Scranton Section 11 40 00 (120110)

Scranton Section 11 40 00 (120110)
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SECTION 11 40 00 – FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT
PART 1 – GENERAL
1.1
SCOPE
A. The work referred to in this section consists of furnishing all labor and material
required to provide and deliver all equipment hereinafter specified into the building,
uncrate, assemble, hang, set in place, level, and completely install, exclusive of final
utility connections.
B. Furnish all labor and material required to relocate all equipment note as
existing/relocated. Contractor to remove, store in secure location and redeliver all
existing/relocated equipment. Contractor to clean and repair equipment as necessary
to ensure equipment is in full working order.
C. Contractor to coordinate the installation of all foodservice equipment noted as Vendor
and/or Owner supplied.
1.2
SUBMITTALS
A. Upon award of Contract, furnish Xcelerated Concepts with hard copies of the
following drawings, in accordance with the approved project schedule, which shall be
made on sheets equal in size and matching the bid set drawing size. Reproduced copies
of bid documents will not be accepted for this purpose in any fashion.
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Equipment specified for fabrication shall be detailed and fully dimensioned to a
minimum scale of ¾” = 1’-0” for plan and elevation views and 1-1/2” = 1’-0” for
sections.
Prepare separate electrical and mechanical dimensioned rough-in drawings at ¼” =
1’-0” scale showing exact point of penetration of floors, walls, and ceilings for all
services required to operate the equipment that the Contractor shall furnish.
These drawings shall also show exact locations of final connections to equipment.
Indicate floor drains, floor sink, receptacles, lights, and other special conditions.
Dimensioned drawings shall be submitted showing the location and size of all bases,
depressions, special height walls, openings in walls for equipment, and critical
dimensions, etc. Drawings shall be drawn to a scale of not less than ¼” = 1’-0”.
B. Manufacturers’ Data: Upon award of Contract, submit bound copies of Manufacturers’
Illustrations and Technical Data to Xcelerated Concepts for review prior to
procurement. Items of Standard Manufacture shall be submitted, including items
purchased to be built into fabricated equipment. Each illustration shall be marked to
describe accurately the item to be furnished as specified, including voltage, phase, load,
accessories, etc.
C. Manufacturers’ List: Submit in writing a list of all manufacturers’ representatives of the
foodservice equipment, such as convection ovens, ranges, etc., and their authorized
service agencies’ addresses and telephone numbers.
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D. Foundation Data: Data and drawings shall be submitted for each item, if any, requiring
special foundations, structures, or supports. Such foundations, structures, or supports
will be provided and installed by other appropriate trades in accordance with the
drawings and specifications which shall be provided by the Contractor and reviewed by
the Architect.
E. Operation and Maintenance Manuals: Bound copies of operation, maintenance, and
parts manuals shall be supplied for all equipment items of standard manufacture
including standard component assemblies built into all custom-fabricated items.
F.
Review by Xcelerated Concepts of the drawings and brochures submitted by the
Contractor does not waive the responsibility of the Contractor to furnish each item of
equipment in complete compliance with the specifications and contract drawings.
G. The number of copies of all submittals shall be as determined by Xcelerated Concepts.
For this project six (6) copies are required.
H. Samples: Samples of materials, products, fabrication methods, and reworking of
damaged areas or equipment shall be submitted for review upon request at no
additional cost, before proceeding with the work.
1.3
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Standard Products: Materials, products, and equipment furnished under this contract
shall be the standard items of manufacturers regularly engaged in the production of
such materials, products, and equipment and shall be of the manufacturers’ latest design
that complies with the specifications.
B. Manufacturers’ Qualifications: Manufacturers shall be regularly engaged in the
production of the items furnished and shall have demonstrated the capability to furnish
similar equipment that performs the functions specified or indicated herein.
C. Installation Qualifications: Contractor shall use adequate numbers of skilled workmen
who are thoroughly trained and experienced in the necessary crafts and who are
completely familiar with the specified requirements and the methods needed for
proper performance of the work defined in this Section.
D. Coordination of Work: Coordinate work with the respective trades performing
preparatory work for installation of equipment under this Contract, including, but not
limited to: construction of pits, trenches, receptors; rough-in of supply, waste and vent
piping; electrical connections; and field verification of dimensions.
1.4
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A. Deliver foodservice equipment in containers designed to protect equipment and finish
until final installation. Make arrangements to receive equipment at project site or to
hold in warehouse until delivery can be made to job site.
B. Store foodservice equipment in original containers and in location to provide adequate
protection to equipment while not interfering with other construction operations.
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C. Handle foodservice equipment carefully to avoid damage to components, enclosures,
and finish. Do not install damaged foodservice equipment; replace and return damaged
components to equipment manufacturer.
1.5
APPLICABLE CODES AND STANDARDS
A. Except as otherwise indicated, each item of equipment shall comply with the latest
current edition of the following standards as applicable to the manufacture, fabrication,
and installation of the work in this section. Comply with all Federal, State, and
Municipal regulations and notifications which bear on the execution of this work.
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NSF Standards: Comply with applicable National Sanitation Foundation standards
and criteria and provide NSF “Seal of Approval” on each manufactured item and on
custom-fabricated work.
UL Standards: For electrical components and assemblies, provide either UL
labeled products or, where no labeling service is available, provide a complete
index of the components used as selected from the UL “Recognized Component
Index.”
ANSI Standards: Comply with applicable ANSI standards for electric-powered and
gas-burning equipment. Comply with ANSI B57.1 for compressed gas cylinder
piping and connections and with applicable standards of the Compressed Gas
Association for water connection air gaps and vacuum breakers.
AGA: All gas-fired equipment shall be AGA approved, equipped to operate on the
type gas available at the job site, and shall contain 100% automatic safety shut-off
devices.
NFPA Standards: Comply with NFPA Bulletin 96 for exhaust systems; with NFPA
Bulletins 13, 17, and 96 for fire extinguishing systems; and with NFPA 54, National
Fuel Gas Code and NFPA 70, National Electrical Code.
ASME Code: Comply with ASME boiler code requirements for steam-generating
and steam-heated equipment; provide ASME inspection, stamps, and certification of
registration with National Board.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Call to the attention of the Owner in
writing any design conflict with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA) during Bid Process so resolution can be affected prior to Contract
Award.
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A. Visit the job site to field check actual wall dimensions and roughing-in and be
responsible for furnishing, fabricating, and installing the equipment in accordance with
the available space and utility services as they exist on the job site for an accurate fit.
B. Check all door openings, passageways, elevators, etc., to be sure that the equipment
can be conveyed to its proper location within the building and, if necessary, check with
the Contractor regarding the possibility of holding wall erection, placement of
doorjambs, windows, etc., for the purpose of moving the equipment to its proper
location. Any removal and rebuilding of walls, partitions, doorjambs, etc., necessary to
place the equipment or, if caused by incorrect information on the Contractor’s
drawings, shall be done at the expense of the Contractor.
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C. Physically check the location and utility size of all “rough-ins” at the job site for
compatibility with the equipment being installed before finished floors, walls, and/or
ceilings are in place.
D. Check electrical characteristics and water, steam, and gas pressure. Provide pressureregulating valves where required for proper operation of equipment.
1.7
GUARANTIES AND WARRANTIES
A. Self-contained or remote refrigeration systems furnished under this Contract shall be
provided with start-up and a one-year service contract providing free service, 24 hours
per day, seven days per week, including parts and labor. Hermetic or semi-hermetic
compressors shall be covered by the manufacturers’ factory warranty for an additional
four years. Other equipment provided shall include a one-year warranty covering parts
and labor, plus any extended warranties as normally provided by individual manufacturers. Equipment including refrigeration systems both self-contained and remote shall be
warranted by the Contractor on the project for one year as indicated in the preceding
sentence. The first day of the first year commences upon the earlier of 1) the date the
equipment is put into production at the facility or 2) the date the equipment is
accepted by Xcelerated Concepts.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
GENERAL
A. The equipment and its component parts shall be new and unused. All items of standard
manufactured equipment shall be current models at the time of delivery. Parts subject
to wear, breakage, or distortion shall be accessible for adjustment, replacement, and
repair.
B. Means shall be provided to ensure adequate lubrication for moving parts. Oil holes,
grease fittings, and filler caps shall be accessible without the use of tools.
C. Plastic nameplates, to identify controls on fabricated equipment and when specified
elsewhere, shall be provided of two-ply, 1/16”, rigid plastic material which shall be
specifically manufactured for engraving such nameplates. The finished nameplate shall
be machine engraved with white letters on a black background and shall have edges
beveled at a 45° angle. Nameplates shall be attached using an adhesive recommended
by the manufacturer of the engraving material.
D. The design of the equipment shall be such as to provide for safe and convenient
operation. Covers or other safety devices shall be provided for all items of equipment
presenting safety hazards. Such guards or safety devices shall not present substantial interference to the operation of the equipment. Guards shall provide easy access to
guarded parts.
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E. Trim shall not be an acceptable substitute for accuracy and neatness. When trim is
required and accepted by Architect in lieu of rejection of items of equipment, it shall be
the Contractor’s responsibility to provide same at no additional cost.
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Unless otherwise specified herein, no material lighter than #20 gauge shall be
incorporated into the work. Gauges for sheet iron and sheet steel shall be U.S.
