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KONE Inc. Electric Traction Elevators
 
         
SECTION 14210
 
         
ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS
 
         
 
         
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          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** KONE Inc.; Electric traction elevator products.
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This section is based on the products of KONE Inc., which is located at:
4225 Naperville Rd. Suite 400
Lisle, IL 60532
Toll Free Tel: 800-956-5663
Tel: 309-764-6771
Fax: 309-743-5469
Email: request info
Web: www.kone.us
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KONE, one of the global leaders in the elevator and escalator industry, was founded in 1910 and celebrated its centennial anniversary in 2010. The company's objective is to offer the best People Flow™ experience by developing and delivering solutions that enable people to move smoothly, safely, comfortably and without waiting in buildings in an increasingly urbanizing environment. KONE provides innovative and eco-efficient solutions for elevators, escalators and automatic building doors. We support our customers every step of the way; from design, manufacturing and installation to maintenance and modernization.
Our commitment to customers is present in all KONE solutions. This makes us a reliable partner throughout the life-cycle of the building. We challenge the conventional wisdom of the industry. We are fast, flexible, and we have a well-deserved reputation as a technology leader, with such innovations as KONE MonoSpace®, KONE MaxiSpace™, and KONE InnoTrack™. You can experience these innovations in architectural landmarks such as the Trump Tower in Chicago, the 30 St Mary Axe building in London, the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam and the Beijing National Grand Theatre in China.
KONE is leading the way in environmental performance of the building transportation industry. Through KONE's introduction of the Machine Room-Less elevator technology in 1996, our regenerative drives, standby options and escalator solutions, we have significantly improved the energy-efficiency of our products. Additionally, 90-95% of our elevator and escalator materials are made from easily recycled materials, reducing the strain on our landfills. We are also lessening other usage-related environmental influences demonstrated by our decision to no longer manufacture hydraulic elevators thus eliminating the need for hole-drilling and the use of hydraulic oil.

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          PART 1GENERAL
 
          1.1SECTION INCLUDES
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
          A.Electric Traction Elevators
 
          1.2RELATED SECTIONS
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
          A.Section 01500 - Temporary Facilities and Controls: Temporary use of elevator, protection of floor openings and personnel barriers; temporary power and lighting.
 
          B.Section 02300 - Earthwork: Excavation of elevator pit.
 
          C.Section 03300 - Cast-in-Place Concrete: Elevator pits.
 
          D.Section 03600 - Grout: Grouting door frames and sills.
 
          E.Section 04200 - Masonry Units Setting sleeves, inserts, and anchoring devices in masonry for guide-rail brackets.
 
          F.Section 05120 - Structural Steel: Support steel, divider beams, and hoist beams.
 
          G.Section 05500 - Metal Fabrications: Pit ladders, supports for entrances in drywall hoistways.
 
          H.Section 06100 - Rough Carpentry: Temporary platform assembly.
 
          I.Section 07160 - Cementitious Waterproofing: Waterproofing of elevator pit.
 
          J.Section 09260 - Gypsum Board: Hoistway walls.
 
          K.Section 09900 - Paints and Coatings: Field painting of elevator entrances over primer.
 
          L.Section 13850 - Detection and Alarm: Heat, smoke, and products of combustion sensing devices, fire alarm signal lines to contacts in machine space.
 
          M.Section 15440 - Sump Pumps: For sump pumps, sumps, and sump covers in elevator pits.
 
          N.Section 15700 - Dedicated Outdoor-Air Units: Heating, cooling, and ventilation of control and machinery space.
 
          O.Section 16100 - Wiring Methods: Light outlets, convenience outlets, light switches, and conduits.
 
          P.Section 16120 - Cables and Conductors: For telephone service for elevators and for Internet connection to elevator controllers for remote monitoring.
 
          Q.Section 16200 - Electric Power Generating and Storing Equipment
 
          R.Section 16440 - Switchboards and Panelboards: Disconnect switches.
 
          S.Section 16500 - Lighting: Light fixtures.
 
          T.Section 16720 - Telephone and Intercommunication Equipment: Telephone outlets and elevator telephones.
 
          1.3REFERENCES
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
          A.ICC/ANSI A117.1 Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities
 
          B.ADAAG - Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities
 
          C.ANSI/NFPA 70, National Electrical Code
 
          D.CAN/CSA C22.1 - Canadian Electrical Code.
 
          E.ANSI/NFPA 80, Standard for Fire Doors and Fire Windows
 
          F.ASME/ANSI A17.1, Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators.
 
          1.4PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
 
          A.Car Performance
          1.Car Speed plus or minus 5 percent of contract speed under any loading condition or direction of travel.
          2.Car Capacity: Safely lower, stop and hold (per code) up to 125 percent of rated load.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraph as required for seismic zones. Delete if not required.
 
          B.Elevator Equipment shall conform to the requirements of applicable seismic zone.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs as required for the elevator system specified and delete those not required.
 
          C.System Performance: EcoSpace
          1.Vertical Vibration, Maximum: 25 mg
          2.Horizontal Vibration, Maximum: 25 mg
          3.Jerk Rate, Maximum: 1.3 ft/sec3
          4.Acceleration, Maximum: 1.3 ft/sec2
          5.In Car Noise: 55 dB(A)
          6.Leveling Accuracy: Plus or Minus 0.2 inches
          7.Starts per hour, Maximum: 120
 
          D.System Performance: MonoSpace
          1.Vertical Vibration (maximum): 15-17 mg
          2.Horizontal Vibration (maximum): 10-12 mg
          3.Jerk Rate (maximum): 3.3 - 5.25 ft/sec 3
          4.Acceleration (maximum) 1.6 - 2.6ft/sec2
          5.In Car Noise: = 55 dB(A)
          6.Leveling Accuracy: ± 3 mm
          7.Starts per hour (maximum): 240
 
          E.System Performance: EcoSystem
          1.Vertical Vibration (maximum): 15-17 mg
          2.Horizontal Vibration (maximum): 10-12 mg
          3.Jerk Rate (maximum): 3.3 - 5.25 ft/sec 3
          4.Acceleration (maximum) 1.6 - 2.6ft/sec2
          5.In Car Noise: = 55 dB(A)
          6.Leveling Accuracy: ± 3 mm
          7.Starts per hour (maximum): 240
 
          1.5SUBMITTALS
 
          A.Submit under provisions of Section 01300.
 
          B.Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including:
          1.Descriptive brochures or detail drawings of cab and hall fixtures, cab decoration options, and product features.
          2.Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
          3.Installation methods.
 
          C.Shop Drawings: Include the following minimum information:
          1.Clearances and travel of car.
          2.Clear inside hoistway and pit dimensions.
          3.Location and layout of equipment and signals.
          4.Car, guide rails, buffers and other components in hoistway.
          5.Maximum rail bracket spacing.
          6.Maximum loads imposed on building structure.
          7.Hoist beam requirements.
          8.Location and sizes of access doors.
          9.Location and details of hoistway door and frames.
          10.Electrical characteristics and connection requirements.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete selection samples if colors have already been selected.
 
          D.Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color chips representing manufacturer's full range of available colors and patterns.
 
          E.Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inches (150 mm) square, representing actual product, color, and patterns.
 
