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SR. NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 CHECK LISTS FOR SITE ACTIVITIES CHECK LIST FOR CHECK LIST NUMBER Checks while receiving drawings CL 01 Demarcation and Plot layout CL 02 Land Development Works CL 03 Layout of the Buildings on site CL 04 Lineout of Individual Building with side CL 05 rail Plum Concrete CL 06 Plain Cement Concrete CL 07 Mix Design & Weigh Batching CL 08 Slump Test, Cube Casting and Cube CL 09 Testing Concreting of Footings CL 10 Concreting of Columns CL 11 Concreting of Plinth Beams CL 12 Concreting of Lift Raft & Lift Pardi CL 13 Concreting of Staircase CL 14 Concreting of Beams / Slabs CL 15 RCC of Lift Machine Room & O.H.W.T. CL 16 Filling in Plinth & Anti-Termite CL 17 Treatment Rubble Soling CL 18 Uncoursed Rubble Masonry CL 19 Brick Masonry CL 20 External Plaster CL 21 Internal Plaster CL 22 Expansion and Construction Joints CL 23 Curing CL 24 Concealed Plumbing CL 25 Water Supply Rising Mains and CL 26 Distribution Building Drainage system up to the CL 27 Vertical Stack C.P. and Sanitary Fittings CL 28 Sewage System from Vertical Stack to CL 29 Septic Tank / Drain PAGE NUMBER 05 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 36 37 38 39 40

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SR. NO. 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56

CHECK LIST FOR Septic Tank External Water Supply Rising Main Electrical Wiring, Fittings & Fixtures External Electrical M.S.E.D.C.L. supply External Electrical Generator supply Street Light Work Water-proofing of Toilets, Dry Balcony and Terrace Tiling Work Kitchen Platform Aluminum Windows and Doors Door Shutters Internal Painting for Walls & Ceiling External Painting Fabrication Work Handing over of flat Check List Passenger Lift Fire Fighting System Road Work Landscape Works Cleaning of Water Tank Cleaning of Drain Line Collection and Disposal of Dry Garbage / Wet Garbage Lift Maintenance Working and Maintenance of Fire Fighting Equipments Cleaning of Swimming Pool Safety Measures at Site Rain Water Harvesting

CHECK LIST NUMBER CL 30 CL 31 CL 32 CL 33 CL 34 CL 35 CL 36 CL 37 CL 38 CL 39 CL 40 CL 41 CL 42 CL 43 CL 44 CL 45 CL 46 CL 47 CL 48 CL 49 CL 50 CL 51 CL 52 CL 53 CL 54 CL 55 CL 56

PAGE NUMBER 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 49 50 51 52 55 56 57 59 64 66 67 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77

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SR. NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 SR. NO. 27 28 CHECK LISTS FOR FIELD TEST FIELD TEST FOR Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Cement Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Steel Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Binding Wire Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Sand (Fine Aggregate) Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Stone Metal (Coarse Aggregate) Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Murum Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Flush Door Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Bricks Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Instant Sunla Receiving, Inspection & Testing : M.S. Windows Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Glass Fixing Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Rolling Shutter Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Aluminum Windows Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Plumbing G.I. Pipes and Fittings Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Plumbing C.I. Pipes and Fittings Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Plumbing PVC Pipes and Fittings Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Hume Pipes Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Mosaic Tiles Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Ceramic / Glazed Tiles Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Granite / Marble / Kotah / Tandoor Stones Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Wood / Timber / Plywood / Block Board / Laminates Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Shingle Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Stone Dust Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Crushed Sand Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Fly Ash Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Fly Ash Bricks FIELD TEST FOR Receiving, Inspection & Testing : Citadel Blocks Receiving, Inspection & Testing : CPVC Pipes FIELD TEST NO. FT 01 FT 02 FT 03 FT 04 FT 05 FT 06 FT 07 FT 08 FT - 09 FT 10 FT 11 FT 12 FT 13 FT 14 FT 15 FT 16 FT 17 FT 18 FT 19 FT 20 FT 21 FT 22 FT 23 FT 24 FT 25 FT 26 FIELD TEST NO. FT 27 FT 28 PAGE NO. 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 PAGE NO. 112 113

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and Fittings Receiving, Inspection & Testing : RCC Door Frames

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SR. NO. 1 2 3 4 5 OTHER ENGINEERING INFORMATION SUBJECT Handling, Storage and Preservation Sampling Plan Durocrete Mix Design Manual and Mix Deign for M15 to M35 Grade of concrete Tables of Engineering Information List of I.S. Codes PAGE NO. 82 84 115-131 132-155 156

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CHECKS WHILE RECEIVING DRAWINGS Before we start any construction Please took info following in the drawings with you. Check List a) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. b) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. c) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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P.M.C. approved drawings with commencement letter : Area of plot. Available F.S.I. Consumed F.S.I. Number of Buildings Number of stories of each building. Set-Back / side margins shown. Layout drawings (project): check the following : Name plate as per specified form. Project name, Drawing Title, Sub-Title and Scale. North direction. Boundaries as per site demarcation. Existing Tree location, Well, Bore well, Electric Poles, Telephone Poles, Overhead Lines, Both Lt. and H.T. and Hutments / Structures. Building setback, other buildings of structure obstructing existing structures, Sufficient set back for septic tank. Etc. Road, Septic Tank, UGWT, Bore well, Pump Room, Garden, Transformer Room, Security Office location etc. R. L. of road top, LT room plinth, society office, top of UGWT, main entrance road, TBM location etc. Location of Compound wall, Front Gates, and Types of Compound Wall. Working Drawings : North direction and name plate as per specified form. Project name, Drawing Title, Sub-Title and Scale. Whether sizes are as per printed broachers. Flat number as per printed broachers. Brick / Block walling convention. Chajja at terrace level shown in dotted on all plan. Level with respect to T.B.M. for all plan on Plinth, Parking, Landing and Mid-Landing etc. All room door opening sides with Bath W.C. Duct dimension and open area dimension. Column reduction arrows.

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11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. d) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. e) 1. 2. 3. 4. f) 1. 2. 3.

Centre line checking such as size of column at footing level, all open ducts, space and staircase details direction, room sizes as per broachers & wall thickness. Dotted lines for Chajja, Rolling Shutters pardi, drop etc. Kitchen Otta position with sink size Lift position and size. Balcony, W.C. and Bath drop. All windows, door frames opening rolling shutters, R.C.C. grill sizes, Schedule, exhaust for opening and balcony grill opening. Specification in brief. W.C. / Bath / Toilet / Terrace sunk line shown shaded. Terrace drain, shopping patterns and rain water pipe opening locations Lift shaft sizes, O.H.W.T. / Lift room positions. Staircase pardi thickness, riser thread details. Parking drawing. Extract details for plinth side flats. Meter cabinet locations. Following points be seen while checking R.C.C. Drawings : To be read as per working drawings. Check the structure at contour level. Sunk slabs W.C. toilet bath. Head room at specific level (beam depth & change in beam depth) Dowel for adjacent structure. Details of column below O.H.W.T. Check Elevation features. Inverted beams for W.C. bath etc. Loft details to be taken along with beam. Floating column details. Terrace level chains slab details. Reinforcement at critical points. Following points be seen while checking Plumbing Drawings : Location of UGWT / OHWT / Septic Tank / STP / WTP. Drawings to support with size and design calculations for capacities of above. Arrangements of Rain-Water Harvesting. Slope / Flow of drainage to suit site terrain. Following points be seen while checking Electrical Drawings : Location and size for transformer room, meter room for individual buildings and location of feeder pillars Route for electrical cabling to be done. Location and size of electrical duct.

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4. 5. 6. g) 1. 2. 3.

Load calculations for transformer. Detailed electrical conduiting for each flat / building. Detailed meter room layout. Following points be seen while checking Landscape Drawings : Detailed layout of open space area. Check weather amenities provided are as per broacher / specifications. Check for structural feasibility.

DEMARCATION AND PLOT LAYOUT Check List : 1. 2. 3.

CL 02

Approved demarcation plan with North direction. Plane table survey (Map) Contour Survey (Map) Contour Survey also to include R.L.s of approach road near the points of entry and at regular intervals if the road runs along the perimeter of the plot.

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4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Survey for underground electrical / telephone cables, water supply lines, drainage lines, nala structures etc. Soil Investigation Report for deciding type of foundation. Physical verification of the plot with reference to demarcation plan, existing structure, nala, boundries, H.T. lines approach road etc. Verification of above by Architect and Technical Cell. Road widening markings at site from authorized agency.

Records : 1. 2. 3. 4. Demarcation Plan. Plane table survey plan Contour Map. Verification Certificate of Architect and Technical Cell.

LAND DEVELOPMENT WORKS Check List : 1.

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Architect to give details of following to all Consultants and Technical Cell a) Layout of all building. b) Location and size of U.G.W.T. c) Location and size of Septic Tank and S.T.P. d) Location and size of Transformer, L.T. room and Generator room. e) Design of Compound Wall and Entrance Gate and Security Cabin. f) Design and location of any other amenities ( W.T. Plant, Club House, Garden, Lawn, Swimming Pool, S.T.P., Use of Solar Energy etc )

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

g) Location of E.S.R. if applicable. h) Developed Ground Level. i) Developed Plinth level of all Building and Amenities (preliminary) j) Developed first slab level k) Basement level if applicable l) Layout and Location of Rain-water Harvesting with Storm water arrangements. m) Location for Vermiculture / Bio-gas Plant. Existing G.L. with respect to T.B.M. Surface cleaning, dressing and leveling. Trial Pits for each building for foundation strata. Mass Excavation / Pit Excavation balance cutting and filling. Disposal and Reuse of Excavated earth. Try to maintain natural slope of ground. Excavated GL Approval by RCC consultant for foundation strata. Bore well locations and water yield reports. Provision for proper arrangements of Labour Hutments, GI Sheet fencing, curing work, electrical lines and plantation. Verification all above by Architect and Technical Cell at site.

Records : 1. 2. Developed plan showing all above amenities and their respective levels. Verification Certificate by Architect / RCC consultant and Technical Cell. CL 04

LAYOUT OF THE BUILDINGS ON SITE Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4.

As per CL 02 approved layout showing North direction, Plot Boundaries of all building, Amenities Area, Open Parking, Compound Wall, Gates, Roads, U.G.W.T., Electrical Substation, etc. Marking the Buildings and Structures, Roads on ground with lime powder and check for fouling if any. Check set-backs required for all structure as per rules and regulations Clearance from Architect, Technical Cell for individual building lineout.

Reference : Approved layout plan. Records : Approved drawings Certificate from Architect and Technical Cell.

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LINEOUT OF INDIVIDUAL BUILDING WITH SIDE RAIL Check List : 1. `2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

CL 05

Latest approved centre line plan of the building showing North Direction, adjoining structures, expansion joint if any & reference point with distances. Verify the center line with respect to RCC foundation plan, Architectural Floor plans and service drawings. Establish T.B.M. near each building. Fixing four corners of building and check diagonals. Fixing side rails & all center lines, including lift pit position on rails, diagonals checking part wise. Making pits for footings & lift on ground with lime powder and check for fouling of footings etc. Consent from architect, RCC designer and Technical Cell for proceeding ahead with concrete works.

Reference: Latest approved Center line plan from Architect. Record : Certificate from Technical Cell and Architect on verification of lineout.

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PLUM CONCRETE Check List : 1.

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Plum concrete is generally used a) When in the same pit some portion of pit is excavated more for required strata, to level this pit plum concrete is used. b) If two adjacent footings are at different levels, elevate one footing by proving plum concrete. Grade of concrete for plum concrete is M15. Plum concrete is to be done in layers 230 mm to 300 mm. After each layers plums (boulders) to be inserted in concrete. After that next layer of concrete is to be done. Size of plums to be used 6 to 12 Percentage of plums with respect to concrete maximum 40 % PCC below footing is to be done above plum concrete as per specified thickness. Curing for 07 days (minimum) Consumption statement

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PLAIN CEMENT CONCRETE Check List : 1.

CL 07

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Refer To : a) Architect drawing. b) RCC drawing and revision. c) Strata for foundation approved by RCC consultant. d) Any service lines passing below PCC or above PCC. Check whether rubble soling below PCC preferred / anti termite treatment below PCC is necessary. PCC top level as per RCC drawing and also with reference to developed ground level or road level. Size, depth and diagonals of the pit size is more than required PCC size; provide side shuttering to get required size. Grade of concrete and thickness of concrete. Placement of concrete and compaction. Top of PCC must in level. Curing for 7 days (minimum) Consumption statement

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MIX DESIGN AND WEIGH BATCHING Check List : 1.

CL 08

Use of Weigh Batcher : a) For all major concreting works of RCC like column, beams, slabs, lift Shaft and water tank, retaining walls, basement raft and walls weigh batcher should be used. b) Whenever weigh batcher is under repair or not available due to unforeseen reasons, weigh batching converted into volume batching can be adopted c) The weights should be marked, weighted on an electronic balance & the same is to be recorded in register by site engineer before first operation. d) For RCC normal volume batching by standard pharmas can be done. Before starting concrete : a) Design mix data required from site e.g. brand of cement, samples of materials b) Sieve analysis of stone metal. c) Sieve analysis of natural sand. d) Sieve analysis of crushed sand. e) Moisture content in sand. f) Bulk density of sand. Weigh batcher operations : a) Weigh batcher installed in level. b) Calibration Once in six months. c) Adjust weigh scale for error. d) Weights should be washed and cleaned. e) The design mix of concrete should be displayed prominently near the weigh batcher.

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f) Weights of a particular weigh batcher should not be used for any other weigh batcher. 4. During Concreting : a) Type of cement, grade of cement, approved mix design. b) Exact weight of each type of material i.e. cement, coarse aggregate, and fine aggregate and fly ash, shingle, crushed sand if to be used. c) Check workability of concrete by relating to the slump. d) Casting of cubes and identification marks min. 6 cubes. e) Check weight in pan and marker of weight on scale as these get disturbed due to vibration. After Concreting : a) Record actual consumption of material. b) Compare actual consumption with theoretical consumption. c) Cube test results with related slump for 7 days and 28 days strengths d) Curing for 10 days. e) De-shuttering period with respect to type of cement used and consultants notes on drawings. 1) Approved design mix 2) Consumption statement.

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SLUMP TEST, CUBE CASTING & CUBE TESTING A)

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SLUMP TEST : This test is conducted for determining consistency of concrete where nominal size of aggregate does not exceed 38 mm. Apparatus Used : i. Slump Cone : Top Diameter 100 mm Bottom Diameter 200 mm Height 300 mm ii. Tamping Rod : Diameter 16 mm Length 600 mm Rod rounded at one end. Procedure : The internal surface of the slump cone shall be thoroughly cleaned before commencing the test. Slump cone shall be placed on a carefully leveled metal plate, the slump cone being firmly held in place while it is being filled. The slump cone shall be filled in four layers, each approximately one- quarter of the height of the cone. Each layer shall be tamped with twenty-five strokes of the rounded end of the tamping rod. The strokes shall be distributed in a uniform manner over the crosssection of the cone and for the second and subsequent layers shall penetrate into the underlying layer. The bottom layer shall be tamped throughout its depth. After the top layer has been rodded, the concrete shall be struck off level with a trowel or the tamping rod, so that the mould is exactly filled. Any mortar which may have leaked out between the mould and the base plate shall be cleaned away. The mould shall be removed from the concrete immediately by raising it slowly and carefully in a vertical direction. This allows the concrete to subside and the slump be measured immediately by determining the difference between the height of the mould & that of the highest point of the specimen being tested. The above operation shall be carried out at a place free from vibration or shock, and within a period of two minutes after sampling. CASTING OF CUBES : Cubes of concrete should be cast regularly to estimate the strength of concrete. Concrete for filling the cubes should be taken from the middle discharge of concrete mixer. Concrete from beginning or at the end of discharge should be avoided. Cubes should be filled in 3 equal layers. Each layer should be uniformly tampered at least 35 times with a 16 mm blunt rod. Cubes should be properly leveled and finished using hand

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trowel. Cubes should be de-molded after 24 hours and immersed in water for curing. It is important to keep the cubes away from the shocks or vibrations especially for initial 3 days of casting. We recommend that minimum 6 cubes should be taken every day and the batch of 3 cubes be tested for 7 days and 28 days respectively. As per IS 456 2000 minimum frequency of sampling is as follows : Volume of Concrete 1 5 m3 6 15 m3 16 30 m3 31 50 m3 51 and above Number of Samples 1 2 3 4 4 plus one additional for each additional 50 m3

Each sample comprises of 3 cubes. Size of test specimens cubical in shape shall be 15 cm x 15 cm x 15 cm C) TESTING OF CUBES FOR COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH : Cube testing is done at specified age i.e. on 7th and on 28th day. Age of cubes is calculated from the time of addition of water to the dry ingredients. Test specimens stored in water shall be tested immediately on removal from water and while they are still in the wet condition. Surface water and grit shall be wiped off the specimens and any projecting fins removed. The dimensions of the specimens to the nearest 0.2 mm and their weight shall be noted before testing. The bearing surfaces of testing machine shall be cleaned before placing test specimen. The side faces (faces other than top & bottom) of specimen shall be placed between bearing surfaces. The load shall be applied without shock & increased continuously at a rate of approximately 140 kg / sq.cm / minute until the resistance of the specimen to the increasing load breaks down & no grater load can be sustained. The maximum load applied to the specimen shall then be recorded.

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The measured compressive strength of the specimen shall be calculated by dividing the maximum load applied to the specimen during the test by the cross-sectional area, calculated from the mean dimensions of the section and shall be expressed to the nearest kg per sq.cm. Average of three values shall be taken as the representative of the batch provided the individual variation is not more than +/- 15 percent of the average. Otherwise repeat test shall be made. Grade of Concrete M 10 M 15 M 20 M 25 M 30 M 35 M 40 28 days Required Strength 13.5 N / mm2 18.5 N / mm2 24.0 N / mm2 29.0 N / mm2 35.0 N / mm2 40.0 N / mm2 45.0 N / mm2 03 days Indicative Strength 05.4 N/mm2 07.4 N/mm2 09.6 N/mm2 11.6 N/mm2 14.0 N/mm2 16.0 N/mm2 18.0 N/mm2 07 days Indicative Strength 09.05 N/mm2 12.40 N/mm2 16.08 N/mm2 19.43 N/mm2 23.45 N/mm2 26.80 N/mm2 30.15 N/mm2 14 days Indicative Strength 11.47 N/mm2 15.73 N/mm2 20.40 N/mm2 24.65 N/mm2 29.75 N/mm2 34.00 N/mm2 38.25 N/mm2

CONCRETING OF FOOTINGS

CL 10

NOTE : CENTRING / SHUTTERING DESIGN SHOULD BE GOT APPROVED BY CONSULTANT FOR ANY R.C.C. ACTIVITY Check List : 1. Latest approved center line drawing 2. Latest approved RCC drawings. 3. Footing size and respective column number. 4. Placement of steel with reference to drawings. 5. Orientation of footings and column. 6. Cover blocks for reinforcement.

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7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Grade of concrete and mix design. Concrete placement and mechanical vibration. Surface finishing. Cubes with identification marks and related slump min. 6 cubes. Testing of cubes for 7 days and 28 days strength. Consumption records. Curing ( minimum 10 days )

Records : Cube test reports with related slump Consumption statement

CONCRETING OF COLUMN Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

CL 11

Marking of centers for columns to be done before starting any work for above floor. Starters to be casted with minimum height 6 & with vibrated concrete. Starters to be casted at least 2 days in advance before erecting the column shuttering. Check for orientation as per RCC and Architectural drawings. Column reinforcement, links, and their arrangement as per drawings Fixing cover blocks to reinforcement. Checking of shuttering materials. a) Quality of shuttering material. b) Apply shuttering oil to plywood and planks.