Standard Gauges and finished equipment gauge thickness shall not vary more than 5%
plus or minus from the thickness indicated below.
GAUGE
THICKNESS
GAUGE
THICKNESS
#10
0.135
#16
0.060
#12
0.105
#18
0.048
#14
0.075
#20
0.036
G. Materials or work described in words which have a well-known and accepted technical
or trade meaning shall be held to refer to such accepted meanings.
2.2
MATERIALS
A. Submit a certified copy of the mill analysis of materials if requested by the Architect.
B. Stainless steel sheets shall conform to ASTM A240, Type 304 Condition A, 18-8, having
a No. 4 finish. A No. 2B finish shall be acceptable on surfaces of equipment not
exposed to view. Sheets shall be uniform throughout in color, finish, and appearance.
C. Stainless steel tubing and pipe shall be Type 304, 18-8, having a No. 4 finish, and shall
conform to either ASTM A213 if seamless or ASTM A249 if welded.
D. Rolled shapes shall be of the cold-rolled type conforming to ASTM A36.
E. Galvanized sheet steel shall conform to ASTM A526; where extensive forming to take
place, conform to ASTM A527; conform to ASTM A525, coating designation G115,
chemical treatment.
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Galvanized steel sheets shall be cold-rolled, stretcher leveled, bonderized, and rerolled
to ensure a smooth surface.
G. Castings shall be corrosion-resisting metal containing not less than 30% nickel. Castings
shall be rough ground, polished, and buffed to bright luster and free from pit marks,
runs, checks, burrs, and other imperfections. In lieu of corrosion- resisting metal
castings, die-stamped or cast 18-8 stainless steel will be acceptable.
H. Not used
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Sealant, wherever required, for sealing backsplashes to walls, cabinet bodies to
concrete or tile bases, roll-in refrigerators to floors, or other types of application shall
be Dow-Corning #780 or General Electric “Silastic” or approved equal in either clear
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or approved color to match surrounding surfaces and applied in accordance with
sealant manufacturers’ recommendations for smooth, sealed finish.
2.3
FINISHES
A. Paint and coatings shall be of an NSF approved type suitable for use in conjunction with
foodservice equipment. Such paint or coating shall be durable, non-toxic, non-dusting,
non-flaking, and mildew resistant; shall comply with all governing regulations; and shall
be applied in accordance with the recommendations of the manufacturer.
B. Exterior, galvanized parts, exposed members of framework, and wrought steel pipe
where specified to be painted shall be cleaned, properly primed with rust-inhibiting
primer, degreased, and finished with two (2) coats of epoxy-based grey hammertone
paint, unless otherwise specified.
C. Stainless steel, where exposed, shall be polished to a #4 commercial finish. Where
unexposed, finish shall be #2B. The grain of polishing shall run in the same direction
wherever possible. Where surfaces are disturbed by the fabricating process, such
surfaces shall be finished to match adjacent undisturbed surfaces.
D. Galvanized shelving shall not be painted.
E. Fabricated equipment shall be spray coated with plastic suitable for protecting the
equipment during transport and installation. The coating shall be easily removable and
shall be removed after the equipment installation is complete at the work site or,
alternatively, when directed by the Owner.
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2.4
Exposed surfaces on brass, bronze, or steel shall be plated with chromium over nickel
in accordance with Federal Specifications WW-P-541, Paragraph 9.5 and Table 9.4,
unless otherwise specified.
ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL REQUIREMENTS
A. Standard UL listed materials, devices, and components shall be selected and installed in
accordance with NEMA Standards and recommendations and as required for safe and
efficient use and operation of the foodservice equipment without objectionable noise,
vibration, and sanitation problems.
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Provide recognized commercial grade signals, “on-off” pushbuttons or switches,
and other speed and temperature controls as required for operation of each item,
complete with pilot lights and permanent engraved, plastic laminate signs and
graphics identifying each item. Provide stainless steel cover plates at controls and
signals.
Each item requiring electrical power shall be equipped with either a terminal box
for permanent connection or with cord and plug for interruptible connection, as
indicated. Provide NEMA standard grounding type plugs, where used.
Furnish foodservice equipment completely wired internally using wire and conduit
suitable for a wet location, including a separate grounding wire. Provide electrical
outlets and receptacles required to be mounted on or in fabricated equipment and
interconnect to a suitable terminal box (subpanel, starter, or disconnect switch if
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so specified) with all wires neatly tagged showing item number, voltage characteristics, and load information.
Receptacles for all wall- and floor-mounted outlets will be provided to be used for
plug-in equipment with characteristics as noted on the drawings. Provide Hubbell
three-wire or four-wire grounding-type connectors and neoprene cords installed
on each item of plug-in equipment to match receptacles provided.
Electrically heated equipment shall be internally wired to a thermostatic control
and an “on-off” red neon light indicator, which shall be mounted in a terminal box
on a removable stainless steel access panel.
Only rigid steel conduit shall be used, zinc-coated where unexposed and
chrome-plated where exposed. Wiring shall be run concealed wherever possible.
Provide on or for each motor-driven appliance or electrical heating or control unit,
a suitable control switch or starter of the proper type and rating and in accordance
with Underwriters Code wherever such equipment is not built in.
Appliances shall be furnished complete with motors, driving mechanism, starters,
and controllers, including master switches, timers, cut-outs, reversing mechanism,
and other electrical equipment if and as applicable. Wiring and connection
diagrams shall be furnished with electrically operated machines and for electrically
wired fabricated equipment.
Appliances shall be of rigid construction, free from objectionable vibration.
Quietness of operation of all foodservice equipment is a requirement. Remove or
repair any equipment producing objectionable noise and/or vibration as directed by
Xcelerated Concepts.
Motors shall be of the drip-proof, splash-proof, or totally enclosed type, having a
continuous duty cycle and ball bearings, except small timing motors which may
have sleeve bearings. Motors shall have windings impregnated to resist moisture.
Motors located where subject to deposits of dust, lint, or other similar matter
from the machine on which installed shall be of the totally enclosed type. Motors
shall have ample power to operate the machines for which designated under full
load operating conditions without exceeding their nameplate ratings. Horsepower
requirements on driven equipment shall be determined by the manufacturer based
on normal operation at maximum capacity. The nominal rated motor horsepower
shall be not less than the horsepower required for normal operation of the
equipment at maximum capacity. Insulation shall be NEMA Class B, or better.
Cover plates shall be furnished and installed for all electrical outlets, receptacles,
switches, etc., to match the material and finish of the equipment to which they will
be fastened.
Switches, controls, etc., shall be conspicuously labeled as to use with plastic
nameplates secured to the adjacent surface as previously specified in Article 2.01C. Submit a sample for approval if requested by Architect.
Where specified for custom fabricated equipment, provide compartment with
electrical sub-panel which shall be pre-wired in conduit concealed in cabinet body
construction and connected to all electrical components built into or set upon the
counter. Electrical sub-panel shall be UL listed, 3-phase, 4-wire circuit breaker
type with a ground buss main breaker and individual breakers for each serviced
load. Buss shall be copper and the circuit breakers shall be the molded case, bolton type with thermomagnetic quick-make, quick-break trip. Multi-pole circuit
breakers shall have an internal trip bar. The circuit breakers shall have an
interrupting capacity of 10,000 amperes at 120 volts and there shall be a separate
breaker for each connected load. Each breaker shall be sized for 125% of the
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connected load and a minimum of two (2) extra, single pole, 20 amp circuit
breakers shall be provided. The loads shall be connected through the breakers in a
phased sequence to balance the load on each phase.
B. Water inlets shall be located above the positive water level wherever possible to
prevent siphoning of liquids into the water supply system. Wherever conditions shall
require a submerged inlet, a suitable type of check valve (except in jurisdictions where
check valves are prohibited) and vacuum breaker shall be provided with the fixture to
prevent siphoning. Where exposed, piping and fittings shall be chrome-plated. Where
vacuum breaker piping is through equipment, provide chrome -plated escutcheon
plates to cover holes.
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Kitchen Equipment Contractor to provide and install indirect waste lines from
equipment which will discharge into floor drains or safe wastes, chrome-plated
where exposed. Extend to a point at least 1” (or as required by local or state
code) above the rim of the floor drain, cut bottom on 45-degree angle and secure
in position. Kitchen Equipment Contractor to coordinate all necessary
requirements with the General Contractor.
Horizontal piping lines shall be run at the highest possible elevation and not less
than 6” above the floor, through equipment where possible.
No exposed piping in or around fixtures or in other conspicuous places shall show
tool marks or more than one thread at the fitting.
Steam operating valves on or in fabricated and purchased foodservice equipment
shall be provided with composition hand wheels, which shall remain reasonably
cool in service.
Provide suitable pressure-reducing valves for equipment with such components
that might reasonably be expected to be affected over a period of time by adverse
pressure conditions, including but not limited to dishwashers, booster heaters,
coffee urns, steam boilers, etc.
C. Not Used
2.5
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
A. Refer to Part 4 for complete itemized product specifications.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
INSTALLATION
A. Begin installing the equipment at the time the building is ready to receive the equipment
and in accordance with the schedule.
B. Provide a competent foreman or supervisor for erection of equipment and to
coordinate with other trades regarding connections, installation, and inspection.
Coordinate delivery schedule to ensure adequate openings in the building to receive
the equipment.
