Wilkes Science Building Vol. 1 Comments
February 15, 2012 Mr. William Weber Plan Reviewer Advanced Code Group 49 South Main Street Suite 302 Pittston, PA 18640 RE: New Science Building for Wilkes University, Code Comments Vol. 1 Mr. Weber: In response to the questions posed in your letter dated February 9, 2012 we offer the following: 1. Drawing A001 identifies floors having gross area of 17,930 GSF with the roof at only 1,525 GSF. In order to correctly calculate the roof drainage we would like to verify this. A. The 1,525 GSF refers to the interior conditioned space. The total roof area is 17,930 GSF. If needed I can provide a breakdown of the areas of roof surface materials (PVC Membrane, vegetated roof, rubber pavers, greenhouse glazing). 2. A. Drawing A413 does not indicate the ADA distances from walls etc. It does have the correct heights of the fixtures (ICC/ANSI A117.1 Section 605). See attached A413R with additional dimensions for: • Toilet locations – See item 4 below. • Toilet stall clearances – 60”w x 60”d as per ICC/ANSI A117.1 Figure 602.8.2. • Locations of required 30”x48” clear floor areas at lavatories and urinals. 3. Drawing A413 does not identify toe clearance for the HC water closet compartment. A. See attached A413R with additional dimensions for the toe clearance. The bottom of the ceiling hung toilet partitions is 1’-0” above finish floor, exceeding the 9 inch vertical clearance and 6” horizontal clearance requirement as per 604.8.5 Toe Clearance in ICC/ANSI A117.1. 4. Does not indicate the horizontal location of the Water Closet from the wall, the height of the W/C, the height of the mirror’s reflective surface or the height of the urinal. A. See attached A413R with additional dimensions for the location of the: • Horizontal location of the water closet - 18” from centerline to the wall as per ICC/ANSI A117.1 Section 604.2. • Height of the accessible water closet – 18” A.F.F. as per ICC/ANSI A117.1 Section 604.4. • Height of the bottom of the mirror’s reflective surface – 3’-0” A.F.F. as per ICC/ANSI A117.1 Section 603.3. • Height of the urinal – 2’-0” A.F.F. based on IBC 2009 1109.2.4 – Where no more than one urinal is provided in a toilet or bathing room, the urinal is not required to be accessible. 5. Drawings A611 thru A617 do not address details of the Curtain Wall to cover any thermal data or fire retardency. A. See attached Section 084413 Glazed Aluminum Curtain Walls from the project specifications which outlines the performance requirements of the curtain wall. Thermal performance is addressed in paragraph 1.3.H Energy Performance. See also, Section 088000 Glazing which outlines the performance requirements of the vision and spandrel glass. The vision glass in the curtain wall is GL-6 described in paragraph 2.11 Insulating Glass Types. The details for fire safing at the junction of the curtain wall and the floor slabs is shown on details 4/A317 and 5/A317. The detail for the fire safing between the west wall of Stair 1 and the curtain wall is shown on detail 3/A322. See attached letter from Nalls Architecture for response to questions 6 and 7. See attached letter from E.D. Pons and Associates for the response to question 8. Regards, Thomas E. Breslin Project Architect Cc: Mr. Michael Simonson Assistant Director of Operations Operations Department City of Wilkes-Barre February 10, 2012 R O B E R T E. N A L L S , A I A Principal RE: Wilkes University Science Building R I C H A R D J. L I N S K Y , A I A Associate P R I S C I L L A T . N A L L S , A I CP , P P Director of Planning To whom it may concern: We offer the following information in response to items 6 and 7 of the volume 1 plan review of February 9, 2012. Comment 6) AL461 indicates an emergency shower in the corridor; this appears to leave a level walking surface of 3 ft. around this. Please ensure that the slope complies with the ADA walking surface. Response 6) The emergency showers are located in corridors that are not specified to have any changes in level. As such, the walking surface for 3 ft. around the emergency shower will be level, complying with the ADA requirements. Where floor drains are provided in the vicinity of the emergency shower, the floor shall slope to the drain, but the slope shall be less than 1:20 parallel to the corridor and less than 1:48 perpendicular to the corridor. Comment 7) Drawing AL802 shows the lab faucets with twist controls. Ensure that these meet ADA requirements for operation. Response 7) Drawing AL802 gives a diagrammatic view of the faucet and is not intended to specify the product. The sinks are labeled on the enlarged laboratory plans AL450-466 with “LS-#” indicators that key to a “Lab Sink Schedule” on AL902. The “HW+CW Faucet” column indicates the fixture type to be used at each sink type as specified in Division 12 of the project manual. The project manual shows that HCW-2 is specified as an accessible, paddle-handle model; however, HCW-1 was indicated at accessible sinks. Therefore, we will revise the Lab Sink Schedule on AL902 to correctly indicate HCW-2 for all accessible sinks. Sincerely, Nalls Architecture, Inc. 201 Sabine Avenue Suite 200 Narberth, PA 19072-1611 610.667.9551 610.667.9553 fax Robert E. Nalls, AIA President www.nallsarch.com A R C H I T E C T U R E P L A N N I N G I N T E R I O R D E S I G N February 15, 2012 Mr. William Weber Advanced Code Group 49 S. Main St. Suite 302 Pittston, PA 18640 RE: New Science Building for Wilkes University Response to Code Compliance Review Comments Dear Mr. Weber: I am writing in response to your code review comments for the New Wilkes University Science Building dated February 9, 2012. I am responding to comment 8 which is directly related to the structural drawings. 8. “On drawing S402 there is only an identification that the contractor is not exempt from special inspections and not what those inspections are. This should be identified up front” This comment is in reference to note 15 under general on drawing S402. It is not the intent of the note to imply that the contractor will be responsible for special inspections. All special inspections will be performed by the owner. Based upon the scope of work and the requirements of IBC Chapter 17 the special inspections will include: 1704.2 1704.3 Steel Fabrication of structural load-bearing members and assemblies Welding Weld Filler Materials Steel Frame Joint Details High Strength Bolts, Nuts, & Washers 1704.4 Concrete Materials Reinforcing Steel 1704.5 Masonry 1704.7 Existing Site Soil Conditions, Fill Placement, Load Bearing Requirements If you require additional information, please contact me with any additional questions or comments. Sincerely, Vincent A. Griffin, P.E. e.d. pons and associates, inc. Wilkes University New Science Building December 9, 2011 SECTION 084413 - GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 RELATED DOCUMENTS A. 1.2 Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. SUMMARY A. This Section includes conventionally glazed aluminum curtain walls and window wall units installed as stick or unitized systems and the following components installed in openings within new wall construction. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B. Related Sections: 1. 2. 3. 1.3 Aluminum and glass door assemblies including hardware. Operable and fixed aluminum windows including hardware. Exterior and interior manual-swing and automatic swing entrance doors and door-frame units and hardware. Joint sealants within curtain wall system. Custom exterior curtain wall access lites in Lounge 201, 301, and 401. Division 07 Section "Joint Sealants" for installation of joint sealants installed with glazed aluminum curtain walls and for sealants to the extent not specified in this Section. Division 08 Section “Glazing” and “Sloped Glazing Assemblies” for sloped glazing. Division 08 Section “Automatic Door Operators”. PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS A. General Performance: Comply with performance requirements specified, as determined by testing of glazed aluminum curtain walls representing those indicated for this Project without failure due to defective manufacture, fabrication, installation, or other defects in construction. 1. 2. Glazed aluminum curtain walls shall withstand movements of supporting structure including, but not limited to, story drift, twist, column shortening, long-term creep, and deflection from uniformly distributed and concentrated live loads. Failure also includes the following: a. b. c. d. e. B. Thermal stresses transferring to building structure. Glass breakage. Noise or vibration created by wind and thermal and structural movements. Loosening or weakening of fasteners, attachments, and other components. Failure of operating units. Structural Loads: 1. Wind Loads: 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 1 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building a. b. c. C. 2. 3. When tested at positive and negative wind-load design pressures, assemblies do not evidence deflection exceeding specified limits. When tested at 150 percent of positive and negative wind-load design pressures, assemblies, including anchorage, do not evidence material failures, structural distress, and permanent deformation of main framing members exceeding 0.2 percent of span. Test Durations: As required by design wind velocity, but not less than 10 seconds. Deflection of Framing Members: At design wind pressure, as follows: 1. 