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SECTION 14 91 00
CHUTES AND EQUIPMENT
 
 
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** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** AllCity Metal; Chutes, trash chute doors, linen chute doors, trash compactors.
This section is based on the products of AllCity Metal, which is located at:
54-35 46th St.
Maspeth, NY 11378
Toll Free Tel: 888-682-5757
Tel: 718-472-5700
Fax: 718-472-5813
Email: request info (esales@allcitymetal.com)
Web: www.allcitymetal.com
[ Click Here ] for additional information.
Founded in 1992, ALL-CITY METAL is a leader in the Trash Chute and Linen Chute industry. ALL-CITY METAL is a full service company designing and manufacturing our products in the USA, in Maspeth, New York. ALL-CITY CHUTES offers a variety of products including Trash Compactors, Sorter Systems, Trash Chute Doors, Linen Chute Doors, accessories, hardware, and components. All items are available in standard and custom configurations. Contact the manufacturer at any time to start your project, place your order, or request more information.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
A.
Chutes and equipment including the following:
1.
Trash chutes.
2.
Linen chutes.
3.
Compactors.
4.
Sorter systems.
5.
Interlock doors for trash chutes.
6.
Interlock doors for linen chutes.
7.
Trash chute doors.
8.
Linen chute doors.
9.
Chute access doors.
10.
Chute accessories.
11.
Chute door hardware.
12.
Accessory products.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
A.
Section - .
B.
Section 03 30 00 - Cast-in-Place Concrete.
C.
Section 05 40 00 - Cold-Formed Metal Framing.
D.
Section 23 05 00 - Common Work Results for HVAC.
E.
Section 26 05 00 - Common Work Results for Electrical.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
A.
United States Access Board, Americans with Disability Act (ADA):
1.
ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG).
B.
American National Standards Association (ANSI):
1.
ANSI A117.1 - American National Standard for Accessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities
2.
ANSI Z245.1 - Safety Requirements for Refuse Collection and Compaction Equipment.
3.
ANSI Z245.2 - American National Standard for Equipment Technology and Operations for Wastes and Recyclable Materials, Stationary Extruder Bagger Safety Requirements.
C.
ASTM International (ASTM):
1.
ASTM A463 - Standard Specification for Steel Sheet, Aluminum-Coated, by the Hot-Dip Process.
2.
ASTM E84 - Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.
D.
National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA):
1.
NECA 331 - Standard for Building and Service Entrance Grounding and Bonding.
E.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):
1.
NFPA 13 - Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems.
2.
NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code.
3.
NFPA 82 - Standard on Incinerators and Waste and Linen Handling Systems and Equipment.
F.
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) International:
1.
NSF 13 - Refuse Compactors and Compactor Systems.
G.
Underwriters Laboratory (UL):
1.
UL listed and labeled.
H.
United States Access Board, Americans with Disability Act (ADA):
1.
ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG).
1.4
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
B.
Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including:
1.
Manufacturers product specifications and performance data sheets.
2.
Preparation instructions and recommendations.
3.
Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
4.
Installation methods.
C.
Qualifications: Submit manufacturer and installer qualifications.
D.
Samples:
1.
Prior to ordering, submit sample safety and warning signs for Architect's approval.
2.
Upon request, provide samples of exposed finishes, minimum size 3 by 3 inch (150 by 150 mm).
E.
Shop Drawings: Submit shop drawings for work not fully shown by published product data, including:
1.
Architect shall provide manufacturer with pertinent information for shop drawings including location within the building, work installed by others, adjacent construction materials, building services requirements, clearances and tolerances.
2.
Manufacturer's shop drawings consist of scaled plan, section and elevation drawings indicating type, service, sizes, shapes and off-sets including:
a.
Equipment locations
b.
Rough-in dimensions, anchor placement dimensions, tolerances, required clearances, and service connection details.
c.
Metal fabrication and finishes.
d.
Support units, expansion materials, and factory-applied sound deadening material.
e.
Special intake chute throat sections located to accommodate door units.
f.
Discharge door units with roof-termination assembly, include sanitizing or flushing units.
g.
Sprinkler heads are located along with standard accessories, fasteners and installation materials.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete below if LEED is not required.
 
