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SECTION 11 12 33
VEHICULAR BARRIER SYSTEMS AND BOLLARDS
 
 
Copyright 2013 - 2016 ARCAT, Inc. - All rights reserved
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** SecureUSA, Inc.; vehicular barrier systems, bollards
This section is based on the products of SecureUSA, Inc., which is located at:
4250 Keith Bridge Rd.
Cumming, GA 30041
Toll Free: 888-222-4559
Phone: 770-205-0789
Fax: 770-889-7939
Email: brad.stuart@SecureUSA.net
Web Site: www.SecureUSA.net
SecureUSA(R) is a global provider of Intelligent Perimeter Defense Solutions. We specialize in merging physical security with information technology to create a holistic perimeter defense solution. Our capabilities include perimeter defense project design, system integration, security management systems and product innovation to prevent vehicular and pedestrian intrusion of at risk facilities.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
 
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A.
Vehicular Barrier Systems And Bollards of the Following Types:
1.
Surface mount vehicular barrier systems. (SU SM2400 - Ref par 2.2)
2.
Shallow mount vehicular barrier systems. (SHS3100 - Ref par 2.3)
3.
Flush mount vehicular barrier systems. (SHF3600S - Ref par 2.4)
4.
Electric and retractable bollard systems. (SU EB/RB - Ref par 2.5)
5.
Standard fixed bollards. (SU FX - Ref par 2.6)
6.
Removable standard foundation bollards. (SU RB series - Ref par 2.7)
7.
Sidewalk bollards. (SU SWB - Ref par 2.8)
8.
Removable shallow foundation sidewalk bollards. (SU RSWB - Ref par 2.9)
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
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A.
Division 2; for related sitework.
B.
Division 16; for electrical requirements and connections.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
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A.
American Concrete Institute (ACI):
1.
ACI 305R - Hot Weather Concreting.
2.
ACI 306R - Cold Weather Concreting.
3.
ACI 308 - Standard Practice for Curing Concrete.
4.
ACI 309R - Guide for Consolidation of Concrete.
5.
ACI 318/318M - Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete.
B.
American Welding Society (AWS):
1.
AWS A5.1 - Specification for Carbon Steel for Shielded Metal Arc Welding.
2.
AWS A5.5 - Specification for Low Alloy Steel Electrodes for Shielded Metal Arc Welding.
3.
AWS D1.1 - Structural Welding Code; Steel.
C.
ASTM International (ASTM):
1.
ASTM A 36 - Standard Specification for Carbon Structural Steel.
2.
ASTM A 53 - Standard Specification for Pipe, Steel, Black and Hot-Dipped, Zinc-Coated Welded and Seamless.
3.
ASTM A 106 - Standard Specification for Seamless Carbon Steel Pipe for High Temperature Service.
4.
ASTM A 108 - Standard Specification for Steel Bars, Carbon, Cold Finished, Standard Quality.
5.
ASTM A 496 - Standard Specification for Steel Wire, Deformed, for Concrete Reinforcement.
6.
ASTM A 497 - Standard Specification for Steel Welded Wire Fabric, Deformed, for Concrete Reinforcement.
7.
ASTM A 500 - Standard Specification for Cold Formed Welded and Seamless Carbon Steel Structural Tubing in Rounds and Shapes.
8.
ASTM A 615 - Standard Specification for Deformed and Plain Billet-Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement.
9.
ASTM A 775 - Standard Specification for Epoxy-Coated Reinforcing Steel Bars.
10.
ASTM C 33 - Standard Specification for Concrete Aggregates.
11.
ASTM C 150 - Standard Specification for Portland Cement.
12.
ASTM C 494 - Standard Specification for Chemical Admixtures for Concrete.
13.
ASTM C 1116 - Standard Specification for Fiber-Reinforced Concrete.
D.
National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers (NAAMM): NAAMM MFM - Metal Finishes Manual.
E.
South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD): SCAQMD Rule No. 1168 - Adhesive and Sealant Applications.
1.4
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
B.
Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets and detail drawings for each product to be used, including:
1.
Preparation instructions and recommendations.
2.
Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
3.
Product literature.
4.
Installation methods.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Following applies to Standard fixed bollards (SU FX). Delete if not required.
 
C.
Sequence of Operation: Submit sequence of operation. Consult with the manufacturer on options available for interfacing and integrating with auxiliary equipment and systems on site.
D.
Shop Drawings: Submit shop drawings for each product and accessory required. Include information not fully detailed in manufacturer's standard product data including, but not limited to, assembly and foundation.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Following applies to Standard fixed bollards (SU FX). Delete if not required.
 
E.
Wiring Diagrams: Submit wiring diagrams detailing power, signal, and control systems, clearly differentiating between manufacturer installed wiring and field installed wiring, and between components provided by the manufacturer and those provided by others.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete selection samples if colors have already been selected.
 
F.
Selection Samples: Two complete sets of samples, representing manufacturer's full range of available products and colors. Where finishes involve normal color variations, include samples showing the full, range of variations expected.
G.
Verification Samples: For each product and finish specified, two samples representing actual products and colors. Provide additional samples to show fabrication techniques and workmanship as required by Architect.
H.
Quality Control Submittals/Design Data: For installed products indicated to comply with certain design loadings, include structural analysis data signed and sealed by the professional engineer who was responsible for their preparation.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete subparagraph below if LEED certification is not required.
 
I.
LEED Submittals: Submittals that are required to comply with requirements for LEED certification include, but shall not be limited to, the following:
 
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1.
MR 4.1 Recycled Content Materials: Provide product data and certification letter indicating percentages by weight of post consumer and pre consumer recycled content for products having recycled content. Include statement indicating costs for each product having recycled content.
2.
MR 4.2 Recycled Content Materials: Provide product data and certification letter indicating percentages by weight of post consumer and pre consumer recycled content for products having recycled content. Include statement indicating costs for each product having recycled content.
3.
MR 5.1 Regional Materials: Provide product data for regional materials indicating location and distance from the Project of material manufacturer and point of extraction, harvest, or recovery for each raw material. Distance shall be within 500 miles (805 Km) of the Project Site. Include statement indicating cost for each regional material and, if applicable, the fraction by weight that is considered regional.
4.
MR 5.2 Regional Materials: Provide product data for regional materials indicating location and distance from the Project of material manufacturer and point of extraction, harvest, or recovery for each raw material. Distance shall be within 500 miles (805 Km) of the Project Site. Include statement indicating cost for each regional material and, if applicable, the fraction by weight that is considered regional.
5.
EQ 4.1, EQ 4.2 Low Emitting Materials: Submit certification by the manufacturer confirming that products (i.e., adhesives, sealants, paints, coatings, etc.) are within the volatile organic compound (VOC) limits set by specific agencies or other requirements as outlined in LEED Green Building Rating System. VOC limits shall be clearly stated in the submittal.
J.
Contract Closeout Submittals:
1.
Operation and Maintenance Data: Submit operation and maintenance data for vehicular barrier systems to include in operation and maintenance manuals specified in Division 1.
2.
Warranty Data: Submit manufacturer's warranty documents specified herein.
3.
Installation Certification: Submit letter of certification from the manufacturer, signed by the Contractor and the Installer, stating that the work was provided in compliance with the Contract Documents and that the installation was proper for the conditions of application and use, and resulted in the work being installed to comply with the performance characteristics specified.
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Qualifications:
1.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Manufacturer shall be a firm engaged in the manufacture of sidewalk bollards of types and sizes required, and whose products have been in satisfactory use in similar service for a minimum of five years.
2.
Installer Qualifications: Installer shall be a firm that shall have a minimum of five years of successful installation experience with projects utilizing sidewalk bollards similar in type and scope to that required for this Project, and shall be approved by the manufacturer. The Installer shall have had at least completed 20 Department of State (DOS) equivalent project installations in the past three years.
a.
If work is to be done by a manufacturer authorized installer; that authorized installer shall be one that has been trained by the manufacturer.
3.
Welder Qualifications: Qualify welding processes and welding operators in accordance with AWS standard qualification procedures. Operators shall carry proof of qualification on their persons.
B.
Regulatory Requirements: Comply with applicable requirements of the laws, codes, ordinances, and regulations of Federal, State, and local authorities having jurisdiction. Obtain necessary approvals from such authorities.
C.
Manufacturer's Certified Representative: At the start of the installation, periodically as work progresses, and after completion, furnish the services of the manufacturer's certified representative at the job site as necessary to advise on every phase of the work.
D.
Pre Installation Conference:
1.
Approved installer is to conduct a pre installation conference in accordance with Division 1 requirements.
2.
Prior to commencing the installation, meet at the Project site to review the material selections, installation procedures, and coordination with other trades.
3.
Pre installation conference shall include, but shall not be limited to, the General Contractor, the Installer, manufacturer's certified representative, and any trade that requires coordination with the work.
4.
Date and time of the pre installation conference shall be acceptable to the Owner and the Architect.
E.
Single Source Responsibility: To the greatest extent possible, obtain products and other required accessories from a single source with resources to produce products of consistent quality in appearance and physical properties without delaying the work and without affecting the performance characteristics of the work. Any materials which are not produced by the manufacturer shall be acceptable and approved by the manufacturer.
1.6
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Deliver materials to the Project site in supplier's or manufacturer's original wrappings and containers, labeled with supplier's or manufacturer's name, material or product brand name, and lot number, if any. Manufacturer's recommended measures shall be taken to prevent damage to the materials during shipment. Measures shall be of sufficient structural integrity to enable the assembly to be lifted and transported by overhead crane or forklift.
B.
Upon receipt at the job site, materials shall be checked to ensure that no damage occurred during shipping or handling.
C.
Store materials in their original, undamaged packages and containers, inside a well ventilated area protected from weather, moisture, soiling, extreme temperatures, and humidity.
1.7
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install systems under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's recommended limits.
B.
Field Measurements: Take field measurements prior to fabrication of the work and preparation of shop drawings, to ensure correct product is ordered and proper fitting of work. Show recorded measurements on final shop drawings. Notify the Owner and the Architect, in writing, of any dimensions found which are not within specified dimensions and tolerances in the Contract Documents, prior to proceeding with the fabrication. Coordinate fabrication schedule with construction progress to avoid delaying the work.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Following applies to Standard fixed bollards (SU FX). Delete if not required.
 
