANCE OF LESS THAN 200LBS, PROVIDE
ADDITIONAL STRENGTH UNTIL THERE IS A MINIMUM OF 200 LBS SAFETY ALLOWANCE IN
THE STRENGTH OF EACH SUPPORT.
C.
INSTALL INDIVIDUAL AND MULTIPLE (TRAPEZE) RACEWAY HANGERS AND RISER CLAMPS
AS NECESSARY TO SUPPORT RACEWAYS. PROVIDE U-BOLTS, CLAMPS, ATTACHMENTS
AND OTHER HARDWARE NECESSARY FOR HANGER ASSEMBLY AND FOR SECURING
HANGER RODS AND CONDUITS.
D.
SUPPORT PARALLEL RUNS OF HORIZONTAL RACEWAYS TOGETHER ON TRAPEZE-TYPE
HANGERS. USE 3/8” DIAMETER OR LARGER THREADED STEEL RODS FOR SUPPORT.
E.
SUPPORT INDIVIDUAL HORIZONTAL RACEWAYS BY SEPARATE PIPE HANGERS. SPRING
STEEL FASTENERS MAY BE USED IN LIEU OF HANGERS ONLY FOR 1-1/2 INCH AND
SMALLER RACEWAYS SERVING LIGHTING AND RECEPTACLE BRANCH CIRCUITS ABOVE
SUSPENDED CEILINGS ONLY. FOR HANGER RODS WITH SPRING STEEL FASTENERS, USE
¼” DIAMETER OR LARGER THREADED STEEL. USE SPRING STEEL FASTENERS THAT ARE
SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR SUPPORTING SINGLE CONDUITS OR TUBING. FOR HANGER
RODS SUPPORTING 1-1/2 INCH OR LARGER CONDUITS PROVIDE 3/8 INCH MINIMUM
THREADED STEEL RODS WITH PIPE HANGERS.
F.
SPACE SUPPORTS FOR RACEWAYS IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEC. WHEN THERE ARE 4 OR
MORE 2” CONDUITS IN A TRAPEZE, SUPPORTS SHALL BE SPACED 5 FEET O.C.
G.
IN ALL RUNS, ARRANGE SUPPORT SO THE LOAD PRODUCED BY THE WEIGHT OF THE
RACEWAY AND THE ENCLOSED CONDUCTORS IS CARRIED ENTIRELY BY THE CONDUIT
SUPPORTS WITH NO WEIGHT LOAD ON RACEWAY TERMINALS.
H.
I.
J.
IN OPEN OVERHEAD SPACES, SUPPORT METAL BOXES DIRECTLY FROM THE BUILDING
STRUCTURE VIA ¼” MINIMUM ALL-THREAD OR BY BAR HANGERS. WHERE BAR HANGERS
ARE USED, ATTACHÉ THE BAR TO RACEWAYS ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE BOX AND
SUPPORT THE RACEWAY WITH AN APPROVED TYPE OF FASTENER NOT MORE THAN 24
INCHES FROM THE BOX. SUPPORTING METAL BOXES UTILIZING CEILING WIRE IS NOT
ACCEPTABLE.
FASTEN HANGER RODS, CONDUIT CLAMPS AND OUTLET AND JUNCTION BOXES TO
BUILDING STRUCTURE USING PRECAST INSERT SYSTEM, EXPANSION ANCHORS, BEAM
CLAMPS, OR SPRING STEEL CLIPS.
USE TOGGLE BOLTS OR HOLLOW WALL FASTENERS IN HOLLOW MASONRY, PLASTER OR
GYPSUM BOARD PARTITIONS AND WALLS; SELF-DRILLING ANCHORS OR EXPANSION
ANCHORS OR PRESET INSERTS IN SOLID MASONRY WALLS; SELF-DRILLING ANCHORS OR
EXPANSION ANCHOR ON CONCRETE SURFACES; SHEET METAL SCREWS IN SHEET METAL
STUDS; AND WOOD SCREWS IN WOOD CONSTRUCTION.
A.
LUMINAIRE MANUFACTURERS: SUBJECT TO COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS,
PROVIDE LUMINAIRES AS LISTED IN THE LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE OR ELSEWHERE ON THE
DRAWINGS OR SPECIFICATION.
B.
LAMP MANUFACTURERS:
C.
D.
1.
FLUORESCENT: PROVIDE FLUORESCENT LAMP TYPES AS SPECIFIED IN THE
LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE AND TYPES COMPATIBLE WITH LUMINAIRES. LAMPS SHALL
BE LOW MERCURY TYPE. PROVIDE 3500°K COLOR TEMPERATURE LAMPS UNLESS
OTHERWISE NOTED IN SCHEDULES OR ON DRAWINGS.
2.
INCANDESCENT: PROVIDE INCANDESCENT LAMP TYPES AS SPECIFIED IN THE
LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE AND TYPES COMPATIBLE WITH LUMINAIRES. PROVIDE
FROSTED LAMPS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
3.
HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE: PROVIDE METAL HALIDE OF HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM
LAMP TYPES AS SPECIFIED IN THE LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE AND TYPES COMPATIBLE
WITH LUMINAIRES. LAMPS SHALL HAVE BURNING POSITION COMPATIBLE WITH
LUMINAIRE.
FLUORESCENT BALLAST MANUFACTURERS:
1.
2.
3.
E.
1.3
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
a.
GENERAL: UL 489, "MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS AND CIRCUIT BREAKER
ENCLOSURES," AND NEMA AB 1, "MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS."
b.
