Construction of a new building, Sept-Îles, Québec
Proposal Ref : 201600365
Section 00 00 00
Construction of a new building
Sept-Îles, QC
SPECIFICATIONS - ISSUED FOR TENDER
ELECTRICAL
PART 3 OF 3
AUGUST 4, 2016
New Building Construction,
Sept-Îles, Québec
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SPECIFICATIONSPART
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SPECIFICATIONS:
3 OF 3 ELECTRICAL
Division
Section
DIVISION 26
26 05 01 – Common Work Results
26 05 20 – Wire and Box Connectors 0-1000 V
26 05 21 – Wires and Cables (0-1000 V)
26 05 27 – Grounding - Primary
26 05 28 – Grounding - Secondary
26 05 29 – Hangers and Supports for Electrical Systems
26 05 31 – Splitters, Junction, Pull Boxes and Cabinets
26 05 32 – Outlet Boxes, Conduit Boxes and Fittings
26 05 34 – Conduits, Conduit Fastenings and Conduit Fittings
26 05 43.01 – Installation of Cables in Trenches and in Ducts
26 09 23.04 – Lighting Control Devices LED/Fluorescent Dimming
26 12 16.01 – Dry Type Transformers up to 600 V Primary
26 24 16.01 – Panelboard Breaker Type
26 27 26 – Wiring Devices
26 28 13.01 – Fuses – Low Voltage
26 28 16.02 – Molded Case Circuit Breakers
26 28 23 – Disconnect Switches – Fused and Non-Fused
26 29 10 – Motor Starters to 600 V
26 32 13.04 – Diesel Electric Generating Units (Liquid Cooled)
26 36 23 – Automatic Transfer Switches
26 50 00 – Lighting
26 52 01 – Unit Equipment for Emergency Lighting
26 53 00 – Exit Lights
26 82 33.02 – Commercial Convectors
26 82 39.01 – Unit heaters - Electric
DIVISION 28
28 31 02 – Fire Alarm System
APPENDICES
ANNEX A LIGHTING FIXTURE LIST
ANNEX B DISTRIBUTION PANEL SCHEDULE
ELECTRICAL DRAWING LIST:
E000
E001
E100
E101
E200
E300
E301
DRAWING LIST AND LEGEND
SITE PLAN – ELECTRICAL SERVICES AND SINGLELINE
GROUND FLOOR, LIGHTING AND EMERGENCY EXIT
GROUND FLOOR, POWER AND FIRE ALARM
ROOF PLAN
MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS – PART 1
MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS – PART 2
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Common Work Results Electrical
Section 26 05 01
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 General
.1
This Section covers items common to Sections of Division 26
and 28. This section supplements requirements of Division 1.
1.2 Related Sections
.1
Section 01 00 10 - General Instructions.
.2
Section 01 61 00 - Common Product Requirements.
.3
Section 26 05 32 - Outlet Boxes, Conduits Boxes and Fittings.
.1
Except where specified otherwise, do complete installation in
accordance with the following:
.1
CE Code, Part 1 (Canadian Electrical Code), CSA
C22.1-15.
.2
National Building Code, 2010.
.3
CAN 3 - C235-83(R2015), Preferred Voltage Levels
for AC Systems, 0 to 50 000 V.
.2
Do overhead and underground systems in accordance with
CSA C22.3 No.1-15 except where specified otherwise.
.3
Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association of
Canada - (EEMAC).
.1
2Y-1-1958, CEMA Standard for Light Grey Colour for
Indoor Switchgear.
.2
Y1-2-1979, Finishing Systems for Outdoor Electrical
Equipment.
.1
Instruct Engineer and operating personnel in the operation,
care and maintenance of systems, system equipment and
components.
.2
Arrange and pay for services of manufacturer's factory
service engineer to supervise start-up of installation, check,
adjust, balance and calibrate components and instruct
operating personnel.
1.3 Codes and Standards
1.4 Care, Operation and
Start-up
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1.4 Care, Operation and
Start-up
(Cont'd)
.3
Provide these services for such period, and for as many visits
as necessary to put equipment in operation, and ensure that
operating personnel are conversant with all aspects of its
care and operation.
1.5 Voltage Ratings
.1
Operating voltages: to CAN3-C235.
.2
Motors, control and distribution devices and equipment to
operate satisfactorily at 60 Hz within normal operating limits
established by above standard. Equipment to operate in
extreme operating conditions established in above standard
without damage to equipment.
.1
Refer to Section 01 00 10 - General Instructions.
.2
Submit to Electrical Safety Authority and Supply Authority,
necessary number of drawings and specifications for
examination and approval prior to commencement of work.
.3
Pay associated fees.
.4
Engineer will provide drawings and specifications required by
Electrical Safety Authority and Supply Authority at no cost.
.5
Notify Engineer of changes required by Electrical Safety
Authority prior to making changes.
.6
Furnish Certificates of Acceptance from Electrical Safety
Authority on completion of work to Engineer.
.1
Provide materials and equipment in accordance with Section
01 61 00 - Common Product Requirements.
.2
Equipment and material to be CSA certified. Where there is
no alternative to supplying equipment which is not CSA
certified, obtain special approval from Electrical Safety
Authority.
.3
Factory assemble control panels and component assemblies.
1.6 Permits, Fees and
Inspection
1.7 Materials and
Equipment
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1.8 Electric Motors,
Equipment and Controls
1.9 Finishes
1.10 Equipment
Identification
NAMEPLATE SIZES
letters
3 mm high
letters
5 mm high
letters
3 mm high
letters
8 mm high
letters
5 mm high
12 mm high
letters
letters
6 mm high
Common Work Results Electrical
Section 26 05 01
.1
Supplier and installer responsibility is indicated in Motor,
Control and Equipment Schedule on electrical drawings and
related mechanical responsibility is indicated on
Mechanical Equipment Schedule on mechanical drawings.
.2
Control wiring and conduit is specified in Division 26 except
for conduit, wiring and connections below 50 V which are
related to control systems specified in Division 23 and
shown on mechanical drawings.
.1
Shop finish metal enclosure surfaces by application of rust
resistant primer inside and outside, and at least two (2) coats
of finish enamel.
.1
Paint outdoor electrical equipment "equipment green"
finish to EEMAC Y1-1.
.2
Paint indoor switchgear and distribution enclosures
light grey to EEMAC 2Y-1.
.2
Clean and touch up surfaces of shop-painted equipment
scratched or marred during shipment or installation, to match
original paint.
.3
Clean and prime exposed non-galvanized hangers, racks
and fastenings to prevent rusting.
.1
Identify electrical equipment with nameplates and labels as
follows:
.2
Nameplates:
.1
Lamicoid 3 mm thick plastic engraving sheet, black
face, white core, mechanically attached with self tapping
screws.
Size 1
Size 2
Size 3
Size 4
Size 5
Size 6
Size 7
10 x 50 mm
12 x 70 mm
12 x 70 mm
20 x 90 mm
20 x 90 mm
25 x 100 mm
25 x 100 mm
1 line
1 line
2 lines
1 line
2 lines
1 line
2 lines
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1.10 Equipment
Identification
(Cont'd)
1.11 Wiring Identification
Common Work Results Electrical
Section 26 05 01
.3
Labels:
.1
Embossed plastic labels with 6 mm high letters unless
specified otherwise.
.4
Wording on nameplates and labels to be approved by
Engineer prior to manufacture.
.5
Allow for average of twenty-five (25) letters per nameplate
and label.
.6
Identification to be English and French.
.7
Use one (1) nameplate or label for each language.
.8
Indicate receptacles with circuit number and associated
panelboard.
.9
Nameplates for terminal cabinets and junction boxes to
indicate system and/or voltage characteristics.
.10
Disconnects, starters and contactors: indicate equipment
being controlled and voltage.
.11
Terminal cabinets and pull boxes: indicate system and
voltage.
.12
Transformers: indicate capacity, primary and secondary
voltages.
.13
Contractor shall label all equipment with PMMS / CMMS
identification. Provide list for co-ordination of all equipment
and devices final numbering of last two digits of PMMS
identifier. The remaining information will be supplied by the
Engineer.
.1
Identify wiring with permanent indelible identifying markings,
either numbered or coloured plastic tapes, on both ends of
phase conductors of feeders and branch circuit
wiring.
.2
Maintain phase sequence and colour coding throughout.
.3
Colour code: to CSA C22.1.
.4
Use colour coded wires in communication cables, matched
throughout system.
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1.12 Conduit and Cable
Identification
Common Work Results Electrical
Section 26 05 01
.1
Colour code conduits, boxes and metallic sheathed cables.
.2
Code with plastic tape or paint at points where conduit or
cable enters wall, ceiling, or floor, and at 15 m intervals.
.3
Colours: 25 mm wide prime colour and 20 mm wide auxiliary
colour.
Prime
Auxiliary
up to 250 V
Yellow
up to 600 V
Yellow
Green
up to 5 kV
Yellow
Blue
up to 15 kV
Yellow
Red
Telephone
Green
Other
Green
Blue
Communication
Systems
Fire Alarm
Red
Emergency
Red
Blue
Voice
Other
Red
Yellow
Security
Systems
1.13 Wiring Terminations
.1
Lugs, terminals, screws used for termination of wiring to be
suitable for either copper conductors.
1.14 Manufacturers and
CSA Labels
.1
Visible and legible, after equipment is installed.
1.15 Warning Signs
.1
As specified and to meet requirements of Electrical Safety
Authority and Engineer.
.2
Decal signs, minimum size 175 x 250 mm.
.1
Provide single line electrical diagrams in glazed frames as
follows:
.1
Electrical distribution system: locate in main electrical
room.
1.16 Single Line
Electrical Diagrams
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1.16 Single Line
Electrical Diagrams
(Cont'd)
1.17 Location of Outlets
1.18 Mounting Heights
Common Work Results Electrical
Section 26 05 01
.2
Provide fire alarm riser diagram, plan and zoning of building
in glazed frame at fire alarm control panel and annunciator.
.3
Drawings: 600 x 600 mm minimum size.
.1
Locate outlets in accordance with Section 26 05 32 - Outlet
Boxes, Conduits Boxes and Fittings.
.2
Do not install outlets back-to-back in wall; allow minimum 150
mm horizontal clearance between boxes.
.3
Change location of outlets at no extra cost or credit,
providing distance does not exceed 3000 mm, and
information is given before installation.
.4
Locate light switches on latch side of doors. Locate
disconnect devices in mechanical and elevator machine
rooms on latch side of floor. Refer to latest architectural
drawings for final door layouts.
.1
Mounting height of equipment is from finished floor to
centreline of equipment unless specified or indicated
otherwise.
.2
If mounting height of equipment is not specified or indicated,
verify before proceeding with installation.
.3
Install electrical equipment at following heights unless
indicated otherwise.
.1
Local switches: 1200 mm.
.2
Wall receptacles:
.1
General: 400 mm.
.2
Above top of continuous baseboard heater: 200
mm.
.3
Above top of counters or counter splash backs:
175 mm.
.4
In mechanical rooms: 1400 mm.
.3
Panelboards: as required by Code or as indicated.
.4
Telephone and interphone outlets: 400 mm.
.5
Wall mounted telephone and interphone outlets: 1200
mm.
.6
Fire alarm stations: 1200 mm.
.7
Fire alarm bells: 2100 mm.
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1.18 Mounting Heights
(Cont'd)
.3
(Cont'd)
.8
Television outlets: 400 mm.
.9
Wall mounted speakers: 2100 mm.
.10
Clocks: 2100 mm.
.11
Door bell pushbuttons: 1200 mm.
1.19 Load Balance
.1
Measure phase current to panelboards with normal loads
(lighting) operating at time of acceptance. Adjust branch
circuit connections as required to obtain best balance of
current between phases and record changes.
.2
Measure phase voltages at loads and adjust transformer taps
to within 2% of rated voltage of equipment.
.3
Submit, at completion of work, report listing phase and
neutral currents on panelboards, dry-core transformers and
motor control centres, operating under normal load. State
hour and date on which each load was measured, and
voltage at time of test.
.1
Install conduit and sleeves prior to pouring of concrete.
Sleeves through concrete: plastic, sized for free passage of
conduit, and protruding 50 mm.
.2
If plastic sleeves are used in fire rated walls or floors, remove
before conduit installation.
.3
Install cables, conduits and fittings to be embedded or
plastered over, neatly and close to building structure so
furring can be kept to minimum.
.1
All electrical work to be carried out by qualified, licensed
electricians or apprentices as per the conditions of the
Provincial Act respecting manpower vocational training and
qualification. Employees registered in a provincial apprentices
program shall be permitted, under the direct supervision of a
qualified licensed electrician, to perform specific tasks - the
activities permitted shall be determined based on the level of
training attained and the demonstration of ability to perform
specific duties.
1.20 Conduit and Cable
Installation
1.21 Field Quality Control
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1.21 Field Quality Control
(Cont'd)
Common Work Results Electrical
Section 26 05 01
.2
The work of this division to be carried out by a contractor
who holds a valid Master Electrical contractor license as
issued by the Province that the work is being
contructed.
.3
Tests:
.1
Carry out testing and commissioning for electrical
systems and equipment in accordance with relevant
standards such as CSA, ULC, ANSI. Provide detailed test
plan for Engineers review fourteen (14) days before before
testing. Test plan shall include all tests, descriptions,
schedules, test equipment, shutdowns required, test sheets
for all tests.
.2
Division 26 shall pay all associated costs for testing,
studies and commissioning.
.3
Conduct and pay for following tests:
.1
Power generation and distribution system
including phasing, voltage, grounding and load
balancing.
.2
Circuits originating from branch distribution
panels.
.3
Lighting and its control.
.4
Motors, heaters and associated control
equipment including sequenced operation of systems
where applicable.
.5
Systems: fire alarm system, emergency battery
lighting system, telecommunications.
.4
Furnish manufacturer's certificate or letter confirming that
entire installation as it pertains to each system has been
installed to manufacturer's instructions.
.5
Insulation resistance testing.
.1
Megger circuits, feeders and equipment up to 350 V
with a 500 V instrument.
.2
Megger 350-600 V circuits, feeders and equipment
with a 1000 V instrument.
.3
Check resistance to ground before energizing.
.6
Carry out tests in presence of Engineer.
.7
Provide instruments, meters, equipment and personnel
required to conduct tests during and at conclusion of project.
.8
Submit test results for Engineer's review.
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1.22 Co-ordination of
Protective Devices
Common Work Results Electrical
.1
Ensure circuit protective devices such as overcurrent trips,
relays and fuses are installed to required values and settings.
.1
Not Used.
.1
Not Used.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 Not Used
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 Not Used
Section 26 05 01
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Wire and Box Connectors
0-1000 V
Section 26 05 20
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 SECTION
INCLUDES
.1
Materials and installation for wire and box connectors.
1.2 RELATED
SECTIONS
.1
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
1.3 REFERENCES
.1
Canadian Standards Association (CSA International)
.1
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.18-98 (R2003), Outlet Boxes,
Conduit Boxes, Fittings and Associated Hardware.
.2
CSA C22.2 No.65-13, Wire Connectors.
.2
Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association of
Canada (EEMAC)
.1
EEMAC 1Y-2, 1961 Bushing Stud Connectors and
Aluminum Adapters (1200 Ampere Maximum Rating).
.3
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Remove from site and dispose of all packaging materials at
appropriate recycling facilities.
.3
Collect and separate for disposal paper, plastic, polystyrene
and corrugated cardboard packaging material in appropriate
on-site bins for recycling in accordance with Waste
Management Plan.
.4
Divert unused wiring materials from landfill to metal recycling
facility as approved by Engineer.
1.4 WASTE
MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
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0-1000 V
Section 26 05 20
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PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 MATERIALS
.1
Pressure type wire connectors to: CSA C22.2 No.65, with
current carrying parts of copper alloy sized to fit copper
conductors as required.
.2
Fixture type splicing connectors to: CSA C22.2 No.65, with
current carrying parts of copper alloy sized to fit copper
conductors 10 AWG or less.
.3
Bushing stud connectors: to EEMAC 1Y-2 to consist of:
.1
Connector body and stud clamp for stranded round
copper conductors.
.2
Clamp for stranded round copper conductors.
.3
Stud clamp bolts.
.4
Bolts for copper bar.
.5
Sized for conductors as indicated.
.4
Clamps or connectors for armoured cable, flexible conduit, as
required to: CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.18.
.1
Remove insulation carefully from ends of conductors and:
.1
Apply coat of zinc joint compound on aluminum
conductors prior to installation of connectors.
.2
Install mechanical pressure type connectors and
tighten screws with appropriate compression tool
recommended by manufacturer. Installation shall meet
secureness tests in accordance with CSA C22.2 No.65.
.3
Install fixture type connectors and tighten. Replace
insulating cap.
.4
Install bushing stud connectors in accordance with
EEMAC 1Y-2.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 INSTALLATION
END OF SECTION
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Wires and Cables (0-1000
V)
Section 26 05 21
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 Related Sections
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.3
Section 26 05 20 - Wire and Box Connectors - 0 - 1000 V.
.4
Section 26 05 34 - Conduits, Conduit Fastenings and Conduit
Fittings.
1.2 References
.1
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 131-14, Type TECK 90 Cable.
1.3 Product Data
.1
Submit product data in accordance with Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures.
1.4 Waste Management
and Disposal
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal, and with the Waste Reduction
Workplan.
.2
Collect and separate plastic, paper packaging and
corrugated cardboard in accordance with Waste Management
Plan.
.3
Fold up metal banding, flatten and place in designated area
for recycling.
.1
Conductor material (wire in conduit): Annealed commercial
grade, 98% conductivity copper; stranded for 10 AWG and
larger. Minimum size: 12 AWG.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 Building Wires
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Wires and Cables (0-1000
V)
Section 26 05 21
2.1 Building Wires
(Cont'd)
.2
Copper conductors: size as indicated, with 600 V insulation of
chemically cross-linked thermosetting polyethylene material
rated RW90.
2.2 Armoured Cables
.1
Conductors: insulated, copper, size as indicated.
.2
Type: AC90.
.3
Armour: interlocking type fabricated from galvanized steel
strip.
.4
Connectors: as recommended by the manufacturer.
3.1 Installation of
Building Wires
.1
Install wiring as follows:
.1
In conduit systems in accordance with Section 26 05
34 - Conduits, Conduit Fastenings and Conduit Fittings.
.2
In cabletroughs in accordance with Division 26.
3.2 Installation of
Armoured Cables
.1
Group cables wherever possible.
.2
Install cable in trenches in accordance with Division 26.
.3
Terminate cables in accordance with Section 26 05 20 Wire and Box Connectors - 0 - 1000 V.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
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Grounding - Primary
Section 26 05 27
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 Related Sections
1.2 References
1.3 Waste Management
and Disposal
.1
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management and Disposal.
.2
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.1
American National Standards Institute/Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers (ANSI/IEEE).
.1
ANSI/IEEE 837-2014, Qualifying Permanent
Connections Used in Substation Grounding.
.2
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
.1
CSA C22.2 No.0.4-04(R2014), Bonding of Electrical
Equipment.
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal, and with the Waste Reduction
Workplan.
.2
Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic waste in
designated containers.
.3
Ensure emptied containers are sealed and stored safely for
disposal away from children.
.1
Rod electrodes: copper clad steel, 19 mm dia by 3 m long.
.2
Conductors: bare, stranded, tinned soft annealed copper
wire, size No 4/0 AWG for ground bus, electrode
interconnections, metal structures, gradient control mats,
transformers, switchgear, motors, ground connections.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 Materials
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2.1 Materials
(Cont'd)
Grounding - Primary
Section 26 05 27
.3
Conductors: bare, stranded tinned soft annealed copper wire,
size No. 4 AWG for grounding cable sheaths, raceways, pipe
work, screen guards, switchboards, potential
transformers, etc.
.4
Accessories: non-corroding, necessary for complete
grounding system, type, size material as indicated, including:
.1
Grounding and bonding bushings,
.2
Protective type clamps,
.3
Bolted type conductor connectors,
.4
Thermit welded type conductor connectors,
.5
Bonding jumpers, straps,
.6
Pressure wire connectors.
.1
Install continuous grounding system including, electrodes,
conductors, connectors and accessories in accordance with
CSA C22.2 No.0.4 and requirements of local authority
having jurisdiction.
.2
Install connectors in accordance with manufacturer's
instructions.
.3
Protect exposed grounding conductors from mechanical
injury.
.4
Make buried connections, and connections to electrodes,
structural steel work, using permanent mechanical
connectors to ANSI/IEEE 837.
.5
Use mechanical connectors for grounding connections to
equipment provided with lugs.
.6
Use No. 4/0 AWG bare copper cable for main ground bus of
substation for taps on risers from main ground bus to
equipment.
.1
Install ground rod electrodes at transformer and switchgear
locations.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 Grounding
Installation
3.2 Electrode Installation
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3.2 Electrode Installation
(Cont'd)
.2
Make special provision for installing electrodes that will give
acceptable resistance to ground value, where rock or sand
terrain prevails.
3.3 Equipment
Grounding
.1
Install grounding connections as indicated to typical station
equipment including: metallic water main, neutral. Non current
carrying parts of: transformers, generators, motors,
circuit breakers, reclosers, current transformers. Cable
sheaths, raceways, pipe work, screen guards, switchboards,
potential transformers. Meter and relay cases. Any
exposed building metal, within or forming part of station
enclosure.
.2
Ground hinged doors to main frame of electrical equipment
enclosure with flexible jumper.
.1
Perform tests in accordance with Section 26 05 01 Common Work Results - Electrical.
.2
Perform earth loop test and resistance tests using method
appropriate to site conditions and to approval of Engineer and
local authority having jurisdiction.
.3
Perform test before energizing electrical system.
3.4 Field Quality Control
END OF SECTION
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Grounding - Secondary
Section 26 05 28
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED
SECTIONS
.1
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
1.2 REFERENCES
.1
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/Institute of
Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
.1
ANSI/IEEE 837-2014, Qualifying Permanent
Connections Used in Substation Grounding.
1.3 WASTE
MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Remove from site and dispose of all packaging materials at
appropriate recycling facilities.
.3
Collect and separate for disposal paper, plastic, polystyrene
and corrugated cardboard packaging material in appropriate
on-site bins for recycling in accordance with Waste
Management Plan.
.4
Divert unused metal materials from landfill to metal recycling
facility as approved by Engineer.
.5
Fold up metal banding, flatten and place in designated area
for recycling.
.1
Clamps for grounding of conductor: size as indicated to
electrically conductive underground water pipe.