1.8
MAINTENANCE
A.
Continued Service and Maintenance: Barrier shall be maintained by a manufacturer certified technician. The barrier shall be maintained following the manufacturer's preventive maintenance guidelines. The manufacturer will have service and maintenance capabilities to deliver phone support and on site support when required. Manufacturer will have a 24/7/365 unlimited telephone support for customers that are under annual service and maintenance agreement.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: SecureUSA / A Betafence Group Company, which is located at: 4250 Keith Bridge Rd.; Cumming, GA 30041; Toll Free Tel: 888-222-4559; Tel: 770-205-0789; Fax: 770-889-7939; Email: request info (Brad.stuart@secureusa.net); Web: www.SecureUSA.net
 
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B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
 
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2.2
SURFACE MOUNT VEHICULAR BARRIER SYSTEMS (SU SM2400)
 
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A.
Basis of Design: SU 2400 Series Future Wedge Barrier System as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
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1.
Model: SMS2408 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 8 foot (2438 mm).
2.
Model: SMS2410 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 10 foot (3048 mm).
3.
Model: SMS2412 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 12 foot (3658 mm).
4.
Description: 24 inches (610 mm) high and shall be available with clear opening widths ranging from 8 feet (2438 mm) to 12 feet (3658 mm) or it shall be able to be used in a two-barrier configuration to achieve a 30 foot (9144 mm) clear opening.
5.
Crash Rating: Able to withstand an impact from a 2500 pound (1134 kg) vehicle traveling at 60 mph (97 km/hour) or a 5000 pound (2268 kg) vehicle traveling at 42 mph (68 km/hour).
B.
Basis of Design: Single Buttress 3100 Series Future Wedge Barrier System as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
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1.
Model: SMS3108 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 8 foot (2438 mm).
2.
Model: SMS3110 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 10 foot (3048 mm).
3.
Model: SMS3112 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 12 foot (3658 mm).
4.
Description: 31 inches (787 mm) high and shall be available with clear opening widths ranging from 8 feet (2438 mm) to 12 feet (3658 mm) for the single buttress or it shall be able to be used in a two-barrier configuration to achieve a 30 foot (9144 mm) clear opening.
5.
Crash Rating: Able to withstand an impact from a 2500 pound (1134 kg) vehicle traveling at 60 mph (97 km/hour) or a 5000 pound (2268 kg) vehicle traveling at 42 mph (68 km/hour).
C.
Basis of Design: Dual Buttress 3100 Series Future Wedge Barrier System as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
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1.
Model: SMD3110 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 10 foot (3048 mm).
2.
Model: SMD3112 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 12 foot (3658 mm).
3.
Model: SMD3115 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 15 foot (4572 mm)..
4.
Model: SMD3117 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 17 foot (5182 mm).
5.
Description: 31 inches (787 mm) high and shall be available with clear opening widths ranging from and 8 feet (2438 mm) to 15 feet (4572 mm).
6.
Crash Rating: Rated for DOS K4 and ASTM M30, and able to withstand an impact from 15,000 pound (6804 kg) vehicle traveling at 30 mph (48 km/hour).
D.
Basis of Design: Portable Dual Buttress 3100 Series Future Wedge Barrier System as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
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1.
Model: SMDP3110 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 10 foot (3048 mm).
2.
Model: SMDP3112 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 12 foot (3658 mm).
3.
Model: SMDP3115 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 15 foot (4572 mm).
4.
Model: SMDP3117 Future Wedge Barrier System. Clear Opening 17 foot (5182 mm).
5.
Description: 31 inches (787 mm) high and shall be available with clear opening widths ranging from and 8 feet (2438 mm) to 15 feet (4572 mm).
6.
Crash Rating: Rated for DOS K4 and ASTM M30, and able to withstand an impact from 15,000 pound (6804 kg) vehicle traveling at 30 mph (48 km/hour).
E.
System Description: Designed to prevent vehicular intrusion into facilities. Surface mount, modular bolt down vehicular barrier system. Configurable to meet traffic control scenarios for variety of facility requirements. Shall consist of the following three major components: Barrier electrical. System control panel. Operator panels
1.
Electrical Operating System: Provide electrical operating system in accordance with this Section and the manufacturer's requirements. A hydraulic operating system will not be acceptable.
2.
Acutator: The barrier shall have a self contained electro mechanical actuator.
3.
Gate Arm and Traffic Lights: The barrier shall be able to be fitted with an integrated gate arm and traffic lights, installed within the buttress.
4.
Crash Rating: The vehicular barrier system shall be designed to prevent unauthorized vehicular intrusion into facilities and shall also provide positive control of normal traffic in either direction.
5.
Environment: Barrier shall function at extreme weather conditions, 30 degrees F ( 34 degrees C) to +120 degrees F (49 degrees C). Barrier shall be designed to withstand various road conditions, i.e., dust, debris, rain, sleet, snow, and ice
F.
Compliance:
1.
Steel Pipes: ASTM A 53/A 53M.
2.
Welding Electrodes: AWS A5.1 or AWS A5.5 E 7 XX.
3.
Shear Studs: ASTM A 108 and AWS D1.1.
4.
Concrete: ACI 318/318M.
5.
Cement: ASTM C 150, Type I or Type II.
6.
Aggregates: ASTM C 33.
7.
Concrete: Air dried in accordance with ACI 318/318M, Table 4.2.1.
8.
Curing: ACI 305R. Cold weather concrete shall comply with ACI 306R.
 
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9.
Reinforcing Steel: ASTM A 615/A 615M, Grade 60 (Grade 420).
10.
Epoxy Coated Reinforcing Steel: ASTM A 775/A 775M.
11.
Electric Components: Comply with UL certification requirements.
12.
Welding: Quality assurance and personnel according to AWS D1.1. Certify each welder has satisfactory passed the AWS qualifications.
13.
New Slab Construction: Concrete shall be laboratory designed, machine mixed, producing 4000 psi (27.58 MPa) at 28 days. Cement shall be tested portland cement conforming to ASTM C 150, Type I or Type II. Aggregates shall conform to ASTM C 33. Maximum size of aggregate shall be 1.5 inches (38 mm). Reinforcing steel shall be deformed bars conforming to ASTM A 615/A 615M, Grade 60 (Grade 420) (60,000 psi [413.7 MPa]). Hooks and bends shall conform to ACI 318/318M.
G.
Components:
1.
Barrier: The surface mount system shall consist of a modular system that shall allow for different configurations at time of installation and shall also be able to be adapted in the future. The barrier shall be constructed from several elements that can be purchased separately at any time and easily integrated into vehicular barrier system.
2.
Buttress: The standard buttress shall be constructed as left or right hand and may be installed on either the left or the right side of the road. The buttress shall be a steel fabricated structure with a base plate that shall include, but shall not be limited to, holes for anchoring to the foundation. The buttress frame shall contain the electro mechanical actuator. A cover shall be installed around the buttress frame. The buttress frame shall be pre drilled to accommodate a standard safety module or a traffic light module
3.
Plate Assembly: The plate assembly shall consist of two major components, the rising barrier plate and the supporting fixed anchor plate and hinges. The barrier plate shall be aligned to the fixed anchor plate through a procedure specified in the installation documentation. This procedure shall assure proper alignment of the bolt pattern at the time of installation
4.
Drive Actuator: The barrier shall be operated by a self contained electro mechanical linear actuator built into the buttress. The actuator shall be controlled with a soft start and soft stop device that shall decelerate near the end of travel to prevent mechanical shocks to the vehicular barrier system and shall reduce wear and tear for longer life
a.
Motor: 2 horsepower, 230 volts AC, three phase, 60 hertz.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Three phase power below is not required for the vehicular barrier system Delete power requirements not required.
 
b.
Power Requirements: 220 volts AC, single phase, 50/60 hertz, 30 amperes based on options selected (equivalent to a standard guard booth air conditioner power requirements).
c.
Power Requirements: 208 - 480 volts AC, three phase, 50/60 hertz, 30 - 20 amperes based on options selected.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete safety module not required.
 
5.
Safety Module: Shall include a gate arm and traffic light (stop/caution) at entry, exit, or both sides of the buttress. The gate arm shall be able to be installed on the entry or the exit side of the buttress to accommodate traffic flow in either direction.
6.
Safety Module: Traffic Lights Module; shall include stop/caution light at entry, exit or both sides with no gate arm. Both lights and arm shall be modular and replaceable. They shall fit on top of the buttress and shall be able to be installed on the left buttress, the right buttress, or on both buttresses. Both units shall be activated and controlled by the barrier control system.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete gate arm length not required.
 
a.
Gate Arm Length: 8 feet (2438 mm).
b.
Gate Arm Length: 10 feet (3048 mm).
c.
Provide two traffic lights per module, single lens, LED based, alternating red and amber color.
H.
System Electrical Panel:
 
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1.
Compliance: Provide optional mounting within NEMA 4 general purpose enclosure. The barrier shall be powered and controlled from an electrical power unit (EPU). The system electrical panel shall contain the following equipment: Vehicular barrier system PLC. The PLC shall monitor and control all of the vehicular barrier system functions. Barrier and gate arm drive controls. The intelligent drive controllers shall provide for faster movements with automatic slowdown at the end of the movement to reduce mechanical wear and provide a quieter operation and longer barrier life. Electrical power distribution and protection along with the systems power supply.
2.
The system electrical panel shall be mounted within 50 feet of the barrier. The system electrical panel Comply with UL certification requirements. Field device connections shall be run to interposing terminal strips. Single barrier panel size shall be 30 inches (762 mm) high by 30 inches (762 mm) wide by 10 inches (254 mm) deep (based on options). The electrical panel shall consist of a NEMA 4 rated cabinet for outdoor mounting.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
3.
Provide optional Barrier heater shall be 120 volt under plate heater.
4.
Safety loops detector included in system control panel for connecting entry and exit safety loops.
I.
Operator's Stations: Operator panels shall be available as pushbuttons systems with indicator lamps or touch screen panels with optional system diagnostic tools.
J.
Main Operator Panel: An operator's control station shall be used to control the barrier's operation. This panel shall have the following functions, but shall be able to be customized to meet the requirements of the specific sequence of operation: Enable key (key lockable) main switch to enable operation of the pushbutton on the panel. Sub panel enable (key lockable) switch to enable operation of the sub panel. Open/close road lighted pushbutton to initiate the open or close road sequence and display the status of the system. Emergency operate (EO) lighted pushbutton with a protective cover to close the road with the highest possible barrier speed. The EO function requires a reset activated by an EO reset lighted pushbutton located on the panel. The EO shall bypass all safety interlocks. Automatic/manual operation selector switch to permit the operator to turn off automatic gate controls and operate the barrier manually with the open and close road buttons. Gate arm barrier both selector switch to allow the operator to select an independent mode of operation for either the gate arm or the barrier. Reset button to reset barrier after a system fault.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
K.
Sub Operator Panel: Provide optional sub operator panels. A control station shall also be able to be supplied to control the barrier operation when local and remote control of the barrier is desired. This panel shall be similar in function to the master control station. Enable key (key lockable) to enable operation of the pushbutton on the panel. Open/close road pushbuttons and status indicating lights to initiate the open or close road sequence and display the status of the system. Emergency operate (EO) lighted pushbutton with a protective cover to close the road with the highest possible barrier speed. The EO function shall be reset from the master control station. The EO shall bypass all safety interlocks.
L.
Touch Screen Operator Control Panels: Touch screen control panels shall be available for main, sub operators control panels. Touch screen panel layout shall be customizable utilizing full monochrome or color screens and shall be easy to zoom in from total overview through to individual barrier settings and diagnostics as needed. Provide rugged industrial strength screens. Units shall have multiple customizable interfaces (Ethernet, USB, Serial, etc.). Provide logging of events and alarms for reporting. Programs and data shall be saved to compact flash removable memory cards, easy to use, read on any PC, instant backup, and data security. Simple two wire cable shall connect the touch screens to the electrical panels. Shall run on proven ultra reliable Microsoft Windows CE (Industrial Version) platform. Shall be password protected with multiple users and security levels. Provide proven standard layouts and functionality.
M.
Barrier Operation: The vehicular barrier system shall be manually controlled from the operator control stations, automatically controlled from a remotely located security control system with local interfaces such as card readers. The vehicular barrier system shall provide integrated control of the traffic lights, gate arm, and safety loops as part of the standard control system
1.
Normal Cycle Time: 4 seconds to open and 5 seconds to close the road. Emergency: 4 second emergency override. Frequency: Design maximum of 300+ cycles per hour during peak usage. Barrier Expected Life: 1,000,000 cycles. Power Loss: Normal operation of system during power outage with optional manual operator. Optional UPS system shall be available. Maintenance Safety: Lockable buttress pins. Traffic/Safety Module: Shall include gate arm and/or traffic lights unit, integrated on top of buttress.
2.
Sequence of Operation: Sequence indicated below is standard operation supplied with the system. Customizable options are available to meet facility needs. Consult with the manufacturer on all options available for interfacing and integrating with auxiliary equipment and systems on site.
a.
General Guidelines: Control Panel (CP) is installed in the building security room, which has right to operate all of the barriers.
1)
MANUAL mode definition: The roadway opens by manually pressing OPEN button on active control panel and the roadway closes by pressing CLOSE button on the active control panel manually.
2)
AUTO mode definition: The roadway will automatically open by a valid card reader swipe or a presence loop activated, and the roadway closes when a pulse-to-close signal is sent by the loop.
b.
Auto Mode: Normal State: Barrier Is In The Secure Position (Barrier Raised/Gate Arm Lowered, Traffic Light Red). The Mode Switch Is Placed To AUTO On the Enabled CP. A Car Approaches And The Driver Swipe Card Reader That Initiate A Pulse To Open Sequence. Barrier Lowers. After Barrier Reaches Full Down Position. Gate Arm Raises. After Gate Arm Reaches Full Up Position. Traffic Light Turns Flashing Amber. Car Travels Across Protected Side Safety Loop, Once Past The Loop the Traffic Light Turns Red. Car Crosses Barrier Then Attack Side Safety Loop. Once Car Passes Attack Side Loop And Loops Are Clear, After A 2-second Delay. Gate Arm Lowers. After Gate Arm Reaches Full Down Position. Barrier Raises To Full Up Position. System Has Returned To Normal State of AUTO Mode
c.
Manual Mode: Normal State: Barrier Is In The Secure Position (Barrier Raised/Gate Arm Lowered, Traffic Light Red). The Mode Switch Is Placed To MANUAL On CP. Security Personnel Manually Pushes The OPEN Button. Barrier Lowers. After Barrier Reaches Full Down Position. Gate Arm Raises And After Gate Arm Reaches Full Up Position. Traffic Light Turns Flashing Amber. Car Travels Across The First Safety Loop, The Barrier, And Then Second Safety Loop. If Safety Loops Are Clear. Security Personnel Manually Pushes The CLOSE Button. Traffic Light Turns Red. Gate Arm Lowers. After Gate Arm Reaches Full Down Position. Barrier Raises To Full Up Position. System Has Returned To Normal State Of MANUAL Mode.
3.
Integration and Interfaces: The vehicular barrier system controls shall be designed to interface to standard security devices and systems. The system shall provide outputs and inputs to interface to remote monitoring or control systems. The system shall be able to be easily integrated with auxiliary equipment such as garage doors, sliding gates, card readers, vehicle identification systems, and control loops to form a complete perimeter security system.
N.
Fabrication: The barriers shall be designed with the highest level of quality assurance and quality control to ensure that the systems are reliable over the life of the product and to reduce the probability of a facility security breach related to an equipment failure
1.
Identification: A nameplate with the manufacturer's name, model number, serial number, and year built shall be located within the maintenance access area.
2.
Testing: Upon completion, the vehicular barrier system shall be factory tested for operation according to the sequence of operation and standard equipment parameters, using a validation and verification testing methodology.
3.
Workmanship: The barrier and subsystems workmanship shall have a neat and professional appearance.
4.
Dimensions: Principal dimensions shall be checked against drawings and ordering information.
5.
Finish: Coatings shall be checked against ordering information for color and appearance.
 
