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					DIVISION 14 – CONVEYING SYSTEMS

SECTION 14200 – ELEVATORS

SUMMARY
  A. Electric Traction Elevators: No special requirements.
  B. Hydraulic Elevators: No special requirements.
  C. All elevators shall have a battery backup system that returns the elevator to the lowest floor
     and opens the doors in the event of a power outage.

WARRANTY
 A. Extended Warranty:
     1. 2-year minimum period.
     2. Bid as alternate.

MAINTENANCE
 A. Service Agreement:
      1. Non-proprietary: Sole-source arrangements discouraged.
      2. Period equal to extended warranty.
      3. Bid as alternate.

                                      MANUFACTURERS
  A.   Thyssen-Dover
  B.   Montgomery Kone
  C.   Otis
  D.   Schindler
  E.   Acceptable Substitute
SECTION 14215 – PRE-ENGINEERED ELEVATOR

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01       SUMMARY

    A.     Bidding Documents and Information, Conditions of the Contract and Division 1 - General Requirements
           apply to the Work of this Section of the Specifications.

    B.     Section Includes:
           1.       Pre-engineered traction passenger elevator system not requiring a machine room with a small
                    closet adjacent the elevator shaft, pit ladder, controllers, equipment, and fittings.

1.02       RELATED SECTIONS

    A.     Section 01351: Sustainable Project Requirements.

    B.     Setting of sleeves, inserts and anchoring devices in concrete is specified in Division 3, Section 03050:
           “Concrete”.

    C.     Subsills and structural framing of hoistway entrances are specified in Division 5, Section 05500: “Metal
           Fabrications”.

    D.     Carpet for elevator: Section 09680: “Carpet”.

    E.     Field painting of hoistway entrances is specified in Division 9, Section 09900, “Paints and Coatings”.

    F.     Ventilation of hoistway is specified in Division 15.

    G.     Electrical service to each elevator, including fused disconnect switch, is specified in Division 16 sections.

1.03       SUBMITTALS

    A.     General Requirements: Section 01330

  B.    Shop Drawings: Indicate the following minimum information on shop drawings:
1       Motor, controller, and other component locations.
2       Car, supporting beams, guide rails, and other components in hoistway.
3       Loads on hoisting beams.
4       Elevator control functions and operational description.
5       Hoistway layout with required clearances.
6       Wiring diagram detailing wiring for power, signal and control systems, differentiating clearly between
manufacturer installed wiring and field installed wiring. Indicate maximum and average power demands.

    C. Product Data: Submit data on the following items:
1          Signal and operating fixtures, operating panels, indicators.
2          Car design, dimensions, layout, and components.
3          Car and hoistway door and frame details.
4          Electrical characteristics and connection requirements.
     D.   Samples: Submit one sample, 8 x 8 inch in size illustrating car interior finishes, car and hoistway door and
          frame finishes, and handrail material and finish.

     E.   List of Successful In-Service Projects: If installer is not the manufacturer, provide a list of successful in-
          service installations within in the past 5 years.

1.04      DELIVERY, STORAGE AND PROTECTION

     A.   General Requirements: Section 01600.

1.05      ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS

     A.   Observe environmental precautions based on conditions.

1.06      QUALITY ASSURANCE

     A.   Perform Work in accordance with the following:
1         ASME A17.1 - Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators.
2         UL 10B - Fire Tests of Door Assemblies.
3         NFPA 80 - Fire Doors and Windows.
4         Americans with Disabilities Act.

     B.   Maintain one copy of each document on site.

     C.   Installer Qualifications: Engage the elevator manufacturer or an installer accepted by the elevator
          manufacturer and who has completed elevator installations similar in material, design and extent to that
          indicated for Project which have resulted in installations with a record of successful in-service
          performance.

1.07      WARRANTY

     A.   Special Project Warranty: Provide special project warranty, signed by Contractor, Installer and
          Manufacturer agreeing to replace, repair or restore defective materials and workmanship of elevator work
          during warranty period. This warranty shall be in addition to, and not a limitation of, other rights the
          Owner may have against the Contractor under the Contract Documents.
1         �Defective�is hereby defined to include, but not by way of limitation, operation or control system
failures, performances below required minimums, excessive wear, unusual deterioration or aging of materials or
finishes, unsafe conditions, the need for excessive maintenance, abnormal noise or vibration and similar unusual,
unexpected and unsatisfactory conditions.
2         Warranty period is 2 years starting on the date of Substantial Completion.

1.08      SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

     A.   Traction Elevator System, machine located inside hoistway mounted on car guide rail.

     B.   Characteristics of elevator as follows:
1.        Rated Net Capacity: 2,500 lbs.
2.        Rated Speed: 125 ft/min.
3.        Clear Inside Car Dimensions: 6 feet 8 inches x 4 feet 3 inches.
4.        Ceiling Height: 7 feet 7 inches.
5.        Hoistway and Car Entrance Frame Opening Sizes: 3 feet 6 inches wide x 7 feet 0 inches high.
6.        Door Type: Double panel.
7.        Door Operation: Center opening.
8.        Number of Stops: 2.
9.        Number of Openings: 2 Front; 1 Rear.
10. Comply with all requirements of Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 4.10.

    C. Controls System: Conform to the following criteria:
          1. Single Automatic Operation elevator control system, two-way self leveling.

    D. Special Operational Features:
1         Key operated at roof access only.
2         Interconnect elevator control system with building fire alarm.

1.09      CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS

    A.    Project Record Documents: Submit legible schematic of electric wiring diagrams describing installed
          equipment. Provide one copy of master schematic, mounted in plastic glazed metal frame, mounted on
          control closet wall.