F.
Sustainable Design Submittals:
1.
Regional Materials: Submit percentage of by weight of materials manufactured, extracted, or recovered within 500 miles (800 km) of the project site.
2.
Recycled Content: Submit percentage of recycled content calculated as 1/2 the quantity of pre-consumer recycled content and full percentage of post-consumer recycled content.
3.
Interior Air Quality: Submit product data to indicate VOC content within the building envelope meets requirements for low-emitting materials, adhesives and sealants.
G.
Closeout Submittals:
1.
Submit separate maintenance manuals for each major operational unit of equipment including parts listing, parts inventory, local spare parts sources, maintenance requirements, service cycles, lubrication types, adjusting, testing, and emergency instructions.
2.
Submit Warranty.
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Provide all primary products from a single manufacturer with UL inspection and compliance documentation, and minimum 5 years successful experience manufacturing similar products of the type and quality required for this project.
B.
Installer Qualifications: An experienced who has successfully completed installations similar in scope and complexity required for this project, and acceptable for this project.
C.
Product Requirements:
1.
Comply with Federal, State, and local regulations.
2.
Waste Compactor Safety Requirements: In accordance with ANSI Z245.1.
3.
Equipment Rating: In accordance with ANSI Z245.2.
4.
Electrical Components: In accordance with NFPA 70 and UL listed.
5.
Food Service Equipment: In accordance with NSF 13.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include a mock-up if the project warrants taking such a precaution to demonstrate how chutes will fit or be finished with adjacent work by others. Typically delete.
 
D.
Mock-Up: Provide a mock-up for evaluation of surface preparation techniques and application workmanship with chutes, equipment and adjacent construction.
1.
Finish areas designated by Architect.
2.
Do not proceed with remaining work until workmanship is approved by Architect.
3.
Refinish mock-up area as required to produce acceptable work.
4.
Accepted mockup may remain as part as completed work and will set the standard of acceptance for remaining work.
1.6
PRE-INSTALLATION MEETINGS
A.
Convene at the Project site minimum two weeks prior to starting work of this section including manufacturers representative, installer, project manager and affected trades.
1.7
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Deliver and store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging bearing the manufacturer's identification until ready for installation.
B.
Handling: Handle materials to avoid damage.
C.
Protect materials before, during and after installation, and to protect installed work and materials of other trades.
1.8
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's recommended limits.
B.
Coordinate with the General Contractor and authorized trades for installation of roof termination units, flushing and sprinkler systems, electrical connections and other items that require coordination between trades.
C.
Use of equipment for compaction of construction waste will not be permitted.
1.9
SEQUENCING
A.
Ensure that products of this section are supplied to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
1.10
WARRANTY
A.
Initial Maintenance: Provide emergency maintenance service and full maintenance of equipment on a periodic basis. Correct operational faults and restore or replace defective or deteriorated components and finishes. Check oil for proper level and water entrainment, clean strainers, check pressure switch and relief valves settings. At end of maintenance period drain, flush and refill hydraulic system with clean oil and make final inspection of hoses, fittings, wiring and controls for drainage an undue wear.
1.
Initial Maintenance Period: 1 year from date of substantial completion.
B.
Project Warranty: Provide special warranty, signed by Installer and Manufacturer, and countersigned by Contractor, agreeing to replace, repair, or restore defective materials and workmanship during warranty period.
1.
Warranty Period: 1 year from date of substantial completion.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: AllCity Metal, which is located at: 54-35 46th St.; Maspeth, NY 11378; Toll Free Tel: 888-682-5757; Tel: 718-472-5700; Fax: 718-472-5813; Email: request info (esales@allcitymetal.com); Web: www.allcitymetal.com
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
 
B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
2.2
MATERIALS
A.
Aluminized Steel: Aluminum-coated cold-rolled commercial quality steel sheet to ASTM A463, Type 1 with T1-40 coating. 16 gage on chutes and as indicated.
B.
Stainless Steel: Type 304 with satin finish or No. 3 directional polish.
C.
Sound Deadening Materials:
1.
Manufacturer-Applied Sprayed-On Sound Dampening Material: Daubert 932, Daubert Tectyl 3335, or equal Sound Dampening product manufactured by Daubert Chemical Company or equivalent and approved.
2.
Reinforcement at Offsets: 10 gauge impact plate at length of offset pieces as designed and required.
3.
Neoprene Sound Isolation: Provide between chute support frame and floor around opening: Neoprene ND Mounts by Mason Industries or Neoprene Waffle Pads by Mason Industries or equivalent and approved. Refer to accessories below for more information.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete below if trash chutes are not required.
 
2.3
TRASH CHUTES
A.
Trash Chutes: Acceptable products are required to fit spaces shown on the drawings, allowing sufficient clearance for storage, operation and servicing.
1.
Trash Chute Materials: 16 gauge aluminized steel.
2.
Trash Chute Diameter: 24 inches (609 mm).
3.
Trash Chute Lengths and Locations: As shown on the drawings.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete chute types not required.
 
