Section - 3 SPECIAL CONDITIONS/SPECIFICATIONS SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR CIVIL WORKS NIL INSTITUTIONAL CAMPUS AT ROHTAK TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR CIVIL WORKS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR CIVIL WORKS 1.0 GLASS AND GLAZING : (Specifications of Glass & Glazing pertaining to N.S. Items under subhead of Aluminium Work) GLASS SIZES The contractor shall cut glass sizes by field measurements or dimensionally approved shop drawings. The responsibility for correct glass sizes shall rest with the contractor. No cracked, wavy, chipped or disfigured glass shall be accepted. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: • • • Hermetically Sealed 6mm clear toughened glass (Inner and Outer) 12mm Air Gap 6mm Toughened +12mm air gap + 6mm Clear float glass toughened SOLAR FACTOR :- .25 U-VALUE :- 2.8 W/sqm k LIGHT TRANSMISSION :22% • • • • Low Emmisivity Hermatically Sealed 6mm clear toughened glass – Outer 12mm Air Gap 6mm toughened Low Emmisivity glass – Inner 6mm Toughened +12mm air gap + 6mm toughened Low Emmisivity Glass Inner SOLAR FACTOR :- .2 U-VALUE :- 1.8 W/sqm k LIGHT TRANSMISSION :20% • • • 11.5mm laminated glass 5mm clear toughened glass – Outer 1.52 mm milky PVB Layer 5mm toughened glass – Inner SOLAR FACTOR :U-VALUE :LIGHT TRANSMISSION :• • .23 5.5 W/sqm k 23% Glass for dome – sealed unit comprising of 6mm clear high performance heat strengthened & heat reflective glass • • • • • • • 1.52 mm PVB layer 8 mm. heat strengthened float glass 12 mm. air gap with perforated aluminium spacer bars filled with desicant Secondary sealant (structural silicone) 4 mm. heat strengthened float glass 0.76 mm PVB layer 4 mm heat strengthened float glass SOLAR FACTOR :U-VALUE :LIGHT TRANSMISSION :- .2 1.7 W/sqm k 19% TOUGHENED / TEMPERED) GLASS Toughened glass shall be horizontally toughened on Tam glass produced by subjecting ordinary (annealed) glass to heating followed by rapid surface cooling, which produces high compression in the surface of the glass. To break this glass requires a force strong enough to overcome the compression in the surface in addition to the normal breakage strength of the original annealed glass. Toughened glass is up to five times as strong as ordinary glass in resisting impact, and is also considerably more resistant to dramatic changes in temperature. When it breaks, toughened glass fragments into small, comparatively harmless pieces. It cannot therefore be cut to size and should not be drilled, surface worked or edge worked; extra care must be taken to order the correct size required for glazing. PREPARATION OF FRAMES AND GLASS Before installation the contractor shall ensure that : a. b. c. d. e. f. all glazing rebates are square, plumb and true in plane, clear, dry and dust free; all frame adjustments are made prior to glazing; all glass edges, are clean cut to exact sizes, allowing expansion tolerance as recommended by the glass manufacturer; all sashes shall be glazed in the closed position and shall not be opened until the compound is set; all materials are to be used in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. glass shall not be forced into place; COMPLETION Upon the completion of the work all glass shall be thoroughly cleaned, paint or other marks removed. Any cracked, scratched, chipped or other defective glass shall be removed and replaced without cost to the owner. Any loose glass shall be set to the satisfaction of the architect. GLASS BREAKAGE The contractor shall replace all broken, damaged & disfigured glass before acceptance of the building, at no extra cost to the owner. 2.0 DUCO PAINT (BOQ Item no: 78) Specifications for `duco paint' on door/window frames and shutters the wooden surface proposed for duco paint is prepared by rubbing the wooden surface to be duco painted with coarser sand paper. After minor repairs, the surface is again rubbed with sand paper no.100 and cleaned. Suitable duco paint putty is applied and the surface is left to dry. After rubbing the surface with sand paper no.120 the surface is cleaned & kept dust free. Suitable duco paint primer / surfacer is applied over the surface and left to dry. After rubbing the surface with thinner using emery cloth and patti 2/3 times, surface is being made even and smooth. 1st coat of duco paint is applied evenly with spray machine and the surface is again left for drying 100%. Iind coat of duco paint is sprayed through machine after rubbing and same above mentioned process is repeated till the third and final coat of duco paint. Finally rubbing is done using thinner to give final finish. 3.0 VINERATEX RENDERING (BOQ Item no: 87) VINERATEX rendering, a ready mix single pack synthetic plaster consisting of crushed stone chips of 0.5 to 2.5 mm size in proper gradation, bonded with synthetic resins, adhesives and various chemicals, additives shall be applied as per manufacturers’ specification. Colour shall be as approved by the Engineer-in-charge. Materials stored in containers for more than one year shall not be used for work. The whole work is to be done either by the manufacturer themselves or their approved specialized workmen agency as approved by the Engineer-in-charge. The rendering as final finish shall be applied when all construction, waterproofing, tile laying, plastering, polishing, painting, fitting etc. have been completed. Approval of Sample Before commencing the work, sample panels of size 1 m x 1 m with selected colours shall be prepared at site and got approved by the Engineer-in-charge. Scaffolding Double scaffolding having two sets of vertical supports shall be provided. The supports shall be sound and strong, tied together with horizontal pieces over which scaffolding planks shall be used. Preparation of Surface Joints of RCC work shall be raked-out properly. Dust and loose mortar shall be brushed out. Shuttering imperfections of all concrete work shall be roughened by hacking with chisel and all resulting dust and loose particles cleaned and the surface shall be thoroughly hacked to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-charge. The surface shall be thoroughly washed with water, cleaned and kept wet before plastering is commenced. Application of Vineratex Rendering The rendering shall be applied with trowel against the dry base and thickness of finish shall be 2 mm to 2.5 mm. All excess materials over the desired film thickness shall immediately be scrapped off carefully and the finished surface shall be leveled off smoothly by uniform and even pressure with the steel float. The rendering shall be applied at a time over an area not exceeding 20 sqm in one plane or as per manufacturers’ specification. Vertical/Horizontal grooves not exceeding 10 mm in width shall be provided for each panel of 20 sqm or as per manufacturer’s instruction at locations approved by the Engineer-in-charge. These shall be filled with approved polysulphide sealant, wherever required, of colour matching with the colour of Vineratex Finish for which nothing extra shall be paid. Precautionary Measures Wherever possible all work shall continue without stop, completing the area being decorated with the rendering in one operation. If the area is large, sufficient number of workers shall be employed so that a flowing edge may be maintained without forming any joints. However, it is important that while making a joint, no overlapping or over troweling is done at the joint. The work shall be carried out in the shade, away from the full effect of the hot sun. At the times the completed work shall be protected against the rain fall until complete hardness has been obtained. Defects to be removed Surface finished with textured coating shall meet the approval of the Engineer-in-charge. Any cracks or waviness appearing on the surface and portion emitting hollow sound when tapped or are found to be soft or otherwise defective not conforming to the approved sample shall be cut out in rectangular shape and redone to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-charge. 4.0 BOND STONE: (Specification pertaining to N.S. Items under subhead of Stone Work) Bond stone shall be bonded as a course in the brick work. The niche to hold the vertical stone shall be carefully made to precise sizes as indicated on detailed drawings. Bond stone shall extend towards inside as shown in drawings. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM 1.0 FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES 1.1 The work of Fire Fighting System shall include the followings: a) Providing M.S. black steel pressure pipe line main including Valves, Fire Hydrants, Excavation for Pipe, Laying of pipe, Painting of pipe and Making Connection to supply system. b) Black Steel Pipe, Mains Laterals, Branches, Valves Hangers and Appurtenances. c) Hose Reels, Rubberized fabric lined hose pipes, Hose cabinets, Sprinkler heads and Landing Valves. d) Portable Fire Extinguishers 2. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 2.1 All materials shall be of the best quality conforming to the Specifications and subject to the approval of the Engineer – in charge . 2.2 Pipes and Fittings shall be fixed truly Vertical, Horizontal or in slopes as required in a neat workman like manner. 2.3 Pipes shall be fixed in a manner so as to provide easy accessibility for repair and maintenance and shall not cause any obstruction in Shaft, Passage etc. 2.4 Pipes shall be securely fixed to walls and ceiling by suitable clamps at intervals specified. Only approved type of anchor fasteners shall be used for RCC ceilings. 2.5 Valves and other appurtenance shall be so located that they are easily accessible for operation, repairs and maintenance. 3.0 PIPE AND FITTINGS 3.1 Piping 3.1.1 Pipes of the following types (depending upon the description of item) shall be used: 3.1.2 MS black pipes conforming to IS:1239, ISI marked ( heavy grade ) (for pipes of sizes 150mm NB and below) suitably treated on the out side to prevent soil corrosion as per IS:10221. 3.1.3 Piping ( for Pipes upto 150 mm dia ) The pipes shall be manufactured by Electric Resistant Welded ( ERW ) / High Frequency Induction Welding or Hot Finished Welded process. The sulphur and phosphorus requirements in steel shall not be more than 0.05 percent each. The tubes shall be manufactured from hot rolled steel skelps / strips conforming to IS :10748. The following manufacturing tolerances shall be permitted on the tubes and sockets : Thickness : Shall not be less than 10 percent Weight : Shall not vary by more than 10 percent either way. The pipes shall satisfy the following table w.r.t. diameter, thickness and weight of tube. Screwed tubes shall be supplied with threads as per IS:554. Each tube shall be tested for hydrostatic test for leak tightness as an in process test at the manufacturer's works. The finished pipe shall be tested for Tensile Strength, Elongation, Bend Test and Flattening Test. 3.1.4 Piping ( for Pipes from 150 mm dia onwards ) The pipes shall be manufactured by Electric Resistant Welded ( ERW ) Electric Fusion Welding or Induction Welding process. The sulphur and phosphorus requirements in steel shall not be more than 0.05 percent each. The tubes shall be manufactured from hot rolled steel skelps / strips conforming to IS :10748 by butt welding longitudinally or spirally. The weld shall be continuous. The pipes shall conform to the Tensile Test, Hydraulic Pressure Test and Mechanical Tests as per IS:3589. The pipes shall also conform to the requirements of the Outside pipe dias as laid down in IS : 3589. The tolerances on the pipe body shall not vary more than 0.75 percent of that prescribed in the above mentioned Code. All pipes shall be of minimum 6 mm wall thickness. Pipes shall be supplied with bevel edging. 3.1.5 MS pipe upto 150 mm dia shall have all fittings as per IS:1239,part II(heavy grade) while pipes above 150 mm dia shall be as per IS:3589 inclusive of IS marking. 3.1.6 For MS pipes upto 50 mm dia screwed jointing shall be adopted, while for pipes above 50mm dia welded or flanged connections shall be used. Only electro galvanized nuts / bolts shall be used. 3.1.7 The different type of pipes / fittings shall conform to the following: Type of Pipe / (Dia) Size Grade Ends / Fitting Code G.I. Pipes Upto 50 mm dia Medium Screwed IS:1239 (Part I) G I Fittings - do - Heavy - do - IS:1239 (Part II) G I Pipes G I Fittings M S Pipes M S Fittings Above 50 mm dia and upto 150 mm dia - do - Above 150 mm dia - do - Medium Heavy, machine formed from IS marked Heavy Grade Pipes 6 mm wall thickness Schedule 40 Bevel, Butt Welded, 3 layers - do - Bevel, Butt welded, 3 layers - do - IS:1239 (Part I) IS:1239 (Part II) IS:3589 IS:3589. 3.1.8 Hangers and supports shall be capable of carrying the sum total of all concurrently acting loads. They shall be designed to provide the required supporting effects and allow pipelines movements as necessary. All guides, anchors, braces, dampeners, expansion joints and structural steel to be attached to the building / structure, trenches etc shall be provided by the Contractor. Hangers and components for all piping shall be approved by the Consultant. Hangers / supports to be used shall be as per the drawing enclosed. Anchoring fasteners shall be rated to take minimum 2-ton load and shall be as per approved make. Hangers shall be at 3.0 M intervals. Additional supports shall be provided at bends etc. Angles for pipe supports should not be less than 40 x 40 x 6 mm size. Cutting shall be by gas cutter. All cut edges and weld surfaces shall be grounded to a smooth finish. 