    B.    Certificates and Permits: Provide Owner with copies of all inspection and acceptance certificates and
          operating permits as required by governing authorities to allow normal, unrestricted use of elevators.

    C.    Maintenance Manuals: Bound manual for each elevator or group of elevators, with operating and
          maintenance instructions, parts listing, recommended parts inventory listing, purchase source listing for
          major and critical components, emergency instructions and similar information.

1.10      MAINTENANCE SERVICE

    A.    Furnish service and maintenance of elevator for one year from Date of Substantial Completion. State
          services, obligations, conditions and terms for agreement period and for future renewal options. Service
          shall be performed once every 90 days minimum.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01      PASSENGER ELEVATORS

  A.     Manufacturers:
1        Thyssen-Dover Elevator Systems, Inc.
2        Kone Elevator Co. “EcoSpace”
3        Otis Elevator Co.
4        Acceptable Substitution. (Substitutions shall have no adverse affect on other trades, building dimensions,
construction schedule or building design. Any revisions to hoistway height, pit depth, control closet, or other
construction element requiring monetary adjustment shall be borne by the Elevator Supplier and installation
subcontractor).

2.02 COMPONENTS

  A. Materials:
1       Structural Components: As required to construct elevator system and conform to code.
2       Sheet Steel: ASTM A366/A366M Class 1.
3       Stainless Steel: ASTM A666 Type 304, #4 finish.
4       Aluminum: ASTM B221, extruded.
5       Plastic Laminate: NEMA LD-3, GP-50 type, matte surface finish, color/pattern as selected from
manufacturer’s full range.

  B. Equipment:
1        Motors, Controls, Buttons, Wiring and Devices, Indicators: UL permitted.
2        Guiderails, Cables, Spring Buffers, Attachment Brackets and Anchors: Purpose designed, sized according
to code with safety factors.
3        Accessories: a) Provide the Owner with the tool that opens elevator doors when closed. b) Provide the
Owner with 20 copies of keys that operate elevator.

2.03 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND COMPONENTS

    A. Electrical Characteristics:
1          8hp.
2          Full Load Running Current = 12 amps
3          Full Load Accel Running Current = 14 amps
4          Max. Motor Branch Short-Circuit Protection Rating = 15 amps
5          Protection Device Required Prior to Installation
6          Power supply: 480 v, 3 ph, 60 hz
7          Controller Heat output: 2.4 kBTU/ HR
8          Machine Heat output: 1.2 kBTU/HR
9          Starter Characteristics: WYE-DELTA STARTER requirements per manufacturer.

    B.    Disconnect Switch (by Electrical Contractor) to be located next to control panel.

    C.    Products Requiring Electrical Connection: Listed and classified by Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc., as
          suitable for purpose specified and indicated.+

    D.    Phone in car: auto dial to 970-490-3333, when handset is picked up.

2.04      EQUIPMENT: CONTROL COMPONENTS AND CONTROL SPACE

   A.    Controller: Provide microcomputer based control system to perform all of the functions.
1        All high voltage (110V or above) contact points inside the controller cabinet shall be protected from
accidental contact in a situation where the controller doors are open.
2        Controller shall be separated into two distinct halves; Motor Drive side and Control side. High voltage
motor power conductors shall be routed and physically segregated from the rest of the controller.
3        Provide a serial card rack and main CPU board containing a non-erasable EPROM and operating system
firmware.
4        Variable field parameters and adjustments shall be contained in a non-volatile memory module.

    B. Drive: Provide Variable Voltage Variable Frequency AC drive system to develop high starting torque with low
          starting current.

2.05 FABRICATION

  A. Car:
1        Flooring: Resilient sheet flooring, of type specified in Section 09650.
2        Walls: Plastic laminate on plywood.
3        Front Return Panel: Stainless steel.
4        Base: Resilient rubber cove, of type specified in Section 09650.
5        Ceiling: Translucent plastic panel.
6        Light Fixtures: Fluorescent. Minimum of 5 foot candles at controls, platform, threshold and landing sill.
7        Ventilation: Fan, grille in ceiling.
8        Car Control Panel and Face Plate: Stainless steel with illuminating call buttons. Flush mount faceplates
complying with ASME/ADA. If not otherwise indicated, mount in return panel adjacent to car door. Provide
operating device symbols as required by Code and with braille. Mark other buttons and switches with
manufacturer�s standard tactile identification and braille for required use or function. Main entry floor shall also be
designated by a �star.� Tactile markings shall be placed immediately to the left of the button to which they apply.
Characters and symbols shall contrast with their background. Provide key switch for roof access.
9       Car Position Indicator: Above door with illuminating �up� and �down� signal arrows or digital
numeric display. Also provide an audible signal to indicate that a car is arriving in response to a hall call and to
indicate direction of car travel. Signal shall sound once for up direction of travel and twice for down direction. 2-1/2
inches minimum in the smallest dimension.
10. Hand Rail: Stainless steel flat bar stock, spaced from wall 1-1/2 inches; placed at rear wall and side walls.
11. Bumper Rail: Stainless steel wrapped over wood, tight to wall; placed 6 inches above floor at rear wall and side
walls.
12. Pad Hooks: Stainless steel type.
13. Protective Pads: One set, canvas cover, padded, brass grommets.
14. Certificate Frame and Glazing: Stainless steel frame, clear plastic.
15. Telephone: Provide rough-in for telephone hand set in each car, contained in flush-mounted carinet and
complete with identification and instructions for use. The mounting height shall be a maximum of 4 feet and shall
be identified by a raised symbol adjacent to the device. Telephone shall automatically dial 490-3333 upon lifting.
Elevator installer shall stencil (paint) the name of the school (which will be determined before Substantial
completion) and the project street address on the back side of the telephone access door.
16. Alarm System: Provide emergency alarm bell properly located within building and audible outside hoistways,
equipped to sound automatically in response to emergency stops and in response to �Alarm�button on each car
control station.
17. Provide “NO SMOKING” text on car control panel to match other text on panel. Provide �In Case of Fire Use
Stairway� signs with appropriate graphic symbols and braille to match other text on panel.