4.
Trash Chute Type: New construction.
5.
Trash Chute Type: Renovation.
B.
Provide manufacturer's standard packaged, pre-engineered or prefabricated units except as otherwise indicated. Work includes all labor, materials, equipment and services necessary to install equipment shown on the drawings and as required for a complete, operational system.
C.
Flushing Heads and Sprinklers: 1 inch (25 mm) sprinkler line with 1/2 inch (13 mm) sprinkler heads.
1.
Equip chutes with sprinkler heads in accordance with NFPA 13, ready for piping connections by others.
2.
NPT flushing heads and 1/2 inch (13mm) NPT sprinklers above top intake with a 1/2 inch (13mm) sprinkler installed within the linen chute at alternating floor levels in the building, starting at the top level with a mandatory sprinkler located at the lowest intake level in accordance with NFPA 82.
3.
Provide access for maintenance of heads.
D.
Flushing Spray Units:
1.
Provide 1/2 inch (13 mm) I.P.S. spray head unit in chute above highest intake door, ready for hot water piping connection by others.
2.
Provide access for maintenance of head and piping.
3.
Equip spray unit with disinfecting and sanitizing unit, including 1 gallon (3.78 liter) tank and adjustable proportioning valve with by-pass for manual control of sanitizing and flushing operation.
E.
Provide with vents, floor frames, and accessories as specified below.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete below if linen chutes are not required.
 
2.4
LINEN CHUTES
A.
Linen Chutes: Acceptable products are required to fit spaces shown on the drawings, allowing sufficient clearance for storage, operation and servicing.
1.
Linen Chute Materials: 16 gauge aluminized steel.
2.
Linen Chute Diameter: 24 inches (609 mm).
3.
Chute Lengths and Locations: As shown on the drawings.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete chute types not required.
 
4.
Linen Chute Type: New construction.
5.
Linen Chute Type: Renovation.
B.
Provide manufacturer's standard packaged, pre-engineered or prefabricated units except as otherwise indicated. Work includes all labor, materials, equipment and services necessary to install equipment shown on the drawings and as required for a complete, operational system.
C.
Flushing Heads and Sprinklers: 1 inch (25 mm) sprinkler line with 1/2 inch (13 mm) sprinkler heads.
1.
Equip chutes with sprinkler heads in accordance with NFPA 13, ready for piping connections by others.
2.
NPT flushing heads and 1/2 inch (13mm) NPT sprinklers above top intake with a 1/2 inch (13mm) sprinkler installed within the linen chute at alternating floor levels in the building, starting at the top level with a mandatory sprinkler located at the lowest intake level in accordance with NFPA 82.
3.
Provide access for maintenance of heads.
D.
Flushing Spray Units:
1.
Provide 1/2 inch (13 mm) I.P.S. spray head unit in chute above highest intake door, ready for hot water piping connection by others.
2.
Provide access for maintenance of head and piping.
3.
Equip spray unit with disinfecting and sanitizing unit, including 1 gallon (3.78 liter) tank and adjustable proportioning valve with by-pass for manual control of sanitizing and flushing operation.
E.
Provide with vents, floor frames, and other accessories as specified below.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if compactors are not required.
 
2.5
Compactors
A.
Provide Compactors with the following characteristics:
1.
Description: Industrial strength, extrusion-type, designed for chute fed applications. A digital sensor controls operation of the machine, allowing for no idling time when empty. Service is performed through an access door which electronically remains locked while in use. Waste is fed horizontally into a bag or container through the extrusion process.
2.
Material: Compactor body of 3/8 inch (9.25 mm) plate steel. Extrusion nozzle constructed out of heavier 1/2 inch (12.7 mm) plate steel with a 1/4 inch (6 mm) impact plate.
3.
Cycle Time: 30 seconds.
4.
Capacity per Hour: 1,500 pounds (680 kg).
B.
MC4000-M Series:
1.
Model MC4000-M Metro Pak:
a.
Description: 4000 model includes compactor body, ram extrusion, nozzle and compaction chamber integrally welded of high abrasion resistant steel. Compactor is hydraulically operated horizontal extruder-type unit. Compacted refuse can be extruded into continuous plastic tubing, individual plastic bags onto 5'-0" bag tray, or reusable containers.
1)
Radial Nose configuration able to rotate orientation of bag tray 90 degrees from compactor machine.
b.
Overall Dimensions: 62 inches (1575 mm) high by 29-1/4 inches (743 mm) wide by 76-3/4 inches (1950 mm) deep.
c.
Hydraulic power unit designed for 3,000 psi operation, typically operated at 2,200 to 2,400 psi.
d.
Electric motor: 5 HP, 1750 RPM, 208/220/440 volts, 14.7 amps, 3 phase, 60 cycles, 4 wire including thermal overload protection and magnetic starter.
e.
Activation: Automatic photoelectric LED circuit sensor with compaction ram starting from fully retracted position.
f.
Control Panel: includes 5 amp fuse for control circuit with power OFF-ON switch and reverse switch.
g.
Cycle Time: 28 to 32 seconds.
h.
Compacting Ratio: approximately 5 to 1.
C.
MC4500-M Series:
1.
Model MC4500-M Metro Pak:
a.
Description: 4500 model model includes compactor body, ram extrusion, nozzle and compaction chamber integrally welded of high abrasion resistant steel. Compactor is hydraulically operated horizontal extruder-type unit. Compacted refuse can be extruded into continuous plastic tubing, individual plastic bags, or reuseable containers.
b.
Overall Dimensions: 69-1/4 inches (1759 mm) high by 29-1/4 inches (743 mm) wide by 85-1/2 inches (2171 mm) deep.
c.
Hydraulic power unit designed for 3,000 psi operation, typically operated at 2,200 to 2,400 psi.
d.
Electric motor: 5 HP, 1750 RPM, 208/220/440 volts, 14.7 amps, 3 phase, 60 cycles, 4 wire including thermal overload protection and magnetic starter.
e.
Activation: Automatic photoelectric LED circuit sensor with compaction ram starting from fully retracted position.
f.
Control Panel: includes 5 amp fuse for control circuit with power OFF-ON switch and reverse switch.
g.
Cycle Time: 28 to 32 seconds.
h.
Compacting Ratio: approximately 5 to 1.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For multi-story buildings where the trash compactor is chute fed, the recycling sorter provides an easy method for sorting recyclables out of the waste system. The system can be applied in either new construction or as a retrofit to an existing trash chute. The recycling sorter is located under the trash chute. Using a control panel located at each chute infeed door, the user selects the appropriate waste stream. Based on this selection, the sorter system automatically positions one or more deflector plates which directs the waste into either the compactor or the specified recycling container. Delete if sorter systems are not required.
 