.2
System and Circuit, equipment, grounding conductor, bare
stranded copper, un-tinned, soft annealed, un-armoured, size
4/0 AWG.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 EQUIPMENT
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2.1 EQUIPMENT
(Cont'd)
Grounding - Secondary
Section 26 05 28
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.3
Insulated grounding conductors: green, type RW 90 XLPE.
.4
Ground bus in new electrical room; copper, size 6 mm x 75
mm x 1200 mm with supports, fastenings and connectors.
.5
Non-corroding accessories necessary for grounding system,
type, size, material as indicated, including but not necessarily
limited to:
.1
Grounding and bonding bushings.
.2
Protective type clamps.
.3
Bolted type conductor connectors.
.4
Bonding jumpers, straps.
.5
Pressure wire connectors.
.6
Compression-type bonding and connections.
.1
Install the complete permanent, continuous grounding
system including, electrodes, conductors, connectors,
accessories as indicated to confirm to the requirements of
the Engineer and the local authority having jurisdiction over
installation. Where EMT is used, run separate green ground
wire in conduit.
.2
Install connectors in accordance with manufacturer's
instructions.
.3
Protect exposed grounding conductors from mechanical
injury.
.4
Make buried connections, and connections to conductive
water main, electrodes, using permanent mechanical
connectors or inspectable wrought copper compression
connectors to ANSI/IEEE 837.
.5
Use mechanical connectors for grounding connections to
equipment provided with lugs.
.6
Soldered joints not permitted.
.7
Install bonding wire for flexible conduit, connected at both
ends to grounding bushing, solderless lug, clamp or cup
washer and screw. Neatly cleat bonding wire to exterior of
flexible conduit.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 INSTALLATION
GENERAL
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3.1 INSTALLATION
GENERAL
(Cont'd)
3.2 ELECTRODES
3.3 SYSTEM AND
CIRCUIT GROUNDING
Grounding - Secondary
Section 26 05 28
Page 3
.8
Install flexible ground straps for bus duct enclosure joints,
where such bonding is not inherently provided with
equipment.
.9
Install separate ground conductor to outdoor lighting
standards.
.10
Make grounding connections in radial configuration only, with
connections terminating at street side of water pipe.
Avoid loop connections.
.11
Bond single conductor, metallic armoured cables to cabinet
at supply end, and provide non-metallic entry plate at load
end.
.12
Ground secondary service pedestals.
.1
Make ground connections to continuously conductive
underground water pipe on street side of water meter.
.2
Install water meter shunt.
.3
Install concrete encased electrodes in building foundation
footings, with terminal connected to grounding network.
.4
Install, plate electrodes and make grounding connections.
.5
Bond separate, multiple electrodes together.
.6
Use size 4/0 AWG copper conductors for connections to
electrodes.
.7
Make special provision for installing electrodes that will give
acceptable resistance to ground value where rock or sand
terrain prevails. Ground as indicated.
.1
Install system and circuit grounding connections to neutral of,
secondary 120/208 V system.
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Section 26 05 28
Page 4
3.4 EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING
.1
Install grounding connections to typical equipment included
in, but not necessarily limited to following list. Service
equipment, transformers, switchgear, duct systems, frames
of motors, motor control centres, starters, control panels,
building steel work, distribution panels, outdoor lighting.
3.5 GROUNDING BUS
.1
Install copper grounding bus mounted on insulated supports
on wall of electrical room.
.2
Ground items of electrical equipment in electrical room to
ground bus with individual bare stranded copper connections.
3.6 COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS
.1
Install grounding connections for telephone, sound, fire
alarm, intercommunication systems as follows:
.1
Telephones: make telephone grounding system in
accordance with telephone company's requirements.
.2
Sound, fire alarm, intercommunication systems as
indicated.
3.7 FIELD QUALITY
CONTROL
.1
Perform tests in accordance with Section 26 05 01 Common Work Results - Electrical.
.2
Perform ground continuity and resistance tests using method
appropriate to site conditions and to approval of Engineer and
local authority having jurisdiction over
installation.
.3
Perform tests before energizing electrical system.
END OF SECTION
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Hangers and Supports for
Electrical Systems
Section 26 05 29
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED
SECTIONS
.1
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
1.2 WASTE
MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Remove from site and dispose of all packaging materials at
appropriate recycling facilities.
.3
Collect and separate for disposal paper, plastic, polystyrene
and corrugated cardboard packaging material in appropriate
on-site bins for recycling in accordance with Waste
Management Plan.
.4
Divert unused metal materials from landfill to metal recycling
facility as approved by Engineer.
.5
Fold up metal banding, flatten and place in designated area
for recycling.
.1
Provide galvanized steel support channels.
.2
U shape, size 41 x 41 mm, 2.5 mm thick, surface mounted,
suspended and set in poured concrete walls and ceilings as
indicated.
.1
Provide galvanized steel threaded rod support hangers
throughout.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 SUPPORT
CHANNELS
2.2 Threaded Rod
Hangers
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Hangers and Supports for
Electrical Systems
Section 26 05 29
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 INSTALLATION
.1
Secure equipment to solid masonry, tile and plaster surfaces
with lead anchors.
.2
Secure equipment to poured concrete with expandable
inserts.
.3
Secure equipment to hollow masonry walls or suspended
ceilings with toggle bolts.
.4
Secure surface mounted equipment with twist clip fasteners
to inverted T bar ceilings. Ensure that T bars are adequately
supported to carry weight of equipment specified before
installation.
.5
Support equipment, conduit or cables using clips, spring
loaded bolts, cable clamps designed as accessories to basic
channel members.
.6
Fasten exposed conduit or cables to building construction or
support system using straps.
.1
One-hole steel straps to secure surface conduits and
cables 50 mm and smaller.
.2
Two-hole steel straps for conduits and cables larger
than 50 mm.
.3
Beam clamps to secure conduit to exposed steel work.
.7
Suspended support systems.
.1
Support individual cable or conduit runs with 6 mm dia
threaded rods and spring clips.
.2
Support 2 or more cables or conduits on channels
supported by 6 mm dia threaded rod hangers where direct
fastening to building construction is impractical.
.8
For surface mounting of two or more conduits use channels
at 1500mm on centre spacing.
.9
Provide metal brackets, frames, hangers, clamps and related
types of support structures where indicated or as required to
support conduit and cable runs.
.10
Ensure adequate support for raceways and cables dropped
vertically to equipment where there is no wall support.
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3.1 INSTALLATION
(Cont'd)
Hangers and Supports for
Electrical Systems
Section 26 05 29
.11
Do not use wire lashing or perforated strap to support or
secure raceways or cables.
.12
Do not use supports or equipment installed for other trades
for conduit or cable support except with permission of other
trade and approval of Engineer.
.13
Install fastenings and supports as required for each type of
equipment cables and conduits, and in accordance with
manufacturer's installation recommendations.
END OF SECTION
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Splitters, Junction,
Pull Boxes and Cabinets
Section 26 05 31
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED
SECTIONS
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.3
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
1.2 Shop Drawings and
Product Data
.1
Submit shop drawings and product data for cabinets in
accordance with Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
1.3 Waste Management
and Disposal
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal, and with the Waste Reduction
Workplan.
.2
Collect and separate plastic, paper packaging and
corrugated cardboard in accordance with Waste Management
Plan.
.3
Fold up metal banding, flatten and place in designated area
for recycling.
.1
Sheet metal enclosure, welded corners and formed hinged
cover suitable for locking in closed position.
.2
Main and branch lugs to match required size and number of
incoming and outgoing conductors as indicated.
.3
At least three spare terminals on each set of lugs in splitters
less than 400 A.
.1
Welded steel construction with screw-on flat covers for
surface mounting.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 Splitters
2.2 Junction and Pull
Boxes
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2.2 Junction and Pull
Boxes
(Cont'd)
Splitters, Junction,
Pull Boxes and Cabinets
Section 26 05 31
.2
Covers with 25 mm minimum extension all around, for
flush-mounted pull and junction boxes.
.1
Install splitters and mount plumb, true and square to the
building lines.
.2
Extend splitters full length of equipment arrangement except
where indicated otherwise.
.1
Install pull boxes in inconspicuous but accessible locations.
.2
Install terminal block as indicated in Type T cabinets.
.3
Only main junction and pull boxes are indicated on drawings.
Provide pull boxes so as not to exceed 30 m or three 90°
elbows of conduit run between pull boxes and not more
than two 90° elbows in feeder conduits, unless bends are
long sweep type.
.1
Provide equipment identification in accordance with Section
26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.2
Install size 2 identification labels indicating system name,
voltage and phase in accordance with Section 26 05 01 Common Work Results - Electrical.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 Splitter Installation
3.2 Junction and Pull
Boxes Installation
3.3 Identification
END OF SECTION
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Outlet Boxes, Conduit
Boxes and Fittings
Section 26 05 32
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 Related Sections
.1
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
1.2 References
.1
CSA C22.1-15, Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1 (23rd
Edition), Safety Standard for Electrical Installations.
1.3 Waste Management
and Disposal
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal, and with the Waste Reduction
Workplan.
.2
Collect and separate plastic, paper packaging and corrugated
cardboard in accordance with Waste Management Plan.
.1
Size boxes in accordance with CSA C22.1.
.2
102 mm square or larger outlet boxes as required for special
devices.
.3
Gang boxes where wiring devices are grouped.
.4
Blank cover plates for boxes without wiring devices.
.5
Combination boxes with barriers where outlets for more than
one system are grouped.
.1
Electro-galvanized steel single and multi gang flush device
boxes for flush installation, minimum size 76 x 50 x 38 mm or
as indicated. 102 mm square outlet boxes when more than one
conduit enters one side with extension and plaster rings as
required.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 Outlet and Conduit
Boxes
General
2.2 Sheet Steel Outlet
Boxes
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2.2 Sheet Steel Outlet
Boxes
(Cont'd)
Outlet Boxes, Conduit
Boxes and Fittings
Section 26 05 32
.2
102 mm square or octagonal outlet boxes for lighting fixture
outlets.
.3
102 mm square outlet boxes with extension and plaster rings
for flush mounting devices in finished plaster/tile walls.
2.3 Masonry Boxes
.1
Electro-galvanized steel masonry single and multi gang boxes
for devices flush mounted in exposed block walls.
2.4 Concrete Boxes
.1
Electro-glavanized sheet steel concrete type boxes for flush
mount in concrete with matching extension and plaster rings as
required.
2.5 Floor Boxes
.1
Concrete tight electro-galvanized sheet steel floor boxes with
adjustable finishing rings to suit floor finish with brushed
aluminum faceplate. Device mounting plate to
accommodate short or longer duplex receptacles. Minimum
depth: 28 mm for receptacles; 73 mm for communication
equipment.
.2
Adjustable, watertight, concrete tight, cast floor boxes with
openings drilled and tapped for 12 mm and 19 mm conduit.
Refer to detail on drawings.
2.6 Conduit Boxes
.1
Cast FS or FD feraloy boxes with factory-threaded hubs and
mounting feet for surface wiring of switches and receptacle.
2.7 Fittings - General
.1
Bushing and connectors with nylon insulated throats.
.2
Knock-out fillers to prevent entry of debris.
.3
Conduit outlet bodies for conduit up to 32 mm and pull boxes
for larger conduits.
.4
Double locknuts and insulated bushings on sheet metal boxes.
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Outlet Boxes, Conduit
Boxes and Fittings
Section 26 05 32
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 Installation
.1
Support boxes independently of connecting conduits.
.2
Fill boxes with paper, sponges or foam or similar approved
material to prevent entry of debris during construction. Remove
upon completion of work.
.3
For flush installations mount outlets flush with finished wall
using plaster rings to permit wall finish to come within 6 mm of
opening.
.4
Provide correct size of openings in boxes for conduit, mineral
insulated and armoured cable connections. Reducing washers
are not allowed.
END OF SECTION
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Conduits, Conduit
Fastenings and Conduit
Fittings
Section 26 05 34
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 Related Sections
.1
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
1.2 References
.1
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
.1
CSA C22.2 No. 45-M1981(R2003), Rigid Metal
Conduit.
.2
CSA C22.2 No. 56-13, Flexible Metal Conduit and
Liquid-Tight Flexible Metal Conduit.
.3
CSA C22.2 No. 83-M1985(R2013), Electrical Metallic
Tubing.
.4
CSA C22.2 No. 211.2-06(R2011), Rigid PVC
(Unplasticized) Conduit.
1.3 Waste Management
and Disposal
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal, and with the Waste Reduction
Workplan.
.2
Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic waste in
designated containers.
.3
Ensure emptied containers are sealed and stored safely for
disposal away from children.
.4
Collect and separate plastic, paper packaging and
corrugated cardboard in accordance with Waste Management
Plan.
.1
Rigid metal conduit: to CSA C22.2 No. 45, galvanized steel
threaded.
.2
Epoxy coated conduit: to CSA C22.2 No. 45, with zinc
coating and corrosion resistant epoxy finish inside and
outside.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 Conduits
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2.1 Conduits
(Cont'd)
2.2 Conduit Fastenings
2.3 Conduit Fittings
2.4 Fish Cord
Conduits, Conduit
Fastenings and Conduit
Fittings
Section 26 05 34
.3
Electrical metallic tubing (EMT): to CSA C22.2 No. 83, with
couplings.
.4
Rigid pvc conduit: to CSA C22.2 No. 211.2.
.5
Flexible metal conduit: to CSA C22.2 No. 56, steel liquid-tight
flexible metal.
.1
One hole galvanized steel straps to secure surface conduits
50 mm and smaller. Two hole steel straps for conduits larger
than 50 mm.
.2
Beam clamps to secure conduits to exposed steel work.
.3
Channel type supports for two or more conduits at 1500 mm
oc.
.4
12 mm diameter galvanized Threaded rods to support
suspended channels.
.1
Fittings: manufactured for use with conduit specified. Coating:
same as conduit.
.2
Factory "ells" where 90° bends are required for 25 mm and
larger conduits.
.3
All couplings and connectors at the sprinkler - proof
equipment shall be steel-compression type (binding collar).
For all other applications, steel set screw type couplings
and connectors shall be used.
.1
Polypropylene.
.1
Install conduits to conserve headroom in exposed locations
and cause minimum interference in spaces through which
they pass.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 Installation
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3.1 Installation
(Cont'd)
3.2 Surface Conduits
Conduits, Conduit
Fastenings and Conduit
Fittings
Section 26 05 34
.2
Conceal conduits except in mechanical and electrical service
rooms.
.3
In unfinished areas, run wiring concealed, except as
otherwise specified or indicated on the drawings. Run
exposed conduits neatly, parallel to building lines and
maintain maximum headroom.
.4
Use electrical metallic tubing (EMT) above 2.4 m not subject
to mechanical injury.
.5
Use rigid pvc conduit underground.
.6
Use flexible metal conduit for connection to motors in dry
areas, connection to recessed incandescent fixtures without a
prewired outlet box, connection to surface or recessed
fluorescent fixtures work in movable metal partitions.
.7
Use liquid tight flexible metal conduit for connection to
motors or vibrating equipment in damp, wet or corrosive
locations.
.8
Use explosion proof flexible connection for connection to
explosion proof motors.
.9
Minimum conduit size for lighting and power circuits: 19 mm.
.10
Bend conduit cold. Replace conduit if kinked or flattened
more than 1/10th of its original diameter.
.11
Mechanically bend steel conduit over 19 mm dia.
.12
Field threads on rigid conduit must be of sufficient length to
draw conduits up tight.
.13
Install fish cord in empty conduits.
.14
Remove and replace blocked conduit sections. Do not use
liquids to clean out conduits.
.15
Dry conduits out before installing wire.
.1
Run parallel or perpendicular to building lines.
.2
Locate conduits behind infrared or gas fired heaters with 1.5
m clearance.
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3.2 Surface Conduits
(Cont'd)
3.3 Concealed Conduits
3.4 Conduits in
Cast-in-place
Concrete
3.5 Conduits in
Cast-in-place Slabs
on Grade
Conduits, Conduit
Fastenings and Conduit
Fittings
Section 26 05 34
.3
Run conduits in flanged portion of structural steel.
.4
Group conduits wherever possible on suspended and surface
channels.
.5
Do not pass conduits through structural members except as
indicated.
.6
Do not locate conduits less than 75 mm parallel to steam or
hot water lines with minimum of 25 mm at crossovers.
.1
Run parallel or perpendicular to building lines.
.2
Do not install horizontal runs in masonry walls.
.3
Do not install conduits in terrazzo or concrete toppings.
.1
Locate to suit reinforcing steel. Install in centre one third of
slab.
.2
Protect conduits from damage where they stub out of
concrete.
.3
Install sleeves where conduits pass through slab or wall.
.4
Provide oversized sleeve for conduits passing through
waterproof membrane, before membrane is installed. Use
cold mastic between sleeve and conduit.
.5
Do not place conduits in slabs in which slab thickness is less
than 4 times conduit diameter.
.6
Encase conduits completely in concrete with minimum 25 mm
concrete cover.
.7
Organize conduits in slab to minimize cross-overs.
.1
Run conduits 25 mm and larger below slab and encased in
75 mm concrete envelope. Provide 50 mm of sand over
concrete envelope below floor slab.
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3.6 Conduits
Underground
Conduits, Conduit
Fastenings and Conduit
Fittings
Section 26 05 34
.1
Slope conduits to provide drainage.
.2
Waterproof joints (pvc excepted) with heavy coat of
bituminous paint.
END OF SECTION
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Installation of Cables
in Trenches and in Ducts
Section 26 05 43.01
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED
SECTIONS
1.2 WASTE
MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
.1
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.3
Section 31 23 10 - Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling.
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Remove from site and dispose of all packaging materials at
appropriate recycling facilities.
.3
Collect and separate for disposal paper, plastic, polystyrene,
corrugated cardboard packaging material in appropriate
on-site bins for recycling in accordance with Waste
Management Plan.
.4
Unused sealant material must not be disposed of into sewer
system, into streams, lakes, onto ground or in other location
where it will pose health or environmental hazard.
.5
Divert unused metal and wiring materials from landfill to metal
recycling facility as approved by Engineer.
.6
Do not dispose of preservative treated wood through
incineration.
.7
Do not dispose of preservative treated wood with other
materials destined for recycling or reuse.
.8
Dispose of treated wood, end pieces, wood scraps and
sawdust at sanitary landfill approved by Engineer.
.9
Fold up metal banding, flatten and place in designated area
for recycling.
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Installation of Cables
in Trenches and in Ducts
Section 26 05 43.01
Page 2
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 CABLE
PROTECTION
.1
38 x 140 mm planks pressure treated with water repellent
preservative.
2.2 MARKERS
.1
Concrete type cable markers: 600 x 600 x 100 mm with
words: cable, joint or conduit impressed in top surface, with
arrows to indicate change in direction of cable and duct
runs.
.1
After sand bed specified in Section 31 23 10 - Excavating,
Trenching and Backfilling, is in place, lay cables maintaining
75 mm clearance from each side of trench to nearest cable.
Do not pull cable into trench.
.2
Provide offsets for thermal action and minor earth
movements. Offset cables 150 mm for each 60 m run,
maintaining minimum cable separation and bending radius
requirements.
.3
Underground cable splices not acceptable.
.4
Minimum permitted radius at cable bends for rubber, plastic
or lead covered cables, 8 times diameter of cable; for metallic
armoured cables, 12 times diameter of cables or in
accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
.5
Cable separation:
.1
Maintain 75 mm minimum separation between cables
of different circuits.
.2
Maintain 300 mm horizontal separation between low
and high voltage cables.
.3
When low voltage cables cross high voltage cables
maintain 300 mm vertical separation with low voltage cables
in upper position.
.4
At crossover, maintain 75 mm minimum vertical
separation between low voltage cables and 150 mm between
high voltage cables.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 DIRECT BURIAL OF
CABLES
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3.1 DIRECT BURIAL OF
CABLES
(Cont'd)
3.2 CABLE
INSTALLATION IN
DUCTS
3.3 MARKERS
Installation of Cables
in Trenches and in Ducts
Section 26 05 43.01
Page 3
.5
(Cont'd)
.5
Maintain 300 mm minimum lateral and vertical
separation for fire alarm and control cables when crossing
other cables, with fire alarm and control cables in upper
position.
.6
Install treated planks on lower cables 0.6 m in each
direction at crossings.
.6
After sand protective cover specified in Section 31 23 10 Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling, is in place, install
continuous row of overlapping 38 x 140 mm pressure
treated planks as indicated to cover length of run.
.1
Install cables as indicated in ducts.
.1
Do not pull spliced cables inside ducts.
.2
Install multiple cables in duct simultaneously.
.3
Use CSA approved lubricants of type compatible with cable
jacket to reduce pulling tension.
.4
To facilitate matching of colour coded multiconductor control
cables reel off in same direction during installation.
.5
Before pulling cable into ducts and until cables are properly
terminated, seal ends of lead covered cables with wiping
solder; seal ends of non-leaded cables with moisture seal
tape.
.6
After installation of cables, seal duct ends with duct sealing
compound.
.1
Mark cable every 150 m along cable or duct runs and
changes in direction.
.2
Mark underground splices.
.3
Where markers are removed to permit installation of
additional cables, reinstall existing markers.
.4
Install concrete cable markers within 180 m from each side
of runway centreline; 45 m from each side of taxi way
centreline; 50 m from edge of taxi ramps or aprons.
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Section 26 05 43.01
Page 4
3.3 MARKERS
(Cont'd)
.5
Lay concrete markers flat and centred over cable with top
flush with finish grade.
3.4 FIELD QUALITY
CONTROL
.1
Perform tests in accordance with Section 26 05 01 Common Work Results - Electrical.
.2
Perform tests using qualified personnel. Provide necessary
instruments and equipment.
.3
Check phase rotation and identify each phase conductor of
each feeder.
.4
Check each feeder for continuity, short circuits and grounds.
Ensure resistance to ground of circuits is not less than 50
megohms.
.5
Pre-acceptance tests:
.1
After installing cable but before splicing and
terminating, perform insulation resistance test with 1000 V
megger on each phase conductor.
.2
Check insulation resistance after each splice and/or
termination to ensure that cable system is ready for
acceptance testing.
.6
Acceptance Tests:
.1
Ensure that terminations and accessory equipment are
disconnected.
.2
Ground shields, ground wires, metallic armour and
conductors not under test.
.3
High Potential (Hipot) Testing.
.1
Conduct hipot testing at 300% of original factory
test voltage in accordance with manufacturer's
recommendations.
.7
Provide Engineer with list of test results showing location at
which each test was made, circuit tested and result of each
test.
.8
Remove and replace entire length of cable if cable fails to
meet any of test criteria.