  B. Car Entrances:
1        Car Doors: Baked enamel on steel; of insulated sandwich panel construction, flush design, rolled profiles,
rigid construction. Provide protective edge trim system.
2        Car Door Frames: Baked enamel on steel, welded corner design with smooth invisible joints.
3        Thresholds: Extruded aluminum type.

  C. Hoistway Entrances:
1         Hoistway Doors: Baked enamel on steel; of insulated sandwich panel construction, flush design, rolled
profiles, rigid construction.
2         Hoistway Door Frames: Baked enamel on steel; of rolled profiles, welded corner with smooth invisible
joints.
3         Door and Frame Construction: 1-1/2 hour fire rating.
4         Weatherstrip hoistway doors and frames to eliminate audible noise.
5         Sills: Extruded aluminum.
6         Jambs: Floor designation characters to be a minimum of 2 inches high, raised 1/32 inch, uppercase and
corresponding Braille. Locate per ADA requirements.

2.06 SIGNAL EQUIPMENT

  A. General: Provide signal equipment for each elevator to comply with requirements indicated below:
1         Provide illuminated hall car-call/landing buttons that lights when activated and remains lighted until call or
other function has been fulfilled. Provide one for originating UP and one for originating DOWN calls, one button
only at terminating landings. Fabricate of vandal-resistant translucent plastic. Call buttons to be 3/4 inch minimum
in the smallest dimension; vertical button arrangement; flush or raised. Locate per ADA requirements.
2         No Fire Department “Recall”.
3         Car Direction Indicators: Illuminating white, minimum of 2-1/2 inches in smallest dimension. In
conjunction with the car riding lantern device, provide an audible signal to indicate that a car is arriving in response
to a hall call and to indicate direction of car travel. Signal shall sound once for up direction of travel and twice for
down direction. Lantern must be visible from proximity of Hall Call button. Locate per ADA requirements.
4         Door and Signal Timing for Hall Calls: Minimum of 5 seconds between notification until doors begin to
close.
5         Door Closing Time Delay: Minimum of 3 seconds for doors to remain fully open in response to a call.
2.07     FACTORY FINISHING

 A.      Baked Enamel on Steel: Clean and degrease metal surface; apply one coat of primer sprayed and baked;
         two coats of enamel sprayed and baked; color as selected.

 B.      Stainless Steel: #4 Satin Polished.

 C.      Aluminum: Clear anodized finish.

2.08     PERSONAL PROTECTIVE DEVICES

 A.      Door Edge Protective Device: Provide retractable edge shoe on leading edges of elevator entrance doors
         that causes doors to stop and reopen upon contacting an obstruction in entrance.

 B.      Photo-Eye Detection Device: Provide electronic photo-eye device with timed cutout, projecting dual light
         beams across car entrance at 5 inch and 2 feet 5 inch heights, that when interrupted will cause closing doors
         to stop and reopen. Provide keyed switch in car operating panel or toggle switch in service carinet for
         disconnecting photo-eye protective device.

 C.      Nudging Feature: After car doors are prevented from closing for a predetermined adjustable time period,
         through activation of detection device or door edge protective device, a loud buzzer shall sound and doors
         shall begin to close at reduced rate of speed. Doors shall continue to close unless door edge protective
         device is activated, which shall cause doors to reopen. Process shall repeat continuously until obstruction is
         removed from entrance.

2.09     ELEVATOR PIT LADDER

 A.      Fabrication: Provide an elevator pit ladder made of structural grade steel.

B.     Code Requirements: Ladder shall meet applicable code requirements.

2.10     WORK BY THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR (for information
         only). The General Contractor shall provide the following:

 A.      A legal hoistway, properly framed and enclosed, and including a pit of proper depth, sump pump, lights,
         access doors, ground fault outlet with guard, and waterproofing as required. A separate branch circuit must
         supply the lights and outlet. Lighting shall not be connected to the load side terminals of a GFCI receptacle.
         Provide and install smoke detectors in the hallways in front of elevators. If hoistways are sprinkled, a
         smoke detector is required at the top of the hoistway. If hoistway is sprinkled, provide and install a shunt
         trip system located in the elevator control closet. Ladder shall extend 3 feet 6 inches above sill line.

 B.      Adequate supports and foundations to carry the loads of all equipment including supports for guide rail
         brackets and overhead beams or overhead sheaves.

 C.      Cutting of walls, floors, etc., and removal of such obstructions as may be necessary for proper installation
         of the elevator. Setting of anchors and sleeves. Pockets or blockouts for signal fixtures.

 D.      All sill supports, including steel where required, and sill recesses and grouting of door sills. Finishing of
         walls after hoistway frames are installed.

 E.      Structural steel doors frames with extensions to beam above if required on hoistway sides and sills for
         freight elevators, including finish painting of these items.

 F.      Provide and maintain temporary enclosures or other protection from open hoistways during the time
         elevator is being installed.
G.     Proper trenching and backfilling for any underground piping or conduit.

H.     Guide rail bracket inserts provided by Elevator Contractor and installed by General Contractor.

I.    Adequate ingress and egress for mobile equipment after final excavation and previous to the pouring of
      footings and foundations.

