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PART 1
GENERAL
1.01
SECTION INCLUDES
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PLUMBING EQUIPMENT
A. Description: Work includes water heaters and associated appurtenances.
B. General Requirements: Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General
and Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 sections apply to Work in this section.
1.02
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Regulatory Requirements:
ordinances.
Comply with applicable city, county, and state codes and
B. Codes and Standards:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.03
Applicable energy code.
Applicable plumbing code pertaining to materials, products, and installation of plumbing
equipment.
ASHRAE Standard 90.1, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential
Buildings.
NSF 61, Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects.
NSF 372, Drinking Water Systems Components – Lead Content.
Domestic Water Systems: Products carrying and dispensing water for consumption
through drinking and cooking shall be certified by an independent, ANSI-accredited, third
party certification organization to the requirements of NSF 61 and NSF 372 for 0.25
percent maximum lead content for the wetted component base material.
SUBMITTALS
A. Comply with requirements in Division 01 and Section 230500.
B. Product Data: Submit manufacturer's technical product data and maintenance data for the
following. Indicate accessories where required for complete system and installation
instructions. Include blank copy of start-up and test report form.
1.
2.
3.
Water heaters, electric
Expansion tanks
Drain pans
C. Test Reports:
1.
2.
Field start-up and test reports.
Submit completed copy of report and include copy in the Operation and Maintenance
Manual.
PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.01
WATER HEATERS, ELECTRIC
A. Description: Vertical tank type, commercial-grade, electric water heater.
B. Ratings: UL listed and labeled, certification of compliance with ASHRAE 90.1.
C. Construction: Glass lined tank, screw-in or bolt-on immersion elements with incoloy
sheathing, replaceable magnesium anode rod, cold water dip tube, round steel enclosure with
label, enamel finish, insulation to meet requirements of energy code as adopted by AHJ.
D. Controls: Hinged control compartment with 120 Volt control transformer and fusing, magnetic
contactors, element fusing per NEC, adjustable immersion style operating thermostats,
manual reset high limit switch.
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E. Components:
1.
2.
Temperature and pressure safety relief valve selected to exceed rating of water heater.
Drain valve.
F. Manufacturers: A.O. Smith DRE Series, Rheem-Ruud, State, Bradford White, PVI Industries,
Lochinvar, or approved.
2.02
EXPANSION TANKS
A. Description: Pre-charged tank. Suitable for use in potable and non-potable water systems.
B. Ratings: ASME labeled for sizes 1-1/2 cubic feet and larger, 150 psig working pressure.
C. Construction: Steel outer shell with butyl diaphragm and polypropylene liner.
D. Manufacturer: Amtrol Therm-X-Trol, Bell & Gossett, Armstrong, or approved.
2.03
DRAIN PANS
A. Description: Galvanized steel sheet metal with raised edge, 16 gage, minimum 4 inches high
with all welded joints. Size to accommodate base of water heater. Include 3/4 inch drain
outlet connection.
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.01
INSPECTION
A. General: Verify installation conditions as satisfactory to receive work of this section. Do not
install until unsatisfactory conditions are corrected. Beginning work constitutes acceptance of
conditions as satisfactory.
3.02
PREPARATION
A. Field Measurements: Field verify locations of new and existing work prior to commencing
work of this section.
B. Protection: Protect surrounding areas and surfaces to preclude damage from work of this
section.
3.03
INSTALLATION, APPLICATION, ERECTION, AND PERFORMANCE
A. General: Install, apply, erect, and perform the work in accordance with Article "Quality
Assurance" provisions, specifications, and manufacturer's installation instructions and
directions. Where these may be in conflict, the more stringent requirements govern.
B. Coordinate required electrical and control installation work with Division 26 and
Section 230900.
3.04
INSTALLATION OF WATER HEATERS
A. General: Install within sheet metal drain pan.
B. Seismic Restraint: Anchor or strap to wall to resist horizontal displacement due to earthquake
motion. Locate straps in accordance with local code requirements.
C. Components: Install as indicated on the Drawings.
D. Electric Water Heaters: Install on an incompressible, insulated pad with a minimum thermal
resistance of R-10.
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START-UP SERVICES
A. Equipment manufacturer’s authorized representative shall perform start-up services of water
heaters and related appurtenances. Services shall include a check of proper installation,
system check-out, adjustment, and complete start-up. Start-up by contractor not acceptable.
3.06
PLUMBING SYSTEMS TRAINING
A. Comply with requirements in Section 230810.
B. Representative shall conduct one hour training sessions to demonstrate that equipment
operates as indicated in the Contract Documents and in accordance with manufacturer’s
recommendations. First session shall cover operation of water heaters. Second session shall
cover detailed system operation and trouble shooting. Give minimum one week notice prior
to demonstration. Furnish instruments and personnel required to conduct the demonstration.
C. Starting time (during any normal operating shift) of training sessions will be determined by the
Owner to minimize overtime required for his maintenance personnel.
D. Demonstrate the proper performance of operating and safety controls, as well as stable
equipment performance over the entire operating range to the satisfaction of the Owner prior
to Substantial Completion.
