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SECTION 22 11 16
Domestic Water Distribution Systems
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01
RELATED SECTIONS:
A.
1.02
1.03
1.04
Drawings, general provisions of the Contract, including General and
Supplementary Conditions, and Division-1 Specification Sections and Division 20
Specification Sections, apply to work of this Section.
SUMMARY:
A.
All pipe, fittings, valves, equipment and pipe joining material used for potable
domestic water systems shall be LEAD-FREE in accordance with state and
federal regulations.
B.
This Section specifies the water distribution piping system, including potable
cold, hot, and recirculated hot water piping, fittings, and specialties within the
building to a point 5’-0” outside the building.
C.
Products installed but not furnished under this Section include water meters
which will be provided by the Utility Company, to the site, ready for installation.
DEFINITIONS:
A.
Water Distribution Piping: A pipe within the building, or on the premises, which
conveys water from the water service pipe, or meter, to the points of usage.
B.
Water Service Piping: The pipe from the water main, or other source of potable
water supply, to the water distributing system of the building served.
C.
Pipe sizes used in this Specification are Nominal Pipe Size (NPS).
SUBMITTALS:
A.
Product data for each piping specialty and valve specified.
1.
B.
Submittals and shop drawings shall include the following data:
a.
Manufacturer’s technical data including valve performance and
capacity.
b.
Accessories furnished.
c.
Manufacturer’s recommended installation methods.
Maintenance data for each piping specialty and valve specified for inclusion in
Operation and Maintenance Manual.
1.
Maintenance manuals shall include the following:
a.
Parts lists for each type and size of thermostatic valve unit
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c.
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C.
Welder’s certificates certifying that welders comply with requirements specified in
Quality Assurance below.
D.
Certification of Compliance with ASME and UL fabrication requirements specified
below.
E.
Test reports specified in Part 3 of this Section.
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Regulatory Requirements: Comply with the provisions of the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Potable water piping and components shall comply with NSF 14 and NSF 61.
Plastic piping components shall be marked with "NSF-pw."
C.
Reference Standards:
2.
3.
4.
ASSE Standard 1016: Performance Requirements for Individual
Thermostatic, Pressure Balancing and Combination Control Valves for
Bathing Facilities.
ASSE Standard 1017: Performance Requirements for Temperature
Actuated Mixing Valves for Primary Domestic Use
ANSI Standard Z358.1-1998: Emergency Eyewash and Shower
Equipment
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Guidelines
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING:
A.
1.07
ASME B 31.9 “Building Services Piping” for materials, products and
installation. Safety valves and pressure vessels shall bear the appropriate
ASME label.
ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section IX, “Welding and
Brazing Qualification” for Qualifications for Welding Processes and
Operators
NSF/ANSI Standard 61 “Drinking Water System Components”.
Indiana Plumbing Code.
B.
1.
1.06
Published installation instructions.
Troubleshooting maintenance guide for each type of thermostatic
valve unit.
Store pipe in a manner to prevent sagging and bending.
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING:
A.
Coordinate the size and location of concrete equipment pads. Cast anchor bolt
inserts into pad. Concrete reinforcement and formwork requirements are
specified in Division 03.
B.
Coordinate the installation of pipe sleeves for foundation wall penetrations.
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C.
Interruption of Existing Water Service: Do not interrupt water service to facilities
occupied by Owner or others unless permitted under the following conditions and
then only after arranging to provide temporary water service according to
requirements indicated:
1.
2.
1.08
Notify Architect and Owner no fewer than two days in advance of
proposed interruption of water service.
Do not interrupt water service without Architect's Owner's written
permission.
EXTRA STOCK:
A.
Maintenance Stock: Furnish one valve key for each key operated hydrant, bibb,
or faucet installed.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01
MANUFACTURERS:
A.
Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by
one of the following:
B.
Basket Strainers:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
C.
Balancing Valves
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
D.
Josam Mfg. Co.
Metraflex Co.
Mueller
Jay R. Smith Mfg. Co.
Spirax Sarco
Conbraco Industries, Inc.
Flow Design Inc.
Griswold Controls
Hammond Valve
Milwaukee Valve Co. Inc.
NIBCO
Red-White Valve Corp.
Hose Bibbs and Faucets:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Chicago Faucet Co.
Jay R. Smith Mfg. Co.
Josam Mfg. Co.
MIFAB, Inc.
Wade/Tyler Pipe; Sub. of Tyler Corp.
Watts Drainage Products
Woodford Mfg. Co.
Zurn Industries Inc., Hydromechanics Div.
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Wall, Roof and Yard Hydrants:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
F.
Backflow Preventers:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
G.
Cash (A. W.) Valve Mfg. Corp.
Cla-Val Co.
Conbraco Industries, Inc.
Watts Regulator Co.
Zurn Industries, Inc.; Wilkins-Regulator Div.
Relief Valves:
1.
2.
3.
4.
J.
Cash (A. W.) Valve Mfg. Corp.
Conbraco Industries, Inc.
Febco Sales, Inc.; Subs. of Charles M. Bailey Co., Inc.
Watts Regulator Co.
Zurn Industries, Inc.; Wilkins-Regulator Div.
Pressure Regulating Valves:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
I.
Febco Sales, Inc.: Subs. of Charles M. Bailey Co., Inc.
Hersey Products, Inc.
ITT Lawler; Fluid Handling Div.
Watts Regulator Co.
Zurn Industries, Inc.; Wilkins-Regulator Div.
Vacuum Breakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
H.
Chicago Faucet Co.
Jay R. Smith Mfg. Co.
Josam Mfg. Co.
MIFAB, Inc.
Wade/Tyler Pipe; Sub. of Tyler Corp.
Watts Drainage Products
Woodford Mfg. Co.
Zurn Industries Inc., Hydromechanics Div.
Cash (A. W.) Valve Mfg. Corp.
Conbraco Industries, Inc.
Watts Regulator Co.
Zurn Industries, Inc.; Wilkins-Regulator Div.
Water Hammer Arresters:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Josam Manufacturing Co.
Jay R. Smith Mfg. Co.
MIFAB
Precision Plumbing Products, Inc.
Sioux Chief Manufacturing Co., Inc.
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6.
7.
8.
K.
Dielectric Unions:
1.
2.
L.
Armstrong Machine Works
Hoffman Specialty ITT: Fluid Handling Div.
Metraflex Co.
Mueller
Spirax Sarco
Watts Regulator Co.
COPPER TUBE AND FITTINGS:
A.
Comply with requirements in “PART 3 - EXECUTION” for applications of pipe,
tube, fitting materials, and joining methods for specific services, service locations,
and pipe sizes.
B.
Hard Copper Tube: ASTM B 88, Type L water tube, drawn temper.
C.
Soft Copper Tube: ASTM B 88, Type K and ASTM B 88, Type L water tube,
annealed temper.
D.
Cast-Copper, Solder-Joint Fittings: ASME B16.18, pressure fittings.
E.
Wrought-Copper, Solder-Joint Fittings: ASME B16.22, wrought-copper pressure
fittings.
F.
Bronze Flanges: ASME B16.24, Class 150, with solder-joint ends.
G.
Copper Unions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
2.03
Perfection Corp.
Watts Regulator Co.
Y-Pattern Strainers:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2.02
Wade/Tyler Pipe; Sub. of Tyler Corp.
Watts Drainage Products
Zurn Industries, Inc.; Hydromechanics Div.
MSS SP-123.
Cast-copper-alloy, hexagonal-stock body.
Ball-and-socket, metal-to-metal seating surfaces.
Solder-joint or threaded ends.
DUCTILE IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS:
A.
Comply with requirements in “PART 3 - EXECUTION” for applications of pipe,
tube, fitting materials, and joining methods for specific services, service locations,
and pipe sizes.
B.
Cement-Lined, Ductile-Iron Pipe:
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C.
Cement Lined Ductile-Iron Gasketed Fittings:
1.
D.
2.
2.04
AWWA C110/A21.10, ductile-or gray-iron.
Gaskets: AWWA C111/A21.11, rubber.
Compact-Pattern, Push-on-Joint Fittings:
1.