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8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

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c) To close the gaps / gabdies with mud paste to prevent cement slurry flowing out. Column to cast up to bottom of beams. Concrete with mixer should be insisted, if mixer is not used 10% extra cement is to be used. Checking of column while concreting, for plumb. Type of cement, grade of cement, grade of concrete and design mix. Six cube mould are kept ready to cast cubes from different batches and slump test for each. Compaction by needle vibrator and poking / tamping. Check for lap length above top of concreting of columns. Checking of columns after concreting a) De-shuttering of column after 24 hours. b) Finishing of honeycombing immediately after de-shuttering. c) Hacking of columns within 3 days from de-shuttering. Cube testing a) Remove cubes next day and keep for curing. b) Cover the column by gunny bags. c) Testing of cubes on due dates ( 7th day and 28th day ) Consumption Statement Cube test results and related slumps

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CONCRETING OF PLINTH BEAMS Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

CL 12

PCC below plinth beams as per the requirement. Out to out measurements and right angles and internal dimensions. Provision of foundation of stairs from plinth beams. Check for dimensions of Plinth Beams. Check reinforcement details as per RCC drawing and schedule. Ducting if required for all services lines. Quality of shuttering materials. Gaps and joints of shuttering Covering for all sides of beams. Grade of concrete and design mix. Concrete placement and mechanical vibrator / tamping and surface finishing. Marking and finishing of top level of plinth beams. Cubes with identification marks and related slump test. Curing for minimum 10 days.

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Records :

Consumption record Cube test and related slump

CONCRETING OF LIFT RAFT AND LIFT PARDI Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

CL 13

Architectural drawing showing lift shaft size and orientation of shaft with reference to manufacturers requirements and required depth of pits. Latest approved RCC drawings. Check whether base water proofing is done. Check size, diagonal, plumb, support and depth below level required by lift manufacturers. Check grade of concrete and reinforcement. Centers of raft, pardi, covering for raft and pardi. Check for lift door opening to be provided in lift pardi wall. Water proofing on sides of lift pardi up to plinth level. Hacking to concrete surface. Cubes with identification marks. Curing for minimum 10 days. Cube tests on 7 and 28 days with related slump. Consumption Statement

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CONCRETING OF STAIRCASE Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

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Scrutiny of RCC Drawing with respect to latest revised Architectural Drawing and details of staircase such as riser, trade and thickness of waist slab. Ensure height of riser is within specified limit (not to exceed 175 mm) Before erecting formwork for staircase check by marking on plain ground, whether arrangement given in drawing is suitable or not. Check whether slab / floor level landing top is provided with sunk slab (50 mm) or not ? The sunken (50 mm) provided should be distributed among all risers at parking floor. Check quality of shuttering and staging material. Shuttering plates should be well supported by chavis for full length. All props supporting chavis must in plumb. Top of mundha to cut at an required angle. Check reinforcement is laid as per RCC drawing or not. Mark top of mid-landing / slab level on shuttering sides. Check shuttering provided to steps is of plywood finish or not ? Check size of risers and trades is as per drawing. Check verticality of risers. Check thickness of waist slab as per drawing. Check dowel provided for upper flight or not ? Concreting as per design mix and proper grade of concrete. Proper compaction of concrete with vibrator and hand pocking.

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Casting of cubes with related slumps. Curing for minimum 10 days.

Records : Consumption Statement Cube Test Results and related slumps.

CONCRETING OF BEAMS / SLABS Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

CL 15

Scrutiny of structural drawing with respect to latest revised architectural drawing and details of staircase such as riser, thread, thickness of waist slab, sunk for landing flooring, lift size and opening. Level of each bay of the slab and internal panel measurement beam to beam & diagonals. Location and depth of sunken slab. Proper laps for reinforcement of columns, beams and slab and Lift pardi. Check reduction of columns and reinforcement is done as per above floor requirements as per RCC drawings. Check for expansion joint details and the same should be provided as per RCC details. Chairs for reinforcement with 8 mm. Dowels for future columns if any in slab and beams. Quality of Centring and Shuttering and staging materials. Shuttering plates should be well supported by chavis at 3-0 c/c for the full length. Provide camber for cantilever beams as specified by structural consultant. Cross bracing should be provided for vertical supports (wooden & M.S. both) for slab and beams at maximum 400 interval. Make the top of concrete on sides of beam / slab shuttering around Making of required GHODI of various thickness of slab. Concealed conduit / junction boxes / fan hooks as per electrical drawings. Require number of sleeves opening for RWP, drainage pipe etc. Inform well in advance to Architect, RCC designer, Technical Cell for checking of slabs.

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18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Provide sufficient cover blocks for beams, columns and slabs. Keep six numbers of cubes and one slump cone ready. Type of cement, grade of cement and grade of concrete / design mix. Proper compaction of concrete with vibrator hand pocking Control of W/C ratio in the concrete to be checked frequently as per the slump desired. Add water proofing compound for sunken slab and terrace slab. Finishing of slab to the required line and level without honeycombing. For curing ensure water ponding minimum 2 depth with maximum size of 6-0 X 6-0 between bunds for minimum 7 days. Cross-Bracing should not be removed before 03 days after casting. De-shuttering of slabs after 7, 10 or 15 days and beams 14 or 21 days depending upon span and type of cement used, also refer notes on consultants drawing and instructions of Technical Cell. Cube tests with related slump for 7 days and 28 days strength.

STAGEWISE VERIFICATION SHOULD BE DONE AS BELOW : 1. 2. 3. 4. STAGE Centring / Shuttering but before laying reinforcement After Laying reinforcement but before concreting During Concreting After concrete for curing & before de-shuttering Consumption statement Cube test results and related slump Verification certificate from Architect, RCC consultant, Technical Cell VERIFICATION BY Project In-Charge RCC Consultant, Tech. Cell, Architect Project In-Charge Project In-Charge

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RCC OF LIFT MACHINE ROOM AND O.H.W.T. Check List : 1. Lift Machine Room :

CL 16

a) Check for latest approved drawings from lift manufacturer / and architect. b) Check the size of machine room, height, access, ventilation etc. c) Check for the sleeves in the bottom slab as per drawings. d) Check for lifting hook in the top slab as per designed capacity e) Grade of concrete and thickness of concrete. f) Cube test results related with slump. g) Curing for minimum 10 days. 2. For O.H.W.T. : a) Check the capacity as per Architect or Consultants drawings for domestic, potable water and fire fighting water and treated water for flushing. b) Check for Sleeves for washout, inlet, outlet overflow, fire fighting and treated water for flushing etc. c) Check for chamfer in concrete for bottom slab d) Check for chamber cover openings. e) Grade of concrete and design mix. f) Water proofing compound. g) Cube test results with related slumps. h) Curing for minimum 10 days. Records : Consumption Statement Cube test result and related slump Verification Certificate from Architect, RCC consultant & Technical Cell

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FILLING IN PLINTH AND ANTI TERMITE TREATMENT Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

CL 17

Sub ground level and top of filling level. Check for laying underground pipelines, cables, etc. Material used for filling either murrum or black cotton soil mixed murrum or lime, filling should be done in layers not exceeding 16 Flooding with water through holes made in filling. Ramming at every layer. Top 16 layer just below the soling shall be of murrum, watered and rammed thoroughly with compactor. Check necessity of Anti Termite Treatment, if required, then follow pretreatment as given below :

Stages : Stage i) For filling around column footings and plinth beams. Stage ii) For filling in plinth all surface area. Stage iii) For filling around external perimeter of building. Emulsion Spray : Mix chemical with water ( 1 part of chemical, 30 parts of water ), make the holes by crowbar at two feet center and two feet deep and spray the emulsion with pressure pump, consumption 5 liters per Sq. meter. Records : Levels of sub ground and final levels

RUBBLE SOLING

CL 18

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Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Filling and compaction of surface. Soling thickness as directed by Technical Cell. (minimum 230 mm) Voids filled with murrum. Watering and Compaction. Ensure a) Ducting line for electrical cable, TV cable, Water Supply, Drain pipe etc b) Anti termite treatment after filling murrum. c) Top of soling. Consumption statement

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UNCOURCED RUBBLE MASONRY Check List : 1. 2. Architectural drawings. Stage wise / thickness wise bottom and top levels of masonry.

CL 19

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Proportion of cement mortar (not more than 1:6) and raking of joints for specific type of pointing (proportion of mortar not more than 1:2) Provision of one header for every 5 Sq.Ft., staggered horizontally and vertically. Check whether weep holes required in case of retaining walls. Curing ( for 10 days minimum ) Ensure there should not be voids in UCR masonry wall. Ensure that only 3 ft height of wall is constructed in one day. Provide pins for boundary of upper level masonry work for every 5 rft. Consumption statement

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BRICK MASONARY Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4.

CL 20

Latest approved architectural drawings showing thickness of walls, door windows and other openings. Customer changes / NOC Cleaning the entire floor, stacking of bricks on either side of beam. Cleaning of slab conduits and passing GI wire through conduits before brickwork starts.

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5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17 18.

Soaking of bricks. Preparation of mortar in proper proportion in M.S. Tray, check whether cement mortar or any other ready mixed mortar is to be used. Prefer for design mix and use of mixer for BBM mortar. Confirm diagonals and dimensions of room after first layer. Check right angle, plumb lines, levels, joints ( max ) at sill and lintel level. Plumb for external wall to be taken from outside and for internal walls from side flush with beam / column. Not more than 4-00 masonry in days time. In case of long walls (exceeding 4.5 m length), provision of horizontal / vertical RCC bands should be considered Provide metal chip at the junction of RCC and BBM (insert by thumb pressure) Provide RCC band, if 4 thick brick wall above 3.0 m and if 6 brick wall above 4.0 m with nominal reinforcement and M15 grade of concrete. Racking of Joints. Provide sufficient number of hold fast embedded in concrete for all frames property covered. Cleaning the working area. Curing for minimum 10 days. Check the line and plumb of door frame. Consumption Statement

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EXTERNAL PLASTER Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

CL 21

Latest approved drawing to be referred for elevation features before plastering. Soaking of brick wall surfaces well in advance for minimum 3 days before plaster from both sides. The surface to be plastered shall be cleaned for algae growth, salt effloresces and dust accumulation. Check for electrical conduiting and switch box fixing for terrace and dry balcony light points. Type and texture of finished plaster and thickness of plaster (single or double coat) to be decided before hand.

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6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

15. 16. 17.

Thiyyas of minimum thickness to be taken two days before plaster. Hacking to concrete and filling between concrete and BBM joints. Ensure the position of all the concealed sleeves for water supply, sanitary, rain water, electrical pipes etc. Ensure covering of plaster side by tadpatri or plastic at least 3 days before plastering and 7 days after completing of plaster. Verticality and lines of frames. Provide chicken mesh at joints of RCC and BBM wherever required. Gunny bags spreading near walls to avoid wastage and mortar can be reused. Check proportion of mortar for base coat and finishing coat mixing to be done in M.S. trays. Also whether cement mortar or ready mortar to be used. Prefer for design mix and use of mixer for plaster mortar. For single coat plaster with rubdi coat for sponge finish thk. 12 + 6 = 18 mm. both coats to be done simultaneously. For double coat plaster thk. 19 + 6 = 25 mm. Second coat is to be done 03 days after first coat is completed. Check for line, level and plumb of plaster, check right angles for all openings. Cleaning of working area to be done on the same day, especially railings, RCC grills, door and window frames etc. Curing for 10 days minimum. Consumption Statement

Records :

INTERNAL PLASTER Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

CL 22

Soaking of brick-wall surface well in advance for minimum 03 days before plastering. Ensure horizontal and vertical electrical conduits laid chiseling with cutter. Patching up of chiseling area with rich mortar and metal 2 days before. Sufficient hacking to all RCC work. Making thiyyas of minimum thickness 2 days before plater. Conduiting of plumbing, electrical and other service lines. Customer changes / NOC Check electrical conduiting with reference to electrical points, switch boxes with DB box. Chicken mesh at joints of RCC and BBM, Excess conduiting locations etc.

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10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Verticality and alignment of all doors and windows frames. Proportion of mortar and mixing in tray, check whether prefer cement mortar or ready mix mortar to be used with type of finishing coat. Prefer for design mix and use of mixer for plaster. Ensure plumb, right angle, dhar corners, window jam levels, position of electrical boxes etc. Ensure finishing of loft top. Ensure application of neeru in proper proportion and finish except dado position. Check for finishing of joints between internal and external plaster. Smooth trowelling of neeru finish on next day. Cleaning of all working area. Check all electrical points and switch boxes are open and cleaned. Curing for minimum 10 days. Donga (white wash) to be applied after 03 weeks. Consumption Statement.

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PROVIDING EXPANSION / CONSTRUCTION JOINTS

CL 23

Expansion Joint : These joints are provided to accommodate the expansion of adjacent building parts and to relieve compressive stresses that may otherwise develop. The joints formed by providing an initial gap between the adjacent building parts which gets widened or shortened while accommodating the contraction or expansion of the building. The width of the gap should be sufficient to accommodate the maximum thermal-induced moment likely to be encountered. Normally it varies between 10 mm to 40 mm. There should be complete discontinuity of masonry, reinforcement or concrete at the joint and the gap should permit unobstructed movement of the adjacent parts. Expansion joint should start from the top of footing (in case of combined footing for adjacent columns) tip topmost point of structure. Spacing of Expansion Joints : 1. Framed Structures : i) For long uniform structures at 30.0 meter interval ii) Corners of L,H,T and C shaped structures 2. Walls : i) Load bearing walls with cross walls at intervals at 30.0 m interval ii) Walls without cross walls at 30.0 m interval. Control joints over center of openings may be

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given at half the spacing of expansion joints. Material used to treat expansion joints : i) Joint Filler : A strip of compressible material used to form and fill the expansion joints in structure. Joint fillers can be made out of a variety of materials such as bitumen, bitumen containing cellular material, cork strips, natural or cellular rubber, expanded plastic, mineral fiber, coconut, pith etc ii) Ceiling Compound : A material of plastic consistency applied to the joint in the form of liquid or paste. The function of the ceiling compound is to prevent the ingress of water or foreign matter. Mastic or hot-applied bituminous compound is commonly used for this purpose. iii) Water Bar : A strip which is placed across the joint during construction so as to form an impervious diaphragm. Water bars may be of natural and synthetic rubber, polyvinyl chloride or metal.

Construction Joints : Joints installed at location where construction stops for any reason is known as construction joint. If it is possible to plan construction in such a way that the days work ends at expansion or contraction joint, then there is no necessity of construction joint. But many times it is not possible to complete the concreting work in one operation. Therefore special measures are necessary to be taken to achieve perfect continuity in old and new concrete. For structural stability, it is necessary to ensure that construction joints are provided at pre-determined locations. Location of Construction Joints for different members : 1. Slabs : For simply supported one-way slab Construction joint should be vertical and parallel to main reinforcement. It can also be provided at the part part of span at right angles to main reinforcement In case of two-way slab, the joint can be provided th part of either span. 2. Beams : In case of beams construction joint should be vertical and located at th part of span. 3. Columns : 75 mm below beam bottom. 4. R.C.C. Walls : At suitable location where erection of formwork, compaction of concrete and supervision is convenient. 1. Old concrete should be treated as below : If the new concrete is to be laid within 48 hours, the face of the old concrete is cleaned with wire brush and water and a coat of cement

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2.

mortar (of the same composition as that of concrete) is applied before placing new concrete. If the new concrete is to be laid after 48 hours, the face of the old concrete is first roughened by chiseling. It is then cleaned of scum, loose aggregates and other foreign matter, wetted and a coat of cement mortar (of the same composition as that of the concrete) is applied before placing new concrete.

CURING

CL 24

Curing is the process of preventing the loss of moisture from the concrete / mortar. Curing should be done for minimum 07 days for 43 / 53 Grade cement. Curing should be done for minimum 10 days for blended cement, but recommended to continue for 14 days. Installation of Hydro-pneumatic system for curing is recommended. Following procedure should be adopted for curing. S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Type of Work P.C.C. Footings Columns Plinth Beams Slabs & Beams Procedure for Curing Sprinkling of water Should be covered by wet gunny bags & by intermittent sprinkling of water. Should be covered by wet gunny bags & by intermittent sprinkling of water. Should be covered by wet gunny bags & by intermittent sprinkling of water. Slabs : Water Ponding of minimum 2 depth & maximum size 6 X 6 between bunds. Beams : Outer side should be covered by wet gunny bags and intermittent sprinkling of water. Beams & Slabs : Sprinkling of water from bottom side of slab & beams after de-

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6 7 8 9 10

Brickwork Internal / External Plaster Water-proofing Tiling External Painting

shuttering. Intermittent sprinkling of water. Intermittent sprinkling of water. By ponding Intermittent sprinkling of water. Intermittent sprinkling of water.

CONCEALED PLUMBING Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

CL 25

Latest approved plumbing layout. Waterproofing requirements. Customer changes / NOC. Chasing with cutter. Ensure type and approved brand of materials ( pipe & fittings ) for concealed piping work. Coaltar painting to all concealed lines / insulation if any for hot water lines. Ensure all taps position at tile joints. All fittings to be flush with tiles. Proper filling with mortar. Testing with required pressure and its record. To be tested at 10 kg / cm2 for GI / CPVC pipe line and 07 kg / cm2 for Copper pipe line. Identification marks of PMC & Domestic water. Provision of nahani tarp, P-trap, CI bends outlets below waterproofing. Fixtures levels. Provide escape spouts at top coat level. Pressure test. Consumption Statement.

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WATER SUPPLY - RISING MAINS AND DISTRIBUTION Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

CL 26

7. 8. 9. 10.

Consultants approved drawings / specifications for materials and pumps / work order. Ensure the provision of valve and NRV, PRV Position of delivery pipes, air vent pipes, over flow pipes, wash out drain pipes. Joining and alignment of pipes near overhead tank. Installation of water pumps of required capacity its Earthing and Electrical connection. If auto control system is provided, then ensure a) Quality of the sensors of the system. b) Display panel for water tank. c) Cabling used for system. d) Protection for dry run. Proper clamping for pipes. Adopt telescopic arrangement in down take pipe lines and check the plumb and alignment. Pressure of water to each floor. Identification marks on pipes PMC / wash water supply. Consumption Statement.