E. Include instruction session to identify locations of servicing points and required maintenance
requirements to Owner’s personnel.
F. Include preliminary discussion and presentation of information from instruction manuals, with
appropriate references to the Contract Documents, followed by tour explaining maintenance
requirements, access methods, servicing and maintenance procedures, equipment cleaning
procedures, control settings and available adjustments.
3.07
COMMISSIONING
A. Equipment and systems referenced in this section shall be commissioned per
Section 230800. Contractor has specific responsibilities for scheduling, coordination, test
development, testing and documentation.
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PART 1
GENERAL
1.01
SECTION INCLUDES
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PLUMBING FIXTURES
A. Description: Work includes plumbing fixtures and fittings, installation of and connections to
fixtures furnished under other specification divisions and associated appurtenances.
B. General Requirements: Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General
and Supplementary Conditions, and Division 01 sections apply to Work in this section.
1.02
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Regulatory Requirements:
ordinances.
Comply with applicable city, county, and state codes and
B. Source Limitations: Obtain plumbing fixtures, faucets, and other components of each
category through one source from a single manufacturer. If fixtures, faucets, or other
components are not available from a single manufacturer, obtain similar products from other
manufacturers specified for that category.
C. Codes and Standards:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Applicable plumbing code pertaining to materials, products, and installation of plumbing
fixtures.
ANSI Z358.1, Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment.
ASSE 1011, Performance Requirements for Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers.
ASSE 1071, Performance Requirements for Temperature Actuated Mixing Valves for
Plumbed Emergency Equipment.
ICC A117.1, Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities.
NSF 372, Drinking Water Systems Components – Lead Content.
D. Domestic Water Systems: Products carrying and dispensing water for consumption through
drinking and cooking shall be certified by an independent, ANSI-accredited, third party
certification organization to the requirements of NSF 372 for 0.25 per cent maximum lead
content for the wetted component base material.
E. Combinations of fixtures and trim, faucets, fittings, and other components that are compatible.
1.03
SUBMITTALS
A. Comply with requirements in Division 01 and Section 230500.
B. Product Data: Submit manufacturer's technical product data and maintenance data for the
following. Indicate accessories where required for complete system Verify as to the locations
of plumbing fixture accessories such as sink bubbler, glass fillers, ADA compliant shower
seats, and similar items with the Architectural drawings before submittals are prepared.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.04
Plumbing fixtures and trim
Fixture supports
Thermostatic mixing valves
Wall and floor sealant
DEFINITIONS
A. Accessible Fixture (ADA compliant): Plumbing fixture that can be approached, entered, and
used by people with disabilities.
B. Fittings and Trim: Fittings specified in this section include supplies and stops, faucets and
spouts, shower heads, drains and tailpieces, and traps and waste pipes.
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COORDINATION
A. Coordinate rough-in and final plumbing fixture locations, and verify that fixtures can be
installed to comply with original design and referenced standards.
PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.01
MANUFACTURERS
A. Water Closets and Urinals:
approved.
Toto, Kohler, American Standard, Crane, Zurn, Acorn, or
B. Lavatories: Kohler, American Standard, Crane, Acorn, Bradley, Zurn, or approved.
C. Stainless Steel Sinks: Just, Elkay, Kindred, or approved.
D. Service and Mop Sinks: Zurn, Fiat, Kohler, Acorn, or approved.
E. Drinking Fountains and Electric Water Coolers: Elkay, Haws, Halsey Taylor, Oasis, Sunroc,
Acorn, or approved.
F. Emergency Fixtures: Haws, Bradley, Guardian, Acorn, Speakman, or approved.
G. Hose Bibbs and Wall Hydrants: Acorn, Chicago Faucets, Jay R. Smith, Wade, Woodford, or
approved.
H. Gas, and Air Vacuum Turrets: Chicago Faucets, T&S Brass, or approved.
I. Faucets for Lavatories, Sinks, and Service Sinks: American Standard, Kohler, Delta, Elkay,
Just, Moen (Commercial line only), Grohe, Chicago Faucets, Speakman, Leonard, or
approved.
J. Miscellaneous Fittings: BrassCraft , T & S Brass, McGuire, or approved.
K. Flush Valves for Water Closets and Urinals: Sloan, Zurn, Delany, or approved.
L. Closet Seats for Water Closets: Church, Olsonite, Bemis, Beneke, Kohler, or approved.
M. Under-Sink Protection for Accessible Fixtures: Truebro Lav Guard, McGuire Pro Wrap, or
approved.
2.02
PLUMBING FIXTURES AND TRIM, GENERAL
A. Fixture Color: White unless otherwise indicated in the Contract Documents.
B. Exposed Metal Parts: Polished chrome plated finish.
C. Stop Valves: Provide in water connections to fixtures, except where fitting has integral stops.
Loose key angle pattern with lock shield, polished chrome plated finish.
D. Exposed Supplies: 1/2 inch outside diameter, polished chrome plated finish, vertical braided
flexible or rigid risers as specified.