END OF SECTION
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Lighting Control Devices
LED/Fluorescent Dimming
Section 26 09 23.04
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 General
.1
Performance Requirements:
.1
Provide all system components that have been
manufactured, assembled, and installed to maintain
performance criteria stated by manufacturer without defects,
damage, or failure.
1.2 Related Sections
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 91 13 - General Commissioning (Cx)
Requirements.
.3
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.4
Section 02 61 33 - Hazardous Materials.
.5
Section 25 90 01 - EMCS: Site Requirements, Applications
and Systems Sequence of Operation.
.6
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.7
Section 26 50 00 - Lighting.
.1
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
.1
CSA C22.2 No.184.1-15, Solid-State Dimming
Controls (Bi-national standard with UL 1472).
.2
American National Standards Institute - (ANSI).
.1
ANSI C82.11-2011, High Frequency Fluorescent Lamp
Ballasts.
.3
Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
.1
Submit product data in accordance with Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures.
.2
Submit WHMIS MSDS - Material Safety Data Sheets in
accordance with Section 02 61 33 - Hazardous Materials.
1.3 References
1.4 Product Data
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1.4 Product Data
(Cont'd)
Lighting Control Devices
LED/Fluorescent Dimming
Section 26 09 23.04
Page 2
.3
Submit product data sheets for fluorescent lighting control
equipment. Include product characteristics, performance
criteria, physical size, limitations and finish.
.4
Submit complete list of all parts needed to fully install
selected System components.
.1
Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01 33 00
- Submittal Procedures.
.2
Indicate shielded wiring requirements.
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic waste in
designated containers.
.3
Ensure emptied containers are sealed and stored safely for
disposal away from children.
.4
Collect and separate plastic, paper packaging and
corrugated cardboard in accordance with Waste Management
Plan.
.5
Fold up metal banding, flatten and place in designated area
for recycling.
2.1 General
.1
Lighting control manufacturer to provide interface to EMCS
through Lanworks or BACnet protocol. EMCS will have the
ability to schedule the lights via the open protocol.
Refer to Section 25 90 01 - EMCS: Site Requirements,
Applications and Systems Sequence of Operation.
2.2 Product Data
.1
Lighting Control System:
1.5 Shop Drawings
1.6 Waste Management
and Disposal
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2.2 Product Data
(Cont'd)
Lighting Control Devices
LED/Fluorescent Dimming
Section 26 09 23.04
Page 3
.1
(Cont'd)
.1
The system shall provide central energy control for the
lighting administrator to perform energy management,
configuration maintenance, monitoring operations, and
providing support to building occupants.
.2
Central Control:
.1
Energy Control Software interface shall provide
current status and enable configuration of all system zones
including selected individual fixture availability, current light
level, maximum light level, on/off status, occupancy status,
emergency mode status.
.3
Reports:
.1
Energy performance reports shall be printable in a
printer friendly format and downloadable for use in
spreadsheet applications, etc.
.4
Daylight Harvesting (Light Regulation Averaging):
.1
In a photo sensor-equipped system, the Energy
Control Unit shall rationalize changes to light levels when
ambient (natural) light is available and shall maintain a steady
light level when subjected to fluctuating ambient conditions.
System shall utilize light level inputs from common and/or
remote sensor locations to minimize the number of photo
sensors required. The system shall operate with multiple
users in harmony and not react adversely to manual
override inputs. Daylight harvesting shall not impede
lighting control and the ability to adjust light levels on a per
fixture basis.
.5
Time Clock Scheduling:
.1
The system shall be programmable for scheduling
lights on or off via the Energy Control Software interface.
.1
Override: Manual adjustments and occupancy
sensor detection shall temporarily override off status
imposed by time clock schedule.
.2
Response to Power Failure: In the event of a
power failure, the time clock shall execute schedules
that would still be in progress had they begun during
the power outage.
.3
Flick Warning: Five minutes prior to a
scheduled lights-off event or expiry of a temporary
override, the system shall provide two short light level
drops as a warning to the affected occupants.
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LED/Fluorescent Dimming
Section 26 09 23.04
Page 4
2.2 Product Data
(Cont'd)
.5
(Cont'd)
.1
(Cont'd)
.4
Emergency Mode: There shall be a mode,when
activated through the system, that will immediately
adjust lights to full light output and retain that level
until the mode is deactivated. This setting shall
override all other inputs. The system shall interface
with the building emergency monitoring system at a
convenient point and not require multiple connections.
.5
Addressing: I/O Modules shall be centrally
addressable, on a per fixture basis, through the Energy
Control Software. To simplify installation and
maintenance, the system shall not require manual
recording of addresses for commissioning or
reconfiguration.
.6
Programmable Task Tuning: Maximum light
level programmability shall be available by individual
fixture.
.7
Unoccupied State: The system shall provide two
states when occupancy status is vacant as per an
occupancy sensor: lights turn off or lights adjust to
configurable light level.
.8
Occupied State: The system shall not isolate
occupants by turning off lights that are still required for
convenience and safety, such as a hallway path to exit
the premises.
.9
Low-Voltage Wiring: Wiring shall be topology
independent and not require splicing or termination.
Prefabricated, quick connecting wiring shall be
utilized. The maximum connected length of wiring shall
be no less than 425 metres per channel.
.10
Lamp Burn In: The system shall not permit
dimming of new lamps prior to completion of
manufacturer recommended 100 hour accumulated
operation at full brightness.
.11
Reconfigurability: The assignment of individual
fixtures to zones shall be centrally configurable by
Energy Control Software such that physical rewiring
will not be necessary when workspace reconfiguration
is performed. Removal of covers, faceplates, ceiling
tiles, etc. shall not be required.
2.3 I/O MODULE
.1
I/O Module shall be the common interface to a ballast or
sensor.
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2.3 I/O MODULE
(Cont'd)
2.4 Wall Controllers
2.5 Photo Sensor
Lighting Control Devices
LED/Fluorescent Dimming
Section 26 09 23.04
Page 5
.2
Addressing: I/O Module shall be individually addressable via
Energy Control Software.
.3
Voltage Compatability: Universal voltage control capability to
208 VAC maximum.
.4
Primary Relay Rating: 1.2A/120V.
.5
Ballast Compatability: Suitable for use with electronic
dimming ballasts using a 0 to 10 VDC dimming signal.
.6
Power: Shall supply 12 VDC @ 25 mA power to attached
sensor.
.7
Control Signal: Shall supply 0 to 10 VDC dimming signal to
attached ballast or receive control signals from attached
sensor.
.8
Memory: Retains all system settings in non-volatile memory.
.1
Addressing: All controllers shall be individually addressable
via Energy Control Software.
.2
Ratings: Shall be low voltage input.
.3
Operations: Localized on/off switching, dimming up/down,
and programmable scene selection for dimming loads shall
be provided, as required.
.4
LED's: All controllers shall feature LED's to indicate light on
and light off status, as required.
.1
Operating Temperature Range: 0°C to 55°C.
.2
Relative Humidity: 20% to 90% non-condensing.
.3
Style: All controllers shall feature Decorator styling.
.4
Colour: All controllers shall be available with an
optional colour insert kit for changing colour without
reinstalling switch.
.5
Accessories: Matching wall plate shall be available.
.1
A sensor that measures ambient light in a finite area shall be
available.
.2
Specifications:
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2.5 Photo Sensor
(Cont'd)
2.6 Occupancy Sensors
2.7 Ballasts
Lighting Control Devices
LED/Fluorescent Dimming
Section 26 09 23.04
Page 6
.2
(Cont'd)
.1
The sensor shall measure light from any source in the
visible spectrum within at least a 60° cone. It shall measure
light between 0 and minimum 750 lux.
.3
Electrical Ratings:
.1
Maximum 24VDC input voltage.
.4
Mechanical:
.1
Mounting: The sensor shall be flush mounted on or
recessed inside ceiling tile.
.5
Environmental Specifications:
.1
Operating temperature range: 0°C to 55°C.
.2
Relative humidity: 20% to 90% non-condensing.
.1
Sensors using passive infrared, ultrasonic, acoustic, and
multi-technology adaptive technology shall be available.
.2
Sensor timeouts shall be configurable by system software.
.3
Electrical:
.1
Rating: Maximum 24 VDC input voltage, 25 mA current
draw.
.4
Mechanical:
.1
Mounting: Sensors for mounting on ceilings and walls,
including corners, must be available to suit the view angle to
cover the required field of view.
.5
Environmental:
.1
Operating temperature range: Operating temperature
range: 0°C to 55°C.
.2
Relative humidity: 20% to 90% non-condensing.
.1
Source Limitations: All dimming ballasts, per particular lamp
and fixture type, must be manufactured by the same
company in order to assure consistent dimming.
.2
Manufacturer Requirements: Manufacturer must have a
demonstrated history of designing and manufacturing
dimming electronic ballasts.
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2.7 Ballasts
(Cont'd)
Lighting Control Devices
LED/Fluorescent Dimming
Section 26 09 23.04
Page 7
.3
Ballast must be manufactured in a facility certified to ISO
Quality System Standards.
.4
Code Requirements:
.1
Ballast shall meet ANSI C82.11 limits for Total
Harmonic Distortion.
.2
Ballast shall meet FCC Part 18 non-consumer
standards for electrical equipment (Class A).
.3
Ballast shall meet Category A standards for Transient
Voltage protection.
.4
Ballast shall meet CSA Approved.
.5
Ballast shall be UL Class P and Type 1 Outdoor.
.6
Ballast shall meet all Canadian provincial and federal
efficacy laws.
.7
To CSA C22.2 No.184.1.
.5
Electrical Requirements:
.1
Ballast THD shall be less than 10% for the main lamp
design (as indicated on the datasheet).
.2
Lamp Current Crest Factor shall not exceed 1.7 for the
main lamp design.
.3
Ballast Power Factor must be greater than 98% for the
main lamp design.
.4
Ballast must operate between ±10% of rated input
voltage, 60Hz.
.6
Mechanical Requirements:
.1
Ballast shall be able to dim a fluorescent lamp from
100-10% of nominal light output.
.2
Ballast shall be able to start the lamp at any level
without having to start at the high level first.
.3
Ballast input power (ANSI watts) shall be able to be
reduced to less than 30% of nominal.
.4
Ballast shall be controlled via a 0 to 10V signal
transmitted over Class 1 or Class 2 low voltage leads.
.7
Lighting Performance Requirements:
.1
Ballast must have a ballast factor of 0.85 to 0.96 for a
normal light output design.
.2
Ballast must have a maximum input wattage (ANSI)
as indicated on the data sheet.
.3
Ballast must have a ballast efficacy factor of at least
what is indicated on the data sheet.
.4
Ballast must be able to start and operate the specified
lamps at an average temperature of 60° F.
.5
Ballast must be sound rated A.
.6
Ballast must be designed and UL listed to operate the
number and type of lamps as indicated on the data sheet.
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2.7 Ballasts
(Cont'd)
Lighting Control Devices
LED/Fluorescent Dimming
Section 26 09 23.04
Page 8
.7
(Cont'd)
.7
Refer to Section 26 50 00 - Lighting.
.1
The Electrical Contractor, as part of the work of this section,
shall coordinate, receive, mount, connect, and place into
operation all equipment. The Electrical Contractor shall
furnish all conduit, wire, connectors, hardware, and other
incidental items necessary for properly functioning lighting
control as described herein and shown on the plans. The
Electrical Contractor shall maintain performance criteria
stated by manufacturer without defects, damage, or failure.
.2
Compliance: Contractor shall comply with manufacturer's
product data, including shop drawings, technical bulletins,
product catalog installation instructions, and product carton
instructions for installation.
.3
Power: The contractor shall test that all branch load circuits
are operational before connecting loads to sensor system
load terminals, and then de-energize all circuits
before installation.
.4
Related Product Installation: Refer to other sections listed in
Related Sections for related products' installation.
.5
Install Input / Output (I/O) Modules at each ballast, occupancy
sensors, photo sensors, power pack / modules, switches and
zone controllers and provide network wiring between
each devices as required to the main control unit.
.6
Install wiring, shielding, grounding in accordance with
manufacturer's instructions.
.7
Ensure shielded leads between intensity selector
potentiometer and intensity controls have outer insulating
jackets and are connected to ground at one point only.
.8
Keep radio, VCR, TV and intercom wiring a minimum of 1.8
m away from dimming circuitry. Where crossing of wiring is
essential, ensure that grounded shields surround such
intercom wiring, and that crossings take place at 90°.
.9
Locate intensity controls and "on-off" switches as indicated.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 Installation
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3.1 Installation
(Cont'd)
Lighting Control Devices
LED/Fluorescent Dimming
Section 26 09 23.04
Page 9
.10
Ensure positive, low resistance lamp to pin contact within
lampholder.
.11
Season lamps by operating at full intensity for 100 h prior to
final inspection. Operate ballasts in ambient temperature
above 18°C.
.12
Ensure connections are correctly made and to same phase
before energizing.
.1
Upon completion of all line, load and interconnection wiring,
and after all fixtures are installed and lamped, a qualified
factory representative shall completely configure and
test the system.
.2
At the time of checkout and testing, the Engineer shall be
thoroughly instructed in the proper operation of the system.
3.3 Protection
.1
Contractor shall protect installed product and finished
surfaces from damage during all phases of installation
including preparation, testing, and cleanup.
3.4 Field Quality Control
.1
Perform tests in accordance with Section 26 05 01 Common Work Results - Electrical.
.2
Demonstrate that dimming systems are installed as indicated.
.3
Demonstrate that dimming systems operate as intended and
that there are no problems in starting lamps, nor in keeping
them lit, and free of perceptible flicker at any setting of
dimming intensity control.
.4
Demonstrate that no radio, VCR or TV interference is carried
by system and that there is no interference between dimming
system and locally used infrared-based remote/integral
controls.
.1
Refer to Section 01 91 13 - General Commissioning (Cx)
Requirements.
3.2 Testing
3.5 Commissioning
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3.5 Commissioning
(Cont'd)
Lighting Control Devices
LED/Fluorescent Dimming
.2
Section 26 09 23.04
Page 10
Commissioning shall be performed by at least one
representative of supplier for this section and one
representative from installation contractor.
END OF SECTION
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Dry Type Transformers up
to 600 V Primary
Section 26 12 16.01
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 REFERENCES
1.2 ACTION AND
INFORMATIONAL
SUBMITTALS
1.3 CLOSEOUT
SUBMITTALS
1.4 DELIVERY,
STORAGE AND
HANDLING
.1
CSA International:
.1
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.47-13, Air-Cooled Transformers
(Dry Type).
.2
CSA C9-[02(R2016)], Dry-Type Transformers.
.3
CAN/CSA-C802.2-[12], Minimum Efficiency Values for
Dry Type Transformers.
.2
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
.1
Submit in accordance with Section [01 33 00 - Submittal
Procedures].
.2
Product Data:
.1
Submit manufacturer's instructions, printed product
literature and data sheets for [dry type transformers] and
include product characteristics, performance criteria, physical
size, finish and limitations.
.1
Submit in accordance with Section [01 78 00 - Closeout
Submittals].
.2
Operation and Maintenance Data: submit operation and
maintenance data for [dry type transformers] for incorporation
into manual.
.1
Deliver, store and handle materials in accordance with
Section [01 61 00 - Common Product Requirements].
.2
Delivery and Acceptance Requirements: deliver materials to
site in original factory packaging, labelled with manufacturer's
name and address.
.3
Storage and Handling Requirements:
.1
Store materials [off ground] [indoors] [in dry location]
and in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations in
clean, dry, well-ventilated area.
.2
Store and protect [dry type transformers] from [nicks,
scratches, and blemishes].
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1.4 DELIVERY,
STORAGE AND
HANDLING
(Cont'd)
Dry Type Transformers up
to 600 V Primary
Section 26 12 16.01
Page 2
.3
(Cont'd)
.3
Replace defective or damaged materials with new.
2.1 DESIGN
DESCRIPTION
.1
Design [1].
.1
Type: [ANN].
.2
[3] phase, kVA as indicated, [347/600] V input,
[120/208] V output, 60 Hz.
.3
Voltage taps: [standard].
.4
Insulation: Class [H], [150] degrees C temperature rise.
.5
Basic Impulse Level (BIL): [standard].
.6
Hipot: [standard].
.7
Average sound level: [5%]
.8
Impedance at 17 degrees C: [standard]
.9
Enclosure: [CSA], removable metal front panel.
.10
Mounting: [floor] / [wall].
.11
Finish: [in accordance with Section 26 05 00 Common Work Results for Electrical].
2.2 EQUIPMENT
IDENTIFICATION
.1
Provide equipment identification in accordance with Section
[26 05 00 - Common Work Results for Electrical].
.2
Label size: 7.
.1
Mount dry type transformers above 45 kVA on floor.
.2
Ensure adequate clearance around transformer for
ventilation.
.3
Install transformers in level upright position.
.4
Remove shipping supports only after transformer is installed
and just before putting into service.
.5
Loosen isolation pad bolts until no compression is visible.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 INSTALLATION
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3.1 INSTALLATION
(Cont'd)
3.2 CLEANING
3.3 PROTECTION
Dry Type Transformers up
to 600 V Primary
Section 26 12 16.01
Page 3
.6
Make primary and secondary connections in accordance with
wiring diagram.
.7
Energize transformers after installation is complete.
.8
Make conduit entry into bottom 1/3 of transformer enclosure.
.1
Progress Cleaning: clean in accordance with Section
[01 74 11 - Cleaning].
.1
Leave Work area clean at end of each day.
.2
Final Cleaning: upon completion remove surplus materials,
rubbish, tools and equipment in accordance with Section
[01 74 11 - Cleaning].
.1
Protect installed products and components from damage
during construction.
.2
Repair damage to adjacent materials caused by dry type
transformers installation.
END OF SECTION
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Panelboard
Breaker Type
Section 26 24 16.01
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED
SECTIONS
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.3
Section 01 91 13 - General Commissioning (Cx)
Requirements.
.4
Section 06 10 10 - Rough Carpentry.
.5
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.6
Section 26 28 21 - Moulded Case Circuit Breakers.
1.2 REFERENCES
.1
Canadian Standards Association (CSA International)
.1
CSA C22.2 No.29-2015), Panelboards and enclosed
Panelboards.
1.3 SHOP DRAWINGS
.1
Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01 33 00
- Submittal Procedures.
.2
Drawings to include electrical detail of panel, branch breaker
type, quantity, ampacity and enclosure dimension.
.1
Install circuit breakers in panelboards before shipment.
.2
In addition to CSA requirements, manufacture's name plate
shall identify fault current that panel and breakers have been
built to withstand.
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Remove from site and dispose of packaging materials at
appropriate recycling facilities.
1.4 Plant Assembly
1.5 WASTE
MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
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1.5 WASTE
MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
(Cont'd)
Panelboard
Breaker Type
Section 26 24 16.01
Page 2
.3
Collect and separate for disposal paper, plastic, polystyrene
and corrugated cardboard packaging material in appropriate
on-site bins for recycling in accordance with Waste
Management Plan.
.4
Divert unused metal and wiring materials from landfill to
metal recycling facility approved by Engineer.
.1
Panelboards: to CSA C22.2 No.29 and product of one
manufacturer.
.1
Install circuit breakers in panelboards before shipment.
.2
In addition to CSA requirements manufacturer's
nameplate must show fault current that panel including
breakers has been built to withstand.
.2
600 volts panelboards: bus and breakers rated for
(symmetrical) interrupting capacity as indicated.
.3
Sequence phase bussing with odd numbered breakers on
left and even on right, with each breaker identified by
permanent number identification as to circuit number and
phase.
.4
Panelboards: mains, number of circuits, and number and size
of branch circuit breakers as indicated.
.5
Two keys for each panelboard and key panelboards alike.
.6
Copper bus with neutral of same ampere rating as mains.
.7
Mains: suitable for bolt-on breakers.
.8
Trim with concealed front bolts and hinges.
.9
Trim and door finish: baked grey enamel.
.1
Breakers: to Section 26 28 21 - Moulded Case Circuit
Breakers.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 PANELBOARDS
2.2 BREAKERS
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2.2 BREAKERS
(Cont'd)
Panelboard
Breaker Type
Section 26 24 16.01
Page 3
.2
Breakers with thermal and magnetic tripping in panelboards
except as indicated otherwise.
.3
Main breaker: separately mounted on top or bottom of panel
to suit cable entry. When mounted vertically, down position
should open breaker.
.4
Lock-on devices for, fire alarm, emergency, door supervisory,
intercom, stairway, exit and night light circuits.
.1
Provide equipment identification in accordance with Section
26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.2
Nameplate for each panelboard size 4 engraved as indicated.
.3
Nameplate for each circuit in distribution panelboards size 2
engraved as indicated.
.4
Complete circuit directory with typewritten legend showing
location and load of each circuit.
2.4 Material
.1
Panelboard to be the product of one manufacturer.
2.5 Panel Schedule
.1
Refer to Annex B for panel schedules.
.1
Locate panelboards as indicated and mount securely, plumb,
true and square, to adjoining surfaces.
.2
Install surface mounted mounted panelboards on plywood
backboards in accordance with Section 06 10 10 - Rough
Carpentry. Where practical, group panelboards on common
backboard.
.3
Mount panelboards to height specified in Section 26 05 01 Common Work Results - Electrical or as indicated.
.4
Connect loads to circuits.
2.3 EQUIPMENT
IDENTIFICATION
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 INSTALLATION
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3.1 INSTALLATION
(Cont'd)
3.2 Commissioning
Panelboard
Breaker Type
Section 26 24 16.01
Page 4
.5
Connect neutral conductors to common neutral bus with
respective neutral identified.
.6
All panelboard shall be tested and commissioning forms
completed for each panel.
.1
Refer to Section 01 91 13 - General Commissioning (Cx)
Requirements.
.2
Commissioning shall be performed by at least one
representative of supplier for this section and one
representative of installion contractor.
END OF SECTION
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Wiring Devices
Section 26 27 26
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED
SECTIONS
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.3
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
1.2 REFERENCES
.1
Canadian Standards Association (CSA International)
.1
CSA-C22.2 No.42-10(R2015), General Use
Receptacles, Attachment Plugs and Similar Wiring Devices.
.2
CSA-C22.2 No.42.1-13, Cover Plates for
Flush-Mounted Wiring Devices (Bi-national standard, with UL
514D).
.3
CSA-C22.2 No.55-15, Special Use Switches.
.4
CSA-C22.2 No.111-10 (R2015), General-Use Snap
Switches (Bi-national standard, with UL 20).
1.3 SHOP DRAWINGS
AND PRODUCT DATA
.1
Submit shop drawings and product data in accordance with
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
1.4 WASTE
MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Remove from site and dispose of all packaging materials at
appropriate recycling facilities.