          F.Operation and Maintenance Manual: Submit manufacturer/installer's operation and maintenance manual; including operation, maintenance, adjustment, and cleaning instructions; trouble shooting guide; renewal parts catalogs; and electrical wiring diagrams.
 
          G.Manufacturer's Certificates: Certify products meet or exceed specified requirements.
 
          H.Closeout Submittals:
          1.Provide as-built schematic of wiring diagrams describing installed equipment. Provide one copy of master electric schematic, mounted in plastic glazed metal frame, mounted on accessible maintenance location.
          2.Provide manufacturer's maintenance instructions that include recommendations for periodic checking and adjustment of cable tension and periodic cleaning and maintenance of all railing and infill components.
 
          1.6QUALITY ASSURANCE
 
          A.Manufacturer/Installer Qualifications: Minimum of fifteen years experience in the fabrication, installation and service of elevators of the type and performance of the specified. The manufacturer shall have a documented quality assurance program.
 
          B.Regulatory Requirements: Perform Work in accordance with the following:
          1.ICC/ANSI A117.1 Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities
          2.ADAAG - Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities
          3.ANSI/NFPA 70, National Electrical Code
          4.ANSI/NFPA 80, Standard for Fire Doors and Fire Windows
          5.ASME/ANSI A17.1, Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators.
 
          C.Pre-installation Meeting:
          1.Convene pre-installation meeting before start of installation of elevators.
          2.Require attendance of parties directly affecting work of this section, including Contractor, Architect, and elevator manufacturer/installer.
          3.Review examination, installation, field quality control, adjusting, cleaning, protection, and coordination with other work.
 
          D.Inspection and Testing: Provide in accordance with requirements of local jurisdiction, obtain required permits, inspections and tests.
 
          1.7DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
 
          A.Deliver all materials in their original sealed containers bearing manufacturer's name and identification of product.
 
          B.Examine materials delivered to the site for concealed damage or defects in shipping. Defects shall be noted and reported to the Architect in writing.
 
          C.Store elevator materials in a protected environment in accordance with manufacturer recommendations. Do not store products in location with conditions outside manufacturer's absolute limits.
 
          1.8SEQUENCING
 
          A.Ensure that locating templates and other information required for installation of products of this section are furnished to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
 
          B.Ensure that products of this section are supplied to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
 
          1.9PROJECT CONDITIONS
 
          A.Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's absolute limits.
 
          1.10WARRANTY
 
          A.Manufacturer/Installer Standard Warranty: Manufacturer/installer shall guarantee materials and workmanship of equipment installed under these specifications and make good, defects not due to ordinary wear or to improper use, that may develop within one year after substantial completion or acceptance thereof by beneficial use, whichever is earlier.
 
          1.11MAINTENANCE SERVICE
 
          A.Provide maintenance service consisting of regular examinations and adjustments of the elevator equipment for a period of 12 Months after date of substantial completion. Replacement parts shall be produced by the original equipment manufacturer.
 
          B.Provide periodic examinations and perform work including necessary adjusting, greasing, oiling, and replacing parts to keep elevators in operation, except parts that require replacement because of accidents, vandalism, misuse, or negligence by parties other than manufacturer/installer.
 
          C.Perform all work, except emergency minor adjustment call-back service as follows:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete option below not required.
          1.During regular working hours.
          2.On overtime.
 
          D.Provide emergency minor adjustment call-back service as follows:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete option below not required.
          1.During regular working hours.
          2.24 hours, 7 days a week.
 
          PART 2PRODUCTS
 
          2.1MANUFACTURERS
 
          A.Acceptable Manufacturer: KONE Inc., which is located at: 4225 Naperville Rd. Suite 400; Lisle, IL 60532; Toll Free Tel: 800-956-5663; Tel: 309-764-6771; Fax: 309-743-5469; Email: request info; Web: www.kone.us
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
 
          B.Substitutions: Not permitted.
 
          C.Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01600.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required and applicable to project requirements. Delete the paragraphs that are not applicable. Consult the manufacturer's Architectural Planning Guide for additional application information.
 
          2.2ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS (LOW RISE)
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The EcoSpace EcoDisc-powered elevator is intended for Low-Rise applications of 2 to 12 landings. It is an ideal replacement elevator for existing hydraulic elevator applications.
 
          A.EcoSpace Electric Traction Elevators: KONE EcoSpace gearless traction elevator
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the opening, service types and capacity required and delete those not required. Note that the 200 fpm unit is only available for 2000 lbs through 3500 lbs capacity applications.
          1.Front Opening Passenger Elevators:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2000 lbs (907 kg), Opening Type SSP, 5 feet 8 inches (1727 mm) W by 4 foot 3 inches (1295 mm) D, Door Width 3 feet 0 inches (914 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2500 lbs (1134 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8 inches (2032) W by 4 feet 3 inches (1295) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3000 lbs (1361 kg), Opening Type SSP- CO, 6 feet 8 inches (2032) W by 5 feet 0 inches (1524) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3500 lbs (1588 kg), Opening Type SSP- CO, 6 feet 8 inches (2032) W by 5 feet 6-3/16 inches (1681) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          f.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg), Opening Type CO, 7 feet 5-13/16 inches (2281) W by 5 feet 6-3/16 inches (1681) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          2.Front Opening Service Elevators:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg), Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 6-3/16 inches (1681) W by 7 feet 7-7/16 inches (2323) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4500 lbs (2041 kg), Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 6-3/16 inches (1681) W by 8 feet 1-3/8 inches (2473) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 5000 lbs (2268 kg), Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 6-3/16 inches (1681) W by 8 feet 9-3/16 inches (2672) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          3.Front and Reverse Opening Passenger Elevators:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2000 lbs (907 kg), Opening Type SSP, 5 feet 8 inches (1727) W by 4 feet 3 inches (1295) D, with Door Width 3 feet 0 inches (914 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2500 lbs (1134 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8 inches (2032) W by 4 feet 3 inches (1295) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3000 lbs (1361 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8 inches (2032) W by 5 feet 0 inches (1524) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3500 lbs (1588 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8 inches (2032) W by 5 feet 6-3/16 inches (1681) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          f.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 7 feet 5-13/16 inches (2281) W by 5 feet 6-3/16 inches (1681) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          4.Front and Reverse Opening Service Elevators:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg), Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 6-3/16 inches (1681) W by 7 feet 7-7/16 inches (2323) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4500 lbs (2041 kg), Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 6-3/16 inches (1681) W by 8 feet 1-3/8 inches (2473) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 5000 lbs (2268 kg), Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 6-3/16 inches (1681) W by 8 feet 9-3/16 inches (2672) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm
          5.Application:
          a.Machine Room Less.
          b.Counterweight Location: Side.
          6.Control Space Location:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete control space locations not required. Integral or remote closet requires a minimum space of 4 foot wide by 1 foot 8 inches deep with a door width of 3 feet 6 inches. Adjacent or remote room requires a minimum space of 5 feet wide by hoistway depth with a door width of 3 feet.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Integral Closet.
          c.Adjacent Room.
          d.Remote Closet.
          e.Remote Room.
          7.Quantity of Units:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Available in up to Four Car groups and 20 openings. For other applications and features contact the manufacturer.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          8.Speed:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete speeds not required.
          a.150 fpm.
          b.200 fpm.
          9.Travel:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraph as required. The manufacturer's normal range is a maximum 100 feet (30.5 m) for the 200 fpm unit and 85 feet (25 m) for the 150 fpm unit.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.___ feet ___ Inches,
          10.Landings:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraph as required. The manufacturer's maximum is 12.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Landings: ___.
          11.Openings: As indicated on Drawings.
          12.Operation:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete operation not required.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Microprocessor Single Car Automatic Operation.
          c.Microprocessor Duplex Car Automatic Operation.
          13.Cab Height:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required.
          a.8 feet (2438 mm).
          b.9 feet (2743 mm).
          c.10 feet (3048 mm).
          14.Entrance Height:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required.
          a.7 feet (2134 mm).
          b.8 feet (2438 mm).
          c.9 feet (2743 mm).
          15.Minimum Overhead Height: As required by manufacturer for the capacity and speed elevation specified.
          16.Power Supply:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the power supply paragraph required and delete those not required.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.208 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          c.240 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          d.460 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          e.480 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          17.Additional Power Supply:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the additional optional power supply paragraph required and delete those not required. Delete entirely if not required.
          a.Automatic Standby Power with Emergency Building Generator.
          b.Emergency Battery Power Supply.
          18.Required Pit Depth:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select pit depth paragraph required and delete those not required. Contact the manufacturer for pit depths less than 5 feet.
          a.As indicated on the Drawings.
          b.4 feet (1219 mm).
          c.5 feet (1524 mm).
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following optional paragraphs as required and delete those not required.
          19.Car Protection Pads: Include Car Protection Pads
          20.Ventilation: Provide with car ventilation fan.
 