E. Pipe Escutcheons: Include where pipe or other fitting enters wall at fixture. Comply with
requirements in Section 232116.
F. Tailpiece Extension, Trap, and Arm to Wall:
without cleanout.
17 gage, seamless, chrome plated tubing
G. Vacuum Breaker: Include on water supply to each fixture which has a water connection
located below the rim and for fixtures with faucets with threaded outlets for hose attachment,
flow-through pattern.
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H. Trap Primers: Provide for floor drains and floor sinks unless trap seals are specified in
Section 221300.
I. Under-Sink Protection for Accessible Fixtures:
1.
2.
3.
2.03
Description: Fully molded flexible vinyl insulation kit for drain piping, P-trap, and hot and
cold water supplies under lavatory to meet American with Disabilities Act (ADA)
requirements.
Rating: UL listed in accordance with ADA.
Components: Smooth exterior conforming to pipe and fittings, hidden fastening system,
removable trap cleanout cover, and hinged cap at stop valves to allow quick access with
snap closure.
WATER CLOSETS
A. WC-1 and WC-1A (ADA) Water Closet:
1.
2.
Description: Toto, Kohler Kingston Model CT-708E, wall mount, flush valve (top spud),
siphon jet, white vitreous china, elongated bowl.
Components:
a.
b.
2.04
Flush Valve: Sloan Royal Model Optima 113 – SMO Low Consumption, chrome
plated, 1-1/2 inch top spud, 1.6 gallon per flush.
Seat: Bemis Model 1955C, self-sustaining check hinge with stainless post, no
cover, open front.
URINALS
A. UR-1 Urinal:
1.
2.05
Description: Toto, Model UT-4-47E, wall mount, flush valve (top spud), wash out, white
vitreous china, extended rim, anti-backsplash wall. Flush Valve: Sloan Royal Optima
Model 186-0.5-SMO, chrome plated, 3/4 inch top spud, 0.5 gallon per flush.
LAVATORIES
A. LV-1 Lavatory (ADA Compliant)
1.
2.
Description: Sloan Model SS-3003, wall hung, 20 inch by 18 inch, white vitreous china,
overflow, back and side splash shields, 4 inch faucet centers, concealed arm supports.
Refer to architectural drawings for mounting height.
Components:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
2.06
Faucet: Chicago Faucets Model 803-VE2805-665CP, deck mounted, adjustable,
mixing metering type, polished chrome plated solid brass, 4 inch centers, integral
4 inch spout, vandal proof push handles, 0.5 gpm aerator, 0.20 gallon per cycle,
inlet shanks with threaded inlets and coupling nuts.
Drain and Tailpiece: Stainless steel brass fitting with perforated grid strainer and 11/4 inch tailpiece.
P-trap: McGuire Model 8088, two piece chrome plated, cleanout.
Stop Valves: BrassCraft KT Series, loose key, angle stop, quarter turn, chrome
plated, wall escutcheon, 12 inch rigid risers.
Supports: J.R. Smith 0700 series floor mounted with concealed arms.
SINKS
A. LS.1 Laboratory Sink – Science Room:
1.
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Description: Epoxy resin sink by casework contractor. Coordinate hole drilling for
faucet, air outlet turrets, and gas outlet turrets. See Architectural drawings for exact
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location of fixture components. Field verify exact drain and tailpiece requirements.
Provide complete connection to acid waste system.
Faucet: Chicago Faucets #947-317 CP, deck mounted hot and cold water inlet faucet
with vacuum breaker, 6” rigid gooseneck spout, full flow serrated nozzle, 4” wrist blade
handles, red and blue button indicators.
Drain: Field verify requirements to complete connection to neutralizing trap.
Acid resistant universal P-trap with clear base, IPEX Industrial Systems, Part # 15611.
Connect P-trap to ARW piping system with ARW piping.
B. LS-2 Physics Room:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Description: Epoxy resin sink by casework contractor. Coordinate hole drilling for
faucets, air outlet turrets, and gas outlet turrets. See Architectural Drawings for exact
location of fixture components. Field verify exact drain and tail piece requirements.
Provide complete connection to acid waste systems.
Faucets: Each LS-2 has 3 each 8” center faucets; Chicago Faucets #947-317CP, deck
mounted hot and cold water with vacuum breaker, 6” rigid gooseneck spout, full flow
serrated nozzle, 4” wrist blade handles, red and blue button indicators.
Drain: Field verify requirements to complete connection to neutralizing trap.
Acid resistant universal P-trap with clear base, IPEX Industries, Part #15611.
Connect P-trap to ARW system with ARW piping.
C. LS-3 Materials Science Room, Stainless Steel Counter Mounted Sink with Sloped Bottom for
ADA Access:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Description: Custom design, ELKAY model, LFR 5621-510, 16 gage type 304 (18-8)
nickel bearing stainless steel, top mount.