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BUILDING DRAINAGE SYSTEM UPTO THE VERTICAL STACK Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

CL 27

Check sequence of waterproofing before starting work. Procurement of material as per approved drawing and changes in outlet of sanitary wares. Ensure the provision for bends, branch pieces etc. Ensure the verticality of the stack before joining internal branches Ensure leak proof joints Ensure sufficient slope to horizontal drain pipes. Introduce plug socket for cleaning. Ensure inspection eye provided wherever necessary. Ensure the position, levels of sanitary ware from the floor levels. Ensure provision of anti siphon age pipes and elongated length of vent pipe above the roof level. Clamping the pipes rigidly to maintain verticality, plumb, line level, and slopes. Ensure the free flow of drainage for the desired discharge by testing all the lines. Do not mix rain water outlets in to sewage or sullage drains. Rain water outlets to connect to rainwater harvesting system. Consumption Statement

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C.P. AND SANITARY FITTINGS Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

CL 28

Refer to specification and schedule of fittings, fixtures and sanitary ware and type of outlet trap of W.C. Customer changes and NOC Free flow of water at least 15 minutes by removing plugs and then fixing fittings / sanitary wares. C.P. fixtures should be fixed with cloth packing while using the spanners. Check all the fittings for free flow of water, leakages if any ( to be rectified ) Fix the identification mark on domestic and PMC water connection. Ensure the sanitary fitting before fixing for colour code, defects if any. Ensure proper grouting of EWC / WB brackets. Ensure the proper functioning of flush tank / half turn valve / PVC connection for colour code, defects if any. Seat cover of correct size and matching colour. Check for cleaning of tiles and sanitary ware, C.P. fiitings Ensure that the plugs for boiler connections are easy to remove but at the same time the plug is non-leaking. STANDARD HEIGHTS OF PLUMBING FITTINGS Fittings Height from FFL Open Mixer 30 Shower 78 Tumbler Cock 12 Wash Basin 33 Angle Cock for Wash Basin 18 Angle Cock for Flush Tank 24 Bottle Trap Outlet 18 Low level Cistern height 36 Urinal 24 Soap Dish 36 Kitchen Sink Cock 39 Kitchen Platform 31 Flush Valve 41 Fourway Divertor / Single Lever Divertor 39 CL 29

Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

SEWAGE SYSTEM FROM VERTICAL STACK TO SEPTIC TANK / DRAIN Check List :

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Approved drawing / work order / specifications for materials. Sewage line to be 5 m away from UGWT Ensure all invert levels and proper slope. Ensure the alignment of the line. Record initial ground level. Record excavated ground level. Lay pipe in the upgrade direction of the slope and ensure all branches are connected with proper slope. Fill the joints as specified. Sufficient time before backfilling (2 days) Ensure minimum interval of chambers and provision of chambers at turnings. Ensure drop in invert level in each chamber between incoming and outgoing pipes. Ensure that all the chambers / manholes are plastered from inside & outside with footsteps. Ensure free flow in the pipe line till connecting drain to septic tank or Municipal chamber. Consumption Statement / as built drawing

Records :

SEPTIC TANK Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. Approved drawing Invert level of incoming sewer. Record initial ground level. Record final excavated ground level.

CL 30

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5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

PCC / RCC, BBM, Water-proofing to be done as per respective check list. Inlet Outlet levels of tank. Free board. All the documents, Size of the compartments and the baffle walls. Filler media materials and filling procedure. Water tightness of septic tank. Vents are provided. Connected effluent to sock pit or nearest drain or STP Consumption Statement / as built drawing

Records :

EXTERNAL WATER SUPPLY RISING MAIN Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

CL 31

Approved drawing / work order / specification for materials. Whether automatic level control system is to be provided. Pump HP head, discharge and quality of foot valve. Pump foundation. Proper earthing for electrical supply. Union joint on suction and delivery side of pump for easy maintenance. Motor testing Dry run protection.

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9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Quality of sensors. Quality of control panels. No air is trapped on suction side. All joints are watertight / leakages to be repaired. NRV and sluice / gate valves on rising main. Identification for drinking water, wash water and recycled water for flushing. Record the time required to fill the OHWT Ensure that the NRV flap closes as soon as pump stops. Ensure that no water is stagnant on the pump room floor. As built drawing to be prepared.

Records : Consumption Statement

ELECTRICAL WIRING, FITTINGS AND FIXTURES Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

CL 32

Refer to schedule and specifications of fittings and fixtures Customer changes / N.O.C. The quality gauges and the brand name of the wires, as per the approvals, before starting the works. Check the colour code and specification of the wire for points and avoid joints wiring. Fix the accessories on the boards, as required with line and level and of approved brand. Terminate the wire in accessories, considering an extra length for looping. Connect the wires in accessories, considering an extra length for looping.

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8.

After starting the supply, switch on the main switch and check all the points with megar and test lamp.

WIRES AND THEIR COLOURS 1.5 mm2 2.5 mm2 4 mm2 COLOUR Red, Yellow, Blue Black Green Point Wiring Sub Main and 16 A Point Boiler and AC Point PURPOSE Phase Wires Neutral Earthing Yellow Red Blue

EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL M.S.E.D.C.L. SUPPLY Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

CL 33

Civil instrument work of LT room and transformer yard based on approved layout of M.S.E.D.C.L. and electrical inspector and detailing by Architects and RCC consultants. M.S.E.D.C.L. approved layout of transformer, four pole structure, LT / HT panels, earthing provision switchgear, feeder pillars, cable layout from transformer to meter board including sizing. Work order for transformer, LT / HT panels, switchgear, cables, steel structure, feeder pillar and all accessories required. Electrical contractors scope of work, his work order, installation schedule. Approvals from M.S.E.D.C.L. and electrical inspector after erection. M.S.E.D.C.L. supply from outside mains for charging transformer, testing and commissioning of the total system.

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Records :

Approved drawing from M.S.E.D.C.L., Architect and Consultant. Material Consumption

EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL GENERATOR SUPPLY Check List : 1. 2.

CL 34

3. 4. 5. 6.

Civil construction work as per manufacturers requirement, detailing by architect and RCC consultant. Approved layout of generator foundation, AMF and switching panels, diesel stock provision, ducting and ventilation, chimney for smoke disposal, earthing, canopy etc by the approved suppliers and erection contractor. Schedule for erection, testing and commissioning. Approval from electrical inspector concerned. Maintenance Manual. Maintenance contract. Approved Drawings Fuel consumption records

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STREET LIGHT WORK Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

CL 35

Approved drawings / work order / specification for materials Poles of street lights shall not disturb other services and access. Street light cables shall be laid in pipe or GI pipe with proper cushioning. Provision of earthing (GI wire) for feeder pillar and each pole. Ensure colour code of wires and distribution, connections from pole junctions to each point. Ensure the intensity of street lights in night ( it shall be uniform )

Records : Consumption Statement / As built drawing

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WATERPROOFING OF TOILETS, DRY BALCONY, TERRACE, LIFT PIT AND BASEMENT Check List : A) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. B) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. TOILETS :

CL 36

Fixing of reference levels / bench mark for every floor. Removal of debris ( cleaning of surface with wire brush ) Making of holes required for all types of outlets. Base coat to cover all junctions. Fix finished floor levels to ensure proper and sufficient slope towards outlet pipes with cushioning mortar above those pipes. Proportion of mix for waterproofing treatment at various layers to be ensured. Use appropriate waterproofing chemicals. Brick bat coba with proper slope. Finishing coat with smooth finishing bottom surface and same carried over on vertical surfaces for one foot. Escape outlets after top coat. Curing for every coat. Testing by ponding of water for minimum 10 days. TERRACE AND DRY BALCONY : Fixing of reference levels / bench mark for every floor. Removal of debris ( cleaning of surface with wire brush ) Provision of rainwater outlets. Base coat to cover all junctions. Fix finished floor levels to ensure proper and sufficient slope towards outlet pipes with cushioning mortar above those pipes.

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6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Proportion of mix for waterproofing treatment at various layers to be ensured. Use appropriate waterproofing chemicals. Brick bat coba with proper slope. Finishing coat with smooth finishing bottom surface and same carried over on vertical surfaces for one foot. Curing for every coat. Testing by ponding of water for minimum 10 days.

C) 1. 2. 3. 4.

LIFT PIT AND BASEMENT : Fixing of machine cut rough shahabad below raft slab with waterproof plaster. Fixing of machine cut rough shahabad for RCC pardi from outside with waterproof plaster up to plinth level. In case of basement encasing column and footings with machine cut rough shahabad is necessary. Curing for 10 days minimum. Consumption Statement

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TILING WORK Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20. 21.

CL 37

Customer changes / NOC Customer supplied material if any. Drawing for adjusting cut pieces. Sorting of tiles for size, colour and pattern. Removing of all loose mortar from slab and cleaning the surface thoroughly (Ghadai) Tiles soaking and sorting before fixing. (Use appropriate farma for sorting) Any service line below flooring, especially electrical conduits. Finishing floor levels to be fixed with respect to toilets, terraces and entrance lobby. Ensure slope for flooring in toilets, terraces and dry balcony towards outlet / nahani trap. Use of sand-cement mortar for fixing skirting and dado tiles. Proportion of lime / cement mortar proper mixing of mortar dry as well as wet mortar. Right angles and plumbs for dado and skirting. Fixing of tiles neatly with sufficient slurry backing ensuring no hollowness behind tiles. Ensure cutting of dado tiles to the exact size of switch box. Hole cutting for taps, traps, outlets. Fixing of skirting by machine cut tiles. Proper Butt finishing for skirting and dado tiles. Filling of joints with matching colour cement paste on same day. Curing / Curing compound for on joints / Butt. Polishing coat / cleaning with detergent powder. Ensure for gaps / voids by knocking.

Records : Consumption Statement

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KITCHEN PLATFORM Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

CL 38

Latest approved drawings (considering drain location). Check for vertical and horizontal partitions below platform for kitchen cabinet. Customer changes / N.O.C. Customer supplied material. Ensure slope towards sink. Proper bearing in the walls. Position and size of built in sink / S.S. sink / drain board. Ensure cutting of dado tiles to the exact size of switch box. Connection of sink to vertical stack. Sharp edges to be rounded off. Coloured cement for joints.

Records : Consumption Statement

ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS

CL 39

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Check List : 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Latest approved drawings and specifications. Check position of M.S. Grill of windows, whether from inside or outside before fixing windows. Customer changes / N.O.C. Aluminum material section weights, use medium gauge material. Aluminum sections to be used, number of tracks and shutters. Base frame if necessary; anodizing / powder coating for base frame and window. Right angels of frames, sizes of shutters, bearing, handles, locking arrangement, provision of mosquito net etc. Verify details of tracks, exhaust fan, a/c openings. Type, Thickness, Quality of Glass and PVC molding around glasses. Removing packing sheet on member and clean all surfaces. Holes from outside at bottom truck for draining out rain water.

DOOR SHUTTERS Check List :

CL 40

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 1. Sr. No. 1 a) b) c) d)

Refer to approved drawings / work order / schedule of fittings and fixtures. Customer changes / NOC Type size, thickness and quality of shutter. Door frame should be checked for plumbs and alignment. All the slots for hinges properly provided. All the screws fitted with the help of screw driver and not hammered. Leaping to be provided as per required. Door fittings and fixtures as per approved schedule / work order. Painting / Polishing to frame and shutters by protecting and fixtures by proper covering. Flat owners name plate on entrance door shutter. Use waterproof shutters. Use minimum 32 mm thick door shutter if Cylindrical Lock is provided and 30 mm thick if Al-Drop / Tadipatti are provided. Use 35 mm thick door shutter for entrance door. Provide minimum 4 hinges for entrance door and 3 hinges for internal doors. Table for levels of different fittings and fixtures. STANDARD HEIGHTS FITTINGS FOR BALCONY DOOR : Recommended Recommended Position Of Fittings Fittings Details Heights from FFL Balcony Door Inside Handle D type 95 cm (38) 6.5 cm (2 ) from bottom opening edge of shutter. Cylindrical Lock / 100 cm (40) / Opening Edge Tadi Patti 82.5 cm (33) Tower bolt 15 cm (6) Top flush to top of 5 cm (2) from shutter opening edge of shutter. Door Stopper As per requirement 5 cm (2) 7.5 cm (3) at opening edge STANDARD HEIGHTS OF FITTINGS FOR INTERNAL DOOR : Recommended Recommended Position Of Fittings Fittings Details Heights from FFL Internal Door : Inside Tower Bolt 15 cm Top flush to top of 5 cm (2) from (6) shutter opening edge of shutter. Handle D type 95 cm (33) 6.5 cm (2 ) from

2. Sr. No. 1 a) b)

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c) d) 2 a) b) c) 3. Sr. No. 1 a) b) c) d) 2 a) b) 4. Sr. No. 1 a) b) c) d) e)

(bottom) Baby Latch Rubber Gattu Outside Handle D type bottom Cylindrical Lock / Tadi Patti Door stopper

82.5 cm (33) 7.5 cm (3) 95 cm (38) 100 cm (40) / 85 cm (34) As per requirement

opening edge of shutter Opening Edge 7.5 cm (3) at opening edge 7.5 cm (3) At opening edge 5 cm (2) 7.5 cm (3) at opening edge.

STANDARD HEIGHTS OF FITTINGS FOR W.C. / BATHROOM DOOR : Recommended Recommended Position Of Fittings Fittings Details Heights from FFL W.C. / Bath. (Inside) Handle (Bottom) 95 cm (38) 6.5 cm (2 ) from opening edge of shutter. Baby Latch 82.5 cm (33) Opening edge Hook 160 cm (64) Center of shutter Rubber Gattu 7.5 cm (3) 7.5 cm (3) from opening edge of shutter W.C./Bath. (Outside ) Handle (Bottom) 95 cm (38) 7.5 cm (3) from opening edge of shutter Cylindrical Lock / 100 cm (40) / Opening Edge of Tadi patti 85 cm (34) shutter STANDARD HEIGHTS OF FITTINGS FOR MAIN DOOR : Recommended Fittings Details Main Door Inside Tower Bolt 15 cm (6) Safety Chain Eye Piece Handle D type bottom of shutter Night Latch Recommended Heights from FFL Top flush to top of door 145 cm (58) 145 cm (58) 120 cm (48) 100 cm (40) Position Of Fittings 5 cm (2) from opening edge of shutter 5 cm from opening edge of shutter At center of shutter. 6.5 cm (2 ) from opening edge Opening edge of shutter

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f) g) 2 a) b) c) d) e)

Tadi Patti Rubber Gattu Outside Unit number place Name Plate Decorative handle (bottom) Al-drop Door Stopper

85 cm (34) 7.5 cm (3) 175 cm (70) 167.5 cm (67) 110 cm (44) 90 cm (36) As per requirement

At the opening of edge 7.5 cm (3) from opening edge of shutter Center to shutter Center to shutter 7.5 cm (3) from opening edge of shutter 5 cm (3) from opening edge of shutter At the opening edge

INTERNAL PAINTING FOR WALLS AND CEILINGS Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CL 41

Approved colour scheme and check customers changes, if any, regarding paint. Wall has been scraped for all unwanted material like excess cement, mortar nails, dust etc. Donga has been removed completely and the wall surface is rubbed by the fine sand paper, wide cracks completely opened and filled with crack seal compound. Mix, preparation and application of primer. Primer has been allowed to dry for at least 24 hours before application of putty. All the undulations of minor nature, dents and cracks in proper way are filled up with putty and surface is smooth to receive paint. Surface has been rubbed with fine paper to get smooth finish after 24 hours of application of putty. Check any brush marks bristles from the brush stick to the wall. Mix, preparation and application of second coat shall be done only after drying 1st coat. Check for floor, door, windows fittings cleaned properly.

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11. 12. 13. 14.

Check all cement mortar, unwanted welding burr etc. are removed before application of primer polishing properly. Check for free movement of hinges, fittings and fixtures of door and windows before application of primer. Application of zinc cromite metal primer before application of first coat of oil paint to the steel works. Application of first coat of oil paint and proper finish, fill up putty whenever necessary, application for second coat of oil paint after 24 hours drying of first coats. Colour Scheme. Consumption Statement

Records :

EXTERNAL PAINTING Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

CL 42

Approved specifications for materials to be used. Approved colour scheme and ensure external wall surface is cleaned properly before painting is taken up. All the electrical plumbing holes are finished properly before application of first coat. The surface is watered for 12 hours before application of priming coat / first coat. Ensure cleaning by scrapping patti before application of first coat. Priming coat / first coat to be applied with proper mix, application and finishing of surface as per the manufacturers instructions for use. Second coat with proper mix, application and finishing of surface as per the manufacturers instructions for use. Cleaning the surfaces, windows glass, terrace, floor, pipes, doors, fixtures, electrical switches etc. Curing as per manufacturers instructions. Colour Scheme. Consumption Statement

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FABRICATION WORK Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4.

CL 43

5. 6. 7. 8.

Check the approved drawings, customer changes with NOC Check the material as per approved drawing prior to indenting. Check the material as per specification. Check for : a) Diagonal / Angles. b) Plumb. c) Design. d) Joints welding. e) Grinding of joints. f) Scrapping by sand paper. Check for painting primer coat. Check for painting of oil paints as per specification Check for any damages created during erection, rectify it. Final point touchup.

Records : Consumption Statement

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CUSTOMER CHANGES Changes within acceptable norms : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Deleting of internal wall. Change from EWC (Commode) to IWC (Indian type) with stepped platform. Change from IWC (Indian type) to EWC (Commode). Increase in dado tiles height. Door and window grills as per our approved patterns.

Changes beyond acceptable norms : 1. 2. 3. 4. Shifting of internal walls and addition of walls Additional loft or change in position / location of loft. Changes which will affect external elevation. Washing machine / wash basin on terrace.

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HANDING OVER OF FLAT - CHECK LIST

CL 44

NOTE : ENSURE THAT COMPLIANCE OF FOLLOWING ARE DONE. REFER TO SPECIFICATION APPROVED FOR FINISHING AND FIXTURE OF ALL TYPES. A) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. B) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. WALLS AND CEILINGS : ( of all the rooms including bathroom and W.C. ) Are all cracks in wall are properly filled ? Are all signs of dampness / leakage on wall removed ? Are all patches or black stripes observed in painting attended ? Are loose patches (if any) in ceiling and walls rectified ? Are all corners sharp and finished ? Are the fan hook in ceiling are proper ? Are the overall finishing proper ? TILING : Is the floor in proper level ? Is the floor and skirting properly polished and cleaned ? Is the skirting in one line and at right angles ? Are the floor tiles of one type ? Is the mosaic / ceramic tiles in the room continued up to outer edge of main door frame ? Is the butt joint properly finished ? Is the skirting and butt properly inline level and right angle around the column ? Are cracked tiles replaced and finished properly ? Are glazed tiles cleaned and finished properly ? Are all glazed tiles cleaned and finished properly ? Are the glazed tile dado in right angle and level ? Is the gap between glazed tile dado and room ceiling / flooring filled properly ? Are jams of windows properly finished with glazed tiles ? Are you sure that there is not a single cracked tile in dado ? Are the glazed tile around W.C. pan properly fixed ? Are you sure that no water accumulates on flooring of W.C. ? Have you confirmed by knocking each tile that there are no loose patches left in the dado ?

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18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. D) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Is there proper slope towards nahani trap and no water accumulates in between ? Is there proper slope given to bathroom ? Is there bath and W.C. floor down than room floor ? Is boundary edge finished properly ? Is the slope properly given to the balcony towards water spout ? Is the terrace or balcony floor level minimum 1 down than floor ? If not check whether threshold ( Umbra Patti ) has been provided ? Is the gap between terrace, toilet, dry balcony floor and room floor filled properly with white cement. Are water spouts in balcony fitted properly and cleaned properly ? Is there any necessity to provide threshold fixed to bath and W.C. ? Is the kitchen platform finished properly ? Is the kitchen platform leak proof ? Are the edges of granite around kitchen sink and fascia patti polished properly and edges soft chamfered ? Is there proper slope given to kitchen platform top ? Are the glazed tiles near water taps properly cut and fixed ? Is the hole for gas provided with pvc bend above the kitchen otta ? Is polishing of kitchen otta cuddappa verticals and shelves done ? Is edge polishing and rounding done ? Flooring below kitchen platform to be in level with the room floor ? Check whether skirting below kitchen platform provided ? Is the space for gas cylinder ok to put cylinder freely / Are you sure that hole for gas pipe is not chocked with cement / debris ? Is the finishing and painting of walls below kitchen platform done properly ? DOORS AND WINDOWS : Are all doors / windows, opening and closing smoothly ? Is gap between door / windows frame and shutter within tolerance limit ? Are drain holes in aluminum window track from outside provided ? Are the aluminum window tracks cleaned with air blower ? Are all doors / windows properly painted / polished / Are all fittings like locks, tower bolts, stoppers, hinges etc working smoothly ? Are all glass properly fitted, cleaned and crack free ? Is the sealant applied it fill in the gaps between windows and wall ? Is the polishing of main door proper ? Is the no / name plate of the main door fixed ? along with flat no. put on it ? Are all gaps between window / door frames and walls properly fixed ? Is the gap between sill and aluminum window frame sealed with white cement / sealant. Are the door / windows shutters free from bend or any defect ?