3.1.9 The piping system and components shall be capable of withstanding 150 per cent of the working pressure including water hammer effects and test pressure upto 10.5 kg / cm2. 3.1.10 Flanged joints shall be used for connections to vessels, equipment, flanged valves and also on suitable straight lengths of pipeline of strategic points to facilitate erection and subsequent maintenance work. 3.1.11 The piping for the hydrant system in the yard shall be laid in soil 1.0 M deep, the pipe line shall have wrapping in 4 mm thick makpolykote/pykote layer as per IS:10221. The internal surface of the tape shall be heated with the blower and then wrapped around the pipe with a minimum overlay of 12 mm. The scope of work includes necessary excavation of trench and back filling the same. The scope of work also includes necessary watering, ramming, removing the surplus earth from the site etc. 3.1.12 Pipe to pipe jointing by welding shall be carried out over ground. A maximum of 4 lengths shall be jointed after which flanged connection with asbestos gaskets shall be used. Welding shall be carried out as per related Item given elsewhere. Pipe lowering into the trench shall be carried out with utmost care to avoid damage to the joints. No backfilling shall be carried out unless the pipes have been pressure tested for joint leakages. 3.1.13 Flange thickness shall be as per BS table. 3.1.14 Welding shall be carried out by 3 Phase Rectifier type Welding Set. Welding shall be on high Current Low Voltage basis. Conventional welding machines shall not be accepted. 3.1.15 All pipe to pipe receiving edges shall be bevel finished to a clean edge by a electric grinder. A requisite gap determined by the thickness of the weld electrode shall be given between the joints before start of welding. 3.1.16 Weld Electrodes shall be of approved make, of grade and type as suitable for the job. This shall be satisfied by the Consultant before start of work. 3.1.17 Joints shall be given a first weld in full width without burrs on the full dia of the pipe. Welding shall be carried out vertically from the surface to be welded. Weld fluxes shall not be so plastic such as to fall or drip down. 3.1.18 After application of first coat the weld shall be ground and then another layer of welding shall take place. The weld shall also be cleaned by grinding. Similarly, a third weld shall also be applied. 3.1.19 All pipe cutting shall be by oxy acetylene gas welding only. The cut surface shall be cleaned and ground by a electric grinder before further welding. 3.1.20 Pipe cutting or welding in inaccessible areas shall be avoided. Pipes shall not welded in trenches unless the bottom edge of the pipe does not have clear space for working with electrode. 3.1.21 For supports angle pieces shall be cut by oxy acetylene gas and cleaned by electric grinder. All cutting for bolt inserts shall be by electric drill. 4.0 PIPE PROTECTION 4.1 All pipes above ground and in exposed locations shall be painted with one coat of Red Oxide Primer and two or more coats of Synthetic Enamel Paint of approved shade. 4.2 All black steel pipes under floors or below ground shall be provided with protection against corrosion by application of 100mm wide and 4mm thick layer of PYPKOTE/MAKPOLYKOTE over the pipe, as per manufacturers specifications. 5.0 PIPE SUPPORTS 5.1 All pipes shall be adequately supported from ceiling or walls from existing/new inserts by Structural clamps fabricated from M.S. Structurals e.g. Rods, Channels, Angles and Flats as per details given in drawings and specifications. All clamps shall be painted with one coat of red lead and two coats of black Enamel paint. 5.2 Where inserts are not provided, the Contractor shall provide anchor fasteners. Anchor fastener shall be fixed to walls and ceilings by drilling holes with Electrical drill in an approved manner as recommended by the manufacturer of the fasteners. 6. TESTING 6.1 All piping in the system shall be tested to a hydrostatic pressure of 10.5 Kg/Cm2 without drop in pressure for at least 30 minutes. 6.2 Rectify all leakages, make adjustment and retest as required. 7. ANCHOR BLOCK 7.1 Contractor shall provide suitable cement concrete, anchor blocks of ample dimensions at all bends, tee connection and other places required and necessary for overcoming pressure thrusts in pipes. Anchor blocks shall be of cement concrete 1:2:4 mix (1 cement: 2 coarse sand: 4 stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size). 8. VALVES 8.1 Valves, gauge and orifice plates 8.1.1 Sluice Valves above 65 mm shall be of Cast Iron body and Bronze/Gunmetal seat. They shall conform to type PN 1.6 of IS:780-1980, valves upto 65mm shall be of Gunmetal 2 Fullway Valve with wheel tested to 20 Kg./cm class-II as per I.S: 778-1971. Valve wheels shall be of right hand type and have an arrow head engraved or cast thereon showing the direction for turning open and closing. 8.1.2 Non-return valves shall be of Cast Iron body and Bronze/Gunmetal seat. They shall conform to class of IS:5312 and have flanged ends. They shall be swing check type in horizontal runs and lift check type in vertical runs of piping. They shall not be spring-loaded type. 8.1.3 Gate valves shall be provided with a hand wheel, position indicator, bypass valve, draining arrangement of seat valve and locking facility (as required ). Gate valves shall have back setting bush to facilitate gland renewal during full open condition. 8.1.4 Valves below 50 mm size shall have screwed ends while those of 50 mm and higher sizes shall have flanged connections. Drain lines will have valves for draining. 9.0 EXTERNAL YARD HYDRANTS 9.1 The Contractor shall provide External Fire Hydrant in the Ring or on External Fire Line, as per specifications as specified in Schedule of Quantities and as shown in drawings. The spacing of the hydrants and the distance from the building shall be maintained as per relevant requirements of latest relevant codes, unless specified herewith. 9.2 Each External Fire Hydrant shall be provided with an External Fire Hose Cabinet of M.S or fibre glass, as specified in Schedule of Quantities of size 76.8 x 61.44 x 25.80 cm, as approved by the Architect to equip 2 nos. of 63 mm dia rubber lined hose and accessories as required. The cabinet shall be installed near the Hydrant as per details, approved by the Engineer in charge 9.3 The sheet work shall be powder coated with red paint. The words "Yard Hydrant", "Hydrant" etc. shall be painted in white (or red on the glass) in 75 mm high letters. The hose box shall be lockable with socket spanner. All horizontal surfaces shall be sloped adequately with water discharge holes. Vents shall also be located on sides of the Box. 9.4 A brick pedestal with brick wall complete with plaster shall also be constructed for supporting the hose box. All surfaces shall be plastered with 1 : 4 ratio ( 1 cement : 4 fine sand ) mortar. 10.0 INTERNAL HYDRANTS 10.1 The Internal Hydrant outlet shall comprise “Single Headed Single Outlet Gunmetal Landing Valve” conforming to type ‘A’ of IS:5290-1977. The valve shall be oblique type complete with hand wheel, quick coupling connection, spring and gun metal blank cap as per I.S.:5290. 10.2 A cap with chain is provided on one head of the outlet. The hydrant will have an instantaneous pattern female coupling for connecting to Hose Pipe. 10.3 The Landing Valve shall be fitted to a Tee connection on the wet riser at the landing. 10.4 The Hydrant shall be constructed from gun metal as per IS, and finished to a smooth polish on screwed ends. The Hydrant shall have screwed inlet of 75 mm dia, flanged type with 4 nos holes. The outlet shall be 63 mm female instantaneous oblique type. The spindle shall be of gun metal with cast iron wheel. The Hydrant shall have a PVC plug with chain fixed to the main body of the Hydrant. The Hydrant shall conform to IS:5290. The Hydrant shall be tested to 25 kg / cm2 test pressure. The Hydrant shall not leak at any screwed joint. All threaded joints shall be sealed with Holdtite. The lug shall be wing type. 10.5 The Hydrant System shall be kept pressurized all the times. The pressure in the Hydrant pipe work shall be kept constant at 7.0 Kg/cm2. In the event of fire when any of the hydrant valve in the network is opened, the resultant fall in header pressure shall start the Hydrant Pump through pressure switches automatically. 10.6 The hydrant risers shall be terminated with air release valve at the highest points to release the trapped air in the pipe work. 11.0 FIRST-AID HOSE REEL EQUIPMENT 11.1 First aid hose reel equipment shall comprise reel, hose guide fixing bracket hose tubing globe valve, stopcock and nozzle. This shall conform to IS:884 - 1969. The hose tubing shall confirm to IS:1532-1969. 11.2 The hose tubing shall be 20 mm dia and 36.5m long. The G.M nozzle and globe valve shall be of 20 mm size. 11.3 The fixing bracket shall be of swinging type. Operating instructions shall be engraved on the assembly. This heavy duty mild steel and cast iron brackets shall be conforming to IS:884 - 1969. The first-aid hose reel shall be connected directly to the M.S. pipe riser taken independently from ring. 12. HOSE PIPES, BRANCH PIPES AND NOZZLES 12.1 Hose pipes 12.1.1 Two numbers Hose Pipes shall be rubber lined woven jacketed and 63mm in dia. 15m long. They shall confirm to type 2 (Reinforced rubber lined) of IS:636 - 1979. The hose shall be sufficiently flexible and capable of being rolled. 12.1.2 Each run of hose shall be complete with necessary coupling at the ends to match with the landing valve or with another run of hose pipe or with branch pipe. The couplings shall be of instantaneous spring lock type. This shall be conforming to IS:903. 13. BRANCH PIPE 13.1 Branch pipes 13.2 Branch pipe shall be of Copper, Gunmetal or Aluminum alloy 63 mm dia and be complete with male instantaneous spring lock type coupling for connection to the hose pipe. The branch pipe shall be externally threaded to receive the nozzle. Nozzle The nozzle shall be of Copper or Gunmetal, 20 mm in (internal) diameter. The screw threads at the inlet connection shall match with the threading on the branch pipe. The inlet end shall have a hexagonal head to facilitate screwing of the nozzle on to the branch pipe with nozzle spanner. 13.3 Couplings Couplings shall be of aluminium alloy, machined and polished to requirements. Both Male and female couplings shall be fitted into each other smoothly and without any unnecessary force. Couplings shall IS:903 marked with the name of the manufacturer. The coupling shall be tested to 25 kg / cm2 test pressure. The Male couplings shall be provided with lugs for inserting female coupling. 13.4 End Couplings, Branch pipe, and Nozzles shall conform to IS:903 - 1985. 13.5 Two hoses of 15m length with couplings shall be provided with each External (Yard) Hydrant. Two hoses of 7.5m/15m length, as specified, with couplings shall be provided with each Internal Hydrant. One nozzle and one branch pipe with coupling shall be provided with each Yard Hydrant And Internal Hydrant. 14. HOSE CABINET 14.1 The hose cabinet to accommodate the Hose Pipes, Branch Pipe, Nozzle and Hydrant Outlets shall be fabricated from 2 mm thick or 14 mm gauge M.S sheet. The overall size shall be 2100x900x715 mm, or as per the Architectural details. In case of Internal Hydrants this shall accommodate the Hose Reel equipment also. This shall have lockable centre opening glazed doors. Where the niche for wet riser is provided with shutters, separate hose cabinet as above may be dispensed with. 14.2 The hose cabinet shall be painted red and stove enameled. The words "Yard Hydrant", "Hydrant" etc. shall be painted in white (or red on the glass) in 75 mm high letters. All horizontal surfaces shall be sloped adequately with water discharge holes. Vents shall also be located on sides of the Box. 15. FIRE BRIGADE INLET CONNECTIONS 15.1 Fire Brigade Inlet connection shall be provided near the pump house and to the wet riser system at specified and as described in the BOQ, for the following purposes: 15.2 i) Fire Brigade suction connection for fire static tank with provision of foot valve. ii) Fire brigade inlet connection to fire static tank. iii) Fire brigade inlet connection to the wet riser system. Each connection shall be in accordance with similar dia of Sluice valve and Non return valve. The locations of these Fire brigade connection shall be suitably decided with the approval of Consultant/Landscape Architect and with a view that these are easily accessible to the fire brigade, without any possible Hindrance. 16. HYDRAULIC SIREN A siren shall be provided in the system, to indicate the flow of water in the wet riser system as may be specified in Bill of Quantities. Alternative arrangements may also be adopted. This shall be turbine type. 17. VALVE CHAMBERS 17.1 Contractor shall provide suitable Brick Masonry Chamber in cement mortar 1:5 (1 cement: 5 coarse sand) on cement concrete foundations 150 mm thick in 1:5:10 mix (1 cement: 5 fine sand: 10 graded stone aggregate 40 mm nominal size) 15 mm thick plaster inside and outside finished with a floating coat of neat cement inside with cast iron surface box approved by fire brigade including excavation, back filling complete. 