J.    Removal of all dirt and debris accumulated during excavation.

K.    Suitable connections from the power mains to each controller or motor generator set starter, signal equipment
      feeders as required, including necessary circuit breakers. Fused mainline disconnect switches, with over
      current protection, shall be located in elevator control closet and be lockable in “OFF” position.

L.    Wiring to controller for car lighting and ventilation. Electric power without charge for construction, testing
      and adjusting, of the same characteristics as the permanent supply.

M.    Wiring and conduit from life safety panel or any other monitor station to elevator control closet.

N.    Heat and smoke sensing devices which are required at elevator lobbies on each floor with electrical
      conductors terminating at a properly marked panel in the elevator control closet

O.    Telephone connection to elevator hoistway (instrument by Owner).

P.    Wiring from elevator hoistway to outside alarm bell as required by the Safety Code for Elevators and
      Escalators (ANSI/ASME A17.1).

Q.    Emergency power supply with automatic time delay transfer switch and auxiliary contacts with wiring to the
      elevator controller.

R.    Any required safety provisions not directly involved in the elevator installation.

S.    All painting, except as otherwise specified.

T.    Temporary elevator service prior to completion and acceptance of complete installation.

U.    Furnishing, installation and maintaining the required fire rating of elevator hoistway walls, including the
      penetration of fire wall by elevator fixture boxes.

V.  When the hoistway is sprinkled, all electrical equipment located less than 4 feet above the pit floor shall be:
1. Weatherproof per NEMA 4 and
2. Wiring shall be identified for use in wet locations.

W. Provide and install a dedicated separate 110V disconnect switch and outlet, per elevator, lockable in “OFF”
      position, for control closet lighting.

X. A non-drained sump pit is required and may not be connected to sewers. AA. Provide and install 1 sign outside

the Elevator Control Closet per Section 10440 requirements, copy to read:


      “Elevator Controls”. (Verify with Owner if room number is to be included). BB. Access Panel: 16” x 16”

hoistway access at top landing (verify size with Elevator Contractor).
2.12 FAILURE PROTECTION

 A. General Requirements: Design electrical control circuit so that if a malfunction should occur due to motor
       failure, power failure, or car failing to reach a landing in the “up” direction within a pre-determined time,
       the elevator car will automatically descend to lowest terminal landing. Doors will automatically open when
       car reaches that landing to allow passengers to depart. Doors will then automatically close and control
       buttons, except the “door open” button in car station, shall be made inoperative.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01 EXAMINATION

 A. Verify hoistway, pit and control closet are ready for work of this section.

 B. Verify shaft and openings are of correct size and within tolerances. Notify Contractor in writing of any
       dimensional discrepancies or other conditions detrimental to the proper installation or performance of
       elevator work. Do not proceed with elevator installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been
       corrected in a manner acceptable to the Elevator Installer.

 C. Verify electrical power is available and of correct characteristics.

3.02 PREPARATION

 A. Excavation and Backfilling: Refer to Section 02300.

 B. Backfill around casing with structural type fill; placed in 2 feet lifts compacted to 95% standard proctor density.

3.03 INSTALLATION

 A. Install in accordance with ASME A17.1.

 B. Install system components and connect to building utilities.

 C. Accommodate equipment in space indicated.

 D. Coordinate installation of hoistway wall construction.

 E. Grout sills in place flush with finished floor surface at landings. Set entrances in vertical alignment with car
       openings and aligned with plumb hoistway lines.

 F. Fill hoistway door frames solid with grout in accordance with Section 04065.

 G. Adjust for smooth acceleration and deceleration of car so not to cause passenger discomfort.

 H. Adjust automatic floor leveling feature at each floor to achieve 1/4 inch up or down from flush, regardless of
       load and direction of travel.

 I. Welded Construction: Provide welded connections for installation of elevator work where bolted connections
       are not required for subsequent removal or for normal operation, adjustment, inspection, maintenance and
       replacement of worn parts. Comply with AWS standards for workmanship and for qualifications of
       welding operators.

 J. Sound Isolation: Mount rotating and vibrating elevator equipment and components on vibration absorption
       mounts, designed to effectively prevent transmission of vibrations to structure and thereby to eliminate
       sources of structure-borne noise from elevator system.
K. Install piping without routing underground, where possible. Where not possible, cover underground piping with
       permanent protective wrapping before backfilling.

L. Lubricate operating parts of systems as recommended by manufacturer.

M. Alignment: Coordinate installation of hoistway entrances with installation of elevator guide rails for accurate
      alignment of entrances with cars. Where possible, delay installation of sills and frames until car is operable
      in shaft. Reduce clearances to minimum, safe, workable dimension at each landing.

N. Key elevator to Section 08710 Hardware keying (Schlage). Provide 20 copies of every key required to operate
      elevator.

O. Tests By Regulatory Agencies:
1. Obtain required permits to perform tests. Perform tests required by regulatory agencies.
2. Schedule tests with agencies and Architect/Engineer, Owner, and Contractor present.

P. Protection: At time of Substantial Completion of elevator work (or portion thereof), provide suitable protective
       coverings, barriers, devices, signs or such other methods or procedures to protect elevator work from damage
       or deterioration. Maintain protective measures throughout remainder of construction period. Provide similar
       protective measure for elevator units that will be placed in temporary service, including inspection and
       maintenance service during period of temporary service.