2.
J.
AWWA C151/A21.51.
Push-on-joint bell and plain spigot end unless grooved or flanged ends
are indicated.
Standard-Pattern, Push-on-Joint Fittings:
1.
2.
I.
AWWA C153/A21.53, ductile iron.
Glands, Gaskets, and Bolts: AWWA C111/A21.11, ductile-or gray-iron
glands, rubber gaskets, and steel bolts.
Push-on-Joint, Ductile-Iron Pipe:
1.
2.
H.
AWWA C110/A21.10, ductile-or gray-iron.
Glands, Gaskets, and Bolts: AWWA C111/A21.11, ductile-or gray-iron
glands, rubber gaskets, and steel bolts.
Compact-Pattern, Mechanical-Joint Fittings:
1.
2.
G.
AWWA C151/A21.51, with mechanical-joint bell and plain spigot end
unless grooved or flanged ends are indicated.
Glands, Gaskets, and Bolts: AWWA C111/A21.11, ductile-or gray-iron
glands, rubber gaskets, and steel bolts.
Standard-Pattern, Mechanical-Joint Fittings:
1.
2.
F.
AWWA C110, Schedule 150, with cement mortar lining and AWWA C111
rubber gaskets.
Mechanical-Joint, Ductile-Iron Pipe:
1.
E.
ANSI A21.51 ductile-iron pipe, with ANSI A21.4 cement mortar lining.
AWWA C153/A21.53, ductile-iron.
Gaskets: AWWA C111/A21.11, rubber.
Plain-End, Ductile-Iron Pipe: AWWA C151/A21.51.
PIPING JOINING MATERIALS:
A.
Pipe-Flange Gasket Materials:
1.
AWWA C110/A21.10, rubber, flat face, 1/8 inch thick or ASME B16.21,
nonmetallic and asbestos free unless otherwise indicated.
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B.
Metal, Pipe-Flange Bolts and Nuts: ASME B18.2.1, carbon steel unless
otherwise indicated.
C.
Solder Filler Metals: ASTM B 32, lead-free alloys.
D.
Flux: ASTM B 813, water flushable.
E.
Brazing Filler Metals: AWS A5.8/A5.8M, BCuP Series, copper-phosphorus alloys
for general-duty brazing unless otherwise indicated.
F.
Copper Pipe 2 1/2” and larger; Optional (TIG) Gas Tungsten arc welding.
G.
>.
TRANSITION FITTINGS:
A.
General Requirements:
1.
2.
3.
Same size as pipes to be joined.
Pressure rating at least equal to pipes to be joined.
End connections compatible with pipes to be joined.
B.
Fitting-Type Transition Couplings: Manufactured piping coupling or specified
piping system fitting.
C.
Sleeve-Type Transition Coupling: AWWA C219.
1.
2.06
Full-face or ring type unless otherwise indicated.
Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide
products by the following
a.
Cascade Waterworks Manufacturing.
b.
Dresser, Inc.; Piping Specialties Products.
c.
Ford Meter Box Company, Inc. (The).
d.
JCM Industries.
e.
Romac Industries, Inc.
f.
Smith-Blair, Inc.; a Sensus company.
g.
Viking Johnson.
DIELECTRIC FITTINGS:
A.
General Requirements: Assembly of copper alloy and ferrous materials with
separating nonconductive insulating material. Include end connections
compatible with pipes to be joined.
B.
Dielectric Unions:
1.
Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide
products by the following:
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b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
C.
D.
Capitol Manufacturing Company; member of the Phoenix Forge
Group.
Central Plastics Company.
Hart Industries International, Inc.
Jomar International.
Matco-Norca.
McDonald, A. Y. Mfg. Co.
Watts; a division of Watts Water Technologies, Inc.
Wilkins; a Zurn company.
2.
Standard: ASSE 1079.
3.
4.
Pressure Rating: 125 psig minimum at 180 deg F.
End Connections: Solder-joint copper alloy and threaded ferrous.
Dielectric Flanges:
1.
Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide
products by the following:
a.
Capitol Manufacturing Company; member of the Phoenix Forge
Group.
b.
Central Plastics Company.
c.
Matco-Norca.
d.
Watts; a division of Watts Water Technologies, Inc.
e.
Wilkins; a Zurn company.
2.
3.
Standard: ASSE 1079.
Factory-fabricated, bolted, companion-flange assembly.
4.
5.
Pressure Rating: 125 psig minimum at 180 deg F.
End Connections: Solder-joint copper alloy and threaded ferrous;
threaded solder-joint copper alloy and threaded ferrous.
Dielectric-Flange Insulating Kits:
1.
Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide
products by the following:
a.
Advance Products & Systems, Inc.
b.
Calpico, Inc.
c.
Central Plastics Company.
d.
Pipeline Seal and Insulator, Inc.
2.
Non-conducting materials for field assembly of companion flanges.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Pressure Rating: 150 psig.
Gasket: Neoprene or phenolic.
Bolt Sleeves: Phenolic or polyethylene.
Washers: Phenolic with steel backing washers.
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2.07
2.08
1.
Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide
products by the following:
a.
Elster Perfection Corporation.
b.
Grinnell Mechanical Products; Tyco Fire Products LP.
c.
Matco-Norca.
d.
Precision Plumbing Products, Inc.
e.
Victaulic Company.
2.
3.
Standard: IAPMO PS 66.
Electroplated steel nipple complying with ASTM F 1545.
4.
5.
6.
Pressure Rating and Temperature: 300 psig at 225 deg F.
End Connections: Male threaded or grooved.
Lining: Inert and noncorrosive, propylene.
UNIONS AND CONNECTORS:
A.
Unions: ANSI B16.39, malleable iron, Class 150, hexagonal stock, with ball- andsocket joints, metal-to-metal bronze seating surfaces; female threaded ends.
Threads shall conform to ANSI B1.20.1.
B.
Dielectric Unions: Threaded or soldered end connections as required to suit
application; constructed to isolate copper from galvanized pipe, prevent galvanic
action, and prevent corrosion.
C.
Flexible Connectors: Stainless steel bellows with woven flexible bronze wire
reinforcing protective jacket; minimum 150 psig working pressure, maximum 250°
F operating temperature. Connectors shall have flanged or threaded end
connections to match equipment connected; and shall be capable of 3/4 inch
misalignment.
GENERAL DUTY VALVES:
A.
2.09
Dielectric Nipples:
Valves (i.e., gate, globe, check, ball, and butterfly valves) are specified in
Division 20 Section 20 01 00 “Valves”. Special duty valves are specified below
by their generic name; refer to Part 3 Article "VALVE APPLICATION" for specific
uses and applications for each valve specified
PIPING SPECIALTIES:
A.
Water Hammer Arresters: Water hammer arresters shall be sized, tested and
certified in accordance with PDI Standard WH-201, A.S.S.E.-1010 and A.N.S.I.A112.26.1.
1.
Constructed of all stainless steel and with internal heavy duty balanced
expansion bellows, pre-charged suitable for operation in temperature
range of minus 100 to 300 degrees F and maximum 250 psig working
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B.
2.10
2.11
Basket Strainers: Cast-iron body, 125 psi flanges, bolted type or yoke type cover;
with removable non-corrosive perforated strainer basket having 1/8 inch
perforations and lift-out handle.
BACKFLOW PREVENTERS:
A.
Backflow Preventers: Reduced pressure zone principle assembly consisting of
shutoff valves on inlet and outlet, and strainer on inlet. Assemblies shall include
test cocks, and pressure differential relief valve located between 2 positive
seating check valves, and comply with requirements of ASSE Standard 1013.
Unit must be listed by name and model number on the State Department of
Health approved list of RPZ type valves.
B.
Pressure Type Vacuum Breaker: Watts #800-QT pressure type vacuum breaker
certified under FCCCHR of USC Section 10, ASSE Std. 1020. Unit must be
listed on the State Department of Health approved list of "Pressure Type Vacuum
Breakers”.
REGULATING AND RELIEF VALVES:
A.
Pressure Regulating Valves:
1.
2.