CONSTRUCTION: PROVIDE BOLT IN TYPE, EXCEPT BREAKERS 225 AMPERE
FRAME SIZE AND LARGER WHICH MAY BE PLUG IN TYPE IF HELD IN PLACE BY
POSITIVE LOCKING DEVICE REQUIRING MECHANICAL RELEASE FOR REMOVAL.
c.
CHARACTERISTICS: INDICATED FRAME SIZE, TRIP RATING, NUMBER OF POLES,
AND A SHORT-CIRCUIT INTERRUPTING CAPACITY RATING AS INDICATED OR
REQUIRED TO MATCH EXISTING DEVICES OR EQUIPMENT.
d.
TRIPPING DEVICE: QUICK MAKE, QUICK BREAK TOGGLE MECHANISM WITH
INVERSE TIME DELAY AND INSTANTANEOUS OVERCURRENT TRIP PROTECTION
FOR EACH POLE. TRIP UNIT TO BE INTERCHANGEABLE WITHIN FRAME SIZES
FOR BREAKERS 200 AMPERES OR LARGER. BREAKERS 150 AMPERES AND
ABOVE SHALL HAVE ADJUSTABLE TRIP SELECTION FOR TRIP UNITS. ALL
120/208 VOLT RATED BREAKERS SHALL BE RATED AND LABELED "HIGH
MAGNETIC".
INSTALLATION:
INDEPENDENTLY MOUNTED OCPDS: LOCATE AS INDICATED AND INSTALL IN
ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S WRITTEN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. INSTALL
OCPDS LEVEL AND PLUMB.
OCPDS IN NEW DISTRIBUTION AND BRANCH CIRCUIT EQUIPMENT SHALL BE FACTORY
INSTALLED.
ARRANGE FUSES SO THAT FUSE RATINGS ARE READABLE WITHOUT REMOVING FUSE.
ALL FUSES FOR NEW DISCONNECT SWITCHES OR MCC’S FEEDING MOTORS OR MOTOR
STARTERS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH CLASS J FUSES.
IDENTIFY COMPONENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH DIVISION 16 SECTION ON ELECTRICAL
IDENTIFICATION.
INSTALL WIRING BETWEEN OCPDS AND CONTROL/INDICATION DEVICES.
CHECK CONNECTORS, TERMINALS, BUS JOINTS, AND MOUNTINGS FOR TIGHTNESS.
TIGHTEN FIELD CONNECTED CONNECTORS AND TERMINALS, INCLUDING SCREWS AND
BOLTS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER'S PUBLISHED TORQUE
TIGHTENING VALUES. WHERE MANUFACTURER'S TORQUING REQUIREMENTS ARE NOT
INDICATED, TIGHTEN CONNECTORS AND TERMINALS TO COMPLY WITH TIGHTENING
TORQUES SPECIFIED IN UL 486A AND UL 486B.
PROVIDE EQUIPMENT GROUNDING CONNECTIONS FOR INDIVIDUALLY MOUNTED OCPD
UNITS AS REQUIRED BY NEC.
REPORTS: PREPARE WRITTEN REPORTS ON TESTS AND OBSERVATIONS. REPORT
DEFECTIVE MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP AND UNSATISFACTORY TEST RESULTS.
INCLUDE COMPLETE RECORDS OF REPAIRS AND ADJUSTMENTS MADE. TESTS SHALL BE
MADE ON ALL NEW AND EXISTING OCPD'S PROVIDED AND/OR CONNECTED UNDER THIS
PROJECT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS SECTION.
1.
LABELING: UPON SATISFACTORY COMPLETION OF TESTS AND RELATED EFFORT,
APPLY A LABEL TO TESTED COMPONENTS INDICATING TEST RESULTS, DATE, AND
RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION AND PERSON.
UPON COMPLETING INSTALLATION OF THE SYSTEM, PERFORM THE FOLLOWING TESTS:
1.
OVERCURRENT PROTECTIVE DEVICE RATINGS AND SETTINGS: VERIFY INDICATED
RATINGS AND SETTINGS TO BE APPROPRIATE FOR FINAL SYSTEM ARRANGEMENT
AND PARAMETERS.
F.
1.3
INTERIOR FLUORESCENT BALLASTS:
1.
PROVIDE HIGH FREQUENCY PROGRAMMED RAPID START ELECTRONIC BALLASTS
FOR ALL FLUORESCENT LAMPS WITH VOLTAGE AS INDICATED ON THE PLANS AND
LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE. THE BALLAST SHALL DELIVER NORMAL LAMP LIFE AND MUST
BE INTERCHANGEABLE WITH ELECTROMAGNETIC BALLASTS. THE LIGHT OUTPUT
SHALL NOT VARY IN RESPONSE TO AN INPUT VOLTAGE VARIANCE OF LESS THAN
10% RATED VOLTAGE. DRIVE OUTPUT SHALL BE GREATER THAN 42 KHZ WITH LAMP
FLICKER LESS THAN 2%.
2.
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION SHALL BE LESS THAN 10% WITH THE NUMBER OF
LAMPS AS IDENTIFIED PER LUMINAIRE TYPE OR AS INDICATED IN THE LUMINAIRE
SCHEDULE. CREST FACTOR OF LESS THAN 1.5 AND SHALL HAVE TRANSIENT
PROTECTION WHICH MEETS IEEE 587, CATEGORY A (ANSI C62.41) REQUIREMENTS.