17.2 Valve chambers shall be of following size: For depths 100 cm and beyond 90x90x100 cm 18. PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER Portable fire extinguishers shall be provided as per Bill of Quantities and shall confirm to IS:2190-1979. • Two 9 lit. water CO2 type for every 600 Sq.m area with minimum of 1 extinguishers per floor as per I.S:940-1989 • Dry Chemical powder type of 5 Kg. Capacity as per I.S:2171 • CO2 type of 4.5 Kg. capacity as per I.S:2878. 19.0 Piping 19.1 For piping the specifications as laid down for Hydrant piping shall be followed except for pipe fittings below 50 mm dia where only screwed pipe fittings shall be used. Teflon tape shall be used in all jointing between sprinkler head and pipe. 'HoldTite' shall be used in all threaded pipe to pipe joints. 20.0 SYSTEM TESTING The Contractor shall cause interim/stage inspection during execution of the works as and when so called for and shall carry out any rectification/ modification as may be suggested by the Project Manager. Soon after the work is completed, the Contractor shall inform in writing to the Project Manager of the Project for getting the complete system including all sub-systems and instrumentation, control panels etc. thoroughly inspected and tested for satisfactory performance. After satisfactory completion of tests of the systems by the Architect / Project Manager, Contractor shall be required to carry out all start-up trials of the system provided by him. Any defects noticed during these tests shall be speedily rectified by the Contractor. 20.1 HYDRANT SYSTEM TESTING Acceptance Test: At the time of taking over, the hydrant system shall fulfill the following acceptance tests: Starting-up of the pressurization (Jockey Pump): The pressure switch shall be set at 3.5 Kg/cm2 at the lower limit and 5.0 Kg/cm2 at the upper limit. The system drain valve shall be opened to cause a drop in the pressure. The terrace Pump shall start as soon as the pressure gauge needle falls down to 3.5 Kg. The Terrace Pump shall be set to start at 3.5 Kg/cm2. All these tests mentioned above shall be repeated after one-hour interval. The result of all the tests shall be identical again. After the system has satisfactorily withstood the above tests, it can be taken over from the contractor. 21. GUARANTEE 21.1 The Contractor shall submit a warranty for all Equipments, Materials and Accessories supplied by him against manufacturing defects, malfunctioning or under capacity functioning. 21.2 The form of warranty shall be as approved by the Engineer – in charge 21.3 The warranty shall be valid for a period of one year from the date of commissioning and handling over. 21.4 The warranty shall expressly include replacement of all defective or under capacity equipment Engineer – in charge may allow repair of certain equipment if the same is found to meet the requirement for efficient functioning of the system. 21.5 The warranty shall include replacement of any equipment found to have capacity lesser than the rated capacity as accepted in the contract. The replacement equipment shall be approved by the Engineer – in charge 21.6 The Contractor shall include in his rates the operation of all Mechanical equipment for a period of six months from the date of commissioning. No separate payment will be made on this account. 22. APPROVAL FROM LOCAL AUTHORITY It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to obtain the approval from the local Fire authority as per Statutory requirements . LIST OF APPROVED MAKES OF MATERIALS (Water Supply / Sanitary/Plumbing Installation & Fire Fighting) 1 CPVC pipes Flow Guard / Ajay / Ashirwad 2 CPVC Fittings Flow Guard / Ajay / Ashirwad 3 Gun metal valves / brass ball valves ' IS' stamped manufactured by Leader Engineeiring works/Zolotto/Sant 4 C.I. Sluice valve and check valves/ butterfly valves Zolotto./C&R/Leader / Sant 5 S.F.R.C. Manhole covers K.K. Manhole and grating Co. 6 Stoneware pipes & Gully trays Perfect Potteries, Burn Potteries, Hind 7 Hume pipes (ISI – stamped) Indian Hume pipe co. Bombay or equivalent 8 R.C.C. Pipes ISI Marked 9 CI Manhole Covers & Frames BC, RIF, Kajeco, KK 10 Pressure Gauge H Guru 11. Vitreous China Sanitary ware ( First quality) NEYCER, Hindustan, Parryware, CERA 12. Heavy Bakelite Toilet Seats and Cover with CP Brass Commander, Diplomat, Bestolite. 13. CP Fittings Jaguar, GEM, Parco 14. Bathroom CP Accessories ESSESS, Opera Collection, Akoi 15. CP Bottle Trap Jaguar 16. Soil & Waste Pipes and Fittings BC, RIF, SKF 17 UPVC Supreme, Finnolex, 18. GI & MS Pipes TATA, Jindal (Hissar), Surya, 19. GI Fittings (Malleable Cast Iron ) KS, UNIK, Zoloto 20. Gunmetal Valves Leader, Sant, Zoloto. 21. Butterfly Valve C&R, Cravelry & Ray Pvt. Ltd.(Calcutta) 22. CI/SS Pipes Kesoram, IISCO 23. Mirror Atul 24. Stoneware Pipes and Gully Traps Perfect 25. LA Pipes Kesoram 26. Fire Fighting Equipments Vijay, NEWAGE, Minimax. 27. Fire Extinguishers Fireage, Vijay, Minimax 28. Fire Fighting hose Reel Tubing Dunlop 29. RL Hose Reel Jayshree, NEWAGE. Note:(1) The Contractor shall supply ISI marked material as per any of the makes or brands indicated above. In case the firm is not manufacturing ISI marked material for any of the brands, first quality material shall be accepted. The samples of the material shall in either case have to be got approved form the Engineer–in-Charge. (2) Material where no make/brand has been mentioned, ISI marked shall be submitted by the Contractor for approval of Engineer-in-Charge. For those class of materials, where no firms exist with ISI approval, sample of the first quality material of the firm shall be submitted for the approval of the Engineer-in-Charge. (3) Only materials of approved brand/make/manufacturers as mentioned above or as specified else where in these specifications /bill of quantities shall be used in the work. Samples of these makes /brands /manufacturers for each material shall be submitted by the contractor to the Engineer-in-Charge for the approval well before the requirement of actual procurement and only the material as per sample approved by the Engineer-in-Charge shall be procured for use in the work. (4) Any variation from the above mentioned makes /brands will require specific approval of the Engineer-in-Charge. LIST OF APPROVED MAKES OF MATERIALS (CIVIL WORKS) 1. 2. Stainless Steel Lever handles with Mortice lock / Thumb-turn Indicator Stainless Steel Hardware 3. Waterproofing Compound 4. Bitumen 5. Oil Distemper 6. Waterproofing Cement Paint 7. Synthetic Enamel Paint 8. Commercial Block Board, Commercial Ply, Ply Board, Teak Ply 9. Plain Particle Board 10. Pre-laminated particle board 11. Factory made flush door 12. Laminates 13. Processed glass (Float / Toughened / Thermo-insulating double glass) 14. Precast Terrazzo Tiles Dorma, Ingersoll Rand or equivalent Dorma, Ingeroll Rand, Doorset, Cavalier FOSROC, CICO, STP, GE Silicon, Pidilite Indian Oil / Hindustan Petroleum, Bharat Petroleum Asian Paints, Berger Paints, Garware, J&N, Nerolac Asian Paints, Snowcem India Ltd., Nerolac, Berger Asian Paints, Berger Paints, Garware, Nerolac, J&N, ICI Duro, National, Green Ply Industries Pvt. Ltd., Jayshree Timber Products Bhutan, Novapan, Bakelite Hylam, CP Gulanz Bhutan, Novapan, Bakelite Hylam, CP Gulanz Alpro Industries, Kitply, Goel Industries, Jain Industries, Black Cobra Decolam, Greenlam, Formica, National Laminate, Royal Touch, CP Gulanz Gold Plus, Allied Glasses, M/s Sejal Mumbai, Modi, Ashai, Gurind India or equivalent NITCO, NTC, Hindustan Tiles, Gem 15. Aluminium extruded sections for Doors, Windows, Ventilators 16. Glazed Tiles Indal, Hindal, Jindal, Hindalco 17. Sealant for expansion Joints and waterproofing. 18. O.P. Cement Dow corning, Pidilite, GE Silicon. 19. White Cement J.K. White / Birla White / Nilion White Johnson (I) Ltd., Somany Pilkington, Orient, NITCO L&T, Vikram, JK, Birla Cement, Gujarat Ambuja, ACC. 20. Reinforcement Bars TATA, SAIL, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd. 21. Wire Mesh Sterling Enterprises, Trimurti Welded Mesh 22. Structural Steel TATA , Lloyd 23. Gypsum Board Gypsum India 24. Floor Hardner (Non-metallic) FOSROC, CICO, Pidilite or equivalent 25. Expansion Joint System Vexcott UK, HERCULES Structural System, Shenfield. 26. Textured Paint Spectrum Paints Pvt. Ltd. 27. Fire Proof Paint AkzoNobel, SIGMA 28. Polyurethane Coating FOSROC, AkzoNobel 29. Float Glass 30. Vitrified tiles 31. Stainless Steel Saint Gobin, Modi Glass, Indo Asahi. Naveen, Johnsons, Asian Salem, SAIL. Note:(1) The Contractor shall supply ISI marked material as per any of the makes or brands indicated above. In case the firm is not manufacturing ISI marked material for any of the brands, first quality material shall be accepted. The samples of the material shall in either case have to be got approved form the Engineer–in-Charge. (2) Material where no make/brand has been mentioned, ISI marked shall be submitted by the Contractor for approval of Engineer-in-Charge. For those class of materials, where no firms exist with ISI approval, sample of the first quality material of the firm shall be submitted for the approval of the Engineer-in-Charge. (3) Only materials of approved brand/make/manufacturers as mentioned above or as specified else where in these specifications /bill of quantities shall be used in the work. Samples of these makes /brands /manufacturers for each material shall be submitted by the contractor to the Engineer-in-Charge for the approval well before the requirement of actual procurement and only the material as per sample approved by the Engineer-in-Charge shall be procured for use in the work. (4) Any variation from the above mentioned makes /brands will require specific approval of the Engineer-in-Charge. SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR INTERNAL ELECTRICAL WORKS SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR INTERNAL ELECTRICAL WORKS 1. 2. 3. GENERAL: The following Special Conditions shall be read in conjunction with General Conditions of Contract. If there are any provisions in these Special Conditions, which are at Variance with the provisions in the above-mentioned documents, the Provisions in this Special Conditions shall take precedence. The Tenderer, if wishes to associate sub-contractors for any of the discipline/section of the work shall state so in his technical bid. Such sub-contractors should at least be registered with CPWD or MES or Railways or P&T or any other central/state govt/PSU in the appropriate class of contractors eligible for tendering for such section of the work. INSPECTION & APPROVAL OF THE WORK BY LOCAL AUTHORITY The contractor has to obtain all clearances & approvals from any statuary authority/local bodies pertaining to electrical installations. The contractor shall obtain all information relating to local regulations, Bye- laws, applicable if any and all laws relating to his work or profession and his having to execute work as required. Contractor shall obtain approval of the installation from the relevant inspection authorities at all stages and on completion of the installation work. Any fee payable to the statutory authority for obtaining approvals is required to be paid by the contractor. However the necessary reimbursement of the fee deposited by the contractor to any statutory authority (as mentioned above) will be made on production/submission of the valid documentary proof/evidence. 4. Training: The contractor has to provide training to the client staff and also operate the system (if required) for a period of one month from the date of handing over free of cost. 5. Pre-delivery Inspection & approval: The contractor shall offer the pre-delivery inspection of all the materials at manufacturers work to the Engineer-in-charge. The intimation for such inspections shall be given atleast 15 days in advance from the date of proposed inspection. RITES along with CLIENT representative may inspect any/all the materials required in this project. All the testing facilities and all the consumables including the fuel etc. shall be provided by the contractor and nothing extra shall be paid on this account. 6 . Tender drawings and Shop Drawings: The work shall be executed as per latest working drawings to be prepared by the contractor after award of work and submitted to the Engineer-in-charge for approval. The Drawings & data provided are for guidance to the contractor. The exact dimensions, location, distance & levels etc shall be governed by the space conditions. The tender drawings are indicative and are for the guidance of the contractor. The drawings appended with the tender documents are intended to show the space allotted for various equipment, bus duct, cable and pipe routes etc. besides general electrical layout. The equipment offered shall be suitable for installation in the spaces shown in these drawings / available at site. The contractor shall prepare and submit to RITES for approval detailed shop/working drawings of all works on award of the work. Two set of all such working drawings shall be submitted to RITES for approval, including such changes as may have been suggested by the Engineer-in-charge as required at the earliest within 15 days of awarding of the work. - General electrical conduit layout - Wiring – light, power, telephone & control etc. as required. - Foundation / fixing arrangement of various electrical equipments/installations. - Bus Duct- layout, fabrication details and mounting details. The contractor shall also take parallel action (after award of work) for submission of applications along with the drawings, documents & details etc. to various Statutory Bodies/Authorities for obtaining their approval/clearances. The contractor shall re- submit 4 sets of all the drawings to the RITES within 7 days from date of receiving comments if any from the RITES after incorporating the comments. 