C. Refrigeration work shall be accomplished in an approved manner, using first quality
fittings, controls, valves, etc. Refrigeration items shall be started up, tested, adjusted,
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and turned over to the Owner in first-class condition and left operating in accordance
with the manufacturer’s specifications.
D. Equipment that rests on masonry bases shall be set level onto a bed of silicone rubber
sealant.
E. Equipment that butts to a wall or against other equipment shall be sealed with silicone
rubber sealant. Trim strips or other items requiring fasteners shall be set in a bed of
silicone rubber sealant and fastened with suitable stainless steel fasteners 48” or less on
centers. Prior to the application of sealant, surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned and
degreased.
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Install and interconnect electrical controls, switches, or other units which are separately furnished for field installation in or on equipment provided, unless otherwise
specified.
G. Refrigeration systems shall be installed and wired in strict conformance with the
manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations. Ensure that all refrigerationcondensing units are ventilated properly and are accessible for repair, maintenance, and
inspection.
H. Hang blower coils per the manufacturer’s recommendation at the locations as shown
on the drawings. Unit shall be mounted sloping such that the drain pans are pitched to
the drain lines. The coils shall be hung using nylon or other approved non-conductive,
non-corrosive fasteners. Furnish #12 gauge galvanized steel fish plates of suitable size
and shape on the exterior ceiling of the walk-in to spread the weight of the coils
adequately. The coils shall be connected to the condensing unit and the installation
shall constitute a complete working system capable of maintaining the interior
temperatures specified regardless of the heavy usage the walk-in units may receive.
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Furnish and install a copper drain line from each coil outlet to a point 1” above the
floor drain. Drainlines shall be trapped immediately above the floor drain. The freezer
drainline shall be wrapped with a continuous electrified heater tape.
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Refrigeration tubing shall be the Type L, ACR hard drawn degreased, sealed copper and
shall be installed with horizontal runs sloped 1” per 20 feet toward the condensing
units. Refrigerant piping shall be properly supported by adjustable hangers spaced and
adjusted to the drop required. Where vertical runs of more than 5’ occur in the
suction line, the risers shall be trapped at the bottom. Piping is to be installed so that
refrigerant or oil cannot drain back into the coils from the suction line.
K. Suction and refrigerant lines shall be insulated with minimum ½” Armaflex or equal
type insulation. Metal pipe sleeves shall be provided where piping passes through a
wall, ceiling, or floor. Space around the tubing shall be filled with mastic insulating
compound. Install a permanent suction line filter in each compressor suction line with
pressure fitting ahead of the filter to facilitate checking of pressure drop through the
filter. Penetrations through walk-in cooler or freezer structures shall be fully insulated
and sealed to be vapor tight to prevent condensation within any light fixtures, switch
boxes, junction boxes, or any other fittings. Refrigeration and drain lines shall be fully
sealed and provided with escutcheon plates by the installer.
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Furnish and completely install a thermostat to control the refrigeration temperatures
for each individual compartment.
M. The condensing units shall be mounted on a welded steel rack. The rack shall contain
accessories and components necessary to form a complete condensing unit package.
Each condensing unit shall have a factory mounted, pre-wired control panel/disconnect
switch complete with circuit breakers, contactors, and time clocks as required.
N. The refrigeration systems shall be furnished with a one-year refrigeration service
contract, covering all parts and labor, with service available seven days per week, 24hours per day. Continuation of the service contract after the first year shall be an
option. The refrigeration system shall be warranted for one year and the compressors
shall carry the manufacturer’s extended five-year warranty.
O. Furnish four (4) copies of complete remote refrigeration system control wiring and
piping diagrams. One (1) copy shall be framed in Plexiglas and mounted at compressor
location.
P. Coordinate the equipment work with the respective trades so that electrical and
mechanical components built into the equipment will conform and/or adapt to the type,
materials, and characteristics of the building components.
Q. Install heated and motor-driven equipment so as to operate efficiently. Provide
additional vents, guards, deflectors, and other accessories as needed at no additional
cost. Note such additions or modifications on the shop drawings and bring to Architect’s attention by special accompanying letter.
3.2
FABRICATION
A. Items of fabricated equipment shall be fabricated in the same factory and shall be similar
in construction details, materials, methods, and appearance to similar types of items so
fabricated under this contract.
B. Each fabricated item of equipment shall include necessary reinforcing, bracing, and
welding with the proper number and spacing of uprights and cross members for
strength. Wherever standard sheet sizes will permit, the tops of all tables, shelves,
exterior panels of cabinet type fixtures, and doors and drainboards shall be constructed
of a single sheet of metal. Except where required to be removable, flat surfaces shall
be secured to vertical and horizontal bracing members by welding or other approved
means to eliminate buckle, warp, rattle, and wobble. Equipment not braced in a rigid
manner and which is subject to rattle and wobble shall be unacceptable, and the
Contractor shall add additional bracing in an approved manner to achieve acceptance.
C. Suitable pipe slots shall be provided on fabricated equipment to accommodate service
and utility lines and mechanical connections. These slots shall be of proper size and
shall be neatly made with turned up edges around to eliminate cutting or defacing of
equipment on the job. Cabinet bases shall be provided with an inner panel duct at the
ends or rear of the cabinet allowing adequate space to conceal vertical piping. Such
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work, when performed at the job site, shall be of the same quality as similar work
performed in the shop.
D. Exposed surfaces shall be free from bolt and screw heads. When bolts are required,
they shall be of the concealed type and be of similar composition as the metal to which
they are applied. Where bolt or screw threads on the interior of fixtures are visible or
may come into contact with hands or wiping cloths, they shall be capped with a
stainless steel acorn nut and stainless steel lock washer.
E. Where screw threads are not visible or readily accessible, they shall be assembled with
stainless steel lock washers and nuts. Wherever bolts or screws are welded to the
underside of trim or tops, the reverse side of the weld shall be finished uniformly with
the adjoining surfaces. Depressions at these points shall not be acceptable.
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Rivets shall not be permitted in any location.
G. Welding shall be the heliarc method with welding rod of the same composition as the
sheets or parts welded. Welds shall be complete, strong, and ductile with excess metal
ground off and joints finished smooth to match adjoining surfaces. Welds shall be free
of mechanical imperfections such as gas holes, pits, cracks, etc., and shall be continuously welded so that the fixtures shall appear as one piece construction. Butt welds
made by spot solder and finished by grinding shall not be acceptable.
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Spot welds shall have a maximum spacing of 3”. Tack welds shall be of at least ¼”
length of welding material at a maximum space of 4” from center to center. Weld
spacing at the ends of the channel battens shall not exceed 2” centers.
In no case shall soldering be considered as a replacement for welding, nor shall any
soldering operation be done where dependence is placed on stability and strength
of the joint.
Fixtures shall be shop fabricated of one piece and shipped to the job completely
assembled wherever possible. Equipment too large to transport or enter the
building as one piece shall be constructed so that the field joints can be welded at
the job site.
Exposed joints shall be ground flush with adjoining material and finished to
harmonize therewith. Whenever material has been sunk or depressed by welding
operation, such depression shall be suitably hammered and peened flush with the
adjoining surface and, if necessary, again ground to eliminate low spots. In all cases,
the grain of rough grinding shall be removed by successive fine polishing operations.
Unexposed welded joints on undershelves of tables or counters in stainless steel
construction shall be suitably coated at the factory with an approved metallic-based
paint.
After galvanized steel members have been welded, welds and areas where
galvanizing has been damaged shall have a zinc dust coating applied in conformance
with U.S. Government Military Specification Number MIL-P-26915.
H. Butt joints and contact joints, wherever they occur, shall be close fitting and shall not
require filler. Wherever break bends occur, they shall be free of undue extrudence
and shall not be flaky, scaly, or cracked in appearance; where such breaks do mar the
uniform surface appearance of the material, such marks shall be removed by suitable
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grinding, polishing, and finishing. Wherever sheared edges occur, they shall be free of
burrs, fins, and irregular projections and be finished to obviate danger of cutting or
laceration when the hand is drawn over them. In no case shall overlapping materials be
acceptable where miters or bullnosed corners occur.
I.
The grain of polishing shall run in the same direction on horizontal and on vertical
surfaces of each item of fabricated equipment except in the case where the finish of the
horizontal sections of each shall terminate in a mitered edge. Where sinks and
adjacent drainboards are equipped with backsplash, the grain of polishing shall be
consistent in direction throughout the length of the backsplash and sink compartment.
J.
Component parts, whether fabricated by the Contractor or purchased for building into
the fabricated equipment, shall conform to the following.
Bolts, screws, nuts, and washers shall be of steel, except where brass or stainless steel
is fastened, in which case they shall be of brass or stainless steel, respectively. Where
dissimilar metals are fastened, bolts, screws, nuts, and washers shall be of the higher
grade metal. The spacing and extent of bolts and screws shall be such as to ensure
suitable fastening and prevent buckling of the metals fastened.
3.3
START-UP AND TESTING
A. Supply a trained person who shall start up equipment, test, and make adjustments as
necessary, resulting in each item of equipment performing in accordance with the
manufacturer’s specifications.
B. Gas-fired equipment shall be checked by the local gas company as to calibration, air
adjustments, etc., and adjustments made as required. Arrange and coordinate such visit.