2.6
SORTER SYSTEMS
A.
Provide Sorter Systems with the following characteristics:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Choose this system when one recycling stream is sufficient. With this system, there are a total of two waste streams available - one for all recyclables and one for all other waste. Utilizing a diverter plate whose position is controlled by the user, the recyclables are diverted into a 96 gallon toter while all other waste is diverted into a trash compactor. The trash compactor can pack the trash into either a 2 cubic yard metal container or a heavy duty plastic bag. The system can be configured with the compactor on either the left or right. For trash rooms with limited width, a linear configuration is available. Delete if twin sorter is not required.
 
1.
Twin- Sorter:
a.
Dimensions: 6 feet 8 inches high (2032 mm) by 6 feet 6 inches wide (1981 mm) by 2 feet 10 inches (863 mm) deep.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Choose this system when two recycling streams are required. With this system there are a total of three waste streams available - two for recyclables and one for all other waste. Utilizing two diverter plates whose positions are controlled by the user, the recyclables are diverted into one of two 96 gallon toters while all other waste is diverted into a trash compactor. The trash compactor can pack the trash into either a 2 cubic yard metal can or a heavy duty plastic bag. The system can be configured with the compactor located in the left, center or right position. For rooms with limited width, a linear configuration is available. Delete if triple sorter is not required.
 
2.
Triple-Sorter:.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete types not required.
 
a.
Dimensions with Side Compactor: 9 feet 11 inches high (3022 mm) by 9 feet 1 inch (2768 mm) wide by 2 feet 10 inches (863 mm) deep.
b.
Dimensions with Center Compactor: 6 feet 10 inches high (2083 mm) by 8 feet 9 inches (2667 mm) by 2 feet 10 inches (863 mm) deep.
3.
Features:
a.
PLC Controller.
b.
Systems with one or two recycling positions are available.
c.
Heavy gauge steel is used throughout.
d.
Standard electric componentry is utilized.
e.
Readily available 96 gallon toters are used to hold the recyclables.
f.
Interfaces with the Inter-Lock door system so only one user at a time can utilize the sorter.
g.
Quick system response time when changing waste streams.
h.
Easy-to-use control station at each trash door.
i.
Full function control station located at sorter for use by operator.
j.
Recycling container "Full" indication.
k.
3/16 inch (4.7 mm) thick steel body; 1/2 inch (13 mm) thick aluminum diverter plate.
l.
120 volt master control station and linear actuator.
m.
Control stations at each floor 24 volt DC.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Interlock Smart Doors are an integral part of chute doors. The Smart Electronics are concealed in a compartment located within the 16 gauge stainless steel door frame. One-piece construction allows for easy installation and flush mounting of the door and electronics in one step. Smart Technology allows users to understand the availability of the door with a clear visual lighting system. The main controller allows manual shut-down or over-ride for scheduled maintenance or emergency repair. Delete if interlock smart doors for trash chutes are not required.
 
