TT207S/FM Barricade Specification

TT207S/FM Barricade Specification
PROCUREMENT SPECIFICATION
MODEL TT207S/FM PHALANX* SURFACE MOUNT HYDRAULIC BARRICADE SYSTEM
1.0 SCOPE
This specification defines the procurement of a PHALANX* HYDRAULIC
BARRICADE SYSTEM, Model TT207S/FM, consisting of (one, two, three
or four) vehicle Barricade(s) operating (independently or in sets
of two, three or four) Barricade(s), a HYDRAULIC POWER SYSTEM, the
CONTROLS AND LOGIC CIRCUITS, FEATURES and OPTIONS as defined
herein.
2.0
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2.1
BARRICADE(S)
2.1.1Barricade Construction.
Barricade shall be a flush mount
assembly consisting of a heavy steel barricade capable
of being rotated from the free pass position to its
guard position by means of hydraulic actuators.
The
guard position shall present a formidable obstacle to
approaching vehicles.
Upon impact, forces shall be
first absorbed by the barricade assembly and then
transmitted to the off-road buttress and foundation of
the unit.
2.1.2Barricade height. Height of the Barricade shall be 36.0 (914
mm) inches as measured from the top of the foundation
frame to the top of the barrier inclusive of the top
road plate.
2.1.3Barricade Length. Barricade length shall be 144 inches (2,66
M). (Barricade can be optionally specified to a maximum
length of 276 inches [7,0 M] or a minimum length of 79
inches [2,0 M].)
2.1.4Finish. The roadway plates shall have a non skid surface.
Barricade undersides and roadway plates shall have
yellow/black
(alternately
yellow/white)
diagonal
stripes.
Buttress assemblies shall be painted yellow
(alternately white).
2.2 HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT (HPU)
2.2.1Hydraulic Circuit.
Circuit shall incorporate the design
concepts as described by US Patent # 4,490,068.
Unit
shall consist of an electrically driven hydraulic pump
which
shall
pressurize
a
high
pressure
manifold
connected to a hydraulic accumulator.
Electrically
actuated valves
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Phalanx is a registered trademark of Delta Scientific
Corporation, Valencia, California.
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shall be installed on the manifold to allow oil to be
driven to the up and down side of a double acting
hydraulic cylinder to raise and lower the Barricade.
The hydraulic circuit shall include all necessary
control logic devices, interconnect lines and valves to
override and lock out the normal speed control valve(s)
for emergency fast operation of the Barricade(s).
2.2.2Main Power.
The electric motor driving the hydraulic pump
shall be fed from (specify actual sit voltage, phase and
frequency, i.e. 230/3/60). Motor shall be sufficiently
sized for the expected number of Barricade operations.
2.2.3Power Off Operation. The accumulator shall be sized to allow
six half cycle operations of a single Barricade in the
event of a power outage. Enhanced power off capability
can be selected as an option.
The bi-directional
control valves shall also be manually operable in this
case.
2.2.4Manual Operation. A hand pump shall be furnished to allow the
Barricades to be raised manually in the event of a
prolonged power interruption.
2.2.5Construction. The hydraulic power unit and accessories shall
be mounted and wired on an integral steel skid. The HPU
shall fit in a envelope 60 inches W x 36 inches D x 60
inches H (1524 mm W x 914 mm D x 1524 mm H). The HPU
shall be mounted indoors or in an optional weather
resistant enclosure.
2.3 CONTROL AND LOGIC CIRCUITS
The following circuits and control stations shall be furnished:
2.3.1Control Circuit.
A control circuit shall be provided
interface between all Barricade control stations and
pneumatic power unit.
This circuit shall contain
relays, timers and other devices necessary for
Barricade operation.
to
the
all
the
2.3.1.1
Voltage. The control circuit shall operate from a
120 volt, 50/60 Hz supply (optionally 240 volt,
50/60 Hz or 24 VDC).
An internally mounted
transformer shall reduce this to 24 VAC (24 VDC)
for all external control stations.
2.3.1.2
Power Consumption.
