28 3100 - Fire Detection and Alarm
SECTION 28 3100
FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Fire alarm system design and installation, including all components, wiring, and conduit.
B.
Transmitters for communication with supervising station.
C.
Circuits from protected premises to supervising station, including conduit.
D.
Replacement and removal of existing fire alarm system components, wiring, and conduit
indicated.
1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS
A.
Section 08 3323 - Overhead Coiling Doors: Coiling fire doors to be released by fire alarm
system.
B.
Section 08 7100 - Door Hardware: Electrically operated locks and door holder devices to be
monitored and released by fire alarm system.
C.
Section 21 1300 - Fire-Suppression Sprinkler Systems: Supervisory, alarm, and actuating
devices installed in sprinkler system.
D.
Section 21 2200 - Clean-Agent Fire Extinguishing System: Supervisory, alarm, and releasing
devices installed in extinguishing system.
E.
Section 23 3300 - Air Duct Accessories: Smoke dampers monitored and controlled by fire
alarm system.
1.03 REFERENCE STANDARDS
A.
36 CFR 1191 - Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and
Facilities; Architectural Barriers Act (ABA) Accessibility Guidelines; current edition.
B.
ADA Standards - Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design; 2010.
C.
IEEE C62.41.2 - Recommended Practice on Characterization of Surges in Low-Voltage (1000 V
and less) AC Power Circuits; 2002 (Cor 1, 2012).
D.
NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code; Most Recent Edition Adopted by Authority Having
Jurisdiction, Including All Applicable Amendments and Supplements.
E.
NFPA 72 - National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code; 2016.
F.
NFPA 101 - Life Safety Code; 2015.
1.04 SUBMITTALS
A.
See Section 01 3000 - Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.
B.
Evidence of designer qualifications.
C.
Design Documents: Submit all information required for plan review and permitting by authorities
having jurisdiction, including but not limited to floor plans, riser diagrams, and description of
operation:
1. Copy (if any) of list of data required by authority having jurisdiction.
2. NFPA 72 "Record of Completion", filled out to the extent known at the time.
3. Clear and concise description of operation, with input/output matrix similar to that shown in
NFPA 72 Appendix A-7-5-2.2(9), and complete listing of software required.
4. System zone boundaries and interfaces to fire safety systems.
5. Location of all components, circuits, and raceways; mark components with identifiers used
in control unit programming.
6. Circuit layouts; number, size, and type of raceways and conductors; conduit fill
calculations; spare capacity calculations; notification appliance circuit voltage drop
calculations.
7. List of all devices on each signaling line circuit, with spare capacity indicated.
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8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Manufacturer's detailed data sheet for each component, including wiring diagrams,
installation instructions, and circuit length limitations.
Description of power supplies; if secondary power is by battery include calculations
demonstrating adequate battery power.
Certification by either the manufacturer of the control unit or by the manufacturer of each
other component that the components are compatible with the control unit.
Certification by the manufacturer of the control unit that the system design complies with
the contract documents.
Certification by Construction Manager that the system design complies with the contract
documents.
Do not show existing components to be removed.
D.
Evidence of installer qualifications.
E.
Evidence of instructor qualifications; training lesson plan outline.
F.
Evidence of maintenance contractor qualifications, if different from installer.
G.
Inspection and Test Reports:
1. Submit inspection and test plan prior to closeout demonstration.
2. Submit documentation of satisfactory inspections and tests.
3. Submit NFPA 72 "Inspection and Test Form," filled out.
H.
Operating and Maintenance Data: See Section 01 7800 for additional requirements; revise and
resubmit until acceptable; have one set available during closeout demonstration:
1. Complete set of specified design documents, as approved by authority having jurisdiction.
2. Additional printed set of project record documents and closeout documents, bound or filed
in same manuals.
3. Contact information for firm that will be providing contract maintenance and trouble
call-back service.
4. List of recommended spare parts, tools, and instruments for testing.
5. Replacement parts list with current prices, and source of supply.
6. Detailed troubleshooting guide and large scale input/output matrix.
7. Preventive maintenance, inspection, and testing schedule complying with NFPA 72;
provide printed copy and computer format acceptable to Owner.