7. Completion Drawings: After completion of work, the contractor shall have to submit the following set of drawing to RITES. 4 sets of hard copies + 1 Tracing + 3 Soft Copy (in ‘Auto CAD’ applicable version) in CD of the following layout drawings. (Indicating complete Equipment like switch boards, panels, cabinets, Bus trunking, Panels, Ducting, cabling, piping, other works installed & single line diagrams of the installations etc.) for final record & maintenance:a) Electrical installation drawings giving complete details of all the equipment, including their location & foundations. b) Bus-Duct layout drawings with their sizes and locations. c) Electrical drawings of all electrical control panels giving switch-gear ratings and their disposition, cable feeder sizes and their layout. d) Control wiring drawings with all control components and sequence of operations to explain the operation of control circuits. e) Any other drawings relevant to the work. f) Dimensioned drawings, including elevations, showing the details of erection of entire lift including the foundations. 8. DOCUMENTS TO BE FURNISHED ON COMPLETION OF INSTALLATION Six sets of the following shall be furnished to RITES / CLIENT by the contractor on completion of the work:a) Completion Drawings as per Clause 16 above. b) Manufacturer's catalogues of all equipment and accessories, operation and maintenance manuals of all major equipment, detailing all adjustments, operation and maintenance procedure. c) Manufacturer’s Guarantee / Warantee certificates of all the equipments & materials etc. d) Clearances/approval of various Statutory Bodies/Authorities for this system. e) Any other information the Engineer-in-charge may deem fit. No completion certificate will be issued until the above drawings and documents are submitted to the Engineer-in-charge. 9. Performance Testing at Site: After completion of erection at site & a preliminary warm up period, acceptance trial run of a minimum period of 7 days duration shall be conducted at site. The trial shall be conducted in the presence of the Engineer-in-charge and the test results shall be recorded in an approved format. The contractor at his cost shall provide all facilities labour, instruments, materials and consumables etc. as required for the test. Tests proving the satisfactory performance of all operating gear and safety functions and controls shall be carried out. All calibrated instruments, materials, load configuration, fuel, lubricating oil and labour required for carrying out of the test shall be provided by the contractor free of cost. The contractor shall give ample notice of the test to the Engineer-in-charge. 10. The contractor shall be fully responsible for the maintenance including watch and ward of all the electrical installations provided by him until the works are handed over to client/Directorate of Technical Education, Haryana . Thereafter, the work can be handed over to the Client alongwith all inventories, completion plans etc. as required. 11. CO-ORDINATION: The Contractor shall co-operate with any other agency working in the same project, compare plans, specifications and the time schedules and so arrange his work that there will be no interference. The Contractor shall forward to the Engineer-in-charge all correspondence and drawings so exchanged. Failure to check plans for conditions will render the contractor responsible for bearing the cost of any subsequent change found necessary or damages done. However, contractor shall afford necessary facilities to execute the work simultaneously with other agencies executing the works like electrification, horticulture, external services and other building works for the same project. RITES/DTE, Haryana shall entertain no claim on this account. The electrical work shall be executed in close Coordination with the progress of building work. This being the essence of the contract, an activity chart clearly showing critical areas should be furnished before commencing the work for proper monitoring and coordination. 12. HANDING OVER THE WORKS ON COMPLETION: On satisfactory completion of all the works as per the provision of the Contract, the Contractor shall hand over the works to the client/ DTE,HARYANA. The Contractor shall ensure that all the testing commissioning & trial run operation of all the system are simultaneously carried out so as to make the same functional immediately on completion. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to obtain clearances from all the Statutory Bodies like Electrical Inspector & Fire Officer etc. as required for the installations prior to commissioning & handing over the same after completion of work. 13. All material to be used on works shall bear I.S. Certification work unless otherwise the make specified in the item or special conditions appended with the tender document. In case I.S. marked materials or the materials mentioned in the tender document are not used due to non-availability, the materials used shall conform to I.S. code or CPWD Specifications applicable in this contract. In such cases the Engineer-in-charge shall satisfy himself about the quality of such materials and give his approval in writing. Only articles classified as “First Quality” by the manufacturers shall be used unless otherwise specified. All materials not having I.S. marking shall be tested as per provision of the Mandatory Tests in CPWD Specifications and the relevant IS specifications. The Engineer-in-charge may relax the condition regarding testing if the quantity of materials required for the work is small. For the products bearing ISI certification work, no further testing is required at site. In all such cases of use of IS certified materials, proper proof of procurement of materials from authentic manufactures shall be provided by the contractor to the satisfaction of Engineerin-charge. 14. Other agencies doing work of electrification, air-conditioning, external services, other building work, horticulture work etc. for this project will also simultaneously execute the works and the contractor shall afford necessary facilities for the same. The contractor shall leave such necessary holes, openings, etc. for laying/burying in the work pipes, cables, conduits, clamps boxes and hooks for fan clamps, etc. as may be required for the electric, sanitary, air-conditioning, fire-fighting, PA system, telephone system, C.C.T.V. system etc. and nothing extra over the agreement rates shall be paid for the same. 15. The work shall be carried out in a manner complying in all respects with the requirements of relevant bye-laws of local body under the jurisdiction of which the work is to be executed or as directed by the Engineer-in-charge and nothing extra shall be paid on this account. 16. For items, where so required, samples shall be prepared before starting the particular items of work for prior approval of the engineer-in-charge and nothing extra shall be payable on this account. 17. PERFORMANCE TEST OF THE INSTALLATIONS The contractor shall give a performance test of the entire installation(s) for 7 adys as per standard specifications before the work is finally accepted and nothing extra whatsoever shall be payable to the contractor for the test. 18. TERMS OF PAYMENT: Progressive on account payment in form of running account Bills will be made to the Contractor as follows: a) 70% of quoted rate as per Contract against supply of material at site in good condition accompanied by relevant test certificates and documents after deducting towards any recovery as per contract. b) 20% of quoted rate as per Contract against satisfactory installation of equipment at site after deducting towards any recovery as per contract and the payment already made. c) Balance 10% of quoted rate as per Contract upon successful testing, commissioning, handing over of installation including submission of final approval from the various Statutory Bodies/Authorities or any other Statutory Body (if required) after deducting towards any recovery as per contract and the payments already made. 19. CLARIFICATIONS OF DISCREPANCIES In case of any discrepancy between technical specifications, approved drawings and BOQ, or disputes in respect there of, the interpretation of the Engineer-in-Charge shall be final and binding on the contractor. 20. The Contractor shall provide and employ on the site a graduate with 10 years experience or recognized Diploma holder with 15 years of experience in electrical engineering who is competent to give proper supervision to the work. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTRICAL INTERNAL WORKS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR INTERNAL ELECTRICAL WORKS SCOPE OF WORK The Scope of work under these specifications shall include design manufacture, testing, supply, storage, erections and commissioning of the electrical works as elaborated in bill of quantities. All Electrical works described are to be carried out as per CPWD Specifications, Relevant IS, IE rules etc. GENERAL TECHNICAL CONDITIONS No wiring shall be laid under the floor unless it is absolutely in escapable. In case this is unavoidable, it should pass through class ’B’ galvanized iron pipe and not through ordinary MS pipe. No extra payment will be made on this account to the contractor. In estimating the current to be carried out by any conductor, in-can-descent lamps, shall be rated at 60 watt, ceiling fan at 80 watt, table fan and ordinary socket point at 100 watt, fluorescent lamps 50 watt and power outlet at 1000 watts, unless the actual values are specified. Light, fan & bell points etc. may be worked on a common circuit or as described. Such circuits shall not have more than a total of 8 points of lights, fans, and sockets outlets. The load of such circuit shall be restricted to 800 watts maximum or as described in case of Industrial electrical wiring. Regarding power circuit the outlets shall be provided according to the load designed for these circuits. In no case these are more than two outlets per circuit. WIRING DESIGN CRITERIA The rates of Point Wiring shall broadly include the following: Unitary flexible copper conductor PVC insulated cables used for wiring shall be of 1000 volts grade only in conduits MS conduits shall be inclusive of all accessories and junction boxes as required and shall be medium class (For medium voltage) PVC conduits shall be inclusive of all accessories and junction boxes as required and shall be heavy class (For low voltage) All conduit shall be recessed and conduit in wall chase will be provided with 150 GI mesh Distribution Board shall be suitable for 415 V, 3 Ph. 4 wire system.. Neither the wires of two different phases shall be run in same conduit nor shall the wires of two different phases be connected at same switchboard. Maximum points in a circuit for Light, Fan and Exhaust fan shall be 8 nos of point or 800 watt The size of wires from DB to switchboard and from switchboard to switchboard shall be 2x2.5 sqmm and 1x2.5 sqmm green color earth wire. The size of wires from switchboard to individual light point shall be of 3x1.5 sqmm The size of wires from switchboard to fan, exhaust fan and 6A socket outlets shall be of 3x1.5sqmm Only two 6/16A power socket outlets shall be in a circuit. The wire size from DB to first socket outlets and from first socket outlets to an other socket outlets shall be of 2x4 sq mm and 1x4 sq mm cu cable The size of wires for 25/32 A (AC point) power socket outlets shall be of 2x6sqm + 1x6 sq mm cu. cable The size of wires for light points directly group controlled by SPMCB ,10 KA from distribution board shall be of 2x2.5+2x2.5 sq mm 2-nos. 25x5 mm GI earthing strip shall be tapped from main earthing grid and shall be run throughout in the shaft. Separate wiring shall be made for each system of wiring (Ref. drawings) such as normal. (light /power) telephone cable TV system. No extra payment in this regard will be made to contractor. Point wiring shall consist of wiring from switchboard together with the controlling switch, ceiling rose or any other approved termination or socket outlet with switch. Irrespective of length of point from switchboard. Wiring shall be done in “loop in system” and phase or line wire shall be looped at switch box and neutral Conductor shall be looped from point. In case of single phase (230 V) wiring the wire of same phase can be drawn in same conduit, 3 phase and single phase wiring color code shall be mentioned for the entire wiring in