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2.3
SHALLOW MOUNT VEHICULAR BARRIER SYSTEMS (SHS3100)
A.
Basis of Design: SHS 3100 Shallow Mount Barrier as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
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1.
Model: SHS3108.
2.
Model: SHS3110.
3.
SHS3108-4 Future Wedge Barrier System.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M30 energy level.
c.
Foundation Depth: 15 inches (203 mm).
d.
Clear Opening, Plate Width: 8 foot (2438 mm).
4.
SHS3110-4 Future Wedge Barrier System.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M30 energy level.
c.
Foundation Depth: 15 inches (203 mm).
d.
Clear Opening, Plate Width: 10 foot (3048 mm).
5.
SHS3112-4 Future Wedge Barrier System.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M30 energy level.
c.
Foundation Depth: 15 inches (203 mm).
d.
Clear Opening, Plate Width: 12 foot (3658 mm).
6.
SHS3108-8 Future Wedge Barrier System.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (K8) impact certified.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 40 MPH (6,804 kg at 64.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M40 energy level.
c.
Foundation Depth: 15 inches (203 mm).
d.
Clear Opening, Plate Width: 8 foot (2438 mm).
7.
SHS3110-8 Future Wedge Barrier System.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (K8) impact certified.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 40 MPH (6,804 kg at 64.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M40 energy level.
c.
Foundation Depth: 15 inches (203 mm).
d.
Clear Opening, Plate Width: 10 foot (3048 mm).
8.
SHS3112-8 Future Wedge Barrier System.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (K8) impact certified.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 40 MPH (6,804 kg at 64.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M40 energy level.
c.
Foundation Depth: 15 inches (203 mm).
d.
Clear Opening, Plate Width: 12 foot (3658 mm).
9.
SHS3108-12 Future Wedge Barrier System.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M50 (K12) impact certified.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 50 MPH (6,804 kg at 80 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M50 energy level.
c.
Foundation Depth: 15 inches (203 mm).
d.
Clear Opening, Plate Width: 8 foot (2438 mm).
10.
SHS3110-12 Future Wedge Barrier System.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M50 (K12) impact certified.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 50 MPH (6,804 kg at 80 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M50 energy level.
c.
Foundation Depth: 15 inches (203 mm).
d.
Clear Opening, Plate Width: 10 foot (3048 mm).
11.
SHS3112-12 Future Wedge Barrier System.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M50 (K12) impact certified.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 50 MPH (6,804 kg at 80 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M50 energy level.
c.
Foundation Depth: 15 inches (203 mm).
d.
Clear Opening, Plate Width: 12 foot (3658 mm).
12.
The barrier shall have a self-contained electro-mechanical actuator for efficient and reliable controls.
13.
The barrier shall be able to be fitted with an integrated gate arm and traffic lights, installed within the buttress.
B.
System Description: Designed to prevent vehicular intrusion into facilities, provides security by providing an obstacle to non armored or non tracked vehicles. Modular high security plate barrier designed to prevent vehicular intrusion into facilities. When deployed the plate height is 31 inches (787 mm) above the surface of the roadway and a single barrier can block a road width of up to 16 feet (6877 mm). In the event of a crash, the plate is held in place by a series of Crash Linkages which are attached to Sub Frame structure embedded below road's surface. Designed to stop and disable a vehicle attacking from a specified direction and within the weight and velocity characteristics as specified. Self-contained electro-mechanical actuator for efficient and reliable controls. Fitted with an integrated gate arm and traffic lights, installed within the buttress.
C.
Compliance:
1.
Steel Plates: ASTM A 36.
2.
Steel Bars and Shear Studs: ASTM A 108.
3.
Welding Electrodes: AWS A5.1 or AWS A5.5 E 7 XX.
4.
Welding: Quality assurance and personnel according to AWS D1.1. Certify each welder has satisfactory passed the AWS qualifications.
5.
Concrete: Concrete shall conform to ACI 318/318M unless noted otherwise. Concrete shall be normal weight, 4000 psi (27.58 MPa) at 28 days with maximum water/cement material ratio of 0.50. Maximum slump for concrete shall be 5 inches (127 mm) at point of placement. Unless noted, cement shall conform to ASTM C 150 Type II. Aggregates shall be normal weight conforming to ASTM C 33. Maximum size of aggregate shall be 1.5 inches (38 mm). Concrete shall be air entrained in accordance with ACI 318/318M, Table 4.2.1. Concrete shall include, but shall not be limited to, a corrosion inhibitor complying with ASTM C 494, Type C at dosage of 1.5 times the minimum recommended by the manufacturer.
 
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6.
Reinforcing Steel: Reinforcing steel shall conform to ASTM A 615/A 615M, Grade 60 (Grade 420) (60,000 psi [413.7 MPa]).
7.
Reinforcing Steel: Epoxy coated reinforcing steel shall comply with ASTM A 775/A 775M.
8.
Welded Deformed Wire Fabric (WDWF): Shall conform to ASTM A 496 and ASTM A 497, Grade 80.
D.
Barriers: Barrier shall consist of a heavy steel plate armed at 45 degrees from the road's surface, that shall present an obstacle to approaching vehicles.
1.
Upon Impact: Plate is held in place by a series of Crash Linkages attached to a Sub Frame which is embedded in the barrier's foundation.
2.
The Shallow Mount Barrier shall be configured with a single buttress and plate assembly that shall be 31 inches (787mm) high.
E.
System Electrical: Foreign power requirements can be accommodated.
 
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1.
Power Requirements: 220 volts AC, single phase, 50/60 hertz, 60 amperes based on options selected (equivalent to a standard guard booth air conditioner power requirements).
2.
Power Requirements: 208 - 480 volts AC, three phase, 50/60 hertz, 30 amperes based on options selected.
F.
System Electrical Panel: Barrier powered, controlled from an Electrical Power Unit (EPU).
1.
Compliance: The EPU shall comply with UL certification requirements.
2.
Enclosure: NEMA4 rated cabinet for outdoor mounting.
3.
Equipment:
a.
Vehicular Barrier System PLC: Monitors and controls vehicular barrier system functions.
b.
Barrier and Gate Arm drive controls: Intelligent drive controllers shall provide for faster movements with automatic slowdown at the end of the movement to reduce mechanical wear and provide a quieter operation and longer barrier life.
c.
Electrical power distribution and protection along with systems power supply.
4.
Positioning: Mounted within 50 feet of the barrier system.
5.
Connections: Field device connections shall be run to interposing terminal strips.
6.
Single Barrier Panel Sizes: Shall be 30 inches (762 mm) high by 30 inches (762 mm) wide by 10 inches (254 mm) deep.
 
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7.
Barrier Snow Melt Heater: Provide optional 220 volt single phase heater.
8.
EPU Heaters: 120 volt. Non-US specifications may vary.
9.
Safety Loops: Detectors included in EPU for connecting entry and exit safety loops.
10.
Operator's Stations: Standard operator panels shall be available as pushbuttons systems with indicator lamps or touch screen panels with optional system diagnostic tools.
G.
Main Operator Panel: Customizable operator control station for controlling barrier operation.
 
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1.
Key Lockable: Enable key main switch to enable operation of pushbutton on panel.
2.
Key Lockable: Sub panel enable switch to enable operation of sub panel.
3.
Open/Close Road Lighted Pushbutton: Initiates open or close road sequence and displays status of system.
4.
Emergency Operate (EO) Lighted Pushbutton:
a.
With protective cover to close the road with the highest possible bollard speed.
b.
The EO function requires a reset activated by an EO reset lighted pushbutton located on the panel.
c.
The EO shall bypass safety interlocks.
5.
Automatic/Manual Operation: Selector switch to permit the operator to turn off automatic bollard controls and operate the bollards manually with the open and close road buttons.
6.
Gate Arm/Barrier: Both selector switch to allow the operator to select an independent mode of operation for either the gate arm or the barrier.
7.
Reset Button: To reset bollards after a system fault.
 