2. Deflection Normal to Wall Plane: Limited to 1/175 of clear span for spans up to 13 feet 6 inches and to 1/240 of clear span plus 1/4 inch for spans greater than 13 feet 6 inches or an amount that restricts edge deflection of individual glazing lites to 3/4 inch, whichever is less. Deflection Parallel to Glazing Plane: Limited to amount not exceeding that which reduces glazing bite to less than 75 percent of design dimension and that which reduces edge clearance between framing members and glazing or other fixed components to less than 1/8 inch. a. 3. E. Basic Wind Speed: 90 mph. Importance Factor: 1.00. Exposure Category: B. Structural-Test Performance: Test according to ASTM E 330 as follows: 1. D. December 9, 2011 Operable Units: Provide a minimum 1/16-inch clearance between framing members and operable units. Cantilever Deflection: Where framing members overhang an anchor point, limit deflection to two times the length of cantilevered member, divided by 175. Seismic Performance: Glazed aluminum curtain walls shall withstand the effects of earthquake motions determined according to SEI/ASCE 7. 1. Component Importance Factor is 1.0. F. Water Penetration under Static Pressure: No evidence of water penetration through fixed glazing and framing areas when tested according to ASTM E 331 at a minimum static-air-pressure differential of 20 percent of positive wind-load design pressure, but not less than 6.24 lbf/sq. ft.. G. Thermal Movements: Allow for thermal movements resulting from the following maximum change (range) in ambient and surface temperatures: 1. 2. 3. H. Temperature Change (Range): 120 deg F, ambient; 180 deg F, material surfaces. Test Interior Ambient-Air Temperature: 75 deg F (24 deg C). Test Performance: No buckling; stress on glass; sealant failure; excess stress on framing, anchors, and fasteners; or reduction of performance when tested according to AAMA 501.5. Energy Performance: Glazed aluminum curtain walls shall have certified and labeled energy performance ratings in accordance with NFRC. 1. 2. Thermal Transmittance (U-factor): Fixed glazing and framing areas shall have U-factor of not more than 0.45 Btu/sq. ft. x h x deg F as determined according to NFRC 100. Solar Heat Gain Coefficient: Fixed glazing and framing areas shall have a solar heat gain coefficient of no greater than 0.27 as determined according to NFRC 200. 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 2 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 3. 4. I. Air Infiltration: Maximum air leakage through fixed glazing and framing areas of 0.30 cfm/sq. ft. of fixed wall area as determined according to ASTM E 283 at a minimum static-air-pressure differential of 6.24 lbf/sq. ft. Condensation Resistance: Fixed glazing and framing areas shall have an NFRC- certified condensation resistance rating of no less than 45 as determined according to NFRC 500. Sound Transmission: Provide glazed aluminum curtain walls with fixed glazing and framing areas having the following sound-transmission characteristics: 1. 1.4 December 9, 2011 Outdoor-Indoor Transmission Class: Minimum 34 when tested for laboratory sound transmission loss according to ASTM E 90 and determined by ASTM E 1332. SUBMITTALS A. Product Data: For each type of product indicated. Include construction details, material descriptions, dimensions of individual components and profiles, and finishes. B. LEED Submittal: 1. C. Product Data for Credit EQ 4.1: For glazing sealants used inside of the weatherproofing system, including printed statement of VOC content. Shop Drawings: For glazed aluminum curtain walls, doors and windows. Include plans, elevations, sections, full-size details, and attachments to other work. 1. 2. 3. Include details of provisions for assembly expansion and contraction and for draining moisture occurring within the assembly to the exterior. Include full-size isometric details of each vertical-to-horizontal intersection of glazed aluminum curtain walls, showing the following: a. Joinery, including concealed welds. b. Anchorage. c. Expansion provisions. d. Glazing. e. Flashing and drainage. f. Operable sash and hardware at window sills. g. Doors and hardware. h. Custom exterior curtain wall access lites in Lounges 201, 301, and 401. i. Horizontal guard rails at interior of curtain wall. Include details of different wall opening conditions (e.g. straight, curved). D. Samples for Verification: For each type of exposed finish required, in manufacturer's standard sizes. E. Fabrication Sample: Of each vertical-to-horizontal intersection of assemblies, made from 12-inch lengths of full-size components and showing details of the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Joinery, including concealed welds. Anchorage. Expansion provisions. Glazing. Flashing and drainage. 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 3 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building December 9, 2011 F. Entrance Door Hardware Schedule: Prepared by or under the supervision of supplier, detailing fabrication and assembly of entrance door hardware, as well as procedures and diagrams. Coordinate final entrance door hardware schedule with doors, frames, and related work to ensure proper size, thickness, hand, function, and finish of entrance door hardware. G. Qualification Data: For qualified Installer. H. Seismic Qualification Certificates: For glazed aluminum curtain walls, accessories, and components. 1. Basis for Certification: Indicate whether withstand certification is based on actual test of assembled components or on calculation. I. Welding certificates. J. Energy Performance Certificates: For glazed aluminum curtain walls, accessories, and components, from manufacturer. 1. Basis for Certification: NFRC-certified energy performance values for each glazed aluminum curtain wall. K. Product Test Reports: Based on evaluation of comprehensive tests performed by a qualified preconstruction testing agency, for glazed aluminum curtain walls, indicating compliance with performance requirements. L. Warranties: Sample of special warranties. M. Steel Procurement Documentation: The contractor must provide documentation including, but not limited to: invoices, bills of lading, and mill certification demonstrating that all steel products are U.S. manufactured as per Part I Chapter 45 Steel Products Procurement Act (see appendix I). 1.5 CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS A. 1.6 Maintenance Data: For glazed aluminum curtain walls to include in maintenance manuals. QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Manufacturer Qualifications: A manufacturer capable of fabricating glazed aluminum curtain walls that meet or exceed energy performance requirements indicated and of documenting this performance by certification, labeling, and inclusion in lists. B. Installer Qualifications: Manufacturer's authorized representative who is trained and approved for installation of units required for this Project. C. Product Options: Information on Drawings and in Specifications establishes requirements for aesthetic effects and performance characteristics of assemblies. Aesthetic effects are indicated by dimensions, arrangements, alignment, and profiles of components and assemblies as they relate to sightlines, to one another, and to adjoining construction. 1. Do not revise intended aesthetic effects, as judged solely by Architect, except with Architect's approval. If revisions are proposed, submit comprehensive explanatory data to Architect for review. 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 4 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building D. Welding Qualifications: Qualify procedures and personnel according to the following: 1. 2. E. December 9, 2011 AWS D1.1/D1.1M, "Structural Welding Code - Steel." AWS D1.2/D1.2M, "Structural Welding Code - Aluminum." Energy Performance Standards: Comply with NFRC for minimum standards of energy performance, materials, components, accessories, and fabrication. Comply with more stringent requirements if indicated. 1. Provide NFRC-certified glazed aluminum curtain walls with an attached label. F. Accessible Entrances: Comply with applicable provisions in the U.S. Architectural & Transportation Barriers Compliance Board's ADA-ABA Accessibility Guidelines and ICC/ANSI A117.1. G. Mockups: Build mockups to verify selections made under sample submittals and to demonstrate aesthetic effects and set quality standards for fabrication and installation. 1. 2. 3. 4. H. 1.7 Build mockup of typical wall area as shown on Drawings. Field testing shall be performed on mockups according to requirements in "Field Quality Control" Article. Approval of mockups does not constitute approval of deviations from the Contract Documents contained in mockups unless Architect specifically approves such deviations in writing. Approved mockups may become part of the completed Work if undisturbed at time of Substantial Completion. Preinstallation Conference: Conduct conference at Project site. PROJECT CONDITIONS A. Field Measurements: Verify actual locations of structural supports for glazed aluminum curtain walls by field measurements before fabrication and indicate measurements on Shop Drawings. B. Radiused Walls: Coordinate installation at radiused wall locations. 1.8 WARRANTY A. Special Assembly Warranty: Standard form in which manufacturer agrees to repair or replace components of glazed aluminum curtain walls that do not comply with requirements or that fail in materials or workmanship within specified warranty period. 1. Failures include, but are not limited to, the following: a. b. c. d. e. 2. Structural failures including, but not limited to, excessive deflection. Noise or vibration created by wind and thermal and structural movements. Deterioration of metals, metal finishes, and other materials beyond normal weathering. Water penetration through fixed glazing and framing areas. Failure of operating components. Warranty Period: 10 years from date of Substantial Completion. 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 5 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building B. Special Finish Warranty: Standard form in which manufacturer agrees to repair finishes or replace aluminum that shows evidence of deterioration of factory-applied finishes within specified warranty period. 