installation, red, yellow, blue for phases, black for neutral and green for earth. TELEPHONE CABLES Telephone cable shall be 2x(2x0.61)mm unarmored PVC insulated in individual apartment. Telephone cable shall be 4x(2x0.61)mm unarmored PVC insulated from telephone tag block to individual apartment telephone J.B TV CABLES TV cables shall be of RG 11 TYPE. INSTALLATION OF SWITCHES, SOCKETS & ACCESSORIES: All the switches shall be wired on phases. Connections shall be made only after testing the wires for continuity, cross phase etc., with the help of a megger, switches, sockets, fan, regulator etc. shall be housed in proper sheet steel enclosure. The arrangement of switches and sockets shall be neat and systematic. Outlets shall be terminated into a ceiling rose for fan points and into auto way porcelain or Bakelite connectors for ceiling light points. For wall plug sockets, the conductors may be terminated directly into the switches and sockets. The outlets, point control boxes etc, shall be set out as shown on the drawings. Before fixing these, the contractor shall obtain clearance from the Engineer/Architect with regard to their proper locations. The enclosures of sockets/and 3rd pin of the sockets shall be connected to ground through proper size earth continuity wires. LUMINAIRES: All the materials used in the construction of luminaries shall be of such quality, design and construction that will provide adequate protection in normal use, against mechanical, electrical failures/faults and exposure to the risk of injury or electric shock and shall withstand the effect of exposure to atmosphere. TYPES Luminaries shall be supplied as per the design specified in the schedule of Items. Luminaries shall be complete in all respects with basic mounting channel, shock proof insert contact rotor lamp holders, and starter with holder, polyester ballast, connector block, internal wiring and decorative attachments, if any. The mounting channel shall be made of mild steel sheets suitably rust inhibited and stove enameled. A dust proof cover stove enameled to white shade shall be provided to form the channel to protect the accessories and wiring from dust and vermin and to act as reflector. Ballast shall be silent in operation; ballast shall have a long life and shall be highly reliable. A suitable capacitor to improve the power factor of luminaries to at least 0.9 lag shall be provided. Capacitors shall be hermetically sealed Diffuser, louvers, etc. shall be of opal acrylic or polystyrene diffusers, louvers, and similar decorative attachments. The attachments shall be guaranteed against dis-colourisation, warping and deformation under continuous operation. Fluorescent lamps shall be bi-pin pattern. The color of the light shall be white or cool day light as required. Unless otherwise specified, the lamps shall be of 40 W or 36W and 1200 mm long. Luminaries shall be provided with an earthing terminal for bonding the body of the luminaries to earth. Luminaries shall be installed as specified on the drawings. Wherever luminaries are fixed on the false ceiling, suitable supporting and fixing arrangements independent of the framework of false ceiling shall be provided. Suspended luminaries shall be provided with swivel type hangers, comprising of suspension pipes, swivel sockets, screws, bolts etc. for installing the Luminaries. Luminaries shall be suspended true to alignment, plumb and level and capable of resisting all lateral and vertical forces Lead-in-wires shall be protected from abrasion Erection of the fixtures shall include assembling of all components of the fixtures such as chokes, condensers, starters, decorative attachments etc. Incandescent Lamp Luminaries: Incandescent lamp Luminaries shall be supplied as per the design and type mentioned in the schedule of Items and drawings. Incandescent lamp luminaries shall be provided with lamp holders suitable for lamps with standard bayonet cap up to 200 watts. For Luminaries suitable for lamps above 200 watts, holders to suit Edison screw or Goliath screw caps shall be provided. Pendant Luminaries shall be provided with lamp holders with cord grips. Incandescent lamp Luminaries shall be complete with reflector shade, decorative attachment (if any) and cover as specified and required. Incandescent lamps shall conform in all respects to BS: 161. Ceiling Fans Ceiling fans shall conform to IS: 374 (latest edition) and in all respects shall be smooth and silent in operation. The fan motor shall be a capacitor type motor with internal stator and external rotor pattern .The blades shall be made of aluminum sheets painted in enameled shade. The design and construction of blades shall be such that maximum quantity of air is displaced in smooth manner. The motor and blades shall be statically and dynamically balanced .The fans shall be provided with ball bearing and bush bearings, which are accessible for lubrication. The ceiling fan shall be provided with rubber shackle and a down rod of at least 12” long. The suspension arrangement shall be jointed to the fan motor by means of a thread joint and a safety locking arrangement. Fans shall be provided with bottom cover and a top canopy. Electronic staples regulators shall be provided, Ceiling fans shall be suspended from the special hooks or special fan hook boxes. Where hooks are used the wiring to the fan shall be from a ceiling rose. Wherever special fan hook boxes are used, the fan wiring shall be terminated in porcelain/PVC auto way connector, Lead-in-wires shall have cross-section area of not less than 1.5mm (copper). EXHAUST FAN Propeller type exhaust fan shall conform to IS: 2312 (latest edition) in all respects. The motor shall be of diecast aluminum case. The fan motor shall be of sq. cage induction design single phase motors shall be capacitor-start and run type. Exhaust fans be provided with a special anticorrosive treatment to withstand normal concentrations of chemical fumes in the environment. The fan shall be designed to withstand the effects of moisture under normal conditions of use.The design of motor and its windings shall be such that moisture in surrounding is not absorbed by the windings. Exhaust fans shall be complete with mounting rings, ring arms and a resilient suspension. The motor and blades shall be of mild steel sheets aluminum and so designed that they operate smoothly with minimum noise. The fans shall be finished to be a glossy grey shade with approved enamel paint. The fans shall also be provided with gravity louvers for exhaust arrangement or bird screen for inlet arrangement. Exhaust fans shall be fixed at the locations shown on the drawings .The fans shall be fixed by means of rag bolts grouted in wall. Exhaust fan be connected to the exhaust fan point by means of a flexible cord. WIRES AND CABLES LIGHT AND POWER POINTS WIRES: The design manufactures, testing and supply of single core PVC insulated 1.1 KV grade wires under these specifications shall comply with latest edition of following standards. IS: 8130 Conductors for insulated electric cables and flexible cords. IS: 3961 Current rating for cables. IS: 5831 PVC insulation and sheath of electric cables IS: 694 PVC insulated cables for working voltage up t0 and including 1100 volts. Copper/ aluminum stranded conductor PVC insulated wires shall be used for conduit or casing wiring and for cleat and bottom type of wiring PVC insulated and PVC sheathed wire shall be used. The wires shall be colour coated R Y B, Black & G for phases. Neutral and earth, and shall be FR. Progressive automatic in line indelible, legible and sequential marking of the length of cable in meters at every one meter shall be provided on the outer sheath of cable/Wire. TELEPHONE SYSTEM: Wiring for telephone shall be carried out with 3/4 pair annealed copper conductor of size 0.5 mm PVC insulated PVC sheathed in pipe or as stated. All multi-core cables shall conform to ITD-S-SW-113 B GI wire/strip armoured and over all PVC sheathed as per IS: 1554 PT with latest amendments and colour code to LTD SWT 1290 ITI for armoured cable and unarmoured cable shall be as per ITDL WS 114-D. Tag block shall be solder less type and shall conform to Indian Telephone department specifications. T V WIRING Wiring for TV circuit shall be carried out with RG-11 cable. Each room shall be connected to a splitter box located outside the room. The cost of splitter boxes is included in wiring. TESTING OF INSTALLATION:Inspection and testing of the installation shall be carried out as per Section 10 Part-1 of the National Electrical Code 1985 such as – Insulation Resistance and wiring continuity test. Earth resistively and continuity test. Test of polarity of non-linked single pole switches. Besides the contractor shall also carry out the above any other test specified by the Local Authorities. All tested and calibrated instruments for testing, labour, materials and the contractor at his own cost shall arrange incidentals necessary for conducting the test. FIRE DETECTION & ALARM SYSTEM GENERAL This section of the specification includes the furnishing, installation, and connection of the microprocessorcontrolled fire alarm equipment required to form a complete coordinated system ready for operation. It shall include, but not be limited to, alarm initiating devices, alarm notification appliances, control panel, auxiliary control devices, annunciators, power supplies, and wiring as shown on the drawings and specified herein. The fire alarm system shall comply with requirements of NFPA Standard No. 72 for protected premises signaling systems except as modified and supplemented by this specification. The system field wiring shall be supervised either electrically or by software-directed polling of field devices. The fire alarm system shall be manufactured by an ISO 9001 certified company and meet the requirements of BS EN9001: ANSI/ASQC Q9001-1994. The FACP and peripheral devices shall be manufactured 100% by a single U.S. manufacturer (or division thereof). The system and its components shall be Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. listed under the appropriate UL testing standard as listed herein for fire alarm applications and shall be installed in compliance with the UL listing. Scope: A new microprocessor controlled fire detection and alarm system shall be installed in accordance with the specifications and drawings. Basic Performance: Initiation Device Circuits (IDC) shall be wired Class B (NFPA Style B). Notification Appliance Circuits (NAC) shall be wired Class B (NFPA Style Y). Alarm signals arriving at the main FACP shall not be lost following a power failure (or outage) until the alarm signal is processed and recorded. For approval of the installation from the Fire Authorities, the contractor shall at his own cost make available to the Project Manager with all required drawings and documents in the desired format, and shall render all necessary assistance and cooperation to Project Manager/any other vendor in getting the approval from the Fire Authorities on the Contractor’s behalf . It is the prime responsibilities of the contractor to secure the approval of Fire Detection & Alarm System from the Authorities and processing of this approval by the Project Manager/ any other vendor shall not relieve the Contractor of his obligation towards Fire Department approval. Refusal by the statutory fire authorities to issue fire NOC/approval due to the contractor’s failure to install & commission the system as per statutory requirements or any other reason attributable to the contractor shall render the contractor liable for damages and in addition, render him liable to obtain such approval/NOC at his own cost. Submittals: General: All references to manufacturer's model numbers and other pertinent information herein is intended to establish minimum standards of performance, function and quality. Equivalent equipment (compatible UL Listed) from other manufacturers may be substituted for the specified equipment. Performance Criteria / Applicable Publications: The publications and/or standards listed below form a part of this specification. The publications are referenced in text by the basic designation only. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) - USA: No. 70 National Electrical Code (NEC) No. 72 - 1993 National Fire Alarm Code No. 101 Life Safety Code Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) - USA: No. 50 Cabinets and Boxes No. 268 Smoke Detectors for Fire Protective Signaling Systems No. 864 Control Units for Fire Protective Signaling Systems No. 268A Smoke Detectors for Duct Applications. No. 521 Heat Detectors for Fire Protective Signaling Systems. No. 228 Door Closers/Holders for Fire Protective Signaling Systems. No. 464 Audible Signaling Appliances. No. 1971 Visual Signaling Appliances. No. 38 Manually Actuated Signaling Boxes. No. 346 Water flow Indicators for Fire Protective Signaling Systems. No. 1481 Power supplies for Fire Protective Signaling Systems. Local and State Building Codes. All requirements of the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). Performance Criteria / Approvals: Each system must have proper listing and/or approval from the nationally recognized agency responsible for the particular area. UL FM Underwriters Laboratories Inc Factory Mutual The Fire Alarm Control Panel shall meet the modular labeling requirements of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.. Each subassembly of the FACP, including all printed circuit cards, shall carry the appropriate and official UL modular label. PRODUCTS: Equipment and Material, General: All equipment and components shall be new, and the manufacturer's current model. All equipment and components shall be installed in strict compliance with manufacturers' recommendations. All Equipment shall be attached to walls and ceiling/floor assemblies and shall be held firmly in place. (e.g., detectors shall not be supported solely by suspended ceilings). Fasteners and supports shall be adequate to support the required load. Conduit and Wire: Conduit: Conduit shall be in accordance with The National Electrical Code (NEC), local and state requirements. Conduit fill shall not exceed 40 percent of interior cross sectional area where three or more cables are contained within a single conduit. Cable must be separated from any open conductors of Power, or Class 1 circuits, and shall not be placed in any conduit, junction box or raceway containing these conductors, as per NEC Article 76029. Conduit shall be 3/4 inch (19.1mm) minimum. Conduit shall not enter the Fire Alarm Control Panel, or any other remotely mounted Control Panel equipment or back boxes, except where specified by the factory. Wire: Wiring shall be in accordance with local, state and national codes (e.g., NEC Article 760). Number and size of conductors shall be as recommended by the fire alarm system manufacturer but not less than 18 AWG (1.02mm) for initiating device circuits and signaling line circuits, and 14 AWG (1.63mm) for notification device circuits. Wire and cable not installed in conduit shall have a fire resistance rating suitable for the installation as indicated in NFPA 70 (e.g., FPLR). All field wiring shall be completely supervised. Terminal Boxes, Junction Boxes and Cabinets: Shall be UL listed for their purpose and use. The main fire alarm control panel shall be connected to a separate dedicated branch circuit, maximum 20 amperes. This circuit shall be labeled at the main power distribution panel as FIRE ALARM. Fire alarm control panel primary power wiring shall be 12 AWG. The control panel cabinet shall be grounded securely to either a cold water pipe or grounding rod. Main Fire Alarm Control Panel The main FACP shall contain a microprocessor based central processing unit (CPU). The CPU shall communicate with and control slave microprocessor controlled modules which provide the interface to initiating device circuits; notification appliance circuits; building controls. System Capacity and General Operation The control panel shall include the following standard circuits: Form-C alarm and trouble relays. Two Style Y or Z Notification Circuits. Municipal Box connection. Reverse Polarity connection. The control panel shall be capable of being configured for 4, 8, 12 or 16 initiating zones. The control shall have the ability for eight optional control points for a maximum system capacity of 16 initiating and 12 output circuits. The CPU shall provide the following operator controls and indicators: AC POWER (Green LED) SYSTEMS ALARM (Red LED) SUPERVISORY (Yellow LED) SYSTEM TROUBLE (Yellow LED) SIGNALS SILENCED (Yellow LED) ANNUNCIATOR/MODULE TROUBLE (Yellow LED) POWER TROUBLE (Yellow LED) ACKNOWLEDGE (Momentary Switch) SIGNAL SILENCE (Momentary Switch) SYSTEM RESET (Momentary Switch) LAMP TEST (Momentary Switch) Notification CKT 1 ALARM (Green LED) Notification CKT 1 TROUBLE (Yellow LED) Notification CKT 2 ALARM (Green LED) Notification CKT 2 TROUBLE (Yellow LED) ALARM RELAY ON (Green LED) ALARM RELAY TRBL/DISABLE (Yellow LED) REMOTE SIG/CITY TIE ON (Green LED) REMOTE SIG/CITY TIE TRBL (Yellow LED) The system shall be fully field programmable, configurable and expandable without the need for special tools or PROM programmers. Programming shall not require replacement of memory ICs. All programming shall be accomplished through front control panel indicators and switches. Systems which require complicated diode matrixes or laptop computers are not considered suitable substitutes. All programs shall be stored in non-volatile memory and shall be retained with the unlikely loss of both primary and secondary power. Entry into program mode shall require a special programming key and a special password. Notification and relay circuits shall be programmable to activate on alarm from a single initiating zone or combination of initiating zones. Systems which are limited in programming, such as general alarm, are not acceptable substitutes. The FACP shall have the following programmable functions: Signal silence inhibit, 30 seconds to 5 minutes. Automatic silence select, 5 to 20 minutes. Presignal delay select 1 to 3 minutes. Positive Alarm Sequence, per NFPA 72 3-8.3. Trouble Reminder. Central Processing Unit Module The Central Processing Unit (CPU) module shall communicate with, monitor, and control all other modules in the panel. Removal, disconnection, failure, or change of type of any control panel module shall be detected and reported by the CPU as a module trouble. The CPU shall contain and execute all custom programs for specific action to be taken if a fire situation is detected in the system. Such programs shall be held in non-volatile programmable memory, and shall not be lost even if system primary and secondary power failure occurs. CPU switches may be used to disable or enable any initiating zone, notification circuit or relay in the system. Initiating Zone Module The Initiating Zone Module shall provide eight fully supervised Style B (Class B) Initiating Device Circuits (IDC). IDC circuits shall be capable of monitoring and powering two wire smoke detectors or may monitor normally open dry contact devices. The Initiating Zone Module shall provide red ALARM and yellow TROUBLE LED's for each IDC circuit. Custom label inserts shall be available for individually written (or typed) descriptions of each IDC zone. The Initiating Zone Module shall include removable wiring terminal blocks for ease of installation and service. The terminal blocks shall be UL listed for use with up to 12 AWG (3.25 mm) wiring. Smoke detector alarm verification shall be available as a programmable option for each IDC circuit. Each IDC zone shall be capable for operation as Standard Fire, Tamper/Supervisory, Waterflow, or a low priority "Non" alarm zone. Systems which require add on or special modules to perform these operations are not considered equals. Each IDC shall be capable of providing the following programmable remote system operations: ACKNOWLEDGE, SILENCE, or RESET. The Initiating Zone module shall have the ability to wired Style D (Class A) with a simple to install add on module. When connected, it shall support any combination of Style B or Style D circuits. Notification Circuit Module The Notification Circuit Module shall provide four fully supervised Style Y (Class B) Notification circuits. Each Notification Circuit Module shall support 3.0 amps per circuit and 6.0 amperes maximum per module. Each Notification Circuit shall not activate on either manual or automatic commands in the event of a short circuit condition. The Notification Circuit Module shall have an expansion printed circuit board to extend it's capacity to eight notification circuits. The module shall provide eight green ON/OFF LED's and eight yellow TROUBLE LED's. These LEDs will indicate the status of the individual circuits. Each Notification Module circuit shall be capable of operation in Steady, March Time or Temporal Code (NFPA 72 A.184.108.40.206). The Notification Circuit Module shall be provided with removable wiring terminal blocks for ease of installation and service. The terminal strips shall be UL listed for use with up to 12 AWG (3.25 mm) wiring. An optional zone coder shall be available for programmable coded outputs. Options shall include the following programmable features, up to 99 rounds, delay, pulse time, digit pause, and round pause. Control Relay Module The Control Relay Module shall provide four Form-C auxiliary relay circuits rated at 5 amperes, 28 VDC. Relay circuits shall be capable of activation from any one zone or groups of zones. An expansion board shall be available to extend the capacity of the control relay module from four to eight circuits. The module shall provide green ON/OFF and yellow disabled LED's for each zone. Each control relay may be programmed to deactivate on depression of the signal silence switch. The Control Relay module shall be provided with removable wiring terminal blocks for ease of installation and service. The terminal blocks shall be UL listed for use with up to 12 AWG wiring. Stand Alone Voice Evacuation Control Panel A stand alone Voice Evacuation Control Panel shall be available from the same manufacturer of the main fire alarm system. This Voice Control Panel shall work stand alone or as a slave to the Main Control Panel. Shall have as minimum requirements: Integral 25 Watt, 25 Vrms audio amplifier. Speaker circuit that can be wired both Class A or B. Integral Digital Message Generator with a capacity of up to 60 seconds. The Digital Message Generator shall be capable of primary and secondary messages (30 seconds each). These messages shall field programmable without the use of additional equipment. Built in alert tone generators with steady, slow woop, high/low and chime tone field programmable. Integral Diagnostic LEDs for Power, System Trouble, Message Generator Trouble, Tone Generator Trouble, and Alarm. The Voice Control Panel shall be fully supervised including microphone, amplifier output, message generator, speaker wiring, and tone generators. Speaker outputs shall be fully power-limited. Enclosures: The control panel shall be housed in a UL-listed cabinet suitable for surface mounting. Cabinet and front shall be corrosion protected, given a rust-resistant prime coat, and manufacturer's standard finish. An optional semi-flush trim ring shall be available for finished installations. Power Supply: The Main Power Supply for the Fire Alarm Control Panel shall provide all control panel and peripheral device power needs, as well as 2.0 amperes of 24 VDC power for Notification devices. Provisions will be made to allow the audio visual power to be increased as required by adding an additional 3.0 amp expansion power supply. All power supplies shall be designed to meet 1995 UL and NFPA requirements for power limited operation on all notification and initiating circuits. The power supply shall provide an integral battery charger for use with batteries up to 60 AH. Batteries larger than 25 require the BB-55 battery cabinet. The Main Power Supply shall continuously monitor all field wires for Earth Ground conditions, and shall have the following LED indications: Ground Fault LED, Battery Fail LED and AC Power Fail LED. Specific System Operations Walk Test Operation Walk Test mode shall test Initiating Device Circuits and Notification Device Circuits from the field without returning to the panel to reset the system. Upon activation of an Initiating device, all outputs normally activated by the tested zone shall activate for approximately four seconds. Only circuits were selected for walk test shall participate in the test. Inducing a trouble into the initiating circuit shall activate the controlled outputs and remain activated until the trouble is cleared. Alarm Verification Operation When an alarm condition is detected on an Initiating Device Circuit which has been programmed for Alarm Verification, the system will automatically enter the ALARM verification mode. If the alarm condition is still present after a preset time period of 13 seconds, then the system will automatically enter the alarm mode. Waterflow Operation All Initiating Device Circuits shall be programmable to provide Waterflow detection. If an alarm occurs on a Waterflow zone, all Notification Appliance Circuits which are "Mapped" to that zone will not be affected by the silence switch. Supervisory Operation An alarm on a Supervisory circuit shall activate all programmed (mapped) outputs, activate a common Supervisory LED, and activate the zone which is in alarm. Signal Silence Operation All Notification Appliance Circuits of the system shall be capable of being programmed to deactivate with depression of the Signal Silence switch. Releasing Service The control panel shall have the ability to be configured for releasing service and include selectable time delays, abort and manual release circuits. Pre-signal Operation The control panel shall have the capability of operation in a pre-signal mode, with selectable time delays and manual evacuation control. The control panel shall include a Positive Alarm Sequence (PAS) option per NFPA 72 3-8.3. Selectable PAS delay shall include 1, 2, and 3 minutes. Two Stage Alert/Evacuation Option The control panel shall have the capability to perform two-stage alert/evacuation signaling per U.S. and Canadian requirements. Batteries: Battery shall have sufficient capacity to power the fire alarm system for not less than twenty-four hours plus 5 minutes of alarm upon a normal AC power failure. The batteries are to be completely maintenance free. No liquids