The control circuit power
consumption shall not exceed 250 watts basic load,
plus 200 watts for each Barricade in the system.
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2.3.1.3
Construction. The control circuit shall be mounted
in a general purpose enclosure.
All device
interconnect lines shall be run to terminal strips.
(The following control station(s) can be specified)
2.3.2Remote Control Panel.
A remote control panel shall be
supplied to control the Barricade operation. This panel
shall have a key lockable main switch with "main power
on" and "panel on" lights.
Buttons to raise or lower
each Barricade (or sets of Barricades) shall be
provided. Barricade up and down indicator lights shall
be included for each Barricade (or set). The emergency
fast operate (EFO) feature shall be operated from a push
button larger than the normal controls (optionally a
covered toggle switch). The EFO shall also be furnished
with EFO active light and reset button.
2.3.2.1
Voltage. The remote control panel shall operate on
24 VAC (optionally 24 VDC).
2.3.2.2
Construction. The remote control station shall be
a standard 19 inch electronics rack type surface
mount panel with all devices wired to a terminal
strip on the back.
2.3.2.3
(Option)
Panel shall be equipped with a timer
circuit to notify the operator via an annunciator
"squealer" that the Barricade has been left in the
down position for too long a time period. The time
interval shall be customer selectable.
(Select Control Panel 2.3.3 instead of 2.3.2 if Slave Panel 2.3.4
is desired.)
2.3.3Remote Control Master Panel.
A remote control master panel
shall be supplied to control Barricade function.
This
panel shall have a key lockable main switch with "main
power on" and "panel on" lights. Buttons to raise and
lower each Barricade (or set) shall be provided.
Barricade "up" and "down" indicator lights shall be
included for each Barricade (or set).
The emergency
fast operate circuit (EFO) feature shall be operated
from a push button larger than the normal controls
(optionally a covered toggle switch). The EFO shall be
furnished with EFO active light and reset button.
The
remote control master panel shall have a key lockable
switch to arm or disarm the remote slave panel(s). An
indicator light shall show if the slave panel is armed.
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2.3.3.1
Voltage. The remote control panel shall operate on
24 VAC (optionally 24 VDC).
2.3.3.2
Construction. The remote control station shall be
a standard 19 inch electronics rack type surface
mount panel with all devices wired to a terminal
strip on the back.
2.3.3.3
(Option)
Panel shall be equipped with a timer
circuit to notify the operator via an annunciator
"squealer" that the Barricade has been left in the
down position for too long a time period. The time
interval shall be customer selectable.
2.3.4Remote Control Slave Panel.
A remote control slave panel
shall also be supplied to control the Barricade
operation.
This panel shall have a "panel on" light
that is lit when enabled by a switch on the remote
control master panel.
Buttons to raise or lower each
Barricade (or set) shall be provided.
Barricade "up"
and "down" indicator lights shall be included for each
Barricade (or set).
The emergency fast operate (EFO)
feature shall be operated from a push button larger than
the normal controls (optionally a covered toggle
switch).
When the slave panel EFO is pushed, an EFO
"active"
lamp
will
light
and
operation
of
the
Barricade(s) will not be possible until reset at the
master panel.
2.3.4.1
Voltage. The remote control panel shall operate on
24 VAC (optionally 24 VDC).
2.3.4.2
Construction. The remote control station shall be
a standard 19 inch electronics rack type surface
mount panel with all devices wired to a terminal
strip on the back.
2.3.4.3
(Option)
Panel shall be equipped with a timer
circuit to notify the operator via an annunciator
"squealer" that the Barricade has been left in the
down position for too long a time period. The time
interval shall be customer selectable.
The alarm
is reset when the Barricades are returned to the up
position.
3.0
Accessory Equipment (Any or all of the following may be
selected):
3.1
Auxiliary Emergency Fast Operate Circuit.
A separate
hydraulic circuit consisting of a pressure reserve source,
operating control logic and interconnect lines and valves
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shall be supplied. This circuit shall provide an available
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source of power to operate the Barricade(s) at emergency fast
speed (as specified in 4.4.2), even after power off or manual
operation or high frequency operation has depleted the normal
reserve capacity. This system will operate in conjunction with
and from normal EFO controls.