2.7
Interlock Smart Doors FOR TRASH CHUTES
A.
Trash Chute Door Models available from 12 in wide by 24 in high as indicated on the Drawings:
1.
Configuration: Suitable for enclosing multiple types of chase construction.
2.
Rough Opening: to match door width by 5 inches (127 mm) higher than height of door.
3.
Closing Mechanism: 3-15/16 inch (100 mm) closing mechanism.
4.
Doors: Fabricated with type 304 stainless steel with hydraulic cylinder and rubber baffle for quiet closing.
a.
Unless otherwise indicated, emboss doors with "RUBBISH" and "Please close door after use".
5.
Hinges: Stainless steel, self-closing, self-latching, provided with key locking devices at each intake door location.
6.
Fire Resistance: UL Classified, Class B, 1-1/2 hour fire rated with 30 minute temperature rise of 250 degrees F (121 C).
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Interlock Smart Doors are an integral part of chute doors. The Smart Electronics are concealed in a compartment located within the 16 gauge stainless steel door frame. One-piece construction allows for easy installation and flush mounting of the door and electronics in one step. Smart Technology allows users to understand the availability of the door with a clear visual lighting system. The main controller allows manual shut-down or over-ride for scheduled maintenance or emergency repair. Delete if interlock smart doors for linen chutes are not required.
 
2.8
Interlock Smart Doors FOR LINEN CHUTES
A.
Linen Chute Door Models available from 12 in wide by 24 in high as indicated on the Drawings:
1.
Configuration: Suitable for enclosing multiple types of chase construction.
2.
Rough Opening: to match door width by 5 inches (127 mm) higher than height of door 5-3/4 inch (146 mm) with closing mechanism.
3.
Doors: Fabricated with type 304 stainless steel with hydraulic cylinder and rubber baffle for quiet closing, provide with butterfly when recommended by the manufacturer.
a.
Unless otherwise indicated, emboss doors with "LINEN" and "Please close door after use".
4.
Hinges: Stainless steel, self-closing, self-latching, provided with key locking devices at each intake door location.
a.
Door opens 180 degrees to the left.
5.
Fire Resistance: UL Classified, Class B, 1-1/2 hour fire rated with 30 minute temperature rise of 250 degrees F (121 C).
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Keep controller components below for all models.
 
B.
Controller includes the following components:
1.
SCB: Smart circuit board.
2.
SMS: Solenoid with micro-switch and mounting bracket.
3.
JC: Jumper cable for circuit board.
4.
BP: Stainless steel bezel plate. Manufacturers standard horizontal for trash doors, vertical for linen doors.
5.
BS: Stainless steel push button switch with green button and engraving "Push to Open".
6.
RB: Red bulb setup with engraving "Locked - In Use".
7.
YB: Yellow bulb setup with engraving "Unlocked - Open Door".
8.
GB: Green bulb setup with engraving "Ready for Use".
9.
Blinking Lights: Indicate all floors have access, with engraving "Use Caution".
10.
CSB: Controller circuit board.
11.
PS: Controller power supply.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if specific trash chute doors are not required.
 
2.9
Trash Chute Doors
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select model to be installed. Delete models not required.
 
A.
Trash Intake Model 275 - Trash Chute Section:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select aluminized steel or stainless steel. Delete not required.
 
1.
Material: Fabricated of 16 gauge aluminized steel.
2.
Material: Fabricated of 16 gauge stainless steel.
3.
Application: General use for trash, and recyclable items.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select standard or custom diameter. Custom available from 16 to 36 inches (406 to 914 mm). Delete diameter not required.
 
4.
Standard Diameter: 24 inches (609 mm) in accordance with NFPA 82.
5.
Custom Diameter: ______________.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select door size, minimum 12 by 15 inch (304 by 381 mm), maximum 24 by 24 inch (609 by 609 mm) or custom size in between. Delete door sizes not required.
 
6.
Door: Stainless steel with bottom hinge equipped with a UL-B label, No. 4 directional satin finish.
7.
Unless otherwise indicated, 1/2 inch (13 mm) sprinkler head to be installed on alternate intake doors.
B.
Trash Chute Door Models available from 12 inches (205 mm) wide by 15 inches (381 mm) high as indicated on the Drawings:
1.
Configuration: Suitable for enclosing multiple types of chase construction.
2.
Rough Opening: to match width and height of door.
3.
4-1/4 inch (107 mm) closing mechanism.
4.
Doors: Fabricated with type 304 stainless steel with side wings, rubber baffle and hydraulic cylinder for quiet closing.
a.
Unless otherwise indicated, door trim embossed with "RUBBISH".
b.
Trim width available in 1-1/2 inch (37 mm) to 3 inch (76 mm) widths.
5.
Hinges: Stainless steel, self-closing, self-latching, provided with key locking devices at each intake door location.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select hinge orientation to be installed. Delete types not required.
 
a.
Provide TD/BH Bottom Hinge.
b.
Provide TD/RH Right Hinge.
c.
Provide TD/LH Left Hinge.
6.
Fire Resistance: UL Classified, Class B, 1-1/2 hour fire rated with 30 minute temperature rise of 250 degrees F (121 C).
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if specific linen chute doors are not required.
 