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14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. E) 1. 2. 3. 4. F) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Is the whether shed properly provided to all external door / window with pani patti in plaster ? Is eye piece provided ? Check whether laminated sheet has been provided for bath / w.c. doors if so specified ? For protection from rainwater for terrace, door, check whether chajja is provided ? Are screws to all fittings provided ? Are tadipatti to door shutters fixed correctly for locking arrangement ? Cover molding patti to all door frames fixed or not with proper corner finishing and painting ? Is finishing of lipping patti to door shutter proper with respect to joints ? Are the hinges of windows, free and out of plaster of window jam ? Are you sure that no windows / door shutter is touching to chajja / loft plaster. Is the rubber gattu fixed sturdy with 7 cm screw each ? Are all the doors fittings clean and free from screws each ? LOFTS : Are the lofts finished by I.P.S. from top ? Are the ceilings and walls around loft properly painted and finished ? Is the loft properly cleaned and no rabit / debris left out ? Is the finished thickness of loft maintained all over ? PLUMBING AND SANITATION : Are all fixtures like bibtaps, mixers etc fixed properly and at proper height from floor level. Is there any leakage from taps / other c.p. fixtures / Is there proper pressure to all the taps ? Is there half turn cock or flush tank operating properly ? Is there continuous flow of water through w.c. when half turn cycle or flush tank is kept open. Is P trap of w.c. properly cleaned to be without any lump. Is there continuous flow of water without any chock-up through nahani trap when tested for at least 5 minutes. A check for finishing of watta below nahani trap cover. Is the hot / cold operation proper. Are boiler connections properly plugged, non leaking & easy to remove ? Is the low level flushing water tank operation of commode proper ? Is the seat cover of commode fixed properly and cleaned ? Check whether provision for soap dish mode ? Are the mirror over w.h.b. and tile dado filled with sealant ? Is height of mirror (Bottom) 1.25 m from toilet floor ? Is proper cleaning done for all sanitary fixtures ? Are the brackets of basin painted with oil paint ?

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17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. G) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. H) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Are open GI pipe connected to w.c. painted ? Is basin and counter if any fitted properly ? is the sturdy ? Are all the sanitary fittings in proper condition without any leakage or crack ? Are the CI or PVC lines (7.5 cm / 10 cm) found leak proof when tested for at least 15 min. with continue water flow ? Is the fixing of GI / CI / a.c. or PVC lines inline and proper clamping ? Are you sure there is no chock-up in the drainage chamber ? Are the main inlet and outlet GI lines of water tanks leak proof ? Is the white cement filled between w.h.p. and wall smooth, without ay crack. Is PVC outlet pipe for w.h.b and kitchen sink fixed properly ? Is there any convention marked for municipal water tap and wash water tap and also respectively GI pipes with colour bads. ELECTRIFICATION : Is the individual meter allotted to flat ? Is the main switch fixed in meter cabinet ? Is there any testing report of electrical points given by electrical contractor ? Are all the kitkat / fuses fitted properly ? Are all electrical switches working properly ? Is the earthing connection tested for working condition ? Are all the fan hooks in fan boxes ? Are all the switch boards fitted in line and level ? Is the position and quality of electrical points as per working drawings ? Are all extra amenities provided as per customer changes ? Is the colour of switches and accessories same as provided initially ? Are the battens / casing capping in perfect line and right angles ? Are the wires on batten fixed with proper clipping ? Are you sure there is no gap between wall and batten ? Are you sure that no screw is left from boards / switches / plugs etc ? Is the type of bell same as approved initially ? All the fittings fixed on board are inline and level or not ? PAINTING : Is the painting properly done for walls and ceiling ? Is the oil painting done properly for doors and windows ? Are all the windows glasses cleaned by painter / Are all the door / windows fixtures cleaned by painter ? Is the painting done on lofts ? Are all the paint stains cleaned properly ? Are all painting of battens / wires done properly throughout ?

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I) 1. 2. 3. 4.

MISCELLANEOUS : Is the letter box with owners name provided ? Are the keys for all doors and letter box tagged and their numbers recorded ? Is the flat number displayed on electrical meter ? Is the electrical meter number and initial reading recorded ?

SALES EXECUTIVE AT SITE SIGN & DATE CERTIFICATE TO, THE DIRECTOR __________________

SITE IN-CHARGE SIGN & DATE

I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT FLAT NO. IN BUILDING NO ................. AT PROJECT .. IS HANDED OVER TO ME, INCLUDING OF ALL CONTRACT AMENMENTS AND IS TO THE SATISFACTION OF MYSELF. I HAVE NO COMPLAINT WHATSOEVER ABOUT ANYTHING IN THIS MATTER.

NAME OF SALES EXECUTIVE (SIGN & DATE) PASSENGER LIFT Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

NAME OF THE FLAT OWNER (SIGN & DATE) CL 45

Lift pit and lift shaft size as per lift manufacturers specifications and the work order. Waterproofing to the lift pit and top of the machine room slab. Size of the shaft, size of the all door openings, floor levels and height of machine room as per manufacturers requirements. Cleaning of lift pit, ducts and shafts. All material produced is as per the specifications. (Refer work order) Angels and channels in the lift shaft / duct. Fixing of template.

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8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

21. 22. 23. 24.

Scaffolding is made in the lift shaft is steardy and approved by the lift erector. Electrical cabling and light points in shaft as per manufacturers requirement. All the door frames (except ground floor) are fixed in the plumb line fixed by the erector. Rope hole in the bottom slab of machine room and pockets are made in the side walls for clamping of angles. Grouting of brackets and check rigidity. Whitewash in the lift shaft. For the machine room a) I.P.S. flooring b) Ventilation and Exhaust fan. c) Shutter fixing d) Painting of machine room. e) Provide electrical points as per manufacturers requirement. Angles (rails) fixing and roping. Machine of the lift is fixed with proper bolting, grouting, and anti vibration pads are fixed below it. Flooring in the landing is done as per levels fixed previously and slope of the flooring is away from the lift. Button box holes are marked and made properly. Ensure three phase meter exclusively for lift. Ensure the safety arrangement as a) Ladder for pit. b) Weld mesh guard to the motor. c) Weld mesh guard to the window to avoid entry of the birds. d) All safety indicators working properly. e) Effectiveness of electrical switches. f) Emergency key operations. g) Instruction plates for the usefulness of the passengers guidance. h) Earthing done properly. Ensure while the trial run of the lift that there are no jerks and sudden stops, floor levels matching to lift level at all floors. Ensure about the guarantee period and certification from P.W.D. Instructions for users from manufacturer should be displayed inside lift cabin. Maintenances : a) Ensure local agency for A.M.C. with full address, telephone numbers of contractor and engineer. b) Frequency of Maintenance. c) Lubrication of wire ropes and guide rails. d) Levels of machine oil. e) Greasing to the motor. f) Cleaning of all the equipment.

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g) Adjustment in electrical circuits, leading gate locks, lift car switches etc. h) Inspection of hoist way switches. Records : Lift manufacturers name, address, telephone numbers. Site representative attending the job. Lift erection period lift handling over date. Lift inspection report.

FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

CL 46

The capacity of U.G.W.T. and O.H.W.T. with provision in that for fire fighting storage. Other requirement as per municipal authorities in provisional N.O.C. Authorized agency for fire fighting installation work. Quality of material supplied by the contractor refers work order. Civil work like excavation, making holes to the bricks, wall, concrete and refinishing of the same is done properly as per the requirements of working agency. Scaffolding fixed in such a way that no work in fire fighting is disturbed. Testing done before inspection by Municipal authorities. All G.I. / M.S. pipe line for straightness, level plumb, etc for perfect ness. G.I. / M.S. line painted in red colour. Check all required electrical connections are provided and are in working condition. Check that all fire extinguishers are working and installed at proper location.

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12.

Fire hydrant located is easily accessible.

ROAD WORK

CL 47

Check List : A) GENERAL : 1. Approved cross-section for road work. 2. Demarcation of road on the layout plan and type of road to be provided. Distinguish roads, ramps, open parking areas, paving etc. 3. Preparation of longitudinal and cross-section of the existing ground level with respect to TBM 4. Decide the layers in foundation (subgrade) and base course and wearing surface thickness ( for bituminous road 2 and for concrete road min 4 ) 5. Decide the formation level with respect to plinth of buildings and approach road. 6. Balancing of cutting and filling area. 7. Decide the longitudinal slope, camber, super elevation etc. B) 1. 2. 3. 4. C) 1. 2. SUB GRADE : Initial ground level. Excavated final ground level. Murrum filling in layers and rolling by 8 to 10 ton roller. Record final sub grade levels. BASE COURSE : By Soling Record initial levels laid. Ensure the pipes are laid for cross-drain, electrical, drainage, water line and any other service line.

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. D) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. E) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. F) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. G) 1. 2. 3.

Soling with stone laid on their edges and chips filled in voids properly of minimum 9 thickness. Width of soling 100 more than the width of road. Rolling of the road by 8 to 10 ton roller. Record final formation levels. Soling and WBM should be completed minimum 2 months before for concrete roads. BITUMINOUS ROAD (ON BASE COURSE) : Record initial levels. Spreading the grit as per specification. Proper slope, gradient, camber. Decide grouting pattern (semi grout, full grout) and weight of bitumen per square meter area. Ensure spreading of grit when bitumen is hot. Ensure the compaction by roling. Final levels. TACK COAT, CARPET AND SEAL COAT (ON BASE COURSE) : Record initial levels. Decide weight of bitumen / sq.m. to be used. Mixing of 20 mm & 12 mm metal with bitumen. Spreading the mixture in uniform thickness. Rolling when mix is hot. Same procedure is to be adopted for seal coat (metal size smaller ) Record final level. CONCRETE ROAD (ON BASE COURSE) : Initial level about base course. Drawings showing layout of slabs panels, expansion joints, construction joints. Proper cleaning. Channel thickness to match concrete thickness. Grade of concrete / mix design. Concreting in alternate bays. Area of each bay not to exceed 36 sq.meter. Filler for expansion joints. Needle vibrator and screed vibrator. Mechanical trovelling and vacuum dewatering. Broom finish. Curing by ponding for minimum 10 days. Filling bitumen 25 mm thick and deep in joints Provision for speed breakers. PAVING BLOCKS : Approved drawings. Levels to be decided. Pattern of fixing to be decided.

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4. H) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Block fixed in proper line, level and pattern. STORM WATER SYSTEM : Approved drawings. Ensure that the storm water drain is not connected to sewage line in any case. Ensure that no turbulence is created at junctions. Periodic cleaning / Pre monsoon precautions. Consumption Statement

Records :

LANDSCAPE WORKS Check List : 1. 2.

CL 48

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Latest approved layout of total landscape works from landscape consultant and parent architect. For location and size of building and structures as Club House, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Garden, Library Hall, Gymnasium, Other Games, Childrens Park, Entrance Gate, Open Parking Place, Plantation refer to approved detail drawings of landscape of landscape consultants and RCC Civil construction works to be completed with reference to other check list of construction activities. Work order for specialized equipment along with, manufacturers specification, catalogues. Work order for horticulture contractor, his scope of work, schedule of completion. Arrangement for cutting, developing, manufacturing and watering of plants, lawns, and shrubs area. Maintainace contracts for swimming pools water purification plants play game equipment, gymnasium equipment etc. Consumption Statement

Records :

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CLEANING OF WATER TANK Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

CL - 49

Empty the water tank before starting any work. Arrange scraping by wire brush on the internal wall surface of the tank. Spray the liquid, bleaching with water by jet gun. Clean the entire tank surface by using water twice and then ensure there is no wash water inside. Ensure there is no foreign particle inside the tank and then clear the tank for use. Ensure that the person who is cleaning the tank uses the rubber gloss during the cleaning. Enter the details of work done along with date and time in the water tank cleaning register. A.M.C. may be given to approved agency. Water tank cleaning register.

Records :

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CLEANING OF DRAIN LINE Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

CL - 50

Ensure that the person who is cleaning the drainage line uses the rubber gloss, mask & helmet. Chamber to chamber cleaning by using steel rod. Ensure that the chamber should be cleaned by wire brush & hand broom. Clean the entire tank surface by using water twice and then ensure there is no wash water inside. Ensure that this procedure follows quarterly every year. A.M.C. may be given to approved agency. Drain Line Cleaning register.

Records :

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COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL OF DRY GARBAGE / WET GARBAGE Check List : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

CL - 51

For 100 kg wet garbage per day (approximately half kg / family / day), construct 7 bins of size 8 x 4 x 26 (plastering is optional) over ground level along suitable part of the compound wall. Bins should be marked Monday, Tuesday,.. for efficient disposal. Spread broken piece of bricks evenly at bottom of bins. On the layer of bricks spread coconut fiber, dry leaves. Instruct every flat owner to collect wet and dry garbage in separate bags or buckets. Ensure that the person is appointed for collecting wastage from every house. Ensure that the person collects wet and dry garbage separately. Spread wet garbage inside bin (of respective day) Sprinkle rock-dust on it. On these layers sprinkle vermi ++ Biosanitizer (Biosanitizer is an enzyme used to process biodegradable waste in simple and efficient manner). Cover it with thin layer of garden waste. Sprinkle Sujala Biosanitizer water with a watering can evenly over entire bins. (Packet of Sujala Biosanitizer to be left in watering can permanently) Repeat the process in the next bin for next day. Spread the waste wet in every day in the respective bin only, but every day sprinkle Sujala Biosanitizer water in all bins. Ensure that the dry wastage is separate like paper and plastic for recycling and remaining garbage dump into the PMC separate dust bin for dry garbage. Ensure that the PMC container comes and collects all the wastage and dump into the depot everyday. A.M.C. may be given to approved agency. Waste Collecting Register.

Records :

LIFT MAINTENANCE Check List :

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1. 2. 3.

Ensure the annual maintenance contract is done. Ensure that the quarterly servicing is done for each lift. Ensure that the inspection of lift machine like (oil, breaks, setting & etc) is done time to time. Lift Maintenance Register.

Records :

WORKING AND MAINTENANCE OF FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENTS Check List : 1. Ensure that OHWT capacity 10,000 liters serve for fire fighting.

CL 53

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2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

Ensure that UGWT capacity 50,000 liters serve for fire fighting if applicable. Ensure that 4 dia pipeline for each building in each one main valve & NRV at OHWT & 3 HP with back up pump is connected to the line. Hydrant valve with lugs for every floor to attach delivery hose & branch pipe fire alarm system with control panel pill box & siren at ground floor. Ensure that the oiling to lungs assembly, Female coupling hydrant Spindles, Gate Valves Spindle & pump checking for inner gaskets of hydrant valve & coupling. Ensure that the Portable extinguisher for each building servicing fire extinguisher quarterly done and yearly refilling and demonstration before refilling. Ensure that Fire Drill System is done quarterly. Fire Fighting Maintenance Register.

Records :

CLANING SWIMMING POOL Check List : 1. 2. 3.

CL 54

Ensure display of instructions for use to maintain hygienic condition of swimming pool. Ensure that the water sample is tested by test kit from pool for Ph & Chlorine content. Ph = 7.6 > 7.2 & Chlorine = 2.00 > 1.5 Ensure that the materials for cleaning swimming pool are Chlorine = TCC Granules, Alum = Normal Powder or Cubs,

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4. 5. 6. 7.

Hypo (liquid chlorine) = 12 %, Cooper Sulphate = Granules. Ensure that the brushing is done to bottom of pool and all impurities are collected to deep end of pool. Ensure that the trolley pump section is done & outlet is connected to overflow trap which goes to filtration plant & all impurities are collected in filtration plant & clean water goes to pool. Ensure that the back wash is done to filtration plant & filter is cleaned. Ensure that the Risen of filter is done. Dose for cleaning : Chlorine = 250 gm per day, Alum = 1.5 to 2.0 kg per four day, Hypo = 7 lit. Per day, C.S. = 1 kg per 15 days. Swimming Pool Cleaning Register.

Records :

SAFETY MEASURES AT SITE A) i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. B) i. ii. Following type of accidents may occur at site. Falling down, Slipping from height. Falling of material from top. Fire Structural Collapse. Electrical Shocks. Any other injuries.

CL 55

Why accidents occur ? No use of Safety tools i.e. Helmets, Safety Belts, Safety Shoes, Hand Glows, Goggles, Safety Nets, etc Not following of safety instructions.

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iii. iv. C) i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. D) i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x.

Electricity misuse. Negligence & Ignorance in following general safety rules First Aid First Aid kit should be readily available. Administration of First-Aid. Information to ambulance. Shifting to nearby hospital. Information to corporate office. Information to other concerned agency. Police, Fire Brigade etc Following Corrective/Preventive Actions should be initiated by Project In-Charge Proper training for all Contractors / Supplier have to be properly educated about safety. Mock-Drills to be regularly conducted. E.P.R. team to be alert at all times. Role of Security Supervisor is to make people use safety tools. All are informed about the importance of safety and basic safety safe practices. Contractors / Suppliers are educated about importance of safety. Fire-Fighting equipments should be available at site and should be regularly checked. Electrical overloading or unauthorized connections should be avoided. Avoid working in night time. CL - 56

RAIN WATER HARVESTING

Due to unlimited use, sub-soil water level decreased. Due to building, roads, footpaths and concreting deposition of rain water to subsoil water is reduced. To reinstate this water bank rain water harvesting is absolutely necessary. This can be done by a) Percolation Pit Method : Constructed in the open space at required intervals Size : 1 m x 1 m x 1.5 m Filled with broken bricks / pebbles. Suitable for sandy sub-soil area. One unit for 250 sq.ft. area (approximately)

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b)

Bore Well Method : Roof top rain. Water may also be diverted to a bore well. A settlement / filter tank of required size to be provided. Overflow water may be diverted to a percolation pit nearby. Recharge through bore well is less effective than open wells. Defunct bore wells may also be used.

c)

Open Well Method : Rain water from the terrace is diverted to the existing open well using PVC pipes through a filter chamber. The minimum size of filter chamber is 2 x 2 x 2 filled with broken bricks in the bottom and sand on the top.

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The chamber may be covered with RCC slab

d)

Recharge Well Method (Shallow / Small) : Meant for large areas with heavy run-off Size : 300 diameter with 50 100 depth. Constructed with Brick / Concrete rings. Side walls must be perforated. Bottom (10) is filled with brickbats. Covered with RCC slab / manhole. Suitable for sandy sub-soil area.

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Note : 1. For area with clay / hard formations recharge wells with diameter (50) / depth (100 150) has to be constructed. 2. Run-off water diverted through a filter media preferably. 3. One wall is sufficient for areas with one ground extent. 4. Rainwater from the open spaces may be diverted through mall trenches.

e)

Recharge trench with bore method : Along the recharge trench boreholes has to be drilled. Borehole interval, 100 150 Suitable for clay area.

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Notes : 1. Above structures are meant for area with large catchments like Apartments / Big Complexes. 2. RCC slab cover is optional. 3. Top (100) portion may be filled with sand. f) Recharge Trench Method : Similar to recharge pit but longitudinal in shape. Size : 0.5 1.0 m wide / 1.0 1.5 m depth. Length may vary from 1.0 m 5.0 m Filled with broken bricks / pebbles. Suitable for sandy sub-soil area.