.3
Collect and separate for disposal paper, plastic, polystyrene
and corrugated cardboard packaging material in appropriate
on-site bins for recycling in accordance with Waste
Management Plan.
.4
Divert unused metal and wiring materials from landfill to metal
recycling facility as approved by Engineer.
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Wiring Devices
Section 26 27 26
Page 2
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 SWITCHES
2.2 RECEPTACLES
2.3 COVER PLATES
.1
20 A, 120 V, single pole, double pole, three-way, four-way
switches to: CSA-C22.2 No.55 and CSA-C22.2 No.111.
.2
Manually-operated general purpose ac switches with
following features:
.1
Terminal holes approved for No. 12 AWG wire.
.2
Silver alloy contacts.
.3
Urea or melamine moulding for parts subject to carbon
tracking.
.4
Suitable for back and side wiring.
.5
Ivory toggle switch complete with stainless steel cover
plate.
.6
Specification grade.
.3
Toggle operated fully rated for tungsten filament and
fluorescent lamps, and up to 80% of rated capacity of motor
loads.
.4
Switches of one manufacturer throughout project.
.1
Duplex receptacles, CSA type 5-15 R, 125 V, 15 A, U
ground, to: CSA-C22.2 No.42 with following features:
.1
Ivory urea moulded housing.
.2
Suitable for No. 12 AWG for back and side wiring.
.3
Break-off links for use as split receptacles.
.4
Eight back wired entrances, four side wiring screws.
.5
Triple wipe contacts and rivetted grounding contacts.
.6
Specification grade.
.2
Single receptacles CSA type 5-15 R, 125 V, 15 A, U ground
with following features:
.1
Ivory urea moulded housing.
.2
Suitable for No. 12 AWG for back and side wiring.
.3
Four back wired entrances, 2 side wiring screws.
.3
Other receptacles with ampacity and voltage as indicated.
.4
Receptacles of one manufacturer throughout project.
.1
Cover plates for wiring devices to: CSA-C22.2 No.42.1.
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2.3 COVER PLATES
(Cont'd)
Wiring Devices
Section 26 27 26
Page 3
.2
Cover plates from one manufacturer throughout project.
.3
Sheet steel utility box cover for wiring devices installed in
surface-mounted utility boxes.
.4
Stainless steel, 1 mm thick cover plates for wiring devices
mounted in flush-mounted outlet box.
.5
cast cover plates for wiring devices mounted in
surface-mounted FS or FD type conduit boxes.
.6
Weatherproof double lift spring-loaded cast aluminum cover
plates, complete with gaskets for duplex receptacles as
indicated.
.7
Weatherproof spring-loaded cast aluminum cover plates
complete with gaskets for single receptacles or switches.
.1
Switches:
.1
Install single throw switches with handle in "UP"
position when switch closed.
.2
Install switches in gang type outlet box when more
than one switch is required in one location.
.3
Mount toggle switches at height in accordance with
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.2
Receptacles:
.1
Install receptacles in gang type outlet box when more
than one receptacle is required in one location.
.2
Mount receptacles at height in accordance with
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.3
Where split receptacle has one portion switched,
mount vertically and switch upper portion.
.3
Cover plates:
.1
Protect stainless steel cover plate finish with paper or
plastic film until painting and other work is finished.
.2
Install suitable common cover plates where wiring
devices are grouped.
.3
Do not use cover plates meant for flush outlet boxes
on surface-mounted boxes.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 INSTALLATION
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Fuses - Low Voltage
Section 26 28 13.01
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 Related Sections
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management and Disposal.
.3
Section 01 78 00 - Closeout Submittals.
.4
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
1.2 References
.1
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
.1
CSA C22.2 No.248.12-11 (R2016), Low Voltage Fuses
Part 12: Class R Fuses (Bi-National Standard with, UL 248-12
(1st Edition).
1.3 Shop Drawings and
Product Data
.1
Submit shop drawings and product data in accordance with
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
1.4 Waste Management
and Disposal
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal, and with the Waste Reduction
Workplan.
.1
Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic waste in
designated containers.
.2
Ensure emptied containers are sealed and stored
safely for disposal away from children.
.3
Collect and separate plastic, paper packaging and
corrugated cardboard in accordance with Waste Management
Plan.
1.5 Delivery and Storage
.1
Ship fuses in original containers.
.2
Do not ship fuses installed in switchboard.
.3
Store fuses in original containers in moisture free location.
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PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 Fuses General
.1
Fuse type references J1, etc. have been adopted for use in
this specification.
.2
Fuses: product of one manufacturer for entire project.
.3
Plug and standard cartridge fuses based on CSA C22
No.248.
2.2 Fuse Types
.1
Class J fuses (formerly HRCI- J).
.1
Type J1, time delay, capable of carrying 500% of its
rated current for 10 s minimum.
2.3 Fuse Storage
Cabinet
.1
Fuse storage cabinet, manufactured from 2.0 mm thick
aluminum 750 mm high, 600 mm wide, 300 mm deep,
hinged, lockable front access door finished in accordance
with Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.1
Install fuses in mounting devices immediately before
energizing circuit.
.2
Ensure correct fuses fitted to assigned electrical circuit.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 Installation
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Moulded Case Circuit
Breakers
Section 26 28 16.02
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED
SECTIONS
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management and Disposal.
1.2 REFERENCES
.1
Canadian Standards Association (CSA International).
.1
CSA-C22.2 No. 5-13, Moulded-Case Circuit Breakers,
Molded-Case Switches and Circuit-Breaker Enclosures
(Tri-national standard with UL 489, tenth edition, and the
second edition of NMX-J-266-ANCE-2013).
1.3 SUBMITTALS
.1
Submit product data in accordance with Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures.
1.4 WASTE
MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
.1
Separate waste materials for reuse and recycling in
accordance with Section 01 74 19 Construction/Demolition
Waste Management and Disposal.
.2
Collect and separate for disposal paper, plastic, polystyrene
and corrugated cardboard packaging material in appropriate
on-site bins for recycling in accordance with Waste
Management Plan.
.3
Separate for reuse and recycling and place in designated
containers Steel, Metal and Plastic waste in accordance with
Waste Management Plan.
.1
Moulded-case circuit breakers, and Ground-fault
circuit-interrupters: to CSA C22.2 No. 5.
.2
Bolt-on moulded case circuit breaker: quick- make,
quick-break type, for manual and automatic operation with
temperature compensation for 40 degrees C ambient.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 BREAKERS
GENERAL
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GENERAL
(Cont'd)
Moulded Case Circuit
Breakers
Section 26 28 16.02
Page 2
.3
Common-trip breakers: with single handle for multi-pole
applications.
.4
Magnetic instantaneous trip elements in circuit breakers to
operate only when value of current reaches setting.
.1
Trip settings on breakers with adjustable trips to range
from 3-8 times current rating.
.5
Circuit breakers minimum symmetrical rms interrupting
capacity rating shall be 10kA at 120/208V and 18kV at
347/600V. Confirm the rating with value in coordination study.
2.2 THERMAL
MAGNETIC BREAKERS
DESIGN 'A'
.1
Moulded case circuit breaker to operate automatically by
means of thermal and magnetic tripping devices to provide
inverse time current tripping and instantaneous tripping
for short circuit protection.
2.3 MAGNETIC
BREAKERS DESIGN
'B'
.1
Moulded case circuit breaker to operate automatically by
means of magnetic tripping devices to provide instantaneous
tripping for short circuit protection.
.2
Series rated breakers to be manufacturer tested and listed.
Breakers to be applied following manufacturer's guidelines
and accepted best practice.
.1
Breakers applied following manufacturer's guidelines
and accepted best practice.
.1
Install circuit breakers as indicated.
.2
Complete full operational test on all installed breakers.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 INSTALLATION
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Section 26 28 23
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED
SECTIONS
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 35 30 - Health and Safety Requirements.
.3
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management and Disposal.
.4
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.5
Section 26 28 14 - Fuses - Low Voltage.
1.2 REFERENCES
.1
Canadian Standards Association (CSA International).
.1
CAN/CSA C22.2 No.4-16, Enclosed and dead-front
Switches. (Tri-National standard, with
NMX-J-162-ANCE-2016 and UL 98)
.2
CSA C22.2 No.39-M89 (R2003), Fuseholder
Assemblies.
1.3 SUBMITTALS
.1
Submit product data in accordance with Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures.
1.4 HEALTH AND
SAFETY
.1
Do construction occupational health and safety in
accordance with Section 01 35 30 - Health and Safety
Requirements.
1.5 WASTE
MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
.1
Separate waste materials for reuse and recycling in
accordance with Section 01 74 19
Construction/Demolition Waste Management and
Disposal.
.2
Remove from site and dispose of packaging materials at
appropriate recycling facilities.
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MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
(Cont'd)
Disconnect Switches Fused and Non-Fused
Section 26 28 23
Page 2
.3
Collect and separate for disposal paper, plastic, polystyrene
and corrugated cardboard packaging material in appropriate
on-site bins for recycling in accordance with Waste
Management Plan.
.4
Separate for reuse and recycling and place in designated
containers Steel, Metal and Plastic waste in accordance with
Waste Management Plan.
.5
Fold up metal banding, flatten and place in designated area
for recycling.
.1
Fusible and/or non-fusible, disconnect switch in sprinkler
proof Enclosure, to CAN/CSA C22.2 No.4 size as indicated.
.2
Provision for padlocking in on-off switch position by three
locks.
.3
Mechanically interlocked door to prevent opening when
handle in ON position.
.4
Fuses: size as indicated, in accordance with Section
26 28 14 - Fuses - Low Voltage.
.5
Fuseholders: to CSA C22.2 No.39 relocatable and suitable
without adaptors, for type and size of fuse indicated.
.6
Quick-make, quick-break action.
.7
ON-OFF switch position indication on switch enclosure cover.
.8
Finish ASA-61.
.1
Provide equipment identification in accordance with Section
26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.2
Indicate name of load controlled on size 4 nameplate.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 DISCONNECT
SWITCHES
2.2 EQUIPMENT
IDENTIFICATION
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3.1 INSTALLATION
.1
Install disconnect switches complete with fuses if applicable.
.2
Mount on steel channel.
.3
Where practical, group disconnects in a common location.
.4
All disconnect switches shall be tested.
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Section 26 29 10
page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 Related Sections
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 78 00 - Closeout Submittals.
.3
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management and Disposal.
.4
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
1.2 References
.1
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
.1
IEC 947-4-1-1990, Part 4: Contactors and
Motor-starters.
1.3 Shop Drawings and
Product Data
.1
Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01 33 00
- Submittal Procedures.
.2
Indicate:
.1
Mounting method and dimensions.
.2
Starter size and type.
.3
Layout of identified internal and front panel
components.
.4
Enclosure types.
.5
Wiring diagram for each type of starter.
.6
Interconnection diagrams.
.1
Provide operation and maintenance data for motor starters
for incorporation into manual specified in Section 01 78 00 Closeout Submittals.
.2
Include operation and maintenance data for each type and
style of starter.
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal, and with the Waste Reduction
Workplan.
1.4 Closeout Submittals
1.5 Waste Management
and Disposal
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Section 26 29 10
page 2
.2
Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic waste in
designated containers.
.3
Ensure emptied containers are sealed and stored safely for
disposal away from children.
2.1 Materials
.1
Starters: to IEC 947-4 with AC4 utilization category.
2.2 Manual Motor
Starters
.1
Single and Three phase manual motor starters of size, type,
rating, and enclosure type as indicated, with components as
follows:
.1
Switching mechanism, quick make and break.
.2
One or Three overload heaters, manual reset, trip
indicating handle.
.2
Accessories:
.1
Toggle switch: heavy duty labelled as indicated.
.2
Indicating light: heavy duty type and colour as
indicated.
.3
Locking tab to permit padlocking in "ON" or "OFF"
position.
.1
Magnetic and combination magnetic starters of size, type,
rating and enclosure type as indicated with components as
follows:
.1
Contactor solenoid operated, rapid action type.
.2
Motor overload protective device in each phase,
manually reset from outside enclosure.
.3
Wiring and schematic diagram inside starter enclosure
in visible location.
.4
Identify each wire and terminal for external
connections, within starter, with permanent number marking
identical to diagram.
.2
Combination type starters to include fused disconnect switch
with operating lever on outside of enclosure to control
disconnect, and provision for:
.1
Locking in "OFF" position with up to 3 padlocks.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.3 Full Voltage Magnetic
Starters
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2.4 Magnetic Starter
Reduced Voltage Part
Winding
2.5 Control Transformer
Motor Starters to 600 V
Section 26 29 10
page 3
.2
(Cont'd)
.2
Independent locking of enclosure door.
.3
Provision for preventing switching to "ON" position
while enclosure door open.
.3
Accessories:
.1
Selector switches: heavy duty labelled as indicated.
.2
Indicating lights: heavy duty type and color as
indicated.
.3
1-N/O and 1-N/C spare auxiliary contacts unless
otherwise indicated.
.4
Accessories:
.1
Selector switches: standard heavy duty oil tight
labelled as indicated.
.2
Indicating lights: standard heavy duty oil tight, type and
color as indicated.
.3
Auxiliary control devices as indicated.
.1
Two-step reduced voltage, part winding starter of size, type,
rating and enclosure type as indicated, with components as
follows:
.1
Two-3 pole contactors.
.2
Adjustable pneumatic timer.
.3
Six automatic reset overload relays.
.2
Three step reduced voltage part winding starter of size, type,
rating and enclosure type as indicated, with components as
follows:
.1
Three-3 pole contactors.
.2
One set starting resistors.
.3
Six automatic reset overload relays.
.3
Accessories:
.1
Selector switches: heavy duty labelled as indicated.
.2
Indicating lights: heavy duty type and color as
indicated.
.3
Auxiliary control devices as indicated.
.1
Single phase, dry type, control transformer with primary
voltage as indicated and 120 V secondary, complete with
secondary fuse, installed in with starter as indicated.
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2.5 Control Transformer
(Cont'd)
.2
Size control transformer for control circuit load plus 20%
spare capacity.
2.6 Finishes
.1
Apply finishes to enclosure in accordance with Section
26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
2.7 Equipment
Identification
.1
Provide equipment identification in accordance with Section
26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.2
Manual starter designation label, white plate, black letters,
size 1, engraved as indicated.
.3
Magnetic starter designation label, white plate, black letters,
size engraved as indicated.
.1
Refer to Annex C : Motor starter Schedules for details.
.1
Install starters, connect power and control as indicated.
.2
Ensure correct fuses and overload devices elements installed.
.1
Perform tests in accordance with Section 26 05 01 Common Work Results - Electrical and manufacturer's
instructions.
.2
Operate switches, contactors to verify correct functioning.
.3
Perform starting and stopping sequences of contactors and
relays.
.4
Check that sequence controls, interlocking with other
separate related starters, equipment, control devices, operate
as indicated.
2.8 Motor Starter
Schedule
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 Installation
3.2 Field Quality Control
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Diesel Electric
Generating Units (Liquid
Cooled)
Section 26 32 13.04
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED
REQUIREMENTS
.1
Section 26 36 23 - Automatic Transfer Switches.
1.2 REFERENCES
.1
CSA International
.1
CSA-B139-15, Installation Code for Oil Burning
Equipment.
.2
CAN3-Z299.3-85(R2006), Quality Assurance Program
- Category 3.
.2
Green Seal Environmental Standards (GSES)
.1
GS-11-2008, 2nd Edition, Paints and Coatings.
.3
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
.1
ISO 3046-1-2002, Reciprocating internal combustion
engines - Performance - Part I: Declarations of power, fuel
and lubricating oil consumptions, and test methods Additional requirements for engines for general use.
.2
ISO 3046-4-1997, Reciprocating internal combustion
engines - Performance - Part 4: Speed governing.
.4
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
.1
NEMA MG1-2006(R2007), Motors and Generators.
.5
South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD),
California State, Regulation XI. Source Specific Standards
.1
SCAQMD Rule 1113-A2007, Architectural Coatings.
.6
The Master Painters Institute (MPI)
.1
Architectural Painting Specification Manual - current
edition.
.7
Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada (ULC)
.1
CAN/ULC-S601-14, Standard for Shop Fabricated
Steel Aboveground Horizontal Tanks for Flammable and
Combustible Liquids.
.2
ULC-S603-14, Standard for Steel Underground Tanks
for Flammable and Combustible Liquids.
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INFORMATIONAL
SUBMITTALS
Diesel Electric
Generating Units (Liquid
Cooled)
Section 26 32 13.04
Page 2
.1
Submit submittals in accordance with Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures.
.2
Product Data:
.1
Provide manufacturer's printed product literature,
specifications and data sheets for generating units and
include product characteristics, performance criteria, physical
size, finish and limitations.
.3
Shop drawings and specifications to include the following:
.1
Engine: make, model, rating and performance curves.
.2
Starter motor, make model.
.3
Generator: make, model and rating complete with
generator saturation curves, heat damage curves, reactive
capability and special data.
.4
Voltage regulator: make, model, type.
.5
Governor: type, model.
.6
Battery: make, type, voltage, capacity.
.7
Charger: make, model, input and output rating.
.8
Submit general outline drawing of complete assembly
showing engine, radiator and generator mounting, exhaust,
recirculating and intake air louvre arrangement, exhaust gas
silencer and pipe arrangement, locations of fuel and
lubricating oil filters, fuel supply and return line connections,
lubricating oil drain valve, radiator and coolant drain valves,
air cleaner, engine instrument panel, starting motor, power
and control junction boxes, engine and generator mounting
feet. Indicate on drawings:
.1
Horizontal and vertical dimensions.
.2
Minimum door opening required for moving unit.
.3
Head room required for removal of piston and
connecting rod.
.4
Weight of engine, generator, baseplate, radiator
and exhaust silencer.
.9
Identify exact locations and details where necessary of
interconnecting services.
.10
Baseplate construction details and materials.
.11
Transfer and bypass system: make, model, type.
.12
Outline and layout of panels.
.13
Schematic and wiring diagrams of engine, generator,
control panel, automatic transfer isolation and bypass panel
complete with interconnecting wiring diagrams.
.14
Single line diagram showing all breakers, switches,
metering and protective relays.
.15
Field wiring diagrams.
.16
Complete bill of materials, including manufacturer's
name, catalogue numbers and capacity.
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INFORMATIONAL
SUBMITTALS
(Cont'd)
1.4 CLOSEOUT
SUBMITTALS
Diesel Electric
Generating Units (Liquid
Cooled)
Section 26 32 13.04
Page 3
.4
Lubricating oil system: where oil pump not provided, submit
certification ensuring oil pump is not required and will not
detract from service life of engine.
.5
Shop Drawings:
.1
Submit drawings stamped and signed by professional
engineer registered or licensed in theProvince Québec and of
Canada.
.6
Submit requirements for Sustainable Design Submittals.
.1
Provide maintenance data for diesel generating units for
incorporation into manual specified in Section 01 78 00 Closeout Submittals.
.2
Provide in French and English for incorporation into
instruction manuals as follows:
.1
Complete set of reviewed and approved shop
drawings.
.2
Factory test data of engine, generator, exciter, control
logic, metering and other pertinent test data.
.3
Maintenance and operation bulletins for:
.1
Engine and Accessories.
.2
Generator.
.3
Voltage Regulator and Accessories.
.4
Exciter.
.5
Permanent magnet generator if installed.
.6
Battery charger.
.7
Speed Governor.
.8
Starting Motor.
.9
Batteries.
.10
Ventilating Equipment.
.11
Timers, Relays, Meters.
.12
Power Circuit Breakers.
.13
Controller, Contactors.
.14
Other Accessories.
.4
Submit original brochures; photocopies are not
acceptable.
.1
Include technically relevant data.
.5
Complete sequence of system operation.
.6
Complete bill of materials including nameplate data of
equipment and accessories.
.3
Forward, two weeks prior to factory tests, one copy of
instruction manual for each unit of different ratings.
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1.4 CLOSEOUT
SUBMITTALS
(Cont'd)
.4
Forward, within two weeks after factory tests, three copies of
instruction manuals, with updated drawings, for each unit of
different ratings.
.1
Submit one set of sepias along with manuals.
.2
Where more than one unit of identical ratings is
supplied on same purchase order, provide three copies for
first unit, two copies per unit for each succeeding unit, up to
total of six units, one copy per unit for each additional unit
above this amount.
1.5 EXTRA MATERIALS
.1
Provide maintenance materials in accordance with Section
01 78 00 - Closeout Submittals.
.1
Extra Material/Spare Parts: provide the following:
.1
One spare control circuit breaker per rating.
.2
Twenty four spare indicating light bulbs per
rating.
.3
One spare control relay and socket per rating
and contact arrangement.
.4
One spare contactor operating coil.
.5
One set of contacts (3) for transfer contactor.
.6
Six fuel filter elements for each type of fuel
filter/water separator.
.7
Six lubricating oil filter elements.
.8
Three air cleaner elements.
.2
Provide conclusive evidence that Canadian distributor has
been established and will stock in Canada spare parts likely
to be required during normal life of engine.
.3
Provide conclusive evidence that Canadian distributor has
been established and will stock in Canada spare parts likely
to be required during normal life of engine.
.4
Tools:
.1
Supply suitable engine barring device and battery
manufacturer's standard set of tools for battery service.
.1
Battery service tools to include hydrometer, one
plastic bottle for topping up purposes and one
insulated battery terminal wrench.
.2
Provide complete set of specialized tools required for
proper care, adjustment and maintenance of equipment
supplied.
.3
Where metric size nuts and bolts are used, provide
one set of sockets complete with ratchet handle and set of
combination wrenches, to fit sizes used.
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1.6 QUALITY
ASSURANCE
.1
Do work to CAN3-Z299.3.
1.7 DELIVERY,
STORAGE AND
HANDLING
.1
Deliver, store and handle materials in accordance with
Section 01 61 00 - Common Product Requirements.
.2
Delivery and Acceptance Requirements:
.1
Deliver materials to site in original factory packaging,
labelled with manufacturer's name, address.
.2
Prepare, crate and protect equipment against shipping
and storage damage.
.3
Provide minimum 12.5 mm plywood outer covering
single vapour barrier inside.
.4
Provide minimum 20 mm plywood outer covering with
one side finished and double vapour barrier and sufficient
dessicant for one year's remote storage.
.5
Mount unit and panel on shipping skids with plank floor.
.6
Each package to have shipping weight, address,
dimensions and Department D number and brief description
of contents stencilled on at least two sides.
.1
Staple on outside packing list contained in
waterproof envelope.
.2
Place copy of packing list inside.
.1
Provide automatic, unattended, emergency power supply
system consisting of:
.1
Liquid cooled high voltage diesel electric generating
unit with control panel.