are required. Fluid level checks refilling, spills and leakage shall not be required. System Components: Programmable Electronic Sounders: Electronic sounders shall operate on 24 VDC nominal. Electronic sounders shall be field programmable without the use of special tools, to provide slow whoop, continuous, or interrupted tones with an output sound level of at least 90 dBA measured at 10 feet from the device. Shall be flush or surface mounted as show on plans. Strobe lights shall meet the requirements of the ADA, UL Standard 1971 and shall meet the following criteria: The maximum pulse duration shall be 2/10 of one second. Strobe intensity shall meet the requirements of UL 1971. The flash rate shall meet the requirements of UL 1971. Manual Fire Alarm Stations Manual fire alarm stations shall be non-code, non-breakglass type, equipped with key lock so that they may be tested without operating the handle. Stations must be designed such that after an actual activation, they cannot be restored to normal except by key reset. An operated station shall automatically condition itself so as to be visually detected, as operated, at a minimum distance of 100 feet (30.5 m) front or side. Manual stations shall be constructed of high impact Lexan, with operating instructions provided on the cover. The word FIRE shall appear on the manual station in letters one half inch (12.7 mm) in size or larger. Photoelectric Area Smoke Detectors Photoelectric smoke detectors shall be a 24 VDC, two wire, ceiling-mounted, light scattering type using an LED light source. Each detector shall contain a remote LED output and a built-in test switch. Detector shall be provided on a twist-lock base. It shall be possible to perform a calibrated sensitivity and performance test on the detector without the need for the generation of smoke. The test method shall test all detector circuits. A visual indication of an alarm shall be provided by dual latching Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), on the detector, which may be seen from ground level over 360 degrees. These LEDs shall flash every 10 seconds, indicating that power is applied to the detector. The detector shall not go into alarm when exposed to air velocities of up to 3000 feet (914.4 m) per minute. The detector screen and cover assembly shall be easily removable for field cleaning of the detector chamber. All field wire connections shall be made to the base through the use of a clamping plate and screw. Conventional Ionization Type Area Smoke Detectors Ionization type smoke detectors shall be a two wire, 24 VDC type using a dual unipolar chamber. Each detector shall contain a remote LED output and a built-in test switch. Detector shall be provided on a twist-lock base. It shall be possible to perform a calibration sensitivity and performance test on the detector without the need for the generation of smoke. A visual indication of an alarm shall be provided by dual latching Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) over 360 degrees, on the detector, which may be seen from ground level. This LED shall flash every 10 seconds, indicating that power is applied to the detector. The detector shall not alarm when exposed to air velocities of up to 1,200 feet (365.76 m) per minute. The detector screen and cover assembly shall be easily removable for field cleaning of the detector chamber. All field wire connections shall be made to the base through the use of a clamping plate and screw. Duct Smoke Detectors Duct smoke detectors shall be a 24 VDC type with visual alarm and power indicators, and a reset switch. Each detector shall be installed upon the composite supply/return air ducts(s), with properly sized air sampling tubes. Projected Beam Detectors The projected beam type shall be a 4-wire 24 VDC device. The detector shall be listed to UL 268 and shall consist of a separate transmitter and receiver capable of being powered separately or together The detector shall operate in either a short range (30' - 100') or long range (100' - 330') mode. The temperature range of the device shall be -22 degrees F to 131 degrees F. The detector shall feature a bank of four alignment LEDs on both the receiver and the transmitter that are used to ensure proper alignment of unit without special tools. Beam detector shall feature automatic gain control which will compensate for gradual signal deterioration from dirt accumulation on lenses. The unit shall be both ceiling and wall mountable. The detector shall have the ability to be tested using calibrated test filters or magnet activated remote test station. Automatic Heat Detectors Automatic heat detectors shall have a combination rate of rise and fixed temperature rated at 135 degrees Fahrenheit (57.2 Celsius) for areas where ambient temperatures do not exceed 100 degrees (37.7 Celsius), and 200 degrees (93.33 Celsius) for areas where the temperature does not exceed 150 degrees (65.5 Celsius). Automatic heat detectors shall be a low profile, ceiling mount type with positive indication of activation. The rate of rise element shall consist of an air chamber, a flexible metal diaphragm, and a factory calibrated, moisture-proof, trouble free vent, and shall operate when the rate of temperature rise exceeds 15 degrees F (9.4 degrees C) per minute. The fixed temperature element shall consist of a fusible alloy retainer and actuator shaft. Automatic heat detectors shall have a smooth ceiling rating of 2500 square feet (762 square meters). Waterflow Switches: Waterflow Switches shall be an integral, mechanical, non-coded, non-accumulative retard type. Waterflow Switches shall have an alarm transmission delay time which is conveniently adjustable from 0 to 60 seconds. Initial settings shall be 30-45 seconds. All water flow switches shall come from a single manufacturer and series. Waterflow switches shall be provided and connected under this section but installed by the mechanical contractor. Where possible, locate water flow switches a minimum of one (1) foot from a fitting which changes the direction of the flow and a minimum of three (3) feet from a valve. Sprinkler and Standpipe Valve Supervisory Switches: Each sprinkler system water supply control valve riser, zone control valve, and standpipe system riser control valve shall be equipped with a supervisory switch. Standpipe hose valves, and test and drain valves shall not be equipped with supervisory switches. PIV (post indicator valve) or main gate valves shall be equipped with a supervisory switch. The switch shall be mounted so as not to interfere with the normal operation of the valve and adjusted to operate within two revolutions toward the closed position of the valve control, or when the stem has moved no more than one-fifth of the distance from its normal position. The supervisory switch shall be contained in a weatherproof aluminum housing, which shall provide a 3/4 inch (19 mm) conduit entrance and incorporate the necessary facilities for attachment to the valves. The switch housing shall be finished in red baked enamel. The entire installed assembly shall be tamper proof and arranged to cause a switch operation if the housing cover is removed, or if the unit is removed from its mounting. Valve supervisory switches shall be provided and connected under this section and installed by mechanical contractor. The LED type annunciator shall provide the following operations: The Annunciator shall provide alarm and trouble indications for each zone circuit using a red and yellow, long-life LED's. The annunciator shall also have an "ON-LINE" LED, common trouble LED, local piezo electric signal, local acknowledge/ lamp test switch and custom zone/function identification labels. Wiring to the annunciator shall be supervised. The annunciator shall be flush or surface mountable, as indicated on the drawings. The annunciator shall provide alarm resound, with flashing of new conditions. The LED annunciator shall offer an interface to a graphic style annunciator and provide each of the features listed above. EXECUTION: Installation: Installation shall be in accordance with the NEC, NFPA 72, local and state codes, as shown on the drawings, and as recommended by the major equipment manufacturer. All conduit, junction boxes, conduit supports and hangers shall be concealed in finished areas and may be exposed in unfinished areas. Smoke detectors shall not be installed prior to the system programming and test period. If construction is ongoing during this period, measures shall be taken to protect smoke detectors from contamination and physical damage. All fire detection and alarm system devices, control panels and remote annunciators shall be flush mounted when located in finished areas and may be surface mounted when located in unfinished areas. Manual pull stations shall be suitable for surface mounting on matching backbox, or semiflush mounting on standard single gang box, and shall be installed not less than 42 inches or more than 48 inches above the finished floor. Test: Provide the service of a competent, factory-trained engineer or technician authorized by the manufacturer of the fire alarm equipment to technically supervise and participate during all of the adjustments and tests for the system. Before energizing the cables and wires, check for correct connections and test for short circuits, ground faults, continuity, and insulation. Close each sprinkler system control valve and verify proper supervisory alarm at the FACP. Verify activation of all flow switches. Open initiating device circuits and verify that the trouble signal actuates. Open and short Notification appliance circuits and verify that the trouble signal actuates. Ground device circuits and verify response of trouble signals. Check proper operation of all alarm notification devices. Check installation, supervision, and operation of smoke detectors. Verify that each initiating device alarm signal is properly received and processed by the fire alarm control panel (Walk Test). Conduct tests to verify trouble indications for common mode failures, such as alternating current power failure. Final Inspection: At the final inspection a factory trained representative of the manufacturer of the major equipment shall demonstrate that the systems function properly in every respect. Instruction: Provide instruction as required to the building personnel and fire and safety personnel. "Hands-on" training and demonstrations of the operation of the system shall be provided. SPECIFICATION FOR UPS-SYSTEM SCOPE: The scope of the work includes Supply, installation, testing, integration & commissioning of 30 KVA True On-line, double conversion, VFI technology, Fully Microprocessor controlled UPS system working with standby redundant configuration. The specification shall include design, manufacture, fabrication, assembly; proper packing for transportation delivery at site, unloading, storage, erection, integration with related equipments, and putting both the UPS Systems together with all accessories and auxiliaries as specified hereinafter in a fully operational condition acceptable to the owner. The offered system shall be fully in compliance with the requirements stated herein. The Contractor shall be responsible for engineering and providing all materials, equipments and services specified or otherwise, which are required to fulfill the intent of ensuring operability, maintainability, completeness and reliability of the total work covered under this specification within his quoted price. The design manufacture, inspection, testing and installation of the UPS System covered under this specification shall conform to the latest international standards such as : EN 62040-1 - General Safety Regulations. EN 62040-2 - EMC Regulations. APPLICATION :This UPS system is intended to provide electrical power supply on continuous and consistent basis for different loads in the environmental conditions given below: Maximum temperature: 40 deg. C Minimum Temperature: 0 deg. C Altitude: 1000 meters above MSL Relative humidity: up to 95% (Non – Condensing) SCOPE OF SUPPLY: The UPS system must have the following built in parts / features:Rectifier cum charger (float cum equalizing) Inverter. Bi-directional Static and Manual Bypass Switches. Galvanic inverter output isolation transformer. Fully Microprocessors Controlled circuitry. Input phase reversal protection (The system should run in mains operation in spite of phase sequence reversal) Separate Input for rectifier and for Bypass Inbuilt Sealed Maintenance Free (SMF, VRLA) Lead Acid Battery Bank suitable for 15 minutes backup on full load. SYSTEM OPERATION: Under normal operating conditions, the rectifier shall supply the 100% battery charge requirements and shall also supply the 100% inverter requirement, which shall provide the rated AC output continuously. The UPS system will supply the regulated rated power through inverter at all the time in mains operation. When the AC mains supply to the battery charger fail, the battery shall supply inverter demand with no break occurring in the AC output. The UPS systems output voltage shall be maintained within specified tolerance (± 1%) for all forms of incoming AC mains supply conditions. The UPS system should provide continuous rated output power through commercial mains, even