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g)

Percolation Pit with Bore Method : A borehole is to be drilled at the bottom of the percolation pit. Bore hole size 150 300 mm diameter with 100 -150 depth. (approx.) Filled with broken bricks / pebbles. Suitable for clay area. Note : 1. Above structures are meant for area with small catchments like individual houses. 2. RCC slab cover is optional. 3. Top (100) portion may be filled with sand. HANDLING, STORAGE AND

PRESERVATION A) 1. For Cement, Lime, Sanla : 6 raised platform.

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. B) 1. 2. C) 1. 2. D) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. E) 1. 2. 3. F) 1. 2. 3. G) 1. 2. 3.

Water tight compartment with minimum ventilation. First in first out should be followed. Date of receipt to be displayed to avoid storage beyond one month. Maximum 10 bags should be stored in each stack. Separate stock for each brand stock position and tables. For Steel : To be stacked on concrete block in different diameter stacks, diameter wise stock and labels. Steel yard should have proper Access / Space for Vehicles, Fitters movement. For Sand, Metal, Dust, Grit, Bricks, Concrete Blocks : All above material should be stacked separately with avoiding direct contact with soil. Should be stacked systematically for easy use and minimizes wastage. For Door Frames and Shutters : Store in water tight compartment and lockable arrangement with firm and leveled platform. Stack the material in different sizes and not more than 10 nos in each stack Wooden door frames shall be applied Black Japan on top and side and primer for inside surface. Door Frame should be stacked in vertical manner and shutter in horizontal manner. Stock position, Size wise, Labels. For Door Fittings, C.P. Fittings, Sanitary ware, Plumbing Material : Store in Lockable arrangement and free from dampness. Fittings should be store in racks in cupboards. To avoid accidental breakages store in separate places. For Rolling Shutter, Aluminum Window, MS Grill, MS Window, Wooden Panels : Store in water tight components with lockable arrangement. Stack in such a manner to avoid bends, scratches and breakages. Material wise labels For Flooring Material : Should be stacked on leveled floor with locking arrangement and free from dampness. Store separately, Quality Wise, Colour wise, Size wise Store position and labels.

Note : All rejected materials should be kept separately with identification tags.

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Records : 1. 2. 3. All material inward and outward registers. Identification marks as per each consignment. Physical stock verification at every month end.

SAMPLING PLAN
Sr. No. 1 Material Cement Frequency Every truck load Sampling Plan 01 bag for every 100 bags. Random selection 03 nos of 1 m length cut piece for each dia of Reference / Criteria For all criterias given in field test. Format MT-01 For all criterias given in field test. Format MT-02 Remarks Instructions for use of specific brand of cement to be obtained from purchase dept.. If fields test results are not satisfactory send the samples for Laboratory test with

Tor-steel

For each delivery & every dia of steel, if wt

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Binding Wire Bricks

of each dia is 500 kg Every Delivery Every truck load

steel received. 01 bundle

03 bricks for every 1000 nos random selection

For all criterias given in field test. Format MT-03 For all criterias given in field test. Format MT8

the approval of purchase department ----

Sand

Every truck load

Sample from central part of the truck. Random selection Sample from central part of truck

For all criterias given in field test. Format MT-04

Stone Metal

Every truck load

For all criterias given in field test. Format MT-05 For all criterias given in field test. Format MT-09 Reference / Criteria For all criterias given in field test Format MT-19

Sanla

Every delivery

01 bag for every 50 bags. Random selection Sampling Plan 05 tiles from each Random selection.

Sr. No . 8

Material Ceramic / Glazed Tiles

Frequency Every delivery / 2 boxes for each 150 boxes for each brand & for each size. Every Delivery

If supplier and source is same for more than one truck load in a single day, then sampling from one truck load is enough. If supplier and source is same for more than one truck load in a single day, then sampling from one truck load is enough. If supplier & source is same for more than one truck load in a single day, then sampling from one truck load is enough. If supplier & source is same for more than one truck load in a single day, then sampling from one truck load is enough. Remarks As per sample approved by Purchase Department

Kota / Kadappa/ Tandur/ Granite/ Marble

Each Piece

For all criterias given in field test. Format MT-20

As per sample approved by Purchase Department

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10

Mosaic Tiles & Chequered Tiles M.S. Door Frame Timber / Wood Flush Doors Rolling Shutter

Every Delivery

11

Every Delivery Every Delivery Every Delivery Every Delivery

05 tiles from every 100 numbers. Random selection. Each Frame

For all criterias given in field test. Format MT-18 As specified in work order & criterias given in field test. For all criterias given in field test. Format MT-21 For each criteria given in field test Format MT-07 As specified in work order& criterias in field test Format MT-12 As specified in work order & criterias given in field test. Format MT-13

As per sample approved by Purchase Department ----

12

Each member Each Shutter

----

13

----

14

Each Shutter

----

15

Aluminum windows & doors

Every flat and common area

One piece of each section used, including glass & gasket

As per sample approval by purchase department.

RECEIVING, INSPECTION AND TESTING : CEMENT Sr. No. 1 2 Field Test Details Grade and Brand FRESHNESS TEST a) Manufacturing date from the date of manufacture. Older than 90 days should not be used. b) Lump Test FINENESS TEST a) Feeling the fineness after rubbing in the fingures. b) When hand immersed in the bag FLOATING TEST

FT - 01 Required Result

33 / 43 / 53 Grade as indented of approved brand. Printed Week, Month and Year No lump should be present. Should feel silky Should feel hot / warm. Should float on water before sinking

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5 6

TYPE OF BAG HANDLING & STORAGE

Jute / Polythene / Paper Bag a) Should be stacked / stored on raised platform b) Flooring should be damp proof c) First in first out should be followed. d) Max 10 bags should be stored in each stack e) Receipt date of cement should be displayed. f) Period of storage : Ensure use within 3 months avoid storage more than 2 months.

RECEIVING, INSPECTION AND TESTING : STEEL Sr. No. 1. Field Test Details TYPE OF STEEL a) Tor Steel b) Mild Steel COLOUR WEIGHT PER METER LENGTH a) 6 mm diameter bar b) 8 mm diameter bar c) 10 mm diameter bar d) 12 mm diameter bar e) 16 mm diameter bar f) 20 mm diameter bar RUSTING DIAMETER BENDING TEST FOR HARDNESS IF FELT NECESSARY

FT -02 Required Results

2 3

As indented Tor/CTD/Round bars, J round bars, TMT Steel Gray Criteria for Acceptance Weight = 2% tolerance

4 5 6

SHOULD NOT BE FOUND AS PER INDENT IT SHOULD BEND SMOOTHLY & SHOULD NOT DEVELOP ANY CRACK

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WHILE BENDING

RECEIVING, INSPECTION AND TESTING : BINDING WIRE Sr. No. 1 2 Field Test Details GUAGE OF WIRE BENDING TEST FOR HARDNESS

FT 03 Required Results

AS INDENTED (NORMAL GUAGE 17 S.W.G.) SHOULD BE SOFT FOR TWISTING

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION AND TESTING : SAND (FINE AGRREGATE) Sr. No. 1 2 3 Field Test Details SILT CONTENT TYPE OF SAND ORGANIC IMPURITIES

FT 04 Required Results

STORAGE HANDLING

IT SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 7% BY VOLUME COARSE OR FINE SHOULD BE WITHIN LIMITS & SHOULD BE IDENTIFIED BY VISUALISATION (SUCH AS MIXED QUALITY OF SHELU/SHINGLE & OTHERS) 1) AREA TO BE MARKED FOR STORING TO ENABLE TRACEABILITY AFTER CONSUMPTION 2) DIRECT CONTACT OF MATERIALS WITH SOIL AVOIDED. 3) STORED FOR EASY ACCESS FOR CONSUMPTION.

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION AND TESTING : STONE METAL ( COARSE AGGREGATE ) Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 Field Test Details SHAPE SIZE QUALITY OF STONE STORAGE HANDLING

FT 05 Required Result

ANGULAGE NOT FLACKY, HARD AS PER INDENT BLACKISH / GREY AND HARD 1) AREA TO BE MARKED FOR STORING TO ENABLE TRACEABILITY AFTER CONSUMPTION. 2) DIRECT CONTACT OF MATERIALS WITH SOIL AVOIDED 3) STORED FOR EASY ACCESS FOR CONSUMPTION.

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : MURRUM Sr. No. 1 2 3 Field Test Details QUALITY SIZE HARDNESS

FT 06 Required Result

IT SHOULD NOT GET MUDDY SHOULD BE ACCEPTABLE PARTICLE SHOULD BE HARD ENOUGH

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : FLUSH DOOR Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Field Test Details TYPE BONDING MATERIAL DEFECTS EDGES STIRAGE AND HANDLING

FT 07 Required Result

SOLID CORE / BOILING WATERPROOF PHENOL BONDED FREE FROM BEND, TWISTING & WARPING SHOULD BE SHARP, STRAIGHT AND NO DAMAGES IN TOP LAYER 1) FLOOR TO BE DAMP PROOF 2) SHOULD BE PLACED HORIZONTALLY 3) ROOF SHOULD BE LEAK PROOF 4) STORED IN LOCKABLE ARRANGEMENT

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : BRICKS Sr. No. 1 2 Field Test Details COLOUR SIZE & MARK 1) ORDINARY BRICK 2) THOKLA / GATTU BRICK FROG WATER ABSORPTION SOUNDNESS OVERBURNT BRICKS BROKEN BRICKS STRENGHT STORAGE & HANDLING

FT 08 Required Result

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

REDDISH AND UNIFORM AS PER REQUIREMENT 225 X 100 X 80 MM TOLERANCE 5MM 225 X 150 X 100 MM TOLERANCE 5MM SHOULD NOT BE LESS THAN 1 CM & SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 2 CM SHOULD BE BETWEEN 25 % TO 30 % BT WEIGHT SHOULD GIVE CLEAR METTALIC SOUND SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 5 % SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 5 % SHOULD NOT BREAK WHEN THROWN TO THEIR FLAT FACE FROM A HEIGHT OF 60 CM (24) 1) AREA TO BE MARKED FOR EASY TRACEABILITY AFTER CONSUMPTION 2) BRICKS SHOULD NOT BE THROWN 3) STACKED FOR EASY COUNTING 4) GROUND TO BE FAIRLY LEVELLED 5) STACKING SHALL BE DONE IN SUCH A PLACE WHERE DEBRIS, SCRAP, THROWN FROM THE BUILDING DOES NOT FALL ON THE STACK.

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : INSTANT SANLA Sr. Field Test Results

FT 09 Required Results

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 6

COLOUR STRENGTH CONSISTENCY FRESHNESS WEIGHT OF BAG STORAGE / HANDLING

EVEN & UNIFORM (PINKISH OR WHITE), BRAND AS PER ORDER IT SHOULD HARDEN WITHIN 12 HOURS AFTER APPLICATION ON WALLS. IT SHOULD BE CONSISTENT & CAN BE JUDGE BY VISUAL OBSERVATION. NO LUMPS SHOULD BE OBSERVED AS PER ORDER 1) SHOULD BE STORED ON RAISED PLATFORM 2) ROOFS & FLOORING SHOULD BE WATERPROOF 3) STACKED IN LOCKABLE ARRANGEMENT

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : M.S. WINDOWS Sr. No. 1 Field Test Results A) CHECK FOR SECTION

FT 10 Required Results

TRADE MARK EMBOSSED ON SECTION AT EVERY LENGTH @ 12 / 18 METER.

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B) WEIGHT OF SECTION 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ACCESSRIES PROVIDED CHECK WINDOW FOR DIAGONAL SIZE / PLUMB CHECK RED OXIDE & WELDING OVERALL FINISHING QUALITY OPENING OF SHUTTERS / LOUVERS LOCKING SYSTEM TOWER BOLTS HINGES STORAGE / HANDLING

AHEMDABAD SECTIONS STANDARD WEIGHTS AS PER ORDER BOTH DIAGONALS SHOULD BE SAME & CORRECT. RED OXIDE SHOULD BE UNIFORM OVER WELD PORTION TO BE GRINDED. AS PER ORDER AS PER ORDER BOX TYPE, SMOOTH WORKING 1) STACKED AT AN ANGLE TO THE WALL 2) FLOOR & ROOF TO BE LEAK PROOF TO AVOID RUSTING 3) TO BE LOCKED WITH M.S. CHAIN 4) STAYS AND HANDLES TO BE STORED SEPERATELY.

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : GLASS FIXING Sr. No. 1 2 3 Field Test Details CHECK OVERALL SIZE, THICKNESS & TYPE OF GLASS CHECK FOR WAVYNESS, CRACKS, CAVITY CHECK FOR STRAIGHTNESS & RIGHT

FT - 11 Required Results

AS PER ORDER SHOULD BE FREE FROM ALL DEFECTS SHOULD BE PERFECT

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4 5 6 7

ANGLES SCRATCHES CHECK FOR OVERALL FIXING WORK CHECK FOR PUTTI / GLAZING CLIP TOLERANCE FOR THICKNESS BETWEEN 4 MM TO 7 MM THICK GLASS SHEET

NO SCRATCHES SHOULD BE RIGID AND WELL PACKED ALLROUND AS PER ORDER / UNIFORM FIXING OF CLIP AT REQUIRED SPACING =1%

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : ROLLING SHUTTERS Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Field Test Details TYPE OF SHUTTER GUAGE OF BOTTOM LOCK PLATE & LOCKING ARRANGEMENT TYPE OF SECTION USED FOR LATHS WITH GUAGE CHECK SHUTTER LATHS IN 30 CMS LENGTHS TOP COVER IN ONE PIECE WITH CENTRALLY SUPPORTED

FT 12 Required Results

PULL AND PUSH TYPE / GEAR TYPE AS PER ORDER 18/20 GUAGE OR SHOULD BE AS PER ORDER. 4 TO 4 NUMBERS IN ONE PIECE OF 20/22 GUAGE

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6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

PLATE & ITS GUAGE BALL BEARING & SPRING M.S. PIPE SHAFT DIAMETER BRACKET PLATES & GUIDE RAIL STOPPER ON EACH SIDE HANDLE HOLD FAST AT EQUAL DISTANCE RED OXIDE EXTRA LOCIKING ARRANGEMENT OVERALL FINISHNG / FIXING GREASING FOR SPRINGS AND GUIDE

CHECK FOR SMOOTH OPERATION MINIMUM 40 MM AS PER ORDER AS PER ORDER 2 NOS RIVETTED OR AS PER ORDER 30 CM IN LENGTH & 3 NOS ON EACH SIDE OR AS PER ORDER UNIFORM ON COAT 1 NO IN CENTER AS PER ORDER SHOULD BE GOOD LOCKING OPERATION SUFFICIENT FOR EASY AND SMOOTH OPERATION

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : ALUMINUM WINDOWS Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Field Test Details SIZE DIAGONAL AND PLUMB SECTION / ACCESSORIES USED FOR TRACK, SHUTTER, INTER LOCKING ETC ASSEMBLY CHECK FOR ACCESSORY POSITION & RUBBER / PVC PACKING FOR GLASS CHECK FOR QUALITY OF GLASS ANNODISING / COLOUR OF POWDER COATING MAKE ALUNIMUM SECTION USED

FT 13 Required Result

AS PER DRAWING / INDENT SHOULD BE PERFECT AS PER ORDER SHOULD BE PROPER WITH SCREW AS PER ORDER AS PER ORDER AS PER ORDER AS PER ORDER

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9 10 11 12 13

SLIDING OF GLASS PANELS SCRATCHES / BENDS / CRACKS IF ANY PROVISION OF FLY PROOF SHUTTER PROVISION OF DRAIN HOLES IN WINDOW BOTTOM CHANNEL STORAGE / HANDLING

ON ROLLERS & SMOOTH FREE FROM ALL DEFECTS AS PER ORDER ENSURE NO STAGNATION OF WATER 1) STACKED PROPERLY 2) FREE FRO DAMPNESS & LEAKAGES 3) STORE IN LOCKABLE AREA 4) IN COUNTABLE POSITION

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : PLUMBING G.I. PIPES & FITTINGS Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Field Test Details CLASS DEFECTS LENGTH & SIZE PIPE DIA. & WEIGHT PIPE FITTINGS STORAGE & HANDLING Required Results

FT 14

SEE COLOUR BAND FOR B OR C CLASS REFER ORDER FREE FROM ANY CRACKS STANDARD LENGTH & DIA. AS PER CLASS OF PIPE ALL ISI MARKS G.I. PIPES : 1) STORED IN STEEL RACK DIAWISE / CLASSWISE 2) THREADED ENDS OF GI PIPES TO BE PROPERLY PROTECTED. 3) TO BE STACKED IN COUNTABLE POSITION G.I. PIPES FITTINGS : STORED IN WOODEN RACKS. (PIGEON HOLE TYPE DIAMETERWISE, PROPERLY CLASSIFIED LIKE ELBOW, TEE, ETC)

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : PLUMBING C.I PIPES & FITTINGS Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Field Test Details CLASS DEFECTS FROM INSIDE PIPE FITTINGS LENGTH & SIZE REFER ORDER STORAGE & HANDLING

FT 15 Required Results

SEE IS 1230-1979 MARK FOR RW PIPE & IS 1729-1979 MARK FOR SOIL PIPE. PIN HOLES / ROUGH SURFACE VERY SMOOTH SURFACE FROM INSIDE / CHECK MATCHING WITH PIPES. STANDARD LENGTHS & DIA. STORED IN STACKS HORIZONTALLY, DIAWISE SEPERATELY ON WOODEN MEMBERS.

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : PLUMBING PVC PIPES & FITTING Sr. No. 1 Field Test Details CLASS Required Results

FT 16

2 3

DEFECTS PIPE FITTINGS

4 5

LENGTH & SIZE REFER ORDER STORAGE & HANDLING

MEDIUM (FOR PRESSURE 4 KG PER SQ.M.) HEAVY (FOR PRESSURE 6 KG PER SQ.M.) SHOULD BE FREE FROM CRACKS, BEND, PIN HOLES VERY SMOOTH SURFACE FROM INSIDE. NO BUR FROM INSIDE. CHECK JOINTING SYSTEM FOR USING LUBRICANT, RUBBER RING & SOLUTION. STANDARD LENGTHS & DIA STORED IN PIGEON HOLE RACKS, DIAWISE, HORIZONTALLY WITH TAGS FITTINGS, LUBRICANTS, RUBBER RINGS / SOLUTION VERY CAREFULLY

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : HUME PIPES Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 Field Test Results LENGTH & SIZE TYPE CLASS CLASS PIPES DEFECTS

FT 17 Required Results

STORAGE & HANDLING

LENGTH & DIA AS PER ORDER SPIGGOT END / COLLERED JOINT AS PER ORDER PRESSURE P1 / P2 ETC OR NON PRESSURE NP2 CLASS FOR GRAVITY FLOW WE USE NP2 SHAPE NOT EXACTLY CIRCULAR NO RINGING SOUND WHEN STUCK WITH LIGHT HAMMER CHECK DAMAGED ENDS & HOLES ON SURFACE. DIAWISE SEPERATELY ON WOODEN SLEEPERS HORIZONTALLY. AVOID ENDS ABUTTING EACH OTHER.