3.2
Electro-Mechanical Signal Gate. A electrically operated wood
arm signal gate shall be supplied to alert vehicle drivers of
the Barricade position. The gate operate shall interface with
the Barricade at the control circuit.
The control circuit
shall close the gate at the Barricade "up" command and remain
closed until the Barricade is fully lowered.
The wood arm
shall be ___ foot ( 6, 8, 10 or 12 foot can be specified) long
and be striped with reflective yellow/black tape.
The gate
assembly shall be mountable directly to the roadway surface.
3.3
Stop/Go Traffic Lights. Red/Green 8 inch traffic lights shall
be supplied to alert vehicle drivers of the Barricade
position. The green light shall indicate that the Barricade
is fully down. All other positions shall cause the light to
show red. Brackets shall be supplied to allow light(s) to be
located on a (3.5 inch OD post) (wall) (3.5 inch OD post back to back). The light operating voltage shall be 120 Volt
(alternately 240 Volt), power consumption 40 watts per light.
3.4
Sump Pump.
A self priming sump pump shall be supplied to
drain water collected in the Barricade foundation. The pump
shall have the capacity to remove ____ inches per minute of
rainfall a distance of ______ feet to customer supplied
discharge drain. Pump operating voltage shall be 120/1/50-60
(alternately 240/1/50-60).
3.5
Safety Interlock Detector.
A vehicle detector safety loop
shall be supplied to prevent the Barricade from being
accidentally raised under an authorized vehicle. The detector
shall utilize digital logic have fully automatic tuning for
stable and accurate long term reliability. The output of the
detector shall delay any Barricade rise signal (except for EFO
command) when a vehicle is over the loop.
3.6
Enhanced Power Off Capability.
The hydraulic accumulator
shall be sized to provide ____ half cycle operations of a
single Barricade (or sets of Barricades).
3.7
Weather Resistant HPU Enclosure. A lockable weather resistant
enclosure shall be provided for the HPU.
The design shall
provide for easy access to the HPU for maintenance and
emergency operation of the hydraulic system. Enclosure shall
be provided with a corrosion resistant coating and shall be 60
inches W x 36 inches D x 60 inches H (1524 mm W x 914 mm D x
1524 mm H).
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4.0
PERFORMANCE
4.1
Experience.
Barricade and auxiliaries shall be of proven
design.
Manufacturer shall have had 200 Phalanx type
Barricades in field operation for a minimum of 5 years with
documented field experience for all major components and
design features.
4.2
Qualification Test. Barricade design shall have successfully
passed an actual full scale crash test conducted by a
qualified independent agency.
4.2.1Performance Evaluation. The Barricade shall have a performance
evaluation per D.O.S. Specification SD-SDT-0201 (Dated
April 1985) of K12/L3.0.
4.3
STOPPING CAPACITY.
4.3.1Normal Operation.
Barricade(s) shall provide excellent
security and positive control of normal traffic in both
directions
by
providing
an
almost
insurmountable
obstacle to non-armored or non-tracked vehicles.
The
Barricade system shall be designed to stop a vehicle
attacking from either direction and continue to operate
when the vehicle is within the weight and velocity
characteristics as defined in paragraph 4.3.1.1, minor
repairs excepted.
4.3.1.1
Barricade
shall
be
fully
operational
after
successfully stopping vehicle(s), in the priority
direction, weighing:
15,000
20,000
pounds at
pounds at
70 mph (66,7 kN @ 113 kph)
62 mph (88,9 kN @ 100 kph)
4.3.2High Energy Attack.
Barricade(s) shall be designed to stop
and immobilize non-armored or non-tracked vehicles with
weight and velocity characteristics as defined in
paragraph 4.3.2.1.
The Barricade system shall be
designed to destroy the front suspension system,
steering linkage, engine crank case and portions of the
drive train. Significant damage to the Barricade system
is probable at these levels.