          2.3ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS (MID RISE)
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The MonoSpace EcoDisc-powered elevator is intended for Mid-Rise applications of 6 to 27 landings, a Capacity of 2000 - 5000 lb (907 - 2268 kg) and Speeds of 200 - 500 fpm (1.0 - 2.54 m/s).
 
          A.MonoSpace Electric Traction Elevators: KONE MonoSpace gearless traction elevator
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the opening, machine configuration, service types and capacity required and delete those not required.
          1.Front Opening Passenger Elevators: Machine at Rear Configuration:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2000 lbs (907 kg), Opening Type SSP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740 mm) W by 4 foot 3-1/4 inches (1302 mm) D, Door Width 3 feet 0 inches (914 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2500 lbs (1134 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 4 feet 3-1/4 inches (1302 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3000 lbs (1361 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 4 feet 9-1/4 inches (1454 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3500 lbs (1588 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 5 feet 5-1/4 inches (1657 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm)..
          f.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg) , Opening Type CO, 7 feet 8-1/2 inches (2350) W by 5 feet 5-1/4 inches (1681 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          2.Front Opening Passenger Elevators: Machine at Side Configuration:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2000 lbs (907 kg), Opening Type SSP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740 mm) W by 4 foot 3-1/4 inches (1302 mm) D, Door Width 3 feet 0 inches (914 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2500 lbs (1134 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 4 feet 3-1/4 inches (1302 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3000 lbs (1361 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 4 feet 9-1/4 inches (1454 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3500 lbs (1588 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 5 feet 5-1/4 inches (1657 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          f.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg) , Opening Type CO, 7 feet 8-1/2 inches (2350) W by 5 feet 5-1/4 inches (1681 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          3.Front Opening Service Elevators: Machine at Side Configuration:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 7 feet 6 inches (2286 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4500 lbs (2041 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 8 feet 0 inches (2438 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 5000 lbs (2268 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 8 feet 7-1/4 inches (2635 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 6 inches (1372 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 5000 lbs (2268 kg) AIA, Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 9 feet 0 inches (2743 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 6 inches (1372 mm).
          4.Front and Reverse Opening Passenger Elevators: Machine at Side Configuration:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2500 lbs (1134 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 4 feet 3-1/4 inches (1302 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3000 lbs (1361 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 4 feet 9-1/4 inches (1454 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3500 lbs (1588 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 5 feet 5-1/4 inches (1657 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg) , Opening Type CO, 7 feet 8-1/2 inches (2350) W by 5 feet 5-1/4 inches (1681 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          5.Front and Reverse Opening Service Elevators: Machine at Side Configuration:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 7 feet 6 inches (2286 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4500 lbs (2041 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 8 feet 0 inches (2438 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 5000 lbs (2268 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 8 feet 8-1/4 inches (2648 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 6 inches (1372 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 5000 lbs (2268 kg) AIA, Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 9 feet 0 inches (2743 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 6 inches (1372 mm).
          6.Application:
          a.Machine Room Less.
          b.Counterweight Location: Side.
          7.Control Space Location:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete control space locations not required. Integral or remote closet requires a minimum space of 4 foot wide by 1 foot 8 inches deep with a door width of 3 feet 6 inches. Adjacent or remote room requires a minimum space of 5 feet wide by hoistway depth with a door width of 3 feet.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Integral Closet.
          c.Adjacent Room.
          d.Remote Closet.
          e.Remote Room.
          8.Quantity of Units:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Available in up to Four Car groups and 20 openings. For other applications and features contact the manufacturer.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          9.Speed:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete speeds not required.
          a.200 fpm (100 m/s).
          b.350 fpm (1.78 m/s).
          c.500 fpm (2.54 m/s)
          10.Travel:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraph as required. The manufacturer's normal range is a maximum 230 feet (70.1 m).
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.___ feet ___ Inches,
          11.Landings:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraph as required. The manufacturer's maximum is 36.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Landings: ___.
          12.Openings: As indicated on Drawings.
          13.Operation:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete operation not required.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Microprocessor Single Car Automatic Operation.
          c.Microprocessor Duplex Car Automatic Operation.
          14.Cab Height:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required.
          a.8 feet (2438 mm).
          b.9 feet (2743 mm).
          c.10 feet (3048 mm).
          15.Entrance Height:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required.
          a.7 feet (2134 mm).
          b.8 feet (2438 mm).
          c.9 feet (2743 mm).
          16.Minimum Overhead Height: As required by manufacturer for the capacity and speed elevation specified.
          17.Power Supply:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the power supply paragraph required and delete those not required.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.208 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          c.240 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          d.460 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          e.480 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          18.Additional Power Supply:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the additional optional power supply paragraph required and delete those not required. Delete entirely if not required.
          a.Automatic Standby Power with Emergency Building Generator.
          b.Emergency Battery Power Supply.
          19.Required Pit Depth: As required by manufacturer for the capacity and speed elevation specified.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following optional paragraphs as required and delete those not required.
          20.Car Protection Pads: Include Car Protection Pads
          21.Ventilation: Provide with car ventilation fan.
 
          2.4ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS (MID TO HIGH RISE)
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The EcoSystem MR EcoDisc-powered elevator is intended for Mid to High-Rise applications of 6 to 63 landings, a Capacity of 2000 - 5000 lb (907 - 2268 kg) and Speeds of 200 - 700 fpm (1.0 - 3.56 m/s).
 