8. Detailed but easy to read explanation of procedures to be taken by non-technical
administrative personnel in the event of system trouble, when routine testing is being
conducted, for fire drills, and when entering into contracts for remodeling.
I.
Project Record Documents: See Section 01 7800 for additional requirements; have one set
available during closeout demonstration:
1. Complete set of floor plans showing actual installed locations of components, conduit, and
zones.
2. "As installed" wiring and schematic diagrams, with final terminal identifications.
3. "As programmed" operating sequences, including control events by device, updated
input/output chart, and voice messages by event.
J.
Closeout Documents:
1. Certification by manufacturer that the system has been installed in compliance with his
installation requirements, is complete, and is in satisfactory operating condition.
2. NFPA 72 "Record of Completion", filled out completely and signed by installer and
authorized representative of authority having jurisdiction.
3. Certificate of Occupancy.
K.
Maintenance Materials, Tools, and Software: Furnish the following for Owner's use in
maintenance of project.
1. Furnish spare parts of same manufacturer and model as those installed; deliver in original
packaging, labeled in same manner as in operating and maintenance data and place in
spare parts cabinet.
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1.05 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Copies of Design Criteria Documents: Maintain at the project site for the duration of the project,
bound together, an original copy of NFPA 72, the relevant portions of applicable codes, and
instructions and guidelines of authorities having jurisdiction; deliver to Owner upon completion.
B.
Designer Qualifications: NICET Level III or IV (3 or 4) certified fire alarm technician or
registered fire protection engineer, employed by fire alarm control panel manufacturer,
Construction Manager, or installer, with experience designing fire alarm systems in the
jurisdictional area of the authorities having jurisdiction.
C.
Installer Qualifications: Firm with minimum 3 years documented experience installing fire alarm
systems of the specified type and providing contract maintenance service as a regular part of
their business.
1. Authorized representative of control unit manufacturer; submit manufacturer's certification
that installer is authorized; include name and title of manufacturer's representative making
certification.
2. Installer Personnel: At least 2 years of experience installing fire alarm systems.
3. Supervisor: NICET level III or IV (3 or 4) certified fire alarm technician; furnish name and
address.
D.
Maintenance Contractor Qualifications: Same entity as installer or different entity with specified
qualifications.
E.
Instructor Qualifications: Experienced in technical instruction, understanding fire alarm theory,
and able to provide the required training; trained by fire alarm control unit manufacturer.
1.06 WARRANTY
A.
See Section 01 7800 - Closeout Submittals, for additional warranty requirements.
B.
Provide control panel manufacturer's warranty that system components other than wire and
conduit are free from defects and will remain so for 1 year after date of Substantial Completion.
C.
Provide installer's warranty that the installation is free from defects and will remain so for 1 year
after date of Substantial Completion.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURERS
A.
Fire Alarm Control Units - Basis of Design: Edwards System Technology (EST) EST-3:
www.edwardsfiresafety.com.
2.02 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
A.
Fire Alarm System: Provide a new automatic fire detection and alarm system:
1. Provide all components necessary, regardless of whether shown in the contract
documents or not.
2. Protected Premises: Entire building shown on drawings.
3. Comply with the following; where requirements conflict, order of precedence of
requirements is as listed:
a. ADA Standards.
b. The requirements of the State Fire Marshal.
c. The requirements of the local authority having jurisdiction.
d. Applicable local codes.
e. The contract documents (drawings and specifications).
f.
NFPA 101.
g. NFPA 72; where the word "should" is used consider that provision mandatory; where
conflicts between requirements require deviation from NFPA 72, identify deviations
clearly on design documents.
4. Evacuation Alarm: Multiple smoke zones; allow for evacuation notification of any individual
zone or combination of zones, in addition to general evacuation of entire premises.
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Voice Notification: Provide emergency voice/alarm communications with multichannel
capability; digital.
General Evacuation Zones: Each smoke zone is considered a general evacuation zone
unless otherwise indicated, with alarm notification in all zones on the same floor, on the
floor above, and the floor below.
Program notification zones and voice messages as directed by Owner.
Fire Command Center: Location indicated on drawings.
Master Control Unit (Panel): New, located at fire command center.
B.