2.12
Single seated, direct operated type: having bronze body with integral
strainer, and complying with requirements of ASSE Standard 1003.
Select proper size for maximum flow rate and inlet and outlet pressures
indicated. Cla-Val 990 series.
Hydraulically pilot operated single diaphragm actuated type: having
ductile iron body and cover, FDA approved diaphragm resilient synthetic
rubber disc; restriction fitting, pressure reducing control, strainers,
isolation valves. Select proper size for maximum flow rate and inlet and
outlet pressures indicated. Cla-Val 90-01 series.
B.
Relief Valves: Provide proper size relief valve, in accordance with ASME Boiler
and Pressure Vessel Codes, for indicated capacity of the appliance for which
installed.
C.
Combined Pressure-Temperature Relief Valves: Bronze body, test lever,
thermostat, complying with ANSI Z21.22 listing requirements for temperature
discharge capacity. Provide temperature relief at 210 °F, and pressure relief at
150 psig.
REACTION ANCHORS:
A.
Provide concrete thrust blocking or joint harness for all pressure piping in
accordance with NFPA 24.
B.
Thrust blocking: Sufficient mass of concrete, bearing on solid undisturbed earth,
to resist hydraulic thrust at maximum pressure to which pipe will be subjected,
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150 psi minimum.
C.
Joint harness: Steel straps and rods across joints, securely anchored on pipe or
other adequate anchorage to resist hydraulic thrust at maximum pressure to
which pipe will be subjected, 150 psi minimum.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Coal tar coating: Koppers Bitumastic type 50.
Clamps, straps, and washers: steel, ASTM A506.
Rods: Steel, ASTM A575
Rod coupling: Malleable iron
Bolts: Steel, ASTM A307
Cast iron washers: Gray iron ASTM A126
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01
3.02
3.03
EXAMINATION:
A.
Verify all dimensions by field measurements. Verify that all water distribution
piping may be installed in accordance with pertinent codes and regulations, the
original design and the referenced standards.
B.
Examine rough-in requirements for plumbing fixtures and other equipment having
water connections to verify actual locations of piping connections prior to
installation.
C.
Do not proceed until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
PIPE APPLICATIONS:
A.
Install cement-lined ductile-iron pipe (4” and larger) with rubber gasketed joints
below ground, inside building and to 5’-0” outside the building.
B.
Install Type L, drawn copper tubing (4” and smaller) with wrought copper fittings
and solder joints above ground, within the building.
C.
Install Type K, annealed temper copper tubing (2” and smaller) with minimum
number of joints, below ground and within slabs.
PIPING INSTALLATION:
A.
General Locations and Arrangements: Drawings (plans, schematics, and
diagrams) indicate the general location and arrangement of the piping systems.
Location and arrangement of piping layout take into consideration pipe sizing and
friction loss, expansion, pump sizing, and other design considerations. So far as
practical, install piping as indicated.
B.
Use fittings for all changes in direction and all branch connections.
C.
Branch connections shall be made from the side or bottom of the main to
facilitate drainage.
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D.
Install exposed piping, at right angles or parallel to building walls. Diagonal runs
are not permitted, unless expressly indicated.
E.
Install piping free of sags or bends and with ample space between piping to
permit proper insulation applications.
F.
Conceal all pipe installations in walls, pipe chases, utility spaces, above ceilings,
below grade or floors, unless indicated to be exposed to view.
G.
Install piping tight to slabs, beams, joists, columns, walls, and other permanent
elements of the building.
H.
Provide space to permit insulation applications, with 1 inch clearance outside the
insulation. Allow sufficient space above removable ceiling panels to allow for
panel removal.
I.
Locate groups of pipes parallel to each other, spaced to permit applying full
insulation and servicing of valves.
J.
Install drains at low points in mains, risers, and branch lines consisting of a tee
fitting, 3/4 inch ball valve, and short 3/4 inch threaded nipple and cap.
K.
Exterior Wall Penetrations: Seal pipe penetrations through exterior walls using
sleeves and mechanical sleeve seals. Pipe sleeves smaller than 6 inch shall be
steel: pipe sleeves 6 inch and larger shall be sheet metal.
L.
Fire Barrier Penetrations: Where pipes pass through time rated fire resistive
construction including fire rated walls, partitions, ceilings, and floors, maintain the
fire rated integrity. Refer to Division-7 for special sealers and materials.
M.
Install piping level with no pitch.
N.
Insulate buried (below ground) water piping with 1” thick polyurethane insulation.
Cover polyurethane with a field installed PVC jacket. Seal joints watertight
following manufacturer’s instructions.
O.
Install supply-type, trap-seal primer valves with outlet piping pitched down toward
drain trap a minimum of 1 percent, and connect to floor-drain body, trap, or inlet
fitting. Adjust valve for proper flow.
P.
Furnish and install expansion loops on domestic water piping mains in corridors
per piping manufacturer’s requirements.
HANGERS AND SUPPORTS:
A.
General: Hangers, supports, and anchors devices are specified in Section 20 01
40. Conform to the table below for maximum spacing of supports:
B.
Install the following pipe attachments
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1.
2.
3.
C.
Adjustable steel clevis hangers for individual horizontal runs less than 20
feet in length.
Adjustable roller hangers and spring hangers for individual horizontal runs
20 feet and longer.
Pipe roller, complete-MSS Type 44 for multiple horizontal runs, 20 feet or
longer, support on a trapeze.
Install hangers at the following intervals:
D.
PIPE MATERIAL
MAX HORIZ. SPACING
MAX VERT. SPACING
5’-0”
15’-0”
6’-0”
10’-0”
10’-0”
10-0”’
Cast-Iron Pipe
Copper Tubing - 1-1/4"
and smaller
Copper Tubing - 1-1/2"
and larger
E.
Install hangers with the following minimum rod sizes and maximum spacing:
Nom. Pipe Size
Max. Span-Ft.
Min. Rod Size-Inches
1 and smaller
1-1/4 and 1-1/2
2
3
3-1/2
4
5
6
8
10
12
7
9
10
12
13
14
16
17
19
22
23
3/8
3/8
3/8
1/2
1/2
5/8
5/8
3/4
7/8
7/8
7/8
Support vertical runs at each floor.
3.05
PIPE AND TUBE JOINT CONSTRUCTION:
A.
Joint Construction for Grooved-End, Ductile-Iron Piping: Make joints according
to AWWA C606. Cut round-bottom grooves in ends of pipe at gasket-seat
dimension required for specified (flexible or rigid) joint. Lubricate and install
gasket over ends of pipes or pipe and fitting. Install coupling housing sections
over gasket with keys seated in piping grooves. Install and tighten housing bolts.
B.
Soldered Joints: Comply with the procedures contained in the AWS "Soldering
Manual."
1.
CAUTION: Remove stems, seats, and packing of valves and accessible
internal parts of piping specialties before soldering.
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C.
Threaded Joints: Conform to ANSI B1.20. 1, tapered pipe threads for field cut
threads. Join pipe fittings and valves as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
D.
3.07
Note the internal length of threads in fittings or valve ends, and proximity
of internal seat or wall, to determine how far pipe should be threaded into
joint.
Align threads at point of assembly.
Apply appropriate tape or thread compound to the external pipe threads
(except where dry seal threading is specified).
Assemble joint wrench tight. Wrench on valve shall be on the valve end
into which the pipe is being threaded.
Damaged Threads: Do not use pipe with threads which are corroded or
damaged. If a weld opens during cutting or threading operations, that
portion of pipe shall not be used.
Flanged Joints: Align flanged surfaces parallel. Assemble joints by sequencing
bolt tightening to make initial contact of flanges and gaskets as flat and parallel
as possible.
1.
2.
3.06
Heat joints to proper and uniform temperature.
Use suitable lubricants on bolt threads.
Tighten bolts gradually and uniformly using torque wrench.
SERVICE ENTRANCE:
A.
Extend water distribution piping to connect to water service piping of size and in
location indicated for service entrance to building. Water service piping is
specified in Section 33 11 16.
B.
Install sleeve and mechanical sleeve seal at pipe penetrations through
foundation wall for watertight installation.