2.10
Linen Chute Doors
A.
Linen Intake Model 285 - Linen Chute Section:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select aluminized steel or stainless steel. Delete not required.
 
1.
Material: Fabricated of 16 gauge aluminized steel.
2.
Material: Fabricated of 16 gauge stainless steel.
3.
Application: General use for linen items.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select standard or custom diameter. Custom available from 16 to 36 inches (406 to 914 mm). Delete diameter not required.
 
4.
Standard Diameter: 24 inch (609 mm) in accordance with NFPA 82.
5.
Custom Diameter: ______________.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select door size, minimum 12 by 15 inch (304 by 381 mm), maximum 24 by 24 inch (609 by 609 mm) or custom size in between. Delete door sizes not required.
 
6.
Door: Stainless steel with side hinge equipped with a UL-B label, No. 4 directional satin finish.
7.
Unless otherwise indicated, 1/2 inch (13 mm) sprinkler head to be installed on alternate intake doors.
B.
Linen Chute Door Models available from 15 inches (381 mm) wide by 24 inches (610 mm) high:
1.
Configuration: Suitable for enclosing multiple types of chase construction.
2.
Rough Opening: to match width and height of door.
3.
Doors: Fabricated with type 304 stainless steel with side wings, hydraulic cylinder for quiet closing.
a.
Unless otherwise indicated, door trim embossed with "LINEN".
b.
Trim width available in 1-1/2 inches (38 mm) to 3 inch (76 mm) widths.
4.
Hinges: Stainless steel, self-closing, self-latching, provided with key locking devices at each intake door location.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select hinge orientation to be installed. Delete types not required.
 
a.
Provide TD/BH Bottom Hinge.
b.
Provide TD/LH-90 Left Hinge, 90 degrees.
c.
Provide TD/LH-180 Left Hinge, 180 degrees.
d.
Provide TD/RH-90 Right Hinge, 90 degrees.
e.
Provide TD/RH-180 Right Hinge, 180 degrees.
5.
Fire Resistance: UL Classified, Class B, 1-1/2 hour fire rated with 30 minute temperature rise of 250 degrees F (121 degrees C).
C.
Linen Discharge Hopper Model 245:
1.
Description: Hopper type discharge assembly includes supporting steel angles, and self-closing top hinged door with UL-B classification held in the open position with UL approved 165 F (74 C) fusible link with chain.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select access doors to be installed. Delete if not required.
 
2.11
CHUTE Access Doors
A.
Access Doors: Furnish UL "B" labeled 1-1/2 hour access doors for chute enclosure construction, where indicated and where required for use and maintenance of chute and its components and accessories. Furnish self-closing, hinged and latched, steel door-and-frame units, primed for painted finish.
B.
Chute Access Door Models available in 12in width by 24in high:
1.
Configuration: Suitable for enclosing multiple types of chase construction.
2.
Rough Opening: to match width and height of door.
3.
Door trim available in 1-1/2" to 3" widths.
4.
Doors: Fabricated with type 304 stainless steel with ADA compliant "T" type lever locking handle.
5.
Hinges: Stainless steel, self-closing, self-latching, provided with key locking devices at each intake door location.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select hinge orientation to be installed. Delete types not required.
 
a.
Provide TD/BH Bottom Hinge.
b.
Provide TD/LH-90 Left Hinge, 90 degrees.
c.
Provide TD/LH-180 Left Hinge, 180 degrees.
d.
Provide TD/RH-90 Right Hinge, 90 degrees.
e.
Provide TD/RH-180 Right Hinge, 180 degrees.
6.
Fire Resistance: UL Classified, Class B, 1-1/2 hour fire rated with 30 minute temperature rise of 250 degrees F (121 C).
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
2.12
CHUTE Door Hardware
A.
Flush Mounted Handle Model FM:
1.
Description: Stainless steel.
2.
Dimensions: 4 inch (101 mm) wide by 5 inch (127 mm) high by 1 inch (25 mm) deep.
3.
Unless otherwise indicated, mount handle at center top of chute doors.
2.13
FABRlCATlON
A.
Fabricate metal work with manufacturer's standard joints and seams, with exposed edges smoothed and eased.
1.
Unless otherwise indicated on shop drawings, fabricate bins, hoppers, chutes, compaction chambers, unit bodies and similar components of steel plate with welded joints.
2.
Reinforce with structural steel members sized and spaced to withstand impacts and pressures of normal operations, and sufficient to prevent excessive long-term development of waves or valleys.
3.
Fabricate with replaceable parts at points of normal wear.
4.
Modify units and transition components if necessary to suit location and building lay-out.
5.
Include support units, expansion materials, factory-applied sound deadening material, special intake and discharge units, roof terminations, accessories, and fasteners.
6.
Fabricate to configurations indicated, with radiused bends if necessary, to maximize operation within limits of space available.
B.
Chute Doors: Fabricated with type 304 stainless steel, stainless steel hinges, with self-closing, self-latching quiet door closing function. Provided with key locking devices.
C.
Chute Intake Sections:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select aluminized steel or stainless steel. Delete not required.
 