.2
Liquid cooled low voltage diesel electric generating
unit with combined control, transfer and by-pass panel.
.3
High voltage power transfer and by-pass panel.
.4
High voltage power isolating and by-pass panel.
.5
Accessories and equipment specified in this
specification.
.2
Provide design, fabrication, testing, transportation,
demonstration and equipment warranty.
.1
Design equipment to meet following requirements:
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
2.2 DESIGN CRITERIA
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Cooled)
Section 26 32 13.04
Page 6
.1
(Cont'd)
.1
Total capacity: 300 kW.
.4
Voltage: 600 V.
.5
Frequency: 60 Hz.
.6
Phase/Wire: 3/4.
.7
Power factor: 0.8.
.8
Load harmonic content: 20% THD.
.11
Duty rating: full load continuous plus 10% overload for
1 hour in every 12 hours period.
.12
Performance: automatic.
.13
Elevation above sea level: 100 m.
.14
Ambient temperature: 40 degree C.
.15
Relative humidity: 60%.
.2
Design unit capable of starting, attaining settled voltage and
frequency limits and accepting 100% full rated load with
voltage and frequency settling to specified steady
state bands, within 15 seconds for any temperature between
0 degree C to 40 degrees C.
.3
Use engine manufacturer's standard, published continuous
(prime) horsepower rating in assessing engine capacity and
derate this rating for specified conditions and engine
driven accessories in accordance with ISO 3046-1.
.4
Description of generating set operation:
.1
Automatic starting on abnormal or loss of normal
voltage: voltage sensing relays to sense three phases of
hydro supply.
.1
If voltage on any one phase should drop below
preset limits (adjustable) for adjustable period of time,
close engine start contact and start engine.
.2
When emergency supply has reached settled voltage
and frequency preset limits (adjustable) transfer switch will
transfer load to emergency supply.
.3
Continue to supply load until hydro supply returns or
set is shut down manually or under failure conditions.
.4
On hydro restoration, confirmed by three phase
sensing of voltage above adjustable preset, for time period in
excess of three minutes (adjustable), transfer switch will
transfer load to hydro supply.
.1
Provide dead bus timer to allow motor starters
to drop out and motors to stop prior to connecting to
hydro.
.5
Adjustable time delay relay to allow engine to run
unloaded to cool down and subsequently to shut down, ready
for next cycle.
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2.2 DESIGN CRITERIA
(Cont'd)
.4
(Cont'd)
.6
Equip engine with key switch with following positions:
auto-off-crank-start, key removable in auto position only.
.7
Automatic shut down on:
.1
Overcranking.
.2
Overspeed.
.3
High engine temperature.
.4
Low lubricating oil pressure.
.5
Over and under frequency.
.6
Emergency breaker failure.
.7
Electrical fault lock-out on short circuit and
generator over and under voltage.
2.3 ASSEMBLY
.1
Provide items as follows plus other items necessary to make
unit complete:
.1
Diesel engine.
.2
Diesel engine accessories.
.3
Baseplate and drip pan.
.4
Vibration isolators.
.5
Governor.
.6
Engine exhaust system.
.7
Engine cooling system.
.8
Engine ventilating system.
.9
Starting motors.
.10
Batteries and rack.
.11
Battery charger.
.12
Generator and exciter.
.13
Voltage regulator and accessories.
.14
Combined control, transfer by-pass panel.
.15
High voltage isolating and by-pass panel.
.16
High voltage transfer and by-pass panel.
.17
Spares and accessories.
2.4 MOUNTING
.1
Connect engine flywheel housing rigidly to generator stator
housing with SAE adapter.
.1
Mount unit on common, heavy duty fabricated steel
baseplate.
.2
Obtain approval for design and materials of baseplate
from engine manufacturer.
.2
Baseplate: rigid material to maintain alignment of
engine-generator shafts and frames under shipping,
installation and service conditions.
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2.5 DIESEL ENGINE
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.3
Install machine engine-generator feet and baseplate sole
plates parallel and true.
.1
Shims: steel type, installed under generator feet.
.4
Support baseplate on spring type isolating fixtures from
welded side brackets located to support bottom of baseplate
25 mm above supporting floor.
.1
Isolators: cast iron housings, complete with levelling
bolts, adjustable oil proof snubbers and minimum 6 mm
sound pads.
.2
Isolation efficiency 95% minimum.
.5
Determine quantity and location of isolators.
.1
Locate each isolator to carry equal proportion of
weight and that pressure exerted on floor by each isolator
does not exceed 345 kPa.
.6
Ship isolators loose for installation at project site.
.1
Full diesel, heavy duty, cold start, liquid cooled, vertical in-line
or vee, and current manufacture of a type and size that has
been service as a prime mover for electric power
generation for not less than two years.
.1
Turbo supercharged engine acceptable providing
brake mean effective pressure (BMEP) at rated output does
not exceed 1800 kPa (225 psi).
.2
Mechanically driven superchargers not acceptable.
.2
Engine: minimum of four (4) cylinders.
.3
Engine with auxiliary starting aids (i.e., glow plug assist start)
not acceptable.
.4
Equip engine air intakes with dry type heavy duty air cleaners
located close to inlet manifold.
.1
Cleaner element: directly replaceable with elements of
Canadian manufacture.
.5
Provide engine wiring in liquid-tight conduit and fittings with
insulated bushings.
.1
Use stranded, minimum No.14 AWG, TEW 105
degree C and coloured coded wires .
.2
Terminate wiring with coded, insulated terminals
flanged fork type. Terminal blocks heavy duty, screw type.
.3
Wire markers of slip on oil proof type.
.4
Junction boxes on unit of liquid-tight type..
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.5
(Cont'd)
.5
Maximum of two wires per terminal block.
.6
Provide high quality lubricating oil pressure gauge,
lubricating oil temperature gauge, tachometer, coolant
temperature gauge thermocouple, exhaust pyrometer and
other standard gauges and instruments.
.1
Calibrate and scale gauges and instrument in both
metric and imperial units and symbols.
.2
Mount oil temperature sensors on engine full flow
pressure line.
.3
Hoses or tubing for gauges: high pressure reinforced
type.
.7
Mount unit accessories, including gauges, instruments, and
protective sensors, to isolate or dampen vibrations.
.8
Dynamically balance complete engine-flywheel generator
arrangement after assembly.
.1
Torsional or other vibration tolerance within 10%
above or below rated speed of unit, when operating unloaded
or connected to any load within its rating.
.2
Cyclic irregularity: 1/250 maximum.
.9
Provide engine flywheel with graduated marking around its
periphery to facilitate fuel injection and valve timing.
.10
Provide removable wet type cylinder liners.
.1
Furnish cylinder head with removable valve seat insert
and guides.
.11
Provide personnel safety guards for exposed moving parts
and exhaust manifolds.
.1
Provide platform for servicing upper part of engine
where applicable.
.12
Engine control panel complete with:
.1
Lubricating oil pressure gauge.
.2
Lubricating oil temperature gauge.
.3
Coolant temperature gauge.
.4
Low coolant level gauge.
.5
Engine switch auto-off-crank-start selector switch and
crank pushbutton.
.6
D.C. main power supply circuit breaker.
.7
Terminal blocks for connection to D.C. power supply,
engine monitoring and shutdown device.
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2.5 DIESEL ENGINE
(Cont'd)
.12
(Cont'd)
.8
Provide low oil pressure, high coolant temperature,
low coolant level and overspeed protection to shut down
engine on manual operation.
2.6 COOLING AND
VENTILATING SYSTEM
.1
Provide complete cooling and ventilating system for unit.
.2
Thermostatically control system and maintain coolant,
ethylene glycol, within engine manufacturer's tolerance, with
unit operating at rated load under specified conditions.
Cooling system engine mounted radiator type.
.1
Design and supply complete ventilating system where
engine mounted radiator is required.
.1
Radiator cooling fan to be pusher type,
minimum two belt drive with belt adjuster.
.2
Fan, pulley and belt with removable protective
cage.
.2
Provide multi-fan system suitable for indoor or outdoor
installation complete with electrical controls and breaker type
combination starters.
.1
Starters in wall mounting enclosures and
mounted in control panel.
.2
Motor of splash proof enclosure.
.3
Provide braided corrugated flexible lines for
pipe terminations at radiator and engine, isolating
valves, fittings and pipe for installation of radiators
approximately 9 m from front of engine.
.3
Provide drain valves for draining coolant from engine block
and radiator.
.1
Drain coolant conveniently into large container through
flexible extensions.
.2
Dripping valves or leaking connections will not be
permitted.
.4
Ventilation system: complete with canvas connections,
mounting hardware, modulating damper motors, dampers,
inlet and outlet hoods, bird/insect/screen, air filters, manual
potentiometer, damper linkages, low voltage transformer,
thermostat, fan motor.
.1
Provide positive seal, zero heat loss louvers. Air filter
25 mm deep disposable type with fiberglass filter media and
initial static pressure drop not to exceed 25 Pa based on face
velocity of 2.54 m/s.
.5
Ventilating system operation as follows:
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2.6 COOLING AND
VENTILATING SYSTEM
(Cont'd)
.5
(Cont'd)
.1
Air inlet and outlet damper closed when engine not
running.
.2
On engine start, air inlet damper to open.
.3
Inlet damper minimum opening to be set by manual
potentiometer.
.4
Thermostat to modulate inlet and outlet dampers to
maintain set room temperature.
.5
Fan to start when inlet louvres 90% open (adjustable).
2.7 LUBRICATION
SYSTEM
.1
Provide full pressure lubricating system complete with filters
and oil cooler.
.2
Oil pump: engine driven gear type complete with strainer.
.3
Equip filters with automatic by-pass valve and full flow filter
elements conveniently located for servicing and directly
replaceable with elements of Canadian manufacture.
.1
Cooler to have sufficient capacity to maintain oil
temperature within with unit operating at rated load under
conditions specified.
.4
Equip engine oil sump with oil drain pipe, gate valve and pipe
cap.
.1
Permit complete drainage in a convenient manner.
.5
Ensure unit is able to start and assume full rated load within
the specified 15 second time period when, operational
requirements are such that unit may lay idle for periods up to
one month.
.1
Provide electrical motor driven, integrally mounted,
gear type oil priming pump with interval timer and breaker
type combination starter.
.2
Starter mounted in control panel.
.3
Lubrication oil pressure switch to stop priming pump
when engine is running.
.6
Metallic oil hoses: steel reinforced rubber type with crimped
or swaged end fittings.
.1
Provide complete fuel system including fuel lift pump fuel
transfer pump with hand primer and filters in accordance with
CSA-B139.
2.8 FUEL SYSTEM
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2.9 EXHAUST SYSTEM
2.10 JACKET COOLANT
HEATER
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Section 26 32 13.04
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.1
(Cont'd)
.1
Filter elements to be directly replaceable with elements
of Canadian manufacture.
.2
Bring fuel supply and return lines to extreme forward part of
baseplate with drop ear elbows.
.1
Connect other end of each elbow with 1 m of flexible
neoprene hose.
.3
Provide, loose, approximately 9 m of copper tubing and
necessary fittings including two SAE flare union nuts (long)
with half unions for connecting 12 mm gate valves.
.4
Non-metallic fuel hoses: steel reinforced rubber type with
crimped or swaged end fittings.
.1
Provide complete exhaust system including heavy duty
industrial type silencer with condensate drain, plug and
flanged couplings; stainless steel, corrugated expansion
joints, length to suit, to absorb both vertical and
horizontal expansion; flanges, bolts, gaskets, adjustable
hangers and pipe and pipe-thimble to permit projection of
pipe 1.0 m beyond wall.
.1
Exhaust tail pipe end at 45 degree angle and
terminate in bird screen. Insulate interior exhaust piping and
silencer.
.2
Arrange exhaust system to suit openings.
.1
Where schedule of dimensions does not indicate
location of opening, arrange exhaust run best suited to
engine.
.3
Provide exhaust pyrometers located on common exhaust
manifold or two pyrometers on separate manifolds.
.1
Pyrometer range to include temperature at 110% load.
.1
Provide engine jacket coolant heaters complete with 20
degree C to 60 degree C adjustable immersion type
thermostat.
.1
Size heaters to maintain coolant at 40 degree C in an
ambient temperature of 0 degree C.
.2
Obtain circulation of heated coolant on thermosyphon
principle.
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2.10 JACKET COOLANT
HEATER
(Cont'd)
.2
(Cont'd)
.1
However, if this does not provide sufficient circulation
to avoid hot spots in system, provide electrical motor driven
circulating pump to operate automatically when heater is
energized.
.2
Motor: 120 V single phase splash-proof type complete
with breaker type combination starter.
.3
Starter in wall-mounting enclosure.
2.11 SPEED
GOVERNOR
.1
Provide full electronic governor with speed changer and dry
type actuator.
.1
Governing system: in accordance with ISO 3046-4.
.2
Governor with following features:
.1
Ten turn locking type manual speed adjustment.
.2
Speed regulation, steady state, no-load to full load and
vice versa: +/-0.25%.
.3
Transient peak, no-load to full-load and vice versa
+/-10%.
.4
Recovery time to steady state condition on application
of full load from no load not to exceed 3 seconds.
.5
Frequency: externally adjustable from zero to 5%
while engine is running.
.6
Class A accuracy.
.1
Provide complete starting system including cranking starting
motors, batteries, battery stand, heavy-duty battery cables
and battery charger.
.2
Provide positive engaging type cranking motor.
.1
Cranking motor and flywheel ring gear arrangements
which may permit tooth to tooth abutment not acceptable.
.3
Provide lead acid battery with sufficient capacity in ambient
room temperature of 0 degree C to crank unit at engine
manufacturer's recommended cranking starting speed for
period of 3 minutes.
.1
Voltage measured at starting motor terminals at end of
3 minutes cranking, with cranking current flowing, not less
than 1.75 V per cell.
.2
Size battery to suit engine and battery manufacturer's
published data.
.3
Batteries: dry charged, specific gravity of electrolyte
1.220 when fully charged at 27 degree C.
2.12 STARTING
SYSTEM
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2.13 GENERATOR
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.3
(Cont'd)
.4
Battery termination: bolt-on or study type.
.5
Protect terminals and exposed electrical connections
from accidental short circuit by falling conductive objects on
battery.
.4
Provide battery stand coated with acid resistant paint and
fabricated from angle irons with 20 mm plywood bottom and
heavy duty casters for ease of movement.
.5
Provide battery charger with 120 volt AC input and output
equal to 1.20 of ampere-hour capacity of battery based on 8
hour rate.
.1
Output voltage ripple: 3% or less.
.2
Provide AC input circuit breaker and 24 hours
terminating equalizer timer with approximately 4 m of
connecting cord and permanent connectors for connecting to
battery terminals.
.3
Provide 5 spare fuses inside charger panel.
.4
Charger: CSA approved.
.6
Provide necessary heavy duty, maintenance-free battery
cables and connectors.
.1
Select cable wire size on the basis of allowing not
more than 5% voltage drop at time of peak load.
.2
Cable length sufficient to allow battery location on
either side of engine.
.7
Fit turbocharged engines with one spring actuated, two stage
accumulator per turbocharger to automatically provide
pre-start and post run lubrication to turbochargers.
.1
Provide generator, drip proof, single bearing and close
coupled to engine with SAE housing: to NEMA MG 1.
.1
Generator: full amortisseur winding, direct connected
brushless exciter with easily removable bolt-on diodes with
surge protection.
.2
Maximum deviation of open circuit terminal voltage waveform
not to exceed 5%.
.3
Provide permanent magnet generator (PMG) for generator
short circuit sustaining capability not less than 2.4 times rated
current.
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2.14 PANEL - GENERAL
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.4
Generator winding insulation: Class F; winding temperature
rise not to exceed 80 degree C as measured by resistance in
ambient temperature of 40 degree C.
.5
Identify generator windings with metal tags.
.1
Bring windings to insulated terminals in metal junction
box mounted on side or top of generator.
.2
Size junction box to permit mounting of engine and
generator low voltage controls and wiring terminals blocks.
.3
Provide barrier in junction box to separate low and
high voltage wiring.
.6
Provide voltage regulation system complete with auto/manual
control module.
.1
Voltage regulator: capable of withstanding continuous
vibration, 15 G shock and temperature up to 50 degree C
while maintaining accuracy to plus/minus 1%.
.7
Steady-state voltage regulation not to exceed 1%.
.1
Transient voltage regulation, when full load is applied
or removed, not to exceed 10% when measured by
oscilloscope or high speed strip chart recorder with recovery
time to steady-state less than 3 seconds.
.8
Design equipment to minimize radio frequency interference
(RFI) under operating conditions.
.1
Balanced telephone influence factor (TIF) to: NEMA
MG 1.
.1
Panel: indoor, free-standing, dead front, metal-enclosed steel
construction complete with lifting eye bolts.
.1
Doors: formed edges, reinforced by stiffeners and
complete with lockable handles.
.2
Design and construct panel to withstand strains, jars,
vibrations and other conditions incident to shipping, storage,
installation and service.
.3
Panel CSA certified. Mount a nameplate bearing CSA
monogram in a prominent position on panel.
.4
Identify instruments and controls with lamacoid or metal
engraved nameplates fastened by rivets or screws for
permanent identification.
.1
Identify door mounted items with nameplates.
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(Cont'd)
2.15 CONTROL PANEL
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.4
(Cont'd)
.2
Attach nameplates to removable items such as relays
and wireway covers.
.5
Provide panel with bolted rear covers.
.6
Factory wire panel completely. Use stranded, minimum
No.14AWG, TEW 105 degree C and coloured for control
wiring. Use No.10AWG for CT secondary connections:
.1
Blue - DC control.
.2
Red - AC control.
.3
Black - PT secondary connections.
.4
Orange - CT secondary connections.
.5
Green - non-current carrying ground.
.6
White - current carrying ground.
.7
Yellow - interlocks.
.8
Brown - generator excitation system.
.7
Code wiring at each wire end with permanent, non-aging slip
on markers.
.1
Support and run wiring neatly.
.2
Protect wiring from mechanical damage by grommets
and shields.
.8
Code terminal blocks, clamp type, serrated for positive grip
and of tough, non-brittle, unbreakable nylon, size 3,453/0 or
equivalent.
.1
For current transformer secondary circuits, provide
terminals blocks of dual connector type.
.2
Provide test block for current transformer secondary
connections.
.9
Provide door detent mechanism to maintain hinged door at
open position.
.10
Supply loose 2 sets of wiring markers for each external wiring
connection.
.1
Place markers in plastic bag and secured inside panel.
.11
Use wiring duct for interconnection within panel.
.12
Direct inter-panel connection not permitted, use terminal
blocks.
.1
Provide combined control and transfer panel for controlling
engine generator unit.
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2.16
ENGINE-GENERATOR
TRANSFORMER
CONTROLLER
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.2
Provide hinged front door.
.3
Provide combined control, transfer and by-pass panel.
.4
Provide instrumentation, switching and control as listed in bill
of material.
.6
Mount terminal blocks on common mounting strips for
interconnection wiring between the following:
.1
Sub-panel and panel door.
.2
Sub-panel and external wiring from diesel generator
unit circuits.
.3
Sub-panel and external indicating circuits.
.4
Sub-panel and secondary circuits of power sub-cubicle.
.5
Sub-panel and external wiring from power transfer
panel.
.7
Provide 1 cm x 4 cm horizontal copper ground bus for whole
length of enclosure, and two ground lugs; one at each end.
.1
Lug: capable of accepting grounding conductor of
range from No. 8 to No. 2/0 AWG.
.8
Terminal blocks: CSA approved, clamp type, serrated for
positive grip and of tough, non-brittle unbreakable nylon
material; maximum two wires per terminal block.
.1
Use factory made terminal block jumpers wherever
necessary.
.9
Provide circuit breakers for equipment protection: use fuses
where breakers are not applicable.
.10
Provide top and bottom entry for power and control cables.
.1
Provide solid state controller complete with control and power
modules for sensing, timing, logic and instrumentation to
control diesel generator set and automatic transfer system.
.2
Controller to include following features:
.1
Five position function selection switch - Reset, Off,
Auto, Test No. Load, Test Full Load.
.2
Inverse time-voltage sensors for monitoring normal
and emergency voltage and frequency.
.3
Controls necessary to provide system operation.
.4
Annunciator lights for following:
.1
Overcrank.
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ENGINE-GENERATOR
TRANSFORMER
CONTROLLER
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.2
(Cont'd)
.4
(Cont'd)
.2
Low Oil Pressure.
.3
High Coolant Temperature.
.4
Low Coolant Level.
.5
Overspeed.
.6
Frequency Limit.
.7
Voltage Limit.
.8
Contactor Failure.
.9
Fire Alarm.
.3
Function selection to operate as follows:
.1
Reset: to reset the engine-generator set after it has
been shut down on protective device.
.2
Off: the engine-generator set is shut off.
.3
Auto: provides automatic operation of engine
generator set and transfer system.
.4
Test No. Load: exercises engine generator set
without load. In event normal power fails during this mode,
transfer system will operate to connect load to set.
.5
Test Full Load: simulates normal power failure and
runs engine generator set under load. If emergency power
fails under this mode, transfer system to operate to re-store
normal power to load.
.4
Provide sufficiently sized capacitors on power input terminals
to controller to maintain supply voltage, especially on D.C.
power input during engine start.
.5
Controller to include following time delays and adjustments.
.1
Crank delay preset at 3-20 sec.
.2
Restart preset at 15 sec.
.3
Bypass preset at 10 sec.
.4
Anticipated fail preset at minimum time setting.
.5
Engine start preset at 2 sec.
.6
EM - normal preset at 20 sec.
.7
Dead bus preset at 2 sec.
.8
Cool down preset at 5 min.
.6
Equip controller with cycle crank provision to crank engine
three time with adjustable rest delay of 3-30 seconds preset
at 5 seconds.
.7
Equip controller with provision to reset controller and to
select Category II operation from remote location.
.1
Category II operation to operate emergency supply as
main source to load and use normal source as standby.
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2.16
ENGINE-GENERATOR
TRANSFORMER
CONTROLLER
(Cont'd)
.8
Provide controller with following features:
.1
Front panel programming and display using keypad
and to allow changing of parameters, operating configuration,
status, and values.
.2
Security access code to prevent unauthorized
changes.
.3
Self diagnostics, continually operating in the
background, to ensure proper operation of microprocessor.
.4
Non-volatile memory to store operating logic,
configuration and set points upon total loss of power.
.5
Sufficient internal power to maintain control outputs
and operating sequence upon loss of DC supply from working
battery.
.6
Isolation of inputs and outputs to ensure correct
operation and no damage in event of transient voltages.