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H.
Sub Operator Panels: A control station shall also be able to be supplied to control the bollard operation when local and remote control of the bollard is desired. This panel shall be similar in function to the master control station. Enable key (key lockable) to enable operation of the pushbutton on the panel. Open/close road pushbuttons and status indicating lights to initiate the open or close road sequence and display the status of the system. Emergency operate (EO) lighted pushbutton with a protective cover to close the road with the highest possible bollard speed. The EO function shall be reset from the master control station. The EO shall bypass all safety interlocks.
I.
Touch Screen Operator Control Panels: Touch screen control panels shall be available for main, sub operators control panels. Touch screen panel layout shall be customizable utilizing full monochrome or color screens and shall be easy to zoom in from total overview through to individual bollard settings and diagnostics. Provide rugged industrial strength screens. Units shall have multiple customizable interfaces (including but not limited to Ethernet, USB, Serial). Provide logging of events and alarms for reporting. Programs and data shall be saved to compact flash removable memory cards, easy to use, read on any PC, instant backup, and data security. Simple two wire cable shall connect the touch screens to the electrical panels. Shall be password protected with multiple users and security levels. Provide proven standard layouts and functionality.
J.
Barrier Operation: The vehicular barrier system shall be manually controlled from the operator control stations, or automatically controlled from a remotely located security control system with local interfaces such as card readers, RFID systems, Remote switches.
1.
The vehicular barrier system shall provide integrated control of the traffic lights, gate arm, and safety loops as part of the standard control system. Normal Cycle Time: 5 seconds to open and 4 seconds to close the road. Emergency: 4 second emergency override. Frequency: Design maximum of 180 cycles per hour during peak usage. Barrier Expected Life: 500,000+ cycles. Power Loss: Normal operation of system during power outage with optional manual operator. Optional UPS system shall be available.
2.
Maintenance Safety: Lockable buttress pins.
K.
Sequence of Operation: Sequence shown below is standard operation supplied with the system. Customizable options are available to meet facility needs. Consult with the manufacturer on all options available for interfacing and integrating with auxiliary equipment and systems on site.
1.
General Guidelines: Control Panel (CP) is installed in the building security room, which has right to operate all of the barriers. MANUAL mode definition: The roadway opens by manually pressing OPEN button on active control panel and the roadway closes by pressing CLOSE button on the active control panel manually. AUTO mode definition: The roadway will automatically open by a valid card reader swipe or a presence loop activated, and the roadway closes when a pulse-to-close signal is sent by the loop.
2.
Auto Mode: Normal State: Barrier Is In The Secure Position (Barrier Raised) Traffic Light Is Red. The Mode Switch Is Placed To AUTO On the Enabled CP. A Car Approaches And The Driver Swipes the Card Reader To Initiate A Pulse To Open Sequence. Barrier Lower. After barrier Reaches Full Down Position Gate Arm Raises. After Gate Arm Reaches Full Up Position Traffic Light Turns Amber. Car Travels Across The Attack Side Safety Loop, Once Past The Loop the Traffic Light Turns Red. Car Crosses Barrier Then Safe Side Safety Loop. Once Car Passes The Safe Side Loop And Loops Are Clear and After A 2-second Delay. Gate Arm Lowers, After Gate Arm Reaches Full Down Position. Barrier Raises To Full Up Position. System Has Returned To Normal State of AUTO Mode.
3.
Manual Mode: Normal State: Barrier Is In The Secure Position (Barrier Raised/Gate Arm Lowered, Traffic Light Red). The Mode Switch Is Placed To MANUAL On CP. Security Personnel Manually Pushes The OPEN Button. Barrier Lower, After Barrier Reach Full Down Position. Gate Arm Raises And After Gate Arm Reaches Full Up Position Traffic Light Turns Amber. Car Travels Across The Attack Side Safety Loop, The Barrier, And Then the Protected Side Safety Loop. If Safety Loops Are Clear. Security Personnel Manually Pushes The CLOSE Button. Traffic Light Turns Red. Gate Arm Lowers, After Gate Arm Reaches Full Down Position. Barrier Raises To Full Up Position. System Has Returned To Normal State Of MANUAL Mode.
L.
Integration and Interfaces: The vehicular barrier system controls shall be designed to interface with standard security devices and systems. The system shall provide outputs and inputs to interface to remote monitoring or control systems. The control system shall be designed to easily integrate with auxiliary equipment such as high speed gates, sliding gates, garage doors, card readers, vehicle identification systems, and control loops to form a complete perimeter security system.
M.
Fabrication: Manufactured parts shall be shop welded and cleaned to specifications.
 
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2.4
FLUSH MOUNT VEHICULAR BARRIER SYSTEMS (SHF3600S)
A.
Basis of Design: SHF3600S Flush Mount Barrier as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
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1.
Model: SHF3610S. Plate Width: 10 foot (3048 mm).
2.
Model: SHF3612S. Plate Width: 12 foot (3658 mm).
3.
Model: SHF3614S. Plate Width: 14 foot (4267 mm).
4.
Compliance: ASTM M50 (K12) impact certified.
5.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 50 MPH (6,804 kg at 80 kph).
B.
System Description: Designed to prevent vehicular intrusion into facilities, provides security by providing an obstacle to non armored or non tracked vehicles.
1.
Flush Mount Barriers: Modular high security plate barriers. When deployed the plate height is 36 inches above the surface of the roadway and a single barrier can block a road width of up to 20 feet. In the event of a crash, the plate is held in place by a series of Crash Linkages which are attached to Sub Frame structure embedded below road's surface. Designed to stop and disable a vehicle attacking from one direction only and within the weight and velocity characteristics as specified
2.
Barrier Foundation Depth: 15 inch (305 mm).
3.
Controls: Barrier shall have a self-contained electro-mechanical actuator.
C.
Compliance:
1.
Steel Plates: ASTM A 36.
2.
Steel Bars and Shear Studs: ASTM A 108.
3.
Welding Electrodes: AWS A5.1 or AWS A5.5 E 7 XX.
4.
Welding: Quality assurance and personnel according to AWS D1.1. Certify each welder has satisfactory passed the AWS qualifications.
5.
Concrete: Conform to ACI 318/318M unless noted otherwise. Normal weight, 4000 psi (27.58 MPa) at 28 days with maximum water/cement material ratio of 0.50. Maximum slump shall be 5 inches (127 mm) at point of placement. Unless noted, cement shall conform to ASTM C 150 Type II. Aggregates shall be normal weight conforming to ASTM C 33. Maximum size of aggregate shall be 1.5 inches (38 mm). Air entrained in accordance with ACI 318/318M, Table 4.2.1. Concrete shall include, but shall not be limited to, a corrosion inhibitor complying with ASTM C 494, Type C at dosage of 1.5 times the minimum recommended by the manufacturer.
 
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6.
Reinforcing Steel: Reinforcing steel shall conform to ASTM A 615/A 615M, Grade 60 (Grade 420) (60,000 psi [413.7 MPa]).
7.
Reinforcing Steel: Epoxy coated reinforcing steel shall comply with ASTM A 775/A 775M.
8.
Welded Deformed Wire Fabric (WDWF): Conforms to ASTM A 496 and ASTM A 497, Grade 80.
D.
Barriers: Heavy steel plate armed at 45 degrees from road's surface that presents an obstacle to approaching vehicles.
1.
Upon Impact: Plate is held in place by a series of Crash Linkages attached to a Sub Frame which is embedded in the barrier's foundation.
2.
Plate Assembly: 36 inches (787 mm) high, provides for a clear opening as specified.
E.
System Electrical: Foreign power requirements can be accommodated.
 
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1.
Power Requirements: 220 volts AC, single phase, 50/60 hertz, 60 amperes based on options selected (equivalent to a standard guard booth air conditioner power requirements).
2.
Power Requirements: 208 - 480 volts AC, three phase, 50/60 hertz, 30 amperes based on options selected.
F.
System Electrical Panel: Barrier powered, controlled from an Electrical Power Unit (EPU).
1.
Compliance: The EPU shall comply with UL certification requirements.
2.
Enclosure: NEMA4 rated cabinet for outdoor mounting.
3.
Equipment:
a.
Vehicular Barrier System PLC: Monitors and controls vehicular barrier system functions.
b.
Barrier Drive Controls: Intelligent drive controller shall provide for faster movements with automatic slowdown at the end of the movement to reduce mechanical wear and provide a quieter operation and longer barrier life.
c.
Electrical power distribution and protection along with the systems power supply.
4.
Positioning: Mounted within 50 feet of the barrier system.
5.
Connections: Field device connections shall be run to interposing terminal strips.
6.
Single Barrier Panel Sizes: Shall be 30 inches (762 mm) high by 30 inches (762 mm) wide by 10 inches (254 mm) deep.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Snow melt heater is optional. Retain if applicable to the system.
 
7.
Barrier Snow Melt Heater: Provide optional 220 volt single phase heater.
8.
EPU Heaters: 120 volt. Non-US specifications may vary.
9.
Safety Loops: Detectors included in EPU for connecting entry and exit safety loops.
10.
Operator's Stations: Standard operator panels shall be available as pushbuttons systems with indicator lamps or touch screen panels with optional system diagnostic tools.
G.
Main Operator Panel: Customizable operator control station for controlling barrier operation.
 
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1.
Key Lockable: Enable key main switch to enable operation of pushbutton on panel.
2.
Key Lockable: Sub panel enable switch to enable operation of sub panel.
3.
Open/Close Road Lighted Pushbutton: Initiates open or close road sequence and displays status of system.
4.
Emergency Operate (EO) Lighted Pushbutton: With protective cover to close the road with the highest possible bollard speed. The EO function requires a reset activated by an EO reset lighted pushbutton located on the panel. The EO shall bypass safety interlocks.
5.
Automatic/Manual Operation: Selector switch to permit the operator to turn off automatic bollard controls and operate the bollards manually with the open and close road buttons.
6.
Reset Button: To reset bollards after a system fault.
 
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H.
Sub Operator Panels: A control station shall also be able to be supplied to control the bollard operation when local and remote control of the bollard is desired. This panel shall be similar in function to the master control station. Enable key (key lockable) to enable operation of the pushbutton on the panel. Open/close road pushbuttons and status indicating lights to initiate the open or close road sequence and display the status of the system. Emergency operate (EO) lighted pushbutton with a protective cover to close the road with the highest possible bollard speed. The EO function shall be reset from the master control station. The EO shall bypass all safety interlocks
I.
Touch Screen Operator Control Panels: Touch screen control panels shall be available for main, sub operators control panels. Touch screen panel layout shall be customizable utilizing full monochrome or color screens and shall be easy to zoom in from total overview through to individual bollard settings and diagnostics. Provide rugged industrial strength screens. Units shall have multiple customizable interfaces (including but not limited to Ethernet, USB, Serial). Provide logging of events and alarms for reporting. Programs and data shall be saved to compact flash removable memory cards, easy to use, read on any PC, instant backup, and data security. Simple two wire cable shall connect the touch screens to the electrical panels. Shall be password protected with multiple users and security levels. Provide proven standard layouts and functionality.
J.
Barrier Operation:
1.
Manual Control: From operator control stations.
2.
Automatic Control: From remotely located security control system with local interfaces including but not limited to card readers, RFID systems, Remote switches.
3.
Normal Cycle Time: 2 seconds to open and 2 seconds to close the road.
4.
Emergency: 1.5 second emergency override.
5.
Frequency: Design maximum of 180 cycles per hour during peak usage.
6.
Barrier Expected Life: 500,000+ cycles.
7.
Power Loss: Normal operation of system during power outage with integrated manual operator. Optional UPS system shall be available.
8.
Maintenance Safety: Lockable service prop plus dual motor brakes.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Sequence shown below is standard operation supplied with the system. Customizable options available to meet facility needs. Consult with manufacturer on all options available for interfacing and integrating with auxiliary equipment and systems on site. Delete if not required.
 