Supervising Stations and Fire Department Connections:
1. Public Fire Department Notification: By remote supervising station.
2. Remote Supervising Station: Existing proprietary station operated by Owner, located at
BW Hospital.
3. Means of Transmission to Remote Supervising Station: Digital alarm communicator
transmitter (DACT), 2 telephone lines.
4. Include for off-site ICC type buidings Honeywell IPGSM-4G internet Module with Cellular.
(Internet Monitoring w/ Cellular Back-Up)
C.
Circuits:
1. Initiating Device Circuits (IDC): Class B, Style A.
2. Signaling Line Circuits (SLC) Within Single Building: Class B, Style 0.5.
3. Notification Appliance Circuits (NAC): Class B, Style W.
D.
Power Sources:
1. Primary: Dedicated branch circuits of the facility power distribution system.
2. Secondary: Storage batteries.
3. Capacity: Sufficient to operate entire system for period specified by NFPA 72.
4. Each Computer System: Provide uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
2.03 EXISTING COMPONENTS
A.
Existing Fire Alarm System: Remove existing components indicated and incorporate remaining
components into new system, under warranty as if they were new; do not take existing portions
of system out of service until new portions are fully operational, tested, and connected to
existing system.
B.
Clearly label components that are "Not In Service."
C.
Remove unused existing components and materials from site and dispose of properly.
2.04 FIRE SAFETY SYSTEMS INTERFACES
A.
Supervision: Provide supervisory signals in accordance with NFPA 72 for the following:
1. Sprinkler water control valves.
2. Dry-pipe sprinkler system pressure.
3. Dry-pipe sprinkler valve room low temperature.
4. Fire pump(s).
5. Elevator shut-down control circuits.
B.
Alarm: Provide alarm initiation in accordance with NFPA 72 for the following:
1. Sprinkler water flow.
2. Total flooding suppression system activation.
3. Kitchen hood suppression activation; also disconnect fuel source from cooking equipment.
4. Elevator lobby, elevator hoistway, and elevator machine room smoke detectors.
5. Generator room heat detector.
6. Duct smoke detectors.
C.
Elevators:
1. Elevator lobby, hoistway, and machine room smoke detectors: Elevator recall for fire
fighters' service.
2. Elevator Machine Room Heat Detector: Shut down elevator power prior to hoistway
sprinkler activation.
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3.
Sprinkler pressure or waterflow: Shut down elevator power prior to hoistway sprinkler
activation.
D.
HVAC:
1. Duct Smoke Detectors: Close dampers indicated; shut down air handlers indicated.
E.
Doors:
1. Smoke Barrier Door Magnetic Holders: Release upon activation of smoke detectors in
smoke zone on either side of door, upon alarm from manual pull station on same floor, and
upon sprinkler activation on same floor. Refer to Section 08 7100.
2. Electromagnetic Door Locks on Egress Doors: Unlock upon activation of any alarm
initiating device or suppression system in smoke zone that doors serve as egress from.
Refer to Section 08 7100.
3. Overhead Coiling Fire Doors: Release upon activation of smoke detectors in smoke zone
on either side of door, upon alarm from manual pull station on same floor, and upon
sprinkler activation on same floor. Refer to Section 08 3323.
2.05 COMPONENTS
A.
General:
1. Provide flush mounted units where installed in finish areas; in unfinished areas, surface
mounted unit are acceptable.
2. Provide legible, permanent labels for each control device, using identification used in
operation and maintenance data.
B.
Fire Alarm Control Units, Initiating Devices, and Notification Appliances: ______; listed,
classified, and labeled as suitable for the purpose intended.
C.
Master Control Unit: As specified for Basis of Design above, or equivalent.
D.
Initiating Devices:
E.
Notification Appliances:
F.
Circuit Conductors: Copper or optical fiber; provide 200 feet extra; color code and label.
G.
Surge Protection: In accordance with IEEE C62.41.2 category B combination waveform and
NFPA 70; except for optical fiber conductors.
H.
Locks and Keys: Deliver keys to Owner.
I.
Instruction Charts: Printed instruction chart for operators, showing steps to be taken when a
signal is received (normal, alarm, supervisory, and trouble); easily readable from normal
operator's station.