Bowl Depth: Slope from 5” to 10”, curved corners with 1-3/4” vertical and horizontal
radius bowl recess 3/16” below outside of edge of sink. Exposed surfaces to be hand
blended to satin finish. Underside to be fully undercoated to dampen sound. Drain
opening to be 3-1/3”
Faucets: Each LS-2 has 3 each 8” center faucets; Chicago Faucets #947-317CP, deck
mounted hot and cold water with vacuum breaker, 6” rigid gooseneck spout, full flow
serrated nozzle, 4” wrist blade handles, red and blue button indicators.
Drain: Field verify requirements to complete connection to neutralizing trap.
Acid resistant universal P-trap with clear base, IPEX Industries, Part #15611.
Connect P-trap to ARW system with ARW piping.
D. LS-4 Materials Science Room, Stainless Steel Counter Mounted Sink with 10” Deep Sink:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
2.07
Description: Custom Design, ELKAY model LFR-5621-10, 16 gage type 304 (18-8)
nickel bearing stainless steel top, top mount. Bowl depth 10”, curved corners with 1-34”
vertical and horizontal radius, bowl recess 3/16” below outside edge of sink. Exposed
surfaces to be hand blended to a satin finish. Underside to be fully undercoated to
dampen sound. Drain opening to be 3-1/2”
Faucets: Each LS-2 has 3 each 8” center faucets; Chicago Faucets #947-317CP, deck
mounted hot and cold water with vacuum breaker, 6” rigid gooseneck spout, full flow
serrated nozzle, 4” wrist blade handles, red and blue button indicators.
Drain: Field verify requirements to complete connection to neutralizing trap.
Acid resistant universal P-trap with clear base, IPEX Industries, Part #15611.
Connect P-trap to ARW system with ARW piping.
MOP SINKS
A. MS Mop Sinks:
1.
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Description: Zurn model Z5850-D3, corner type, floor mount, 28 inch long by 28 inch
wide by 8 inch deep enameled cast iron, with 3 IPS drain connection and grid drain.
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Components:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
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Faucet: Chicago Faucets Model 897-CP, with 2 offset inlet supply arms and 2 inlet
adapters, wall mounted, manual mixing type with integral stops, polished chrome
plated solid brass, 8 inch centers, integral 8 inch spout, pail hook, adjustable wall
brace with oval flange, male hose threaded outlet, integral stop valves, and
atmospheric vacuum breaker, 2-3/8 inch metal handles, adjustable supply arms,
integral drain.
Hose and Hose Brackets: Fiat 832-AA, 30 inch long flexible hose.
Mop Hanger: Fiat 889-CC, 24 inch by 3 inch.
Strainer: Fiat 1453-BB, flat stainless steel.
Vinyl Bumper Guard: Fiat E-77-AA.
Silicone Sealant: Fiat 833-AA.
DRINKING FOUNTAINS AND ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS
A. DF-1 Drinking Fountain (ADA Compliant):
1.
2.
3.
Description: Elkay Model LZS8WSVRLK, wall hung, fully assembled.
Construction: Stainless Steel basin with integral drain. Galvanized structural steel cooler
chassis provides structural integrity Stainless steel bottle filler wrapper with ABS plastic
alcove Cooler cabinet available as Light Gray Granite Vinyl Clad Steel construction.
Vandal-resistant bubbler is one-piece heavy-duty chrome-plated. Provide 3000 gallon
filter.
Components:
a.
b.
c.
2.09
In-wall carrier mounting plate.
Water supply in-line filter.
Stop Valve: BrassCraft KT Series, loose key, straight stop, quarter turn, chrome
plated.
EMERGENCY FIXTURES
A. ESEW-1
1.
Description: Guardian Model # GBF1994, all stainless steel, ADA. Combination
WideArea™ eye/wash and shower safety station. Bowl is lowered and extended to
permit access by wheelchair user.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
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Emergency Fixtures:
ADA Compliance: Unit complies with ADA requirements for accessibility by
handicapped persons (maximum height and reach, minimum knee clearance and
distance from obstructions.)
Shower Head: 10” diameter stainless steel.
Shower Valve: 1” IPS Type 316 stainless steel stay-open ball valve, stainless steel
ball and Teflon® seals. Furnished with stainless steel actuating arm and 47 ½”
stainless steel pull rod.
Spray Head Assembly: Four GS-Plus spray heads. Each head has a “flip-flop”
dust cover, internal flow control and filter.
Eye/Face Wash Bowl: 11 ½” stainless bowl.
Eye/Face Wash Valve: ½" IPS Type 316 stainless steel stay-open ball valve,
stainless steel ball and Teflon® seals.
Piping and Fittings: Schedule 40 brushed stainless steel.
Supply: 1 ¼” NPT female top or side inlet.
Waste: 1 1/4" NPT female outlet.
Sign: Furnished with ANSI-compliant identification sign.
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HOSE BIBBS AND HYDRANTS
A. HB-1
1.
Interior Hot and Cold Hose Bibb, Recessed:
Description: Acorn Model 8156, recessed box type, Type 304 stainless steel, removable
wall flange and door with cylinder lock, satin finish, loose key wheel handles, screwdriver
stops, vandal resistant, lockshield bonnets, anti-siphon vacuum breaker, 3/4 inch inlet
and outlet.