1. Deterioration includes, but is not limited to, the following: a. b. c. 2. 1.9 December 9, 2011 Color fading more than 5 Hunter units when tested according to ASTM D 2244. Chalking in excess of a No. 8 rating when tested according to ASTM D 4214. Cracking, checking, peeling, or failure of paint to adhere to bare metal. Warranty Period: 20 years from date of Substantial Completion. MAINTENANCE SERVICE A. Entrance Door Hardware: 1. 2. Maintenance Tools and Instructions: Furnish a complete set of specialized tools and maintenance instructions as needed for Owner's continued adjustment, maintenance, and removal and replacement of entrance door hardware. Initial Maintenance Service: Beginning at Substantial Completion, provide six months' full maintenance by skilled employees of entrance door hardware Installer. Include quarterly preventive maintenance, repair or replacement of worn or defective components, lubrication, cleaning, and adjusting as required for proper entrance door hardware operation at rated speed and capacity. Provide parts and supplies the same as those used in the manufacture and installation of original equipment. PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 MANUFACTURERS A. Basis-of-Design Product: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide Kawneer; 1600, System 1 or comparable product by one of the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 2.2 United States Aluminum. Wausau Window and Wall Systems. YKK AP America Inc. Alumil, Corp. MATERIALS A. Aluminum: Alloy and temper recommended by manufacturer for type of use and finish indicated. 1. 2. 3. 4. B. Sheet and Plate: ASTM B 209. Extruded Bars, Rods, Profiles, and Tubes: ASTM B 221. Extruded Structural Pipe and Tubes: ASTM B 429. Structural Profiles: ASTM B 308/B 308M. Steel Reinforcement: Manufacturer's standard zinc-rich, corrosion-resistant primer complying with SSPC-PS Guide No. 12.00; applied immediately after surface preparation and pretreatment. Select 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 6 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building December 9, 2011 surface preparation methods according to recommendations in SSPC-SP COM and prepare surfaces according to applicable SSPC standard. 1. 2. 3. 2.3 Structural Shapes, Plates, and Bars: ASTM A 36/A 36M. Cold-Rolled Sheet and Strip: ASTM A 1008/A 1008M. Hot-Rolled Sheet and Strip: ASTM A 1011/A 1011M. FRAMING A. Framing Members: Manufacturer's standard extruded- or formed-aluminum framing members of thickness required and reinforced as required to support imposed loads. 1. 2. 3. Construction: Thermally broken. Glazing System: Retained mechanically with gaskets on four sides. Glazing Plane: Front. B. Brackets and Reinforcements: Manufacturer's standard high-strength aluminum with nonstaining, nonferrous shims for aligning system components. C. Fasteners and Accessories: Manufacturer's standard corrosion-resistant, nonstaining, nonbleeding fasteners and accessories compatible with adjacent materials. 1. 2. D. Use self-locking devices where fasteners are subject to loosening or turning out from thermal and structural movements, wind loads, or vibration. Reinforce members as required to receive fastener threads. Anchors: Three-way adjustable anchors with minimum adjustment of 1 inch that accommodate fabrication and installation tolerances in material and finish compatible with adjoining materials and recommended by manufacturer. 1. Concrete and Masonry Inserts: Hot-dip galvanized cast-iron, malleable-iron, or steel inserts complying with ASTM A 123/A 123M or ASTM A 153/A 153M requirements. E. Concealed Flashing: Dead-soft, 0.018-inch- thick stainless steel, ASTM A 240/A 240M of type recommended by manufacturer. F. Framing Sealants: Manufacturer's standard sealants. 2.4 GLAZING A. Glazing: Comply with Division 08 Section "Glazing." B. Glazing Gaskets: Manufacturer's standard sealed-corner pressure-glazing system of black, resilient elastomeric glazing gaskets, setting blocks, and shims or spacers. C. Glazing Sealants: As recommended by manufacturer. 1. Provide sealants for use inside of the weatherproofing system that have a VOC content of 250 g/L or less when calculated according to 40 CFR 59, Subpart D (EPA Method 24). 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 7 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 2.5 December 9, 2011 INSULATED SPANDREL PANELS A. Insulated Spandrel Panels: Comply with Section 074216 "Insulated-Core Metal Wall Panels." B. Insulated Spandrel Panels: Laminated, metal-faced flat panels with no deviations in plane exceeding 0.8 percent of panel dimension in width or length. 1. 2. Overall Panel Thickness: 1 inch (25.4 mm). Exterior Skin: Aluminum. a. b. c. d. 3. Interior Skin: Aluminum. a. b. c. d. 4. 5. Thickness: Manufacturer's standard for finish and texture indicated. Finish: Matching curtain-wall framing. Texture: Smooth. Backing Sheet: 1/8-inch- (3.2-mm-) thick, tempered hardboard. Thermal Insulation Core: Manufacturer's standard rigid, closed-cell, polyisocyanurate board. Surface-Burning Characteristics: For exposed interior surfaces of panels, when tested according to ASTM E 84 as follows: a. b. 2.6 Thickness: Manufacturer's standard for finish and texture indicated. Finish: Matching framing system. Texture: Smooth. Backing Sheet: 1/8-inch- (3.2-mm-) thick, tempered hardboard] [0.157-inch- (4-mm-) thick, cement board. Flame-Spread Index: 25 or less. Smoke-Developed Index: 450 or less. OPERABLE UNITS – VENTING WINDOWS A. Operating Types: Provide the following operating types in locations indicated on Drawings: 1. 2. B. Frames and Sashes: Aluminum extrusions complying with AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440. 1. C. Casement: Project out. Awning: Project out. Thermally Improved Construction: Fabricate frames, sashes, and muntins with an integral, concealed, low-conductance thermal barrier located between exterior materials and window members exposed on interior side in a manner that eliminates direct metal-to-metal contact. Glass: Clear annealed glass, ASTM C 1036, Type 1, Class 1, q3. 1. Kind: Fully tempered where indicated on Drawings. D. Insulating-Glass Units: Comply with Section 088000 “Glazing”. E. Glazing System: Comply with Section 088000 “Glazing”. F. Hardware, General: Provide manufacturer's standard hardware fabricated from aluminum, stainless steel, carbon steel complying with AAMA 907, or other corrosion-resistant material compatible with 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 8 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building December 9, 2011 adjacent materials; designed to smoothly operate, tightly close, and securely lock windows, and sized to accommodate sash weight and dimensions. 1. G. Exposed Hardware Color and Finish: As selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range. Projected Window Hardware: 1. Gear-Type Rotary Operators: Complying with AAMA 901 when tested according to ASTM E 405, Method A. Provide operators that function without requiring the removal of interior screens or using screen wickets. a. 2. 3. 4. Hinges: Non-friction type, not less than two per sash>. Lock: Lift-type throw, cam-action lock with keeper or as selected by Architect from Manufacturer’s full range. Limit Devices: Concealed friction adjustor, adjustable stay bar limit devices designed to restrict sash opening. a. 5. H. 2.7 Type and Style: As selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range of types and styles. Limit clear opening to 6 inches (150 mm) for ventilation; with custodial key release. Pole Operators: Tubular-shaped anodized aluminum; with rubber-capped lower end and standard push-pull hook at top to match hardware design; of sufficient length to operate window without reaching more than 60 inches (1500 mm) above floor; one pole operator and pole hanger per room that has operable windows more than 72 inches (1800 mm) above floor. Insect Screens 1. Manufacturer’s standard fabric mesh screen at all operable vents. ENTRANCE DOOR SYSTEMS A. Entrance Doors: Manufacturer's standard glazed entrance doors for manual-swing operation. 1. Door Construction: 1-3/4-inch (44.5-mm) overall thickness, with minimum 0.125-inch- (3.2mm-) thick, extruded-aluminum tubular rail and stile members. Mechanically fasten corners with reinforcing brackets that are deeply penetrated and fillet welded or that incorporate concealed tie rods. a. 2. Door Design: Medium stile; 3-1/2-inch (88.9-mm) nominal width. a. 3. Thermal Construction: High-performance plastic connectors separate aluminum members exposed to the exterior from members exposed to the interior. Accessible Doors: Smooth surfaced for width of door in area within 10 inches (255 mm) above floor or ground plane. Glazing Stops and Gaskets: gaskets. a. Square, snap-on, extruded-aluminum stops and preformed Provide nonremovable glazing stops on outside of door. 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 9 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 2.8 December 9, 2011 ENTRANCE DOOR HARDWARE (ADA-COMPLIANT) A. General: Provide entrance ADA-compliant door hardware and entrance door hardware sets indicated in door and frame schedule for each entrance door to comply with requirements in this Section. 1. Entrance Door Hardware Sets: Provide quantity, item, size, finish or color indicated, and products equivalent in function and comparable in quality to named products. 2. 