3.4
CLEAN-UP
A. At completion of the installation, clean up, lubricate, and adjust where necessary items
of equipment provided and turn them over in first-class condition.
1.
2.
3.5
Where stainless steel surfaces are disturbed by the installation or fabricating
process, such surface shall be finished to match adjoining undisturbed surfaces.
At the completion of the installation work, stainless steel shall be gone over with a
portable polishing machine and buffed to perfect surfaces. Painted surfaces shall be
carefully gone over and retouched as required.
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTIES
A. Arrange for demonstrations and instructions for operating the equipment as requested
and at times selected by the Owner. Furnish to the Owner instructions and service
manuals for items of equipment that are mechanically operated or that require periodic
service. Provide a list of such equipment showing the manufacturer’s warranty for
equipment at jobsite location and how warranty service will be provided when
necessary.
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SEISMIC RESTRAINTS
A. The Contractor will be required to install items so designated in these contract
documents according to the “SMACNA Guidelines for Seismic Restraint of Kitchen
Equipment” in any State, province, or jurisdiction that has legislated this requirement as
necessary for acceptance.
The Contractor will be responsible for:
1.
2.
3.
Identifying these items on his submittal drawings, Plans, Elevations, and Sections.
Showing required SMACNA methods of restraint on his submittal drawings.
Referencing the appropriate detail(s).
B. If no SMACNA detail exists for a particular situation, the Contractor is responsible for
preparing and obtaining approval for a special attachment detail:
1.
2.
Detail must be prepared by an engineer licensed by the State having jurisdiction
over the project and accompanied by the supporting calculations used in the
design.
Contractor is responsible for ensuring that the restraint design is appropriate to
the building’s structural conditions and the surfaces to which the equipment will be
secured.
PART 4 – ITEM SPECIFICATIONS
All items listed on the contract drawings under the heading "Foodservice Equipment
Schedule" shall be furnished in strict accordance with the foregoing specifications and with
the following detailed item specifications.
Item No. 1 - Walk-in Complex
Penn Refrigeration Model CUSTOM
One walk-in cooler /freezer combination, Size and shape per plan by 8’-6” high
4” Urethane insulation
NSF & UL approved
18 ga. embossed aluminum exterior finish
18 ga. embossed aluminum interior wall panel finish
18 ga. white embossed aluminum interior ceiling panel finish
Insulated floor panels prepped for quarry tile installation, over ¾” foamed-in place plywood
underlayment
The floor panels will be installed into a recess, creating an even entrance from the surrounding
area
Two flush mounted, infitting walk-in doors one cooler and one freezer doors with;
34” X 76” clear buck opening
Vinyl strip curtain
Kason K-77 positive closing latch
Inside safety release
Keyed cylinder lock
Two self-closing cam-lift hinges
Kason 1094 spring action door closer
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14” X 14” heated triple pane vision panel
3’ high, 1/8” thick, aluminum diamond-tread kickplates on the interior and exterior of the doors
2” dial thermometer
Pre-wired light switch with a “light-on” pilot light
Vapor proof compact fluorescent light fixture [with bulbs] mounted above the doorframe
The freezer doorframe will provided with a heated pressure relief port and 115v heater cable
Four 4’ fluorescent light fixtures [without bulbs] will be supplied loose to the jobsite
Vertical trim will be provided where the cabinet abuts the existing building walls
The walk-in cabinet will be installed indoors
3’ high, 1/8” thick, aluminum diamond-tread wainscoting on all exposed exterior panels along
with boston Boston ecoRigid bumper, 2”, installed on all exterior panels, color #018 (grey).
Coordinate mounting height in field
Item No. 2 - Package Refrigeration System
RDT Model RDMC2-9
Provide complete operational package refrigeration system per RDT Project #13341.
Installation to include the following:
Provide roof curb to GC, GC to install
Set system on roof, including all rigging as required
Install all refrigeration lines and fully insulate with Armaflex insulation per manufacturers
recommended thickness.
Control wiring to be run by electrical contractor
Hang all evaporator coils and install all drainlines and heat tape.
Provide complete start-up and fully operation system per general specifications.
Item No. 2A - Evaporator Coil, +35F
RDT Model ADT
Specified as part of Package Refrigeration System, Item #2.
Item No. 2B - Evaporator Coil, -10F
RDT Model LET
Specified as part of Package Refrigeration System, Item #2.
Item No. 2C - Evaporator Coil, +35F
RDT Model ADT
Specified as part of Package Refrigeration System, Item #2.
Item No. 2D - Evaporator Coil, +35F
RDT Model ADT
Specified as part of Package Refrigeration System, Item #2.
Item No. 2E - Evaporator Coil, -10F
RDT Model LET
Specified as part of Package Refrigeration System, Item #2.
Item No. 2F - Evaporator Coil, -10F
RDT Model LET
Specified as part of Package Refrigeration System, Item #2.
Item No. 2G - Evaporator Coil, +35F
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RDT Model ADT
Specified as part of Package Refrigeration System, Item #2.
Item No. 3 – SHELVING UNIT, REFRIGERATOR
Metro Model MXxxxxG Series
MetroMax i series shelving unit, provide complete shelving unit with four tiers of shelving per
unit, 74” posts, cut posts as required to allow for clearance below evaporator coils. Size, shape
and qty. per Plan
Accessories:
MetroMax Q Stem Caster, for use with MetroMax Q and
MetroMax I shelving, , brake, 5" diameter, 1-1/4" wide face,
polyurethane wheel tread, 300 lb. capacity, NSF
Item No. 3A Dunnage Rack
Metro Model HP2248PD
Metro Bow-Tie Dunnage Rack, 22" x 48" x 12" H, slotted, with separate polymer tie
for joining racks, corrosion proof polymer construction, NSF
Item No. 4 – DRY STORAGE SHELVING
Metro Model MQxxxxG Series
MetroMax Q series shelving unit, provide complete shelving unit with five tiers of shelving per
unit, 74” posts. size, shape and qty. per Plan
Item No. 5 – SHELVING UNIT, MOP CLOSET
Metro Model MXxxxxG Series
MetroMax i series shelving unit, provide complete shelving unit with four tiers of shelving per
unit, 74” posts, cut posts as required to allow for clearance below evaporator coils. Size, shape
and qty. per Plan
Accessories:
MetroMax Q Stem Caster, for use with MetroMax Q and
MetroMax I shelving, , brake, 5" diameter, 1-1/4" wide face,
polyurethane wheel tread, 300 lb. capacity, NSF
Item No. 6 - SINK, MOP
Select Stainless Model MS-2020-12
Mop Sink, floor mounted, 20" wide, 20" long, 12" high water level, 3-1/2" drain, 16/300
stainless steel
Accessories:
Mop Hanger, 10" x 24", stainless steel
T&S Service Faucet, for mop sink
Item No. 7 - RACK, UTILITY
Metro Model RD13N
Tray Rack, mobile, end load, single section, pass-thru, 21-1/4" W, 68-1/4" H, 26-1/2"
D, pass-thru, open sides with slides for (40) 18"x26" pans, slides on 1-1/2" centers,
riveted aluminum construction
Accessories:
Mobile Tray Rack Corner Bumper Set, gray, adds 1/2" to overall width
and 1" to overall depth of rack
Super Erecta Dolly Plate Caster, swivel, 5" diameter, 1-3/8" wide
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face, donut neoprene, 225 lb. capacity
Item No. 8 – HAND SINK, WALL MOUNT
Select Stainless Model SHS-1-SK
Hand Sink, wall mount, with skirt, 10" front-to-back x 12" wide x 6" deep, 16/300 s/s, 7"
backsplash with gooseneck faucet, includes basket drain & mounting brackets
Accessories:
Wrist action handles
KEC to mount soap & towel dispenser provided by Operator
Item No. 9 - Wall Shelf
Select Stainless Model 6WS-12
Shelf, wall mount, 12" x 72", ends turned down, back turned up 2", 16/300 stainless
Steel, Mount shelf at +54” AFF
Item No. 10 - ICE BIN, 860 LBS.
Follett Corporation Model DEV860SG-48-LP
Low-Profile Ice-DevIce, chuted bin, 860 lb. bin storage, for cube or Chewblet ice
only, incl: (1) polyethylene Tote, Tote cap. 25 lb., paddle, rake, poly liner,
SmartGATE, poly lift door w/PowerHinge, s/s ext, 10" legs, custom cut top
Accessories:
Ice Paddle, high density poly, 46-1/2" long, for single door Upright
Ice-DevIce bins
Ice Rake, vinyl handle, aluminum shaft, s/s rake, for use with single
door upright bins
Ice Scoop, poly, 82 oz
Item No. 11 - Ice Maker, Cube-Style
Hoshizaki Model KM-1301SRH
Ice Maker, Cube-Style, remote air-cooled, remote condenseR,
approximately 1353-lb production/24 hours, stainless steel finish, crescent cube style,
R-404A refrigerant, ENERGY STAR qualified
Accessories:
Remote Condenser, Item 11A
Item No. 11A – REMOTE CONDENSER
Hoshizaki Model URC-14F
Remote condenser, rooftop mounted. KEC to provide complete operation system.