C.
Install sleeve where pipe passes under foundation wall.
D.
Install shutoff valve at service entrance inside building; complete with strainer,
pressure gage, and test tee with valve.
E.
Ductile-iron Pipe: Install in accordance with AWWA C-60.
F.
Reaction anchors: Use concrete thrust blocking where solid undisturbed earth is
available. Use joint harnesses in other places. If lack of undisturbed earth is the
result of improper trench excavation, provide joint harness at no additional cost.
Coat underground metal surfaces not encased in concrete with two coats of
Koppers Bitumastic type 50. Bitumastic shall be applied to clean dry surfaces
only. Allow first coat to dry before applying second coat.
VALVE APPLICATIONS:
A.
General Duty Valve Applications: The Drawings indicate valve types to be used.
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Where specific valve types are not indicated the following requirements apply:
3.08
3.09
B.
Shut-off duty: Use gate, ball, and butterfly valves.
C.
Throttling duty: Use ball, and butterfly valves.
INSTALLATION OF VALVES:
A.
Sectional Valves: Install sectional valves on each branch and riser close to main,
where branch or riser serves 2 or more plumbing fixtures or equipment
connections, and elsewhere as indicated. For sectional valves 2 inch and
smaller, use gate or ball valves; for sectional valves 2-1/2 inch and larger, use
gate or butterfly valves.
B.
Shutoff Valves: Install shutoff valves on inlet of each plumbing equipment item,
and on inlet of each plumbing fixture, and elsewhere as indicated. For shutoff
valves 2 inch and smaller, use gate or ball valves; for shutoff valves 2-1/2 inch
and larger, use gate or butterfly valves.
C.
Drain Valves: Install drain valves on each plumbing equipment item, located to
completely drain equipment for service or repair. Install drain valves at the base
of each riser, at low points of horizontal runs, and elsewhere as required to
completely drain distribution piping system. For drain valves 2 inch and smaller,
use gate or ball valves; for drain valves 2-1/2 inch and larger, use gate or
butterfly valves.
D.
Hose Bibbs, Hydrants: Install where indicated, with vacuum breaker.
INSTALLATION OF PIPING SPECIALTIES:
A.
Install backflow preventers at each connection to mechanical equipment and
systems, and in compliance with the plumbing code and authority having
jurisdiction. Locate in same room as equipment being connected. Pipe relief
outlet without valves, to nearest floor drain. RPZ backflow preventers are
required only on specific services, per State of Indiana Administrative Rules,
Section 327 IAC 8-10-4 "Cross Connection Hazards" and Section 327 IAC 8-10-8
“Inspection of Devices; Time Limits”.
B.
Install pressure regulating valves with inlet and outlet shutoff valves, and balance
cock bypass. Install pressure gage on valve outlet. Installation shall be in
accordance with manufacturer’s piping diagrams.
C.
Install full size piping from discharge of pressure relief valves to nearest floor
drain or mop basin.
D.
Size and Locate Water Hammer Arresters in accordance with the following
schedule, and located within an effective range of the quick-closing valve as per
the requirements of Standard PDI-WH2O1 current edition, whether shown or not
shown on the drawings.
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WATER HAMMER ARRESTER SCHEDULE
MARK
I.P.S.
F.U. RATING
J.R. SMITH NO.
WADE NO.
ZURN NO.
‘A’
‘B’
‘C’
‘D’
‘E’
‘F’
3/4”
1”
1”
1”
1”
1”
1-11
12-32
33-60
61-113
114-154
155-330
5005
5010
5020
5030
5040
5050
W-5
W-10
W-20
W-50
W-75
W-100
100
200
300
400
500
600
All water hammer arresters shall be P.D.I. certified
3.10
3.11
3.12
EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS:
A.
Supplies and Trim: All supplies, hardware, trim, traps, etc. to fixtures and
equipment shall be chrome plated brass if exposed.
B.
Piping Runouts to Fixtures: Provide hot and cold water piping runouts to fixtures
of sizes indicated, but in no case smaller than required by Plumbing Code.
C.
Mechanical Equipment Connections: Connect hot and cold water piping system
to mechanical equipment as indicated. Provide shutoff valve and union for each
connection. Provide drain valve on drain connection. For connections 2-1/2" and
larger, use flanges instead of unions.
IDENTIFICATION:
A.
Identify system components. Comply with requirements for identification
materials and installation in Section 20 01 90 "Mechanical Identification".
B.
Label pressure piping with system operating pressure.
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL:
A.
Inspections: Inspect water distribution piping as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Do not enclose, cover, or put into operation water distribution piping
system until it has been inspected and approved by the authority having
jurisdiction.
During the process of the installation, notify the plumbing official having
jurisdiction, at least 24 hours prior to the time such inspection must be
made. Perform tests specified below in the presence of the plumbing
official.
Rough-in Inspection: Arrange for inspection of the piping system before
being concealed or closed-in after system is roughed-in, and prior to
setting fixtures.
Final Inspection: Arrange for a final inspection by the plumbing official to
observe the tests specified below and to insure compliance with the
requirements of the plumbing code.
Reinspections: Whenever the plumbing official finds that the piping
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B.
Test water distribution piping as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
3.13
system will not pass the test or inspection, make the required corrections
and arrange for reinspection by the plumbing official.
Reports: Prepare inspection reports, signed by the plumbing official.
Test for leaks and defects all new water distribution piping systems and
parts of existing systems which have been altered, extended or repaired.
If testing is performed in segments, submit a separate report for each
test, complete with a diagram of the portion of the system tested.
Leave uncovered and unconcealed all new, altered, extended, or
replaced water distribution piping until it has been tested and approved.
Expose all such work for testing that has been covered or concealed
before it has been tested and approved.
Cap and subject the piping system to a static water pressure of 50 psig
above the operating pressure without exceeding the pressure rating of the
piping system materials. Isolate the test source and allow to stand for a
period of 4 hours. Leaks and loss in test pressure constitute defects
which must be repaired.
Repair all leaks and defects using new materials and retest system or
portion thereof until satisfactory results are obtained.
Prepare reports for all tests and required corrective action.
ADJUSTING AND CLEANING:
A.
Clean and Disinfect water distribution piping as follows:
B.
Purge all new water distribution piping systems and parts of existing systems,
which have been altered, extended, or repaired prior to use.
C.
Hot water piping shall be sterilized with cold water, not heated.
D.
Use the purging and disinfecting procedure prescribed by the authority having
jurisdiction, or in case a method is not prescribed by that authority, the procedure
described in either AWWA C651, or AWWA D105. or as described below:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Flush the piping system with clean, potable water until dirty water does
not appear at the points of outlet.
Fill the system or part thereof, with a water/chlorine solution containing at
least 50 parts per million of chlorine. Isolate (valve off) the system, or part
thereof, and allow to stand for 24 hours.
Drain the system, or part thereof, of the previous solution, and refill with a
water/chlorine solution containing at least 200 parts per million of chlorine
and isolate and allow to stand for 3 hours.
Following the allowed standing time, flush the system with clean potable
water until chlorine does not remain in the water coming for the system.
Purge/flush water systems until all air is removed.
Submit water samples in sterile bottles to the authority having jurisdiction.
Repeat the procedure if the biological examination made by the authority
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shows evidence of contamination.
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E.
Prepare reports for all purging and disinfecting activities.
F.
The Contractor shall be solely responsible for the final delivery of potable water
approved by the Indiana State Department of Health.
COMMISSIONING:
A.
Fill the system.
B.
Check compression tanks to determine that they are not air bound and that the
system is completely full of water.
C.
Before operating the system perform these steps:
1.
2.
Open valves to full open position. Close drain valves, hydrants, and hose
bibbs.
Remove and clean strainers.
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SECTION 22 13 16
Drainage and Vent Systems
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01
RELATED SECTIONS:
A.
1.02
Drawings, general provisions of the Contract, including General and
Supplementary Conditions, and Division-1 Specification Sections and Division 20
Specification Sections, apply to work of this Section.
SUBMITTALS:
A.