4.3.2.1
The Barricade shall be capable
destroying a vehicle(s) weighing:
of
stopping
and
13,200 pounds at 85 mph (58,7 KN at 137 kph)
20,000 pounds at 70 mph (88,9 KN at 113 kph)
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4.4
SPEED OF OPERATION.
4.4.1Normal Operation. Each Barricade (or set) shall be capable of
being raised or lowered in 3 to 15 seconds (customer
adjustable) when operated at a repetition rate not
greater than specified in paragraph 4.5. Barricade
direction shall be instantly reversible at any point in
its cycle from the control stations.
4.4.2Emergency Fast Operation. Barricade shall rise to the guard
position from fully down in 1.5 seconds maximum when the
emergency fast operate button is pushed provided the
system has not previously been exhausted by power off or
manual operation or high speed cycle rates exceeding
that specified in paragraph 4.5. Barricade shall remain
in the up and locked position (normal up/down buttons
inoperable) until the EFO condition is reset. (See 3.1
for auxiliary emergency fast operate system option).
4.5
FREQUENCY OF OPERATION. Barricade shall be capable of ____
(specify up to 300 cycles per hour) complete up/down cycles
per hour.
5.0
ENVIRONMENTAL DATA (Please supply the following):
Barricade shall operate satisfactorily under the following
environmental conditions:
5.1
Extremes in temperature
Yearly maximum drybulb temp ______f/c
Yearly minimum drybulb temp ______f/c
5.2
Rainfall
Yearly average
______inches
Maximum expected hourly rate______inches/hour
5.3
Snowfall
Maximum expected hourly rate______ inches/hour
Roadway
will
be
(mechanically/manually/chemically)
cleared ________.
6.0
QUALITY ASSURANCE PROVISIONS
6.1
Testing. Upon completion, the Barricade system will be fully
tested in the manufacturer's shop. In addition to complete
cycle testing to verify function and operating speeds, the
following checks shall be made:
6.1.1Identification. A nameplate with manufacturer's name, model
number, serial number and year built shall be located
within the maintenance access area.
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6.1.2Workmanship. The Barricade and subsystems shall have a neat
and workmanlike appearance.
6.1.3Dimensions.
Principal dimensions shall be checked against
drawings and ordering information.
6.1.4Finish.
Coatings shall be checked against ordering
information and shall be workmanlike in appearance.
7.0
PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT
7.1
The Barricade system shall be crated or mounted on skids as
necessary to prevent damage from handling. The shipping
container(s) shall be of sufficient structural integrity to
enable the assembly to be lifted and transported by overhead
crane or forklift without failure.
8.0
MANUFACTURER'S DATA
8.1
Drawings and installation data. The Barricade system drawings
and installation, maintenance and operating manuals shall be
sent to purchaser within 4 weeks of order.
___ additional
copies shall be supplied (1 copy supplied at no cost).
9.0
DISCLAIMER
Please note - careful consideration must be devoted to the
selection, placement and design of a Barricade installation.
Just as in the case of any Barricade system, perimeter
security device or security gate that blocks a roadway or
drive, care must be taken to ensure that approaching vehicle
as well as pedestrians are fully aware of the Barricades and
their operation. Proper illumination, clearly worded warning
signs, auxiliary devices such as semaphore gates, stop-go
signal lights, audible warning devices, speed bumps, flashing
lights, beacons, etc. should be considered.
Delta has
information available on many such auxiliary safety equipment
not specifically listed herein.
It is strongly recommended
that an architect and or a traffic and or safety engineer be
consulted prior to installation of a Barricade system. Delta
will offer all possible assistance in designing the operating
equipment, controls and the overall system but we are not
qualified nor do we purport to offer either traffic or safety
engineering information.
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10.0 PROCUREMENT SOURCE
The Model TT207S/FM Phalanx Surface Mount Barricade System
shall be purchased from:
DELTA SCIENTIFIC CORPORATION
24901 West Avenue Stanford
Valencia, California, 91355, USA
Phone (661)257-1800
FAX
(661)257-1081
ATTN: M.L.MURRAY VICE PRESIDENT, SALES
www.DeltaScientific.com
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