          A.Eco-System MR Electric Traction Elevators: KONE Eco-System MR gearless traction elevator:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the opening, service types and capacity required and delete those not required.
          1.Front Opening Passenger Elevators:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2000 lbs (907 kg), Opening Type SSP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740 mm) W by 4 foot 3-1/4 inches (1302 mm) D, Door Width 3 feet 0 inches (914 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2500 lbs (1134 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 4 feet 3-1/4 inches (1302 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3000 lbs (1361 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 4 feet 9-1/4 inches (1454 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3500 lbs (1588 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 5 feet 5-1/4 inches (1657 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          f.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg), Opening Type CO, 7 feet 8-1/2 inches (2350) W by 5 feet 5-1/4 inches (1681 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          2.Front Opening Service Elevators:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 7 feet 6 inches (2286 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4500 lbs (2041 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 8 feet 0 inches (2438 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 5000 lbs (2268 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 8 feet 7-1/4 inches (2635 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 6 inches (1372 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 5000 lbs (2268 kg) AIA, Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 9 feet 0 inches (2743 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 6 inches (1372 mm).
          3.Front and Reverse Opening Passenger Elevators:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2000 lbs (907 kg), Opening Type SSP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 4 feet 3-1/4 inches (1314 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 0 inches (914 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 2500 lbs (1134 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 4 feet 3-1/4 inches (1302 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3000 lbs (1361 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 4 feet 9-1/4 inches (1454 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 3500 lbs (1588 kg), Opening Type SSP-CO, 6 feet 8-1/2 inches (2045) W by 5 feet 5-1/4 inches (1657 mm) D, with Door Width 3 feet 6 inches (1067 mm).
          f.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg) , Opening Type CO, 7 feet 8-1/2 inches (2350) W by 5 feet 5-1/4 inches (1681 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          4.Front and Reverse Opening Service Elevators:
          a.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4000 lbs (1814 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 7 feet 6 inches (2286 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          c.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 4500 lbs (2041 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 8 feet 0 inches (2438 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 0 inches (1219 mm).
          d.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 5000 lbs (2268 kg) , Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 8 feet 8-1/4 inches (2648 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 6 inches (1372 mm).
          e.Capacity, Opening Type, Clear Inside Dimensions: 5000 lbs (2268 kg) AIA, Opening Type 2SP, 5 feet 8-1/2 inches (1740) W by 9 feet 0 inches (2743 mm) D, with Door Width 4 feet 6 inches (1372 mm).
          5.Application:
          a.Machine Location: Top of the hoistway mounted on car and counterweight guide rails.
          b.Control Space Location: Overhead machine room.
          6.Quantity of Units:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Available in up to Four Car groups and 20 openings. For applications and features contact the manufacturer.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          7.Speed:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete speeds not required.
          a.200 fpm (1.00 m/s).
          b.350 fpm (1.78 m/s).
          c.400 fpm (2.00 m/s)
          d.500 fpm (2.56 m/s).
          e.700 fpm (3.56 m/s).
          8.Travel:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraph as required. The manufacturer's normal range is a maximum 590 feet (180 m).
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.___ feet ___ Inches,
          9.Landings:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraph as required. The manufacturer's maximum is 63.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Landings: ___.
          10.Openings: As indicated on Drawings.
          11.Operation:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete operation not required.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.Microprocessor Single Car Automatic Operation.
          c.Microprocessor Duplex Car Automatic Operation.
          12.Cab Height:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required.
          a.8 feet (2438 mm).
          b.9 feet (2743 mm).
          c.10 feet (3048 mm).
          13.Entrance Height:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required.
          a.7 feet (2134 mm).
          b.8 feet (2438 mm).
          c.9 feet (2743 mm).
          14.Minimum Overhead Height: As required by manufacturer for the capacity and speed elevation specified.
          15.Power Supply:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the power supply paragraph required and delete those not required.
          a.As indicated on Drawings.
          b.208 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          c.240 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          d.460 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          e.480 Volts, 3 Phase 60 Hz.
          16.Additional Power Supply:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the additional optional power supply paragraph required and delete those not required. Delete entirely if not required.
          a.Automatic Standby Power with Emergency Building Generator.
          b.Emergency Battery Power Supply.
          17.Required Pit Depth: As required by manufacturer for the capacity and speed elevation specified.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following optional paragraphs as required and delete those not required.
          18.Car Protection Pads: Include Car Protection Pads
          19.Ventilation: Provide with car ventilation fan.
 
          2.5CAR AND LANDING EQUIPMENT AND FINISHES
 
          A.Landing Doors:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the door type and finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required. Mirror bronze is available for MonoSpace and EcoSystem MR only
          1.Single-Slide Door
          a.Painted finish
          b.Satin stainless steel
          c.Mirror stainless steel
          d.Satin bronze
          e.Mirror bronze.
          2.Center-Opening Door
          a.Painted finish
          b.Satin stainless steel
          c.Mirror stainless steel
          d.Satin bronze
          e.Mirror bronze.
          3.Two-Speed Side Opening Door
          a.Painted finish
          b.Satin stainless steel
          c.Mirror stainless steel
          d.Satin bronze
          e.Mirror bronze.
 
          B.Entrance Finish
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required.
          1.Painted Finish
          2.Brushed Stainless Steel
          3.Satin stainless steel
          4.Mirror stainless steel
          5.Satin bronze
          6.Mirror bronze.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two primary paragraphs “Design Collection Car Finishes” or “Car Finish” and delete the one not required.
- The “Design Collection Car Finishes” are a series of complete predefined car finish options that are available only for MonoSpace and EcoSystem MR elevators.
- The “Car Finish” paragraphs are finishes available for all elevator systems specified including EcoSpace.
- Go to manufacturer’s web site for additional information.
 