Product data for the following products:
1.
2.
3.
1.03
B.
Maintenance data for each piping specialty specified for inclusion in the
Operation and Maintenance.
C.
Inspection reports specified in Part 3 of this Section.
D.
Test reports specified in Part 3 of this Section.
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Regulatory Requirements: Comply with the provisions of the following:
1.
1.04
Drainage piping specialties
Drainage pipe and fittings
Floor drains
Indiana Plumbing Code
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING:
A.
Coordinate the installation of roof drains, flashing, and roof penetrations.
B.
Coordinate the installation of drains in poured-in-place concrete slabs, to include
proper drain elevations, installation of flashing, and slope of slab to drains.
C.
Coordinate with installation of sanitary and storm sewer systems as necessary to
interface building drains with drainage piping systems.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01
MANUFACTURERS:
A.
Manufacturer: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide drainage and
vent systems components from one of the following:
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1.
2.
3.
2.02
Drainage Piping Specialties, including backwater valves, expansion joints,
and vandal-proof vent caps:
a.
Jay R. Smith Mfg. Co.
b.
Josam Mfg. Co.
c.
Wade/Tyler Pipe; Subs. of Tyler Corp.
d.
Watts Drainage Products
e.
Zurn Industries Inc.; Hydromechanics Div.
Heavy-duty No-Hub Couplings
a.
Husky
b.
Tyler
c.
Mission Heavyweight
Floor drains:
a.
Jay R. Smith Co.
b.
Josam Mfg. Co.
c.
Wade/Tyler Pipe; Subs. of Tyler Corp.
d.
Watts Drainage Products
e.
Zurn Industries, Inc.
PIPING MATERIALS:
A.
Comply with requirements in “PART 3 - EXECUTION” for applications of pipe,
tube, fitting materials, and joining methods for specific services, service locations,
and pipe sizes.
B.
Hub-And-Spigot, Cast-Iron Soil Pipe And Fittings: ASTM A74, Service weight,
ASTM C564 rubber gaskets, ASTM B29 calking materials pure lead and oakum
or hemp fiber.
C.
Cast-Iron Soil Pipe: CISPI Standard 301, Service weight, cast-iron soil pipe and
fittings, with neoprene gaskets conforming to CISPI Standard 310.
1.
D.
Hubless Cast-Iron Soil Pipe And Fittings: CISPI Standard 301 or ASTM A888,
Service weight, with heavy-duty couplings containing neoprene gaskets
conforming to ASTM C1540.
1.
2.
3.
E.
Neoprene Compression Gaskets: ASTM C564.
Couplings shall be constructed of 304 stainless-steel shield with
stainless-steel bands and tightening devices; and ASTM C 564, rubber
sleeve with integral, center pipe stop.
Coupling sizes through 4” shall have (4) bands; coupling sizes of 6” to 10”
shall have (6) bands; couplings sizes of 12” and 15” shall have (8) bands.
Pipe and fittings shall have the collective trademark of the Cast Iron Soil
Pipe Institute.
Galvanized Steel Pipe And Fittings: Pipe size 2" and smaller: Schedule 40,
ASTM A53; cast-iron screw joint drainage pattern fittings.
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F.
2.03
Copper DWV And Fittings: Pipe size 2" and smaller: ASTM B306, drawn temper.
(NOT TO BE USED ON URINAL WASTE). Fittings: ASME B16.23, cast copper
or ASME B16.29 wrought copper, solder-joint fittings.
DRAINAGE PIPING SPECIALTIES:
A.
Backwater Valves: Valve assembly shall be bronze fitted cast-iron, with bolted
cover. Flapper shall provide a maximum 1/4 inch clearance between flapper and
seat for air circulation. Valve ends shall suit piping material.
B.
Expansion Joints: Cast-iron body with adjustable bronze sleeve, bronze bolts
with wing nuts.
C.
Cleanout Plugs: Cast-bronze or brass, threads complying with ANSI B2.1,
countersunk head.
D.
Flashing Flanges: Cast-iron watertight stack or wall sleeve with membrane
flashing ring. Provide underdeck clamp and sleeve length as required.
E.
Vent Flashing Sleeves: Cast-iron caulking type roof coupling for cast-iron stacks,
cast-iron threaded type roof coupling for steel stacks, and cast-bronze stack
flashing sleeve for copper tubing.
F.
Cleanouts
1.
Floor Cleanouts “FCO”: Cast-iron body and frames or combination castiron/ABS body and frame; brass cleanout plug; nickel-bronze adjustable
round top. Manufacturer’s standard cast unit of pattern indicated as
follows:
a.
Pattern: Exposed flush type, standard non-slip scoriated finish;
Jay R. Smith 4023. Nickel Bronze Round top.
b.
Pattern: In carpeted areas, Polished Bronze flush type, standard
non-slip scoriated finish, stainless steel carpet marker; Jay R.
Smith 4023Y.
c.
Pattern: In tile, Nickel Bronze, flush type, standard non-slip
scoriated finish: Jay R. Smith 4143, round top.
d.
Pattern: In terrazzo, Nickel Bronze, flush type, standard non-slip
scoriated finish: Jay R. Smith 4183, round top.
2.
Wall Cleanouts: “WCO”: Duco cast iron caulk ferrule with cast bronze
taper threaded plug nickel bronze frame and polished bronze secured
cover flush with wall like Jay R. Smith model 4435.
Exterior Cleanouts “ECO”: Cast iron double flange housing, bronze inner
plug, gasket seal and heavy duty scoriated cast iron cover with lift ring
and cast iron spigot ferrule; Jay R. Smith 4251S-CI.
3.
G.
Floor drains:
1.
General: Provide floor drains of size as indicated on drawings; and type,
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including features, as specified herein.
Floor drain on Grade Type “FD-1”: Cast-iron body with integral trap and
floor cleanout flashing collar, nickel bronze adjustable round strainer head
with secured square hole grate; Jay R. Smith 2041-A.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01
3.02
3.03
3.04
EXAMINATION:
A.
Verify existing grades, inverts, utilities, obstacles, and topographical conditions
prior to installations.
B.
Examine rough-in requirements for plumbing fixtures and other equipment having
drain connections to verify actual locations of piping connections prior to
installation.
C.
Examine walls, floors, roof, and plumbing chases for suitable conditions where
piping and specialties are to be installed.
D.
Do not proceed until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
PREPARATION FOUNDATION FOR UNDERGROUND BUILDING DRAINS:
A.
Grade trench bottoms to provide a smooth, firm, and stable foundation, free from
rock, throughout the length of the pipe.
B.
Remove unstable, soft, and unsuitable materials at the surface upon which pipes
are to be laid and backfill with clean sand or pea gravel to indicated invert
elevation.
C.
Shape bottom of trench to fit bottom of pipe for 90-degrees (bottom 1/4 of the
circumference). Fill unevenness with tamped sand backfill. At each pipe joint dig
bell holes to relieve the bell of the pipe of all loads, and to ensure continuous
bearing of the pipe barrel on the foundation.
PIPE APPLICATIONS – SANITARY DRAIN AND VENT PIPING ABOVE GROUND, WITHIN
BUILDING:
A.
Hubless, Service weight, cast-iron soil pipe and fittings drainage and vent pipe.
B.
Galvanized Steel pipe and fittings drainage and vent pipe.
C.
Copper DWV pipe and fittings drainage and vent pipe.
PIPE APPLICATIONS - SANITARY DRAIN AND VENT PIPING BELOW GROUND, WITHIN
BUILDING:
A.
Hub-and-spigot, service- weight, cast-iron, soil pipe and fittings with gasketed
joints for drainage pipe.
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B.
3.05
PIPE AND TUBE JOINT CONSTRUCTION:
A.
3.06
At contractors option; Install hubless, service weight, cast-iron soil pipe and
fittings for drainage and vent pipe.
Cast-Iron Soil Pipe: Make lead and oakum caulked joints, compression joints,
and hubless joints in accordance with the recommendations in the CISPI Cast
Iron Soil Pipe and Fittings Handbook, Chapter IV.
INSTALLATION:
A.