Item No. 12 - WORK TABLE W/ SINK
Select Stainless Model Custom Fabricated
Custom fabricated worktable with sink per plans & specifications
Accessories:
14 ga. type 304 s/s construction
Encloses backsplash
Z-clips to wall
T&S splash mounted heavy-duty faucet
T&S 1-1/2” lever drain with over flow
S/S undershelf
Submit shop drawing for approval
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Item No. 13 - Food Mixer
Hobart Model HL200-1STD
Mixer, Planetary, Bench, 20-qt. capacity, 3 fixed speeds/stir speed, gear-driven trans,
15 min. SmartTimer, #12 taper attach hub, manual bowl lift, s/s bowl, aluminum "B"
beater, s/s "D" wire whip, s/s bowl guard, 1/2 hp, cord w/plug
Item No. 14 – POT/UTENSIL RACK
Metro Model PR48VX3
MetroMax i Mobile Drying Rack Unit, 24" W, 48" L, 75-1/2" H, 4 tier, includes (2)
drop-ins and (1) cutting board/tray drying rack, built in Microban antimicrobial product
protection
Item No. 15 – POT WASHER
Hobart Model UW50-11VFC
Utensil Washer, Front Load w/split door design, top mount controls, over/under rotating
arms, s/s construction, (1) flat grid, (2) tray & (1) flat bottom racks, pre-rinse spray
hose, 10 kw tank heat, 14 kw booster heater, Vent Fan Control
Accessories:
Drain water tempering kit
Water hammer arrestor kit
3/4" brass pressure regulator
Item No. 15A – Condensate Hood
CaptiveAire Model VHB-G
Provide complete hood system per Captive Aire drawings and quote: #1233343
System to be installed per all local codes
Item No. 16 – Wall Shelf
Select Stainless Model 7WS-12
Shelf, wall mount, 12" x 84", ends turned down, back turned up 2", 16/300 stainless steel, mount
wall shelf at +54” AFF
Item No. 17 – Three Compartment Sink
Select Stainless Model 3B2028-2D24-14
Sink, three compartment, w/24" left & right hand drainboards, 28" front-to-back x 20"
wide x 14" deep, 14/300 s/s bowls, 9" high backsplash, 1-1/2" raised rolled edge, s/s
H-frame legs with adjustable s/s feet, NSF
Accessories:
Flanged feet, all-welded construction, stainless steel
Higher backsplash to 14" max (per linear foot)
Disposal cone weldment (cone by others)
Disposal Control Panel, 12" x 16"
Vacuum Breaker Holes (per set)
One-piece stainless steel skirt front for 3 compartment sink
Heavy Duty Faucet, splash-mount, 8" centers, 12" long
Twist Handle Lever drain, 1-1/2" drain outlet
Twist Handle Lever drain, 1-1/2" drain outlet, with overflow
Lever drain bracket
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Item No. 18 - FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
Ansul Model R102
Provide complete operation system per local code requirements. System to provide coverage
for exhaust hood #63. Provide mechanical gas valve for installation by G.C.
Item No. 19 - Work Table
Select Stainless Model 9SU-30-14
Work Table, 30"W x 108"L, 14/300 s/s top with turned down edges, 18 gauge s/s
undershelf & 16 gauge s/s legs & adjustable s/s feet, all-welded construction, NSF
Accessories:
Drawer, 20" x 20" x 5", stainless steel pan
Flanged Foot, stainless steel
Pot Rack, table mount, circular design w/tubular table support, 108"
long, 3/16" x 2" s/s flat bar, includes (3) s/s pot hooks per foot
Shelf, for circular table mount pot rack, 12" x 108", all sides turned
down, 16/300 stainless steel
Item No. 20 - Baker's Table
John Boos Model BT3S03
Baker's Table, 30" W x 72" L, 1-3/4" Hard Rock maple top with Varnique finish, 4"
coved backsplash on back & both ends, open cabinet base with 3 drawers, stainless
steel bullet feet, welded set-up, NSF
Accessories:
Dough Trough, stainless steel gutter with open ends,
Flange Foot, adjustable, stainless steel, 3-1/2" dia., set of 4
Overshelf, double, 12" W x 72" L, stainless steel, for maple top, center
mounted 18" above table top, second shelf 12" above first
Item No. 21 Ingredient Bin
Rubbermaid Model FG360088WHT
Ingredient Bin, mobile, 2-3/4 cu. ft., 29-1/4"L x 13-1/8"W x 28"H, slant front w/sliding
lid, 32 oz. scoop, seamless construction, 3" extra wide casters front fixed & rear swivel,
white base/clear lid, USDA, FDA, NSF
Item No. 22 - Cook/Hold Oven Cabinet, Electric
Alto-Shaam Inc. Model 1000-TH-II
Halo Heat Slo Cook & Hold Oven, electric, low-temp, double deck, 120 lb capacity
each - (4) full-size pans per compt, (3) s/s wire shelves, manual controls, heavy duty
stainless steel construction, 5" casters; 2 rigid, 2 swivel with brakes, EcoSmart, UL,
CE, NSF
Accessories:
Solid Doors hinged per Plan
Bumper, full perimeter
Item No. 23 - OVEN, COOK/HOLD, SMOKE/HOLD
Alto-Shaam Inc. Model 1767-SK/III
Halo Heat Slo Cook Hold & Smoker Oven, electric, double deck, standard depth, 100
lb capacity each - (9) 12" x 20" full-size pans, electronic controls and probe, heavy duty
20 gauge stainless steel construction with solid door, 5" casters; 2 rigid, 2 swivel with
brakes, EcoSmart, cUL, CE
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Accessories:
208-240v/60/1, 32.0amps, 7.7kW (no cord or plug), standard
Doors hinged per Plan
Bumper, full perimeter
Item No. 24 - OVEN, CONVECTION, GAS
Garland/US Range Model MCO-GS-20
Master Series Convection Oven, gas, double-deck, standard depth 41-1/2", (2) speed
fan, Master 450 solid state digital control w/Cook 'n' Hold, electric ignition, dependent
60/40 doors with windows, stainless steel front, sides & top, porcelain cavity,
6-1/2"legs, EnerLogic Technology, 120,000 BTU (Garland)
Accessories:
(2) 120v/60/1-ph, 9.4 amps, 6' cord & NEMA 5-15P, std.
Low profile casters w/front brakes (set of four) double deck ovens only
48” Dormont Gas Flex Hose w/Quick Disconnect & Restraining Device
Item No. 25 - Food Mixer
Hobart Model HL600-1STDDEL
Legacy Planetary Mixer, 2.7 HP, 60-qt., four fixed speeds, gear trans, 50 min. timer,
#12 attach hub, power bowl lift, s/s bowl, "B" beater, "D" wire whip, "ED" dough hook,
bowl scraper, bowl truck, ingredient chute, bowl guard
Accessories:
One (1) extra 60-qt. bowl and truck
40 QT. S/S Bowl and truck
40 QT. Aluminum "B" Flat Beater
40 QT. S/S "D" Wire Whip
40 QT. "ED" Dough Hook
40 qt. Bowl splash cover lexan
40 qt. Scraper
Item No. 25A - FILLER, KETTLE & POT
T & S Brass Model B-0610
Pot Filler Faucet, splash-mounted, 8" centers, vacuum breaker, flexible stainless steel
hose, 68"L, hooked nozzle with self-closing valve, 1/2" IPS female inlets, built-in check
valves
Item No. 26 - EXHAUST HOOD
Captive-Aire Model ND-2-PSP
Provide complete hood system per Captive Aire drawings and quote: #1233343
System to be installed per all local codes
UL Listed
Provide and install complete energy management system, EMS Plus, per manufacturer’s
recommendation.
Item No. 26A - FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
Ansul Model R102
Provide complete operation system per local code requirements. System to provide coverage
for exhaust hood #26. Provide mechanical gas valve for installation by G.C.