POWER FACTOR OF 0.98 OR HIGHER, AND SHALL HAVE A BALLAST EFFICIENCY OF
90% OR HIGHER. UL LISTED CLASS P AND SHALL HAVE A SOUND RATING BETTER
THAN A. THE BALLAST ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE AND RADIO FREQUENCY
INTERFERENCE SHALL COMPLY WITH FCC CFR 4, PART 18 REQUIREMENTS FOR
BOTH CONDUCTED AND RADIATED EMI/RFI. MINIMUM LAMP STARTING
TEMPERATURE OF 0 DEGREES F. PROVIDE BALLAST WITH COLOR CODED INTEGRAL
LEADS PER ANSI C82.11
FLUORESCENT DIMMING BALLASTS: SOLID STATE TYPE FOR SMOOTH DIMMING OVER A
RANGE FROM 100% TO 1%, 5% OR 10% LIGHT OUTPUT AND LISTED FOR USE WITH THE
SPECIFIC FLUORESCENT DIMMERS OR DIMMING SYSTEM. DIMMING BALLASTS SHALL BE
LUTRON HI-LUME FOR 1%, LUTRON HI-LUME COMPACT OR TU-WIRE FOR 5%, AND LUTRON
ECO-10 FOR 10% DIMMING.
A.
INSTALL LIGHTING AT LOCATIONS AND HEIGHTS AS INDICATED, IN ACCORDANCE WITH
MANUFACTURER'S WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS, APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS OF NEC,
NECA'S "STANDARD OF INSTALLATION", NEMA STANDARDS, AND WITH RECOGNIZED
INDUSTRY PRACTICES TO ENSURE THAT LIGHTING FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS.
B.
PROVIDE LUMINAIRES AND/OR OUTLET BOXES WITH HANGERS TO PROPERLY SUPPORT
LUMINAIRE WEIGHT. SUBMIT DESIGN OF HANGERS, METHOD OF FASTENING, OTHER
THAN INDICATED OR SPECIFIED HEREIN, FOR REVIEW BY ARCHITECT.
1.
LUMINAIRES SHALL BE POSITIVELY ATTACHED TO THE SUSPENDED CEILING
SYSTEM. THE ATTACHMENT DEVICE SHALL HAVE A CAPACITY OF 100% OF THE
LUMINAIRE WEIGHT ACTING IN ANY DIRECTION.
2.
LUMINAIRES WEIGHING LESS THAN 56 POUNDS SHALL HAVE, IN ADDITION TO THE
REQUIREMENTS ABOVE, TWO NO. 12 GAUGE HANGERS CONNECTED FROM THE
LUMINAIRE HOUSING TO THE STRUCTURE ABOVE. THESE WIRES MAY BE SLACK.
LUMINAIRES WEIGHING 56 POUNDS OR MORE SHALL BE SUPPORTED DIRECTLY
FROM THE STRUCTURE ABOVE BY FOUR NO. 12 GAUGE HANGERS CONNECTED
FROM THE LUMINAIRE HOUSING TO THE STRUCTURE ABOVE.
C.
FASTEN LUMINAIRES SECURELY TO STRUCTURAL SUPPORTS; AND ENSURE THAT
PENDANT LUMINAIRES ARE PLUMB AND LEVEL. PROVIDE INDIVIDUALLY MOUNTED
PENDANT LUMINAIRES LONGER THAN 2 FEET WITH TWIN STEM HANGERS. PROVIDE STEM
HANGER WITH BALL ALIGNERS AND PROVISIONS FOR MINIMUM ONE INCH VERTICAL
ADJUSTMENT. MOUNT CONTINUOUS ROWS OF LUMINAIRES WITH AN ADDITIONAL STEM
HANGER GREATER THAN NUMBER OF LUMINAIRES IN THE ROW. PENDANT HUNG
LUMINAIRES SHALL BE SUPPORTED DIRECTLY FROM THE STRUCTURE ABOVE WITH NO. 9
GAUGE WIRE OR APPROVED ALTERNATE SUPPORT WITHOUT USING THE CEILING
SUSPENSION SYSTEM FOR DIRECT SUPPORT.
D.
SUPPORT SURFACE MOUNTED LUMINAIRES GREATER THAN 2 FEET IN LENGTH AT LEAST
ONE POINT IN ADDITION TO THE OUTLET BOX STUD.
E.
REPLACE DEFECTIVE AND BURNED OUT LAMPS AND DEFECTIVE BALLASTS FOR A PERIOD
OF ONE YEAR FOLLOWING THE DATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION.
END OF SECTION
SECTION 16535
EMERGENCY LIGHTING
2.
GENERAL:
A.
B.
1.2
A.
B.
2.3
A.
B.
INSPECT FOR DEFECTS AND PHYSICAL DAMAGE, NRTL LABELING, AND NAMEPLATE
COMPLIANCE WITH CURRENT SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM.
C.
3.
EXERCISE AND PERFORM OPERATIONAL TESTS OF ALL MECHANICAL COMPONENTS
AND OTHER OPERABLE DEVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S
INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
D.
VERIFY INSTALLATION OF PROPER FUSE TYPES AND RATINGS IN FUSIBLE OCPD’S
TO MATCH EQUIPMENT PROTECTED.
OSRAM SYLVANIA
ADVANCE
ALL OTHER MANUFACTURERS SHALL REQUEST PRIOR APPROVAL AND SUPPLY TEST
DATA FROM AN INDEPENDENT TESTING LABORATORY AND COMPARISON REPORT
TO SUBSTANTIATE COMPLIANCE WITH SPECIFICATIONS AND SPECIFIED EQUIPMENT.
INSTALLATION:
2.
4.
G E LIGHTING
OSRAM SYLVANIA
PHILIPS LIGHTING COMPANY
LAMPS:
SECTION 16475
OVERCURRENT PROTECTIVE DEVICES
1.1
GENERAL:
MATERIALS:
B.