9.
Sequence of Operation: Control Panel (CP): Installed in the building security room, which has right to operate all of the barriers. MANUAL Mode Definition: The roadway opens by manually pressing OPEN button on active control panel and the roadway closes by pressing CLOSE button on the active control panel manually. AUTO Mode Definition: The roadway will automatically open by a valid card reader swipe or a presence loop activated, and the roadway closes when a pulse-to-close signal is sent by the loop.
a.
Auto Mode: Normal State: Barrier Is In The Secure Position (Barrier Raised) Traffic Light Is Red. The Mode Switch Is Placed To AUTO On the Enabled CP. A Car Approaches And The Driver Swipes the Card Reader To Initiate A Pulse To Open Sequence. Barrier Lower. After barrier Reaches Full Down Position Traffic Light Turns Amber. Car Travels Across The Attack Side Safety Loop, Once Past The Loop the Traffic Light Turns Red. Car Crosses Barrier Then Safe Side Safety Loop. Once Car Passes The Safe Side Loop And Loops Are Clear and After A 2-second Delay. Barrier Raises To Full Up Position. System Has Returned To Normal State of AUTO Mode.
b.
Manual Mode: Normal State: Barrier Is In The Secure Position (Barrier Raised, Traffic Light Red). The Mode Switch Is Placed To MANUAL On CP. Security Personnel Manually Pushes The OPEN Button. Barrier Lower, After Barrier Reach Full Down Position. Traffic Light Turns Amber. Car Travels Across The Attack Side Safety Loop, The Barrier, And Then the Protected Side Safety Loop. If Safety Loops Are Clear, Security Personnel Manually Pushes The CLOSE Button. Traffic Light Turns Red. Barrier Raises To Full Up Position. System Has Returned To Normal State Of MANUAL Mode.
10.
Integration and Interfaces: The vehicular barrier system controls shall be designed to interface with standard security devices and systems. The system shall provide outputs and inputs to interface to remote monitoring or control systems. The control system shall be designed to easily integrate with auxiliary equipment such as high speed gates, sliding gates, garage doors, card readers, vehicle identification systems, and control loops to form a complete perimeter security system.
K.
Fabrication: Manufactured parts shall be shop welded, cleaned to specified requirements.
 
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2.5
ELECTRIC AND RETRACTABLE BOLLARD SYSTEMS (SU EB/RB)
A.
Basis of Design: SU EB/RB Electric/Manual Retractable Bollard as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
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1.
Model: 3006-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (DOS K4) impact certified electric and retractable bollards.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph).
c.
Foundation Depth: 57 inches (1447 mm).
d.
Center to Center Spacing: 42 inches (1067 mm).
e.
Bollard Diameter Dimensions: 6 inches (152 mm).
2.
Model: 3606-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (DOS K4) impact certified electric and retractable bollards.
b.
Foundation Depth: 62 inches (1574 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 42 inches (1067 mm).
d.
Bollard Diameter Dimensions: 8 inches (203 mm).
3.
Model: 3608-8.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (DOS K8) impact certified electric and retractable bollards.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 40 MPH (6,804 kg at 64.3 kph).
c.
Foundation Depth: 62 inches (1574 mm).
d.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches (1219 mm).
e.
Bollard Diameter Dimensions: 8 inches (203 mm).
4.
Model: 3608-12.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M50 (DOS K12) impact certified electric and retractable bollards.
b.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 50 MPH (6,804 kg at 80 kph).
c.
Foundation Depth: 62 inches (1574 mm).
d.
Center to Center Spacing: 36 inches (914 mm), in three bollard array.
e.
Bollard Diameter Dimensions: 8 inches (203 mm).
B.
System Description: Designed to prevent unauthorized vehicular intrusion into facilities, act as an obstacle to non armored or non tracked vehicles.
1.
General: Electric and manual retractable bollard series shall be a stand alone bollard installed as group across a roadway. The bollard design shall use a high strength steel pipe within an underground case with reinforcing that is cast in place in a standard foundation. Bollard system shall be designed to stop and disable a vehicle attacking from either direction and within the weight and velocity characteristics specified.
 
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2.
Construction: Stainless steel composite construction.
3.
Construction: Provide units fitted with optional outside decorative sleeve.
4.
Spacing: Bollards installed at specified spacing in order to maintain crash ratings.
C.
Compliance:
1.
Steel Pipes: ASTM A 500 Grade C.
2.
Welding Electrodes: AWS A5.1 or AWS A5.5 E 7 XX.
3.
Welding: Quality assurance and personnel according to AWS D1.1. Certify each welder has satisfactory passed the AWS qualifications.
4.
Concrete: Concrete shall conform to ACI 318/318M unless noted otherwise. Concrete shall be normal weight, 3000 psi (27.58 MPa) at 28 days with maximum water/cement material ratio of 0.50. Maximum slump for concrete shall be 5 inches (127 mm) at point of placement. Unless noted, cement shall conform to ASTM C 150, Type I or Type II. Aggregates shall be normal weight conforming to ASTM C 33. Maximum size of aggregate shall be 1.5 inches (38 mm). Concrete shall be air entrained in accordance with ACI 318/318M, Table 4.2.1. Concrete shall include, but shall not be limited to, a corrosion inhibitor complying with ASTM C 494, Type C at dosage of 1.5 times the minimum recommended by the manufacturer
 
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5.
Reinforcing Steel: Conforms to ASTM A 615/A 615M, Grade 60 (Grade 420) (60,000 psi [413.7 MPa]).
6.
Reinforcing Steel: Epoxy coated reinforcing steel shall comply with ASTM A 775/A 775M.
7.
Welded Deformed Wire Fabric (WDWF): Conform to ASTM A 496 and ASTM A 497, Grade 80.
D.
Bollards: Below grade assembly comprising a steel rectangular weldment with cylindrical bollard pipe assembly that presents an obstacle to approaching vehicles.
1.
Upon Impact: Forces shall be first absorbed by the cylindrical pipe assembly and the rectangular weldment and then transmitted to the foundation of the unit.
2.
Bollard Height: As measured from the top of the road (foundation) to the top of the bollard assembly with a decorative sleeve installed.
 
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a.
Height: 30 inches (762 mm).
b.
Height: 36 inches (914 mm).
c.
Height: As indicated on the drawings.
 
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3.
Architectural Enhanced Decorative Outer Sleeves: Provide optional decorative sleeves for bollards in sizes matching bollard height and with recommended outside diameter to match complete bollard systems.
E.
System Electrical: Foreign power requirements can be accommodated.
 
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1.
Power Requirements: 220 volts AC, single phase, 50/60 hertz, 30 amperes based on options selected equivalent to a standard guard booth air conditioner power requirements.
2.
Power Requirements: 208 - 480 volts AC, three phase, 50/60 hertz, 30 - 20 amperes based on options selected.
F.
System Electrical Panel: Bollards powered and controlled from an Electrical Power Unit (EPU).
1.
Compliance: UL certification requirements.
2.
Housing: NEMA4 rated cabinet for outdoor mounting.
3.
Equipment:
a.
Vehicular Bollard System PLC: The PLC shall monitor and control all of the vehicular bollard system functions.
b.
Bollard Drive Controls: The intelligent drive controllers shall provide for faster movements with automatic slowdown at the end of the movement to reduce mechanical wear and provide a quieter operation and longer bollard life.
c.
Electrical power distribution and protection along with systems power supply.
4.
Positioning: Counted within 50 feet of the bollard system.
5.
Connections: Field device connections shall be run to interposing terminal strips.
 
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6.
Size: For one to three bollards, 42 inches (1067 mm) high by 36 inches (914 mm) wide by 10 inches (254 mm) deep.
7.
Size: For four to six bollards, 48 inches (1219 mm) high by 36 inches (914 mm) wide by 10 inches (254 mm) deep.
 
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8.
Bollard Heaters: 120 volt in the case. Non-US specifications may vary.
9.
EPU Heaters: 120 volt. Non-US specifications may vary.
10.
Safety Loops: Detectors included in EPU for connecting entry and exit safety loops.
G.
Operator's Stations: Standard operator panels shall be available as pushbuttons systems with indicator lamps or touch screen panels with optional system diagnostic tools.
H.
Main Operator Panel: Customizable operator control station for controlling bollard operation.
 
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1.
Key Lockable: Enable key main switch to enable operation of pushbutton on panel.
2.
Key Lockable: Sub panel enable switch to enable operation of sub panel.
3.
Open/Close Road Lighted Pushbutton: Initiates open or close road sequence and displays status of system.
4.
Emergency Operate (EO) Lighted Pushbutton: With protective cover to close the road with the highest possible bollard speed. The EO function requires a reset activated by an EO reset lighted pushbutton located on the panel. The EO shall bypass safety interlocks.
5.
Automatic/Manual Operation: Selector switch to permit the operator to turn off automatic bollard controls and operate the bollards manually with the open and close road buttons.
6.
Reset Button: To reset bollards after a system fault.
 
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I.
Sub Operator Panels: A control station shall also be able to be supplied to control the bollard operation when local and remote control of the bollard is desired. This panel shall be similar in function to the master control station. Enable key (key lockable) to enable operation of the pushbutton on the panel. Open/close road pushbuttons and status indicating lights to initiate the open or close road sequence and display the status of the system. Emergency operate (EO) lighted pushbutton with a protective cover to close the road with the highest possible bollard speed. The EO function shall be reset from the master control station. The EO shall bypass all safety interlocks.
J.
Touch Screen Operator Control Panels: Touch screen control panels shall be available for main, sub operators control panels. Touch screen panel layout shall be customizable utilizing full monochrome or color screens and shall be easy to zoom in from total overview through to individual bollard settings and diagnostics. Provide rugged industrial strength screens. Units shall have multiple customizable interfaces (including but not limited to Ethernet, USB, Serial). Provide logging of events and alarms for reporting. Programs and data shall be saved to compact flash removable memory cards, easy to use, read on any PC, instant backup, and data security. Simple two wire cable shall connect the touch screens to the electrical panels. Shall be password protected with multiple users and security levels. Provide proven standard layouts and functionality.
K.
Bollard Operation: The vehicular bollard system shall be manually controlled from the operator control stations, or automatically controlled from a remotely located security control system with local interfaces (including but not limited to options such as card readers, RFID systems, remote switches).
1.
The vehicular bollard system shall provide integrated control of the traffic lights, gate arm, and safety loops as part of the standard control system. Normal Cycle Time: 5 seconds to open and 4 seconds to close the road. Emergency: 3 second emergency override. Frequency: Design maximum of 300 cycles per hour during peak usage. Bollard Expected Life: 500,000+ cycles. Power Loss: Normal operation of system during power outage with manual operator. Optional UPS system shall be available. Maintenance Safety: Lockable bollard.
2.
Sequence of Operation: Sequence shown below is standard operation supplied with the system. Customizable options are available to meet facility needs. Consult with the manufacturer on all options available for interfacing and integrating with auxiliary equipment and systems on site. Control Panel (CP) is installed in the building security room, which has right to operate all of the bollards. MANUAL mode definition: The roadway opens by manually pressing OPEN button on active control panel and the roadway closes by pressing CLOSE button on the active control panel manually. AUTO mode definition: The roadway will automatically open by a valid card reader swipe or a presence loop activated, and the roadway closes when a pulse-to-close signal is sent by the loop.
a.
Auto Mode: Normal State: Bollard Is In The Secure Position (Bollard Raised) Traffic Light Is Red. The Mode Switch Is Placed To AUTO On the Enabled CP. A Car Approaches And The Driver Swipes the Card Reader To Initiate A Pulse To Open Sequence. Bollards Lower. After Bollards Reach Full Down Position Traffic Light Turns Green. Car Travels Across The Attack Side Safety Loop, Once Past The Loop the Traffic Light Turns Red. Car Crosses Bollards Then Safe Side Safety Loop. Once Car Passes Safe Side Loop And Loops Are Clear, After A 2-second Delay. Bollards Raise To Full Up Position. System Has Returned To Normal State of AUTO Mode.
b.
Manual Mode: Normal State: Bollards Are In The Secure Position (Bollards Up, Traffic Light Red). The Mode Switch Is Placed To MANUAL On CP. Security Personnel Manually Pushes The OPEN Button. Bollards Lower, After Bollards Reach Full Down Position. Traffic Light Turns Green. Car Travels Across The Attack Side Safety Loop, The Bollards, And Then the Protected Side Safety Loop. If Safety Loops Are Clear, Security Personnel Manually Pushes The CLOSE Button. Traffic Light Turns Red. Bollards Raise To Full Up Position. System Has Returned To Normal State Of MANUAL Mode
3.
Integration and Interfaces: The vehicular bollard system controls shall be designed to interface with standard security devices and systems. The system shall provide outputs and inputs to interface to remote monitoring or control systems. The control system shall be designed to easily integrate with auxiliary equipment such as high speed gates, sliding gates, garage doors, card readers, vehicle identification systems, and control loops to form a complete perimeter security system.
L.
Fabrication: Manufactured parts shall be shop welded and cleaned to specifications.
 