UL Listed
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Item No. 27 - Proofer Cabinet, Roll-in
Baxter Manufacturing Model BPW1E-34
Proofer Cabinet, roll-in, single 35.5" wide, 31" interior depth, holds (1) single end or
side load rack, stainless steel exterior & interior, eye-level digital control panel, electric
heat, field reversible door, without floor
Accessories:
94" H Upper Trim, 34" D
Interior light kit, for use in all BPW & BRPW models
Stainless steel door
Item No. 28 - OVEN, CONVECTION, GAS
Baxter Manufacturing Model OV500G1
Rotating Rack Oven, Gas, curved front, holds (1) single rack, programmable digital
controls, auto rack lift, self-contained steam system stainless steel construction, fully
fired sealed hood, flush floor, single vent
Accessories:
Advanced Controls, w/4-stage bake & 99 programmable menus
Item No. 29 - Work Table
John Boos Model BAK03
Bakery Prep Table, 30" W x 72" L, 1-3/4" laminated Hard Rock maple top with 4"
coved backsplash on back & both ends, stainless steel fixed undershelf, bun pan rack
[holds (8) 18" x 26" pans], legs & gussets, 5" heavy duty casters (2 with locks), KD,
NSF
Accessories:
Dough Trough, stainless steel gutter with open ends
Item No. 30 – Soda System
By Vendor
Item No. 30A – Bulk CO2 System
By Vendor
Item No. 31 - Walk-in Complex
Penn Refrigeration Model CUSTOM
One walk-in cooler /freezer combination, Size and shape per plan by 8’-6” high
4” Urethane insulation
NSF & UL approved
18 ga. embossed aluminum unexposed exterior finish
20 ga. smooth black galvanized steel exposed exterior finish
18 ga. embossed aluminum interior wall panel finish
18 ga. white embossed aluminum interior ceiling panel finish
Insulated floor panels prepped for quarry tile installation, over ¾” foamed-in place plywood
underlayment
The floor panels will be installed into a recess, creating an even entrance from the surrounding
area
Four flush mounted, infitting walk-in doors two cooler and two freezer doors with;
34” X 76” clear buck opening
Vinyl strip curtain
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Kason K-77 positive closing latch
Inside safety release
Keyed cylinder lock
Two self-closing cam-lift hinges
Kason 1094 spring action door closer
14” X 14” heated triple pane vision panel
3’ high, 1/8” thick, aluminum diamond-tread kickplates on the interior and exterior of the doors
2” dial thermometer
Pre-wired light switch with a “light-on” pilot light
Vapor proof compact fluorescent light fixture [with bulbs] mounted above the doorframe
The freezer doorframe will provided with a heated pressure relief port and 115v heater cable
The merchandising cooler will be provided with one set of 7 Anthony model 101NT glass
merchandising doors
26” X 75” glass reach-in doors
Smooth black finish
2 pane non-heated, gas filled, reflective glass panels
7 tiers of black epoxy coated wire shelving
ELS Lighting
Anti-condensate controller
The merchandising freezer will be provided with one set of 6 Anthony model 101LT glass
merchandising doors
26” X 75” glass reach-in doors
Smooth black finish
2 pane heated, gas filled, reflective glass panels
7 tiers of black epoxy coated wire shelving
ELS Lighting
Anti-condensate controller
Eight 4’ fluorescent light fixtures [without bulbs] will be supplied loose to the jobsite –mounted
& wired by others
Vertical trim will be provided where the cabinet abuts the existing building walls
The walk-in cabinet will be installed indoors
3’ high, 1/8” thick, aluminum diamond-tread wainscoting on exposed exterior panels facing
kitchen area along with Boston ecoRigid bumper, 2”, installed on all exterior panels, color #018
(grey) or #012 (black). Coordinate mounting height in field
Item No. 32 – Wall Shelf
Select Stainless Model 6WS-14
Shelf, wall mount, 14" x 72", ends turned down, back turned up 2", 16/300 stainless
Steel. Mount shelf at +54” AFF
Item No. 33 - Self-Service Refrigerated Open Air-Screen Case
Structural Concepts Model HV38RSS
Encore Self-Service Refrigerated Open Air Screen Case, 40"L, 51-1/4"H,
self-contained Breeze refrigeration system w/evaporator pan, (3) lighted glass
shelves (16",20",24"D)
Accessories:
Self-contained refrigeration system, standard
Casters (not available with remote refrigeration)
Interior: Stainless steel in lieu of standard black
Exterior: Stainless steel (includes rear of case)
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Rear Exterior: Stainless steel (only with stainless steel exterior)
Trim: Silver
Left end panel: Cutaway w/glass end panel in lieu of full w/mirror
Right end panel: Cutaway w/glass end panel in lieu of full w/mirror
Night curtain, retractable, non-locking
Item No. 34 – Service Counter, Bakery
Millwork
Custom fabricated per Plans and Specifications
Item No. 35 - REFRIGERATOR, SANDWICH/SALAD PREP
Delfield Model 4448N-18M
Mega Top Refrigerator, two-section, 48"W, 10.7 cu. ft, (2) doors, stainless steel top
w/polyethylene cutting board & (18) 1/6 size plastic pans, ABS interior sides, stainless
steel front & sides, 5" casters, front-breathing rear-mounted refrigeration system, 1/5
hp
Accessories:
Stainless steel back
Composite cutting board, 1/2" thick in lieu of standard polyethylene
Flat lift-off lid in lieu of standard
Item No. 36 – Soup/Bread Counter
Millwork
Custom fabricated per Plans and Specifications
Item No. 37 – Service Counter, Deli
Millwork
Custom fabricated per Plans and Specifications
Item No. 38 REFRIGERATOR, REACH-IN
Traulsen Model AHT132WUT-HHS
Spec-Line Refrigerator, Reach-in, One-Section, self-contained refrigeration, stainless
steel exterior, aluminum interior, standard depth, half-height doors, INTELA-TRAUL
microprocessor controls
Accessories:
Door hinged per Plan
#1 Tray slide for (1) 18"x26" or (2) 14"x18" pans - per pair
Casters, 6" high (set of 4)
Item No. 39 – Condiment Counter
Millwork
Custom fabricated per Plans and Specifications
Item No. 40 - DELI CASE, REFRIGERATED
Structural Concepts Model RDG5948R
Renaissance Service Refrigerated Deli Merchandiser, 59"L, Breeze self-contained
refrigeration w/evap. pan, curved lift-up front glass, top light, (1) lighted metal shelf,
sliding glass rear doors, black interior, black trim, (2) cutaway w/glass ends
Accessories:
Casters (not available on remote units)
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Interior: Stainless steel in lieu of standard black
Exterior: Stainless steel
Trim: Silver in lieu of standard black
Scale stand with appliance receptacle
Rear wrapping board, 8" deep
Item No. 41 - Walk-in Complex
Penn Refrigeration Model CUSTOM
One walk-in cooler, Size and shape per plan by 8’-6” high
4” Urethane insulation
NSF & UL approved
18 ga. embossed aluminum exterior finish
18 ga. embossed aluminum interior wall panel finish
18 ga. white embossed aluminum interior ceiling panel finish
Insulated floor panels prepped for quarry tile installation, over ¾” foamed-in place plywood
underlayment
The floor panels will be installed into a recess, creating an even entrance from the surrounding
area
Two flush mounted, infitting walk-in doors one cooler and one freezer doors with;
34” X 76” clear buck opening
Vinyl strip curtain
Kason K-77 positive closing latch
Inside safety release
Keyed cylinder lock
Two self-closing cam-lift hinges
Kason 1094 spring action door closer
14” X 14” heated triple pane vision panel
3’ high, 1/8” thick, aluminum diamond-tread kickplates on the interior and exterior of the doors
2” dial thermometer
Pre-wired light switch with a “light-on” pilot light
Vapor proof compact fluorescent light fixture [with bulbs] mounted above the doorframe
The freezer doorframe will provided with a heated pressure relief port and 115v heater cable
Four 4’ fluorescent light fixtures [without bulbs] will be supplied loose to the jobsite
Vertical trim will be provided where the cabinet abuts the existing building walls
The walk-in cabinet will be installed indoors
3’ high, 1/8” thick, aluminum diamond-tread wainscoting on all exposed exterior panels along
with boston Boston ecoRigid bumper, 2”, installed on all exterior panels, color #018 (grey).