Q. Demonstration: Instruct Owner’s personnel in proper use, operations and daily maintenance of elevators and lift.
     Review emergency provisions, including emergency access and procedures to be followed at time of failure
     in operation and other building emergencies. Train Owner’s personnel in normal procedures to be followed
     in checking for sources of operational failures or malfunctions. Confer with Owner on requirements for a
      complete elevator and lift maintenance program. Make a final check of each elevator with Owner�s
      personnel present and just prior to date of Substantial Completion. Determine that control systems and
      operating devices are functioning properly.

Q. Provide Owner with remote diagnostic tool required to program the elevator.



   END OF SECTION
SECTION 14245 – HYDRAULIC PASSENGER ELEVATOR

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 SUMMARY

    A. Bidding Documents and Information, Conditions of the Contract and Division 1 - General Requirements apply
          to the Work of this Section of the Specifications.

    B. Section Includes:
           1. Hydraulic passenger elevator systems and motor and pump, pit ladder, controllers, equipment, and
                    fittings.

1.02 RELATED SECTIONS

    A. Section 01351: Sustainable Project Requirements.

    B. Setting of sleeves, inserts and anchoring devices in concrete is specified in Division 3, Section 03050:
           “Concrete”

    C. Subsills and structural framing of hoistway entrances are specified in Division 5, Section 05500: “Metal
          Fabrications”.

    D. Carpet for elevator: Section 09680: “Carpet”.

    E. Field painting of hoistway entrances is specified in Division 9, Section 09900, “Paints and Coatings”.

    F. Ventilation of hoistway and machine room is specified in Division 15.

    G. Electrical service to each elevator, including fused disconnect switch, is specified in Division 16 sections.

1.03 SUBMITTALS

    A. General Requirements: Section 01330

  B. Shop Drawings: Indicate the following minimum information on shop drawings:
1       Motor and hydraulic pump, valves, controller, battery back-up, and other component locations.
2       Car, supporting beams, guide rails, and other components in hoistway.
3       Loads on hoisting beams.
4       Elevator control functions and operational description.
5       Hoistway and machine room layout with required clearances.
6       Wiring diagram detailing wiring for power, signal and control systems, differentiating clearly between
manufacturer installed wiring and field installed wiring. Indicate maximum and average power demands.

    C. Product Data: Submit data on the following items:
1          Signal and operating fixtures, operating panels, indicators.
2          Car design, dimensions, layout, and components.
3          Car and hoistway door and frame details.
4          Electrical characteristics and connection requirements.
5          Color Selection charts.
    D.   Samples: Submit one sample, 8 x 8 inch in size illustrating car interior finishes, car and hoistway door and
         frame finishes, and handrail material and finish.

    E.   List of Successful In-Service Projects: If installer is not the manufacturer, provide a list of successful in-
         service installations within in the past 5 years.

    F.   Operation and maintenance data:
         1.      Provide manufacturer’s standard maintenance and operation manual.

1.04     DELIVERY, STORAGE AND PROTECTION

    A.   General Requirements: Section 01600.

1.05     ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS

    A.   Observe environmental precautions based on conditions.

1.06     QUALITY ASSURANCE

    A.   Perform Work in accordance with the following:
1        ASME A17.1 - Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators.
2        UL 10B - Fire Tests of Door Assemblies.
3        NFPA 80 - Fire Doors and Windows.
4        Americans with Disabilities Act.

B.       Maintain one copy of each document on site.

C.       Installer Qualifications: Engage the elevator manufacturer or an installer accepted by the elevator
         manufacturer and who has completed elevator installations similar in material, design and extent to that
         indicated for Project which have resulted in installations with a record of successful in-service
         performance.

1.07     WARRANTY

    A.   Special Project Warranty: Provide special project warranty, signed by Contractor, Installer and
         Manufacturer agreeing to replace, repair or restore defective materials and workmanship of elevator work
         during warranty period. This warranty shall be in addition to, and not a limitation of, other rights the Owner
         may have against the Contractor under the Contract Documents.
1         Defective is hereby defined to include, but not by way of limitation, operation or control system failures,
performances below required minimums, excessive wear, unusual deterioration or aging of materials or finishes,
unsafe conditions, the need for excessive maintenance, abnormal noise or vibration and similar unusual, unexpected
and unsatisfactory conditions.
2        Warranty period is 2 years starting on the date of Substantial Completion.

1.08     SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

    A.   Hydraulic Elevator Systems: One unit; holeless hoistway cylinder, with motor and pump adjacent.

    B.   Characteristics of elevator as follows:
1        Rated Net Capacity: 2,500 lbs.
2        Rated Speed: 125 ft/min.
3        Clear Inside Car Dimensions: 6 feet 8 inches x 4 feet 3 inches.
4        Ceiling Height: 7 feet 4 inches.
5        Hoistway and Car Entrance Frame Opening Sizes: 3 feet 6 inches wide x 7 feet 0 inches high.
6        Door Type: Double panel.
7        Door Operation: Center opening.
8.     Number of Stops: 2.
9.     Number of Openings: 2 Front; 1 Rear.
10. Comply with all requirements of Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 4.10.

    C. Controls System: Conform to the following criteria:
          1. Single Automatic Operation elevator control system, two-way self leveling.

    D. Special Operational Features:
1         Key operated at roof access only.
2         Interconnect elevator control system with building fire alarm.

1.09      CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS

    A.    Project Record Documents: Submit legible schematic of hydraulic piping and electric wiring diagrams
          describing installed equipment. Provide one copy of master schematic, mounted in plastic glazed metal
          frame, mounted on machine room wall.

    B.    Certificates and Permits: Provide Owner with copies of all inspection and acceptance certificates and
          operating permits as required by governing authorities to allow normal, unrestricted use of elevators.

    C.    Maintenance Manuals: Bound manual for each elevator or group of elevators, with operating and
          maintenance instructions, parts listing, recommended parts inventory listing, purchase source listing for
          major and critical components, emergency instructions and similar information.