3. ADA Compliance: Provide ADA-compliant hardware. Sequence of Operation: Provide electrified door hardware function, sequence of operation, and interface with other building control systems indicated. Opening-Force Requirements: 4. a. b. B. Egress Doors: Not more than 15 lbf to release the latch and not more than 30 lbf to set the door in motion and not more than 15 lbf to open the door to its minimum required width. Accessible Interior Doors: Not more than 5 lbf to fully open door. Designations: Requirements for design, grade, function, finish, size, and other distinctive qualities of each type of entrance door hardware are indicated in "Entrance Door Hardware Sets" Article. Products are identified by using entrance door hardware designations as follows: 1. 2. Named Manufacturers' Products: Manufacturer and product designation are listed for each door hardware type required for the purpose of establishing minimum requirements. Manufacturers' names are abbreviated in "Entrance Door Hardware Sets" Article. References to BHMA Standards: Provide products complying with these standards and requirements for description, quality, and function. C. Opening-Force Requirements: 1. Latches and Exit Devices: Not more than 15 lbf required to release latch. D. Concealed Heavy Duty Overhead Closers and Bottom Pivots: Center hung; BHMA A156.4, Grade 1; including cases, bottom arms, top walking beam pivots, plates, and accessories required for complete installation. 1. Swing: Single acting. E. Mortise Auxiliary Locks: BHMA A156.5, Grade 1. F. Panic Exit Devices: BHMA A156.3, Grade 1, listed and labeled by a testing and inspecting agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction, for panic protection, based on testing according to UL 305. G. Cylinders: As specified in Division 08 Section "Door Hardware." H. Strikes: Provide strike with black-plastic dust box for each latch or lock bolt; fabricated for aluminum framing. I. Operating Trim: BHMA A156.6. J. Closers: BHMA A156.4, Grade 1, with accessories required for a complete installation, sized as required by door size, exposure to weather, and anticipated frequency of use; adjustable to meet field conditions and requirements for opening force. 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 10 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building K. Concealed Overhead Holders: BHMA A156.8, Grade 1. L. Weather Stripping: Manufacturer's standard replaceable components. 1. 2. December 9, 2011 Compression Type: Made of ASTM D 2000, molded neoprene, or ASTM D 2287, molded PVC. Sliding Type: AAMA 701, made of wool, polypropylene, or nylon woven pile with nylon-fabric or aluminum-strip backing. M. Weather Sweeps: Manufacturer's standard exterior-door bottom sweep with concealed fasteners on mounting strip. N. Silencers: BHMA A156.16, Grade 1. O. Thresholds: BHMA A156.21, raised thresholds beveled with a slope of not more than 1:2, with maximum height of 1/2 inch. 2.9 SUN SCREEN SYSTEM A. Sun Shades integrated into outside-glazed Wall System: Basis of design, Kawneer 1600 SunShade An aluminum sunshade (consisting of outriggers, louvers, and fascia which may be selected from standard configurations, modified configurations, or customized) that is anchored directly to the vertical curtain wall mullions 1. 30” projection. 2. Finish to match Curtain Wall System. 3. Outriggers and brackets as selected by architect from Manufacturer’s full line of options. 4. Louvers as selected by Architect from Manufacturer’s full line of options. 5. Fascia or outmost elements as selected by architect from Manufacturer’s full line of options. 6. Anchorage design capable of handling 60psf combined vertical load of wind and snow. 2.10 ACCESSORY MATERIALS A. Horizontal Guard Rails: Tubular aluminum extrusions. B. Bituminous Paint: Cold-applied asphalt-mastic paint complying with SSPC-Paint 12 requirements except containing no asbestos, formulated for 30-mil thickness per coat. 2.11 FABRICATION A. Form or extrude aluminum shapes before finishing. B. Weld in concealed locations to greatest extent possible to minimize distortion or discoloration of finish. Remove weld spatter and welding oxides from exposed surfaces by descaling or grinding. C. Fabricate components that, when assembled, have the following characteristics: 1. 2. 3. Profiles that are sharp, straight, and free of defects or deformations. Accurately fitted joints with ends coped or mitered. Physical and thermal isolation of glazing from framing members. 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 11 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 4. 5. 6. D. December 9, 2011 Accommodations for thermal and mechanical movements of glazing and framing to maintain required glazing edge clearances. Provisions for field replacement of glazing from exterior. Fasteners, anchors, and connection devices that are concealed from view to greatest extent possible. Fabricate components that, when assembled, have the following characteristics: 1. 2. Internal guttering system or other means to drain water passing joints, condensation occurring within framing members, and moisture migrating within glazed aluminum curtain wall to exterior. Pressure-equalized system or double barrier design with primary air and vapor barrier at interior side of glazed aluminum curtain wall and secondary seal weeped and vented to exterior. E. Curtain-Wall Framing: Fabricate components for assembly using shear-block system. F. Factory-Assembled Frame Units: 1. 2. 3. G. Entrance Door Frames: Reinforce as required to support loads imposed by door operation and for installing entrance door hardware. 1. 2. H. Rigidly secure nonmovement joints. Seal joints watertight unless otherwise indicated. Install glazing to comply with requirements in Division 08 Section "Glazing." At exterior doors, provide compression weather stripping at fixed stops. At interior doors, provide silencers at stops to prevent metal-to-metal contact. Install three silencers on strike jamb of single-door frames and two silencers on head of frames for pairs of doors. Entrance Doors: Reinforce doors as required for installing entrance door hardware. 1. 2. At pairs of exterior doors, provide sliding-type weather stripping retained in adjustable strip and mortised into door edge. At exterior doors, provide weather sweeps applied to door bottoms. I. Entrance Door Hardware Installation: Factory install entrance door hardware to the greatest extent possible. Cut, drill, and tap for factory-installed entrance door hardware before applying finishes. J. Custom Exterior Curtain Wall Access Lites: Fabricate exterior curtain wall at designated locations to accommodate the easy and safe removal/reinstallation of lites for clear access for Owner equipment delivery/removal. K. After fabrication, clearly mark components to identify their locations in Project according to Shop Drawings. 2.12 A. ALUMINUM FINISHES High-Performance Organic Finish: Three-coat fluoropolymer finish complying with AAMA 2605 and containing not less than 70 percent PVDF resin by weight in both color coat and clear topcoat. Prepare, pretreat, and apply coating to exposed metal surfaces to comply with coating and resin manufacturers' written instructions. 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 12 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 1. December 9, 2011 Color and Gloss: As selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 EXAMINATION AND COORDINATION A. Examine areas, with Installer present, for compliance with requirements for installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance of the Work. B. Examine radiused wall locations and coordinate curtain wall, door and window frame installations. C. Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 3.2 INSTALLATION A. General: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. B. Comply with manufacturer's written instructions. Do not install damaged components. Fit joints to produce hairline joints free of burrs and distortion. Rigidly secure nonmovement joints. Install anchors with separators and isolators to prevent metal corrosion and electrolytic deterioration and to prevent impeding movement of moving joints. Weld components in concealed locations to minimize distortion or discoloration of finish. Protect glazing surfaces from welding. Seal joints watertight unless otherwise indicated. Metal Protection: 1. 2. Where aluminum will contact dissimilar metals, protect against galvanic action by painting contact surfaces with primer or by applying sealant or tape or installing nonconductive spacers as recommended by manufacturer for this purpose. Where aluminum will contact concrete or masonry, protect against corrosion by painting contact surfaces with bituminous paint. C. Install components and sills to drain water passing joints, condensation occurring within framing members, and moisture migrating within glazed aluminum curtain wall to exterior. D. Install components plumb and true in alignment with established lines and grades. E. Install operable units level and plumb, securely anchored, and without distortion. Adjust weatherstripping contact and hardware movement to produce proper operation. F. Install glazing as specified in Division 08 Section "Glazing." G. Entrance Doors: Install doors to produce smooth operation and tight fit at contact points. 1. 2. Exterior Doors: Install to produce weathertight enclosure and tight fit at weather stripping. Field-Installed Entrance Door Hardware: Install surface-mounted entrance door hardware according to entrance door hardware manufacturers' written instructions using concealed fasteners to greatest extent possible. 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 13 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 3. H. 3.3 December 9, 2011 ADA Compliance: Install doors to accommodate ADA-compliant operation. Install perimeter joint sealants as specified in Division 07 Section "Joint Sealants" to produce weathertight installation. ERECTION TOLERANCES A. Erection Tolerances: Install glazed aluminum curtain walls to comply with the following maximum tolerances: 1. 