.7
Operation counter for number of diesel starts
(non-resetable).
.8
Operating temperature 0-50 degree C.
.9
Equip controller with communications system and
uninterruptible power supply for central remote monitoring
and control. Provide system complete with modem 300 2400 baud, initialized by controller. Provide necessary
hardware, software and configuration for controller as well as
necessary software for central remote monitoring and control
station. Provide Communications between controller and
central station through switched telephone lines.
2.19 SIGNS
.1
Provide at front top of each panel and on each generator
junction box, lamacoid or metal engraved identification
nameplate.
.1
Provide nameplates with letter and number
identification designation to be given at time of acceptance
tests.
.2
Provide and attach to unit in prominent location, bilingual
warning sign.
.3
Where metric tools are required to service engine-generator
unit, provide bilingual warning sign.
.1
Paints Coating: in accordance with manufacturer's
recommendations for surface conditions, to be approuved by
Architect.
2.20 FINISHES
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.2
Clean, finish and paint equipment with smooth and durable
finish.
.1
Use grey gloss MPI EXT: paint inside of panel white
gloss MPI INT in accordance with The Master Painters
Institute (MPI) schedule of paint colours.
.3
Provide one half pint can of grey gloss paint for touch up.
2.21 QUALITY OF
WORK
.1
Manufacture and construct equipment free from blemishes,
defects, burrs and sharp edges; accuracy of dimensions and
marking of parts and assemblies; thoroughness of welding,
brazing, painting and wiring, alignment of parts and tightness
of assembly screws and bolts.
2.22 QUALITY
CONTROL
.1
General: before acceptance, assemble and set up the unit,
complete with specified equipment, for tests at the supplier's
plant in accordance with Section.
.1
Ensure tests are witnessed by Consultant on mutually
agreed date.
.2
Provide suitable test area with adjustable loading
facilities.
.3
Ensure that engine has run in sufficiently prior to load
test, test forms completed, system debugged and recorders
connected.
.2
Product examination: complete mechanical and electrical
examination to determine compliance with specification and
drawings with respect to materials, workmanship, dimensions
and marking.
.3
Non-operational tests and checks: perform following test and
checks before starting the unit:
.1
Shaft alignment, end float, angular and parallel.
.2
Cold resistance of generator windings.
.3
Belt tensioning.
.4
Equipment grounds.
.5
Electrical wiring.
.6
All grease lubricating points.
.7
Personnel safety guards.
.8
Air cleaner.
.9
Coolant.
.10
Lubricating oil type and level.
.11
Type of fuel.
.12
Vibration isolator adjustment.
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CONTROL
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.3
(Cont'd)
.13
Temperature and pressure sensors.
.14
Engine exhaust system.
.15
Tools.
.16
Spares.
.4
Operation test and check: on completion of non-operational
tests and checks, start unit cold. Provide multi-channel
recorder and record following :
.1
Time for unit to start and reach settled voltage and
frequency.
.2
Time from initiation of start to full load application, with
voltage and frequency settled.
.3
Voltage and frequency transient and steady state
limits for full load to no load, 3/4 load to no load, ½ load to no
load, 1/4 load to no load and vice versa.
.4
Record battery voltage drop during cranking.
.5
Protection and control demonstration: on completion of
operation test and check, demonstrate following:
.1
Overheat protection.
.2
Low oil pressure protection.
.3
Cranking cut out.
.4
Overcrank protection (3 tries).
.5
Overspeed protection.
.6
Under and over frequency.
.7
Under and over voltage.
.8
Electrical fault protection:
.1
Failure to close breaker.
.2
Failure to build up voltage.
.3
Generator short circuit and overcurrent.
.9
All control functions.
.6
Load tests: load test the unit for 24 hours at full rated load
and further 1 hour at 110% rated load in ambient room
temperature of 40 degree C. Take following data at start of
load test and every one hour interval thereafter:
.1
Frequency.
.2
Voltage.
.3
Current.
.4
Kilowatts.
.5
Generator winding temperature.
.6
Generator frame temperature.
.7
Engine coolant temperature.
.8
Oil temperature and pressure.
.9
Manifold pressure.
.10
Ambient room temperature.
.11
Generator cooling air outlet temperature.
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Diesel Electric
Generating Units (Liquid
Cooled)
Section 26 32 13.04
Page 22
.6
(Cont'd)
.12
Exciter field current and voltage.
.13
Vibration displacement.
.14
Ambient air temperature inside panel with doors
closed.
.7
Miscellaneous: provide accurate means for determining fuel
and lubricating oil consumption.
.1
Provide strip chart recorders for monitoring frequency,
voltage and load.
.2
Provide recorder with ability to select speeds to allow
accurate measurement of voltage, frequency and time during
tests.
.3
Calibrate recorder by the recorder manufacturer (or
designated representative) within three months of factory
testing.
.8
Interpretation of ambient room temperature: consider
ambient room temperature as that temperature, which is
lowest temperature registered out of a group of three
thermometers when placed in engine room as follows:
.1
One thermometer located on each side of engine
block, approximately two-thirds of length of block back from
front (radiator) end of block, 900 mm out from block and at
height equal to height of block.
.2
Locate third thermometer over end of exciter on unit
centre line, approximately 150 mm above top of exciter.
.3
Take thermometer showing lowest temperature to give
true ambient air temperature.
.4
Adjust temperature to maintain this thermometer at 40
degree C during heat test.
.9
Voltage and frequency regulation tests: on completion of load
tests take hot resistance reading of generator windings.
.1
Subject the unit to hot voltage and frequency
regulation tests for full load to no load, 3/4 load to no load, ½
load to no load, 1/4 load to no load and vice versa.
.10
Panel performance and functions: check sequence of
operation under service conditions.
.1
Make provision for supplying and connecting required
levels of voltage for primary circuits.
.2
Test overcurrent relays by impressing current in
secondary circuits.
.11
Hi-pot tests: perform over potential tests on primary and
secondary wiring in accordance with NEMA.
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PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 EXAMINATION
.1
Verification of Conditions:
.1
Verify that substrate conditions, which have been
previously installed under other sections or contracts, are
acceptable for product installation in accordance with
manufacturer's instructions prior to installation of liquid cooled
diesel electric generating units.
.2
Inform Consultant of unacceptable conditions
immediately upon discovery.
.3
Proceed with installation only after unacceptable
conditions have been remedied.
3.2 INSTALLATION
.1
Install liquid cooled Diesel electric generating units to
CAN3-Z299.3 and in accordance with manufacturer's written
instructions.
3.3 CLEANING
.1
Clean in accordance with Section 01 74 11 - Cleaning.
.1
Remove surplus materials, excess materials, rubbish,
tools and equipment.
3.4 CLOSEOUT
ACTIVITIES
.1
Demonstration and Training:
.1
As directed by Consultant and in accordance with
Section 01 79 00 - Demonstration and Training carry out
demonstrations of complete interruptible power unit for
Project Acceptance Board.
.2
Provide familiarization training of operating and
maintenance staff.
.3
Provide these services for such period, and for as
many visits as necessary to put equipment in operation, and
ensure that operating personnel are conversant with aspects
of its care and operation.
.4
Provide fuel required for performing site test and
top-up after acceptance test completion.
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Diesel Electric
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Cooled)
.1
Section 26 32 13.04
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Provide clearance around systems, equipment and
components for observation of operation, inspection,
servicing, maintenance and as recommended by
manufacturer and CSA-B139.
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Automatic Tranfer
Switches
Section 26 36 23
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 REFERENCES
1.2 ACTION AND
INFORMATIONAL
SUBMITTALS
.1
CSA International:
.1
CSA C22.2 No.5-13, Moulded-Case Circuit Breakers,
Molded-Case Switches and Circuit-Breaker Enclosures
(Tri-national standard with UL 489, NMX-J-266-ANCE-2010).
.2
CSA C22.2 No.178.1-14, Automatic Transfer Switches.
.3
CAN/CSA C60044-1-07(R2011), Instrument
Transformers.
.2
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
.1
NEMA ICS 2-1996(R2009), Controllers, Contactors,
and Overload Relays, Rated Not More Than 2000 Volts AC
or 750 Volts DC, Part 8: Disconnect Devices for Use in
Industrial Control Equipment.
.1
Submit in accordance with Section 01 33 00 - Submittal
Procedures.
.2
Product Data:
.1
Submit manufacturer's instructions, printed product
literature and data sheets for transfer switches and include
product characteristics, performance criteria, physical size,
finish and limitations.
.3
Shop Drawings:
.1
Submit drawings stamped and signed by professional
engineer registered or licensed in Province of Quebec,
Canada.
.1
Indicate on drawings:
.1
Make, model and type.
.2
Single line diagram showing controls and
relays.
.3
Description of equipment operation
including:
.1
Automatic starting and transfer to
standby unit and back to normal power.
.2
Test control.
.3
Manual control.
.4
Automatic shutdown.
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SUBMITTALS
1.4 DELIVERY,
STORAGE AND
HANDLING
Automatic Tranfer
Switches
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Page 2
.1
Submit in accordance with Section 01 78 00 - Closeout
Submittals.
.2
Operation and Maintenance Data: submit operation and
maintenance data for incorporation into manual.
.3
Detailed instructions to permit effective operation,
maintenance and repair.
.4
Technical data:
.1
Schematic diagram of components, controls and
relays.
.2
Illustrated parts lists with parts catalogue numbers.
.3
Certified copy of factory test results.
.1
Deliver, store and handle materials in accordance with
Section 01 61 00 - Common Product Requirements.
.2
Delivery and Acceptance Requirements: deliver materials to
site in original factory packaging, labelled with manufacturer's
name and address.
.3
Storage and Handling Requirements:
.1
Store materials off ground and in accordance with
manufacturer's recommendations in clean, dry, well-ventilated
area.
.2
Store and protect from nicks, scratches, and
blemishes.
.3
Replace defective or damaged materials with new.
.1
Automatic load transfer equipment to:
.1
Monitor voltage on phases of normal power supply.
.2
Initiate cranking of standby generator unit on normal
power failure or abnormal voltage on any one phase below
preset adjustable limits for adjustable period of time.
.3
Transfer load from normal supply to standby unit when
standby unit reaches rated frequency and voltage pre-set
adjustable limits.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
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2.1 SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
(Cont'd)
.1
(Cont'd)
.4
Transfer load from standby unit to normal power
supply when normal power restored, confirmed by sensing of
voltage on phases above adjustable pre-set limit for
adjustable time period.
.5
Shut down standby unit after running unloaded to cool
down using adjustable time delay relay.
2.2 MATERIALS
.1
Instrument transformers: to CAN/CSA C60044-1.
.2
Contactors: to NEMA ICS2.
2.3 CONTACTOR TYPE
.1
TRANSFER EQUIPMENT
.2
Contact Type Transfer Equipment: to CSA C22.2 No.178.1.
Two-4 pole contactors mounted on common frame, in double
throw arrangement, mechanically and electrically interlocked,
solenoid operated, with CSA enclosure.
.3
Rated: 600V/3/60, 60Hz, 400A, 4 wire.
.4
Main contacts: silver surfaced, protected by arc disruption
means.
.5
Switch and relay contacts, coils, spring and control elements
accessible for inspection and maintenance from front of panel
without removal of switch panel or disconnection of
drive linkages and power conductors.
.6
Auxiliary contact: silver plated, to initiate emergency
generator start-up on failure of normal power.
.7
Fault withstand rating: 35 kA symmetrical for 3 cycles with
maximum peak value of 50 kA.
.8
Lever to operate switch manually when switch is isolated.
.9
Neutral bar, solid switch rated: 400 A.
.10
Overlapping neutral contacts on contactor type transfer
equipment.
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.1
Selector switch -4 position "Test", "Auto" "Test", "Auto",
"Manual", "Engine start".
.1
Test position - normal power failure simulated. Engine
starts and transfer takes place. Return switch to "Auto" to
stop engine.
.2
Auto position - normal operation of transfer switch on
failure of normal power; retransfers on return of normal
voltage and shuts down engine.
.3
Manual position - transfer switch may be operated by
manual handle but transfer switch will not operate
automatically and engine will not start.
.4
Engine start position - engine starts but unit will not
transfer unless normal power supply fails. Switch must be
returned to "Auto" to stop engine.
.2
Control transformers: dry type with 120 V secondary to
isolate control circuits from:
.1
Normal power supply.
.2
Emergency power supply.
.3
Relays: continuous duty, industrial control type, with wiping
action contacts rated 10 A minimum:
.1
Voltage sensing: 3 phase for normal power and on
one phase only for emergency, solid state type, adjustable
drop out and pick up, close differential, 2 V minimum
undervoltage and over voltage protection.
.2
Time delay: normal power to standby, adjustable solid
state, 0 to 60 s.
.3
Time delay on engine starting to override momentary
power outages or dips, adjustable solid state, 0 to 60 s delay.
.4
Time delay on retransfer from standby to normal
power, adjustable 20 s to 10 minutes.
.5
Time delay for engine cool-off to permit standby set to
run unloaded after retransfer to normal power, adjustable
solid state, o 20 s intervals to 10 minutes.
.6
Time delay during transfer to stop transfer action in
neutral position to prevent fast transfer, adjustable, 5 s
intervals to 180 s.
.7
Frequency sensing, to prevent transfer from normal
power supply until frequency of standby unit reaches preset
adjustable values.
.8
Neutral position delay: allow time for motors to delay
between live sources, adjustable, 0 to 5 s.
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2.6 EQUIPMENT
IDENTIFICATION
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Switches
Section 26 36 23
Page 5
.1
Ensure pilot lights indicate power availability normal and
standby, switch position, green for normal, red for standby,
mounted in panel and remote in the electical room.
.2
Plant exerciser: 168 hours timer to start standby unit once
each week for selected interval but does not transfer load
from normal supply transfers load to emergency
supply and retransfers to normal supply on standby unit
shutdown. Timer adjustable 0-168 hours in 15 minute
intervals.
.3
Auxiliary relay to provide 4 N.O. and 4 N.C. contacts for
remote alarms.
.4
Instruments:
.1
Digital true RMS, indicating type 2 % accuracy, flush
panel mounting:
.1
Voltmeter: ac, scale 0 to 750 V.
.2
Ammeter: ac, scale 0 to 500 A.
.3
Frequency meter: scale 55 to 65 Hz.
.5
Voltmeter selector switch: rotary, maintained contacts, panel
mounting type, round notched handle, four position, labelled
"OFF-Phase A-Phase B-Phase C".
.6
Potential transformers - dry type for indoor use:
.1
Ratio: 600 to 120.
.2
Rating: 600 V, 60Hz, BIL 10 kV.
.7
Ammeter selector switch: rotary, maintained contacts, panel
mounting type, designed to prevent opening of current
circuits, round notched handle, four position labelled "OFF Phase A - Phase B - Phase C".
.8
Current transformers - dry type for indoor use:
.1
Ratio: 1 to 5.
.2
Rating: 600 V, 60Hz, BIL 18 kV.
.3
Accuracy rating: 1%.
.4
Positive action automatic short- circuiting device in
secondary terminals.
.9
Manual bypass and isolator: to emergency supply to both
supplies.
.1
Identify equipment in accordance with Section 26 05 00 Common Work Results for Electrical.
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IDENTIFICATION
(Cont'd)
Automatic Tranfer
Switches
Section 26 36 23
Page 6
.2
Control panel:
.1
For selector switch and manual switch: size 5
nameplates.
.2
For meters, indicating lights, minor controls: use size
3 nameplates.
.1
Complete equipment, including transfer mechanism, controls,
relays and accessories factory assembled and tested.
.2
Notify 5 days minimum in advance of date of factory test.
.3
Tests:
.1
Operate equipment both mechanically and electrically
to ensure proper performance.
.2
Check selector switch, in modes of operation Test,
Auto, Manual, Engine Start and record results.
.3
Check voltage sensing and time delay relay settings.
.4
Check:
.1
Automatic starting and transfer of load on
failure of normal power.
.2
Retransfer of load when normal power supply
resumed.
.3
Automatic shutdown.
3.1 EXAMINATION
.1
Verification of Conditions: verify that conditions of substrate
previously installed under other Sections or Contracts are
acceptable for transfer switches installation in accordance
with manufacturer's written instructions.
.1
Visually inspect substrate.
.2
Inform of unacceptable conditions immediately upon
discovery.
.3
Proceed with installation only after unacceptable
conditions have been remedied.
3.2 INSTALLATION
.1
Locate, install and connect transfer equipment as indicated.
.2
Check solid state monitors and adjust as required to ensure
correct operation.
2.7 SOURCE QUALITY
CONTROL
PART 3 - EXECUTION
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(Cont'd)
3.3 FIELD QUALITY
CONTROL
3.4 CLEANING
Automatic Tranfer
Switches
Section 26 36 23
Page 7
.3
Install and connect battery and remote alarms.
.1
Perform tests in accordance with Section 26 05 00 Common Work Results for Electrical.
.2
Energize transfer equipment from normal power supply.
.3
Set selector switch in "Test" position to ensure proper
standby start, running, transfer, retransfer. Return selector
switch to "Auto" position to ensure standby shuts
down.
.4
Set selector switch in "Manual" position and check to ensure
proper performance.
.5
Set selector switch in "Engine start" position and check to
ensure proper performance. Return switch to "Auto" to stop
engine.
.6
Set selector switch in "Auto" position and open normal power
supply disconnect. Standby should start, come up to rated
voltage and frequency, and then load should transfer to
standby. Allow to operate for 20 minutes, then close main
power supply disconnect. Load should transfer back to
normal power supply and standby should shutdown.
.7
Repeat, at 1 hour intervals, 3 times, complete test with
selector switch in each position, for each test.
.1
Progress Cleaning: clean in accordance with Section
01 74 11 - Cleaning.
.1
Leave Work area clean at end of each day.
.2
Final Cleaning: upon completion remove surplus materials,
rubbish, tools and equipment in accordance with Section
01 74 11 - Cleaning.
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Lighting
Section 26 50 00
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 Related Sections
1.2 References
1.3 Shop Drawings and
Product Data
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.3
Section 01 45 00 - Quality Control.
.4
Section 26 09 35 - Lighting Control Devices - Fluorescent
Dimming.
.1
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
.1
ANSI C82.1-1998, Electric Lamp Ballasts-Line
Frequency Fluorescent Lamp Ballast.
.2
ANSI C82.4-2004, Ballasts for
High-Intensity-Discharge and Low-Pressure Sodium Lamps.
.2
American National Standards Institute/Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers (ANSI/IEEE)
.1
ANSI/IEEE C62.41-2002, Surge Voltages in
Low-Voltage AC Power Circuits.
.3
American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
.1
ASTM F 1137-00(R2006), Specification for
Phosphate/Oil and Phosphate/Organic Corrosion Protective
Coatings for Fasteners.
.4
Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
.5
Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
.1
Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01 33 00
- Submittal Procedures.
.2
Submit complete photometric data prepared by independent
testing laboratory for luminaires where specified, for review
by Engineer.
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and Disposal
Lighting
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Page 2
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic waste in
designated containers.
.3
Ensure emptied containers are sealed and stored safely for
disposal away from children.
.1
Tungsten halogen lamps.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 Lamps
Lamp
Design
PAR-30L
Colour
Lamp
°k Design
4100T8-32
4100PL-18
4100PL-42
4100PL-13
Bulb shape Base
Wattage
75W
Med
Bulb
shape
Wattage
32W
13W
18W
42W
.2
Base
med
GX12
G24
G24
Initial
Life h
Lumens
1000
3000
Fluorescent lamps.
Type
Initial
Lumens
RS3150
860
1250
3100
Description
clear
Life
h
Descrip
tion
20000
15000
12000
12000
CW
CW
CW
CW
CRI 85
CRI 85
CRI 85
CRI 85
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Lamp
Design
ED-17P
ED-28P
Lighting
.3
Bulb
shape
Wattage
100W
250W
2.3 Finishes
2.4 Light Control
Devices
Section 26 50 00
Page 3
Metal halide lamps.
Base Operating
Position
Med
hor
Mog
hor
Initial
Lumens
Life h
Descript
ion
9500
23750
16000
15000
CRI 85
CRI 70
.4
LED lamps:
.1
LED fixtures are to have LM-80, LM-79, and TM-21
testing, 4000K with dimming capabilities, minimum 50,000
hour lamp life at L70, CRI 80 and above. LED fixtures are to
be DLC or Energy Star listed. Fixtures are to be CSA/ULC
certified.
.1
Baked enamel finish:
.1
Conditioning of metal before painting:
.1
For corrosion resistance conversion coating to
ASTM F 1137.
.2
For paint base, conversion coating to ASTM F
1137.
.2
Metal surfaces of luminaire housing and reflectors
finished with high gloss baked enamel to give smooth,
uniform appearance, free from pinholes or defects.
.3
Reflector and other inside surfaces finished as follows:
.1
White, minimum reflection factor 90%.
.2
Alzak finish:
.1
Aluminium sheet fabricated from special aluminum
alloys and chemically brightened, subsequently anodically
treated to specifications established by Alcoa, to produce:
.1
Finish for regular industrial service, minimum
density of coating 14.8 g/m2, minimum reflectivity 82%
for specular and 73% for diffuse.
.1
Design.
.1
Lens thickness: 0.90 mm.
.2
Material: injection moulded clear prismatic virgin
acrylic and open aluminum.
.3
Light distribution: direct/indirect as shown.
.4
Treatment: ultraviolet inhibited.
.5
Frame: hinged spring loaded extruded aluminum.
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Lighting
Section 26 50 00
Page 4
.1
Refer to Annex A of the specification for lighting fixture
schedules.
3.1 Installation
.1
Locate and install luminaires as indicated.
3.2 Wiring
.1
Connect luminaires to lighting circuits:
.1
Directly for luminaire.
.2
Through rigid conduit for luminaire. Conduits shall be
hidden within the roof/wall assembly in areas where there is
no suspended ceiling installed.
3.3 Luminaire Supports
.1
For suspended ceiling installations support luminaires
independently of ceiling from the roof structure.
3.4 Luminaire Alignment
.1
Align luminaires mounted in continuous rows to form straight
uninterrupted line.
.2
Align luminaires mounted individually parallel or
perpendicular to building grid lines.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
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PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED
SECTIONS
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.3
Section 01 91 13 - General Commissioning (Cx) Requirements.
.4
Section 26 05 21 - Wires and Cables (0-1000 V).
.5
Section 26 05 34 - Conduits, Conduit Fastenings and Conduit
Fittings.
1.2 REFERENCES
.1
Canadian Standards Association (CSA International)
.1
CSA C22.2 No.141-15, Unit Equipment for Emergency
Lighting.