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1.
Provide optional aluminum decorative outer sleeves, powder coated.
2.
Provide optional stainless steel sleeves brush finish.
3.
Provide optional stainless steel composite bollards possessing the strength of carbon steel and the appearance of stainless steel.
 
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2.6
STANDARD FIXED BOLLARDS (SU FX)
A.
Basis of Design: SU FX Fixed Bollard as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
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1.
Model: FX-3006-2.
a.
Compliance: ASTM PU40 (K2) impact certified.
 
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b.
Foundation Depth: 12 inches (305 mm).
c.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
d.
Foundation Depth: 36 inches (914 mm).
e.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 10,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (4,536 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K2 and ASTM PU40 energy level.
f.
Diameter: 6 inches (152 mm).
2.
Model: FX-3606-2.
a.
Compliance: ASTM PU40 (K2) impact certified.
 
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b.
Foundation Depth: 12 inches (305 mm).
c.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
d.
Foundation Depth: 36 inches (914 mm).
e.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 10,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (4,536 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K2 and ASTM PU40 energy level.
f.
Diameter: 6 inches (152 mm).
3.
Model: FX-3006-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
 
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b.
Foundation Depth: 12 inches (305 mm).
c.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
d.
Foundation Depth: 36 inches (914 mm).
e.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches - 60 inches (1219 mm - 1524 mm).
f.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
 
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g.
Diameter: 6 inches (152 mm).
h.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
4.
Model: FX-3606-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
 
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b.
Foundation Depth: 12 inches (305 mm).
c.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
d.
Foundation Depth: 36 inches (914 mm).
e.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches - 60 inches (1219 mm - 1524 mm).
f.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
 
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g.
Diameter: 6 inches (152 mm).
h.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
5.
Model: FX-3008-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
 
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b.
Foundation Depth: 12 inches (305 mm).
c.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
d.
Foundation Depth: 36 inches (914 mm).
e.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches - 60 inches (1219 mm - 1524 mm).
f.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
 
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g.
Diameter: 6 inches (152 mm).
h.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
6.
Model: FX-3608-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
 
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b.
Foundation Depth: 12 inches (305 mm).
c.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
d.
Foundation Depth: 36 inches (914 mm).
e.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches - 60 inches (1219 mm - 1524 mm).
f.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
 
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g.
Diameter: 6 inches (152 mm).
h.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
7.
Model: FX-3010-8.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (K8) impact certified.
 
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b.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
c.
Foundation Depth: 36 inches (914 mm).
d.
Center to Center Spacing: 50 inches - 54 inches (1270 mm - 1371 mm).
e.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 40 MPH (6,804 kg at 64.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M40 energy level.
f.
Diameter: 10 inches (254 mm).
8.
Model: FX-3610-8
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (K8) impact certified.
 
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b.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
c.
Foundation Depth: 36 inches (914 mm).
d.
Center to Center Spacing: 50 inches - 54 inches (1270 mm - 1371 mm).
e.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 40 MPH (6,804 kg at 64.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M40 energy level.
f.
Diameter: 10 inches (254 mm).
9.
Model: FX-3010-12.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M50 (K12) impact certified.
 
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b.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
c.
Foundation Depth: 36 inches (914 mm).
d.
Center to Center Spacing: 50 inches - 54 inches (1270 mm - 1371 mm).
e.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 50 MPH (6,804 kg at 80 kph), DOS K12 and ASTM M50 energy level.
f.
Diameter: 10 inches (254 mm).
10.
Model: FX-3610-12.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M50 (K12) impact certified.
 
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b.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
c.
Foundation Depth: 36 inches (914 mm).
d.
Center to Center Spacing: 50 inches - 54 inches (1270 mm - 1371 mm).
e.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 50 MPH (6,804 kg at 80 kph), DOS K12 and ASTM M50 energy level.
f.
Diameter: 10 inches (254 mm).
B.
System Description: Designed to prevent vehicular intrusion into facilities, provides security by providing an obstacle to non armored or non tracked vehicles. Stand alone bollard, high strength steel pipe connected to a steel base weldment that is cast in place in a shallow foundation. Designed to stop and disable a vehicle attacking from a specified direction and within the weight and velocity characteristics as specified.
 
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1.
Construction: Stainless steel composite construction.
2.
Construction: Provide units fitted with optional outside decorative sleeve.
3.
Spacing: Bollards installed at specified spacing in order to maintain crash ratings. Centered no less than 18 inches (457 mm) from the curbstone.
C.
Compliance:
1.
Steel Pipes: ASTM A 53/A 53M.
2.
Welding Electrodes: AWS A5.1 or AWS A5.5 E 7 XX.
3.
Shear Studs: ASTM A 108 and AWS D1.1.
4.
Welding: Quality assurance and personnel according to AWS D1.1. Certify each welder has satisfactory passed the AWS qualifications.
5.
Concrete: Concrete shall conform to ACI 318/318M unless noted otherwise. Concrete shall be normal weight, 3000 psi (27.58 MPa) at 28 days with maximum water/cement material ratio of 0.50. Maximum slump for concrete shall be 5 inches (127 mm) at point of placement. Unless noted, cement shall conform to ASTM C 150, Type I or Type II. Aggregates shall be normal weight conforming to ASTM C 33. Maximum size of aggregate shall be 1.5 inches (38 mm). Concrete shall be air entrained in accordance with ACI 318/318M, Table 4.2.1. Concrete shall include, but shall not be limited to, a corrosion inhibitor complying with ASTM C 494, Type C at dosage of 1.5 times the minimum recommended by the manufacturer.
 
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6.
Reinforcing Steel: Reinforcing steel shall conform to ASTM A 615/A 615M, Grade 60 (Grade 420) (60,000 psi [413.7 MPa]).
7.
Reinforcing Steel: Epoxy coated reinforcing steel shall comply with ASTM A 775/A 775M.
8.
Welded Deformed Wire Fabric (WDWF): Conforms to ASTM A 496 and ASTM A 497, Grade 80.
D.
Bollards: Below grade assembly containing a heavy steel cylindrical weldment that shall present an obstacle to approaching vehicles.
1.
Upon Impact: Forces shall be first absorbed by the weldment and then transmitted to the foundation of the unit.
2.
Bollard Height: As measured from the top of the road (foundation) to the top of the bollard assembly with a decorative sleeve installed.
 
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a.
Height: 30 inches (762 mm).
b.
Height: 36 inches (914 mm).
c.
Height: As indicated on the drawings.
3.
Steel Bollard Base: Bollard pipe welded to a structural steel frame, including, but not limited to, anchoring elements, to transfer crash energy to concrete foundation.
 
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4.
Architectural Enhanced Decorative Outer Sleeves: Provide optional decorative sleeves for bollards in sizes matching bollard height and with recommended outside diameter to match complete bollard systems.
E.
Fabrication: Manufactured parts shall be shop welded and cleaned to specifications.
 
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1.
Provide optional aluminum decorative outer sleeves, powder coated.
2.
Provide optional stainless steel sleeves brush finish.
3.
Provide optional stainless steel composite bollards possessing the strength of carbon steel and the appearance of stainless steel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
2.7
REMOVABLE STANDARD FOUNDATION BOLLARDS (SU RB SERIES)
A.
Basis of Design: SU RB SERIES Removable Bollard as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
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1.
Model: RB-3006.
a.
Compliance: ASTM C 60/PU40.
b.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches (1219 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 10,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (4,535 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 6 inches (152 mm).
2.
Model: RB-3606.
a.
Compliance: ASTM C 60/PU40.
b.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches (1219 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 10,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (4,535 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 6 inches (152 mm).
3.
Model: RB-3006-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches (1219 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
 
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e.
Diameter: 6 inches (152 mm).
f.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
4.
Model: RB-3606-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches (1219 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
 
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e.
Diameter: 6 inches (152 mm).
f.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
5.
Model: RB-3006-8.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (K8) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches (1219 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 40 MPH (6,804 kg at 64.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M40 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 10 inches (254 mm).
6.
Model: RB-3606-8.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (K8) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 24 inches (610 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches (1219 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 40 MPH (6,804 kg at 64.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M40 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 10 inches (254 mm).
B.
System Description: Designed to prevent vehicular intrusion into facilities, provides security by providing an obstacle to non armored or non tracked vehicles. Stand alone bollard, high strength steel pipe removable from a steel base weldment that is cast in place in a shallow foundation. Can be removed from cast base weldment to allow access to protected area. Designed to stop and disable a vehicle attacking from a specified direction and within the weight and velocity characteristics as specified.
 
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1.
Construction: Stainless steel composite construction.
2.
Construction: Provide units fitted with optional outside decorative sleeve.
3.
Spacing: Bollards installed at specified spacing in order to maintain crash ratings. Centered no less than 18 inches (457 mm) from the curbstone.
C.
Compliance:
1.
Steel Pipes: ASTM A 106 grade C.
2.
Welding Electrodes: AWS A5.1 or AWS A5.5 E 7 XX.
3.
Shear Studs: ASTM A 108 and AWS D1.1.
4.
Welding: Quality assurance and personnel according to AWS D1.1. Certify each welder has satisfactory passed the AWS qualifications.
5.
Concrete: Concrete shall conform to ACI 318/318M unless noted otherwise. Concrete shall be normal weight, 4000 psi (27.58 MPa) at 28 days with maximum water/cement material ratio of 0.50. Maximum slump for concrete shall be 5 inches (127 mm) at point of placement. Unless noted, cement shall conform to ASTM C 150, Type I or Type II. Aggregates shall be normal weight conforming to ASTM C 33. Maximum size of aggregate shall be 1.5 inches (38 mm). Concrete shall be air entrained in accordance with ACI 318/318M, Table 4.2.1. Concrete shall include, but shall not be limited to, a corrosion inhibitor complying with ASTM C 494, Type C at dosage of 1.5 times the minimum recommended by the manufacturer. Concrete shall include, but shall not be limited to, Forta Ferro Synthetic Fiber manufactured by Forta Corp., complying with ASTM C 1116/C 1116M at dosage of 5 pounds per cubic yard (80.1 kg/m3), placed per manufacturer's recommendations.
 
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6.
Reinforcing Steel: Reinforcing steel shall conform to ASTM A 615/A 615M, Grade 60 (Grade 420) (60,000 psi [413.7 MPa]).
7.
Reinforcing Steel: Epoxy coated reinforcing steel shall comply with ASTM A 775/A 775M.
8.
Welded Deformed Wire Fabric (WDWF): Conform to ASTM A 496 and ASTM A 497, Grade 80.
D.
Bollards: Bollard shall be a below grade assembly containing a heavy steel cylindrical weldment that shall present an obstacle to approaching vehicles.
1.
Upon Impact: Forces shall be first absorbed by the weldment and then transmitted to the foundation of the unit.
2.
Bollard Height: As measured from the top of the sidewalk to the top of the bollard assembly with a decorative sleeve installed.
 
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a.
Height: 30 inches (762 mm).
b.
Height: 36 inches (914 mm).
c.
Height: As indicated on the drawings.
3.
Steel Bollard Base: Bollard pipe attaches to a structural steel frame, including, but not limited to, anchoring elements, to transfer its crash energy to the concrete foundation.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Consult with the manufacturer on selection of the best decorative design to fit the Project requirements. Custom designs can be made and specified based on Project requirements. Delete of not required.
 