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : MOSAIC TILES Sr. No. 1 Field Test Result SIZE

FT 18 Required Result

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

COLOUR NO. OF CHIPS & ITS PROPORTION DIAGONAL OF TILE TOP LAYER THICKNESS WATER ABSORPTION TOP SURFACE & SHARPNESS OF EDGES CRACKS, CAVITIES IN THE TILE STORAGE / HANDLING

25 CM X 25 CM (10 x 10) 20 MM THK. 30 CM X 30 CM (12 x 12) 25 MM THK. GRAY / WHITE 0 TO 5 NOS SIZE OF CHIPS OR AS PER ORDER. BOTH DIAGONAL SHOULD BE PERFECT NOT LESS THAN 6 MM LESS THAN 10 % SHOULD BE SMOOTH WITH SHARP EDGES SHOULD BE FREE FROM ALL DEFECTS 1) STORED AGAINST THE WALL AT ANGLE. 2) LOT WISE STORING IS MAINTAINED 3) TO BE STACKED IN COVERED AREA & NOT EXPOSED TO SUN 4) STACKED PERIOD SHALL BE MINIMUM 5) ARRANGED COLOURWISE 6) FLOOR SHALL BE FREE FROM DAMPNESS

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING :

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CERAMIC / GLAZED TILES Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Field Test Details SIZE, COLOUR, QUALITY DIAGONAL OF TILE EDGES / RIGHT ANGLES EVENESS OF TOP LAYER STRAIGHTNESS OF TILES CRACKS / CAVITIES, HOLES CORNERS THICKNESS TOP FINISHING & GLAZE STORAGE / HANDLING Required Results

FT 19

AS PER ORDER BOTH DIAGONAL SHOULD BE PERFECT SHOULD BE CORRECT & PERFECT SHOULD BE SMOOTH & EVEN SHOULD BE STRAIGHT TOP LAYER SHOULD BE FREE FROM ANY DEFECTS SHOULD BE STRAIGHT & NOT BRACKEN NOT LESS THAN 5 MM UNIFORM & GOOD 1) STACKING DONE LOTWISE, COLOURWISE & SIZE WISE 2) FLOOR TO BE IN LEVEL 3) 1ST / PREMIUM & 2ND / COMMERCIAL QUALITY SHALL BE STACKED SEPERATELY. 4) STORED WITH LOCKING ARRANGEMENTS 5) FLOOR SHALL BE FREE FROM DAMPNESS

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : GRANITE/MARBLE/KOTAH/TANDOOR STONES Sr. No. Field Test Results Required Results

FT 20

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1 2 3

SIZE, COLOUR, QUALITY CHECK FOR POLISHING QUALITY & CUTTING EDGES / DIAGONAL

4 5 6 7

PERFORMANCE OF TOP LAYER STAIGHTNESS OF TILES THICKNESS STORAGE / HANDLING

SHOULD BE UNIFORM COLOUR, SIZE AS PER ORDER, SOUND & TOUGH ONE FACE SHOULD BE POLISHED WITH FOUR SIDE MACHINE CUT, REFER ORDER EDGES SHOULD BE STRAIGHT & AT RIGHT ANGLES TO EACH OTHER & DIAGONAL SHOULD BE PERFECT SHOULD BE FREE FROM CRACKS SHOULD BE STRAIGHT UNIFORM THICKNESS AS PER ORDER 1) FLOOR TO BE IN LEVEL 2) LOTWISE VERTICAL STACKING TO BE DONE.

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : WOOD/TIMBER/PLYWOOD/BLOCK BOARD/LAMINATE Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 Field Test Details TYPE OF WOOD WETNESS & SEASONING TEXTURE FREE FROM SPOTS Required Results

FT21

REFER ORDER AIR DRY & SEASINED WOOD UNIFORM SAPWOOD / OPEN SHAKES

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AREA OF KNOTS OF SURFACE AREA GRAINS

SPONGY HOLLOW CRACKS SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 15 % PARALLEL & NATURAL

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : SHINGLE Sr. No. 1 Field Test Results SIZE OF PARTICLES

FT 22 Required Results

100 % PASSING THROUGH 20 MM SIEVE PASSING THROUGH 10 MM SHOULD BE MORE THAN 80 % PASSING THROUGH 4.75 MM SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 30 % PASSING THROUGH 2.36 MM SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 10 %

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2 3

IMPURITIES STORAGE

SHOULD NOT CONTAIN MUD LUMPS CALCIUM, SHELLS SEPARATE CLEAN AREA AVOID DIRECT CONTACT WITH SOIL

RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : STONE DUST Sr. No. 1 Field Test Details SIZE OF PARTICLES

FT 23 Required Results

2 3

IMPURITIES STORAGE

PASSING THROUGH 4.75 MM & 2.36 MM SIEVE 100 % PASSING THROUGH 600 MICRON NOT MORE THAN 60 % PASSING THROUGH 150 MICRON NOT MORE THAN 20 % SHOULD NOT CONTAIN FLACKY PARTICLES SEPARATE CLEAN AREA. AVOID DIRECT CONTACT WITH SOIL

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : CRUSHED SAND Sr. No. 1 Field Test Details SIZE OF PARTICLES

FT 24 Required Results

2 3

IMPURITIES STORAGE

STANDARD GRADATION PASSING THROUGH 150 MICRON NOT MORE THAN 20 % PASSING THROUGH 75 MICRON NOT MORE THAN 15 % SHOULD NOT CONTAIN FLACKY PARTICLES SEPARATE CLEAN AREA. AVOID DIRECT CONTACT WITH SOIL

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION & TESTING : FLY ASH Sr. No. 1 2 3 Field Test Details SIZE AND PARTICLES IMPURITIES STORAGE

FT 25 Required Results

PASSING THROUGH 75 MICRON 90 % RETAINED ON 75 MICRON NOT MORE THAN 10 % SOURCE FROM STAGE 4 OR ABOVE FROM THERMAL PLANT SEPERATE CLEAN AREA AVOID DIRECT CONTACT WITH SOIL.

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION AND TESTING : FLY ASH BRICKS Sr. No. 1 2 Field Test Details COLOUR SIZE & MARK 1) ORDINARY BRICK 2) THOKLA / GATTU BRICK FROG WATER ABSORPTION BROKEN BRICKS STRENGHT

FT 26 Required Result

3 4 5 6

STORAGE & HANDLING

UNIFORM AS PER REQUIREMENT 230 X 100 X 80 MM TOLERANCE 5MM 230 X 150 X 100 MM TOLERANCE 5MM SHOULD NOT BE LESS THAN 1 CM & SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 2 CM SHOULD BE BETWEEN 15 % TO 20 % BT WEIGHT SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 1-2 % SHOULD NOT BREAK WHEN THROWN TO THEIR FLAT FACE FROM A HEIGHT OF 60 CM (24) ABOUT 12.5 N / MM2 AT 28 DAYS. 1) AREA TO BE MARKED FOR EASY TRACEABILITY AFTER CONSUMPTION

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2) BRICKS SHOULD NOT BE THROWN 3) STACKED FOR EASY COUNTING 4) GROUND TO BE FAIRLY LEVELLED. 5) STACKING SHALL BE DONE IN SUCH A PLACE WHERE DEBRIS, SCRAP, THROWN FROM THE BUILDING DOES NOT FALL ON THE STACK.

RECEIVING, INSPECTION AND TESTING : CITADEL BLOCKS Sr. No. 1 2 Field Test Details COLOUR SIZE & MARK

FT 27 Required Result

3 4 5

FROG BROKEN BRICKS STRENGTH

STORAGE & HANDLING

GREYISH WHITE AS PER REQUIREMENT 625 X 250 X 100 -300 MM (25 MM INCREMENT) TOLERANCE +/- 1.5 MM NOT REQUIRED SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 1-2 % SHOULD NOT BREAK WHEN THROWN TO THEIR FLAT FACE FROM A HEIGHT OF 60 CM (24) ABOUT 35.0-40.0 KG / CM2 1) AREA TO BE MARKED FOR EASY TRACEABILITY AFTER CONSUMPTION 2) GROUND TO BE PERFECTLY LEVELLED. 3) STACKING SHALL BE DONE IN SUCH A PLACE WHERE DEBRIS, SCRAP, THROWN FROM THE BUILDING DOES NOT FALL ON THE STACK. 4) SHOULD BE PROTECTED AGAINST RAIN FALL / SNOW

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FALL.

RECEIVING, INSPECTION AND TESTING : CPVC PIPES Sr. No. 1 2 3 Field Test Details SIZE DEFECTS PIPE FITTINGS

FT - 28 Required Result

STORAGE & HANDLING

DIAMETER OF PIPES & FITTINGS AS PER ORDER. SHOULD BE FREE FROM CRACKS, BEND, PIN HOLES SHOULD BE SMOOTH FROM INSIDE. CHECK FOR JOINING SYSTEM AND JOINING MATERIAL RECEIVED SHOULD BE STORED IN A RACK, DIAMETER-WISE. FITTINGS TO BE STORED DIAMETERWISE AND TYPEWISE SEPEARTELY. ALL MATERIALS TO BE PROPERLY TAGGED.

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RECEIVING, INSPECTION AND TESTING : R.C.C. DOOR FRAMES Sr. No. 1 Field Test Details APPEARANCE

MT 29 Required Result

SIZE AND SHAPE

FIXING ARRANGEMENT

STORAGE / HANDLING

ON UNPACKING NO CRACKS SHOULD BE FOUND AND ALL EDGES INTACT. ALSO CHECK NUT BOLTS FOR HOLD FAST FIXING. WIDTH AND HEIGHT OF DOOR FRAME AS PER ORDER. CROSS SECTION AS PER ORDER ON ASSEMBLY ALL SIDES SHOULD BE AT RIGHT ANGLES TO EACH OTHER. ARRANGEMENT FOR FIXING HINGES, HOLDFAST AND LOCKING ARRANGMENTS FOR ALL DOOR FITTINGS AS PER REQUIREMENTS TO BE STORED CAREFULLY ON LEVELLED GROUND, SEPERATE AS PER SIZE. TO BE STORED WITH LOCKING ARRANGEMENT

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DUROCRETE MIX DESIGN MANUAL What is Mix Design ? Like any structural member concrete needs to be designed for strength and workability. Mix design consists of determining relative quantities of cement sand, metal, water to achieve the desired strength & workability. Advantages of Mix Design 1. Mix design aims to achieve good quality concrete at site economically, quality concrete means. Better Strength Better Durability Dens & Homogeneous Concrete 2. Economy in Cement Consumption : It is possible to save upto 15 % of cement for M20 grade of concrete with the help of concrete mix design. Savings in cement consumption increases with the grade of concrete. Lower cement content also results in lower heat of hydration & reduces shrinkage cracks. Design Variables in Mix Design : A. Water Cement Ratio B. Cement Content C. Proportion of Fine & Coarse aggregate. D. Use of Admixtures. Water Cement Ratio Water cement ratio (W/C ratio) is the single most important factor governing the strength of concrete. Strength of concrete depends upon W/C ratio rather than the cement content. Higher the water cement ratio lower is the strength of concrete. As a thumb rule every 1 % increases in quantity of water added reduces the strength of concrete by 5 %. A water cement ratio of only 0.38 is required for complete hydration of cement. Water added for workability over & above this water cement ratio of 0.38 evaporates leaving cavities in the concrete. They reduces the strength and durability of concrete. Hence it is very important to control the water cement ratio on site. Cement Content Cement is the core material in concrete which acts as a binding agent and imparts strength to the concrete. From durability considerations cement content should not be reduced below 290 kgs / m3 considering moderate conditions of exposure. IS 456 recommends higher cement contents for more severe conditions of exposure of weathering agents to the concrete. It is not necessary that higher

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cement content would result in higher strength. Higher cement content helps us in getting the desired workability at a lower water cement ratio. A. B. Gradation of Aggregates : Are two types Coarse aggregates (Metal) : These are particles retained on standard IS 4.75 mm sieve. Fine Aggregate (Metal) : These are particles passing through IS 4.75 mm sieve.

Proportion of fine aggregate to coarse aggregate is decided with the help of the gradation curves. The coarse aggregate of 20 mm & 10 mm are generally used for concreting. 20 mm coarse aggregate is defined as the one, which passes through 20 mm sieve and is retained on 10 mm sieve. While 10 mm metal should pass the 10 mm IS sieve and should be retained on 4.75 mm sieve. Some common problems to metal available in Pune are as follows : 1. The metal has considerable proportion of over-size aggregates varying from 20 mm to 40 mm size. Generally when the sand is fine, smaller proportion of it is enough to get a cohesive mix, while coarser the sand, greater has to be its proportion in the concrete. Excess sand increases the water requirement of concrete & reduces the strength, while under sandy mix results in segregation and honey combed concrete. Generally sand available in Pune is very coarse (FM > 3.2) and needs to be blended with fine particles (like stone dust) to get a cohesive mix. Use of Admixtures Now a days admixtures are rightly considered as a fourth ingredient of concrete. Use of plasticizers is essential to control the water cement ratio on site. Plasticizers help us in increasing the workability of concrete at lower water cement ratio. Hence we can achieve much higher strength at the same cement content. Use of plasticizers is economical as the cost incurred on them is less than the cost of cement saved. This is made possible by mix design. IMPLEMENTATION OF MIX DESIGN ON SITE Items necessary on site for Mix Design. 1. Set of 12 cube moulds. 2. A slump cone, tamping rod, and a scale. 3. Weighing balance of 5 kg with accuracy of 2 gms. 4. Spring balance of 50 kgs 5. Buckets of known capability for addition of water preferably 5 to 7 liters in capacity 6. 250 ml measuring cylinder. 7. Forms of various sizes.

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Capacity in Liters 35 30 25 20 15 10 B. 3. 1. 2.

Nos 1 1 2 1 1 2

L B H Size (in cms) 40 * 25 * 35 40 * 25 * 30 40 * 25 * 25 40 * 25 * 20 40 * 25 * 15 40 * 25 * 10

Measuring pan & Stove for heating the sand. IMPORTANT FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF MIX DESIGN Cement brands to be used should be standardized in advance. Make regular corrections on the proportions of mix design for a) Moisture in sand b) Absorption by metal c) Bulk density of sand d) Changes in fineness of sand Regularly check the weight of cement bags. The water cement ratio on the site should be strictly controlled. The water cement ratio can be controlled by maintaining the slump as per the design specifications. The slump readings should be taken after every 25 bags of concreting. The slump readings should be specially taken for the batches from which cube casting is done. Cement bags to be used should not be older than one month. Cement used should not have lumps and should give a cool feel on hand. Extremely coarse sand or silty sand should not be used.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Note : If any of the above conditions are not satisfied a trial mix should be conducted at laboratory to determine fresh proportions.

4. 3.1

STANDARD CORRECTIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING MIX DESIGN Corrections for surface moisture in sand. Sand contains some fraction of water as surface moisture. This moisture affects he water cement ratio of concrete. Water cement ratio takes into account the total water available for hydration of cement.

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Water cement ratio = (water added per batch + Surface moisture in sand absorption of coarse aggregate) / 50 Finding surface moisture of sand Take 500 gms of sand & hat it in tray gently till sand is dry and starts flowing freely. Surface dry sand is weighed again to find the loss in weight. Surface Moisture = W / (500 - w) Note : It is important not to over heat the sand To get a rough estimate of surface moisture following thumb rule may be used when sand is not extremely wet. Moisture in Sand 1% 2% 3% 4% 5% Medium Sand 8% 16 % 22 % 27 % 29 % Bulkage Coarse Sand 6% 12 % 15 % 17 % 18 %

Water to be added per batch = (water cement ratio * 50) Surface moisture * wt. of sand per batch If moisture content = 4 % Wt of sand = 135 kgs Water-cement ratio = 0.55 Water to be added per batch = 0.55 * 50 4 % * 135 = 27.5 5.4 = 22.11 liters Weight of sand per batch should be increased correspondingly by wt. of surface moisture in sand e.g. 5.4 kgs Moisture content in sand will vary from day to day and also with different lots of sand. It is therefore very important to make corrections for moisture in sand to maintain w/c ratio. If slump on site is kept under control, the water cement ratio is automatically controlled. FINDING AGGREGATE ABSORPTION :

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For any mix design, the coarse aggregate is considered to be in saturated surface dry condition. Whereas the metal on sites is often in bone dry condition (especially in summers). This dry aggregate often absorbs the water added in concrete & reduces the workability of concrete. Correction for surface absorption is necessary to maintain the water cement ratio. A correction of 1 % to 2 % of coarse aggregate may be made in case of bone dry condition of aggregate. For example if the aggregate absorption is 2 % and water and total weight of aggregates is 180 kgs then Aggregate absorption = 0.02 * 180 = 3.6 liters. Hence quantity of water added (from previous example) = 22.1 + 3.6 = 25.7 CORRECTION FOR BULK DENSITY : Every mix design is always done considering weights of different ingredients. In case volume batching is done on site, the weights of aggregates need to be converted into volumes. This is done with the help of bulk densities of aggregates. Bulk density = weight of material in kgs ----------------------------volume in liters Bulk density can be measured on site by filling a standard 35 liters pharma with aggregate & weighing the aggregate filled in the form. e.g. wt. of sand in 35 liters pharma = 58 kgs Bulk density = 58 / 35 = 1.66 kgs / liters. Volume of sand per batch = wt. of aggregate per batch -----------------------------Bulk density VOLUME BATCHING For example, if weight of sand per batch = 135 kgs. Volume of sand = 135 / 1.66 = 81.3 liters, say 80 liters. Hence use 2 forms of 25 liters & one form of 30 liters. Bulk density of sand changes with bulkage. Hence correction for bulk density of sand should be made every day. Bulk density of metal is between 1.4 kg / lit to 1.5 kg / lit whereas bulk density of sand varies with bulkage and usually lies between 1.6 to 1.8 kg / lit. CORRECTION FOR BULKAGE : This is done in case of volume batching of concrete. When sand is moist it bulks i.e. it occupies greater volume. Hence, less weight of sand is taken in the given volume. In other words, the bulk density of sand

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changes. If correction of bulk density is done. Otherwise, volume of sand needs to be increased in proportion of bulkage. Measuring bulkage on site Take 100 mls of sand in 250 ml. Baker and add water so as to completely submerge the sand. Shake the beaker well and keep it steady for some time. Note the level to which it settles. Bulkage % = Original Level - New Level * 100 -----------------------------------------New Level CHECK THE SILT CONTENT : Excessive silt in sand affects the bond between cement and sand. This reduces the strength of concrete. This problem is quite severe during monsoon. Measuring silt content on site. Take 50 ml of water in 250 ml beaker and add some salt to it. Add sand to it till 100 ml mark is reached. Again add water up to 150 ml. Stir the sand well to wash it in salt water. Keep the beaker still for 3 hours. Observe the thickness of silt layer. Silt content = Height of Silt Layer (ml) * 100 -----------------------------------Height of Sand Sand with silt content greater than 7 % calculated by above method should not be used for concreting. CORRECTIONS FOR CHANGES IN GRADATION OF SAND : Sand shows lot of variation on sites because of changes in source of supply. The fineness module of sand in Pune varies from 3.2 to 3.8. The IS specifies a limit of 2.2 (fine sand) to 33.2 (coarse sand) for fine aggregate. This means that sand available in Pune is extremely coarse. This is partly because of absence of fines in the sand and 10 % to 15 % is retained on 4.75 mm sieve as chal or shingle present in the sand. Hence, in case of extremely coarse sand, use of stone dust up to liters is recommended. If sand available on site is coarser than the one used for mix design, following correction may be made. A. WEIGHT BATCHING i. Increase in the weight of sand up to 15 kgs and reduce the weight of metal by equal quantity. Total weight of aggregate going per batch should remain constant. ii. If the mix does not improve with above correction, replace up to 15 kgs of sand by dust in the weights mentioned in the design.

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B. VOLUME BATCHING i. Increase the volume of sand by 10 liters and reduce volume of metal by 10 lit. ii. If the mix does not improve with above correction replace 10 liters of sand in mix design proportion by 10 lits of dust. Following precautions should be taken when stone dust is to use. Stone dust should not be too fine or powdery ( FM should be between 2.0 to 2.5 ) It should be used used in limited quantity as mentioned above unless, higher quantity is recommended by the laboratory. Strict control on water cement ratio should be kept. Stone dust reduces the workability; hence the water cement ratio is likely to increase. The slump may be maintained 2 cms below the value given in the mix design.