1.3 SUBMITTALS
.1
Submit product data in accordance with Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures.
.2
Data to indicate system components, mounting method,
source of power and special attachments.
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal.
.2
Remove from site and dispose of packaging materials at
appropriate recycling facilities.
.3
Collect and separate for disposal paper, plastic, polystyrene
and corrugated cardboard packaging material in appropriate
on-site bins for recycling in accordance with Waste
Management Plan.
.4
Divert unused metal and wiring materials from landfill to metal
recycling facility approved by Engineer.
1.4 WASTE
MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
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MANAGEMENT AND
DISPOSAL
(Cont'd)
Unit Equipment for
Emergency Lighting
Section 26 52 01
Page 2
.5
Dispose of unused batteries at official hazardous material
collections site approved by Engineer.
.6
Fold up metal banding, flatten and place in designated area for
recycling.
.1
Emergency lighting equipment: to CSA C22.2 No. 141.
.2
Supply voltage: 120 V, ac.
.3
Output voltage: 24 V dc.
.4
Operating time: 30 min.
.5
Battery: sealed, maintenance free.
.6
Charger: solid state, multi-rate, voltage/current regulated,
inverse temperature compensated, short circuit protected with
regulated output of plus or minus 0.01V for plus or minus 10%
input variations.
.7
Solid state transfer circuit.
.8
Low voltage disconnect: solid state, modular, operates at 80%
battery output voltage.
.9
Signal lights: solid state, for 'AC Power ON' and 'High Charge'.
.10
Lamp heads: integral on unit and remote, 345 degrees
horizontal and 180 degrees vertical adjustment. Lamp type:
High Intensity Tungsten 9, W, minimum 175 lumen output and
18, W, minimum 360 lumen output.
.11
Cabinet: suitable for direct or shelf mounting to wall and c/w
knockouts for conduit. Removable or hinged front panel for
easy access to batteries.
.12
Finish: beige.
.13
Auxiliary equipment:
.1
Ammeter.
.2
Voltmeter.
.3
Test switch.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 EQUIPMENT
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2.1 EQUIPMENT
(Cont'd)
.13
(Cont'd)
.4
Time delay relay.
.5
Battery disconnect device.
.6
AC input and DC output terminal blocks inside cabinet.
.7
Shelf.
.8
Cord and plug connection for AC.
.9
RFI suppressors.
2.2 WIRING OF
REMOTE HEADS
.1
Conduit: type EMT, in accordance with Section 26 05 34 Conduits, Conduit Fastenings and Conduit Fittings.
.2
Conductors: RW90 XLPE type in accordance with Section
26 05 21 - Wires and Cables 0-1000 V, sized as indicated.
.1
Install unit equipment and remote mounted fixtures.
.2
Direct heads accordingly.
.3
Connect exit lights to unit equipment.
3.2 FIELD TESTING
INSTALLATION
.1
Complete test form and submit to the Engineer. Include
completed test form on the Operation and Maintenance
manual.
3.3 COMMISSIONING
.1
Refer to Section 01 91 13 - General Commissioning (Cx)
Requirements.
.2
Commissioning shall be performed by at least one
representative of supplier for this section and one
representative from installation contractor.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 INSTALLATION
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PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 Related Sections
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management.
.3
Section 01 91 13 - General Commissioning (Cx) Requirements.
.1
Canadian Code for Preferred Packaging.
.2
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
.1
CSA C22.2 No.141-15, Unit Equipment for Emergency
Lighting.
.2
CSA C860-01, Performance of Internally-Lighted Exit
Signs.
.3
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requirements.
1.3 Submittals
.1
Submit product data in accordance with Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures.
1.4 Waste Management
and Disposal
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management And Disposal, and with Waste Reduction
Workplan.
.2
Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic waste in
designated containers.
.3
Ensure emptied containers are sealed and stored safely for
disposal away from children.
.4
Collect and separate plastic, paper, packaging and corrugated
cardboard in accordance with Waste Management Plan.
.5
Fold up metal banding, flatten and place in designated area for
recycling.
1.2 References
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Section 26 53 00
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 Standard Units
.1
Exit lights: to CSA C22.2 No.141 and CSA C860, packaged in
accordance with the Canadian Code for Preferred Packaging
guidelines.
.2
Housing: cold rolled steel minimum 1.0 mm thick, satin
aluminum enamel finish.
.3
Face and back plates: die formed cold rolled steel.
.4
Lamps: LED panel inserts and consumes less than 2 watts per
face, rated for 120 volt normal operation. Emergency power
supply is 24 VDC.
.5
Operation: designed for over 100,000 hours of continuous
operation without relamping.
.6
Display: 150 mm high 'Running Man' pictogram, with 13 mm
thick stroke, green in colour through a white stencil face plated.
.7
Downlight: translucent acrylic in bottom of unit.
.8
Face plate to remain captive for relamping.
.1
Install exit lights.
.2
Connect fixtures to exit light circuits.
.3
Connect emergency lamp sockets to emergency circuits.
.4
Ensure that exit light circuit breaker is locked in on position.
.1
Refer to Section 01 91 13 - General Commissioning (Cx)
Requirements.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 Installation
3.2 Commissioning
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Commercial Convectors
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PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 REFERENCES
1.2 ACTION AND
INFORMATIONAL
SUBMITTALS
1.3 CLOSEOUT
SUBMITTALS
1.4 DELIVERY,
STORAGE AND
HANDLING
.1
CSA International
.1
CSA C22.2 No.46-M1988(R2006), Electric Air-Heaters.
.2
Underwriters' Laboratories (UL)
.1
UL 1042-2009, Standard for Electric Baseboard
Heating Equipment.
.1
Submit in accordance with Section 01 33 00 - Submittal
Procedures.
.2
Product Data:
.1
Submit manufacturer's instructions, printed product
literature and data sheets for convectors and include product
characteristics, performance criteria, physical size, finish and
limitations.
.3
Manufacturer's Instructions: provide to indicate special
handling criteria, installation sequence, cleaning procedures.
.1
Submit in accordance with Section 01 78 00 - Closeout
Submittals.
.2
Operation and Maintenance Data: submit operation and
maintenance data for convectors for incorporation into
manual.
.1
Deliver, store and handle materials in accordance with
Section 01 61 00 - Common Product Requirements.
.2
Delivery and Acceptance Requirements: deliver materials to
site in original factory packaging, labelled with manufacturer's
name and address.
.3
Storage and Handling Requirements:
.1
Store materials off ground indoors in dry location and
in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations in
clean, dry, well-ventilated area.
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STORAGE AND
HANDLING
(Cont'd)
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.3
(Cont'd)
.2
Store and protect convectors from nicks, scratches,
and blemishes.
.3
Replace defective or damaged materials with new.
.1
Heaters: to CSA C22.2 No.46 UL 1042 low standard wattage
density with connection box oneat both ends.
.1
Element through-type fitted with aluminum convector
vanes and resistor wire enclosed in mineral insulation in
copper sheath.
.2
Element: locked to cabinet and supported at additional points
throughout length to allow for linear expansion with non
metallic supports.
.3
Cabinet: to CSA C22.2 No.46 UL 1042, pre-drilled back for
securing to wall. Integral air diffusion reflector with wireway
at bottom and built-in clamps.
.1
Bottom inlet/top outlet.
.2
Bottom inlet/front outlet.
.3
Front inlet/front outlet.
.4
Sloping inlet/sloping front outlet.
.5
Panel: steel, metal thickness, bottom 1 mm, front 1.6
mm thick.
.6
Finish: phosphatized metalic surfaces.
.4
Blank cabinet sections and outside corners complete with
wireway in sections including splice plates, to match heater
cabinets in respects for continuous baseboard effect as
indicated.
.1
Wall mounted thermostats: type low voltage electronic,
Energy Star certified , in accordance with Section 23 09 33 Electric and Electronic Control System for HVAC.
.2
Integral thermostats 12 pole to control load as indicated.
.3
Relays and transformers temperature controller and power
module to switch loads in excess of thermostat rating.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 BASEBOARD
CONVECTORS
2.2 CONTROLS
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.4
Double pole, double throw switch and receptacle terminal box
assembly for combination heater and air conditioner power
supply.
3.1 EXAMINATION
.1
Verification of Conditions: verify that conditions of substrate
previously installed under other Sections or Contracts are
acceptable for convectors installation in accordance with
manufacturer's written instructions.
.1
Visually inspect substrate.
.2
Inform Consultant of unacceptable conditions
immediately upon discovery.
.3
Proceed with installation only after unacceptable
conditions have been remedied and after receipt of written
approval from Consultant.
3.2 INSTALLATION
.1
Install baseboard convector heaters, blank sections and
controls.
.2
When wireway is used, remove knock-outs and insert
insulating bushing between units.
.3
Install grounding wire to maintain ground integrity between
heating, blank, and auxiliary sections.
.4
Install thermostats in locations indicated.
.5
Make power and control connections.
.1
Perform tests in accordance with Section 26 05 00 Common Work Results for Electrical.
.2
Ensure heaters and controls operate correctly.
.1
Progress Cleaning: clean in accordance with Section
01 74 11 - Cleaning.
.1
Leave Work area clean at end of each day.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.3 FIELD QUALITY
CONTROL
3.4 CLEANING
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3.4 CLEANING
(Cont'd)
.2
Final Cleaning: upon completion remove surplus materials,
rubbish, tools and equipment in accordance with Section
01 74 11 - Cleaning.
3.5 PROTECTION
.1
Protect installed products and components from damage
during construction.
.2
Repair damage to adjacent materials caused by commercial
convectors installation.
END OF SECTION
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Unit Heaters - Electric
Section 26 82 39.01
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 REFERENCES
1.2 ACTION AND
INFORMATIONAL
SUBMITTALS
1.3 CLOSEOUT
SUBMITTALS
1.4 DELIVERY,
STORAGE AND
HANDLING
.1
CSA International
.1
CSA C22.2 No.46-M1988(R2006), Electric Air-Heaters.
.2
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
.1
NEMA 250-08, Enclosures for Electrical Equipment
(1000 V Maximum).
.1
Submit in accordance with Section 01 33 00 - Submittal
Procedures.
.2
Product Data:
.1
Submit manufacturer's instructions, printed product
literature and data sheets for unit heaters and include product
characteristics, performance criteria, physical size, finish and
limitations.
.3
Manufacturer's Instructions: provide to indicate special
handling criteria, installation sequence, cleaning procedures
and commissioning.
.1
Submit in accordance with Section 01 78 00 - Closeout
Submittals.
.2
Operation and Maintenance Data: submit operation and
maintenance data for unit heaters for incorporation into
manual.
.1
Deliver, store and handle materials in accordance with
Section 01 61 00 - Common Product Requirements and
with manufacturer's written instructions.
.2
Delivery and Acceptance Requirements: deliver materials to
site in original factory packaging, labelled with manufacturer's
name and address.
.3
Storage and Handling Requirements:
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1.4 DELIVERY,
STORAGE AND
HANDLING
(Cont'd)
Unit Heaters - Electric
Section 26 82 39.01
Page 2
.3
(Cont'd)
.1
Store materials off ground indoors and in accordance
with manufacturer's recommendations in clean, dry,
well-ventilated area.
.2
Store and protect unit heaters from nicks, scratches,
and blemishes.
.3
Replace defective or damaged materials with new.
.1
Unit heater: to CSA C22.2 No.46, horizontal discharge
complete with adjustable louvers finished to match cabinet.
.2
Fan type unit heaters with built-in high-heat limit protection,
fan-delay switches.
.3
Fan motor: permanently lubricated ball bearing type with
resilient mount.
.1
Built-in fan motor thermal overload protection.
.4
Hangers: as indicated.
.5
Elements: mineral insulated stainless steel sheath with, single
brazed fins.
.6
Cabinet: aluminum, 7 mm thick, fitted with 4 brackets for rod
or wall mounting.
.1
Phosphatized and finished with 4 coats baked enamel
to Architect's choice of colour.
.1
Thermostats: type low voltage electronic, Energy Star
certified, to Section 23 09 33 - Electric and Electronic
Control System for HVAC.
.2
Built in thermostat and support controls.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 UNIT HEATERS
2.2 CONTROLS
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Page 3
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 EXAMINATION
.1
Verification of Conditions: verify that conditions of substrate
previously installed under other Sections or Contracts are
acceptable for unit heaters installation in accordance with
manufacturer's written instructions.
.1
Visually inspect substrate in presence of Consultant.
.2
Inform Consultant of unacceptable conditions
immediately upon discovery.
.3
Proceed with installation only after unacceptable
conditions have been remedied and after receipt of written
approval to proceed from Consultant.
3.2 INSTALLATION
.1
Suspend unit heaters from ceiling or mount on wall as
indicated.
.2
Install thermostats in locations indicated.
.3
Make power and control connections.
.1
Perform tests in accordance with Section 26 05 00 Common Work Results for Electrical.
.2
Test cut-out protection when air movement is obstructed.
.3
Test fan delay switch to assure dissipation of heat after
element shut down.
.4
Test unit cut-off when fan motor overload protection has
operated.
.5
Ensure heaters and controls operate correctly.
.1
Progress Cleaning: clean in accordance with Section
01 74 11 - Cleaning.
.1
Leave Work area clean at end of each day.
.2
Final Cleaning: upon completion remove surplus materials,
rubbish, tools and equipment in accordance with Section
01 74 11 - Cleaning.
3.3 FIELD QUALITY
CONTROL
3.4 CLEANING
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3.5 PROTECTION
Unit Heaters - Electric
Section 26 82 39.01
Page 4
.1
Protect installed products and components from damage
during construction.
.2
Repair damage to adjacent materials caused by unit heaters
installation.
END OF SECTION
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Fire Alarm
System
Section 28 31 02
Page 1
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 Related Sections
1.2 References
.1
Section 01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures.
.2
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management and Disposal.
.3
Section 01 78 00 - Closeout Submittals.
.4
Section 01 91 13 - General Commissioning (Cx)
Requirements.
.5
Section 26 05 01 - Common Work Results - Electrical.
.6
Section 26 05 20 - Wire and Box Connectors - 0 - 1000 V.
.1
Government of Canada
.1
NBC-2010, National Building Code of Canada.
.2
TB OSH Chapter 3-03 (1997-01-28), Treasury Board
of Canada, Occupational Safety and Health, Chapter 3-03,
Standard for Fire Protection Electronic Data Processing
Equipment.
.3
TB OSH Chapter 3-04, (1994-12-22), Treasury Board
of Canada, Occupational Safety and Health, Chapter 3-04,
Standard for Fire Alarm Systems.
.2
Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA).
.3
Underwriter's Laboratories of Canada (ULC)
.1
CAN/ULC-S524:2014, Installation of Fire Alarm
Systems.
.2
ULC-S525:2016, Audible Signaling Devices for Fire
Alarm and Signaling Systems, Including Accessories.
.3
ULC-S526:2016, Visible Signaling Devices for Fire
Alarm Signaling Systems, Including Accessories.
.4
CAN/ULC-S527-11-AMD-1 (2014), Standard for
Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems.
.5
CAN/ULC-S528-14, Manual Pull Stations for Fire
Alarm Systems, Including Accessories.
.6
CAN/ULC-S529:2016, Standard for Smoke Detectors
for Fire Alarm Systems.
.7
CAN/ULC-S530-1991, Standard for Heat Actuated
Fire Detectors for Fire Alarm Systems.
.8
CAN/ULC-S537-13, Verification of Fire Alarm Systems.
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1.3 System Description
1.4 Requirements of
Regulatory Agencies
1.5 Shop Drawings
Fire Alarm
System
Section 28 31 02
Page 2
.1
Fully supervised, microprocessor-based, fire alarm system,
utilizing digital techniques for data transmission.
.2
System to carry out fire alarm and protection functions;
including receiving alarm signals; initiating general alarm in a
temporal pattern; supervising components and wiring;
actuating annunciators and auxiliary functions; initiating
trouble signals and signalling to monitoring agency.
.3
Zoned, addressable non-coded single stage system with
provision for two stage in the future.
.4
Modular in design to allow for future expansion.
.5
Operation of system shall not require personnel with special
computer skills.
.6
System to include:
.1
Central Control Unit in separate enclosure with power
supply, stand-by batteries, central processor with
microprocessor and logic interface, main system memory,
input-output interfaces for alarm receiving,
annunciation/display, and program control/signalling.
.2
Power supplies.
.3
Initiating/input circuits.
.4
Output circuits.
.5
Auxiliary circuits.
.6
Wiring.
.7
Manual and automatic initiating devices.
.8
Audible and visual signalling devices.
.9
End-of-line resistors.
.10
Local annunciator displays.
.11
Printer.
.12
Historic event recorder.
.1
System:
.1
To TB OSH Chapter 3-04.
.2
System components: listed by ULC and comply with
applicable provisions of National Building Code, and meet
requirements of local authority having jurisdiction.
.1
Submit shop drawings in accordance with Section 01 33 00
- Submittal Procedures.
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1.5 Shop Drawings
(Cont'd)
1.6 Closeout Submitt
1.7 Waste Management
and Disposal
1.8 Qualifications
Fire Alarm
System
.2
Section 28 31 02
Page 3
Include:
.1
Detail assembly and internal wiring diagrams for
control units.
.2
Overall system riser wiring diagram identifying control
equipment, initiating zones and signaling circuits; identifying
terminations, terminal numbers, conductors and raceways.
.3
Details for devices.
.4
Details and performance specifications for control,
annunciation and peripherals with item by item cross
reference to specification for compliance.
.5
Step-by-step operating sequence, cross referenced to
logic flow diagram.
als.1 Provide operation and maintenance data for fire alarm system
for incorporation into manual specified in Section 01 78 00 Closeout Submittals.
.1
Include:
.1
Instructions for complete fire alarm system to permit
effective operation and maintenance.
.2
Technical data - illustrated parts lists with parts
catalogue numbers.
.3
Copy of approved shop drawings with corrections
completed and marks removed except review stamps.
.4
List of recommended spare parts for system.
.1
Separate and recycle waste materials in accordance with
Section 01 74 19 - Construction/Demolition Waste
Management and Disposal, and with the Waste Reduction
Workplan.
.2
Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic waste in
designated containers.
.3
Ensure emptied containers are sealed and stored safely for
disposal away from children.
.1
The work to be done on the fire alarm system must be
performed by qualified electrical personnel holding CFAA
(Canadian Fire Alarm Association) Accreditation Certification
Program on Fire Alarm System.
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1.8 Qualifications
(Cont'd)
Fire Alarm
System
Section 28 31 02
Page 4
.2
All individuals who will repair, replace or alter components of
the existing fire alarm system must be certified in accordance
with the requirements of the Ontario Fire Code
(O.F.C.) 1997.
.3
All persons who perform the verification or testing of the fire
alarm system must be qualified in accordance with Annex A
of CAN/ULC-S537 and CAN/ULC-S536.
.1
Equipment and devices: ULC listed and labelled and supplied
by single manufacturer.
.2
Power supply: to CAN/ULC-S524.
.3
Audible signal devices: to ULC-S524.
.4
Visual signal devices: to CAN/ULC-S526.
.5
Control unit: to CAN/ULC-S527.
.6
Manual pull stations: to CAN/ULC-S528.
.7
Thermal detectors: to CAN/ULC-S530.
.8
Smoke detectors: to CAN/ULC-S529.
.1
Actuation of any alarm initiating device to:
.1
Cause electronic latch to lock-in alarm state at central
control unit.
.2
Indicate zone of alarm at central control unit.
.3
Cause audible signalling devices to sound in a
temporal patttern continuously throughout building and at
central control unit.
.4
Transmit signal to external monitoring agency.
.2
Acknowledging alarm: indicated at central control unit.
.3
Possible to silence signals by "alarm silence" switch at
control unit, after 60s period of operation.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 Materials
2.2 System
Operation: Single
Stage - Signals
Only
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Operation: Single
Stage - Signals
Only
(Cont'd)
2.3 Control Panel
Fire Alarm
System
Section 28 31 02
Page 5
.4
Subsequent alarm, received after previous alarm has been
silenced, to re-activate signals.
.5
Actuation of supervisory devices to:
.1
Cause electronic latch to lock-in supervisory state at
central control unit.
.2
Indicate respective supervisory zone at central control
unit.
.3
Cause audible signal at central control unit to sound.
.4
Activate common supervisory sequence.
.6
Resetting alarm and supervisory device not to return system
indications/functions back to normal until control unit has
been reset.
.7
Trouble on system to:
.1
Indicate circuit in trouble at central control unit.
.2
Activate "system trouble" indication, buzzer and
common trouble sequence. Acknowledging trouble condition
to silence audible indication; whereas visual indication to
remain until trouble is cleared and system is back to normal.
.8
Trouble on system: suppressed during course of alarm.
.9
Trouble condition on any circuit in system not to initiate alarm
conditions.
.1
Central control unit (CCU).
.1
Suitable for DCLA communication style and zoned
class B alarm circuits: to CAN/ULC-S524.
.2
Features specified are minimum requirements for
microprocessor-based system with digital data control and
digital multiplexing techniques for data transmission.
.3
Minimum capacity of 250 addressable monitoring and
250 addressable control/signal points. Points may be divided
between 2 communication channels in distributed system,
each channel operating independently of other. Faults on
one communication channel not to affect operation of other
channel.
.4
System to provide for priority reporting levels, with fire
alarm points assigned highest priority, supervisory and
monitoring lower priority, and third priority for troubles.
Possible to assign control priorities to control points in
system to guarantee operation or allow emergency override
as required.
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2.3 Control Panel
(Cont'd)
.1
(Cont'd)
.5
Integral power supply, battery charger and standby
batteries.
.6
Basic life safety software: retained in non volatile
Erasable Programmable Read-Only-Memory (EPROM). Extra
memory chips: easily field-installed. Random-Access-Memory
(RAM) chips in panel to facilitate password-protected field
editing of simple software functions (e.g. zone labels,
priorities) and changing of system operation software.
.7
Circuitry to continuously monitor communications and
data processing cycles of microprocessor. Upon failure,
audible and visual trouble indication to activate.
.8
Support up to 2 RS-232-C I/O ports. CCU output:
parallel ASCII with adjustable baud rates to allow interface of
any commercially available printer, terminal or PC.
.9
Equipped with software routines to provide
Event-Initiated-Programs (EIP); change is status of one or
more monitor points, may be programmed to operate any or
all of system's control points.
.10
Software and hardware to maintain time of day, day of
week, day of month, month and year.
.11
On-board, 20-column, DC strip printer, thermal head
with automatic paper take-up, and silent operation;
operational while system is operating on standby power.
.12
Printer to record activities on system controlled by EIA
RS-232-C link from within CCU.