General Locations and Arrangements: Drawings (plans, schematics, and
diagrams) indicate the general location and arrangement of the piping systems.
Location and arrangement of piping layout take into account many design
considerations. So far as practical, install piping as indicated.
B.
Use fittings for all changes in direction and all branch connections.
C.
Install exposed piping at right angles or parallel to building walls. Diagonal runs
are not permitted, unless expressly indicated.
D.
Install piping free of sags or bends and with ample space between piping to
permit proper insulation applications.
E.
Horizontal pipe and fittings 5 inches and larger must be suitably braced to
prevent horizontal movement, at every branch opening or change of direction by
use of braces, blocks, rodding or other approved method, to prevent movement
or joint separation.
F.
Conceal all pipe installations in walls, pipe chases, utility spaces, above ceilings,
below grade or floors, unless indicated to be exposed to view.
G.
Install piping tight to slabs, beams, joists, columns, walls, and other permanent
elements of the building. Allow sufficient space above removable ceiling panels
to allow for panel removal.
H.
Exterior Wall Penetrations: Seal pipe penetrations through exterior walls using
sleeves and mechanical sleeve seals.
I.
Fire Barrier Penetrations: Where pipes pass through fire rated walls, partitions,
ceilings, and floors, maintain the fire rated integrity. Refer to Division 7 for
special sealers and materials. All piping penetrations through fire rated walls
shall be cast iron.
J.
Make changes in direction for drainage and vent piping using appropriate 45
degree wyes, half-wyes, or long sweep quarter, sixth, eighth, or sixteenth bends.
Sanitary tees or short quarter bends may be used on vertical stacks of drainage
lines where the change in direction of flow is from horizontal to vertical, except
use long-turn tees where two fixtures are installed back to back and have a
common drain. Straight tees, elbows, and crosses may be used on vent lines.
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No change in direction of flow greater than 90 degrees shall be made. Where
different sizes of drainage pipes and fittings are connected, use proper size,
standard increasers and reducers. Reduction of the size of drainage piping in
the direction of flow is prohibited
3.07
K.
Install underground building drains to conform with the plumbing code, and in
accordance with the Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute Engineering Manual. Lay
underground building drains beginning at low point of systems, true to grades
and alignment indicated with unbroken continuity of invert. Place bell ends of
piping facing upstream. Install required gaskets in accordance with
manufacturer's recommendations for use of lubricants, cements, and other
special installation requirements. Maintain swab or drag in line and pull past
each joint as it is completed.
L.
Install building drain pitched down at minimum slope of 1/4 inch per foot (2
percent) for piping 2 inch and smaller, and 1/8 inch per foot (1 percent) for piping
larger than 2” unless otherwise noted on the Drawings.
M.
Extend building drain to connect to sewer piping, of size and in location indicated
for service entrance to building. Sewer piping is specified in a separate section
of Division 33.
HANGERS AND SUPPORTS:
A.
General: Hangers, supports, and anchor devices are specified in Section 20 01
40 "SUPPORTS AND ANCHORS". Conform to the table below for maximum
spacing of supports.
B.
Install the following pipe attachments:
C.
Adjustable steel clevis hangers for individual horizontal runs less than 20 feet in
length.
D.
Install hangers at the following intervals:
PIPE MATERIAL
Cast-Iron Pipe
Copper Tubing - 1-1/4"
and smaller
Copper Tubing - 1-1/2"
and larger
E.
3.08
MAX HORIZ SPACING MAX VERT SPACING
5
15
6
10
10
10
Additional hangers and supports requirements for, horizontal Cast-Iron pipe; refer
to Indiana Plumbing Code.
INSTALLATION OF PIPING SPECIALTIES:
A.
Install backwater valves in sanitary building drain piping as indicated, and as
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required by the plumbing code. For interior installation, provide cleanout cover
flush to floor centered over backwater valve cover and of adequate size to
remove valve cover for service.
B.
Install expansion joints on vertical risers as indicated, and as required by the
plumbing code.
C.
Above Ground Cleanouts: Install in above ground piping and building drain
piping as indicated, and:
1.
2.
3.
4.
3.09
As required by plumbing code;
At each change in direction of piping greater than 45 degrees;
At minimum intervals of 50' for piping 4" and smaller and 100' for larger
piping;
At base of each vertical soil or waste stack.
D.
Cleanouts Covers: Install floor and wall cleanout covers for concealed piping,
types as indicated.
E.
Flashing Flanges: Install flashing flange and clamping device with each stack
and cleanout passing through waterproof membranes.
F.
Vent Flashing Sleeves: Install on stacks passing through roof, secure over stack
flashing in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
INSTALLATION OF FLOOR DRAINS:
A.
General: Install floor drains in accordance with manufacturer's written
instructions and in locations indicated.
B.
Coordinate flashing work with work of waterproofing and adjoining substrate
work.
C.
Install floor drains at low points of surface areas to be drained, or as indicated.
Set tops of drains flush with finished floor.
D.
Install drain flashing collar or flange so that no leakage occurs between drain and
adjoining flooring.
E.
Maintain integrity of waterproof membranes, where penetrated.
F.
Position drains so that they are accessible and easy to maintain.
G.
Waterproof each floor drain above ground by providing a 16-inch x 16-inch
flashing constructed in place using 40 mil chlorinated polyethylene sheets
(Chloraloy 240). Install using manufacturers recommended procedure and in
accordance with the Plumbing Code. Installation of flashing shall be coordinated
with the floor construction.
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3.10
3.11
CONNECTIONS:
A.
Piping Runouts to Fixtures: Provide drainage and vent piping runouts to
plumbing fixtures and drains, with approved trap, of sizes indicated; but in no
case smaller than required by the plumbing code.
B.
Locate piping runouts as close as possible to bottom of floor slab supporting
fixtures or drains.
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL:
A.
Inspections
1.
2.
3.
4.
B.
Do not enclose, cover, or put into operation drainage and vent piping
system until it has been inspected and approved by the authority having
jurisdiction.
During the progress of the installation, notify the plumbing official having
jurisdiction, at least 24 hours prior to the time such inspection must be
made. Perform tests specified below in the presence of the plumbing
official.
a.
Rough-in Inspection: Arrange for inspection of the piping system
before concealed or closed-in after system is roughed-in, and prior
to setting fixtures.
b.
Final Inspection: Arrange for a final inspection by the plumbing
official to observe the tests specified below and to insure
compliance with the requirements of the plumbing code.
Re-inspections: Whenever the piping system fails to pass the test or
inspection, make the required corrections, and arrange for re-inspection
by the plumbing official.
Reports: Prepare inspection reports, signed by the plumbing official.
Piping System Test drainage and vent system as follows:
1.
2.
3.
Test for leaks and defects in all new drainage and vent piping systems
and parts of existing systems, which have been altered, extended or
repaired. If testing is performed in segments, submit a separate report for
each test, complete with a diagram of the portion of the system tested.
Leave uncovered and unconcealed all new, altered, extended, or
replaced drainage and vent piping until it has been tested and approved.
Expose all such work for testing that has been covered or concealed
before it has been tested and approved.
Rough Plumbing Test Procedure: Except for outside leaders and
perforated or open jointed drain tile, test the piping of plumbing drainage
and venting systems upon completion of the rough piping installation.
Tightly close all openings in the piping system, and fill with water to the
point of overflow, but not less than 10 feet head of water. Water column
shall be maintained for 4 hours with no leaks. Water level shall not drop
during the period from 15 minutes before the inspection starts, through
completion of the inspection. Inspect all joints for leaks.
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4.
5.
6.
3.12
3.13
Finished Plumbing Test Procedure: After the plumbing fixtures have
been set and their traps filled with water, their connections shall be tested
and proved gas and water-tight. Plug the stack openings on the roof and
building drain where it leaves the building, and introduce air into the
system equal to a pressure of 1" water column. Use a "U" tube or
manometer inserted in the trap of a water closet to measure this
pressure. Air pressure shall remain constant without the introduction of
additional air throughout the period of inspection. Inspect all plumbing
fixture connections for gas and water leaks.