2. 3. Plumb: 1/8 inch in 10 feet; 1/4 inch in 40 feet. Level: 1/8 inch in 20 feet; 1/4 inch in 40 feet. Alignment: a. b. c. 4. 3.4 Where surfaces abut in line or are separated by reveal or protruding element up to 1/2 inch wide, limit offset from true alignment to 1/16 inch. Where surfaces are separated by reveal or protruding element from 1/2 to 1 inch wide, limit offset from true alignment to 1/8 inch. Where surfaces are separated by reveal or protruding element of 1 inch wide or more, limit offset from true alignment to 1/4 inch. Location: Limit variation from plane to 1/8 inch in 12 feet; 1/2 inch over total length. ADJUSTING A. Adjust operating entrance door hardware to function smoothly as recommended by manufacturer. 1. For entrance doors accessible to people with disabilities, adjust closers to provide a 3-second closer sweep period for doors to move from a 70-degree open position to 3 inches from the latch, measured to the leading door edge and provide ADA compliance operation. END OF SECTION 084413 084413 GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS AND WINDOWS Page 14 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building December 9, 2011 SECTION 088000 - GLAZING PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 RELATED DOCUMENTS A. 1.2 Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. SUMMARY A. Section includes glazing for the following products and applications, including those specified in other Sections where glazing requirements are specified by reference to this Section: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. B. 1.3 Doors. Windows Glazed curtain walls. Glazed entrances. Sloped glazing. Interior borrowed lites. Sloped glazing (skylights) not scheduled a pre-glazed by skylight manufacturer. Related Sections: 1. Division 08 Section "All-Glass Entrances and Storefronts." 2. Division 08 Section “Glazed Aluminum Curtain Walls.” 3. Division 08 Section “Sloped Glazing Assemblies.” 4. Division 08 Section "Mirrors." 5. Division 08 Section “Hollow Metal Frames, Doors and Windows.” 6. Division 08 Section “Flush Wood Doors.” DEFINITIONS A. Glass Manufacturers: Firms that produce primary glass, fabricated glass, or both, as defined in referenced glazing publications. B. Glass Thicknesses: Indicated by thickness designations in millimeters according to ASTM C 1036. C. Interspace: Space between lites of an insulating-glass unit. 1.4 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS A. General: Installed glazing systems shall withstand normal thermal movement and wind and impact loads (where applicable) without failure, including loss or glass breakage attributable to the following: defective manufacture, fabrication, or installation; failure of sealants or gaskets to remain watertight and airtight; deterioration of glazing materials; or other defects in construction. B. Delegated Design: Design glass, including comprehensive engineering analysis according to ASTM E 1300 by a qualified professional engineer, using the following design criteria: 088000 GLAZING Page 1 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 1. Design Wind Pressures: Determine design wind pressures applicable to Project according to ASCE/SEI 7, based on heights above grade indicated on Drawings. a. Basic Wind Speed: 90 mph. b. Importance Factor: 1.00. c. Exposure Category: B. 2. Vertical Glazing: For glass surfaces sloped 15 degrees or less from vertical, design glass to resist design wind pressure based on glass type factors for short-duration load. 3. Thickness of Patterned Glass: Base design of patterned glass on thickness at thinnest part of the glass. Maximum Lateral Deflection: For glass supported on all four edges, limit center-of-glass deflection at design wind pressure to not more than 1/50 times the short-side length or 1 inch, whichever is less. Differential Shading: Design glass to resist thermal stresses induced by differential shading within individual glass lites. 4. 5. C. Thermal Movements: Allow for thermal movements from ambient and surface temperature changes acting on glass framing members and glazing components. 1. 1.5 December 9, 2011 Temperature Change: 120 deg F, ambient; 180 deg F, material surfaces. PRECONSTRUCTION TESTING A. Preconstruction Adhesion and Compatibility Testing: Test each glazing material type, tape sealant, gasket, glazing accessory, and glass-framing member for adhesion to and compatibility with elastomeric glazing sealants. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1.6 Testing will not be required if data are submitted based on previous testing of current sealant products and glazing materials matching those submitted. Use ASTM C 1087 to determine whether priming and other specific joint-preparation techniques are required to obtain rapid, optimum adhesion of glazing sealants to glass, tape sealants, gaskets, and glazing channel substrates. Test no fewer than eight samples of each type of material, including joint substrates, shims, sealant backings, secondary seals, and miscellaneous materials. Schedule sufficient time for testing and analyzing results to prevent delaying the Work. For materials failing tests, submit sealant manufacturer's written instructions for corrective measures including the use of specially formulated primers. SUBMITTALS A. Product Data: For each glass product and glazing material indicated. B. LEED Submittals: 1. C. Product Data for Credit EQ 4.1: For glazing sealants used inside of the weatherproofing system, including printed statement of VOC content. Glass Samples: For each type of the following products; 12 inches square. 1. Tinted glass. 088000 GLAZING Page 2 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 2. 3. 4. 5. December 9, 2011 Coated glass. Laminated glass. Insulating glass. Wired Glass D. Glazing Accessory Samples: For gaskets, sealants and colored spacers, in 12-inch lengths. Install sealant Samples between two strips of material representative in color of the adjoining framing system. E. Glazing Schedule: List glass types and thicknesses for each size opening and location. Use same designations indicated on Drawings. F. Qualification Data: For installers. G. Product Certificates: For glass and glazing products, from manufacturer. H. Product Test Reports: Based on evaluation of comprehensive tests performed by a qualified testing agency, for tinted glass, coated glass, insulating glass, glazing sealants and glazing gaskets. 1. I. 1.7 For glazing sealants, provide test reports based on testing current sealant formulations within previous 36-month period. Warranties: Sample of special warranties. QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Manufacturer Qualifications for Insulating-Glass Units with Sputter-Coated, Low-E Coatings: qualified insulating-glass manufacturer who is approved by coated-glass manufacturer. B. Installer Qualifications: A qualified installer who employs glass installers for this Project who are certified under the National Glass Association's Certified Glass Installer Program. C. Glass Testing Agency Qualifications: A qualified independent testing agency accredited according to the NFRC CAP 1 Certification Agency Program. D. Sealant Testing Agency Qualifications: An independent testing agency qualified according to ASTM C 1021 to conduct the testing indicated. E. Source Limitations for Glass: Obtain tinted float glass, coated float glass, laminated glass and insulating glass from single source from single manufacturer for each glass type. F. Source Limitations for Glazing Accessories: Obtain from single source from single manufacturer for each product and installation method. G. Glazing Publications: Comply with published recommendations of glass product manufacturers and organizations below, unless more stringent requirements are indicated. Refer to these publications for glazing terms not otherwise defined in this Section or in referenced standards. 1. IGMA Publication for Sloped Glazing: IGMA TB-3001, "Guidelines for Sloped Glazing." 2. IGMA Publication for Insulating Glass: SIGMA TM-3000, "North American Glazing Guidelines for Sealed Insulating Glass Units for Commercial and Residential Use." H. Safety Glazing Labeling: Where safety glazing labeling is indicated, permanently mark glazing with certification label of the SGCC or another certification agency acceptable to authorities having 088000 GLAZING A Page 3 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building December 9, 2011 jurisdiction. Label shall indicate manufacturer's name, type of glass, thickness, and safety glazing standard with which glass complies. I. Insulating-Glass Certification Program: Permanently marked either on spacers or on at least one component lite of units with appropriate certification label of IGCC. J. Mockups: Build mockups to verify selections made under sample submittals and to demonstrate aesthetic effects and set quality standards for materials and execution. 1. 2. K. Preinstallation Conference: Conduct conference at Project site. 1. 2. 1.8 Install glazing in mockups specified in Division 08 Section "Glazed Aluminum Curtain Walls" to match glazing systems required for Project, including glazing methods. Approved mockups may become part of the completed Work if undisturbed at time of Substantial Completion. Review and finalize construction schedule and verify availability of materials, Installer's personnel, equipment, and facilities needed to make progress and avoid delays. Review temporary protection requirements for glazing during and after installation. DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING A. Protect glazing materials according to manufacturer's written instructions. Prevent damage to glass and glazing materials from condensation, temperature changes, direct exposure to sun, or other causes. B. Comply with insulating-glass manufacturer's written recommendations for venting and sealing units to avoid hermetic seal ruptures due to altitude change. 