MATERIALS:
END OF SECTION
THIS SECTION INCLUDES SECURE SUPPORT FROM THE BUILDING STRUCTURE FOR
ELECTRICAL ITEMS BY MEANS OF HANGERS, SUPPORTS, ANCHORS, SLEEVES, INSERTS,
SEALS, AND ASSOCIATED FASTENINGS.
ALL HANGERS, SUPPORTS, STRAPS, ETC. SHALL BE CORROSION RESISTANT OR
GALVANIZED WHERE EXPOSED TO MOISTURE.
EXTENT, LOCATION, AND DETAILS OF LIGHTING WORK ARE INDICATED ON DRAWINGS AND
IN SCHEDULES.
1.
2.
3.
PROVIDE TAPE LABELS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF INDIVIDUAL RECEPTACLE AND LIGHT
SWITCH WALL PLATES. LOCATE TAPE ON FRONT OF PLATE AND IDENTIFY BRANCH
CIRCUIT SERVING THE RECEPTACLE. PROVIDE TAPE LABELS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF
INDIVIDUAL SWITCHES OR THERMAL OVERLOAD SWITCHES WHICH SERVE AS EQUIPMENT
DISCONNECTS. LOCATE THE TAPE ON THE FRONT OF THE COVER PLATE AND IDENTIFY
THE BRANCH CIRCUIT SERVING THE EQUIPMENT.
GENERAL:
A.
1.2
WIRE MARKERS:
A.
SUPPORTING DEVICES
INSTALLATION:
ELECTRICAL BOXES ARE SHOWN ON DRAWINGS IN APPROXIMATE LOCATIONS UNLESS
DIMENSIONED. VERIFY LOCATIONS OF FLOOR BOXES AND OUTLETS WITH
ARCHITECTURAL DOCUMENTS PRIOR TO ROUGH-IN.
EMBOSSED TAPE OR SELF-STICKING ADHESIVE BACKED NAMEPLATES WILL NOT BE
PERMITTED FOR ANY APPLICATION.
SECTION 16190
SHEET METAL OUTLET BOXES: NEMA OS 1, GALVANIZED STEEL
LUMINAIRE AND EQUIPMENT SUPPORTING BOXES: RATED FOR WEIGHT OF
EQUIPMENT SUPPORTED; INCLUDE ½ INCH MALE FIXTURE STUDS WHERE REQUIRED.
BOXES SHALL HAVE 4” X 2-1/8” DEEP SQUARE BOXES AS A MINIMUM. SUPPORT
BOXES FROM BUILDING STRUCTURE.
C.
INSTALLATION:
MATERIALS:
1.
1.3
SPECIFICATION GRADE, TYPE NEMA 5-20R DUPLEX UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.
DEVICE COVER PLATES: SMOOTH NYLON FOR FINISHED AREAS, MATCH EXISTING
FACEPLATE COLOR.
120/208 VOLTS
A=BLACK; B=RED; C=BLUE; NEUTRAL=WHITE; GROUND=GREEN
B.
1.
D.
1.1
A.
RECEPTACLES:
USES NOT PERMITTED INCLUDE BRANCH CIRCUIT HOME RUNS, EQUIPMENT OR
MOTOR FEEDERS, EXPOSED INSTALLATIONS OR EMERGENCY SYSTEMS.
USE 10 AWG CONDUCTORS FOR 20 AMPERE, 120 VOLT BRANCH CIRCUITS LONGER THAN
50 FEET TO THE FIRST FIXTURE OR DEVICE.
1.1
HANDLE: MATCH EXISTING COLOR.
e.
END OF SECTION
INSTALLATION:
2.
WEATHERPROOF COVER PLATE: HUBBELL #WP26MH NEMA 3R FOR “IN USE”
PROTECTION.
N.
1.3
NEMA WD 1, SPECIFICATION GRADE FS W-S-896E, 20 AMP
4.
RACEWAYS
SURFACE METAL RACEWAYS: WIREMOLD CO., AIREY, THOMPSON CO., B-LINE
SYSTEMS, INC., ISODUCT ENERGY SYSTEMS, SQUARE D. CO., MONO-SYSTEMS, INC.
1.
FOR BRANCH CIRCUIT DROPS FROM A LOCAL JUNCTION BOX ABOVE THE
CEILING INTO A STUD WALL AND CASEWORK.
E.
INSTALL NAMEPLATES AND TAPE LABELS PARALLEL TO EQUIPMENT LINES. SECURE
NAMEPLATES TO EQUIPMENT WITH SCREWS OR RIVETS FOR A PERMANENT
INSTALLATION.
WALL SWITCHES:
d.
USE CONDUCTOR NOT SMALLER THAN 12 AWG FOR POWER AND LIGHTING CIRCUITS.
SUBJECT TO COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS, PROVIDE PRODUCTS BY THE
FOLLOWING MANUFACTURERS:
1.
RIGID METAL CONDUIT: ALLIED, WHEATLAND, TRIANGLE, WESTERN TUBE & CONDUIT
2.
STEEL FITTINGS AND CONDUIT BODIES: O/Z GEDNEY, RACO, APPLETON, EPT, STEEL
CITY
MANUFACTURERS: HUBBELL, LEVITON, PASS & SEYMOUR, COOPER WIRING DEVICES
AND BRYANT.
MATCH EXISTING FACE PLATE COLOR, STYLE AND MATERIAL.
D.
B.
1.2
GENERAL:
GENERAL:
DEGREASE AND CLEAN SURFACES TO RECEIVE NAMEPLATES AND TAPE LABELS.