B. HB-2 Exterior Wall Hydrant:
1.
2.11
Description: Woodford Model B24, non-freeze wall hydrant, enclosed in a flush mounted
wall box, exposed, brass valve body with hose end, ASSE 1011 anti-siphon vacuum
breaker, automatic draining, loose key, wall clamp, 3/4 inch inlet. Stem length to suit
wall thickness.
GAS AND AIR TURRETS
A. G Turret, Deck Mounted, Three Outlets at 90 deg:
1.
2.12
Description:
T&S Brass model BL-4203-3, polished chrome plated solid brass
construction, ball valves with serrated nozzles, index buttons for gas service connection.
FIXTURE SUPPORTS
A. Water Closet Carriers:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Concealed cast iron carrier, vertical or horizontal adjustable pattern. Furnish type as
required to fit within available wall space. Where wall space is restricted, vertical nonadjustable pattern carriers acceptable.
Include support feet set on sub-floor or cast in sub-floor.
Include brass fixture attachment bolts with double nuts and chrome-plated acorn type
nuts.
Include epoxy bolts for bariatric and wall mounted water closets. Lag bolts not
acceptable.
B. Wall Hung Fixtures other than Water Closets:
1.
2.
3.
Concealed fixture hanger constructed for fixture.
Include cast iron feet set on sub-floor, cast in sub-floor, or supported by floor-to-ceiling
pipes.
Include concealed arm fixture supports where suitable for fixture.
C. Manufacturers: Jay R. Smith, Wade, or approved.
2.13
THERMOSTATIC MIXING VALVES, EMERGENCY FIXTURES
A. General: Self contained thermostatic mixing valve with dirt and lime resistant piston cylinder
design and paraffin-based action technology. Include checkstops for each valve. Valve
ensures cold water flow if valve fails or loss of hot water. Comply with ANSI Z 358-1 and
ASSE 1071. Factory set at 85 F.
B. Construction: Rough bronze.
C. Components:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Tamper resistant temperature adjustment control.
Dial thermometer.
Vacuum breaker.
Stainless steel, recessed cabinet.
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D. Manufacturer: Powers Hydroguard Model ES-150 for emergency eyewashes and Model
ETV-200 for emergency showers, Leonard Model TA-300 for emergency eyewashes, or
approved.
2.14
WALL AND FLOOR SEALANT
A. Manufacturer and Type: Color to match fixture. General Electric No. 1200 Silicone Building
Sealant, Dow Corning No. 780 Construction Sealant, or approved.
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.01
PRE-INSTALLATION REVIEW
A. General: Verify installation conditions as satisfactory to receive work of this section. Do not
install until unsatisfactory conditions are corrected. Beginning work constitutes acceptance of
conditions as satisfactory.
B. Before plumbing fixture installation, review in accordance with manufacturer’s rough-in
instructions for water, soil, and waste piping systems and supports to verify actual locations
and sizes of piping connections and that locations and types of supports match those
indicated. Use manufacturer's rough-in data.
C. Examine walls, floors, and cabinets for suitable conditions where fixtures will be installed.
3.02
PREPARATION
A. Field Measurements: Field verify locations of new and existing work prior to commencing
work of this section.
B. Protection: Protect surrounding areas and surfaces to preclude damage from work of this
section.
3.03
INSTALLATION, APPLICATION, ERECTION, AND PERFORMANCE
A. General: Install, apply, erect, and perform the work in accordance with Article “Quality
Assurance” provisions, specifications, and manufacturer’s installation instructions and
directions. Where these may be in conflict, the more stringent requirements govern.
B. Do not cover up or enclose work until inspected and approved by AHJ. If in non-compliance,
uncover work, remove, and provide new to satisfaction of A/E at no additional cost to the
Owner.
3.04
WORK PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
A. Thermostatic mixing valve manufacturer’s authorized representative shall meet with
mechanical subcontractor at job site to assure that parties understand what interconnections
are required.
B. After thermostatic mixing valve installation, manufacturer’s authorized representative to meet
again with mechanical subcontractor to review the installation, advise as to any required
changes, and make final adjustments to mixing valves and high temperature limit stops.
3.05
PLUMBING FIXTURE INSTALLATION
A. Assemble fixtures, trim, fittings, and other components according to manufacturers' written
instructions. Refer to architectural drawings for mounting heights.
B. Wall-Hung Fixtures: Install with off-floor supports affixed to building substrate, anchored to
allow no movement.
C. Counter-Mounted Fixtures: Install and attach to casework.
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D. Install water-supply piping with stop valve on each supply to each fixture to be connected to
water distribution piping. Include separate stop valve for fixture accessories such as bubbler
and glass filler. Attach supplies to supports or substrate within pipe spaces behind fixtures.
E. For fixtures without integral traps, install trap and waste piping on drain outlet of each fixture
to be directly connected to sanitary drainage system.