Repair all leaks and defects using new materials and retest system or
portion thereof until satisfactory results are obtained.
Prepare reports for all tests and required corrective action.
ADJUSTING AND CLEANING:
A.
Clean interior of piping system. Remove dirt and debris as work progresses.
B.
Clean drain strainers, domes, and traps. Remove dirt and debris.
PROTECTION:
A.
Protect drains during remainder of construction period, to avoid clogging with dirt
and debris, and to prevent damage from traffic and construction work.
B.
Place plugs in ends of uncompleted piping at end of day or whenever work stops.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 22 40 00
Plumbing Fixtures
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01
1.02
RELATED SECTIONS:
A.
Drawings, general provisions of the Contract, including General and
Supplementary Conditions, and Division-1 Specification Sections and Division 20
Specification Sections, apply to work of this Section.
B.
Separate grab bar and toilet accessories are not an integral part of plumbing
fixtures and are specified in Division 10.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
A.
Extent of plumbing fixtures work required by this Section is indicated on drawings
and schedules, and by requirements of this Section.
B.
Types of plumbing fixtures specified in this Section include the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
C.
1.03
Water Closets
Lavatories
Sinks
Showers Units
Refer to Division 26 Sections for field-installed electrical wiring required for water
coolers, food waste disposers and other plumbing fixtures; not work of this
Section.
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Plumbing Fixture Standards: Comply with applicable portions of the Indiana
Plumbing Code herein referred to as the Plumbing Code.
B.
ANSI Standards: Comply with applicable ANSI standards pertaining to plumbing
fixtures and systems, and bath tub units including the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
C.
ANSI A112.6.1 – Supports for Off-the-Floor Plumbing Fixtures for Public
Use.
ANSI A112.18.1 – Plumbing Fixture Fittings.
ANSI A112.19.1 – Enameled Cast Iron Plumbing Fixtures.
ANSI A112.19.2 – Vitreous China Plumbing Fixtures.
ANSI A112.19.3 – Stainless Steel Plumbing Fixtures (Designed for
Residential Use).
ANSI Z358.1 – Emergency Eye Wash and Shower Equipment.
PDI Compliance: Comply with standards established by PDI pertaining to
plumbing fixture supports.
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1.04
1.05
D.
NAHB Label: Provide fiberglass bath tub units and shower stalls which have
been tested and labeled by NAHB Research Foundation, Inc.
E.
UL Compliance: Construct water coolers in accordance with UL Standard 399
"Drinking-Water Coolers," and provide UL-listing and label.
F.
ASHRAE Compliance: Test and rate water coolers in accordance with ASHRAE
Standard 18 "Method of Testing for Rating Drinking Water Coolers with SelfContained Mechanical Refrigeration Systems."
G.
ARI Compliance: Construct and install water coolers in accordance with ARI
Standard 1010 "Drinking-Fountains and Self-Contained MechanicallyRefrigerated Drinking-Water Coolers," and provide Certification Symbol.
H.
ANSI Compliance: Construct and install barrier-free plumbing fixtures in
accordance with ANSI Standard A117.1 "Specifications for making buildings and
facilities accessible to and usable by physically handicapped people."
I.
ASSE Compliance: ASSE 1037 – Flushometers (Pressurized Flushing Devices)
J.
ADA Compliance: Construct and install barrier-free plumbing fixtures in
accordance with Title III of the ADA of 1990 accessibility guidelines for buildings
and facilities.
K.
IBC Compliance: Construct and install barrier-free plumbing fixtures in
accordance with IBC Chapter 11 - Accessibility for Public Accommodations and
Commercial Facilities, as adopted and amended by the State of Indiana, latest
enforced edition.
SUBMTTALS:
A.
Product Data: Submit Manufacturer's Technical Product Data and installation
instructions for each fixture, faucet, specialty, accessory, and trim specified;
clearly indicate rated capacities of selected models.
B.
Shop Drawings: Submit rough-in drawings. Detail dimensions, rough-in
requirements, required clearances, and methods of assembly of components and
anchorages. Coordinate requirements with Architectural Woodwork shop
drawings for fixtures installed in countertops and cabinets. Furnish templates for
use in woodwork shop.
C.
Maintenance Data: Submit maintenance data and parts lists for each type of
plumbing fixture and accessory; including "trouble-shooting" maintenance guide.
Include this data and produce data in maintenance manual; in accordance with
requirements of Division-1.
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING:
A.
Deliver plumbing fixtures, specialties, accessories, and trim individually wrapped
in factory-fabricated containers.
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B.
Handle plumbing fixtures specialties, accessories, and trim carefully to prevent
breakage, chipping and scoring fixture finish. Do not install damaged plumbing
fixtures specialties, accessories, or trim; replace and return damaged units to
equipment manufacturer.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01
2.02
2.03
GENERAL:
A.
General: Provide factory-fabricated fixtures of type, style and material indicated.
For each type fixture, provide trim and fittings including faucets, supplies, stops,
traps, tailpieces, waste nipples, hangers, plates, brackets, anchors, supports,
hardware, and fastening devices required for a complete installation.
B.
All vitreous china plumbing fixtures shall be furnished by the same manufacturer
for each product specified throughout.
C.
All fixture trim shall be by same manufacturer for each product specified
throughout.
MATERIALS:
A.
Provide materials which have been selected for their surface flatness and
smoothness. Exposed surfaces which exhibit pitting, seam marks, roller marks,
foundry sand holes, stains, discoloration, or other surface imperfections on
finished units are not acceptable.
B.
Where fixture trim and accessories are exposed or semi-exposed, provide bright
chrome-plated or polished stainless steel units. Provide copper or brass where
not exposed.
C.
Stainless Steel: ASTM A 167, Type 302/304, hardest workable temper, with No.
4 finish having, bright, directional polish on exposed surfaces.
D.
Vitreous China: High Quality, free from fire cracks, spots, blisters, pinholes and
specks; glaze exposed surfaces, and test for crazing resistance in accordance
with ASTM C 554.
E.
Fiberglass: ANS1 Z124, smooth surfaced, with color selected by
Architect/Engineer.
F.
Synthetic Stone: High quality, free from defects, glaze on exposed surfaces, stain
resistant.
WATER CLOSETS (WALL HUNG FLUSH VALVE):
A.
Water Closet (WC-1): 1.6 GPF/1.1GPF, ADA compliant, white vitreous china,
wall hung, siphon jet, elongated bowl with top spud.
1.
Kohler K-4325 Kingston.
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3.
4.
2.04
LAVATORIES (WALL HUNG):
A.
Lavatory (L-1): ADA compliant, 21" x 18" white vitreous china, high back basin
for concealed arm bracket, open grid strainer and with faucet holes on 4” centers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
2.05
Kohler K-2005 Kingston.
Chicago Faucet 802-VE2805ABCP, 0.5 GPM, color index lever handles,
vandal resistant, adjustable slow closing supply fitting.
Grid strainer, drain assembly.
Adjustable two piece cast-brass P-trap with cleanout with escutcheon.
Chicago Faucet 1017-CP supply pipes with loose key stops, lock shield
caps, wall flanges, and flexible tube risers.
Insulate waste and water supplies.
J.R. Smith 700 floor mount concealed arm support.
SINKS (STAINLESS STEEL SINGLE COMPARTMENT):
A.
Sink (SK-1): ADA compliant, 22" x 19" O.D., single compartment, 18-gauge
stainless steel, self-rim counter inset, off center rear drain, three hole ledge sink
with 5-1/2" deep bowl.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2.06
ASSE 1037- Flushometer Valve;
a.
Sloan WES-111, upper-cut, dual-flush, exposed, quiet-operating
diaphragm type, chrome plated flushometer valve. Valve shall be
non-hold-open with no external volume adjustment, vacuum
breaker with bottom hex coupling nut, screwdriver stop with (free
spinning), vandal resistant stop cap and sweat solder adapter kit
with cast set screw wall flange.
Bemis 1655CT white solid plastic, open front, integral check seat, less
cover.
J.R. Smith combination carrier fitting support with exposed flush valve
supply support and anchor foot.