4.
Architectural Enhanced Decorative Outer Sleeves: Provide optional decorative sleeves for bollards in sizes matching bollard height and with recommended outside diameter to match complete bollard systems.
E.
Fabrication: Manufactured parts shall be shop welded and cleaned to specifications.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete architectural enhancement not required.
 
1.
Provide optional aluminum decorative outer sleeves, powder coated.
2.
Provide optional stainless steel sleeves brush finish.
3.
Provide optional stainless steel composite bollards possessing the strength of carbon steel and the appearance of stainless steel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
2.8
SIDEWALK BOLLARDS (SU SWB)
A.
Basis of Design: SU SWB Sidewalk Bollard as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
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1.
Model: SSB-3608-2.
a.
Compliance: ASTM PU40 (K2) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 6 inches (152 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 54 inches (1371 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 5,070 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (2,300 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K2 and ASTM PU40 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
2.
Model: SSB-3608-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 6 inches (152 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 54 inches (1371 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
3.
Model: SWB-3008-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 9 inches (228 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 54 inches (1371 mm).
d.
Center to Center Spacing: 48 inches (1219 mm).
e.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
f.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
4.
Model: SWB-3608-4.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (K4) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 9 inches (228 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 54 inches (1371 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
5.
Model: SWB-3610-8.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (K8) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 10 inches (254 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 54 inches (1371 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 40 MPH (6,804 kg at 64.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M40 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 10 inches (254 mm).
6.
Model: SWB-3610-12.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M50 (K12) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 12 inches (305 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 54 inches (1371 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 50 MPH (6,804 kg at 80 kph), DOS K12 and ASTM M50 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 10 inches (254 mm).
B.
System Description: Designed to prevent vehicular intrusion into facilities, provides security by providing an obstacle to non armored or non tracked vehicles. Stand alone bollard, high strength steel pipe connected to a steel base weldment that is cast in place in a shallow foundation. Designed to stop and disable a vehicle attacking from a specified direction and within the weight and velocity characteristics as specified.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete construction not required.
 
1.
Construction: Stainless steel composite construction.
2.
Construction: Provide units fitted with optional outside decorative sleeve.
3.
Spacing: Bollards installed at specified spacing in order to maintain crash ratings. Centered no less than 18 inches (457 mm) from the curbstone.
C.
Compliance:
1.
Steel Pipes: ASTM A 53/A 53M.
2.
Welding Electrodes: AWS A5.1 or AWS A5.5 E 7 XX.
3.
Shear Studs: ASTM A 108 and AWS D1.1.
4.
Welding: Quality assurance and personnel according to AWS D1.1. Certify each welder has satisfactory passed the AWS qualifications.
5.
Concrete: Concrete shall conform to ACI 318/318M unless noted otherwise. Concrete shall be normal weight, 4000 psi (27.58 MPa) at 28 days with maximum water/cement material ratio of 0.50. Maximum slump for concrete shall be 5 inches (127 mm) at point of placement. Unless noted, cement shall conform to ASTM C 150, Type I or Type II. Aggregates shall be normal weight conforming to ASTM C 33. Maximum size of aggregate shall be 1.5 inches (38 mm). Concrete shall be air entrained in accordance with ACI 318/318M, Table 4.2.1. Concrete shall include, but shall not be limited to, a corrosion inhibitor complying with ASTM C 494, Type C at dosage of 1.5 times the minimum recommended by the manufacturer. Concrete shall include, but shall not be limited to, Forta Ferro Synthetic Fiber manufactured by Forta Corp., complying with ASTM C 1116/C 1116M at dosage of 5 pounds per cubic yard (80.1 kg/m3), placed per manufacturer's recommendations.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete reinforcing not required.
 
6.
Reinforcing Steel: Reinforcing steel shall conform to ASTM A 615/A 615M, Grade 60 (Grade 420) (60,000 psi [413.7 MPa]).
7.
Reinforcing Steel: Epoxy coated reinforcing steel shall comply with ASTM A 775/A 775M.
8.
Welded Deformed Wire Fabric (WDWF): Shall conform to ASTM A 496 and ASTM A 497, Grade 80.
D.
Bollards: Below grade assembly containing a heavy steel cylindrical weldment that shall present an obstacle to approaching vehicles.
1.
Upon Impact: Forces shall be first absorbed by the weldment and then transmitted to the foundation of the unit.
2.
Bollard Height: As measured from the top of the road (foundation) to the top of the bollard assembly with a decorative sleeve installed.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete option for height not required.
 
a.
Height: 30 inches (762 mm).
b.
Height: 36 inches (914 mm).
c.
Height: As indicated on the drawings.
3.
Steel Bollard Base: Bollard pipe welded to a structural steel frame, including, but not limited to, anchoring elements, to transfer crash energy to concrete foundation.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Consult with the manufacturer on selection of the best decorative design to fit the Project requirements. Custom designs can be made and specified based on Project requirements. Delete of not required.
 
4.
Architectural Enhanced Decorative Outer Sleeves: Provide optional decorative sleeves for bollards in sizes matching bollard height and with recommended outside diameter to match complete bollard systems.
E.
Fabrication: Manufactured parts shall be shop welded and cleaned to specifications.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete architectural enhancement not required.
 
1.
Provide optional aluminum decorative outer sleeves, powder coated.
2.
Provide optional stainless steel sleeves brush finish.
3.
Provide optional stainless steel composite bollards possessing the strength of carbon steel and the appearance of stainless steel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
2.9
REMOVABLE SHALLOW FOUNDATION SIDEWALK BOLLARDS (SU RSWB)
A.
Basis of Design: SU RSWB Removable Sidewalk Bollard as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete models not required.
 
1.
Model: RSSB3008-4 Removable Super Shallow Bollard as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete compliance not required.
 
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
b.
Compliance: ASTM C 60/PU40.
c.
Foundation Depth: 6 inches (152 mm).
d.
Center to Center Spacing: 66 inches (1676 mm).
e.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
f.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
2.
Model: RSSB3608-4 Removable Super Shallow Bollard as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete compliance not required.
 
a.
Compliance: ASTM M30 (K4) impact certified.
b.
Compliance: ASTM C 60/PU40.
c.
Foundation Depth: 6 inches (152 mm).
d.
Center to Center Spacing: 66 inches (1676 mm).
e.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 30 MPH (6,804 kg at 48.3 kph), DOS K4 and ASTM M30 energy level.
f.
Diameter: 8 inches (203 mm).
3.
Model: RSWB3610-8 Removable Sidewalk Bollard as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M40 (K8) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 16 inches (406 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 54 inches (1371 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 40 MPH (6,804 kg at 64.3 kph), DOS K8 and ASTM M40 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 10 inches (254 mm).
4.
Model: RSWB3610-12 Removable Sidewalk Bollard as manufactured by SecureUSA, Inc.
a.
Compliance: ASTM M50 (K12) impact certified.
b.
Foundation Depth: 16 inches (406 mm).
c.
Center to Center Spacing: 54 inches (1371 mm).
d.
Designed and Built to Stop and Immobilize: 15,000 pound vehicle traveling at 50 MPH (6,804 kg at 80 kph), DOS K12 and ASTM M50 energy level.
e.
Diameter: 10 inches (254 mm).
B.
System Description: Designed to prevent vehicular intrusion into facilities, provides security by providing an obstacle to non armored or non tracked vehicles. Stand alone bollard, high strength steel pipe removable from a steel base weldment that is cast in place in a shallow foundation. Can be removed from cast base weldment to allow access to protected area. Designed to stop and disable a vehicle attacking from a specified direction and within the weight and velocity characteristics as specified
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete construction not required.
 
1.
Construction: Stainless steel composite construction.
2.
Construction: Provide units fitted with optional outside decorative sleeve.
3.
Spacing: Bollards installed at specified spacing in order to maintain crash ratings. Centered no less than 18 inches (457 mm) from the curbstone.
C.
Compliance:
1.
Steel Pipes: ASTM A 106 grade C.
2.
Welding Electrodes: AWS A5.1 or AWS A5.5 E 7 XX.
3.
Shear Studs: ASTM A 108 and AWS D1.1.
4.
Welding: Quality assurance and personnel according to AWS D1.1. Certify each welder has satisfactory passed the AWS qualifications.
5.
Concrete: Concrete shall conform to ACI 318/318M unless noted otherwise. Concrete shall be normal weight, 4000 psi (27.58 MPa) at 28 days with maximum water/cement material ratio of 0.50. Maximum slump for concrete shall be 5 inches (127 mm) at point of placement. Unless noted, cement shall conform to ASTM C 150, Type I or Type II. Aggregates shall be normal weight conforming to ASTM C 33. Maximum size of aggregate shall be 1.5 inches (38 mm). Concrete shall be air entrained in accordance with ACI 318/318M, Table 4.2.1. Concrete shall include, but shall not be limited to, a corrosion inhibitor complying with ASTM C 494, Type C at dosage of 1.5 times the minimum recommended by the manufacturer. Concrete shall include, but shall not be limited to, Forta Ferro Synthetic Fiber manufactured by Forta Corp., complying with ASTM C 1116/C 1116M at dosage of 5 pounds per cubic yard (80.1 kg/m3), placed per manufacturer's recommendations.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete reinforcing steel not required.
 
6.
Reinforcing Steel: Reinforcing steel shall conform to ASTM A 615/A 615M, Grade 60 (Grade 420) (60,000 psi [413.7 MPa]).
7.
Reinforcing Steel: Epoxy coated reinforcing steel shall comply with ASTM A 775/A 775M.
8.
Welded Deformed Wire Fabric (WDWF): Conform to ASTM A 496 and ASTM A 497, Grade 80.
D.
Bollards: Bollard shall be a below grade assembly containing a heavy steel cylindrical weldment that shall present an obstacle to approaching vehicles.
1.
Upon Impact: Forces shall be first absorbed by the weldment and then transmitted to the foundation of the unit.
2.
Bollard Height: As measured from the top of the sidewalk to the top of the bollard assembly with a decorative sleeve installed.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete option for height not required.
 
a.
Height: 30 inches (762 mm).
b.
Height: 36 inches (914 mm).
c.
Height: As indicated on the drawings.
3.
Steel Bollard Base: Bollard pipe attaches to a structural steel frame, including, but not limited to, anchoring elements, to transfer its crash energy to the concrete foundation.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Consult with the manufacturer on selection of the best decorative design to fit the Project requirements. Custom designs can be made and specified based on Project requirements. Delete of not required.
 
4.
Architectural Enhanced Decorative Outer Sleeves: Provide optional decorative sleeves for bollards in sizes matching bollard height and with recommended outside diameter to match complete bollard systems.
E.
Fabrication: Manufactured parts shall be shop welded and cleaned to specifications.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete architectural enhancement not required.
 
1.
Provide optional aluminum decorative outer sleeves, powder coated.
2.
Provide optional stainless steel sleeves brush finish.
3.
Provide optional stainless steel composite bollards possessing the strength of carbon steel and the appearance of stainless steel.
2.10
FINISHES
A.
Finishes: Highlight colors shall be of equivalent quality
1.
General: Comply with NAAMM MFM for recommendations relative to applying and designating finishes. Variations in appearance of abutting or adjacent pieces are acceptable if they are within one half of the range of reviewed samples. Noticeable variations in the same piece are not acceptable. Variations in appearance of other components are acceptable if they are within the range of reviewed samples and they are assembled or installed to minimize contrast.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Not all finishes listed below are applicable to all product types. Consult manufacturer for details. Delete finishes not required.
 