          C.Design Collection Car Finishes:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The Executive Custom Car Series must be completed by the Architect and may include virtually any finish combination required by the Architect. Contact the manufacturer for additional information.
          1.Executive Custom Car Series:
          a.Back Wall: ___________.
          b.Side Wall: ___________.
          c.Reveal: ___________.
          d.Handrail: ___________.
          e.Ceiling: ___________.
          f.Signalization: ___________.
          g.Floor: ___________.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the design series and season required from the following paragraphs as required and delete those not required. Flooring is to be specified in others section(s) of the specification.
          2.Color Laminate Series:
          a.Spring:
          1)Back Wall, Nirvana (Wilson Art 1792-60)
          2)Side Walls, Pearl Silver LS (Wilson Art D487-07)
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-1
          6)Signalization: Solid Snow White
          7)Flooring: Taupe Carpet (Van Dijk 18)
          b.Summer:
          1)Back Wall, Karratha Brush (Wilson Art 4744-60)
          2)Side Walls, Pearl Bisque LS (Wilson Art D485-07)
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-1
          6)Signalization, Solid Plum Red
          7)Flooring, Natural Beige Carpet (Van Dijk 19)
          c.Autumn:
          1)Back Wall, Jade Fusion (Wilson Art 1797-07)
          2)Side Walls, Pearl Bisque LS (Wilson Art D485-07)
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-94, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Ivory Black
          7)Recommended Flooring, Forest Carpet (Van Dijk 50)
          d.Winter:
          1)Back Wall, Woolamai (Wilson Art 4746-60)
          2)Side Walls, Pearl Silver LS (Wilson Art D487-07)
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-94, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Federal Blue
          7)Recommended Flooring, Midnight Carpet (Van Dijk 43)
          3.Wood Laminate Series:
          a.Spring:
          1)Back Wall, Beigewood (Wilson Art 7850-60)
          2)Side Walls, Satin Brushed Lite Bronze (419) (Wilson Art 6261)
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-1
          6)Recommended Signalization, Stones Sand Yellow
          7)Recommended Flooring, Taupe Carpet (Van Dijk 18)
          b.Summer:
          1)Back Wall, Amber Cherry (Wilson Art 7919-38)
          2)Side Walls, Alumasteel Aluminum (419) (Wilson Art 6277)
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-1
          6)Recommended Signalization, Stones Plum Red
          7)Recommended Flooring, Natural Beige Carpet (Van Dijk 19)
          c.Autumn:
          1)Back Wall, Wild Cherry (Wilson Art 7054-78)
          2)Side Walls, Satin Brushed Lite Bronze (419) (Wilson Art 6261)
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-94, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Stones Moss Green
          7)Recommended Flooring, Forest Carpet (Van Dijk 50)
          d.Winter:
          1)Back Wall, Asian Night (Wilson Art 7949-38)
          2)Side Walls, Alumasteel Aluminum (419) (Wilson Art 6277)
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-94, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Stones Sky Blue
          7)Recommended Flooring, Midnight Carpet (Van Dijk 43)
          4.Vintage Series:
          a.Spring:
          1)Back Wall, Satin Brushed Gold Aluminum (419) (Wilson Art 6258)
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 4 inch Flat Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-98, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Cement Grey
          7)Recommended Flooring, Caratera Snow Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
          b.Summer:
          1)Back Wall, Bronze Stria (416) (Wilson Art 6313)
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 4 inch Flat Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-98, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Plum Red
          7)Recommended Flooring, Holly Red Polished (Innovative Stone 06-1601-0000)
          c.Autumn:
          1)Back Wall, Satin Brushed (419) Medium Bronze Aluminum (Wilson Art 6262)
          2)Side Wall, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 4 inch Flat Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-97, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Ivory Black
          7)Recommended Flooring, Reynaud Natural (Innovative Stone 02-1701-0000)
          d.Winter:
          1)Back Wall, Mercury Stria (416) (Wilson Art 6312)
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Brushed Aluminum
          4)Handrail, 4 inch Flat Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-97, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Federal Blue
          7)Recommended Flooring, Reflective Pond Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
          5.Stainless Steel Series:
          a.Spring:
          1)Back Wall, Back central panel: Mirror Stainless Steel Back side panels: Satin Stainless Steel
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Handrail, 2 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-98, Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Snow White or Lights Snow White
          6)Recommended Flooring, Taupe Carpet (Van Dijk 18)
          b.Summer:
          1)Back Wall, Back central panel: Rigidized Metals, Linen Back side panels: Mirror Stainless Steel
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Handrail, 2 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-98, Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Plum Red or Lights Fiesta Red
          6)Recommended Flooring, Crimson Carpet (Van Dijk 31)
          c.Autumn:
          1)Back Wall, Rigidized Metals, Linen
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Handrail, 2 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-97, Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Lime Green or Lights Fresh Green
          6)Recommended Flooring, Forest Carpet (Van Dijk 50)
          d.Winter:
          1)Back Wall, Back central panel: Satin Stainless Steel Back side panels: Mirror Stainless Steel
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Handrail, 2 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-97, Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Federal Blue or Lights Ivory Black
          6)Recommended Flooring, Midnight Carpet (Van Dijk 43)
          6.Glass Series:
          a.Spring:
          1)Back Wall, Colored Glass White (Siberian Glaze GW1) Frame: Polished Aluminum
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Satin Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-98, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Snow White or Glasses Citrine Yellow
          7)Recommended Flooring, Caratera Snow Polished
          b.Summer:
          1)Back Wall, Colored Glass Red (Tokyo Glaze GW2) Frame: Polished Aluminum
          2)Side Wall, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Satin Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-98, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Plum Red or Glasses Agate
          7)Recommended Flooring, Holly Red Polished (Innovative Stone 06-1601-0000)
          c.Autumn:
          1)Back Wall, Colored Glass Yellow (Berlin Glaze GW3) Frame: Polished Aluminum
          2)Side Wall, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Satin Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-97, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Ivory Black or Glasses Malachite Green
          7)Recommended Flooring, Reynaud Natural (Innovative Stone 02-1701-0000)
          d.Winter:
          1)Back Wall, Colored Glass Blue (Manhattan Glaze GW4) Frame: Polished Aluminum
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Satin Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-97, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Federal Blue or Glasses Sapphire Blue
          7)Recommended Flooring, Reflective Pond Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
          7.Landscape Series:
          a.Spring:
          1)Back Wall, Back central panel: Bottom and top in Tabu 05.223. Middle in Tabu 52.090. Panel edges: Black. Back side panels: Mirror Stainless Steel.
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Satin Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-88, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Snow White
          7)Recommended Flooring, Edinburgh Wine Polished (Innovative Stone 06-1601-0000)
          b.Summer:
          1)Back Wall, Back central panel: Bottom and top in Tabu 52.067. Middle in Tabu 52.091. Panel edges: Black. Back side panels: Mirror Stainless Steel.
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Satin Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-88, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Plum Red
          7)Recommended Flooring, Holly Red Polished (Innovative Stone 06-1601-0000)
          c.Autumn:
          1)Back Wall, Back central panel: Bottom and top in Tabu 52.071. Middle in Tabu 52.060. Panel edges: Black. Back side panels: Mirror Stainless Steel.
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Satin Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-88, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Cement Gray
          7)Recommended Flooring, Caratera Sage Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
          d.Winter:
          1)Back Wall, Back central panel: Bottom and top in Tabu 52.001. Middle in Tabu 52.002. Panel edges: Black. Back side panels: Mirror Stainless Steel.
          2)Side Walls, Satin Stainless Steel
          3)Reveal, Satin Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          4)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Ceiling, LF-88, Satin Stainless Steel
          6)Recommended Signalization, Solid Federal Blue
          7)Recommended Flooring, Reflective Pond Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
          8.Panoramic Series:
          a.Spring:
          1)Back and Side Walls, Mirror Stainless Steel Beigewood (Wilson Art 7850-60) Panel edges: Black
          2)Reveal, Mirror Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          3)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-88, Mirror Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Snow White or Stones Sand Yellow
          6)Recommended Flooring, Caratera Snow Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
          b.Summer:
          1)Back and Side Walls, Mirror Stainless Steel Amber Cherry (Wilson Art 7919-78) Panel edges: Black
          2)Reveal, Mirror Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          3)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-88, Mirror Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Plum Red or Stones Plum Red
          6)Recommended Flooring, Caratera Snow Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
          c.Autumn:
          1)Back and Side Walls, Mirror Stainless Steel Figured Mahogany (Wilson Art 7040a-60) Panel edges: Black
          2)Reveal, Mirror Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          3)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-97, Mirror Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Ivory Black or Leaves Plum Red
          6)Recommended Flooring, Caratera Sage Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
          d.Winter:
          1)Back and Side Walls, Mirror Stainless Steel Asian Night (Wilson Art 7949-38) Panel edges: Black
          2)Reveal, Mirror Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          3)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-97, Mirror Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Federal Blue or Leaves Ebony Black
          6)Recommended Flooring, Reflective Pond Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
          9.Horizon Series:
          a.Spring:
          1)Back and Side Walls, Mirror Stainless Steel Pearl Bisque LS (Wilson Art D485-07) Panel edges: Black
          2)Reveal, Mirror Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          3)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-88, Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Snow White or Lights Snow White
          6)Recommended Flooring, Edinburgh Wine Polished (Innovative Stone 06-1601-0000)
          b.Summer:
          1)Back and Side Walls, Mirror Stainless Steel Alumasteel (Wilson Art 6277) Panel edges: Black
          2)Reveal, Mirror Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          3)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-88, Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Plum Red or Glasses Agate
          6)Recommended Flooring, Holly Red Polished (Innovative Stone 06-1601-0000)
          c.Autumn:
          1)Back and Side Wall, Mirror Stainless Steel, Satin Brushed Medium Bronze (Wilson Art 6262) Panel edges: Black
          2)Reveal, Mirror Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          3)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-97, Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Ivory Black or Lights Ivory Black
          6)Recommended Flooring, Caratera Sage Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
          d.Winter:
          1)Back and Side Walls, Mirror Stainless Steel Pearl Silver LS (Wilson Art D487-07) Panel edges: Black
          2)Reveal, Mirror Stainless Steel behind the raised panels
          3)Handrail, 1.5 inch Round Satin Stainless Steel
          4)Ceiling, LF-97, Satin Stainless Steel
          5)Recommended Signalization, Solid Federal Blue or Glasses Sapphire Blue
          6)Recommended Flooring, Reflective Pond Polished (Innovative Stone 02-0173-1013)
 