MANUFACTURERS-WALL SWITCHES AND RECEPTACLES:
3.
USE STRANDED CONDUCTORS FOR CONTROL CIRCUITS.
MATERIALS:
1.1
A.
MATERIALS:
FOR OUTLET-TO-OUTLET BRANCH CIRCUIT WIRING IN STUD PARTITIONS OR
CASEWORK.
C.
A.
WIRING DEVICES FOR OWNER FURNISHED EQUIPMENT: MATCH DEVICES TO PLUG
CONNECTORS FOR OWNER-FURNISHED EQUIPMENT.
CORD AND PLUG SETS: WHERE INDICATED, CONTRACTORS SHALL PROVIDE A LENGTH
OF SO CORD COMPLETE WITH A STRAIGHT BLADE OR TWIST-LOCK RECEPTACLE FOR
CONNECTION OF EQUIPMENT. CORD AND PLUG RATING SHALL BE SUITABLE FOR THE
CONNECTED EQUIPMENT LOAD AND RATING OF THE BRANCH CIRCUIT OVERCURRENT
PROTECTIVE DEVICE. PLUG SHALL MATCH RECEPTACLE CONFIGURATION INCLUDED ON
THE PLANS AND CORD LENGTH SHALL BE AS REQUIRED. CONTRACTOR SHALL CONNECT
CORD TO EQUIPMENT.
c.
USE SOLID CONDUCTOR FOR FEEDERS AND BRANCH CIRCUITS 10 AWG AND SMALLER.
1.4
THE EXTENT OF WIRING DEVICE WORK IS INDICATED BY DRAWINGS AND SCHEDULES.
WIRING DEVICES ARE DEFINED AS SINGLE DISCRETE UNITS OF ELECTRICAL
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS WHICH ARE INTENDED TO CARRY BUT NOT UTILIZE ELECTRIC
ENERGY.
GROUND FAULT RECEPTACLES SHALL BE SPECIFICATION GRADE, “FEED-THROUGH”
TYPE NEMA 5-20R CONFIGURATION WITH 5 MILLIAMP TRIP.
END OF SECTION
SECTION 16110
A.
A.
2.
B.
H.
SECTION 16515
LIGHTING
GENERAL:
CONNECTIONS TO LUMINAIRES ON NON-ACCESSIBLE CEILINGS (MAX. 3 FOOT
LENGTHS).
USE SOLDERLESS PRESSURE CONNECTORS WITH INSULATING COVERS FOR COPPER
CONDUCTOR SPLICES AND TAPS, 8 AWG AND SMALLER.
1.2
USE GANG BOX WHERE MORE THAN ONE DEVICE IS MOUNTED TOGETHER. DO NOT USE
SECTIONAL BOX. USE GANG BOX WITH PLASTER RING FOR SINGLE DEVICE OUTLETS.
b.
M.
EXTENT OF RACEWAY WORK IS INDICATED BY DRAWINGS AND SCHEDULES. PROVIDE
COMPLETE CONDUIT SYSTEMS FOR ALL CONDUCTORS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
M.
INSTALLATION:
USE UL LISTED INSULATED CONNECTORS FOR COPPER CONDUCTOR SPLICES AND TAPS,
6 AWG AND LARGER. TAPE UNINSULATED CONDUCTORS AND CONNECTOR WITH
ELECTRICAL TAPE TO 150 PERCENT OF INSULATION RATING OF CONDUCTOR.
A.
SUPPORT BOXES INDEPENDENTLY OF CONDUIT.
1.1
L.
GENERAL:
L.
1.1
NEATLY TRAIN AND LACE WIRING INSIDE BOXES, EQUIPMENT AND PANELBOARDS.
1.1
DO NOT FASTEN BOXES TO CEILING SUPPORT WIRES.
PERFORM THE FOLLOWING TESTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S
INSTRUCTIONS:
a.
INSULATION RESISTANCE TEST OF MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS,
600 AMPERE FRAME SIZE AND OVER AT 1000 DEGREE V D.C. FOR ONE MINUTE
FROM POLE TO POLE AND FROM EACH POLE TO GROUND WITH BREAKER
CLOSED AND ACROSS OPEN CONTACTS OF EACH PHASE. INSULATION
RESISTANCE LESS THAN 100 MEGOHMS IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.
b.
MAKE INSULATION RESISTANCE TESTS OF OCPD BUSES, COMPONENTS, AND
CONNECTING SUPPLY, FEEDER, AND CONTROL CIRCUITS.
c.
MAKE CONTINUITY TESTS OF CIRCUITS.
d.
VERIFY RELAY OPERATION BY INTRODUCTION OF ACCURATELY METERED
CURRENTS INTO OVERCURRENT/GROUND FAULT/ AND OTHER CIRCUITRY AT
VALUES WHICH WILL ENABLE ACCURATE DETERMINATION OF THE TRIPPING OR
ACTIVATION VALUES.
K.
RETEST: CORRECT DEFICIENCIES IDENTIFIED BY TESTS AND OBSERVATIONS AND
PROVIDE RETESTING OF OCPDS BY TESTING ORGANIZATION. VERIFY BY THE SYSTEM
TESTS THAT SPECIFIED REQUIREMENTS ARE MET.
L.
UPON COMPLETION OF INSTALLATION, INSPECT OCPD’S. REMOVE PAINT SPLATTERS AND
OTHER SPOTS, DIRT, AND DEBRIS. TOUCH UP SCRATCHES AND MARS OF FINISH TO
MATCH ORIGINAL FINISH.