Coordinate mounting height in field
Item No. 42 – Backcounter w/ Sink
Select Stainless Model 11TCB-30
Work Table, 18/300 s/s cabinet base w/open front, 30"W x 132"L, 16/300 s/s top w/5"
backsplash, 7" s/s legs with adjustable feet, all-welded construction, NSF
Accessories:
Bull Nose Edge
Table End Splash, right side
Fabricated Sink Bowl, 20" front-to-back x 12" wide x 12" deep, 16/300
stainless steel
Heavy Duty Faucet, splash-mount, 8" centers, 12" long
Twist Handle Lever drain, 1-1/2" drain outlet
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Lever drain bracket
Integral Splash Guard, for sinks 10" x specified table width
Fabricated Sink Bowl, 20" front-to-back x 20" wide x 12" deep, 16/300
stainless steel
Bullet Foot, stainless steel
Provide enclosed cabinet with door below each sink
Item No. 43 - Food Slicer
Hobart Model 2912-1
Slicer, semi-automatic, angle fd, 12" s/s CleanCut knife, MICROBAN antimicrobial
product protection, gauge plate interlock, Poly-V-belt, permanent ring guard, 6-spd
auto. s/s knife cover, top mounted sharpener, low fence, s/s carriage with tilt
Accessories:
Food chute
Heavy meat grip
Container for catching sliced product
Item No. 44 – Panini Grill
Equipex Model PANINI
Sodir Panini Grill, cast iron top & bottom griddle plates, 14"W x 9-1/2"D grill area,
adjustable spring counterbalanced top, front drip tray & scraper, grills with s/s
construction, 570ºF thermostatic controls, UL
Accessories:
Grooved top/bottom
Item No. 45 – Deli Case, Refrigerated
Structural Concepts Model LG8
Fusion Service Refrigerated Single Deck Deli Merchandiser, 99-1/2" L, Breeze
refrigeration system, curved lift-up front glass, single deck, top light, sliding acrylic rear
doors, full end panels w/mirror, black interior, stainless steel tub & fan shroud,
stainless steel rear exterior, NSF7
Accessories:
Breeze self-contained refrigeration system, standard
Base Support: Casters
Fan Motors: Energy efficient
Evaporator Coil: Coated
Interior: Stainless steel
Exterior: Stainless steel
Trim: Silver
Lower Front panel: Stainless steel
Upper Rear: Clear acrylic rear sliding doors, standard
Rear Ledge: Richlite, brown
Left end panel: Cutaway end panel in lieu of full w/mirror, per end
Right end panel: Cutaway end panel in lieu of full w/mirror, per end
Step/Riser: 2"H full depth display riser (n/a with shelf)
Condiment Rail: Condiment pan support rails, stainless steel
Item No. 47 Air Curtain Refrigerator, Corner Unit
Structural Concepts Model LOWO9
Fusion Self-Service Refrigerated Single Deck Deli Outside Wedge Merchandiser,
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71-3/4" L, remote refrigeration (compressor supplied by others), single deck, no end
panels, black interior, laminated upper front panel, stainless steel tub & fan shroud,
stainless steel rear exterior, NSF7
Accessories:
One year parts & labor warranty, standard
Remote refrigeration with expansion valve, solenoid valve and
thermostat (does not include condensing unit), requires floor drain,
standard
Contact factory or refer to specification sheet for electrical information
on remote refrigeration systems
Electrical Access: Front access for remote only
Fan Motors: Energy efficient
Evaporator Coil: Coated
Interior: Stainless steel
Exterior: Stainless steel
Lower Front panel: Stainless steel
Rear Ledge: Stainless steel
Left end panel: Full end panel w/mirror in lieu on no end panel (no
mirror with s/s exterior), per end
Right end panel: Full end panel w/mirror in lieu on no end panel (no
mirror with s/s exterior), per end
Step/Riser: 2"H full depth display riser (n/a with shelf)
Item No. 48 SERVICE COUNTER, DELI
Metro Model SERVICE COUNTER, DELI
Item No. 49 REFRIGERATOR, REACH-IN
Traulsen Model AHT232DUT-HHS
Spec-Line Refrigerator, Reach-in, 48" wide, self-contained refrigeration, stainless steel
exterior, aluminum interior, standard depth, half-height doors, INTELA-TRAUL
microprocessor controls
Accessories:
115v/60/1ph, 10.4 amps, w/cord & plug attached, standard
1 yr service/labor, 5 yr compressor & 2 yr control warranty, standard
Left door hinged left/right hinged right, std. (only)
#1 Tray slide for (1) 18"x26" or (2) 14"x18" pans - per pair
S/S back w/rear louvers (not available on pass-thrus)
Casters, 6" high (set of 4)
Item No. 52 SERVICE COUNTER, BAKERY
Metro Model SERVICE COUNTER, BAKERY
Item No. 53 REFRIGERATOR, REACH-IN
Traulsen Model AHT132DUT-HHS
Spec-Line Refrigerator, Reach-in, 24" wide, self-contained refrigeration, stainless steel
exterior, aluminum interior, standard depth, half-height doors, INTELA-TRAUL
microprocessor controls
Accessories:
115v/60/1ph, 8.0 amps, w/cord & NEMA 5-15P, standard
1 yr service/labor, 5 yr compressor & 2 yr control warranty, standard
Door hinged on right, standard
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#1 Tray slide for (1) 18"x26" or (2) 14"x18" pans - per pair
S/S back w/rear louvers (not available on pass-thrus)
Casters, 6" high (set of 4)
Item No. 54 Holding Cabinet
Alto-Shaam Inc. Model AR-7H-DBLPANE
Halo Heat Holding Cabinet, solid back, single compartment, (1)ON/OFF adjustable
thermometer, individual light & temperature gauge, pan capacity (8) 18"x26"x1", (16)
18"x13"x1", double pane curved glass door, 5" casters - 2 rigid; 2 swivel w/brakes, s/s
exterior, EcoSmart
Accessories:
208-240v/50/60/1, 9.5amps, 2.3kW, NEMA 6-15P
Stainless steel exterior standard
Right-hand door swing, std.
Item No. 55 Oven, Electric, Rotisserie
Alto-Shaam Inc. Model AR-7E-DBLPANE
Rotisserie Oven, countertop, electric, (7) removable s/s angled spits, 21-28 chicken
capacity, cook-n-hold, electronic LED control with display, drip pan with drain, double
pane curved glass door, solid back, s/s construction, 4" adjustable legs, EcoSmart,
cUL, CE
Accessories:
208v/60/1, 40.0amps, 8.3kW, bare end, no plug
Upgrade to deluxe model (includes programmable menu memory
control)
Stainless steel exterior standard
Right-hand door swing, std.
Stacking Hardware, AR-7E over AR-7H (208-240v, 3 phase)
Multi-Purpose Wire Baskets (.50 diameter pin), for AR-7E
Angled Skewer, stainless steel
Piercing Skewer, stainless steel
Turkey Skewer, stainless steel1
Angled V Skewer, Teflon coated, for AR-7E
Item No. 56 Gas Fryer
Frymaster Model H55-SC
High Efficiency Open Full Pot Fryer, gas, heavy duty floor model, 50 lb capacity,
w/solid state controller, melt cycle, boil-out, electric ignition, sealed ON/OFF switch,
part of the Manitowoc EnerLogic program, s/s pot, door and cabinet, 80,000 BTU,
NSF, CSA, CE, ENERGY STAR
Accessories:
One year parts and labor warranty, std.
Gas type to be specified
Electrical specs must be specified
Spreader cabinet, WITH filter, s/s door and cabinet (add to price of
FootPrint/FootPrint Pro)
Footprint PRO Model FP Filtration System (to go with 2 fryers)
Filter Magic Brush, 27-1/2" x 2-1/4"
Spreader located at right end of fryer battery
Food Warmer & Holding Station, includes; rod style heat lamp, cord &
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plug, 12 x 20 x 2-1/2" s/s cafeteria-style pan & screen for filter magic
unit
NOTE: For fryers w/Foot Print Filters casters are standard
Quick Disconnect, with gas line, 1" X 48", system only, for H55, MJ45,
MJ35 & MJCF
Cover, full pot, stainless steel
Item No. 57 Work Table
Select Stainless Model 2SL-30-14
Work Table, 30"W x 24"L, 14/300 s/s top with turned down edges, s/s legs with side &
rear crossrails & adjustable s/s feet, all-welded construction, NSF
Accessories:
1 ft
Bull Nose Edge (priced per ft.)
Pan Rack Slides, stainless steel, (priced per set of 2)
Casters, set of 4, 5", (2 with brakes)
Item No. 58 BROILER, UNDER-FIRED/GAS
Garland/US Range Model MST34B
Master Series Charbroiler, gas, 34"W x 23"D grill area, briquettes, flat/tilt grates, spark
ignition, pilot valve w/flame fail, 1-1/4" front manifold, storage base, s/s front, black
sides, (s/s exposed sides on batteries), 6" legs, 90,000 BTU (Garland)
Accessories:
One year limited parts and labor warranty, covers products purchased
and installed in the USA only, standard
Gas type to be specified
Rear gas connection, including "Tee" in manifold,end cap & cover
(Consult spec sheet and specify)
Natural Gas Regulator, 3/4" N.P.T. (Consult spec sheet and specify)
S/S side - left
S/S side - right
Casters with polyurethane wheels
Master Series Low Profile Backguard/Flue Riser, 10" H x 34" W, s/s
front and sides (Garland)
S/S main back (riser)
Item No. 59 Range, Gas, Heavy-Duty, 34"
Garland/US Range Model M44R
Master Series Heavy Duty Range, 34"W, gas, (4)35,000 BTU open burners, standard
oven w/Piezo ignition, 1-1/4" front manifold, s/s front, black sides, (s/s exposed sides
on batteries), 6" legs, 180,000 BTU (Garland)
Accessories:
One year limited parts and labor warranty, covers products purchased
and installed in the USA only, standard
Gas type to be specified
3/4" Rear gas connection, including "Tee" in manifold,end cap & cover
(Consult spec sheet and specify)
S/S side - left
S/S side - right
Casters with polyurethane wheels
NOTE: Oven base ranges require either Highshelf or backguard
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Item No. 60 Disposer
Salvajor Model 200-CA-12-ARSS-2
Disposer, with 12" cone assembly, 2 Hp motor, start/stop push button automatic
reversing ARSS-2 control, includes fixed nozzle, vacuum breaker, solenoid valve,
scrap ring and flow control, heat treated aluminum alloy housing
Accessories:
115v/60hz/1-ph, 24.0 amps
12" Stainless steel cone cover
Item No. 61 Hose Reel Assembly
T & S Brass Model B-1444-CV
Hose Reel Assembly, enclosed, stainless steel, 50' hose with blue spray valve,
includes vac breaker, check valves, 3/8" NPT flex connector assembly, 8" c/c wall
mount faucet & control valve in riser
Item No. 62 TILT SKILLET
Cleveland Range Inc. Model SGL30TR
DuraPan Tilting Skillet, Gas, 30-gallon capacity, modular open base, standard with
electric tilt mechanism, stainless steel construction, includes spring-assisted cover,
gallon markings and electronic spark ignition, food strainer, s/s level adjustable feet
Accessories:
One year limited warranty, standard
Gas type to be specified
120v/60/1-ph, 1.8 amps, standard.