1.10      MAINTENANCE SERVICE

    A.    Furnish service and maintenance of elevator for one year from Date of Substantial Completion. State
          services, obligations, conditions and terms for agreement period and for future renewal options. Service
          shall be performed once every 90 days minimum.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01      HYDRAULIC PASSENGER ELEVATORS

  A.     Manufacturers:
1        Thyssen-Dover Elevator Systems, Inc.
2        Kone Elevator Co.
3        Otis Elevator Co.
4        Acceptable Substitution. (Substitutions shall have no adverse affect on other trades, building dimensions,
construction schedule or building design. Any revisions to hoistway height, pit depth, or other construction element
requiring monetary adjustment shall be borne by the Elevator Supplier and installation subcontractor).

2.02 COMPONENTS

  A. Materials:
1       Structural Components, Cylinder and Casing: Required to construct elevator system and conform to code.
2       Sheet Steel: ASTM A366/A366M Class 1.
3       Stainless Steel: ASTM A666 Type 304, #4 finish.
4       Aluminum: ASTM B221, extruded.
5       Plastic Laminate: NEMA LD-3, GP-50 type, matte surface finish, color/pattern as selected from
manufacturer’s full range.
6       Hydraulic Fluid: ISO VG 32" by Hydro Safe Oil Division, Inc. 1-800-500-5058.
  B.     Equipment:
1        Motors, Pumps, Valves, Regulators, Fluid Tank, Hydraulic Fluid, Controller, Controls, Buttons, Wiring and
Devices, Indicators: UL permitted.
2        Guiderails, Cables, Spring Buffers, Attachment Brackets and Anchors: Purpose designed, sized according
to code with safety factors.
3        Pump Housing: Sheet steel, acoustically insulated, removable.
4        Accessories: a) Provide the Owner with the tool that opens elevator doors when closed. b) Provide the
Owner with 20 copies of keys that operate elevator.

2.03 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND COMPONENTS

    A. Electrical Characteristics:
1          20 hp.
2          480 volts, three phase, 60 Hz.
3          40 amperes maximum fuse size; 25.8 minimum circuit capacity.
4          85 percent minimum power factor at rated load.
5          Starter Characteristics: WYE-DELTA STARTER requirements per manufacturer.

    B.    Motor: NEMA MG1.

    C.    Disconnect Switch: Factory mount disconnect switch in control panel.

    D.    Products Requiring Electrical Connection: Listed and classified by Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc., as
          suitable for purpose specified and indicated.+

    E.    Phone in car: auto dial to 970-490-3333, when handset is picked up.

2.04      FABRICATION

   A.     Car:
1.        Flooring: Resilient sheet flooring, of type specified in Section 09650.
2.        Walls: Plastic laminate on plywood.
3.        Front Return Panel: Stainless steel.
4.        Base: Resilient rubber cove, of type specified in Section 09650.
5.        Ceiling: Translucent plastic panel.
6. Light Fixtures: Fluorescent. Minimum of 5 foot candles at controls, platform, threshold and landing sill.
7.        Ventilation: Fan, grille in ceiling.
8. Car Control Panel and Face Plate: Stainless steel with illuminating call buttons. Flush mount faceplates
complying with ASME/ADA. If not otherwise indicated, mount in return panel adjacent to car door. Provide
operating device symbols as required by Code and with braille. Mark other buttons and switches with manufacturer
s standard tactile identification and braille for required use or function. Main entry floor shall also be designated by
a star. Tactile markings shall be placed immediately to the left of the button to which they apply. Characters and
symbols shall contrast with their background. Provide key switch for roof access.
9. Car Position Indicator: Above door with illuminating up and down signal arrows or digital numeric display. Also
provide an audible signal to indicate that a car is arriving in response to a hall call and to indicate direction of car
travel. Signal shall sound once for up direction of travel and twice for down direction. 2-1/2 inches minimum in the
smallest dimension.
10. Hand Rail: Stainless steel flat bar stock, spaced from wall 1-1/2 inches; placed at rear wall and side walls.
11. Bumper Rail: Stainless steel wrapped over wood, tight to wall; placed 6 inches above floor at rear wall and side
walls.
12. Pad Hooks: Stainless steel type.
13. Protective Pads: One set, canvas cover, padded, brass grommets.
14. Certificate Frame and Glazing: Stainless steel frame, clear plastic.
15. Telephone: Provide rough-in for telephone hand set in each car, contained in flush-mounted carinet and
complete with identification and instructions for use. The mounting height shall be a maximum of 4 feet and shall
be identified by a raised symbol adjacent to the device. Telephone shall automatically dial 490-3333 upon lifting.
Elevator installer shall stencil (paint) the name of the school (which will be determined before Substantial
completion) and the project street address on the back side of the telephone access door.
16. Alarm System: Provide emergency alarm bell properly located within building and audible outside hoistways,
equipped to sound automatically in response to emergency stops and in response to Alarm button on each car control
station.
17. Provide “NO SMOKING” text on car control panel to match other text on panel. Provide In Case of Fire Use
Stairway signs with appropriate graphic symbols and braille to match other text on panel.

  B. Car Entrances:
1        Car Doors: Baked enamel on steel; of insulated sandwich panel construction, flush design, rolled profiles,
rigid construction. Provide protective edge trim system.
2        Car Door Frames: Baked enamel on steel, welded corner design with smooth invisible joints.
3        Thresholds: Extruded aluminum type.