1.
Material: 16 gauge aluminized steel.
2.
Material: 16 gauge stainless steel.
D.
Safety Devices:
1.
Equip with manufacturer's standard safety devices, automatic fire protection and automatic insecticide and deodorant spray.
2.
Include audible alarm and visible alarm trouble light.
2.14
ACCESSORIES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select accessories to be installed. Delete accessories that are not required.
 
A.
Floor Frame: Model 290:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Custom sizes are available, contact manufacturer for more information.
 
1.
Frame Construction: 2 by 2 by 3/16 inch ( 50 by 50 by 4.7 mm) steel angle iron fabricated to extend minimum 4 inch (101 mm) beyond floor opening for the chute, or to meet design configuration as required.
2.
Clip: Welded to chute, clips to top of steel angle..
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Optional. Delete if not required.
 
3.
Sound Isolation between steel angle and floor slab.
a.
Neoprene Mounts manufactured by Mason Industries.
b.
Neoprene Super "W" waffle pads as manufactured by Mason Industries.
4.
Accommodate sprinkler head supply as required.
B.
Rolling Fire Discharge Gate Model 335:
1.
165 degree fusible link with angled direction of movement.
2.
Overall Dimensions: 52-3/16 inch (1325 mm) high, 28-7/8 inch (733 mm) wide unit with 24 inch (609 mm) diameter opening, and 165 F (74 C) fusible link.
C.
Metal Coating and Sound Dampening System:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete type not required
 
1.
Model: 3335 Black by Tectyl Industrial Products.
a.
Description: Near zero VOC air-dry waterborne corrosion prevention coating for ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Formulated to provide excellent adhesion, hardness and durability on most substrates to reduce sheet metal resonance and structure borne noise.
2.
Model: 932 by Daubert Chemical Company, Inc.
a.
Description: Waterborne, asphalt emulsion corrosion preventative compound suitable for complete undercoating. Cures firm, black, resilient matt, textured, abrasion resistant to provide sound deadening.
D.
Vibration Pads:
1.
Manufacturer: Super W Pads by Mason Industries Inc.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select material. Delete not required.
 