Note : If above corrections in the proportion do not yield satisfactory mix, fresh trial should be conducted at the laboratory for a revised mix design.

DUROCRETE Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd. 1160 / 5, Shivaji Nagar, Gharpure Colony, Pune 411 005 Telefax - 25520456, 25534335 Date : 29 Jan. 2005 MIX DESIGN SHEET Name : Purpose of Experiment : Mix design for M15 grade of concrete Site : Brand of Cement : Ultratech 43 Grade. PROPOSED MIX PROPORTIONS : CEMENT By Wt. (Kg) Wt. in Kg 50 255 FLY ASH 9 45 CRUSHED SAND 183 869 20 MM 224 1151 WATER 33.04 174.90 ADMIXTURES ---- ml ---- ml

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/ m3 Water Cement Ratio = 0.56 Total Cementetious Material 300 kg/m3 Cement Used = Ultratech 43 Grade (W-47, M-11, Y-04) Fly Ash used = Pozzocem 63 TM * Slump not to exceed 50 mm Observations of Laboratory Trial : Plastic Density = 2547 kg / m3 Compaction factor = 0.94 Average 28 days Compressive strength = 27.39 N/mm2 * Corrections for moisture content in sand & aggregate absorption in metal should be made on water / cement ratio (Refer our mix design manual) * Any change in material like cement, plasticizer, sand or aggregate would require re-validation of design. * The volumetric proportion are rounded of to nearest 5 liters, however, in case of volume batching, weight to volume conversion should be done on the basis of Dry Loose Bulk Density of ingredients actually found out at site. * The above mix design requires certain control practices on site to ensure results. Target Mean Strength = fck N / mm2 + (K x Std. Deviation) K = Himsworth Constant which is 1.65 for 5 % results to fall below the characteristic strength. Standard Deviation Assumed = 3.5 N / mm2 (As per IS 456 2000 ) Table 8, Clause 9.2.4.2 Target Mean Strength = 15.00 + 1.65 x 3.5 = 20.78 N/mm2

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DUROCRETE Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd. 1160 / 5, Shivaji Nagar, Gharpure Colony, Pune 411 005 Telefax - 25520456, 25534335 Date : 22 Oct. 2004 MIX DESIGN SHEET Name : Purpose of Experiment : Mix design for M20 grade of concrete Site : Brand of Cement : Vasavadatta 43 Grade PROPOSED MIX PROPORTIONS : CEMENT By Wt. (Kg) Wt. in Kg / m3 50 265 FLY ASH 12 65 CRUSHED SAND 164 869 20 MM 217 1151 WATER 33.00 174.90 ADMIXTURES ---- ml ---- ml

Water Cement Ratio = 0.53 Total Cementetious Material 330 kg/m3 Cement Used = Vasavadatta 43 Grade Fly Ash used = Super Pozz * Slump not to exceed 45 mm Observations of Laboratory Trial :

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Plastic Density = 2525 kg / m3 Compaction factor = 0.97 Average 7 days Compressive Strength = 20.03 N/mm2 Average 28 days Compressive strength = 32.28 N/mm2 * Corrections for moisture content in sand & aggregate absorption in metal should be made on water / cement ratio (Refer our mix design manual) * Any change in material like cement, plasticizer, sand or aggregate would require re-validation of design. * The volumetric proportion are rounded of to nearest 5 liters, however, in case of volume batching, weight to volume conversion should be done on the basis of Dry Loose Bulk Density of ingredients actually found out at site. * The above mix design requires certain control practices on site to ensure results. Target Mean Strength = fck N / mm2 + (K x Std. Deviation) K = Himsworth Constant which is 1.65 for 5 % results to fall below the characteristic strength. Standard Deviation Assumed = 4 N / mm2 (As per IS 456 2000 ) Table 8, Clause 9.2.4.2 Target Mean Strength = 20.00 + 1.65 x 4 = 26.60 N/mm2

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DUROCRETE Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd. 1160 / 5, Shivaji Nagar, Gharpure Colony, Pune 411 005 Telefax - 25520456, 25534335 Date : 22 Oct. 2004 MIX DESIGN SHEET Name : Purpose of Experiment : Mix design for M25 grade of concrete Site : Brand of Cement : Vasavadatta 43 Grade PROPOSED MIX PROPORTIONS : CEMEN T By Wt. (Kg) Wt. in Kg / m3 50 290 FLY ASH 12 70 CRUSHED SAND 140 813 10 MM 34 198 20 MM 168 971 WATE R 30.41 176.40 ADMIXTU RE ---- ml ----- ml

Water Cement Ratio = 0.49 Total Cementetious Material 360 kg/m3 Cement Used = Vasavadatta 43 Grade Fly Ash used = Super Pozz * Slump not to exceed 50 mm Observations of Laboratory Trial : Plastic Density = 2519 kg / m3 Compaction factor = 0.97 Average 7 days Compressive Strength = 21.31 N/mm2 Average 28 days Compressive strength = 32.01 N/mm2 * Corrections for moisture content in sand & aggregate absorption in metal should be made on water / cement ratio (Refer our mix design manual) * Any change in material like cement, plasticizer, sand or aggregate would require re-validation of design.

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* The volumetric proportion are rounded of to nearest 5 liters, however, in case of volume batching, weight to volume conversion should be done on the basis of Dry Loose Bulk Density of ingredients actually found out at site. * The above mix design requires certain control practices on site to ensure results. Target Mean Strength = fck N / mm2 + (K x Std. Deviation) K = Himsworth Constant which is 1.65 for 5 % results to fall below the characteristic strength. Standard Deviation Assumed = 4.0 N / mm2 (As per IS 456 2000 ) Table 8, Clause 9.2.4.2 Target Mean Strength = 25.00 + 1.65 x 4.0 = 31.60 N/mm2

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DUROCRETE Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd. 1160 / 5, Shivaji Nagar, Gharpure Colony, Pune 411 005 Telefax - 25520456, 25534335 Date : 15 Sept. 2006 MIX DESIGN SHEET Name : Purpose of Experiment : Mix design for M30 grade of concrete Site : Brand of Cement : Coromandal 43 Grade PROPOSED MIX PROPORTIONS : CEMENT FLY CRUSHED 20 ASH SAND mm 50 08 100 178 WATER ADMIXTURES

By 24.94 ---- ml Wt. (Kg) Wt. 355 60 708 1259 178.45 ---- ml in Kg / m3 Water Cement Ratio = 0.42 Total Cementetious Material 415 kg/m3 Cement Used = Coromandal 43 Grade (W-27, M-07, Y-06) Fly Ash used = Star Ash * Slump not to exceed 70 mm Observations of Laboratory Trial : Plastic Density = 2561 kg / m3 Compaction factor = 0.91 Average 7 days Compressive strength = 28.08 N / mm2 Average 28 days Compressive strength = 40.55 N / mm2 * Corrections for moisture content in sand & aggregate absorption in metal should be made on water / cement ratio (Refer our mix design manual) * Any change in material like cement, plasticizer, sand or aggregate would require re-validation of design. * The above mix design requires certain control practices on site to ensure results. * Given mix proportions will be confirmed on achieving satisfactory 28 days compressive strength at our laboratory. * You are requested to take a site trial and give us a feedback, which will enable us to give you the corrections in the mix, before your actual casting. Target Mean Strength = fck N / mm2 + (K x Std. Deviation) K = Himsworth Constant which is 1.65 for 5 % results to fall below the characteristic strength. Standard Deviation Assumed = 4.0 N / mm2 (As per IS 456 2000 )

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Table 8, Clause 9.2.4.2 Target Mean Strength = 25.00 + 1.65 x 4.0 = 31.60 N/mm2

DUROCRETE Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd. 1160 / 5, Shivaji Nagar, Gharpure Colony, Pune 411 005 Telefax - 25520456, 25534335 Name MIX DESIGN SHEET :

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Purpose of Experiment Site Brand of Cement

: Mix design for M35 grade of concrete : : Vasavadatta 43 Grade

PROPOSED MIX PROPORTIONS : CEMENT By Wt. (Kg) Wt. in Kg / m3 50 430 CRUSHED SAND 84 724 20 MM WATER 137 1182 20.00 172.00 ADMIXTURES 400 3440 ml ml

Water Cement Ratio Cement Used Fly Ash used Admixture Used

= 0.40 = Vasavadatta 43 Grade = Super Pozz = Dr. Fixit Pidiproof LW

* Slump not to exceed 50 mm Observations of Laboratory Trial : Plastic Density = 2508 kg / m3 Compaction Factor = 0.92 * Corrections for moisture content in sand & aggregate absorption in metal should be made on water / cement ratio (Refer our mix design manual) * Any change in material like cement, plasticizer, sand or aggregate would require re-validation of design. * The above mix design requires certain control practices on site to ensure results. * Given mix proportions will be confirmed on achieving satisfactory 28 days compressive strength at our laboratory. * You are requested to take a site trial and give us a feedback, which will enable us to give you the corrections in the mix, before your actual casting. * The above mix proportions are based on 3 days compressive strength achieved at our laboratory = 24.37 N /mm2 Crushed Sand Moisture Content = 4.56 % Loose Bulk Density = 1.29 kg / lit (for conversion to volumetric) Water Absorption = 3.37 % Specific Gravity = 2.500 Sieve Sizes Wt. Retained Wt. Retained Cumu. Wt. Cumu.

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(gm) 10 mm 3 4.75 mm 19 2.36 mm 233 1.18 mm 200 600 micron 191 300 micron 100 150 micron 85 75 micron 100 Pan 69 Total 1000 F.M. = 2.958 20 mm Metal Specific Gravity Water Absorption Flakiness Index Loose Bulk Density Sieve Size Wt. (gm) Retained 40 mm 0 25 mm 0 20 mm 290 16 mm 806 12.5 mm 689 10 mm 191 Pan 24 Total 2000 = = = =

% 0.30 1.90 23.30 20.00 19.10 10.00 8.50 10.00 6.90

Retained % 0.30 2.20 25.50 45.50 64.60 74.60 83.10 93.10 100.00

Passing % 99.70 97.80 74.50 54.50 35.40 25.40 16.90 6.90 0.00

2.872 1.21 % 21.05 % 1.44 kg / lit (for conversion to volumetric) Wt. Cumu. Wt. Cumu. IS Passing Retained % Retain % Passing % % Limits 0.00 0.00 100.00 100 0.00 0.00 100.00 ---14.50 14.50 85.00 85 to 100 40.30 54.80 45.20 ---34.45 89.25 10.75 ---9.55 98.80 1.20 0 to 20 1.20 100.00 0.00 ----

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EQUIVALENT UNITS / CONVERSION TABLES A) LINEAR MEASUREMENTS : Sr. No. Unit Equivalent Unit 1 1 Kilometer 1000 Meter

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2 1 Kilometer 0.62 Miles 3 1 Meter 100 Centimeters 4 1 Meter 3.28 Feet 5 1 Meter 1.093 Yards 6 1 Centimeter 10 Millimeter 7 1 Centimeter 0.393 Inch 8 1 Mile 8.00 Furlong 9 1 Furlong 220 Yards 10 1 Yard 3 Feet 11 1Mile 5280 Feet B) WEIGHT MEASUREMENTS : Sr. No. Unit Equivalent Unit 1 1 Tonne 1000 Kilogram 2 1 Kilogram 1000 Grams 3 1 Kilogram 2.205 Pounds 4 1 Quintal 100 Kilogram 5 1 Gram 0.086 Tola 6 1 Ounce 28.35 Grams C) AREA MEASUREMENTS : Sr. No. Unit Equivalent Unit 1 1 Sq. Kilometer 106 Sq. Meter 2 1 Sq. Kilometer 0.386 Sq. Miles 3 1 Sq. Meter 10000 Sq. Centimeter 4 1 Sq. Meter 10.76 Sq. Ft. 5 1 Acre 40 Guntha 6 1 Guntha 1089 Sq.Ft. 7 1 Acre 43560 Sq.Ft. 8 1 Acre 4047 Sq. Meter 9 1 Hector 100 Are 10 1 Are 100 Sq. Meters 11 1 Hector 10000 sq. Meters 12 1 Hector 2047 Acre 13 1 Brass 100 Sq.Ft. 14 1 Brass 9.29 Sq. Meter 15 1 Acre 4840 Sq. Yards D) VOLUME MEASUREMENTS : Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Unit 1 Cu. Meter 1 Cu. Meter 1 Cu. Meter 1 Cu. Meter 1 Cu. Feet Equivalent Unit 106 Cu. Centimeter 35.28 Cu. Ft. 220.14 Gallon 1000 Liters 6.24 Gallon

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6 7 8 9

1 Gallon 1 Cu. Feet 1 Brass 1 Brass

4.546 Liters 28.315 Liters 100 Cu. Ft. 2.83 Cu. Meter WEIGHTS OF MATERIALS

Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Weight Kg. / cum Cement 1440 Steel 7850 Sand a) Dry 1600 b) River 1840 Stone (Basalt) 2850 to 2960 Water 1000 PCC 2240 RCC (2 % steel) 2420 Bricks 1600 to 1920 Brick Masonry 1920 Soil 1760 Cement Concrete Blocks (Solid) 1800 Cement Mortar 2080 Lime Mortar 1760 Lime 640 Glass 2530 Teak Wood 670 to 830 Sal Wood 990 Marble Stone 2620 Granite Stone 2460 to 2800 Cuddappah 2720 A.C. Sheet (Corrugated) 16 kg / sqm Bitumen 1040 USEFUL NOTES ON CEMENT

Material

1 Ton of Portland Cement = 20 bags 1 cu.ft. of Portland Cement weights 90.94 lbs. when loosely filled. Average weight of 1:2:4 concrete : 1) Coke bricks aggregate 100 lbs per cu.ft. 2) Clinker aggregate 110 lbs per cu.ft. 3) Brick aggregate 125 lbs per cu.ft. 4) Ballast aggregate 145 lbs per cu.ft. Average weight of 1:2:4 reinforced concrete is 150 lbs per cu.ft.

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1 cu.ft. of loose Portland Cement paste will make about : 4.1 cu.ft. of concrete mixed 1:2:4 5.1 cu.ft. of concrete mixed 1:2.5:5 5.8 cu.ft. of concrete mixed 1:3:6 7.5 cu.ft. of concrete mixed 1:4:8 1 cu.ft. of loose Portland Cement neat as cement paste will cover 9.5 sq.ft. 1 thk. 1 cu.ft. of 1 loose Portland Cement with 1 part of sand will cover 16.8 sq.ft. 1 thick 1 cu.ft. of 1 loose Portland Cement with 2 part of sand will cover 29 sq.ft. 1 thk. 1 cu.ft. of 1 loose Portland Cement with 3 part of sand will cover 35.7 sq.ft. 1 thick 1 cu.ft. of loose Portland Cement with 6 parts of sand will lay about 410 bricks with 3/8 joints and 527 bricks with 1/4 joints

STANDARD MATERIAL CONSUMPTION CONSTANTS ON BUILT-UP AREA BASIS Sr. No. 1 Material Cement Item of Work For RCC work For Masonry Work For Plaster Work For Other Work Total For RCC work For RCC work For Masonry work For Internal Plaster For External Plaster Quantity / Sq.M. 1.94 bags 0.43 bags 1.18 bags 0.32 bags 3.87 bags 24.25 kg 0.21 cum 0.05 cum 0.23 cum 0.15 cum Quantity / Sq.Ft. 0.18 bag 0.04 bag 0.11 bag 0.03 bag 0.38 bag 2.25 kg 0.70 cft 0.16 cft 0.75 cft 0.50 cft

2 3

Steel Sand

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4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Metal Rubble Murrum Bricks 6 (Thokla) Sunla Flooring Tiles Skirting Bath/Toilet Kitchen Platform Parking Flooring Staircase stone flooring Material Brick bats Door Frames Door Shutters Concrete Grills

For Tiling For Water-Proofing For Others Total For RCC work For Plinth Soling For Plinth Filling For Ext. Wall (6 thk.) For Int. Wall (6 thk.) Total For Internal Plastering For all rooms and balcony/terrace flooring For all rooms and balcony/terrace flooring For Flooring Dado ---Parking Area For Risers For Trades For Landings Total Item of Work For Water-Proofing ------For Staircase

0.04 cum 0.03 cum 0.01 cum 0.72 cum 0.27 cum 0.06 cum 0.23 cum 43 nos 32 nos 75 nos 0.27 bag 0.75 sqm 0.25 rm 0.05 sqm 0.20 sqm 0.04 rm 0.15 sqm 0.014 sqm 0.028 sqm 0.022 sqm 0.084 sqm Quantity / Sq.M. 0.03 cum 0.09 nos 0.14 sqm 0.03 sqm

0.13 cft 0.09 cft 0.02 cft 2.35 cft 0.90 cft 0.20 cft 0.75 cft 04 nos 03 nos 07 nos 0.025 bag 0.75 sq.ft 0.25 rft 0.05 sq.ft. 0.20 sq.ft. 0.012 rft 0.15 sq.ft. 0.014 sq.ft. 0.028 sq.ft. 0.022 sq.ft. 0.084 sq.ft. Quantity / Sq.Ft. 0.10 cft 0.0085 nos 0.14 sq.ft 0.03 sq.ft

Sr. No. 15 16 17 18

CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS WASTAGE : PLANNING NORMS SR. NO. 1 2 3 4 5 TYPE OF MATERIALS Cement Sand Aggregate Concrete Structural Concrete Blinding (Lean) PLANNED WASTAGE 2% 10 % 5% 2% 10 %

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6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Reinforced Steel Bars Reinforced Steel Mesh PVC Sheeting Timbering in Trenches Stone Masonry Marble Lining Wood for Door Frame Wood for Shutters Wood for Flooring / Walling Sheet Roofing Tile Roofing Floor Tiling Wall Tiling Pigments Paints

3% 10 % 15 % 5% 5% 20 % 5 to 7.5 % 10 % 5 to 10 % 2% 5% 2 to 5 % 3% 5% 5%

PERCENTAGE BREAK-UP FOR DIFFERENT CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES (RESIDENTIAL) : Activity Work up to Plinth (Excl. RCC) RCC Masonry and Plaster Aluminum Windows Door Frames and Shutters Railing Water Proofing Flooring and Tiling Painting Lift Fire Fighting Entrance Lobby and General Plumbing / Sanitation Electrical Work TOTAL Activity Cement Percentage Cost Break-Up (Material + Labour) 2% 28 % 21 % 4% 5% 1% 3% 15 % 3% 4% 1% 1% 5% 7% 100 % Percentage Cost Break-Up (Material) 14 %

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Sand Metal Steel Bricks Tiles Doors and Windows Plumbing and Sanitation Electrical Work Painting Other Miscellaneous TOTAL

11 % 3% 12 % 4% 17 % 10 % 6% 12 % 6% 5% 100 %

Activity RCC Brick work and Plaster POP Tiling Plumbing and Sanitation Doors Water Proofing Painting Electrical TOTAL

Percentage Cost Break-Up (Labour) 37 % 21 % 7% 12 % 3% 1% 3% 8% 8% 100 %

Note : For general Residential Building, Material cost = 76 % Labour Cost = 24 % Cost Break-Up for RCC : Steel = 56 % Concrete = 44 % Cost Break-Up for Masonary & Plaster : BBM = 15 % Internal Plaster = 32 %

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External Plaster = 21 % POP = 32 % Plumbing and Sanitation Break-Up : G.I. Pipes and Fittings = 26 % C.I. / PVC = 18 % Sanitary = 15 % C.P. Fittings = 41 %

SR. NO. 1 2 3 4

STANDARD MATERIAL CONSUMPTION CONSTANTS FOR VARIOUS ITEMS (A) CONCRETE ITEMS : (INCLUDING WASTAGES) DESCRIPTION UNIT CEMENT SAND METAL PER P.C.C. (1:3:6) 100 cft 12.00 bags 60 cft 85 cft M10 1 cum 4.24 bags 0.60 cum 0.85 cum P.C.C. (1:2:4) 100 cft 17.00 bags 60 cft 85 cft M15 1 cum 6.00 bags 0.60 cum 0.85 cum R.C.C. (1:1.5:3) 100 cft 22.00 bags 60 cft 85 cft M20 1 cum 7.77 bags 0.60 cum 0.85 cum R.C.C. (1:1:2) 100 cft 32.00 bags 60 cft 85 cft M25 1 cum 11.47 bags 0.60 cum 0.85 cum (B) MASONARY ITEMS : Cement Sand Rubble 4.5 bags 1.6 bags 2.5 bags 0.27 bag 1.5 bags 40 cft 0.4 cum 20 cft 0.06 cum 15 cft 125 cft 1.25 cum ---1000 nos 110 nos ---400 Nos

S. N. 1

Description U.C.R. Masonry In C.M. 1:6 23 cm (9) B.B. Masonry In C.M. 1:5 15 cm (6) B.B.