1.9 PROJECT CONDITIONS A. Environmental Limitations: Do not proceed with glazing when ambient and substrate temperature conditions are outside limits permitted by glazing material manufacturers and when glazing channel substrates are wet from rain, frost, condensation, or other causes. 1. 1.10 A. WARRANTY Manufacturer's Special Warranty for Coated-Glass Products: Manufacturer's standard form in which coated-glass manufacturer agrees to replace coated-glass units that deteriorate within specified warranty period. Deterioration of coated glass is defined as defects developed from normal use that are not attributed to glass breakage or to maintaining and cleaning coated glass contrary to manufacturer's written instructions. Defects include peeling, cracking, and other indications of deterioration in coating. 1. B. Do not install glazing sealants when ambient and substrate temperature conditions are outside limits permitted by sealant manufacturer or below 40 deg F. Warranty Period: 10 years from date of Substantial Completion. Manufacturer's Special Warranty on Laminated Glass: Manufacturer's standard form in which laminated-glass manufacturer agrees to replace laminated-glass units that deteriorate within specified 088000 GLAZING Page 4 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building December 9, 2011 warranty period. Deterioration of laminated glass is defined as defects developed from normal use that are not attributed to glass breakage or to maintaining and cleaning laminated glass contrary to manufacturer's written instructions. Defects include edge separation, delamination materially obstructing vision through glass, and blemishes exceeding those allowed by referenced laminatedglass standard. 1. C. Warranty Period: 10 years from date of Substantial Completion. Manufacturer's Special Warranty on Insulating Glass: Manufacturer's standard form in which insulating-glass manufacturer agrees to replace insulating-glass units that deteriorate within specified warranty period. Deterioration of insulating glass is defined as failure of hermetic seal under normal use that is not attributed to glass breakage or to maintaining and cleaning insulating glass contrary to manufacturer's written instructions. Evidence of failure is the obstruction of vision by dust, moisture, or film on interior surfaces of glass. 1. Warranty Period: 10 years from date of Substantial Completion. PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 GLASS PRODUCTS, GENERAL A. Thickness: Where glass thickness is indicated, it is a minimum. Provide glass lites in thicknesses as needed to comply with requirements indicated. 1. 2. Minimum Glass Thickness for Exterior Lites: Not less than 6.0 mm. Thickness of Tinted Glass: Provide same thickness for each tint color indicated throughout Project. B. Strength: Where float glass is indicated, provide annealed float glass, Kind HS heat-treated float glass, or Kind FT heat-treated float glass as needed to comply with "Performance Requirements" Article. Where heat-strengthened glass is indicated, provide Kind HS heat-treated float glass or Kind FT heat-treated float glass as needed to comply with "Performance Requirements" Article. Where fully tempered glass is indicated, provide Kind FT heat-treated float glass. C. Thermal and Optical Performance Properties: Provide glass with performance properties specified, as indicated in manufacturer's published test data, based on procedures indicated below: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 2.2 For monolithic-glass lites, properties are based on units with lites 6.0 mm thick. For laminated-glass lites, properties are based on products of construction indicated. For insulating-glass units, properties are based on units of thickness indicated for overall unit and for each lite. U-Factors: Center-of-glazing values, according to NFRC 100 and based on LBL's WINDOW 5.2 computer program, expressed as Btu/sq. ft. x h x deg F. Solar Heat-Gain Coefficient and Visible Transmittance: Center-of-glazing values, according to NFRC 200 and based on LBL's WINDOW 5.2 computer program. Visible Reflectance: Center-of-glazing values, according to NFRC 300. GLASS PRODUCTS A. Float Glass: ASTM C 1036, Type I, Quality-Q3, Class I (clear) unless otherwise indicated. 088000 GLAZING Page 5 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building B. Heat-Treated Float Glass: ASTM C 1048; Type I; Quality-Q3; Class I (clear) unless otherwise indicated; of kind and condition indicated. 1. 2. 3. C. Fabrication Process: By horizontal (roller-hearth) process with roll-wave distortion parallel to bottom edge of glass as installed unless otherwise indicated. For uncoated glass, comply with requirements for Condition A. For coated vision glass, comply with requirements for Condition C (other coated glass). Polished Wired Glass: ASTM C 1036, Type II, Class 1 (clear), Form 1, Quality-Q6, complying with ANSI Z97.1, Class C. 1. Basis-of-Design Product: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide units by PPG Industries, Inc. or comparable product by one of the following: a. b. c. 2. D. AFG Industries, Inc. Guardian Industries Corp.; SunGuard. Pilkington North America Mesh: M2 (square). Reflective-Coated Vision Glass: ASTM C 1376, coated by pyrolytic process or vacuum deposition (sputter-coating) process, and complying with other requirements specified. 1. Basis-of-Design Product: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide Pilkington MirroPane TM or comparable product by one of the following: a. b. c. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 2.3 December 9, 2011 AFG Industries, Inc. Guardian Industries Corp.; SunGuard. PPG Industries, Inc Kind: Kind CV (coated vision glass) Coating Color: Silver. Glass: Tinted float. Tint Color: Gray. Visible Light Transmittance: a. Either Direction: 0.109 b. Coated Side Reflection: 0.681 c. Glass Side Reflection: 0.160 LAMINATED GLASS 1. Basis-of-Design Product: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide units by PPG Industries, Inc. or comparable product by one of the following: a. b. c. B. AFG Industries, Inc. Guardian Industries Corp.; SunGuard. Pilkington North America Laminated Glass: ASTM C 1172, and complying with testing requirements in 16 CFR 1201 for Category II materials, and with other requirements specified. Use materials that have a proven record of no tendency to bubble, discolor, or lose physical and mechanical properties after fabrication and installation. 088000 GLAZING Page 6 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 1. 2. 3. C. 2.4 December 9, 2011 Construction: Laminate glass with polyvinyl butyral interlayer to comply with interlayer manufacturer's written recommendations. Interlayer Thickness: Provide thickness not less than that indicated and as needed to comply with requirements. Interlayer Color: Clear unless otherwise indicated. Glass: Comply with applicable requirements in "Glass Products" Article as indicated by designations in "Laminated-Glass Types" Article. INSULATING GLASS 1. Basis-of-Design Product: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide units by PPG Industries, Inc. or comparable product by one of the following: a. b. c. B. Insulating-Glass Units: Factory-assembled units consisting of sealed lites of glass separated by a dehydrated interspace, qualified according to ASTM E 2190, and complying with other requirements specified. 1. 2. 3. C. 2.5 AFG Industries, Inc. Guardian Industries Corp.; SunGuard. Pilkington North America Sealing System: Dual seal, with manufacturer's standard primary and secondary. Spacer: Aluminum with powdered metal paint finish in color selected by Architect. Desiccant: Molecular sieve or silica gel, or blend of both. Glass: Comply with applicable requirements in "Glass Products" Article and in "Laminated Glass" Article as indicated by designations in "Insulating-Glass Types" Article and in "Insulating-LaminatedGlass Types" Article. GLAZING GASKETS A. Dense Compression Gaskets: Molded or extruded gaskets of profile and hardness required to maintain watertight seal, made from one of the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. B. Soft Compression Gaskets: Extruded or molded, closed-cell, integral-skinned neoprene, EPDM, silicone or thermoplastic polyolefin rubber gaskets complying with ASTM C 509, Type II, black; of profile and hardness required to maintain watertight seal. 1. C. Neoprene complying with ASTM C 864. EPDM complying with ASTM C 864. Silicone complying with ASTM C 1115. Thermoplastic polyolefin rubber complying with ASTM C 1115. Application: Use where soft compression gaskets will be compressed by inserting dense compression gaskets on opposite side of glazing or pressure applied by means of pressureglazing stops on opposite side of glazing. Lock-Strip Gaskets: Neoprene extrusions in size and shape indicated, fabricated into frames with molded corner units and zipper lock-strips, complying with ASTM C 542, black. 088000 GLAZING Page 7 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 2.6 December 9, 2011 GLAZING SEALANTS A. General: 1. 2. 3. 