          D.Car Finishes:
          1.Car Wall Panel Finish Material
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the car wall panel finish paragraph required and delete those not required.
          a.Brushed Stainless Steel
          b.Mirrored Stainless Steel
          c.Brushed Bronze
          d.Mirrored Bronze
          e.Laminate Color Mystique Moonlight
          f.Laminate Color Mesa Verte
          g.Laminate Color Monterey Sun
          h.Laminate Color Burnished Ember
          i.Laminate Color Honeytone Essence
          j.Laminate Color Nickel Ev
          k.Laminate Color Karratha Brush
          l.Laminate Color Woolamai
          m.Laminate Color Natural Tigris
          n.Laminate Color Graphite Nebula
          o.Laminate Color Red Dragon Bamboo
          p.Laminate Wood Beigewood
          q.Laminate Wood Asian Night
          r.Laminate Wood Kensington Maple
          s.Laminate Wood Figured Mahogany
          t.Laminate Wood Congo Spruce
          u.Laminate Wood Amber Cherry
          v.Laminate Wood Wild Cherry
          w.Laminate Wood Windsor Mahogany
          x.Laminate Metal Satin Brushed Gold
          y.Laminate Metal Satin Brushed Light Bronze
          z.Laminate Metal Bronze Stria
          aa.Laminate Metal Alumasteel
          ab.Laminate Metal Satin Brushed Med. Bronze
          ac.Laminate Metal Mercury Stria
          ad.Laminate Pearlescent Pearl Silver LS
          ae.Laminate Pearlescent Pearl Bisque
          af.Vandal Resistant Finishes Scottish Quad Rigidized Stainless Steel
          ag.Baked Enamel Finishes: Low sheen enamel as selected from the manufacturer's standard colors.
          2.Skirting
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following skirting finish required and delete those not required.
          a.Satin stainless steel.
          b.Mirror finish stainless steel.
          c.Satin bronze.
          d.Mirror finish bronze.
          3.Car Ceiling
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the car ceiling paragraphs required and delete those not required.
          a.Standard Translucent Panels - LF-1 with brushed aluminum frame and T-5 fluorescent light fixtures.
          b.Round Diffusers in Stainless Frame - LF-2 with satin stainless frame and T-5 fluorescent light fixtures.
          c.Fluorescent Drop Ceiling - LF-94 with satin stainless panels and T-5 fluorescent light fixtures.
          d.Round LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-88 with satin stainless panels and round LED light fixtures.
          e.Round LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-88 with satin bronze panels and round LED light fixtures.
          f.Round LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-88 with mirror finish stainless panels and round LED light fixtures.
          g.Round LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-88 with mirror finish bronze panels and round LED light fixtures.
          h.Square LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-97 with satin stainless panels and square LED light fixtures.
          i.Square LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-97 with satin bronze panels and square LED light fixtures.
          j.Square LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-97 with mirror finish stainless panels and Square LED light fixtures.
          k.Square LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-97 with mirror finish bronze panels and square LED light fixtures.
          l.Rectangle LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-98 with satin stainless panels and rectangular LED light fixtures.
          m.Rectangle LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-98 with satin bronze panels and rectangular LED light fixtures.
          n.Rectangle LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-98 with mirror finish stainless panels and rectangular LED light fixtures.
          o.Rectangle LED Down Light Drop Ceiling - LF-98 with mirror finish bronze panels and rectangular LED light fixtures.
          4.Handrail Type
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the handrail type required from following paragraphs as required and delete those not required.
          a.Round tube brushed aluminum 1.5 inch diameter.
          b.Round tube satin stainless 1.5 inch diameter.
          c.Round tube brushed aluminum 2 inch diameter.
          d.Round tube satin stainless 2 inch diameter.
          e.Flat satin stainless steel, 1.5 inch.
          f.Flat satin stainless steel, 2 inch.
          g.Flat satin stainless steel, 3 inch.
          h.Flat satin stainless steel, 4 inch.
          5.Handrail Location
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the handrail location required from the following paragraphs as required and delete those not required.
          a.Side Walls - Front and Back openings only
          b.Back Wall - Front opening only
          c.Back Wall and Side Walls - Front opening only
          6.Signalization: Includes Operating Panel, Hall Lanterns and Hall Stations.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the signalization required from the following paragraphs as required and delete those not required.
          a.KSS370 Amber, 7 Segment Display
          b.KSS370 Amber, Dot Matrix Display
          c.KSS500 Amber, Dot Matrix Display
          d.KSS500 White, Dot Matrix Display
          e.KONE Design Signalization Amber, Dot Matrix
          f.KONE Design Signalization White, Dot Matrix
          g.KONE Design Signalization Blue, Dot Matrix
          h.KSS140 Vandal Resistant Signalization Amber, Dot Matrix
          7.Colors: Design Signalization color as follows:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the color required from the following paragraphs as required and delete those not required.
          a.Stones: Sand. Plumb Red. Moss Green. Sky Blue.
          b.Glasses: Citrine Yellow. Malachite Green. Sapphire Blue. Agate.
          c.Lights: Snow White. Fresh Green. Fiesta Red. Ivory Black.
          d.Solid Colors: Plum Red. Cement Green. Ivory Black. Federal Blue.
          e.Solid Colors/Neon: Lime Green. Fiesta Red. Beach Blue. Snow White.
          f.Leaves: Flax Yellow. Plum Red. Ebony Black. Fresh Green.
 