F. Install flush valves for accessible water closets and urinals with handle mounted on wide side
of compartment. Install other actuators in locations that are easy for people with disabilities to
reach.
G. Install toilet seats on water closets.
H. Install instruction sign for dual flush valves in visible location.
I. Install faucet-spout fittings with specified flow rates and patterns in faucet spouts if faucets
are not available with required rates and patterns. Include adapters if required.
J. Install water-supply flow-control fittings with specified flow rates in fixture supplies at stop
valves.
K. Install faucet flow-control fittings with specified flow rates and patterns in faucet spouts if
faucets are not available with required rates and patterns. Include adapters if required.
L. Install escutcheons at piping wall and ceiling penetrations in exposed, finished locations and
within cabinets and millwork. Use deep-pattern escutcheons if required to conceal protruding
fittings. Comply with requirements in Section 232116.
M. Seal joints between fixtures and walls, floors, and counters with wall and floor sealant.
N. Trap Insulation for Accessible Fixtures: Install on exposed drain pipes, traps, tailpieces,
waste arm, and on exposed hot and cold water piping stops and supplies. Install per
manufacturer’s recommendations with fasteners located out of sight for clean appearance.
O. Install frost proof hydrants 36 inches above finished grade, or as shown on Architectural
Exterior Elevations.
3.06
PLUMBING FIXTURES, FITTINGS, AND TRIM CONNECTIONS
A. Piping installation requirements are specified in Sections 221116 and 221300. Drawings
indicate general arrangement of piping, fittings, and specialties.
B. Connect hot and cold water and soil, waste, and vent piping to plumbing fixtures. Comply
with equipment manufacturer's installation instructions.
C. Water, Waste, and Vent Connections to Fixtures and Equipment Specified in Other Sections:
Connect fixtures and equipment with water supplies, stops, risers, traps, and waste piping
specified. Use fittings required to match fixtures and equipment. Connect to plumbing piping.
3.07
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Verify that installed fixtures are categories and types specified for locations where installed.
B. Check that fixtures are complete with trim, faucets, fittings, and other specified components.
C. Inspect installed fixtures for damage. Replace damaged fixtures and components.
D. Test installed fixtures after water systems are pressurized for proper operation. Replace
malfunctioning fixtures and components, then retest. Repeat procedure until units operate
properly.
E. Install fresh batteries in sensor-operated mechanisms.
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PLUMBING FIXTURES
ADJUSTING
A. Operate and adjust faucets and controls. Replace damaged and malfunctioning fixtures,
fittings, and controls.
B. Adjust water pressure at faucets, shower valves, and flush valves to produce proper flow and
stream.
C. Replace washers and seals of leaking and dripping faucets and stops.
D. Test and balance trap primer systems. Arrange piping to achieve equal flow to each floor
drain and floor sink.
3.09
CLEANING
A. Clean fixtures, faucets, and other fittings with manufacturers' recommended cleaning
methods and materials. Perform the following:
1.
2.
3.
3.10
Remove faucet spouts and strainers, remove sediment and debris, and reinstall strainers
and spouts.
Remove sediment and debris from drains.
Remove labels.
MECHANICAL SYSTEMS TRAINING
A. Comply with requirements in Section 230810. Total of 2 hours.
3.11
COMMISSIONING
A. Equipment and systems referenced in this section shall be commissioned per Section
230800.
Contractor has specific responsibilities for scheduling, coordination, test
development, testing and documentation. Coordinate commissioning activities with the
Commissioning Authority.
END OF SECTION
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PART 1
GENERAL
1.01
SECTION INCLUDES
SECTION 22 66 00
ACID WASTE AND VENT PIPING SYSTEM
A. Description: Work includes acid waste and vent piping and associated appurtenances.
B. General Requirements: Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General
and Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 sections apply to Work in this section.
1.02
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Regulatory Requirements:
ordinances.
Comply with applicable city, county, and state codes and
B. Code and Standards:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.03
Applicable plumbing code pertaining to materials, products, and installation of acid waste
and vent piping.
ASME A112.3.1, Stainless Steel Drainage Systems for Sanitary DWV, Storm, and
Vacuum Applications, Above and Below-Ground.
ASTM D 4101, Standard Specification for Polypropylene Injection and Extrusion
Materials..
ASTM F 1055, Standard Specification for Electrofusion Type Polyethylene Fittings for
Outside Diameter Controlled Polyethylene and Crosslinked Polyethylene (PEX) Pipe and
Tubing.
ASTM F 1412, Standard Specification for Polyolefin Pipe and Fittings for Corrosive
Waste Drainage Systems..
SUBMITTALS
A. Comply with requirements in Division 01 and Section 230500.
B. Product Data: Submit manufacturer’s technical product data and maintenance data for the
following. Include blank copy of test report form.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Pipe and fittings
Cleanouts
Floor drains
Acid neutralizer tanks
C. Shop Drawings: Comply with requirements in Section 230500.
D. Test Reports:
1.
2.
1.04
Field test reports.
Submit completed copy of reports and include copy in the Operation and Maintenance
Manual.