.13
Software to operate variable sensitivity addressable
smoke detectors and annunciate their status and sensitivity
settings at control panel.
2.4 Power Supplies
.1
120 V, 60 Hz as primary source of power for system.
.2
Voltage regulated, current limited distributed system power.
.3
Primary power failure or power loss (less than 102 V) will
activate common trouble sequence.
.4
Interface with battery charger and battery to provide
uninterruptible transfer of power to standby source during
primary power failure or loss.
.5
During normal operating conditions fault in battery charging
circuit, short or open in battery leads to activate common
trouble sequence and standby power trouble indicator.
.6
Standby batteries: sealed, maintenance free.
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(Cont'd)
2.5 Initiating/ Inpu
Circuits
Fire Alarm
System
Section 28 31 02
Page 7
.7
Continuous supervision of wiring for external initiating and
alarm circuits to be maintained during power failure.
.8
Provide battery capacity to handle 30 minutes of alarm
preceeded with 24 hours of supervision after a normal power
failure.
t.1 Receiving circuits for alarm initiating devices such as manual
pull stations, smoke detectors, heat detectors and water flow
switches, wired in DCLA configuration to central control unit.
.1
Alarm receiving circuits (active and spare): compatible with
smoke detectors and open contact devices.
.2
Actuation of alarm initiating device: cause system to operate
as specified in "System Operation".
.3
Receiving circuits for supervisory, N/O devices. Devices:
wired in DCLA configuration to central control unit.
.4
Actuation of supervisory initiating device: cause system to
operate as specified in "System Operation".
2.6 Alarm Output Cir
cuits.1 Alarm output circuit: connected to signals, wired in class B
configuration to central control unit.
.1
Signal circuits' operation to follow system
programming; capable of sounding horns continuously at 20
spm. Each signal circuit: rated at 2 A, 24 VDC; fuse-protected
from overloading/overcurrent.
.2
Manual alarm silence, automatic alarm silence and
alarm silence inhibit to be provided by system's common
control.
2.7 Auxiliary Circui
ts.1 Auxiliary contacts for control functions.
.1
Actual status indication (positive feedback) from controlled
device.
.2
Alarm and supervisory trouble on system to cause operation
of programmed auxiliary output circuits.
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2.7 Auxiliary Circui
(Cont'd)
.3
Auxiliary circuits: rated at 2 A, 24 Vdc or 120 Vac,
fuse-protected.
2.8 Wiring
.1
Solid bare cooper conductors: rated CSA FAS 105/NEC
FPLR. Non-shielded multi-conductor PVC jacket - red,
voltage rating 300 volts and temperature rated 105 deg C.
.2
To initiating circuits: 16 AWG minimum, and in accordance
with manufacturer's requirements.
.3
To signal circuits: 14 AWG minimum, and in accordance with
manufacturer's requirements.
.4
To control circuits: 14 AWG minimum, and in accordance
with manufacturer's requirements.
2.9 Manual Alarm
Stations
.1
Addressable manual pull station:
.1
Pull lever, break glass rod, semi-flushwall mounted
type, double action, 2 stage programmed for single stage,
electronics to communicate station's status to addressable
module/transponder over 2 wires and to supply power to
station. Station address to be set on station in field.
.2
Bilingual signage.
2.10 Automatic Alarm
Initiating Devices
.1
Addressable multi-sensor, variable-sensitivity smoke
detectors.
.1
Ionization, Photo-electric and heat sensing type.
.2
Electronics to communicate detector's status to
addressable module/transponder.
.3
Detector address to be set on detector base in field.
.4
Sensitivity settings: 3 settings, determined and
operated by control panel. No shifting in detector sensitivity
due to atmospheric conditions (dust, dirt) within certain
parameters.
.5
Ability to annunciate minimum of 2 levels of detector
contamination automatically with trouble condition at control
panel.
2.11 Audible Signal
Devices
.1
Mini-horns: 90 db, flushmounting, red colour, 24 V dc.
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Devices
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gnal.1 Strobe type: Self syncronized flash light pattern, clear lense
markings with fire /feu 15 cd or 15/75 cd as indicated on
common plate with horn, 2 wire 24 V dc.
.1
Designed for surface mounting on combination horn and
strobe mounting plates.
2.13 End-of-line Dev
ices.1 End-of-line devices to control supervisory current in alarm
circuits and signalling circuits, sized to ensure correct
supervisory current for each circuit. Open, short or ground fault
in any circuit will alter supervisory current in that circuit,
producing audible and visible alarm at main control panel.
2.14 As-Built Riser
Diagram
.1
Fire alarm system riser diagram: in glazed frame on black
lamicoid sheet with bevelled edges, minimum size 600 x 600
mm.
.1
Install systems in accordance with CAN/ULC-S524.
.2
Install central control unit and connect to ac power supply, dc
standby power.
.3
Install manual alarm stations and connect to alarm circuit
wiring.
.4
Locate and install detectors and connect to alarm circuit
wiring. Do not mount detectors within 1 m of air outlets.
Maintain at least 600 mm radius clear space on ceiling, below
and around detectors. Locate duct type detectors in straight
portions of ducts.
.5
Connect alarm circuits to main control panel.
.6
Install horns and visual signal devices and connect to
signalling circuits.
.7
Connect signalling circuits to main control panel.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1 Installation
New Building Construction
Sept-Iles, Québec
Tender: 201600365
3.1 Installation
(Cont'd)
3.2 Field Quality Co
Fire Alarm
System
Section 28 31 02
Page 10
.8
Install end-of-line devices at end of alarm and signalling
circuits.
.9
Sprinkler system: wire alarm and supervisory switches and
connect to control panel.
.10
Splices are not permitted.
.11
Provide necessary raceways, cable and wiring to make
interconnections to terminal boxes, annunciator equipment
and CCU, as required by equipment manufacturer.
.12
Ensure that wiring is free of opens, shorts or grounds, before
system testing and handing over.
.13
Identify circuits and other related wiring at central control unit,
annunciators, and terminal boxes.
ntrol.1 Perform tests in accordance with Section 26 05 01 - Common
Work Results - Electrical and CAN/ULC-S537.
.1
Fire alarm system:
.1
Test such device and alarm circuit to ensure manual
stations, thermal and smoke detectors, sprinkler system,
transmit alarm to control panel and actuate first stage alarm
ancillary devices.
.2
Check annunciator panels to ensure zones are shown
correctly.
.3
Simulate grounds and breaks on alarm and signalling
circuits to ensure proper operation of systems.
.4
Addressable circuits system style DCLA:
.1
Test each conductor on all DCLA addressable
links for capability of providing 3 or more subsequent
alarm signals on each side of single
open-circuit fault condition imposed near midmost
point of each link. Operate Acknowledge/Silence
switch after reception of each of the 3 signals.
Correct imposed fault after completion of each series
of tests.
.2
Test each conductor on all DCLA addressable
links for capability of providing 3 or more subsequent
alarm signals during ground-fault condition imposed
near midmost point of each link. Operate
Acknowledge/Silence switch after reception of each of
the 3 signals. Correct imposed fault after completion of
each series of tests.
New Building Construction
Sept-Iles, Québec
Tender: 201600365
3.2 Field Quality Co
(Cont'd)
Fire Alarm
System
.1
.2
Section 28 31 02
Page 11
(Cont'd)
.4
(Cont'd)
Provide final PROM program re-burn for system
incorporating program changes made during construction.
3.3 Demonstration an
Training
d.1 Provide on-site lectures and demonstration by fire alarm
equipment manufacturer to train operational personnel in use
and maintenance of fire alarm system. Allow two 2 hour
sessions. Sessions to be available in English and French.
3.4 Commissioning
.1
Refer to Section 01 91 13 - General Commissioning (Cx)
Requirements.
.2
Commissioning shall be performed by at least one
representative of fire alarm supplier and one representative
from installation contractor.
END OF SECTION
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TYPE
Construction of New Building
Sept-Îles, Québec
1x 38
1x 29
1x 38
1x 40
1x 45
52.1
1x 96
1x 36
Qté-watts
Type
SUSPENDED
MOUNTING
LED 3700 LUMENS
LED 3250 LUMENS
LED 3700 LUMENS
LED 4000 LUMENS
LED
LED 1300 LUMENS
LED 1300 LUMENS
LED 1300 LUMENS
LED 4700 LUMENS
SURFACE/SUSPENDED
SURFACE/SUSPENDED
SURFACE/SUSPENDED
SURFACE
SURFACE MOUNT AT
CEILING/WALL EDGE
RECESSED MOUNT
RECESSED MOUNT
RECESSED MOUNT
SURFACE / WALL
LED 11,262 LUMENS SURFACE MOUNT
LED 4500
LUMENS/4ft
LAMP
ANNEX A
LIGHTING FIXTURE LIST
4000K COLOUR
3500K COLOUR
WITH WIREGUARD
CELL APPLICATION
WET APPLICATION
WET APPLICATION
STAIRS/WASHROOMS
ACCESSORIES
Page 1 of 2
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1x 60
1x 24
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LED 6000 LUMENS
LED 3615 LUMENS
LED 3541 LUMENS
LAMP
ANNEX A
LIGHTING FIXTURE LIST
Qté-watts
347
347
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Construction of New Building
Sept-Îles, Québec
4000K COLOUR
3500K COLOUR
3000K COULEUR
ACCESSORIES
CEILING, WALL, END MOUNT RUNING MAN PICTOGRAM
EXIT SIGN
CAPABLE
CEILING, WALL, END MOUNT RUNING MAN PICTOGRAM
CAPABLE
EXIT SIGN
MOUNTING HEIGHT - 3.0m
POLE MOUNT
RECESSED
SUSPENDED
MOUNTING
Page 2 of 2
Section 26 24 16.01
Project No. DFS-5001 / A000566A
ANNEX B
Page 1
Date:
Main Breaker:
Supply Volts:
Installation:
Fed from ATS
Panel Identification: PD1
Location: MAIN ELECTRICAL ROOM
Main Bus/Breaker Amps: 400A
DESCRIPTION
WATTS AMP. CIR.
35,617
HEATING PANEL 'PC1'
TRANSFORMER 'PS1'
ROOF TOP UNIT 'RTU-1'
ROOT TOP UNIT 'RTU-2
CONDENSATE UNIT 'CU-1'
CONDENSATE UNIT 'CU-2'
Total Phase A
Total Phase B
Total Phase C
A
B
C
CIR. AMP. WATTS
1
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
2
3
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
4
35,617
5
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
6
28,076
84
7
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
8
2,200
9
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
10
84
11
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
12
2,200
3,800
13
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
14
2,200
3,800
15
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
16
3,800
17
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
18
2,200
3,800
19
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
20
18,000
3,800
21
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
22
3,800
23
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
24
35,617
84
200
100
100
100
15
80
28,076 LIGHTING PANEL 'PE1'
2,200
SERVICE PANEL 'PS2' VIA
TRANSFORMER 'T2'
2,200 ROOF TOP UNIT 'RTU-3'
18,000
FIRE PROTECTION PUMP
STATION
18,000
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
26
-
27
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
28
-
-
29
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
30
-
31
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
32
-
33
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
34
-
-
35
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
36
-
37
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
38
-
39
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
40
-
41
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
42
kW
kW
kW
DESCRIPTION
28,076
25
93.78
93.78
93.78
August 8, 2016
350
347/600V, 3PH, 4W
SURFACE
SPARE
<GFI> = Ground fault detector
<k>
= Breaker locking device
Total Panel Load : 281.33 kW
Section 26 24 16.01
Project No. DFS-5001 / A000566A
ANNEX A
Page 2
Date:
Main Breaker:
Supply Volts:
Installation:
Fed from 'PD1'
Panel Identification: PC1
Location: MAIN ELECTRICAL ROOM
Main Bus/Breaker Amps: 225A
DESCRIPTION
WATTS AMP. CIR.
SPARE
UNIT HEATER ROOMS 301 & 308
BB HEATER ROOMS 310 & 311
BB HEATER - ROOM 203
4,500
4,500
3,000
3,000
4,500
4,500
BB HEATER - ROOMS
201, 202, 204, 205
3,500
CONVECTOR & BB HEATER
ROOMS 101, 103, 306
4,750
BB HEATERS ET FORCE FLOW
ROOMS 302, 404, 405, 408, 513
3,500
4,750
5,750
20
20
20
20
20
B
C
CIR. AMP. WATTS
1
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
2
3
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
4
5
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
6
7
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
8
9
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
10
11
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
12
13
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
14
15
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
16
17
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
18
19
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
20
21
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
22
23
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
24
15
1,500 EXTERIOR PUMPING STATION
1,500
20
5,300 FORCE FLOW & BB HEATERS
5,300 ROOMS 503, 507, 509, 604
20
5,000 FORCE FLOW HEATER
5,000 ROOM 601
20
5,000 FORCE FLOW HEATER
5,000 ROOM 601
SPARE
15
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
26
27
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
28
-
29
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
30
-
31
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
32
33
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
34
-
35
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
36
-
37
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
38
-
39
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
40
-
41
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
42
5,750
5,375
FORCE FLOW HEATERS
SALLES 501, 502A-B, 506, 510
4,500
5,375
4,500
35.43
34.30
37.13
20
20
20
kW
kW
kW
DESCRIPTION
1,500
25
BB HEATERS
ROOMS 309, 312, 402A, 402B,
406, 407, 701
Total Phase A
Total Phase B
Total Phase C
15
A
August 8, 2016
200
347/600V, 3PH, 4W
SURFACE
<GFI> = Ground fault detector
<k>
= Breaker locking device
Total Panel Load : 106.85 kW
Section 26 24 16.01
Project No. DFS-5001 / A000566A
ANNEX A
Page 3
Date:
Main Breaker:
Supply Volts:
Installation:
Fed from 'T1'/'PD1'
Panel Identification: PE1
Location: MAIN ELECTRICAL ROOM
Main Bus/Breaker Amps: 225A
DESCRIPTION
WATTS AMP. CIR.
A
B
C
EXTERIOR LIGHTING
3,500
20
1
_.-._
_*___|___|_
EXTERIOR LIGHTING
1,000
20
3
_.-._
ÉCLAIRAGE INTÉRIEUR
1,034
20
5
ÉCLAIRAGE INTÉRIEUR
1,000
20
ÉCLAIRAGE INTÉRIEUR
1,000
ÉCLAIRAGE INTÉRIEUR
1,000
Total Phase A
Total Phase B
Total Phase C
4.70
3.00
2.03
CIR. AMP. WATTS
_.-._
2
20
_|___*___|_
_.-._
4
20
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
6
20
7
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
8
20
9
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
10
20
11
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
12
13
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
14
15
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
16
17
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
18
19
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
20
21
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
22
23
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
24
25
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
26
kW
kW
kW
August 8, 2016
200
347/600V, 3PH, 4W
SURFACE
DESCRIPTION
200 EXIT SIGNS
1,000 NIGHT LIGHT (Emergency)
SPARE
<GFI> = Ground fault detector
<k>
= Breaker locking device
Total Panel Load :
9.73 kW
Section 26 24 16.01
Project No. DFS-5001 / A000566A
ANNEX B
Page 4
Date:
Main Breaker:
Supply Volts:
Installation:
Fed from PD1/T1
Panel Identification: PS1
Location: MAIN ELECTRICAL ROOM
Main Bus: 100A
DESCRIPTION
WATTS AMP. CIR.
A
B
C
2 PRISES - SALLE 301
500
15
1
_.-._
_*___|___|_
2 PRISES - SALLE 301
500
15
3
_.-._
2 PRISES - SALLE 301
500
15
5
2 PRISES - SALLE 301
500
15
2 PRISES - SALLE 301
500
2 PRISES - SALLE 301
500
2 PRISES - SALLE 301
2 PRISES - SALLE 301
August 8, 2016
100A
120/208V, 3PH, 4W
SURFACE
CIR. AMP. WATTS
DESCRIPTION
_.-._
2
15
1,200
PRISE CHAUFFE-MOTEUR
_|___*___|_
_.-._
4
15
1,200
PRISE CHAUFFE-MOTEUR
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
6
15
1,200
PRISE CHAUFFE-MOTEUR
7
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
8
15
1,200
PRISE CHAUFFE-MOTEUR
15
9
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
10
15
1,200
PRISE CHAUFFE-MOTEUR
15
11
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
12
20
300
500
15
13
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
14
20
1,000
Room 302 - Recept.
500
15
15
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
16
20
1,000
Room 302 - Recept.
Room 310/311/Corridor Utility
1,000
20
17
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
18
20
1,000
Room 302 - Recept.
2 PIRSES - SALLE 305A-B GFI
500
15
19
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
20
20
1,000
Room 302 - Recept.
Room 305B Recept
500
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
22
20
1,000
Room 506 - Recept.
20
1,000
Room 506 - Recept.
ÉCLAIRAGE CORRIDOR
15
21
SPARE
15
23
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
24
SPARE
15
25
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
26
20
1,000
Room 506 - Recept.
27
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
28
20
1,000
Room 506 - Recept.
29
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
30
15
500
Motor. Damper/ EF-12 - RM 302
15
31
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
32
15
500
Motorized Damper - RM506
15
33
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
34
Room 310 & 311 Hand Dryer
RoomS 310 & 311- EF-5 & EF-6
950
950
342
SPARE
BORNE DE RECHARGE DE 14,500
VEHICLE ÉLECTRIQUE 14,500
Opérateur - barrière coulissante
420
420
15
70
15
3,600
40
3,600
Room 302 - HRV-1
35
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
36
37
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
38
39
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
40
15
500
Room 501 Recept.
41
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
42
15
500
Room 501 Recept.
3,600
Room 404 - Recept.
500
15
43
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
44
15
500
Room 501 Recept.
Room 404 - Recept.
500
15
45
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
46
15
500
Room 405 - Recept.
500
15
47
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
48
15
500
Room 405 - Recept.
500
15
49
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
50
20
1,000
Room 511 Recept.
Room 602 Motorized Damper/ EF-9
Room 602 - Recept.
Room 408 - Recept.
500
15
51
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
52
20
1,000
Room 602 - Recept.
Room 408/513 - Recept.
500
15
53
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
54
20
1,000
Room 602 - Recept.
Room 601/603 Recept.
1,000
20
55
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
56
20
1,000
Room 602 - Recept.
Room 601 Recept.
1,000
20
57
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
58
20
1,000
Room 601 Recept.
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
60
20
1,000
Room 601 Recept.
20
1,000
Room 601 Recept.
1,000
500
47
Room 601 Recept.
Room 601 Room 604 - EF-3
Room 601 Recept.
1,000
20
59
Room 601 Recept.
1,000
20
61
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
62
Room 601 Recept.
Room 601 Recept.
Spare
1,000
1,000
20
20
15
63
65
67
_.-._
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_|___|___*_
_.-._
_.-._
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
64
66
68
20
15
15
69
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
70
15
_.-._
72
Spare
20
Space
Total Phase A
Total Phase B
Total Phase C
71
32.89
19.37
31.97
kW
kW
kW
_.-._
_|___|___*_
Spare
Space
<GFI> = Ground fault detector
<k>
= Breaker locking device
Total Panel Load :
84.23 kW
Section 26 24 16.01
Project No. DFS-5001 / A000566A
ANNEX A
Page 5
Date:
Main Breaker:
Supply Volts:
Installation:
Fed from PD1/T1
Panel Identification: PS1
Location: MAIN ELECTRICAL ROOM
Main Bus: 100A
DESCRIPTION
WATTS AMP. CIR.
A
B
C
August 8, 2016
100A
120/208V, 3PH, 4W
SURFACE
CIR. AMP. WATTS
DESCRIPTION
Workstation Area - Recept.
500
15
1
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
2
15
500
ROOM 201 - 3 RECEPTACLES
Workstation Area - Recept.
500
15
3
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
4
15
500
ROOM 201 - 3 RECEPTACLES
Workstation Area - Recept.
500
15
5
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
6
15
500
Room 201 - Recept
7
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
8
15
500
Room 204 - Recept
15
500
Room 204 - Recept
Workstation - Power Pole
Workstation - Power Pole
Workstation - Power Pole
Workstation - Power Pole
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
15
15
15
15
9
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
10
11
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
12
15
500
Room 204 - Recept
13
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
14
15
500
Room 205 - Recept
15
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
16
15
500
Room 205 - Recept
15
500
Room 205/202 - Recept
17
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
18
19
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
20
15
500
Room 205/202 - Recept
21
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
22
15
500
Room 205/202 - Recept
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
24
20
1,000
15
500
1,400
Workstation Area - Recept.
500
15
23
Room 306 - Recept
500
15
25
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
26
Room 306 - Recept
500
15
27
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
28
15
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
30
15
97
Room 103 - EF-4
15
500
Room 304 - Recept
Room 306 - Recept
500
15
29
Room 306 - Floor Monument
500
15
31
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
32
Room 406 - Recept
500
15
33
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
34
20
1,000
Room 406 - Recept
500
15
35
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
36
15
500
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
38
15
500
20
1,000
Room 205 - Printer
Room 204 - Floor Monument
Room 103 - Hand Dryer
Corridor - Utility Recept.
Workstation Area - Recept.
Room 309 - Recept
500
15
37
Room 309 - 3 Recept.
500
15
39
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
40
Room 309 - Recept
500
15
41
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
42
15
500
Room 701 - Recirc. Pump/VAV
500
15
43
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
44
15
500
Room 402A/402B - Recept
500
15
45
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
46
15
216
Room 402A/402B - EF-7/EF-8
500
15
47
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
48
15
500
Room 307 - Recept
15
49
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
50
15
500
Room 307 - Recept
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
52
15
500
Room 307 - Recept
15
500
Room 307 - Recept
15
500
Room 403 - Recept
500
Room 309 - SPLIT RECEPT.
Room 309 - MICROWARE REC.
SPARE
Room 303 - Recept
Room 701 - Utility Recept
Room 309 -Fridge Recept.
750
20
51
Room 309/312 - EF-1/EF-2
185
15
53
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
54
Room 312 - Recept
500
15
55
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
56
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
58
15
15
Spare
15
Spare
Room 407 - Recept
500
15
57
Room 407- Recept
500
15
59
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
60
Spare
15
61
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
62
Spare
15
63
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
64
Space
Space
Space
Total Phase A
Total Phase B
Total Phase C
Room 403 - Recept
Space
65
_.-._
_|___|___*_
_.-._
66
Space
67
_.-._
_*___|___|_
_.-._
68
Space
69
_.-._
_|___*___|_
_.-._
70
Space
Space
71
_.-._
72
Space
8.75
11.12
8.78
kW
kW
kW
_.-._
_|___|___*_
<GFI> = Ground fault detector
<k>
= Breaker locking device
Total Panel Load :
28.65 kW