          E.Lantern & Chime Location
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required and delete those not required.
          1.In Car
          2.At Each Landing
 
          F.Combo Hall Position Indicator
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required and delete those not required.
          1.Lobby
          2.Other
 
          2.6CONTROL COMPONENTS AND CONTROL SPACE
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs as required for the elevator system specified and delete those not required.
 
          A.Controller Components: MonoSpace
          1.Drive: Provide Variable Voltage Variable Frequency drive system to develop high starting torque with low staring current. The drive will be set up for regeneration of AC power back into the building grid.
          2.Auto-transformer: Provide auto-transformer to adjust the main-line supply to the 400V required by the controller and drive.
          3.Controller:
          a.Provide microprocessor-based control system with AC Drive to perform the functions of safe elevator motion. Included shall be all of the hardware required to connect, transfer and interrupt power, and to protect the motor against overloading. The system shall also perform car and duplex operational control.
          b.Each controller cabinet containing memory equipment shall be properly shielded from line pollution. The microcomputer system shall be designed to accept reprogramming with minimum system down time.
          c.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.
 
          B.Controller Components: EcoSpace
          1.Drive: Provide Variable Voltage Variable Frequency AC drive system to develop high starting torque with low starting current.
          2.Controller:
          a.Provide microcomputer based control system to perform all of the functions.
          b.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.
          c.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.
          d.Provide a serial cardrack and main CPU board containing a non-erasable EPROM and operating system firmware.
          e.Variable field parameters and adjustments shall be contained in a non-volatile memory module.
 
          C.Control Components: EcoSystem MR
          1.Machine: AC gearless machine, with permanent magnet synchronous motor, direct current electro-mechanical disc brakes and integral traction drive sheave, mounted to a structural floor in an overhead machine room.
          2.Governor: Friction type over-speed governor rated for the duty of the elevator specified.
          3.Controller:
          a.Provide microprocessor-based control system with AC Drive to perform the functions of safe elevator motion. Include all hardware required to connect, transfer and interrupt power, and to protect the motor against overloading. System shall perform car and duplex operational control.
          b.Each controller cabinet containing memory equipment shall be properly shielded from line pollution. Design microcomputer system to accept reprogramming with minimum system down time.
          c.Protect all high voltage (110V or above) contact points inside the controller cabinet from accidental contact where the controller doors are open.
          4.Auto-transformer: Provide auto-transformer to adjust the main-line supply to the 400V required by the controller and drive
          5.Drive: Provide Variable Voltage Variable Frequency drive system to develop high starting torque with low staring current. The drive will be set up for regeneration of AC power back into the building grid.
 
          2.7EQUIPMENT: HOISTWAY COMPONENTS
 
          A.Machine: AC gearless machine, with permanent magnet synchronous motor, direct current electro-mechanical disc brakes and integral traction drive sheave, mounted to the car guide rail at the top of the hoistway.
 
          B.Governor: Friction type over-speed governor rated for the duty of the elevator specified.
 
          C.Buffers, Car and Counterweight: Polyurethane buffer.
 
          D.Hoistway Operating Devices:
          1.Emergency stop switch in the pit
          2.Terminal stopping switches.
          3.Emergency stop switch on the machine
 
          E.Positioning System: System consisting of magnets and proximity switches.
 
          F.Guide Rails and Attachments: Steel rails with brackets and fasteners.
 
          2.8CAR AND HOISTWAY ENTRANCE COMPONENTS
 
          A.Hoistway Entrances
          1.Frames: sheet steel, bolted construction.
          2.Typical Sill Entrance Finish Aluminum.
          3.Lobby Sills: extruded.
          4.Doors: Hollow metal construction with vertical internal channel reinforcements.
          5.Fire Rating: Entrance and doors shall be UL fire-rated for 1-1/2 hour.
          6.Entrance Markings Jamb Plates: Provide standard entrance jamb tactile markings on both jambs, at all floors.
          7.Plate Mounting: Refer to manufacturer drawings.
 
          B.Car Frame: Provide car frame with adequate bracing to support the platform and car enclosure.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following paragraphs for the MonoSpave and EcoSpace MR elevator systems and delete if not applicable.
 
          C.Car Safeties: Device will be provided and mounted under the car platform, securely bolted to the Car Frame. The safety will be actuated by a centrifugal governor mounted at the top of the hoistway. The Safety is designed to operate in case the car attains excessive descending speed.
 
          D.Platform, Heavy Loading Type: The car platform shall be arranged to accommodate one-piece loads weighing up to 25% of the rated capacity.
 
          E.Car Guides: Provide guide-shoes mounted to top and bottom of both car and counterweight frame. Each guide-shoe assembly shall be arranged to maintain constant contact on the rail surfaces. Provide retainers in areas with Seismic design requirements.
 
          F.Canopy: Reinforced 16-gauge milled steel. White baked enamel finish standard.
 
          G.Emergency Car Signals
          1.Emergency Siren: Siren mounted on top of cab that is activated when the alarm button in the car operating panel is engaged. Siren shall have rated sound pressure level of 80 dB(A) at a distance of three feet from device. Siren shall respond with a delay of not more than one second after activation of alarm button.
          2.Emergency Car Lighting: Provide emergency power unit employing a 12-volt sealed rechargeable battery and totally static circuits shall illuminate the elevator car and provide current to the alarm bell in the event of building power failure.
          3.Emergency Exit Contact: An electrical contact shall be provided on the car-top exit.
 
          2.9SIGNAL DEVICES AND FIXTURES
 
          A.Car Operating Panel: Provide car operating panel with all push buttons, key switches, and message indicators for elevator operation.
          1.Full height car operating panel shall contain a bank of round, mechanical, illuminated buttons marked to correspond to landings served, emergency call button, door open button, door close button, and key switches for lights, inspection, and exhaust fan. Buttons have amber illumination (halo). All buttons to have raised text and Braille marking on left hand side. The car operating display panel shall be amber 7 Segment. All texts, when illuminated, shall be amber. The full height car operating panel shall have a polycarbonate face plate that is shatterproof and impact resistant in a color and pattern per manufacturers standard selection.
          2.Additional features of car operating panel shall include:
          a.Car Position Indicator within operating panel (amber).
          b.Elevator Data Plate marked with elevator capacity and car number on car top.
          c.Help buttons with raised markings.
          d.In car stop switch per local code.
          e.Firefighter's hat.
          f.Firefighter's Phase II Key-switch.
          g.Call Cancel Button.
          h.Pre-programmed integrated ADA phone (complete description of krms features included as standard)
          i.Help Button/Communicator. Activation of help button will initiate two-way communication between car and a location inside the building, switching over to alternate location if call is unanswered, where personnel are available to take the appropriate action. Visual indicators are provided for call initiation and call acknowledgement.
          j.Firefighter's Phase II emergency in-car operating instructions.
 
          B.Hall Fixtures: Wall mounted hall fixtures shall be provided with necessary push buttons and key switches for elevator operation. Wall mounted hall fixtures shall have a polycarbonate face plate that is shatterproof and impact resistant in a color per manufacturers standard selection.
          1.Hall fixtures shall feature round, mechanical, illuminated buttons in raised fixture housings. Hall fixtures shall correspond to options available from that landing.
          2.Buttons shall be flat flush in vertically mounted fixture. Hall fixtures should not be jamb-mounted. Hall lanterns shall feature amber illumination.
 