Elkay LRAD2219.
Chicago Faucet 786-E35-369ABCP, 8” fix centers, 5-1/4” rigid/swing
gooseneck spout, 1.5 GPM aerator. 2-3/8” vandal proof lever handles.
Elkay LK-35 standard duo strainer with tailpiece.
Adjustable two-piece chrome plated cast-brass P-trap with cleanout with
escutcheon.
Insulate waste and water supplies.
Chicago Faucet 1017-CP supply pipes with loose key stops, lock shield
caps, wall flanges, and flexible tube risers.
SHOWERS UNITS (BARRIER FREE):
A.
Shower Unit “Transfer” (SU-1): ADA Compliant, 38” x 38 1/4" x 76 3/4", one
piece, open top, fiberglass, 3 year warranty, grab bars, fold up white HDPE seat,
3/4” no recess threshold, recessed soap dish, curtain rod, center drain, chrome
strainer, collapsible water dam with end caps, heavy duty weighted vinyl curtain.
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1.
2.
2.07
Oasis #SHFW-3837-ADA-LS (Right hand valve).
Shower Head and Mixing Valve: ADA Compliant, Symmons "Temptrol"
96-300-B30-L-V-X single control pressure balanced shower mixing valve
with lever handle, adjustable stop screw to limit handle turn, high
temperature limit stop set in field at 110°F., wall/hand shower with 5’-0”
flexible metal hose, in-line vacuum breaker, wall connection and flange,
30” slide bar for hand shower mounting, chrome finish, 2.0 GPM flow
restrictor.
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS:
A.
Subject to compliance with requirements, provide plumbing fixtures of one of the
following:
B.
WATER CLOSETS, URINALS, AND LAVATORIES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
C.
FLUSH VALVES:
1.
2.
3.
D.
Bemis Mfg. Co.
Beneke Corp.
Centoco Mfg. Corp.
Church Products
Olsonite Corp.
Sperzel Ind.
FIXTURE CARRIERS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
F.
Coyne and Delany Co.
Sloan Valve Co.
Zurn Industries, Inc.: Hydro Mechanics Div.
WATER CLOSET SEATS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
E.
American Standard
Crane Co.
Eljer
Kohler Co.
Sloan
Zurn
J.R. Smith Mfg. Co.
Josam Mg. Co.
MIFAB
Wade Div.
Watts Drainage Products
Zurn Industries, Inc.
SINKS:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
G.
STOPS AND SUPPLY TUBING:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
H.
American Standard
Crane
Dearborn
Eljer
Kohler Co.
McGuire
Sanitary-Dash
Zurn Aqua-Spec
ADA INSULATION KITS
1.
2.
3.
K.
American Standard
Cambridge Brass; Div. of Masco Corp.
Chicago Faucet Co.
Delta Faucet Co; Div. of Masco Corp.
Eljer Plumbing Ware
Elkay Mfg. Co.
Kohler Co.
Moen Commercial
Speakman
Symmons
T & S Brass and Bronze Works, Inc.
Zurn Aqua-Spec
LAVATORY/SINK P-TRAPS AND TAILPIECES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
J.
American Standard
Brass Craft (Commercial-Heavy Pattern)
Chicago Faucet Co.
Kohler Co.
McGuire
T & S Brass and Bronze Works. Inc.
Zurn Aqua-Spec
LAVATORY/SINK FAUCETS AND TRIM:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
I.
American Standard
Elkay Mfg. Co.
Franke
Just Mfg. Co.
Moen Commercial
Plumberex
SKAL – GARD
Truebro
CONVENTIONAL SHOWER AND SHOWER VALVES
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
L.
Chicago Faucet Co.
Leonard Valve Co.
Powers Regulator Co.
Speakman Co.
Symmons Ind., Co.
Zurn Aqua-Spec
MOLDED TUBS AND SHOWER UNITS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Aquarius Industries, Inc.
Bradley Corp.
E.L. Mustee and Sons, Inc.
Eljer Plumbing Ware
Kohler Co.
Lasco Div. of Philips Industries, Inc.
Oasis
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01
INSPECTION:
A.
3.02
Installer of rough-in work of potable water and waste piping systems to verify
actual locations of piping connections prior to installing fixtures. Examine floors
and substrates, and conditions under which fixture work is to be accomplished.
Correct any incorrect locations of piping, and other unsatisfactory conditions for
installation of plumbing fixtures. Do not proceed with work until unsatisfactory
conditions have been corrected in manner acceptable to Installer.
INSTALLATION OF PLUMBING FIXTURES:
A.
General: Install plumbing fixtures of types indicated where shown and at
indicated heights: in accordance with fixture manufacturer's written instructions,
rough-in drawings, and with recognized industry practices. Ensure that plumbing
fixtures comply with requirements and serve intended purposes. Comply with
applicable requirements of The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, The
Indiana Handicapped Code, ANSI A117.1 and The Plumbing Code pertaining to
installation of plumbing fixtures.
B.
Fasten plumbing fixtures securely to indicated supports or building structure; and
ensure that fixtures are level and plumb. Install all hardware, supports and
fasteners provide with each fixture. Secure plumbing supplies behind or within
wall construction so as to be rigid, and not subject to pull or push movement.
C.
Protect installed fixtures from damage during remainder of construction period.
D.
Caulk around all wall or floor mounted fixtures using nonporous-bond silicone
rubber mold/mildew resistant acid type sealant depositing a uniform continuous
ribbon without gaps or air pockets, and with complete "wetting" of joint bond
surfaces equally on opposite sides. Fill sealant rabbet to a slightly concave
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surface, slightly below adjoining surfaces. Where horizontal joints are between a
horizontal and vertical surface, fill joints to form a slight cove, so that joint will not
trap moisture and dirt.
E.
Waterproof each shower room floor above ground by providing a completely
waterproof pan constructed in place using 40 mil chlorinated polyethylene sheets
(Chloraloy 240). Install using manufacturers recommended procedure and in
accordance with the Plumbing Code. Joints and/or seams shall be welded type
with comer ears first folded and then welded. Fabrication of pan shall be
coordinated with the shower wall construction, with the fitting of the tile of prime
importance.
F.
Flush Controls designated as "barrier free" which are hand operated or automatic
shall comply with The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Article 4.16.5 and
4.27.4. Controls for flush valves shall be mounted on the wide side of toilet areas
no more than 44 inches above the floor to centerline of trip lever/push button for
use by adults.
G.
Do not allow use of fixtures for temporary facilities unless expressly approved in
writing by the Owner.
MOUNTING HEIGHTS SCHEDULE
FIXTURE
MOUNTING HEIGHT
Water Closet
Wheelchair Water Closet
15” floor to seat
18” floor to seat
Lavatory or Sink
Barrier Free Lavatories
31” floor to rim
29” Min. Knee Clearance
Barrier Free Shower Head
48” to 72” floor to head
Barrier Free Shower Valve
35” to 48” floor to valve
Grab Bars in Showers and Tubs 54” floor to center for upper bar,
33” to 36” floor to centers for lower bar
3.03
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL:
A.
Upon completion of installation of plumbing fixtures and after units are water
pressurized, test fixtures to demonstrate capability and compliance with
requirements. When possible, correct malfunctioning units at site and then retest
to demonstrate compliance: otherwise, remove and replace with new units and
proceed with retesting.
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B.
3.04
3.05
Inspect each installed unit for damage to finish. If feasible, restore and match
finish to original at site; otherwise, remove fixture and replace with new unit.
Feasibility and match to be judged by Architect/Engineer. Remove cracked or
dented units and replace with new units.
ADJUSTING AND CLEANING:
A.
Clean plumbing fixtures, trim and strainers of dirt and debris upon completion of
installation.
B.
Adjust water pressure at drinking fountains, faucets, shower valves, and flush
valves to provide proper flow stream and specified gpm.
C.
Adjust or replace washers to prevent leaks at faucets and stops.
EXTRA STOCK:
A.
General: Furnish special wrenches and other devices necessary for servicing
plumbing fixtures and trim to Owner with receipt. Furnish one device for every 10
units.
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