4. B. Compatibility: Provide glazing sealants that are compatible with one another and with other materials they will contact, including glass products, seals of insulating-glass units, and glazing channel substrates, under conditions of service and application, as demonstrated by sealant manufacturer based on testing and field experience. Suitability: Comply with sealant and glass manufacturers' written instructions for selecting glazing sealants suitable for applications indicated and for conditions existing at time of installation. VOC Content: For sealants used inside of the weatherproofing system, not more than 250 g/L when calculated according to 40 CFR 59, Subpart D. Colors of Exposed Glazing Sealants: Match Architect's samples. Glazing Sealant: Neutral-curing silicone glazing sealant complying with ASTM C 920, Type S, Grade NS, Class 100/50, Use NT. 1. Products: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following: a. b. c. d. e. 2.7 GE Advanced Materials - Silicones; SilPruf LM SCS2700. May National Associates, Inc.; Bondaflex Sil 290. Pecora Corporation; 890. Sika Corporation, Construction Products Division; SikaSil-C990. Tremco Incorporated; Spectrem 1. GLAZING TAPES A. Back-Bedding Mastic Glazing Tapes: Preformed, butyl-based, 100 percent solids elastomeric tape; nonstaining and nonmigrating in contact with nonporous surfaces; with or without spacer rod as recommended in writing by tape and glass manufacturers for application indicated; and complying with ASTM C 1281 and AAMA 800 for products indicated below: 1. AAMA 806.3 tape, for glazing applications in which tape is subject to continuous pressure. 2. AAMA 807.3 tape, for glazing applications in which tape is not subject to continuous pressure. B. Expanded Cellular Glazing Tapes: Closed-cell, PVC foam tapes; factory coated with adhesive on both surfaces; and complying with AAMA 800 for the following types: 1. 2. 2.8 AAMA 810.1, Type 1, for glazing applications in which tape acts as the primary sealant. AAMA 810.1, Type 2, for glazing applications in which tape is used in combination with a full bead of liquid sealant. MISCELLANEOUS GLAZING MATERIALS A. General: Provide products of material, size, and shape complying with referenced glazing standard, requirements of manufacturers of glass and other glazing materials for application indicated, and with a proven record of compatibility with surfaces contacted in installation. B. Cleaners, Primers, and Sealers: Types recommended by sealant or gasket manufacturer. C. Setting Blocks: Elastomeric material with a Shore, Type A durometer hardness of 85, plus or minus 5. 088000 GLAZING Page 8 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building December 9, 2011 D. Spacers: Elastomeric blocks or continuous extrusions of hardness required by glass manufacturer to maintain glass lites in place for installation indicated. E. Edge Blocks: Elastomeric material of hardness needed to limit glass lateral movement (side walking). F. Cylindrical Glazing Sealant Backing: ASTM C 1330, Type O (open-cell material), of size and density to control glazing sealant depth and otherwise produce optimum glazing sealant performance. 2.9 FABRICATION OF GLAZING UNITS A. 2.10 A. Fabricate glazing units in sizes required to fit openings indicated for Project, with edge and face clearances, edge and surface conditions, and bite complying with written instructions of product manufacturer and referenced glazing publications, to comply with system performance requirements. MONOLITHIC-GLASS TYPES Glass Type GL-<1>: Heat-strengthened float glass. (Interior Borrowed Lites) 1. B. Glass Type GL-<2>: Clear fully tempered float glass. (Door Glazing) 1. 2. C. A. B. Thickness: 6.0 mm. Provide safety glazing labeling. Glass Type GL-<5>: Reflective coated glass (One-Way Glazing) 1. 2. 2.11 Thickness: ½ inch. Provide safety glazing labeling. Glass Type GL-<4>: Clear Polished Wired Glass (Fire Rated Door Glazing) 1. 2. E. Thickness: 6.0 mm. Provide safety glazing labeling. Glass Type GL-<3>: Clear fully tempered float glass. (All Glass Entrances) 1. 2. D. Thickness: 6.0 mm. Thickness: 6.0 mm. Provide safety glazing labeling. INSULATING-GLASS TYPES Glass Type GL-<6>: Low-e-coated, clear insulating glass. (Curtain Wall Glazing) Basis of Design: PPG Solarban 70XL glass on glass below + clear glass insulated glass unit. 1. Overall Unit Thickness: 1 inch. 2. Thickness of Each Glass Lite: 6.0 mm. 3. Outdoor Lite: Heat-strengthened float glass or fully tempered float glass where required. 4. Interspace Content: Air. 5. Indoor Lite: Heat-strengthened float glass or fully tempered float glass where required. 088000 GLAZING Page 9 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 2.12 December 9, 2011 Low-E Coating: Sputtered on second surface. Visible Light Transmittance: 47 percent minimum. Winter Nighttime U-Factor: 0.28 maximum. Summer Daytime U-Factor: 0.26 maximum. Solar Heat Gain Coefficient: 0.32 maximum. Shading Coefficient: 0.27 maximum. INSULATING-LAMINATED-GLASS TYPES A. Glass Type GL-<7>: Low-e-coated, tinted, insulating laminated glass. (Sloped Glazing) B. Basis of Design: PPG Solarcool Azuria on surface 2 (outer lite) + Solarban 70XL (inner lite) on surface 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Overall Unit Thickness: 1 inch. Thickness of Outdoor Lite: 6.0 mm. Outdoor Lite: Tinted fully tempered float glass. Interspace Content: Air. Indoor Lite: Clear laminated glass with two plies of heat-strengthened float glass. a. b. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 2.13 A. Thickness of Each Glass Ply: 3.0 mm. Interlayer Thickness: 0.060 inch. Low-E Coating: Sputtered on second surface. Visible Light Transmittance: 19 percent minimum. Winter Nighttime U-Factor: 0.28 maximum. Summer Daytime U-Factor: 0.26 maximum. Solar Heat Gain Coefficient: 0.15 maximum. Shading Coefficient: 0.18 maximum. Provide safety glazing labeling. SPANDREL GLASS TYPES Glass Type GL-<8>: Silicone-coated spandrel glass, heat-strengthened float glass. (Curtain Wall Spandrel) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Thickness: 6.0 mm. Coating Location: Second surface. Winter Nighttime U-Factor: 0.28 maximum maximum. Summer Daytime U-Factor: 0.26 maximum maximum. Fallout Resistance: Passes fallout-resistance test in ASTM C 1048 for an assembly of glass and adhered reinforcing material. 088000 GLAZING Page 10 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building December 9, 2011 PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 EXAMINATION A. Examine framing, glazing channels, and stops, with Installer present, for compliance with the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. B. 3.2 Manufacturing and installation tolerances, including those for size, squareness, and offsets at corners. Presence and functioning of weep systems. Minimum required face and edge clearances. Effective sealing between joints of glass-framing members. Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. PREPARATION A. Clean glazing channels and other framing members receiving glass immediately before glazing. Remove coatings not firmly bonded to substrates. B. Examine glazing units to locate exterior and interior surfaces. Label or mark units as needed so that exterior and interior surfaces are readily identifiable. Do not use materials that will leave visible marks in the completed work. 3.3 GLAZING, GENERAL A. Comply with combined written instructions of manufacturers of glass, sealants, gaskets, and other glazing materials, unless more stringent requirements are indicated, including those in referenced glazing publications. B. Adjust glazing channel dimensions as required by Project conditions during installation to provide necessary bite on glass, minimum edge and face clearances, and adequate sealant thicknesses, with reasonable tolerances. C. Protect glass edges from damage during handling and installation. Remove damaged glass from Project site and legally dispose of off Project site. Damaged glass is glass with edge damage or other imperfections that, when installed, could weaken glass and impair performance and appearance. D. Apply primers to joint surfaces where required for adhesion of sealants, as determined by preconstruction testing. E. Install setting blocks in sill rabbets, sized and located to comply with referenced glazing publications, unless otherwise required by glass manufacturer. Set blocks in thin course of compatible sealant suitable for heel bead. F. Do not exceed edge pressures stipulated by glass manufacturers for installing glass lites. G. Provide spacers for glass lites where length plus width is larger than 50 inches. 1. Locate spacers directly opposite each other on both inside and outside faces of glass. Install correct size and spacing to preserve required face clearances, unless gaskets and glazing tapes 088000 GLAZING Page 11 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building 2. December 9, 2011 are used that have demonstrated ability to maintain required face clearances and to comply with system performance requirements. Provide 1/8-inch minimum bite of spacers on glass and use thickness equal to sealant width. With glazing tape, use thickness slightly less than final compressed thickness of tape. H. Provide edge blocking where indicated or needed to prevent glass lites from moving sideways in glazing channel, as recommended in writing by glass manufacturer and according to requirements in referenced glazing publications. I. Set glass lites in each series with uniform pattern, draw, bow, and similar characteristics. J. Set glass lites with proper orientation so that coatings face exterior or interior as specified. K. Where wedge-shaped gaskets are driven into one side of channel to pressurize sealant or gasket on opposite side, provide adequate anchorage so gasket cannot walk out when installation is subjected to movement. L. Square cut wedge-shaped gaskets at corners and install gaskets in a manner recommended by gasket manufacturer to prevent corners from pulling away; seal corner joints and butt joints with sealant recommended by gasket manufacturer. 