          C.Emergency Two Way Communication Device: An Emergency Two Way Communication device shall be furnished in the car-operating panel. Necessary wires for the device shall be included and connected to the car traveling cable.
          1.Provide ADA compliant communication device. Communications equipment and connections to the building service system shall be furnished and installed by others.
 
          D.Car Lantern and Chime: A directional lantern visible from the corridor shall be provided in the car entrance. When the car stops and the doors are opening, the lantern shall indicate the direction in which the car is to travel and a chime will sound. The chime will sound once for up and twice for down.
 
          2.10ELEVATOR OPERATION AND CONTROLLER
 
          A.Elevator Operation
          1.Simplex Collective Operation: Using a microprocessor-based controller, operation shall be automatic by means of the car and hall buttons. If all calls in the system have been answered, the car shall park at the last landing served.
          2.Zoned Car Parking.
          3.Relative System Response Dispatching.
 
          B.Standard Operating Features to include:
          1.Full Collective Operation
          2.Fan and Light Control.
          3.Load Weighing Bypass.
          4.Ascending Car Uncontrolled Movement Protection
          5.Top of Car Inspection Station.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the optional additional operating features required from of the following paragraph and delete those not required.
 
          C.Additional Operating Features to include:
          1.Independent Service
          2.Hoistway Access Bottom Landing
          3.Hoistway Access Top Landing
          4.Car Secure Access
          5.Provision for Card Reader
          6.Emergency Hospital Service
          7.Provision for CCTV
          8.Intercom Provisions
 
          D.Elevator Control System for Inspections and Emergency
          1.Provide devices within controller to run the elevator in inspection operation.
          2.Provide devices on car top to run the elevator in inspection operation.
          3.Provide within controller an emergency stop switch to disconnect power from the brake and prevents motor from running.
          4.Provide the means from the controller to mechanically lift and control the elevator brake to safely bring car to nearest available landing when power is interrupted.
          5.Provide the means from the controller to reset the governor over speed switch and also trip the governor.
          6.Provide the means from the controller to reset the emergency brake when set because of an unintended car movement or ascending car over speed.
          7.Provide the means for the control to reset elevator earthquake operation.
 
          2.11DOOR OPERATOR AND CONTROL
 
          A.Door Operator: A closed loop permanent magnet PWF high-performance door operator shall be provided to open and close the car and hoistway doors simultaneously. Door movement shall be cushioned at both limits of travel. Electro-mechanical interlock shall be provided at each hoistway entrance to prevent operation of the elevator unless all doors are closed and locked. An electric contact shall be provided on the car at each car entrance to prevent the operation of the elevator unless the car door is closed.
 
          B.The door operator shall be arranged so that, in case of interruption or failure of electric power, the doors can be readily opened by hand from within the car, in accordance with applicable code. Emergency devices and keys for opening doors from the landing shall be provided as required by local code.
 
          C.Doors shall open automatically when the car has arrived at or is leveling at the respective landings. Doors shall close after a predetermined time interval or immediately upon pressing of a car button. A door open button shall be provided in the car. Momentary pressing of this button shall reopen the doors and reset the time interval.
 
          D.Door hangers and tracks shall be provided for each car and hoistway door. Tracks shall be contoured to match the hanger sheaves. The hangers shall be designed for power operation with provisions for vertical and lateral adjustment. Hanger sheaves shall have polyurethane tires and pre-lubricated sealed-for-life bearings.
 
          E.Electronic Door Safety Device. The elevator car shall be equipped with an electronic protective device extending the full height of the car. When activated, this sensor shall prevent the doors from closing or cause them to stop and reopen if they are in the process of closing. The doors shall remain open as long as the flow of traffic continues and shall close shortly after the last person passes through the door opening.
 
          PART 3EXECUTION
 
          3.1EXAMINATION
 
          A.Field measure and examine substrates, supports, and other conditions under which elevator work is to be performed.
 
          B.Prior to start of Work, verify hoistway is in accordance with shop drawings and the following:
          1.Dimensional tolerance of hoistway from shop drawings: minus 0 inches plus 2 inches.
          2.Verify projections greater then 2 inches (4 inches if ASME A17.1/CSA B44 2000 applies) must be beveled not less then 75 degrees from horizontal.
          3.Verify landings have been prepared for entrance sill installation.
          4.Verify elevator pit has been constructed in accordance with requirements, is dry and reinforced to sustain vertical forces. Verify that sumps or sump pumps located within pit will not interfere with installed elevator equipment.
          5.Prior to start of Work, verify control space has been constructed in accordance with shop drawings, with proper access, including sleeves and penetrations.
          6.Verify installation of GFCI protected 20-amp in pit and adjacent to each signal control cabinet in control space.
 
          C.Do not begin installation until substrates, supports and other conditions have been properly prepared.
 
          D.If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
 
          3.2PREPARATION
 
          A.Coordinate Interface with Work specified in other Sections:
          1.Coordinate installation of anchors, bearing plates, brackets and other related accessories.
          2.Install guide rail brackets attached to steel prior to application of fireproofing.
          3.Coordinate construction of entrance walls with installation of door frames and sills. Maintain front wall opening until elevator equipment has been installed.
          a.Ensure adequate support for entrance attachment points at all landings.
          b.Coordinate wall openings for hall push buttons, signal fixtures and sleeves. Each elevator requires sleeves within the hoistway wall.
          c.Coordinate emergency power transfer switch and power change pending signals as required for termination at the primary elevator signal control cabinet in each group.
          d.Coordinate interface of elevators and fire alarm system.
          e.Coordinate interface of dedicated telephone line.
 
          B.Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the manufacturer for achieving the best result for the substrate under the project conditions.
 
          3.3INSTALLATION
 
          A.Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and applicable codes.
 
          B.Install equipment, guides, controls, car and accessories in accordance with manufacturer installation methods and recommended practices.
 
          C.Properly locate guide rails and related supports at locations in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations and approved shop drawings. Anchor to building structure using isolation system to minimize transmission of vibration to structure.
 
          D.All hoistway frames shall be securely fastened to fixing angles mounted in the hoistway. Coordinate installation of sills and frames with other trades.
 
          E.Lubricate operating system components in accordance with manufacturer recommendations.
 
          F.Perform final adjustments, and necessary service prior to substantial completion.
 
          3.4TESTING AND INSPECTIONS
 
          A.Perform recommended and required testing in accordance with authority having jurisdiction.
 
          B.Obtain required permits and provide originals to Owner's Representative.
 
          3.5DEMONSTRATION
 
          A.Prior to substantial completion, instruct Owner's Representative on the proper function and required daily maintenance of elevators. Instruct personnel on emergency procedures.
 
          3.6PROTECTION
 
          A.Protect installed products until completion of project.
 
          B.Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
 
          3.7SCHEDULES
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Retain Paragraph below if required to suit project requirements. Identify products by name on the Drawings or use this paragraph to define the location of each type of material to be used. The following are some examples of schedule references. Edit as required to suit project or delete and identify products on the Drawings.
 
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          B.:
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