DEFINITIONS
A. The term “floor receptor” may be used on the Drawings. This term means “floor drain”,
“funnel floor drain”, “floor sink”, or similar device as applicable
PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.01
GENERAL
A. Furnish products of sizes, ratings, and characteristics indicated which comply with
manufacturer's standard materials, design, and construction in accordance with published
product information. Furnish quantity of piping and appurtenances required for complete
installation.
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2.02
SECTION 22 66 00
ACID WASTE AND VENT PIPING SYSTEM
MANUFACTURERS
A. Floor Drains, Cleanouts, and Miscellaneous: Orion, Enfield Industrial Corp., Zurn, Spears
Mfg. Co., Georg Fischer Piping System LLC, or approved. Jay R. Smith. Orion, and Spears
Mfg. Co., model numbers are listed for various products.
B. Floor Sinks: Jay R. Smith, Josam, Wade, Zurn, Watts Drainage, or approved. Jay R. Smith
model numbers are listed.
C. Acid Neutralizer Tanks: Orion, Enfield Industrial Corp., Zurn, Spears Mfg. Co., Georg Fischer
Piping System LLC, or approved. Orion, and Spears Mfg. Co. model numbers are listed for
various products.
2.03
PIPING AND FITTINGS
A. Piping Materials:
1.
Polypropylene:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
2.04
Above-Ground Pipe and Fittings in Return Air Plenums: Schedule 40 polypropylene
with pipe and drainage pattern fittings dimensions and tolerances per ASTM F 1412
and ASTM F 1055, pipe extrusion from polypropylene resin with fire retardant
additive per ASTM D 4101. Coil fusion using socket fusion tools per ASTM F 1056
Mechanical joint ends acceptable where accessible below cabinets.
Above-Ground Pipe and Fittings in Non-Plenum Locations:
Schedule 40
polypropylene with pipe and drainage pattern fittings dimensions and tolerances per
ASTM F 1412 and ASTM F 1055, pipe extrusion from polypropylene resin with nonflame retardant material per ASTM D 4101. Coil fusion using socket fusion tools per
ASTM F 1056. Mechanical joint ends acceptable where accessible below cabinets.
Underground Pipe and Fittings: Schedule 40 polypropylene with pipe dimensions
and tolerances per ASTM F 1412 and ASTM F 1055, pipe extrusion from
polypropylene resin per ASTM D 4101, coil fusion joint ends using socket fusion
tools per ASTM F 1056. Mechanical joints not acceptable.
Joints: Coil fusion joint connection using imbedded electrical resistance wire in
fittings per ASTM F 1290.
Transition Couplings: Connections between polypropylene pipe and fittings and
other pipe materials using adapters furnished by polypropylene pipe manufacturer.
Manufacturers: Orion, Blueline® , Enfield Industrial Corp., Zurn, Georg Fischer
Piping System LLC Fuseal, or approved.
CLEANOUTS
A. Acid Waste Floor Cleanouts (FCO): Fire retardant polypropylene material per ASTM D 4101
with ferrule and countersunk plug, and adjustablesquare nickel bronze cover to suit floor
finish pattern as shown on the architectural drawings. Orion FCO-SQ.
B. Acid Waste Floor Cleanouts (FCO): Type 316L stainless steel per ASME A112.3.1,
chemically descaled with screwed fixed square top and EPDM rubber sealing ring. Blucher
144.155 Series.
C. Acid Waste Wall Cleanouts (WCO): Cleanout tee with countersunk cleanout plug, fire
retardant polypropylene material conforming to ASTM D 4101. Include stainless steel shallow
cover with center screw. Length of screw to suit installation requirements. Orion COT with
Jay R. Smith Figure 4710.
2.05
FLOOR DRAINS
A. AFD-1, Floor Drain: Fire retardant polypropylene material conforming to ASTM D 4101 with
nominal 7 inch diameter grate, plug and cover fabricated from fiber-filled polypropylene.
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Include sediment bucket, flashing clamp, vandal proof grate attachment.
Mechanical joint waste pipe connection. Orion AWFDSTD.
Coil fusion
B. Trap Primer Fittings: Coated cast iron with 1/2 inch threaded inlet tapping. Jay R. Smith
Figure 2695.
2.06
ACID NEUTRALIZER TANKS
A. Acid Neutralizer Tanks, Underground Type (ANT): HDPE, seamless construction, black
color, produced by rotational molding.CPVC, gray color. Include side inlet and outlet
connections and side vent connection, flanged top and bolted cover. Include tank extension
so that top of cover is no more than 4 inch below top of slab. Capacity as indicated on the
Drawings. Include initial limestone to fill tank plus sufficient limestone in 50 pound bags for
replacement of limestone. Spears Mfg. Co. or approved.
2.07
PIPING SPECIALTIES
A. Pipe Sleeves: Comply with requirements in Section 230510. Use black steel or cast iron
pipe for pipe sizes 6 inch diameter and larger.
B. Pipe Hangers and Supports: Comply with requirements in Section 232116. Use vinyl coated
hangers. Trapeze supports not acceptable.