2.
Material: Natural rubber, for maximum resilience and vibration isolation. Contains anti-oxidants and anti-ozonants to improve aging.
3.
Material: Standard neoprene for longer life and moderate oil resistance.
4.
Material: Bridge-bearing neoprene for maximum life, excellent oil resistance and resiliency approaching natural rubber.
5.
Sheet Dimensions: 18 by 18 by 3/4 inch (450 by 450 by 20 mm) consisting of 2 inch (50 mm) modules separated by thin web that is easily cut to provide evenly dimensioned pads.
6.
Pads may be stacked with 16 gauge (1.6 mm) shims between layers for increased deflection.
7.
Concentrated loads include factory installed cemented steel plates between super waffle pad on the bottom and 1/4 inch (6 mm) friction pad with through bolt holes only where indicated on the drawings.
E.
Double Deflection Neoprene Mount:
1.
Manufacturer: ND Mount by Mason Industries Inc.
2.
Description: Three times the deflection of pads, bottom friction surface makes bolting unnecessary in most installation. Commercial molded neoprene covering prevents corrosion of steel parts.
3.
Typical Color: Red.
4.
Ratings: 50 durometer, with 60 to 125 pounds (27-57 kg) rated capacity.
5.
Dimensions: 1-3/16 inch (30 mm) deep by 1-1/2 inch (38 mm) high, by 3-3/16 inch (81 mm) long.
F.
Sprinkler Heads:
1.
Manufacturer: Pendant, F1 Series by Reliable Automatic Sprinkler Co. Inc..
2.
Recessed sprinklers are used in fixed fire protection systems including wet, dry, deluge or preaction.
3.
Orifice size, temperature rating, deflector style, and sprinkler type shall comply with NFPA standards.
G.
Sanitizer Unit Model 350:
1.
Description: 24 inch (609 mm) diameter copper pipe vertically sized according to application, access door to reservoir with clear vinyl supply tubing, inlet adapter, air vent, and outlet screen retainer to sanitizer kit and sprinkler head.
2.
Top intake interfaces with trash chute door in accordance with manufacturers standard details.
H.
Vents General:
1.
Description: Full diameter vent of same gauge extending above the roof as shown on the drawings and as recommended by the manufacturer with metal safety cap in accordance with NFPA 82.
a.
Explosion Vent Cap: 31 inch (787 mm) diameter, 13 inch (330 mm) high overall.
I.
Roof-Termination Vent Units:
1.
Provide vent unit with roof-deck flange.
2.
Comply with NFPA requirements for full-sized chute extension to not less than 3 feet (914 mm) above roof, with full diameter screened vent areas and metal safety cap or glass explosion-release cap.
3.
Provide non-ferrous metal roof counterflashing and clamping ring, compatible with chute metal.
4.
Exposed exterior metal to match adjacent materials.
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Examine the areas and conditions where components and equipment are to be installed.
1.
Verify installation areas are within manufacturers tolerance and conform to shop drawings.
2.
Confirm equipment pad, anchors, building services and rough-ins by others are installed properly.
3.
Verify that components and equipment can be installed in accordance with pertinent codes and regulations, the design documents, and referenced standards.
B.
Do not begin installation until substrates and installation areas have been properly prepared.
C.
If preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
D.
Do not proceed with the work until unsatisfactory conditions are corrected to permit proper installation of the work. Beginning installation signifies acceptance of installed work by others.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Clean surfaces thoroughly prior to installation.
B.
Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the manufacturer for achieving the best result for the substrate under the project conditions.
3.3
INSTALLATION
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and approved submittals.
B.
Set each component of work securely and accurately in place; plumb, level and properly aligned with other components and other work. Anchor as required for secure operation.
C.
Complete field assembly with joints as recommended by manufacturer. Grind welds smooth and restore finish.
D.
Assemble components with tight, non-leaking joints, anchor securely to supporting structure with sufficient anchorages to withstand impacts from use, wind loading stresses, structural movement, and thermal expansion.
E.
Except as otherwise indicated, install chutes plumb, without off-sets or obstructions, for free fall of materials within chutes.
F.
Sound Deadening: Install sound isolation pads at bearing of supports at each floor level, as indicated on the drawings and as recommended by the manufacturer. Ensure that anchoring system is sufficiently resilient to inhibit transfer of impact sound to building structure.
G.
Install complete with doors, safety, sanitizing and fire-resistive components and accessories.
H.
Intake and Discharge Doors:
1.
Install doors at heights and locations indicated.
2.
Provide anchorages, structure and equipment interfaces, self-closing operation, and similar features to comply with labeling and fire-resistive requirements.
3.
Interface door units with throat sections of chutes in a manner which will ensure safe, snag-proof, sanitary depositing of materials in chutes by users.
I.
Sanitizer Unit: Install sanitizer unit where indicated, cutting and patching chute wall only to extent necessary for installation; maintain fire-resistive construction.
J.
Hydraulic System: Prevent dust, dirt, moisture, and other foreign matter out of hydraulic system.
K.
Service Connections: Make final connections for water, electrical and hydraulic systems. Comply with NECA Standards for electrical.
L.
Coordination with Roofing:
1.
Where roof deck curb units are not shown to receive chute roof-termination vent units, anchor vent unit support flange directly to substrate before installation of roofing and insulation system.
2.
Install counter-flashing after roofing and insulation system have been installed.
3.
Coordinate with roofing subcontractor as required.
M.
Prior to installation of enclosures, touch-up damaged areas of spray-on sound dampening material or finishes with new materials.
N.
Access Doors: Deliver access door units to other trades at proper time for installation in construction of enclosure walls/floors/ceilings as indicated. Provide detailed information on required locations for operation/maintenance of chute systems.
O.
Signs: Provide a warning sign over each chute intake door in accordance with the requirements of the local building authority and to match sample approved by the Architect.
3.4
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
Test each item of operational equipment including safety devices, fire protection equipment and building services.
1.
Start-up and operate in accordance with the manufacturers checklist and instructions.
2.
Where possible, complete test operations prior to installation of shaft enclosure walls and ceilings.
3.
Operate sanitizing equipment through one complete cycle of use and clean-up, and demonstrate replenishment of chemicals or cleaning fluids in containers of units.
B.
Test for proper operation and adjust until satisfactory results are obtained.
C.
Preform tests required by the local building authority. File documentation and assist in obtaining operating permits as required.
3.5
DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING
A.
Demonstrate use and safety features to Owner's personnel including:
1.
Instruct Owner's operational personnel in proper use and maintenance of equipment, demonstrate capacity ratings, safety features, cleaning procedures, proper storage and handling of raw and processed waste materials.
2.
Provide raw material and bags for demonstration.
3.6
CLEANING
A.
Following completion of enclosure walls and ceilings, clean exposed surfaces of finished components. Remove foreign substances and repair imperfections in finishes, but do not remove UL labels.
3.7
PROTECTION
A.
Protect installed products until completion of project.
B.
Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
END OF SECTION