  C.      Hoistway Entrances:
1         Hoistway Doors: Baked enamel on steel; of insulated sandwich panel construction, flush design, rolled
profiles, rigid construction.
2         Hoistway Door Frames: Baked enamel on steel; of rolled profiles, welded corner with smooth invisible
joints.
3         Door and Frame Construction: 1-1/2 hour fire rating.
4         Weatherstrip hoistway doors and frames to eliminate audible noise.
5         Sills: Extruded aluminum.
6         Jambs: Floor designation characters to be a minimum of 2 inches high, raised 1/32 inch, uppercase and
corresponding Braille. Locate per ADA requirements.

2.05 SIGNAL EQUIPMENT

  A. General: Provide signal equipment for each elevator to comply with requirements indicated below:
1         Provide illuminated hall car-call/landing buttons that lights when activated and remains lighted until call or
other function has been fulfilled. Provide one for originating UP and one for originating DOWN calls, one button
only at terminating landings. Fabricate of vandal-resistant translucent plastic. Call buttons to be 3/4 inch minimum
in the smallest dimension; vertical button arrangement; flush or raised. Locate per ADA requirements.
2         No Fire Department “Recall”.
3         Car Direction Indicators: Illuminating white, minimum of 2-1/2 inches in smallest dimension. In
conjunction with the car riding lantern device, provide an audible signal to indicate that a car is arriving in response
to a hall call and to indicate direction of car travel. Signal shall sound once for up direction of travel and twice for
down direction. Lantern must be visible from proximity of Hall Call button. Locate per ADA requirements.
4         Door and Signal Timing for Hall Calls: Minimum of 5 seconds between notification until doors begin to
close.
5         Door Closing Time Delay: Minimum of 3 seconds for doors to remain fully open in response to a call.

2.06     FACTORY FINISHING

 A.      Baked Enamel on Steel: Clean and degrease metal surface; apply one coat of primer sprayed and baked;
         two coats of enamel sprayed and baked; color as selected.

 B.      Stainless Steel: #4 Satin Polished.

 C.      Aluminum: Clear anodized finish.
2.07     PERSONAL PROTECTIVE DEVICES

 A.      Door Edge Protective Device: Provide retractable edge shoe on leading edges of elevator entrance doors
         that causes doors to stop and reopen upon contacting an obstruction in entrance.

 B.      Photo-Eye Detection Device: Provide electronic photo-eye device with timed cutout, projecting dual light
         beams across car entrance at 5 inch and 2 feet 5 inch heights, that when interrupted will cause closing doors
         to stop and reopen. Provide keyed switch in car operating panel or toggle switch in service carinet for
         disconnecting photo-eye protective device.

 C.      Nudging Feature: After car doors are prevented from closing for a predetermined adjustable time period,
         through activation of detection device or door edge protective device, a loud buzzer shall sound and doors
         shall begin to close at reduced rate of speed. Doors shall continue to close unless door edge protective
         device is activated, which shall cause doors to reopen. Process shall repeat continuously until obstruction is
         removed from entrance.

2.08     ELEVATOR PIT LADDER

 A.      Fabrication: Provide an elevator pit ladder made of structural grade steel.

B.     Code Requirements: Ladder shall meet applicable code requirements.

2.09     WORK BY THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR (for information only). The General Contractor shall
         provide the following:

 A.      A legal hoistway, properly framed and enclosed, and including a pit of proper depth, sump pump, lights, access
         doors, ground fault outlet with guard, and waterproofing as required. A separate branch circuit must supply the
         lights and outlet. Lighting shall not be connected to the load side terminals of a GFCI receptacle. A legal
         machine room, with self-closing, self-locking door, adequate for the elevator equipment, including floors, traps,
         doors, gratings, foundations, lighting, ventilation and heat to maintain the room at an ambient temperature of 50°
         F. minimum to 100° F. maximum. Provide and install smoke detectors in the machine room and hallways
         in front of elevators. If hoistways are sprinkled, a smoke detector is required at the top of the hoistway. If
         hoistway or machine room is sprinkled, provide and install a shunt trip system located in the elevator
         machine room. Ladder shall extend 3 feet 6 inches above sill line.

 B.      Adequate supports and foundations to carry the loads of all equipment including supports for guide rail
         brackets and machine beams or overhead beams or overhead sheaves.

 C.      Cutting of walls, floors, etc., and removal of such obstructions as may be necessary for proper installation
         of the elevator. Setting of anchors and sleeves. Pockets or blockouts for signal fixtures.

 D.      All sill supports, including steel where required, and sill recesses and grouting of door sills. Finishing of
         walls after hoistway frames are installed.

 E.      Structural steel doors frames with extensions to beam above if required on hoistway sides and sills for
         freight elevators, including finish painting of these items.

 F.      Provide and maintain temporary enclosures or other protection from open hoistways during the time
         elevator is being installed.

 G.      Proper trenching and backfilling for any underground piping or conduit.

 H.      Guide rail bracket inserts provided by Elevator Contractor and installed by General Contractor.

 I.      A means to automatically disconnect the main power supply to the elevator prior to the application of water
            in the elevator machine room will be furnished by the Electrical Contractor. This means shall not be self
            resetting.



 J.         Adequate ingress and egress for mobile equipment after final excavation and previous to the pouring of
            footings and foundations.

     K.     Removal of all dirt and debris accumulated during excavation.

     L.     Suitable connections from the power mains to each controller or motor generator set starter, signal
            equipment feeders as required, including necessary circuit breakers. Fused mainline disconnect switches,
            with over current protection, shall be located in elevator machine room and be lockable in OFF position.

     M.     Wiring to controller for car lighting and ventilation. Electric power without charge for construction, testing
            and adjusting, of the same characteristics as the permanent supply.