M.
CONDUCT A MINIMUM OF ONE DAY OF TRAINING IN OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE AS
SPECIFIED UNDER IN THE PROJECT CLOSEOUT SECTION OF THESE SPECIFICATIONS.
SCHEDULE TRAINING WITH AT LEAST SEVEN DAYS' ADVANCE NOTIFICATION.
END OF SECTION
WIRING DEVICES
CONNECTORS: O Z/GEDNEY CO., AMP, INC., BURNDY CORPORATION, IDEAL INDUSTRIES,
INC.3M COMPANY, THOMAS AND BETTS CORP.
a.
WARRANTY:
THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM INSTALLED UNDER THIS CONTRACT SHALL BE LEFT IN PROPER
WORKING ORDER. REPLACE AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER, ANY WORK,
MATERIALS, OR EQUIPMENT WHICH EXHIBIT DEFECTS IN DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION OR
WORKMANSHIP WITHIN ONE YEAR, OR AS SPECIFICALLY NOTED ELSEWHERE IN THESE
SPECIFICATIONS, FROM DATE OF FINAL OWNER ACCEPTANCE.
K.
MATERIALS:
TRAINING OF OWNER’S OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL:
PROVIDE TRAINING WHEN THE INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE AND AT TIMES
COORDINATED WITH THE OWNER A MINIMUM OF 14-DAYS IN ADVANCE. A
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE PRESENT FOR ALL TRAINING.
USE ADJUSTABLE STEEL CHANNEL FASTENERS FOR HUNG CEILING OUTLET BOX.
5.
ELECTRICAL IDENTIFICATION
K.
A.
CHASES, OPENINGS, CUTTING AND PATCHING:
CAREFULLY LAY OUT ALL WORK IN ADVANCE SO AS TO ELIMINATE WHERE POSSIBLE,
CUTTING, CHANNELING, CHASING OR DRILLING OF FLOORS, WALL, PARTITIONS, CEILINGS
AND ROOFS. ANY DAMAGE TO THE BUILDING, STRUCTURE, PIPING, DUCTS, EQUIPMENT
OR ANY DEFACED FINISH SHALL BE REPAIRED BY SKILLED MECHANICS OF THE TRADES
INVOLVED AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER AND TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE
ARCHITECT/ENGINEER. ANY NECESSARY CUTTING, CHANNELING, DRILLING OR WELDING
AS REQUIRED FOR THE PROPER SUPPORT, CONCEALMENT, INSTALLATION OR
ANCHORING OF RACEWAYS, OUTLETS, OR OTHER ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE
PERFORMED IN A WORKMAN LIKE MANNER AND AS PER THE DRAWINGS AND
SPECIFICATIONS.
1.2
PROJECT CLOSEOUT:
2.
J.
SECTION 16143
THIS SECTION INCLUDES WIRES, CABLES AND CONNECTORS FOR POWER, LIGHTING,
SIGNAL, CONTROL AND RELATED SYSTEMS RATED 600 VOLTS AND LESS.
REMOVE ALL MATERIALS, SCRAP AND DEBRIS RELATIVE TO THE ELECTRICAL
INSTALLATION AND LEAVE THE PREMISES AND ALL EQUIPMENT, LAMPS, FIXTURES, ETC.
IN A CLEAN AND ORDERLY CONDITION. ANY COSTS TO THE OWNER FOR CLEAN-UP OF
THE SITE NOT PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTOR AS DEFINED IN THE DRAWINGS OR
SPECIFICATIONS WILL BE CHARGED TO THE CONTRACTOR.
PROVIDE A QUALIFIED REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SUPPLIER OF EACH ITEM OR
SYSTEM FOR WHICH TRAINING IS SPECIFIED OR REQUIRED, FOR THE PURPOSE OF
INSTRUCTING SPECIFIC PERSONNEL, AS DESIGNATED BY THE OWNER, IN THE
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF SUCH ITEMS OR SYSTEMS.
PROVIDE STUD TO STUD SUPPORT FOR MOUNTING OUTLET BOX BETWEEN STUDS.
SECTION 16195
GENERAL:
CLEAN EXPOSED PANELBOARDS SURFACES AND CHECK TIGHTNESS OF ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS. REPLACE DAMAGED CIRCUIT BREAKERS AND PROVIDE CLOSURE
PLATES FOR VACANT POSITIONS. PROVIDE TYPED CIRCUIT DIRECTORY SHOWING
REVISED CIRCUITING ARRANGEMENT.
WORKMANSHIP:
WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO INDUSTRY STANDARDS. CONTRACTOR’S
PERSONNEL AND SUB-CONTRACTOR SELECTED TO PERFORM THE WORK SHALL BE WELL
VERSED AND SKILLED IN THE TRADES INVOLVED.
A.
CLEAN AND REPAIR EXISTING MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT THAT REMAIN OR ARE TO BE
REUSED.
1.
I.
END OF SECTION
WIRES AND CABLE
1.1
FIRE RATED WALLS: IF ACCEPTABLE TO THE LOCAL AUTHORITY, BOXES MAY BE
SPACED A MINIMUM OF 6 INCHES APART IF WRAPPED WITH UL CATEGORY CLIV
PUTTY PADS TO PROVIDE A 1 OR 2 HOUR RATED FIRE STOP.
END OF SECTION
SECTION 16120
CLEANING AND REPAIR:
STORAGE AND PROTECTION:
INSTALLER'S QUALIFICATIONS: FIRMS WITH AT LEAST 2 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL
INSTALLATION EXPERIENCE WITH PROJECTS UTILIZING ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS FOR
EQUIPMENT SIMILAR TO THAT REQUIRED FOR THIS PROJECT.