C. Pipe Escutcheons: Comply with requirements in Section 232116.
D. Vents through Roof: Comply with requirements in Section 221300.
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.01
INSPECTION
A. General: Verify installation conditions as satisfactory to receive work of this section. Do not
install until unsatisfactory conditions are corrected. Beginning work constitutes acceptance of
conditions as satisfactory.
3.02
PREPARATION
A. Field Measurements: Field verify locations of new and existing work prior to commencing
work of this section.
B. Protection: Protect surrounding areas and surfaces to preclude damage from work of this
section. Store polypropylene and polyvinylidene piping in a covered environment away from
sunlight and UV light.
3.03
INSTALLATION, APPLICATION, ERECTION, AND PERFORMANCE
A. General: Install, apply, erect, and perform the work in accordance with Article “Quality
Assurance” provisions, specifications, and manufacturer’s installation instructions and
directions. Where these may be in conflict, the more stringent requirements govern.
B. Do not cover up or enclose work until inspected and approved. If in non-compliance, uncover
work, remove, and provide new to satisfaction of A/E at no additional cost to Owner.
3.04
WORK PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
A. Borosilicate glass manufacturer’s authorized representative shall meet with the plumbing
subcontractor at the job site for instructions as to cutting and joining pipe sections and for
hanger spacing requirements.
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SECTION 22 66 00
ACID WASTE AND VENT PIPING SYSTEM
PIPING INSTALLATION
A. General:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Comply with requirements in Section 221116.
Install with uniform pitch of at least 1/4 inch per foot for horizontal acid waste piping,
unless otherwise indicated on the Drawings or allowed by AHJ.
Pitch vents for proper drainage. Vent piping may be installed horizontal if required to
avoid conflict with building elements.
Joints and Connections: Assemble per manufacturer’s installation instructions.
Clean interior of piping of dirt and other superfluous material as work progresses.
Maintain swab in piping and pull past each joint as completed.
Place plugs in ends of uncompleted piping at end of day or whenever work stops.
Apply titanium oxide paint on wrap for polypropylene vent piping exposed above roof.
B. Above-Ground Piping:
1.
2.
Support horizontal piping to maintain alignment, prevent grade reversals, and prevent
sagging. Install hangers at spacing per pipe manufacturer’s installation instructions.
Locate hangers within 12 inch of each fitting and coupling.
Support vertical stacks at each floor with riser clamps and every 72 inch.
C. Underground Piping:
1.
2.
3.
3.06
Perform trenching and backfilling associated with plumbing installation in accordance
with pertinent provisions of excavating, filling, and grading requirements in Division 32
and Section 230510.
Install piping in trenches and not supported on foundation footings or concrete walls.
At time of Substantial Completion, video tape main waste lines. Include copy of video
tape in the Operation and Maintenance Manual.
CLEANOUTS
A. Install cleanouts in accordance with requirements in the applicable plumbing code. Full pipe
size, 4 inch maximum. Locate at minimum 50 foot intervals for piping 4 inch and smaller and
at 100 foot intervals for piping 6 inch and larger.
B. Drill and tap wall cleanout plug and install cover.
3.07
EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS
A. Install acid waste piping runouts to plumbing fixtures and drains with approved trap and sizes
indicated on the Drawings, but in no case smaller than that required by the applicable
plumbing code.
B. Locate piping runouts as close as possible to bottom of floor slab supporting fixtures and
drains.
C. Make gas- and watertight. Use 1 piece special molded gaskets for connections between
outlet of fixtures and pipe flanges.
D. Install trap where manufacturer does not include trap for fixture. Install to be removable for
servicing and replacement. Install unions at pipe connections to acid neutralizer tanks.
E. Coordinate acid waste piping as necessary to interface with floor drains and floor sinks.
F. Install floor drains and floor sinks in accordance with written manufacturer's instructions at low
points of surface areas to be drained or as indicated on the Drawings. Install trap primer
fittings below floor drains and floor sinks so that trap primer line is not installed in concrete
floor slab. Set tops of drains flush with finished floor. Coordinate with architectural drawings.
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G. Install drain flashing collar or flange so that no leakage occurs between drain and adjoining
flooring. Maintain integrity of waterproof membranes.
H. Support buried acid neutralizer tanks on concrete pads or on compacted stone-free sand bed.
Encase tank in a concrete sleeve. Comply with manufacturer’s installation instructions.
3.08
PRESSURE TESTING
A. Test drainage piping in accordance with applicable plumbing code.
Comply with
requirements in Section 221116. Test by water. For installation where pressure testing was
performed on multiple sections of pipes, retest once all waste and vent piping has been
installed. Include test results in Operation and Maintenance Manuals.
3.09
PLUMBING TRAINING
A. Comply with requirements in Section 230810. Total of 1 hour.
3.10
COMMISSIONING
A. Equipment and systems referenced in this section shall be commissioned per
Section 230800. Contractor has specific responsibilities for scheduling, coordination, test
development, testing and documentation.
END OF SECTION
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