3.4 TAPE GLAZING A. Position tapes on fixed stops so that, when compressed by glass, their exposed edges are flush with or protrude slightly above sightline of stops. B. Install tapes continuously, but not necessarily in one continuous length. Do not stretch tapes to make them fit opening. C. Cover vertical framing joints by applying tapes to heads and sills first and then to jambs. Cover horizontal framing joints by applying tapes to jambs and then to heads and sills. D. Place joints in tapes at corners of opening with adjoining lengths butted together, not lapped. Seal joints in tapes with compatible sealant approved by tape manufacturer. E. Do not remove release paper from tape until right before each glazing unit is installed. F. Apply heel bead of elastomeric sealant. G. Center glass lites in openings on setting blocks and press firmly against tape by inserting dense compression gaskets formed and installed to lock in place against faces of removable stops. Start gasket applications at corners and work toward centers of openings. H. Apply cap bead of elastomeric sealant over exposed edge of tape. 3.5 GASKET GLAZING (DRY) A. Cut compression gaskets to lengths recommended by gasket manufacturer to fit openings exactly, with allowance for stretch during installation. B. Insert soft compression gasket between glass and frame or fixed stop so it is securely in place with joints miter cut and bonded together at corners. 088000 GLAZING Page 12 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building December 9, 2011 C. Installation with Drive-in Wedge Gaskets: Center glass lites in openings on setting blocks and press firmly against soft compression gasket by inserting dense compression gaskets formed and installed to lock in place against faces of removable stops. Start gasket applications at corners and work toward centers of openings. Compress gaskets to produce a weathertight seal without developing bending stresses in glass. Seal gasket joints with sealant recommended by gasket manufacturer. D. Installation with Pressure-Glazing Stops: Center glass lites in openings on setting blocks and press firmly against soft compression gasket. Install dense compression gaskets and pressure-glazing stops, applying pressure uniformly to compression gaskets. Compress gaskets to produce a weathertight seal without developing bending stresses in glass. Seal gasket joints with sealant recommended by gasket manufacturer. E. Install gaskets so they protrude past face of glazing stops. 3.6 SEALANT GLAZING (WET) A. Install continuous spacers, or spacers combined with cylindrical sealant backing, between glass lites and glazing stops to maintain glass face clearances and to prevent sealant from extruding into glass channel and blocking weep systems until sealants cure. Secure spacers or spacers and backings in place and in position to control depth of installed sealant relative to edge clearance for optimum sealant performance. B. Force sealants into glazing channels to eliminate voids and to ensure complete wetting or bond of sealant to glass and channel surfaces. C. Tool exposed surfaces of sealants to provide a substantial wash away from glass. 3.7 LOCK-STRIP GASKET GLAZING A. 3.8 Comply with ASTM C 716 and gasket manufacturer's written instructions. Provide supplementary wet seal and weep system unless otherwise indicated. CLEANING AND PROTECTION A. Protect exterior glass from damage immediately after installation by attaching crossed streamers to framing held away from glass. Do not apply markers to glass surface. Remove nonpermanent labels and clean surfaces. B. Protect glass from contact with contaminating substances resulting from construction operations. If, despite such protection, contaminating substances do come into contact with glass, remove substances immediately as recommended in writing by glass manufacturer. C. Examine glass surfaces adjacent to or below exterior concrete and other masonry surfaces at frequent intervals during construction, but not less than once a month, for buildup of dirt, scum, alkaline deposits, or stains; remove as recommended in writing by glass manufacturer. D. Remove and replace glass that is broken, chipped, cracked, or abraded or that is damaged from natural causes, accidents, and vandalism, during construction period. 088000 GLAZING Page 13 of 14 Wilkes University New Science Building E. December 9, 2011 Wash glass on both exposed surfaces in each area of Project not more than four days before date scheduled for inspections that establish date of Substantial Completion. Wash glass as recommended in writing by glass manufacturer. END OF SECTION 088000 088000 GLAZING Page 14 of 14 Revisions REVISIONS 7 A413R TA-8 6 9 TA-11 10 TA-5 TA-5 TA-3 1' - 6" TA-7 A413R 13 TA-8 5' - 0" TA-6 J TA-6 TA-3 TA-4 S J 3 2 A 3 1' - 6" 4 12 Sept. 2011 - Final Review Set 5 14 Oct. 2011 - Bid Set 6 9 Dec. 2011 - Bid Set - Final Architect & Lead Designer SaylorGregg Architects 1100 Land Title Building 100 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19110 p: 215.972.0500 f: 215.972.8060 Structural Engineer Nalls Architecture, Inc. 201 Sabine Avenue Suite 200 Narberth, PA 19072-1611 Phone: 610.667.9551 Fax: 610.667.9553 E.D. Pons & Associates 70 South Franklin Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701 Phone: 570.824.6340 Fax: 570.824.6720 Mech/Elec/Plumb Engineer Civil Engineer Pennoni Associates 100 North Wilkes-Barre Boulevard Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 Phone: 570.824.2200 Fax: 570.824.0800 1/2 inch 2 inches 5 inches 6 inches 9 inches 11 inches Maximum Reach Height 48 inches 46 inches 42 inches 40 inches 36 inches 34 inches 5 Proposed Exist 1st Floor 0" Proposed Exist 1st Floor 0" TOILET RM - 1ST FL WOMEN NORTH 1/4" = 1'-0" 5 TOILET RM - 1ST FL WOMEN EAST 1/4" = 1'-0" Proposed Exist 1st Floor 0" 6 TOILET RM - 1ST FL WOMEN SOUTH 1/4" = 1'-0" B' 3' - 0" Proposed Exist 1st Floor 0" 1' - 0" Proposed Exist 1st Floor 0" 1' - 0" 4 DTL - Shower Room 126 1/4" = 1'-0" A TOILET RM - 1ST FL MEN WEST 1/4" = 1'-0" 90% Construction Documents Metropolitan Acoustics, LLC 40 W. Evergreen Avenue, Suite 108 Philadelphia, PA 19118 Phone: 215.248.4352 Fax: 215.248.4353 A301 7 Design Development - TA-1 A 4 - 12 August 2011 Acoustical Designer Maximum Reach Depth A 4' - 0" B' 19 5 TOILET RM - 1ST FL WOMEN WEST 1/4" = 1'-0" 17"-19" A.F.F. 38"-48" A.F.F. ICC/ANSI A117/1-223 Table 606.7 Maximum Reach Depth and Height for Operable Parts SEE SHEET AL450 FOR TOILET/SHOWER ACCESSORIES IN THIS AREA DTL PLAN - TOILETS 2ND, 3RD & 4TH FL 1/4" = 1'-0" Proposed Exist 1st Floor 0" 3 17 June 2011 3 Martin Rogers Associates, P.C. 185 N. Pennsylvania Avenue Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701 Phone: 570.826.1000 Fax: 570.825.0888 1' - 6" Description 100% Schematic Design 2 Lab Architects 80" MIN. S 1' - 6" By - Consultants TA-10 S DTL PLAN - TOILETS 1ST FL 1/4" = 1'-0" A.1' HORIZ. BARS - 33"-36" A.F.F. VERT. BAR - B.O. BAR 39"-41" A.F.F. PER TABLE 606.7 BELOW OUTLET TO BE 15"-48" A.F.F. (COORD. W/ GRAB BARS) PER TABLE 606.7 BELOW COUNTER HEIGHT PER TABLE 606.7 BELOW PER TABLE 606.7 BELOW 60" IN STANDARDS STALL; 48" IN ADA STALL PER TABLE 606.7 BELOW PER TABLE 606.7 BELOW n/a TA-11 TA-10 S 17 J 3 J NOTE: JANITOR'S CLOSETS ON LEVELS 2,3 AND 4 ARE SIMILAR 1 A413R 18 TA-11 TA-10 15 TA-5 TA-5 14 A' 16 TA-4 TA-13 TA-10 5' - 0" 5' - 0" 1' - 9" 11 TA-12 TA-7 TA-8 TA-4 12 TA-11 TA-11 TA-8 TA-3 TA-3 TA-4 TA-1 TA-8 TA-1 GRAB BAR TA-2 COMBINATION TOWEL DISPENSER / WASTE RECEPTACLE TA-3 TOILET TISSUE DISPENSER TA-4 SANITARY NAPKIN DISPOSAL UNIT TA-5 LIQUID SOAP DISPENSER TA-6 SANITARY NAPKIN DISPENSER TA-7 SEAT COVER DISPENSER TA-8 ROBE HOOK TA-9 DIAPER CHANGING STATION TA-10 WARM AIR DRYER TA-11 UNDERLAVATORY GUARD TA-12 MOP AND BROOM HOLDER TA-13 UTILITY SHELF TA-14 SHOWER CURTAIN ROD TA-15 SHOWER CURTAIN TA-16 FOLDING SHOWER SEAT TA-17 SOAP DISH (AS PER ANSI A117) 28 January 2011 8 Proposed Exist 1st Floor 0" TOILET RM - 1ST FL MEN NORTH 1/4" = 1'-0" 9 TOILET RM - 1ST FL MEN EAST 1/4" = 1'-0" Proposed Exist 1st Floor 0" 10 140 South River Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701 TA-7 TA-1 MOUNTING HEIGHT Date 1 New Science Building TA-7 0S TA-7 1' - 6" TA-11 TA-5 3' - 3" 6" TA-7 TOILET ACCESSORY LEGEND 2' S F 5 8 AT TOILET ROOMS ON LEVELS 2,3 AND 4: - REVERSE SWING OF THE WOMEN'S ROOM DOOR AS SHOWN. - REVERSE SWING OF THE MEN'S ROOM DOOR AS SHOWN. - REVISE LOCATION OF TA-10 WARM AIR DRYER AS SHOWN - REVISED LOCATION OF LIGHT SWITCH AS SHOWN - IN MEN'S ROOM, PROVIDE FULL, 5'-0" DEEP PARTITION AT URINAL TA-3 3' - 0" A413R TA-8 TA-3 F S 3 TA-7 5' - 0" 6" TA-5 TA-7 5' - 0" TA-4 TA-8 TA-11 5 A 3' - 3" 6" TA-3 6" 4 TA-1 TA-3 TA-8 6 5' - 0" TA-1 TA-11 3' - 3" 1' - 6" 1' - 6" 5' - 0" TA-5 TA-5 3' - 3" TOILET RM - 1ST FL MEN SOUTH 1/4" = 1'-0" A 1' - 0" Toe Clearance, typ. A 11 TOILET RM - 2,3,4 FL WOMEN WEST 1/4" = 1'-0" 12 5 TOILET RM - 2,3,4 FL WOMEN NORTH 1/4" = 1'-0" 3' - 0" Proposed 2nd Floor 15' - 0" 13 Wilkes University Proposed 2nd Floor 15' - 0" TOILET RM - 2,3,4 FL WOMEN EAST 1/4" = 1'-0" A A Bot. of Mirror Owner Typ. ADA W/C 1' - 6" Proposed 2nd Floor 15' - 0" Proposed 2nd Floor 15' - 0" 14 Seal TOILET RM - 2,3,4 FL WOMEN SOUTH 1/4" = 1'-0" B' All dimensions and existing conditions shall be checked and verified by the contractor at the site. The Work shall comply with applicable codes and regulations of governing authorities having jurisdiction. c SaylorGregg Architects Date Drawn by 12.09.2011 TEB 15 TOILET RM - 2,3,4 FL MEN WEST 1/4" = 1'-0" Proposed 2nd Floor 15' - 0" 1' - 0" 1' - 6" 2' - 0" 2' - 8" T.O. Lav Sheet Title 3' - 0" B.O. Mirror A 1' - 9" 5 5.9 1' - 6" 3 Mark 16 Proposed 2nd Floor 15' - 0" TOILET RM - 2,3,4 FL MEN NORTH 1/4" = 1'-0" Proposed 2nd Floor 15' - 0" 17 TOILET RM - 2,3,4 FL MEN EAST 1/4" = 1'-0" Proposed 2nd Floor 15' - 0" 18 TOILET RM - 2,3,4 FL MEN SOUTH 1/4" = 1'-0" ENLARGED TOILET PLANS Sheet No. A413R SaylorGregg Architects
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