1. Frame: Stainless steel or aluminum with polycarbonate or glass cover.
2. Provide one for each control unit where operations are to be performed.
3. Obtain approval of Owner prior to mounting; mount in location acceptable to Owner.
4. Provide extra copy with operation and maintenance data submittal.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 INSTALLATION
A.
Install in accordance with applicable codes, NFPA 72, NFPA 70, and the contract documents.
B.
Conceal all wiring, conduit, boxes, and supports where installed in finished areas.
C.
Obtain Owner's approval of locations of devices, before installation.
D.
Install instruction cards and labels.
3.02 INSPECTION AND TESTING FOR COMPLETION
A.
Notify Owner 7 days prior to beginning completion inspections and tests.
B.
Notify authorities having jurisdiction and comply with their requirements for scheduling
inspections and tests and for observation by their personnel.
C.
Provide the services of the installer's supervisor or person with equivalent qualifications to
supervise inspection and testing, correction, and adjustments.
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D.
Prepare for testing by ensuring that all work is complete and correct; perform preliminary tests
as required.
E.
Provide all tools, software, and supplies required to accomplish inspection and testing.
F.
Perform inspection and testing in accordance with NFPA 72 and requirements of local
authorities; document each inspection and test.
G.
Correct defective work, adjust for proper operation, and retest until entire system complies with
contract documents.
3.03 OWNER PERSONNEL INSTRUCTION
A.
Provide the following instruction to designated Owner personnel:
1. Hands-On Instruction: On-site, using operational system.
B.
Administrative: One-hour session(s) covering issues necessary for non-technical administrative
staff; classroom:
1. Initial Training: 1 session pre-closeout.
C.
Basic Operation: One-hour sessions for attendant personnel, security officers, and engineering
staff; combination of classroom and hands-on:
1. Initial Training: 1 session pre-closeout.
D.
Furnish the services of instructors and teaching aids; have copies of operation and maintenance
data available during instruction.
3.04 CLOSEOUT
A.
Closeout Demonstration: Demonstrate proper operation of all functions to Owner.
1. Be prepared to conduct any of the required tests.
2. Have at least one copy of operation and maintenance data, preliminary copy of project
record drawings, input/output matrix, and operator instruction chart(s) available during
demonstration.
3. Have authorized technical representative of control unit manufacturer present during
demonstration.
4. Demonstration may be combined with inspection and testing required by authority having
jurisdiction; notify authority having jurisdiction in time to schedule demonstration.
5. Repeat demonstration until successful.
B.
Substantial Completion of the project cannot be achieved until inspection and testing is
successful and:
1. Approved operating and maintenance data has been delivered.
2. Spare parts, extra materials, and tools have been delivered.
3. All aspects of operation have been demonstrated to Owner.
4. Final acceptance of the fire alarm system has been given by authorities having jurisdiction.
5. Occupancy permit has been granted.
6. Specified pre-closeout instruction is complete.
3.05 MAINTENANCE
A.
See Section 01 7000 - Execution and Closeout Requirements, for additional requirements
relating to maintenance service.
B.
Perform routine inspection, testing, and preventive maintenance required by NFPA 72,
including:
1. Maintenance of fire safety interface and supervisory devices connected to fire alarm
system.
2. Repairs required, unless due to improper use, accidents, or negligence beyond the control
of the maintenance contractor.
3. Record keeping required by NFPA 72 and authorities having jurisdiction.
C.
Provide trouble call-back service upon notification by Owner:
1. Provide on-site response within 2 hours of notification.
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2.
3.
Include allowance for call-back service during normal working hours at no extra cost to
Owner.
Owner will pay for call-back service outside of normal working hours on an hourly basis,
based on actual time spent at site and not including travel time; include hourly rate and
definition of normal working hours in maintenance contract.
D.
Provide a complete description of preventive maintenance, systematic examination, adjustment,
cleaning, inspection, and testing, with a detailed schedule.
E.
Maintain a log at each fire alarm control unit, listing the date and time of each inspection and
call-back visit, the condition of the system, nature of the trouble, correction performed, and parts
replaced. Submit duplicate of each log entry to Owner's representative upon completion of site
visit.
F.
Comply with Owner's requirements for access to facility and security.
END OF SECTION
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