at phase sequence reversal at the input side. If standard UPS system does not meet this criterion, then additional hardware should be included in the UPS system to meet the requirement. TECHNOLOGY :True On-Line, double conversion VFI technology with latest and advanced IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor)/PWM Technology. The system should be fully microprocessor controlled in all respects e.g. (Rectifier Control, Inverter Control, Display, Digital diagnostic). (Single Conversion or Delta Conversion Technology is not acceptable). Rectifier: Fully microprocessor controlled. Input Voltage: 400V + 20%, - 20% 3 PH / N Input Frequency: 45 Hz - 60Hz Voltage Regulation: + 1%, - 1% (For +20% to - 20% of input voltage and 0-100% load variation). Residual Ripple: < 1% Cooling : Forced Air Cooling. PROTECTION: Protection provided for the charger/rectifier / devices in rectifier. Semi-conductor fuses current limitation Under/over voltage DC Over/under voltage AC Frequency Monitor a) Battery charger shall have the provision for charging the battery under normal, float and equalizing charge mode. The UPS system should continue to provide regulated rated output power through commercial mains even at phase sequence reversal of input power supply. The UPS battery manager should be microprocessor based with following features :Programmable battery test to check the status of battery. Ripple current of charge current : < 1%. Capable of temperature compensated battery charging to Prevent under or over charge due to variation in ambient temperature thereby increasing the battery life. Front Panel LCD should indicate the back up time (in minutes) It should also be possible to programme the low battery pre-alarm setting from front panel. Input and Output neutral should be isolated. INVERTER :- (IGBT-PWM Technology fully microprocessor controlled) Rating: 30 KVA (24 KW) Service : Continuous Output Voltage : 400V, 3 Phase / 4 Wire Output Voltage Range : ± 5% (selectable from front panel) Voltage tolerance : Static : ± 1% of nominal 100% Unbalance load : ± 2% of nominal Transient response: < 5% of nominal Recovery time to steady state (± 1%) : Within 10 msec. Output Frequency : 50 Hz / 60 Hz self sensing. Output Frequency tolerance : - Line commutation : ± 1% (programmable to + 5%) - Self commutation : ± 0.05% Output Harmonic Distortion : - Linear load : ± 2% - 100% Non-linear load : < 5% Crest factor : 3:1 Phase displacement with : < 2 degree. 100% unbalance load Overload capacity (Battery operation) : 110% (30 Min.) 125% (10 min.) 150% (1 Min.) Inverter Efficiency : >93% at rated load TRANSIENT PERFORMANCE : a) 50% full loading : < 5% b) loss of d.c. input : < 5% c) Return of d.c. input : < 5% Synchronization Range with Bypass : ± 1% (programmable to ± 5%) Protections provided for the Inverter / devices in Inverter. Semi-conductor fuses current limitation Output voltage monitor Output frequency monitor DC Under / over voltage check BY PASS (Static & Manual Bypass built in within the UPS units) Fully Microprocessor controlled. Input voltage : 380/400 V +20% / - 20% Input frequency : 50 Hz ± 5% Input nominal p.f. Cos Φ : 0.95 or better BATTERY :Type : Sealed Maintenance Free Lead Acid Design Battery Life : 5 Years Backup time :Separate Battery Banks each with 15 minutes backup. And 60 minutes backup as per B.O.Q. Recharge time : 10-hours GENERAL DATA :a) Overall efficiency No load power dissipation should be minimum. c) Acoustic Noise Level at a distance of 1 meter d) Ambient temp. e) Installation altitude reduction f) Safety 62040 - 1 f) Insulation group g) Humidity class h) Protection i) Dimension j) Paint finish k) Relative Humidity : >91% : < 65 dB(A) : 0-40 deg. C : 1000 meter above MSL W/O Power : EMC IEC IEC 62040 – 2 : EN : DIN/VDE 0110 : DIN/IEC 721 2-1-09/86 : IP20. : Should be compact. : RAL 7035 Textured. : Upto 95% Non-condensing. Computer Interface: RS232 interface for PC should be available as standard . UPS Front Panel: LED Mimic with LCD display and Load Bar graph with touch pad switch for Input, Output, scroll down and scroll up. The details of front panels should be submitted along with offer. LCD DISPLAY: LCD display should display the following:Input side: Voltmeter Ammeter Frequency Output side: Voltmeter Amimeter (r.m.s. value) & Peak value Frequency Intermediate DC: Ammeter Voltmeter Remaining Time (in minutes) Bypass: Voltmeter Ampere meter Frequency Alarm History: A simple line diagram / mimic display showing major components shall be provided at the exterior of the equipment. As a minimum this shall clearly indicate the function of all the electrical isolation devices. EVENT RECORDING: Any abnormal condition or fault should be displayed on the front panel (LCD) along with the date & time. The UPS system should have inbuilt recording of at least 120 events. NOTE : If UPS system front panel LCD cannot display the stored events then Laptop with latest configuration should be quoted as standard to read the stored events. SYSTEM LIFE: UPS SYSTEM: The operation of all components excluding batteries used in the UPS system shall be designed for a minimum of 10 years life under various operating conditions BATTERIES: Batteries should have design life of 5 years. (Please enclose manufacturer Catalogue, in confirmation. The offer without this will be liable to be rejected) ALARMS. The following alarm conditions shall be indicated and appropriately labeled: Alarm provided for the charger/rectifier:Charger failure Rectifier fuse DC-over/under voltage Mains over/under voltage Mains frequency failure Temperature warning rectifier. Temperature turn off rectifier. CT-connection failure. Alarm provided for the inverter/machine/output Fuse failure Inverter hardware failure Over temperature Temperature warning All alarms shall be manually reset. EARTHING : Dedicated earth pits to be provided by OWNER at site. TECHNICAL LITERATURE : One set of operational and maintenance manual with each UPS system set Reliability. The UPS system should be based on latest state-of-the-art technology. The MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) should not less than 2,00,000 hours. MTTR (Mean Time to Repair) should be as low as possible. Bidder should specify clearly MTBF & MTTR of system offered. DELIVERY The complete UPS system along with batteries, should be delivered within 6 - 8 weeks from the date of Purchase or as mentioned in the covering letter. NOTE :List of satisfied customers/installation along with performance certificate for same series should be submitted along with technical offer. Point by Point Compliance Statement should be submitted along with techno-commercial offer, failing which offer will be rejected straightway. Any deviation from technical specification should be clearly specified in Technical Deviation Statement, failing which offer will be rejected straightway. The bidder must quote separately items and attachments which are not covered in the tender specifications, but is considered essential by them for the system to be considered complete. TEST PLAN FOR UPS Pre dispatch test and inspection:- The following test and inspections of the offered equipment shall be carried out at bidder’s testing center or works place in the presence of customer’s representative engineer and all the test reports and details of tests shall be sent to customer’s office. Test Name Interconnection cable check & General requirements test Light load Checking of Auxiliary Devices AC Input Failure AC Input Return Transfer Full Load UPS Efficiency Rated Stored Energy Time (Battery Test) Overload Capability Restart Audible Noise Description & Aim of the Test: Audible noise of a complete UPS may differ considerably from the values of individual functional units. Room conditions, resonance and reflection will cause differences from calculated or measured values. Procedure: The UPS is connected to full load. b) The noise level of the UPS is measured at a distance of 5 feet from the front of the UPS panel. LT (1.1kV) CABLES GENERAL Technical specifications in this section cover supplying and laying of : • Medium voltage cables. STANDARDS AND CODES All equipments, components, materials and entire work shall be carried out in conformity with applicable and relevant Bureau of Indian Standards and Codes of Practice, as amended up to date and as below. In addition, relevant clauses of the Indian Electricity Act 1910 and Indian Electricity Rules 1956 as amended up to date shall also apply. Wherever appropriate Indian Standards are not available, relevant British and /or IEC Standards shall be applicable. Equipments certified by Bureau of Indian Standards shall be used in this contract in line with government regulations. Test certificates in support of this certification shall be submitted, as required. CABLES Medium Voltage Cables Medium voltage cables shall be aluminum conductor PVC insulated, PVC sheathed armoured conforming to IS 1554. Cables shall be rated for a 1100 Volts. The conductor of cables from 16 Sq. mm. to 50 Sq. mm. shall be stranded. Sector shaped stranded conductors shall be used for cables of 50 sq. mm and above. Conductors shall be made of electrical purity aluminum 3/4 H or H temper. Conductors shall be insulated with high quality PVC base compound. A common covering (bedding) shall be applied over the laid up cores by extruded sheath of unvolcanised compound. Armouring shall be applied over outer sheath of PVC sheathing. The outer sheath shall bear the manufacturer's name and trade mark at every meter length. Cores shall be provided with following color scheme of PVC insulation. 1 Core 2 Core 3 Core 3 1/2 /4 Core : : : : Red/Black/Yellow/Blue Red and Black Red, Yellow and Blue Red, Yellow, Blue and Black Current ratings shall be based on the following conditions. a) b) Maximum conductor temperature Ambient air temperature 70o C for PVC and 95o C for XLPE 45o C c) d) Ground temperature Depth of laying 30o C 1000 mm for LT and 1500 mm for HT Short circuit rating of cables shall be as specified in IS 1554 Part-I. Cables have been selected considering conditions of maximum connected loads, ambient temperature, grouping of cables and allowable voltage drop. However, the contractor shall recheck the sizes before cables are fixed and connected to service. LIST OF APPROVED MAKES OF MATERIALS S.NO. Brief Description of Material Name of Approved Makes 1 BATTERY CHARGER EXPO-FYN / AMAR RAJA / CHHABI ELECTRICALS / VOLSTAT 2 BATTERIES 3 4 5 6 7 CAPACITORS APFCR PROTECTION RELAY DIGITAL/ MICROPROCESSOR BASED ENERGY METERS LT CABLES EXCIDE / AMARA RAJA / STANDARD FARRUKAWA / OKAYA L & T / GE / ABB / EPCOS L & T / SYSTEM SENSOR / ABB / SIEMENS SIEMENS / EASUN / ABB / L & T ( PNB - Gold Series) ABB / L & T / NEPTUNE / SECURE / ENERCON / FPI 8 PVC INSULATED WIRES 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CAT - 6 CABLES RG - 6 / RG - 11 TELEPHONE TAG BLOCKS CABLE TRAY CABLE COMPRESSION GLANDS CABLE LUGS MODULAR RANGE OF SWITCHES, SOCKET INDUSTRIAL SOCKET & PLUGS 17 STEEL CONDUIT 18 19 LIGHT FIXTURES CEILING FANS 20 EXHAUST FAN 21 MV PANELS 22 BUSDUCTS / RISING MAIN TRICOLITE / MILESTONE SWITCHGEARS / MADHUELECTRICALS/ UBITECH / CONTROLS & SWITCHGEARS / ZETA 23 AIR CIRCUIT BREAKER 24 MCCB L & T (U Power ) / SIEMENS / ABB / SCHNEIDER( MASTERPACK) SCHNEIDER (COMPAC) / SIEMENS / HAGGER / ABB / LEGRAND HAVELLS / TECHNOCARE / NICCO / FINOLEX / POLYCAB / ECHO / SKYTONE / LAPP CABLE HAVELLS / TECHNOCARE / NICCO / FINOLEX / POLYCAB / ECHO / SKYTONE / LAPP CABLE AWAYA / LAPPCABLE COMSOB / SKYLINE / PLYCAB MK / L K FUGA / CLIPSAL / LEGRAND / KRON PILCO / UBITECH / RICO STEEL / STEELCO COMET / PEECO / RAYCHEM DOWELS / RAYCHEM HONEY WELL / CLIPSAL / LEGRAND / CRABTREE / HAVELLS INDO ASIAN / SIEMENS / SCHNEIDER / CROMPTON / LEGRAND/ BCH / HAGGER BEC / AKG / STEEL KRAFT PHILIPS / BAJAJ / CROMPTON / HAVELLS / THORN CROMPTON GREAVES / HAVELLS / USHA / KHAITAN CROMPTON GREAVES / USHA / KHAITAN / HAVELLS TRICOLITE / MILESTONE SWITCHGEARS / MADHUELECTRICALS/ UBITECH / CONTROLS & SWITCHGEARS 25 26 27 28 29 MCB-DB's, MCB, ELCB MCB-Isolator etc. FSU/SDFU/SFU Power Contactors Measuring Instruments Fire Alarm System 30 31 UPS LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM SCHNEIDER (COMPAC) / SIEMENS / L & T / ABB / LEGRAND / INDOASIAN / HAVELLS / MK L & T/ ABB / SIEMENS / HAVELLS / C & S L & T/ ABB / SIEMENS / SCHNEIDER / C & S AE / MECO / Rishline (L & T) / RAAS Controls GENT-ESSAR/ SEIMENS/ NOTIFIER/ MORELAYIAS/HONEYWELL/COOPER EMERSON / APC/AUTOMAKER ALLIANCE LTD LPI-AUSTRALIA/ MIKKY HOUSE-SPAIN NOTE: 1. Above makes of materials are approved subject to their meeting the tender specifications & requirements. Contractor however shall seek approval of specific make from the Engineer in charge before commencement the work. The final choice of make to be used in the work will rest with RITES and the decision of the Engineer -in-charge shall be final & binding on the contractor. 2. For any item not covered in the above list, the contractor shall get the make & sample approved from the Engineer-in-charge before procurement. The final choice of make to be used in the work will rest with RITES and the decision of the engineer -in-charge shall be final & binding on the contractor in this respect.
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