Manual hand tilt (hydraulic)
2" tangent draw-off valve, front mounted left side, includes FSSK
strainer
Double Pantry Pre-Rinse Spray Hose (P/N B-0113)
Faucet bracket for R series floor model skillets
Item No. 62A FLOOR TROUGH
Advance Tabco Model FTG-1830
Floor Trough, 18"W, 30"L, 4"D, 14 gauge 304 s/s, includes s/s subway grating
constructed from 3/16" x 1" bars, removable s/s strainer basket, 4" O.D. waste pipe
3"L, pitched towards waste
Accessories:
1 ft
Anti-Splash Guard, factory installed (per linear foot)
Item No. 63 -
EXHAUST HOOD
Item No. 65 REFRIGERATOR, SANDWICH/SALAD PREP
Delfield Model F18SC60D
Refrigerated Counter, Salad Top, two-section, (1) 19" & (1) 27" door, stainless steel
top with (12) 1/6 size pan opening recessed 2" (pans not included), plate shelf, ABS
interior sides, stainless steel floor & back, side-mounted self-contained refrigeration,
6.12" adjustable stainless steel legs, NSF, 1/4 hp
Accessories:
115v/60/1-ph, 10.0 amps, NEMA 5-15P,std.
5 year compressor warranty (net)
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14 ga. s/s top, per linear inch
Cutting board, composite 1/2" thick, per sq.ft. (Contact factory for
price)
Casters, set of 4, add suffix "C" to model no.
Item No. 66 FREEZER, WORKTOP
Delfield Model F18FC62
Freezer Counter, Work Top, two-section, (2) 19" doors, stainless steel front and top,
ABS interior sides, stainless steel floor & back, side-mounted self-contained
refrigeration, 6.12" adjustable stainless steel legs, NSF, 1/2 hp
Accessories:
115v/60/1-ph, 12.0 amps, NEMA 5-15P,std.
5 year compressor warranty (net)
14 ga. s/s top, per linear inch
Cutting board, composite
Casters, set of 4, add suffix "C" to model no.
Item No. 67 - SERVICE COUNTER W/ HAND SINK
Metro Model –
Item No. 68 Heated Cabinet, Mobile, Half-Height
Alto-Shaam Inc. Model 750-S
Halo Heat Low Temp Holding Cabinet, on/off adjustable thermostat, indicator light,
capacity (10) 12" x 20" pans, (2) chrome plated side racks & (3) wire shelves, heavy
duty 20 gauge stainless steel exterior, 3-1/2" casters; 2 rigid, 2 swivel with brakes,
EcoSmart, UL, CE, EnergyStar rated
Accessories:
120v/60/1, 9.0amps, 1.1kW, NEMA 5-15P, standard
Doors hinged on right, standard
Bumper, full perimeter
Casters, 2-1/2", stem; 2 rigid, 2 swivel with brakes
Item No. 69 Food Processor, Electric
Hobart Model FP300+BUILDUP
Food Processor, angled continuous feed design, half-size hopper, 16 lb. per/minute
production cap., 430 rpm, s/s cutting surfaces, planetary gear transmission, triple
safety interlocks, aluminum housing, rubber feet, (unit only) 1 hp
Accessories:
6 Plates consisting of: (1) 3SLICE-1/16, (1) 3SLICE-5/32, (1)
3SLICE-7/32, (1) 3SLICE-3/8HD, (1) 3SHRED-3/16, (1) 3DICE-3/8, (2)
WA
Item No. 70 Metro Model –
SERVICE COUNTER, ENTREE
SERVICE COUNTER, ENTREE
Item No. 71 Oven, Microwave
Panasonic Model NE-1054
Pro Microwave Oven, 1000 Watts, single shelf, 10 programmable memory pads,
double quantity pad, Braille touch-control keypad, 6 power levels, bottom energy feed,
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stainless steel door, digital display, cavity: 13"Wx13"Dx8-1/16"H, 120v/60/1-ph, 13.4
amps, UL, NSF
Accessories:
1 year parts & labor warranty
NEMA 5-15P
Item No. 72 Metro Model -
SERVICE COUNTER, ENTREE
Item No. 73 HEATED SHELF
Hatco Model GR2S-60
Heated Shelf, Designer, Free-standing, built-in adjustable thermostat, hardcoat
aluminum top & blanket type foil element, designer exterior panels & corner caps, 4"
legs, 900 watt
Accessories:
NOTE: Sale of this product must comply with Hatco's Minimum Resale
Price Policy; consult order acknowledgement for details
NOTE: Includes 24/7 parts & service assistance, call 800-558-0607
120v/60/1-ph, 900W, NEMA 5-15P
Gray Granite, designer color (housing)
Gray Granite, designer inset panel color
Dark Gray, designer corner cap color
Item No. 74 Heat Lamp, Bulb Type
Hatco Model DL-750-RTL
Heat Lamp, (1) bulb type, 8-1/2" H x 11" Dia. shade, adjustable cord mount to track
adapter (33-3/8" - 71-7/8" overall length), lower switch location, No bulb included
(specify finish)
Accessories:
NOTE: Sale of this product must comply with Hatco's Minimum Resale
Price Policy; consult order acknowledgement for details
NOTE: Includes 24/7 parts & service assistance, call 800-558-0607
NOTE: This heat lamp is a custom order and is NOT returnable
120v/60/1-ph, 250 watt (Heat lamp only) standard
Heat Lamp Bulb, 250 Watt clear, coated
Black cord, standard
Track Mount Bar, 8', black
Designer color selected from list of standard colors and indicated on
order
Item No. 75 Sneeze Guard, Stationary
English Mfg. Model M-112
Sneezeguard, Pass-Over, Length per Plan, 12" wide top, posts 1" OD with brushed
stainless steel finish (2) end posts (4) center posts (10) 1/4" clear tempered glass
panels with polished edges
Accessories:
3/8" glass, in lieu of std
Stainless steel, standard
Brushed #4, standard
1" round post, standard
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End panel for M-112-1/4" tempered glass
Item No. 77 - MERCHANDISE GONDOLA
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 77A - MERCHANDISE GONDOLA
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 77B - MERCHANDISE GONDOLA
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 78 - MERCHANDISE DISPLAY
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 79 - BULK CANDY DISPLAY
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 80 – Bread Shelves
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 81 - MERCHANDISE GONDOLA
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 82 – Utensil Rack
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 83 - BEVERAGE COUNTER
Millwork
Custom fabricated per Plans and Specifications
Item No. 84 – Bread Display
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 85 – Cappuccino Machine
By Vendor
Item No. 86 - Airpot
By Vendor
Item No. 87 – Soup Well
Wells Model DELUXE SOUP
(21732) Deluxe Round Soup Cooker/Warmer, countertop, electric, 11-quart, s/s
construction
Accessories:
11 qt Round Inset, with hinged lid, no handles
Item No. 89 - REMOTE ORDERING TERMINAL
Provided By Owner
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Item No. 90 – Impulse Bin
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 91 – Stool, Cashier
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 92 - CASHIER COUNTER
Millwork
Custom fabricated per Plans and Specifications
Item No. 93 - POS TERMINAL
Provided By Owner
Item No. 94 – Air Curtain Merchandiser
True Food Service Equipment, Inc Model TAC-72RC
Vertical Air Curtain Merchandiser, 72"L, 81-3/4"H, (8) adjustable white cantilever
shelves, white vinyl exterior, white aluminum interior w/300 s/s floor/deck pans,
fluorescent interior lighting, leg levelers
Accessories:
Remote refrigeration
Exterior: Permanent non-peel non-chip black vinyl
Interior: Black aluminum w/black shelves
Sign, Plain White in lieu of standard
TAC Night Cover, for TAC-72, UL
Refrigeration from Package Refrigeration System, Item #2
Item No. 95 – Wall Shelf
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 96 – Coffee Surround
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 97 – Coffee Brewer
By Vendor
Item No. 98 – Condiment Organizer
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 99 Custom Model Item No. 100 – Sink, Drop-in
Advance Tabco Model DI-1-10SP
Drop-In Sink, one compartment, 10" wide x 14" front-to-back x 10" deep bowl, 6"
tapered side splash, 20 gauge stainless steel, with deck mounted gooseneck faucet,
basket drain
Accessories:
Extra Heavy Duty Gooseneck Faucet, 4" O.C. (Upgrade)
Item No. 101 – Cream Dispenser
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Item No. 102 – Soda Dispenser
By Vendor
Item No. 103 - Ice Maker, Cube-Style
Hoshizaki Model KM-650MRH
Ice Maker, Cube-Style, remote air-cooled, remote condenser (priced separately),
approximately 615-lb capacity/24-hours, stainless steel finish, crescent cube style,
R-404A refrigerant, 208-230v/60/1-ph, 7.1 amps, ENERGY STAR qualified
Accessories:
Mount on Soda Dispenser, Item 102. Provide mounting plate as required
Remote Condenser, Item 103A
Item No. 103A – Remote Condenser
Hoshizaki Model URC-5F
Remote condenser, rooftop mounted. KEC to provide complete operation system. KEC to
coordinate and verify condenser sizing based on line run.
Item No. 104 – Cup Dispenser
Provided By Owner/Core Concepts
Item No. 105 – Drip Trough
Millwork, Stainless Steel
Custom fabricated per Plans and Specifications
Item No. 106 – Trash Chute
Millwork, Stainless Steel
Custom fabricated per Plans and Specifications
Item No. 107 - Locker
Win-Holt Equipment Group Model WL-6
Locker, Double Tier, 3 columns, 2 lockers per column, 12" x 12" x 36" compartment,
doors are mesh grid vented
Accessories:
Slope top crown kit, 12"D, fits 3 columns wide, includes: 3 slope tops,
3-back supports, 2 end pieces
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