2.
Iron and Steel Finishes: Powder coat applied finish; manufacturer's standard powder coat applied finish consisting of a topcoat according to coating manufacturer's written instructions for cleaning, pretreatment, application, thermosetting, and minimum dry film thickness.
a.
Steel Structure Finish: The bollard shall be coated for corrosion protection in accordance with the manufacturer's written recommendations.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Plate assembly options apply to Surface mount vehicular barrier systems (SU SM2400) only. Delete options for plate assembly if not required.
 
b.
Plate Assembly: Standard, Grey with green stripes.
c.
Plate Assembly: Provide optional custom finish.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Buttress options apply to Surface mount vehicular barrier systems (SU SM2400) only. Delete options for plate assembly if not required.
 
d.
Buttress: Grey with a green stripe.
e.
Buttress: Provide optional custom finish.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete colors not required.
 
f.
Color: Match the Architect's sample.
g.
Color: As selected by the Architect from manufacturer's standard choices.
3.
Aluminum Finishes: Finish designations prefixed by AA conform to the system established by the Aluminum Association for designating aluminum finishes.
a.
Powder Coat Applied Finish: Manufacturer's standard powder coat applied finish consisting of a topcoat according to coating manufacturer's written instructions for cleaning, pretreatment, application, thermosetting, and minimum dry film thickness.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete colors not required.
 
b.
Color: Match the Architect's sample.
c.
Color: As selected by the Architect from manufacturer's standard choices.
4.
Stainless Steel Finishes: Finish designations prefixed by AISI conform to the system established by the American Iron and Steel Institute for designating finishes for stainless steel sheet. Remove or blend tool and die marks and stretch lines into finish. Grind and polish surfaces to produce uniform, directional textured, polished finish indicated, free of cross scratches. Brush direction is circumferential.
a.
Bright, Directional Polish: Match AISI No. 4 finish.
b.
Cleaning: When polishing is completed, passivate and rinse surfaces. Remove embedded foreign matter and leave surfaces chemically clean.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following finish options apply only to SHF3600S Flush Mount Barriers. Delete if not required.
 
B.
Finishes: The barrier shall be coated with BarrierKOTE for corrosion protection in accordance with the manufacturer's written recommendations.
1.
Top of the Wedge Plate: Coated with Black SkidKOTE for pedestrian safety and vehicular traction. Painted with safety yellow stripes for visibility.
2.
Bottom of the Wedge Plate: Two STOP signs and reflective striping for visibility. Highlight colors shall be of equivalent quality
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION AND PREPARATION
A.
Inspect and prepare substrates using the methods recommended by the manufacturer for achieving best result for the substrates under project conditions.
B.
Indicate the location of the products to be installed. Indicate all underground utility locations, USCG benchmarks, property monuments, and other underground structures. Traffic shall be controlled around the products to being installed during any work for safety purposes. Final grades and installation conditions shall be examined to verify compliance with manufacturer's written installation recommendations.
C.
Do not proceed with installation until substrates have been prepared using the methods recommended by the manufacturer and deviations from manufacturer's recommended tolerances are corrected. Commencement of installation constitutes acceptance of conditions.
D.
If preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect in writing of deviations from manufacturer's recommended installation tolerances and conditions.
3.2
INSTALLATION
A.
General: Install products in accordance with reviewed product data, final shop drawings, manufacturer's written instructions, and as indicated on the Drawings.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if only barrier products specified and bollard products not required.
 
1.
The center of bollard shall be located no less than 18 inches (457 mm) from curbstone.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following applies to Electric and retractable bollard systems (SU EB/RB), Removable shallow foundation sidewalk bollards, (SU RSWB) Sidewalk bollards, (SU SWB) and Standard fixed bollards (SU FX). Delete if not required.
 
2.
The bollards shall be cast in place. The trench excavation for the foundation shall be common for all bollards. Bollard spacing and foundation as indicated on drawings shall provide the strongest system. If the area that the products are being placed is not level, the bollard shall always stay vertical. The appearance factor shall be considered and all bollards shall be in line. Before concrete pour, bollards shall be checked for vertical and horizontal alignment.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following subparagraph applies to Flush mount vehicular barrier systems (SHF3600S), Removable standard foundation bollards (SU RB series) and Shallow mount vehicular barrier systems (SHS 3100). Delete if not required.
 
3.
Include detailed installation instructions with documentation for each system. System startup and testing shall be carried out by a manufacturer's certified representative.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following subparagraphs apply to Surface mount vehicular barrier systems. (SU SM2400). Delete if not required.
 
4.
Detailed installation instructions shall be included with the documentation for each vehicular barrier system. The installation shall be monitored and checked to ensure that it meets the manufacturer's specifications. System start up and testing shall be carried out by a manufacturer's certified representative. The system installation and start up manual shall provide detailed instructions. Anchor by bolting directly into concrete. Lockout and tag the barrier's power source before working on the barrier. Block vehicular traffic to the barrier before starting work. After work is complete, do not allow traffic to cross the barrier until all control and safety functions have been tested and are properly working.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following four paragraphs apply to Surface mount vehicular barrier systems. (SU SM2400). Delete if not required.
 
B.
Foundation: The area of the existing roadway that is to accommodate the barrier shall be checked to make sure that it meets the specification and manufacturer's requirements. If the area does not meet the manufacturer's requirements it should be remedied to satisfy the requirement.
C.
Bolt Down to Concrete Pad: Provide minimum 6 inch (152 mm) deep foundation, 4000 psi (27.58 MPa) concrete. Foundation shall extend a minimum of 12 inches (305 mm) horizontally beyond all sides of the barrier. The surface shall be flat to within ±1/4 inch (6 mm) in 10 feet (3048 mm). Barrier shall be installed per the Drawings and manufacturer's requirements. The condition, age, and reinforcement of existing concrete slabs shall be considered.
D.
Drainage: Care shall be taken to mount the barrier in an area that is not subject to flooding. Additionally, the roadway shall be raised in the area of the barrier to prevent standing water from draining into the barrier frame. Water shall not be allowed to collect under the barrier plate and frame. The concrete shall be scored (grooved) at the low points of the barrier plate anchor strip on either side of the barrier. The holes or score marks shall not be blocked by curbing or other structures adjacent to the barrier.
E.
Conduit Interconnections: A conduit stub up area shall be provided in the buttress for electrical and control conduits. Conduit number and sizing may vary depending on configuration and options specified by the Owner. See the Drawings for details.
F.
Corrosion: Occasionally a site is both wet and unfriendly, i.e., either highly acid or basic. Upon request the manufacturer will review specific job locations and make suitable recommendations where such protection is needed.
G.
Concrete: Contractor shall use materials and employ construction methods in order to comply with the Drawings. The Contractor shall inform the Architect in writing of any specific deviations and obtain the Architect's written acceptance for the specific deviation. The Contractor shall verify and shall be responsible for dimensions and conditions at the job site
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following two subparagraphs apply to Surface mount vehicular barrier systems. (SU SM2400). Delete if not required.
 
1.
Anchor Installation and Requirements: Provide threaded rod anchors acceptable to the manufacturer where shown on the Drawings. Installation shall comply with the manufacturer's written recommendations. The size and embedment shall be per the Drawings and the manufacturer's written recommendations. The embedment depth shall not exceed the depth of concrete minus 1 inch (25 mm). Anchors shall not be installed within 3 inches (76 mm) of construction or control joint in the slab.
2.
Existing Slab On Grade (SOG): The existing SOG shall consist of sound concrete without cracks or defects. Where material defects are encountered a structural repair of the existing SOG shall be performed. The existing concrete shall have a minimum compressive strength of f'c 4000 psi (27.58 MPa).
3.
Foundations: Foundation concrete may be placed directly into neat excavations, provided the sides of the excavation are stable. Where caving occurs, provide shoring. Type and method of shoring shall be at the Contractor's option. The excavation shall be kept dry at all times. Ground water, if encountered, shall be pumped from the excavation. Design net soil bearing pressure shall be 3000 psf (0.144 MPa) at a depth of 12 inches (203 mm) below adjacent grade. Footing excavations will be verified by others. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to report adverse conditions. Sub-grade shall be uniformly compacted to at least 95 percent of the standard proctor maximum dry density.
4.
Concrete: Hot weather concrete placement shall comply with ACI 305R. Cold weather concrete placement shall comply with ACI 306R. Concrete curing shall comply with ACI 308. Concrete shall be consolidated and shall comply with ACI 309R. Control joints shall be scored or saw cut joints (1 inch [25 mm] deep filled with sealant) to match existing conditions and shall be placed at a maximum spacing of 12 feet (3658 mm) on center. Concrete surfaces that are exposed shall comply with the requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. Provide spacer bars, chairs, spreaders, blocks, etc., as required to positively hold the steel in place. Dowels shall be firmly wired in place before concrete is poured. Concrete shall be conveyed from the mixer to final deposit by methods that shall prevent separation or loss of materials. Troughs, buckets or the like may be used to convey concrete. In no case shall concrete be allowed to free drop more than 5 feet (1524 mm). Concrete shall be thoroughly consolidated by suitable means during placement and shall be thoroughly worked around reinforcement, embedded fixtures, and into corners of forms.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following subparagraph applies to Surface mount vehicular barrier systems. (SU SM2400). Delete if not required.
 
a.
Concrete shall be maintained above 50 degrees F (10 degrees C) and in a moist condition for at least seven days after placement. Adequate equipment shall be provided for heating concrete materials and protecting concrete during freezing or near freezing weather.
b.
Where exterior wall face requires shoring and/or forming, the forms shall be substantial and sufficiently tight to prevent leakage. Forms shall not be removed until the concrete is seven days old.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
c.
Backfilling shall be done by depositing and tamping into place clean sand or pouring lean concrete. Water jetting shall not be allowed.
d.
Construction joints not indicated on the Drawings shall not be allowed. Where a construction joint is to be made, the surface of concrete shall be thoroughly cleaned and laitance and standing water removed.
e.
The Contractor shall be responsible for the protection of adjacent areas against damage and shall repair or patch damaged areas to match existing improvements.
5.
Reinforcing Steel: Conform to ACI 318/318M.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following article applies to Surface mount vehicular barrier systems. (SU SM2400). Delete if not required.
 
3.3
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
Acceptance Testing: Upon completion of installation, and before permitting the use of vehicular barrier system, perform acceptance tests as required and recommended by the manufacturer. Provide required personnel and test instruments to demonstrate equipment operates properly. A manufacturer's certified representative shall be provided to witness the test and any necessary adjustments.
B.
Notification: Notify the Owner and the Architect in advance of dates and times that tests are to be performed.
C.
Non-Compliance: Repair or adjust equipment in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations, where test results indicate that it does not comply with specified requirements.
1.
Additional Testing: After the repair or adjustment of the equipment, additional testing, at the Contractor's expense, shall be performed to determine compliance of the work with specified requirements.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following article applies to Surface mount vehicular barrier systems. (SU SM2400). Delete if not required.
 
3.4
DEMONSTRATION
A.
Provide the services of a manufacturer's certified representative to provide start up service and to demonstrate and train the Owner's personnel.
1.
Test and adjust controls and safeties. Replace damaged or malfunctioning controls and equipment.
2.
Train the Owner's maintenance personnel on procedures and schedules related to start up and shutdown, troubleshooting, servicing, and preventive maintenance.
3.
Review data in operation and maintenance manuals with the Owner's personnel.
4.
Schedule training with the Owner, through the Architect, with at least seven day's advanced notice.
3.5
PROTECTION AND CLEANING
A.
The Contractor shall keep the construction area clean and at completion of work remove surplus materials, equipment, and debris and leave the premises in a clean condition acceptable to the Owner.
B.
Provide final protection and maintain conditions in a manner acceptable to the Installer, that shall ensure that the products will be without damage at time of Substantial Completion. Protect installed products until completion of project.
C.
Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
END OF SECTION