SURFACE RACEWAYS ARE ACCEPTABLE ONLY WHERE SPECIFICALLY INDICATED ON THE
DRAWINGS. THE PROPOSED USE OF SURFACE RACEWAYS SHALL BE SUBMITTED FOR
REVIEW BY THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
1.
END OF SECTION
CONNECT NEW WORK TO EXISTING WORK IN A MANNER THAT WILL ASSURE PROPER
RACEWAY GROUNDING THROUGHOUT IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL CODE.
1.
1.8
S.
PAINT NEW EXPOSED SURFACE METAL RACEWAY TO MATCH ADJACENT SURFACES
WHERE RACEWAY IS INSTALLED IN FINISHED AREAS SUCH AS LOBBIES, CORRIDORS AND
NORMALLY OCCUPIED SPACES.
WIRE AND CABLE MANUFACTURERS: AMERICAN INSULATED WIRE, ANACONDA ERICSSON
INC; WIRE AND CABLE DIV., BELDEN DIV; COOPER INDUSTRIES., BRAND REX DIV; PYLE
NATIONAL CO., GENERAL CABLE CORPORATION, HITEMP WIRES, INC. PHELPS DODGE
CABLE AND WIRE CO., ROME CABLE CORP., SOUTHWIRE COMPANY, SUPERIOR ESSEX:
TRIANGLE, EXCEL, ROYAL
ALL EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS SHALL HAVE THE MANUFACTURER’S NAME, ADDRESS,
MODEL NUMBER AND SERIAL NUMBER PERMANENTLY ATTACHED IN A CONSPICUOUS
LOCATION.
STORE PRODUCTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS, WITH SEALS
AND LABELS INTACT AND LEGIBLE. STORE SENSITIVE PRODUCTS IN WEATHER-TIGHT
ENCLOSURES; MAINTAIN WITHIN TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY RANGES REQUIRED BY
MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.
R.
WHERE INDIVIDUAL CONDUITS PENETRATE EXISTING FIRE-RATED WALL AND FLOORS,
PACK VOID AROUND CONDUIT WITH FIRE RATED INSULATION AND SEAL OPENING
AROUND CONDUIT WITH UL LISTED FOAM SILICONE ELASTOMER COMPOUND.
C.
3.
1.7
Q.
FLEXIBLE CONNECTIONS: USE SHORT LENGTH (MAXIMUM OF 6 FEET) OF FLEXIBLE
CONDUIT FOR RECESSED AND SEMI-RECESSED LUMINAIRES, FOR EQUIPMENT SUBJECT
TO VIBRATION NOISE TRANSMISSION OR MOVEMENT; AND FOR ALL MOTORS. USE
LIQUID-TIGHT FLEXIBLE CONDUIT IN WET LOCATIONS.
METAL CLAD CABLE: COPPER 600 VOLT THERMOPLASTIC INSULATION RATED 90 DEGREES
C, STEEL INTERLOCKED METAL TYPE ARMOR.
PROVIDE MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT ACCEPTABLE TO THE AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION AND AS SUITABLE FOR THE USE INTENDED, EXCEPT WHERE MORE
STRINGENT REQUIREMENTS ARE INDICATED BY THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
E.
F.
B.
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT:
DEFECTIVE OR DAMAGED MATERIALS SHALL BE REPLACED OR REPAIRED, PRIOR TO
FINAL ACCEPTANCE, IN A MANNER ACCEPTABLE TO THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER OR
OWNER AND AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER.
PROVIDE PULL STRING IN EACH EMPTY CONDUIT.
CIRCUITS OR SYSTEMS WIRING SHALL NOT PASS THOUGH OUTLET OR JUNCTION BOXES
THAT MAY BE RENDERED INACCESSIBLE BY CHANGES MADE TO THE BUILDING. MAINTAIN
ACCESS TO EXISTING ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS THAT ARE TO REMAIN ACTIVE.
MODIFY INSTALLATION OR PROVIDE ACCESS PANEL AS APPROPRIATE.
PAY FOR ALL FEES AND ELECTRICAL PERMITS, PLAN REVIEW AND INSPECTIONS FROM
AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION. PROVIDE ALL NOTICES NECESSARY IN CONNECTION
THEREWITH. WORK SHALL NOT BE COVERED BEFORE INSPECTIONS BY THE
JURISDICTIONAL AUTHORITIES AND OBSERVATION BY THE OWNER/ENGINEER.
D.
N.
I.
COMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS OF THE UTILITY, (POWER, TELEPHONE AND
COMMUNICATIONS) COMPANIES FURNISHING SERVICE TO THIS INSTALLATION.
ALL EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS INSTALLED SHALL BE NEW AND COMPLETE,
THOROUGHLY CLEANED, CHECKED, CORRECTLY ADJUSTED AND LEFT READY FOR
INTENDED USE OR OPERATION. EXTERIOR SURFACES OF ALL MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT
SHALL BE PROVIDED IN UNBLEMISHED CONDITION UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS SHALL BE STANDARD CATALOGED ITEMS WHICH HAVE BEEN
IN PRODUCTION FOR A PERIOD NOT LESS THAN FIVE (5) YEARS PRIOR TO DATE FOR
RECEIPT OF BIDS OR PROPOSALS.
DO NOT FASTEN SUPPORTS TO PIPING, DUCTWORK, MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT OR
CONDUIT.
BUILDING WIRE: COPPER 600 VOLT THERMOPLASTIC INSULATION RATED 90 DEGREES C,
TYPE THHN/THWN.
INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (IBC) INCLUDING LOCAL AMENDMENTS AND
APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS OF THE LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT, PREVENTION
BUREAU OR FIRE MARSHAL.
EQUIPMENT LAYOUTS ARE BASED ON USE OF EQUIPMENT AS SPECIFIED. IF THE
CONTRACTOR CHOOSES EQUIPMENT FROM ANOTHER LISTED MANUFACTURER, THE
CONTACTOR SHALL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR FIRST ASCERTAINING THAT THE
PROPOSED EQUIPMENT CAN BE INSTALLED IN THE SPACE AVAILABLE WITH CODE AND
MAINTENANCE CLEARANCE.
K.
A.
D.
1.6
LOCATE OUTLET BOXES TO ALLOW LUMINAIRES POSITIONED AS SHOWN ON REFLECTED
CEILING PLAN.
REPAIR TO ORIGINAL CONDITION ADJACENT CONSTRUCTION AND FINISHES DAMAGED
DURING DEMOLITION AND EXTENSION WORK.
C.
B.
E.
PRIOR TO DEMOLITION, VERIFY CIRCUITING AND VERIFY THAT ABANDONED WIRING AND
EQUIPMENT SERVE ONLY ABANDONED FACILITIES. MAINTAIN ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY
TO REMAINING WIRING AND EQUIPMENT.
PROVIDE LISTED FITTINGS TO ACCOMMODATE EXPANSION AND DEFLECTION WHERE
CONDUIT CROSSES SEISMIC, CONTROL AND EXPANSION JOINTS.
H.
B.
3.
M.
P.
THE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS TAKE PRECEDENCE WHEN THEY ARE MORE
STRINGENT THAN ADOPTED CODES, AMENDMENTS OR STATUTES. ALL WORK SHALL BE
EXECUTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THOSE EDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING AS CURRENTLY
ADOPTED BY THE LOCAL AND STATE AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION:
1.
NFPA, ADA, UL, IEEEE, NEMA, CBM, ANSI, NECA, ICEA AND NETA.
2.
REMODELING PROVISIONS:
EXTENT OF EMERGENCY EGRESS AND EXIT SIGNAGE IS INDICATED BY DRAWINGS AND
SPECIFICATIONS.
TYPES OF EMERGENCY LUMINAIRES IN THIS SECTION INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
1.
EXIT LIGHTS
2.
EMERGENCY FLUORESCENT LAMP POWER SUPPLY.
MATERIALS:
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS FOR EMERGENCY FLUORESCENT LAMP POWER
SUPPLIES:
a.
BODINE
b.
DUAL LITE INC.
c.
LITHONIA LIGHTING INC.
d.
SILTRON ILLUMINATION INC.
GENERAL: PROVIDE SELF CONTAINED BATTERY POWERED INVERTOR UNIT FOR DIRECT
MOUNTING IN DESIGNATED FLUORESCENT LUMINAIRES. PROVIDE UNIT WITH FULLY
AUTOMATIC TWO RATE CHARGER, NICKEL CADMIUM BATTERY, AC "ON" PILOT LIGHT,
AND TEST SWITCH. UNIT SHALL AUTOMATICALLY TRANSFER TO BATTERY SUPPLY ON
LOSS OF NORMAL AC POWER AND SHALL OPERATE ONE OR TWO RAPID START F32
FLUORESCENT LAMPS WITH MINIMUM OUTPUT OF 1350 LUMENS. UNIT SHALL HAVE
MINIMUM OUTPUT OF 3000 LUMENS FOR SINGLE HIGH OUTPUT LAMP APPLICATIONS. UNIT
SHALL BE RATED FOR THE ANTICIPATED MINIMUM AMBIENT TEMPERATURE FOR THE
INTENDED INSTALLATION LOCATION.
INSTALLATION:
INSTALL EMERGENCY LIGHTING UNITS AT LOCATIONS AND HEIGHTS AS INDICATED, IN
ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS, APPLICABLE
REQUIREMENTS OF NEC, NECA'S "STANDARD OF INSTALLATION", NEMA STANDARDS, AND
WITH RECOGNIZED INDUSTRY PRACTICES TO ENSURE THAT LIGHTING FULFILLS
REQUIREMENTS.
COORDINATE MOUNTING OF TEST SWITCH INDICATOR LIGHT AND BALLAST PRIOR TO
INSTALLATION.
PROVIDE REMOTE BATTERY POWERED UNITS WHERE MINIMUM AMBIENT TEMPERATURES
ARE BELOW OPERATING TEMPERATURE OF THE UNIT. PROVIDE WIRING AS SHORT AND
DIRECT AS POSSIBLE BETWEEN BATTERY UNIT AND LAMPS SERVED AND WITHIN
MANUFACTURERS PUBLISHED REQUIREMENTS.
UPON COMPLETION OF INSTALLATION OF EMERGENCY LIGHTING AND AFTER BUILDING
CIRCUITRY HAS BEEN ENERGIZED WITH NORMAL POWER SOURCE, APPLY ELECTRICAL
ENERGY TO DEMONSTRATE CAPABILITY AND COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS. TEST
EMERGENCY LIGHTING TO DEMONSTRATE OPERATION UNDER EMERGENCY CONDITIONS.
WHERE POSSIBLE, CORRECT MALFUNCTIONING UNITS AT SITE, THEN RETEST TO
DEMONSTRATE COMPLIANCE; OTHERWISE, REMOVE AND REPLACE WITH NEW UNITS, AND
PROCEED WITH RETESTING.
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