Unit Per 100 cft 1 cum 100 sft 1 sqm 100 sft

Bricks 23x10x7 cm --

Bricks 23x15x9 cm --

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Masonry In C.M. 1:5 10 cm (4) B.B. Masonry In C.M. 1:4

1 sqm 100 sft 1 sqm

0.16 bag 1 bags 0.11 cum

0.05 cum 8 cft 0.025 cum

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-475 nos 50 nos

45 Nos ---

Sr.No. Description 1

(C) PLASTERING ITEMS : Unit Per Cement Sand

Neeru (30 kg bag) 0.60 bags 0.07 bags 0.60 bags 0.07 bags 0.80 bags 0.07 bags 0.60 bags 0.07 bags 0.60 bags 0.07 bags 0.60 bags 0.07 bags -------------------

NEERU FINISH PLASTER 12.5 MM (1/2 THK.) a) in C.M.1:4 100 sft 1.5 bags 1 sqm 0.60 bags b) in C.M. 1:5 100 sft 1.2 bags 1 sqm 0.13 b02ags c) in C.M. 1:6 100 sft 1.00 bag 1 sqm 0.11 bags NEERU FINISH PLASTER 20 MM (3/4 THK.) a) in C.M. 1:4 100 sft 2.4 bags 1 sqm 0.26 bags b) in C.M. 1:5 100 sft 1.90 bags 1 sqm 0.21 bags c) in C.M. 1:6 100 sft 1.6 bags 1 sqm 0.17 bags SAND FACED PLASTER SINGLE COAT 15 TO 20 MM THK. a) in C.M. 1:4 100 sft 2.25 bags 1 sqm 0.24 bags b) in C.M. 1:5 100 sft 1.80 bags 1 sqm 0.19 bags c) in C.M. 1:6 100 sft 1.50 bags 1 sqm 0.16 bags SAND FACED PLASTER DOUBLE COAT 20 TO 25 MM THK a) in C.M. 1:4 100 sft 3.75 bags 1 sqm 0.41 bags b) in C.M. 1:5 100 sft 3.00 bags

11.00 cft 0.03 cum 11.00 cft 0.03 cum 11.00 cft 0.03 cum 18.00 cft 0.06 cum 18.00 cft 0.06 cum 18.00 cft 0.60 cum 17 cft 0.05 cum 17 cft 0.05 cum 17 cft 0.05 cum 28 cft 0.09 cum 28 cft

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1 sqm c) in C.M. 1:6 100 sft 1 sqm

0.32 bags 2.50 bags 0.27 bags

0.09 cum 28 cft 0.09 cum

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Sr. No. 1

Description Mosaic Tile / Ceramic Tile Flooring Mosaic Tile / Ceramic Tile Skirting Stone Flooring 40 x 55 cm cut 45 x 60 cm cut Rough Shahabad Stone Flooring 45 x 80 cm uncut 40 x 55 cm cut Chequered Tile Flooring (25 x 25 cm) I.P.S. Flooring

2 3

(D) FLOORING & TILING : Unit Cement Sand Lime Per 30 kg bag 100 1.0 bag 16 cft 2.0 sft bag 1 0.11 bag 0.05 0.2 sqm cum bag 100 2.0 bags 2 cft -rft 0.017 -10 rm 0.65 bag cum 100 2.0 bags 16 cft -sft 1 0.22 bag 0.05 -sqm cum 100 0.75 bag 18 cft 2.0 sft bags 1 0.08 bag 0.06 0.2 sqm cum bag 100 sft 1 sqm 100 sft 1 sqm 100 sft 1 sqm 1.25 bag 0.13 bag 3.5 bags 0.38 bag 3.5 bags 0.38 bag 16 cft 0.05 cum 16 cft 0.05 cum --2 bags 0.2 bag -----

Tiles As Per Size As Per Size 43 nos 5 nos 40 nos 4 nos

White Cement 5 kg 0.55 kg 2 kg 0.65 kg 2 kg 0.22 kg ---

150 nos 16 nos --420 nos 45 nos

----2.0 kg 0.22 kg

Glazed Tile Dado ( 15 cm x 15 cm )

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(E) Sr. No. 1 2 Description Brickbat Coba Water Proofing in W.C. / Bath / Toilet Etc Brickbat Coba Water Proofing to Terrace

WATER PROOFING : Unit Per Cement Sand 100 sft 1 sqm 100 sft 1 sqm 6.00 bags 0.65 bags 4.00 bags 0.43 bags 30 cft 0.09 cum 30 cft 0.09 cum

Brickbat 30 cft 0.09 cum 30 cft 0.09 cum

Sr. No. 1 2 3

(F) RECOMMENDED CEMENT MORTAR MIXES Purpose Cement Fly Natural Sand W/C Remark 43 Grade Ash / Crushed Ratio (Kg) (Kg) Sand (Kg) BBM 50 50 629 0.65 M/C Mixing 50 25 472 0.65 Hand Mixing Internal 50 50 550 0.70 M/C Mixing Plaster 50 25 412 0.70 Hand Mixing External 50 50 473 0.65 M/C Mixing Plaster 50 25 355 0.65 Hand Mixing

Notes : 1) Crushed Sand and Natural sand should confirm to RCC acceptance criteria 2) Mortar to be used within 45 minutes of addition of water.

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WEIGHT PER METER IN KG. FOR ROUND & SQUARE BARS Size in Mm Area cm2 0.283 0.503 0.785 1.131 1.539 2.011 2.545 3.142 3.801 4.909 6.157 8.042 10.179 12.566 19.365 For Round Bars Weight Length Kg / m (m) / Ton 0.222 4510 0.395 2532 0.617 1621 0.888 1125 1.208 829 1.578 633 2.000 500 2.466 405 2.980 336 3.854 200 4.830 207 6.313 159 7.990 125 9.864 101 15.410 65 Area cm2 0.36 0.64 1.00 1.44 1.96 2.56 3.24 4.00 4.84 6.25 7.84 10.24 12.96 16.00 25.00 For Square Bars Weight Length Kg / m (m) / Ton 0.283 3535 0.502 1992 0.785 1274 1.130 885 1.539 650 2.010 498 2.543 393 3.140 318 3.799 263 4.906 204 6.154 162 8.038 124 10.200 98 12.560 80 19.625 51

6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 25 28 32 36 40 50 Notes : 1. For Round Bars Weight of Steel in Kg./ meter = d2 / 162 (where d is diameter of bar in mm) 2. Density of Steel = 7850 kg / meter3 3. Weight of Steel = Density x cross-sectional area of bar (in mm2) e.g. For 20 mm square bar : Wt. = (7850 x 10-6) x 400 = 3.140 kg / meter Diameter (mm) 15 (1/2) 20 (3/4) 25 (1) 32 (1 ) 40 (1 ) 50 (2) 65 (2 ) 80 (3) Designation WEIGHT / RUNNING METER OF G.I. PIPES Class A Class B Weight Weight (Kg) (Kg) 1.01 1.28 1.48 1.65 2.10 2.54 2.72 3.27 3.40 3.76 4.32 5.31 6.10 6.81 7.20 8.85 ROLLED STEEL BEAMS Wt. Sectional Depth of Flange Thk. of /m Area Section Width Flange Class C Weight (Kg) 1.51 1.97 3.08 3.97 4.58 6.38 8.20 10.51 Thk. of Web

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ISJB 150 ISJB 175 ISJB 200 ISJB 225 ISLB 75 ISLB 100 ISLB 125 ISLB 150 ISLB 175 ISLB 200 ISLB 225 ISLB 250 ISLB 275 ISLB 300 ISLB 325 ISLB 350 ISLB 400 ISLB 450 ISLB 500 ISLB 550 ISLB 600 ISMB 100 ISMB 125 ISMB 150 ISMB 175 ISMB 200 ISMB 225 ISMB 250 ISMB 300 ISMB 350 ISMB 400 ISMB 450 ISMB 500 ISMB 550 ISMB 600

W kg a cm2 h mm b mm tf mm tw mm 7.1 9.01 150 50 4.6 3.0 8.1 10.28 175 50 4.8 3.2 9.9 12.64 200 60 5.0 3.4 12.8 16.28 225 80 5.0 3.7 6.1 7.71 75 50 5.0 3.7 8.0 0.21 100 50 6.4 4.0 11.9 5.12 125 75 6.5 4.4 14.2 18.08 150 80 6.8 4.8 26.7 21.30 175 90 6.9 5.1 19.8 25.27 200 100 7.3 5.4 23.5 29.92 225 100 8.6 5.8 27.9 35.53 250 125 8.2 6.1 33.0 42.02 275 140 8.8 6.4 37.7 48.08 300 150 9.4 6.7 43.1 24.9 325 165 9.8 7.0 49.5 63.01 350 165 11.4 7.4 56.9 72.43 400 165 12.5 8.0 65.3 83.14 450 170 13.4 8.6 75.0 95.5 500 180 14.1 9.2 86.3 109.97 550 190 15.0 9.9 99.5 126.69 600 210 15.5 10.5 11.5 14.60 100 75 7.2 4.0 13.0 16.60 125 75 7.6 4.4 14.9 19.00 150 80 7.6 4.8 19.3 24.62 175 90 8.6 5.5 25.4 32.3 200 100 10.8 5.7 31.2 39.72 225 110 11.8 6.5 37.3 47.35 250 125 12.5 6.9 44.2 56.26 300 140 12.4 7.5 52.4 66.71 350 140 14.2 8.1 61.6 78.46 400 140 16.0 8.9 72.4 92.27 450 150 17.4 9.4 86.90 110.74 500 180 17.2 10.2 103.7 132.11 550 190 19.3 11.2 122.6 156.21 600 210 20.8 12.0 INDIAN STANDARD ROLLED STEEL CHANNELS Thickness of Flange Tf (mm) 7.3 7.5 Thickness of Web Tw (mm) 4.4 4.7 Sectional Area Sq.Cm. 8.67 11.70 Weight / Meter W (kg) 7.1 9.56

Section hxb (mm x mm) 75 x 40 100 x 40

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125 x 65 150 x 75 175 x 75 200 x 75 250 x 80 300 x 90 350 x 100 400 x 100

8.1 9.0 10.2 11.4 12.4 13.6 13.5 15.3

5.0 5.4 5.7 6.1 6.4 7.6 8.1 8.6

16.19 20.88 24.38 28.21 33.01 45.64 53.66 62.93

13.1 16.8 19.6 22.3 30.60 36.3 42.7 50.1

INDIAN STANDARD ROLLED STEEL EQUAL ANGLES DESIGNATION SIZE THICKNESS WEIGHT / hXb OF FLANGE t METER mm X mm mm w (Kg) ISA 2020 20 x 20 3.0 0.90 4.0 1.1 ISA 2525 25 x 25 3.0 1.1 4.0 1.4 5.0 1.8 ISA 3030 30 x 30 3.0 1.4

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ISA 3535

35 x 35

ISA 4040

40 x 40

ISA 4545

45 x 45

ISA 5050

50 x 50

ISA 5555

55 x 55

ISA 6060

60 x 60

ISA 6565

65 x 65

DESIGNATION ISA 7070

SIZE hXb mm X mm 70 x 70

ISA 7575

75 x 75

ISA 8080

80 x 80

4.0 5.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 5.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 5.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 5.5 6.0 8.0 10.0 THICKNESS OF FLANGE t mm 5.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 5.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 6.0 8.0 10.0

1.8 2.2 1.6 2.1 2.6 3.0 1.8 2.4 3.0 3.5 2.1 2.7 3.4 4.0 2.3 3.0 3.8 4.5 4.1 4.9 6.4 7.9 4.5 5.4 7.0 8.6 4.9 5.8 7.7 9.4 WEIGHT / METER w (Kg) 5.3 6.3 8.3 10.2 5.7 6.8 8.9 11.0 7.3 9.6 11.8

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ISA 9090

90 x 90

ISA 100100

100 x 100

ISA 110110

110 x 110

ISA 130130

130 x 130

ISA 150150

150 x 150

ISA 200200

200 x 200

12.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 15.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 15.0 10.0 12.0 15.0 18.0 12.0 15.0

14.0 8.2 10.8 13.4 15.8 9.2 12.1 14.9 17.7 13.4 16.5 19.6 24.2 15.9 19.7 23.4 28.9 22.8 27.2 33.6 39.9 36.6 45.5

DIMENSION AND WEIGHTS OF HOT-ROLLED STEEL FLATS WIDTH Mm 10.0 THICKNESS mm 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 4.0 WEIGHT (Kg / Meter) 0.236 0.314 0.393 0.471 0.330 0.440 0.550 0.659 0.471 0.628 0.785 0.942 0.589 0.785

14.0

20.0

25.0

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30.0

35.0

40.0

5.0 6.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0

0.981 1.18 0.707 0.942 1.18 1.41 0.824 1.10 1.37 1.65 0.942 1.26 1.57 1.88

Weight of MS Flat = 7850 x 10-6 x W x T (Kg / m) Where, W = width of flat in mm T = thickness of flat in mm

MS PLATES (PLAIN) THICKNESS WEIGHT mm KG / SQ.M. 5.0 39.25 6.0 47.10 8.0 62.8 10.0 78.5 12.0 94.2 14.0 109.9 16.0 125.6 18.0 141.3 20.0 157.00 22.0 172.70 25.0 196.25 MS PLAIN BLACK SHEETS THICKNESS WEIGHT mm KG / SQ.M. 0.40 3.14 0.50 3.93 0.63 4.95

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0.80 6.30 0.90 7.05 1.0 7.85 1.12 8.80 1.25 9.80 1.40 11.00 1.60 12.60 1.80 14.10 1.90 14.90 2.0 15.70 2.24 17.60 2.50 19.60 2.80 22.00 3.15 24.70 3.55 27.86 4.0 31.40 4.30 33.75 4.65 36.50 STEEL TUBES FOR STRUCTURAL PURPOSE Nominal Bore (mm) 15 20 25 32 40 50 Outside Dia. (mm) 21.3 26.9 33.7 42.4 48.3 60.3 Class Light Medium Heavy Light Medium Heavy Light Medium Heavy Light Medium Heavy Light Medium Heavy Light 1 Light 2 Medium Heavy Light Medium Thickness (mm) 2.0 2.65 3.25 2.35 2.65 3.25 2.65 3.25 4.05 2.65 3.25 4.05 2.9 3.25 4.05 2.9 3.25 3.65 4.5 3.25 3.65 Weight (Kg / meter) 0.962 1.22 1.45 1.42 1.58 1.90 2.04 2.46 2.99 2.61 3.15 3.86 3.27 3.61 4.43 4.14 4.57 5.1 6.17 5.84 6.53

65

76.1

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80 90 100 110

88.9 101.6 114.3 127.0

Heavy Light Medium Heavy Light Medium Heavy Light Medium Heavy Light Medium Heavy BARBED WIRE 2 PLY

4.50 3.25 4.05 4.85 3.65 4.05 4.85 3.65 4.50 5.40 4.50 4.85 5.40

7.92 6.86 8.48 10.10 8.82 9.75 11.6 9.97 12.1 14.5 13.6 14.6 16.2

Gauge of Ply

Gauge of Barbs 12 14 14 12 14

Gap between two Barbs 75 mm (3) 75 mm (3) 100 mm (4) 75 mm (3) 75 mm (3)

Approx. Wt. Kg. / meter 0.166 0.083 0.119 0.135 0.119

12 14 12 12.5 12.5

Approx. Length in 25 Kg. bundle (m) 151 300 210 185 210

GAUGE CONVERSION TO MM Gauge no. 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 26 Diameter in mm 4.064 3.251 2.642 2.032 1.626 1.219 0.914 0.559 0.457

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LIST OF IMPORTANT I.S. CODES : (Available at H.O. for reference) I.S. CODE 269-1989 383-1970 432-1982 (Part D) 455-1989 456-2000 516-1959 800-1984 875-1987 (Part I, II, III, IV, V) 1077-1992 1199-1959 1200 (Part I to XXVIII) 1489-1991 (Part I & II) 1542-1992 1597-1992 (Part I & II) 1786-1985 1893-2002 (Part I) 2065-1983 2116-1980 2386-1963 (Part I to VIII) 2470-1985 (Part I & II) 2502-1963 2751-1979 TITLE Ordinary and Low Heat Portland Cement Coarse and Fine Aggregate from Natural Sources for Concrete Mild Steel and Medium Tensile Steel bars Portland Slag Cement Code of Practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete Methods of Test for Strength of Concrete Code of Practice for Structural Steel in General Building Constructions Loading code Common Burnt Clay Building Bricks Method of Sampling and Analysis of Concrete Method of Measurement of Building and Civil Engineering Works. Portland Pozzolana Cement Sand for Plaster Code of Practice for Construction of Stone Masonry High Strength Deformed Steel bars & Wires for Concrete Reinforcement Design of Earthquake Structures Code of Practice for Water Supply in Building Sand for Masonry Mortars Method of Test for Aggregates for Concrete Code of Practice for Septic Tanks Code of Practice for Bending and Fixing of bars for Concrete Reinforcement Code of Practice for Welding of Mild Steel bars used

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2911 (Part I to IV) 3370 (Part I to IV) 3414-1968 3696 (Part I & II) 3764-1992 I.S. CODE 3812-1981 4082-1996 4326-1993 4925-1968 4926-2003 6313 (Part I to III) 7969-1975 8041-1990 8112-1989 9103-1999 11817-1986 12089-1987 12269-1987 13311-1992 (Part I & II) 13920-1993 14687-1999

for Reinforcement Cement Concrete Construction Code of Practice for Design and Construction of Pile and Pile Foundations Liquid Retaining Structures Expansion Joints Safety Code for Scaffolds and Ladders Safety Code for Excavation work TITLE Fly Ash for use as Pozzolana and Admixture Storage of Materials Ductile Design for Earthquake Structures Battening of Concrete Ready Mixture Concrete Anti-termite Measure in Building Safety Code for Storage and Handling of Building Materials Rapid Hardening Portland Cement 43 Grade Ordinary Portland Cement Admixtures Construction Joints Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag 53 Grade Ordinary Portland Cement Non-Destructive Testing Ductile Design for Earthquake Structures Formwork Design and Detailing

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