     N.     Wiring and conduit from life safety panel or any other monitor station to elevator machine room.

     O.     Heat and smoke sensing devices at elevator lobbies on each floor with electrical conductors terminating at a
            properly marked panel in the elevator machine room.

     P.     Telephone connection to elevator hoistway (instrument by Owner).

     Q.     Wiring from elevator hoistway to outside alarm bell as required by the Safety Code for Elevators and
            Escalators (ANSI/ASME A17.1).

     R.     Emergency power supply with automatic time delay transfer switch and auxiliary contacts with wiring to
            the elevator controller.

     S.     Any required safety provisions not directly involved in the elevator installation.

     T.     All painting, except as otherwise specified.

     U.     Temporary elevator service prior to completion and acceptance of complete installation.

     V.     Furnishing, installation and maintaining the required fire rating of elevator hoistway walls, including the
            penetration of fire wall by elevator fixture boxes.

     W.   When the hoistway is sprinkled, all electrical equipment located less than 4 feet above the pit floor shall be:
1.    Weatherproof per NEMA 4 and
2.    Wiring shall be identified for use in wet locations.

     X. Provide and install a dedicated separate 110V disconnect switch and outlet, per elevator, lockable in OFF
           position, for machine room lighting.

     Y. A non-drained sump pit is required and may not be connected to sewers.

     Z. Provide and install 1 fire extinguisher in the machine room per Section 10523.

     AA. Provide and install 1 sign outside the Elevator Equipment Room per Section 10440 requirements, copy to
           read: “Elevator Equipment Room”. (Verify with Owner if room number is to be included).

2.10 FAILURE PROTECTION / BATTERY BACK UP

     A. General Requirements: Design electrical control circuit so that if a malfunction should occur due to motor
starter failure, oil becoming low in system, power failure, or car failing to reach a landing in the “up”
direction within a pre-determined time, the elevator car will automatically descend to lowest terminal
landing (battery backup required). If power operated doors are used, doors will automatically open when
car reaches that landing to
        allow passengers to depart. Doors will then automatically close and control buttons, except the door open
        button in car station, shall be made inoperative.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01 EXAMINATION

 A. Verify hoistway, pit and machine room are ready for work of this section.

 B. Verify shaft and openings are of correct size and within tolerances. Notify Contractor in writing of any
       dimensional discrepancies or other conditions detrimental to the proper installation or performance of
       elevator work. Do not proceed with elevator installation until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected
       in a manner acceptable to the Elevator Installer.

 C. Verify electrical power is available and of correct characteristics.

3.02 PREPARATION

 A. Excavation and Backfilling: Refer to Section 02300.

 B. Backfill around casing with structural type fill; placed in 2 feet lifts compacted to 95% standard proctor density.

3.03 INSTALLATION

 A. Install in accordance with ASME A17.1.

 B. Install system components and connect to building utilities.

 C. Accommodate equipment in space indicated.

 D. Coordinate installation of hoistway wall construction.

 E. Grout sills in place flush with finished floor surface at landings. Set entrances in vertical alignment with car
       openings and aligned with plumb hoistway lines.

 F. Fill hoistway door frames solid with grout in accordance with Section 04065.

 G. Adjust for smooth acceleration and deceleration of car so not to cause passenger discomfort.

 H. Adjust automatic floor leveling feature at each floor to achieve 1/4 inch up or down from flush, regardless of
       load and direction of travel.

 I. Welded Construction: Provide welded connections for installation of elevator work where bolted connections
       are not required for subsequent removal or for normal operation, adjustment, inspection, maintenance and
       replacement of worn parts. Comply with AWS standards for workmanship and for qualifications of
       welding operators.

 J. Sound Isolation: Mount rotating and vibrating elevator equipment and components on vibration absorption
       mounts, designed to effectively prevent transmission of vibrations to structure and thereby to eliminate
       sources of structure-borne noise from elevator system.

 K. Install piping without routing underground, where possible. Where not possible, cover underground piping
        with permanent protective wrapping before backfilling.

 L. Lubricate operating parts of systems as recommended by manufacturer.
M. Alignment: Coordinate installation of hoistway entrances with installation of elevator guide rails for accurate
      alignment of entrances with cars. Where possible, delay installation of sills and frames until car is operable
      in shaft. Reduce clearances to minimum, safe, workable dimension at each landing.

N. Key elevator to Section 08710 Hardware keying (Schlage). Provide 20 copies of every key required to operate
      elevator.

O. Tests By Regulatory Agencies:
1. Obtain required permits to perform tests. Perform tests required by regulatory agencies.
2. Schedule tests with agencies and Architect/Engineer, Owner, and Contractor present.

P. Protection: At time of Substantial Completion of elevator work (or portion thereof), provide suitable protective
       coverings, barriers, devices, signs or such other methods or procedures to protect elevator work from damage
       or deterioration. Maintain protective measures throughout remainder of construction period. Provide similar
       protective measure for elevator units that will be placed in temporary service, including inspection and
       maintenance service during period of temporary service.

Q. Demonstration: Instruct Owner’s personnel in proper use, operations and daily maintenance of elevators and lift.
     Review emergency provisions, including emergency access and procedures to be followed at time of failure
     in operation and other building emergencies. Train Owner’s personnel in normal procedures to be followed
     in checking for sources of operational failures or malfunctions. Confer with Owner on requirements for a
     complete elevator and lift maintenance program. Make a final check of each elevator with Owner s personnel
     present and just prior to date of Substantial Completion. Determine that control systems and operating
     devices are functioning properly.

Q. Provide Owner with remote diagnostic tool required to program the elevator.



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