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15.0 MOTORISED FIRE & SMOKE DAMPERS
GENERAL
WORK INCLUDED
Combination fire smoke dampers with steel 3-V blades meeting requirements of UL Standard
555 7th Edition and UL Standard 555S 4th Edition.
RELATED WORK
A. Section 15810 Ducts.
B. Section 15900 HVAC Instrumentation and Controls: Connections to actuators.
REFERENCES
A. AMCA 500-D Laboratory Methods for Testing Dampers for Ratings.
B. AMCA 511 Certified Ratings Program for Air Control Devices.
C. CSFM California State Fire Marshall Listing for Fire Damper and Smoke Damper
(leakage).
D. New York City MEA New York City, Department of Buildings, Material and
Equipment Acceptance Division.
E. IBC International Building Code
F. NFPA 80 - Fire Doors & Other Opening Protectives
G. NFPA 90A Installation of Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems.
H. NFPA 92A Smoke Control Systems
I. NFPA 92B Smoke Control Systems in Atria, Covered Malls, and Large Areas.
J. NFPA 101 Life Safety Code.
K. UL 555 (Seventh Edition) Standard for Safety: Fire Dampers
L. UL 555S (Fourth Edition) Standard for safety: Leakage Rated Dampers for Use in
Smoke Control Systems.
SUBMITTALS
A. Comply with requirements of Section 01330 Submittal Procedures.
B. Product Data: Submit manufacturers product data.
1. Include UL ratings for fire resistance, leakage, ww
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.

Dampers shall meet requirements for combination fire smoke dampers in accordance with:
1.
NFPA 80, 90A, 92A, 92B, and 101.
2.
CSFM Fire Damper Listing.
3.
CSFM Leakage (Smoke) Damper Listing.
4.
New York City MEA Listing 260-91-M Vol. III.
5.
Applicable Building Codes.

B.

Dampers shall be tested, rated, and labeled in accordance with:


1.
UL 555 (Seventh Edition), Listing R13317
2.
UL 555S (Fourth Edition), Listing R13317

C.

Dampers shall bear the AMCA Certified Ratings Seal for Air Performance in accordance
with AMCA 511.
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DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING


A.

Delivery: Deliver Materials to site in manufacturers original, unopened containers and


packaging, with labels clearly indicating manufacturer, material, and location of installation.

B.

Storage: Store materials in a dry area indoor, protected from damage, and in accordance with
manufacturers instructions.

C.

Handling: Handle and lift dampers in accordance with manufacturers instructions. Protect
materials and finishes during handling and installation to prevent damage.

PRODUCTS
COMBINATION FIRE SMOKE DAMPERS
Ratings:
1.
2.

3.
4.
5.
6.

Fire Resistance:
 Dampers shall have a UL 555 fire resistance rating of 1 hours.
Fire Closure Temperature:
Each combination fire smoke damper shall be equipped with a factory installed
heat responsive device rated to close the damper when the temperature at the
damper reaches:
 165F
Elevated Operational Temperature:
 Dampers shall have a UL 555S elevated temperature rating of 350
F.
Leakage:
 Dampers shall have a UL555S leakage rating of Leakage Class I
Differential Pressure:
 Dampers shall have a minimum UL 555S differential pressure rating of 4 in. wg.
Velocity:
 Dampers shall have a minimum UL 555S velocity rating of 2000 fpm.

Construction:
1.

Frame:
Damper frame shall be 16 ga. galvanized steel formed into a 5 x 1 structural hat
channel. Top and bottom frame members on dampers less than 17 high shall be low
profile design to maximize the free area of these smaller dampers. Frame shall be 4piece construction with 1 (minimum) integral overlapping gusset reinforcements
in each corner to assure square corners and provide maximum resistance to racking.

2.

Blades:
Damper blades shall be 16 ga. galvanized steel strengthened by three longitudinal 1
deep Vee grooves running the entire length of each blade. Each blade shall be
symmetrical relative to its axle pivot point, presenting identical performance
characteristics with air flowing in either direction through the damper. Provide
symmetrical blades of varying size as required to completely fill the damper opening.
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3.

Blade Stops:
Each blade stop (at top and bottom of damper frame) shall occupy no more than of
the damper opening area to allow for maximum free area and to minimize pressure
loss across the damper.

4.

Seals:
a.
b.

Blade Edge: Blade seals shall be extruded silicone rubber permanently


bonded to the appropriate blade edges.
Jamb: Flexible stainless steel compression type.

5.

Linkage: Concealed in jamb.

6.

Axles: Minimum inch dia. plated steel. Frame: Galvanized steel (in gauges
required by manufacturers UL listing).

7.

Sleeves: Damper shall be supplied as a single assembly with an integral factory


sleeve.

8.

Bearings: Axle bearings shall be sintered bronze sleeve type rotating in polished
extruded holes in the damper frame.

Actuators:
1.

Type:
 Electric, 230V AC, 2-position

2.

Mounting:
 External

SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL


A.

Factory Tests: Factory cycle damper and actuator assemblies to assure proper operation.
EXECUTION
EXAMINATION
Examine areas to receive dampers. Notify the Engineer of conditions that would adversely
affect installation or subsequent utilization of dampers. Do not proceed with installation until
unsatisfactory conditions are corrected.
INSTALLATION

A.

Install dampers in accordance with manufacturers UL Installation Instructions, labeling, and


NFPA 90A at locations indicated on the drawings. Any damper installation that is not in
accordance with the manufacturers UL Installation Instructions must be approved prior to
installation.

B.

Dampers must be accessible to allow inspection, adjustment, and replacement of components.


The sheet metal contractor shall furnish any access doors in ductwork or plenums required to
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provide this access. The general contractor shall furnish any access doors required in walls,
ceilings, or other general building construction.
C.

Install dampers square and free from racking.

D.

The installing contractor shall provide and install bracing for multiple section assemblies to
support assembly weight and to hold against system pressure.

E.

Do not compress or stretch the damper frame into the duct or opening.

F.

Attach multiple damper section assemblies together in accordance with manufacturers


instructions. Install support mullions as reinforcement between assemblies as required.

G.

Handle dampers using the frame or sleeve. Do not lift or move dampers using blades,
actuator or jackshaft.

H.

Install connections to [electric, pneumatic] actuators as specified in section 15900.

I.

Attach multiple damper section assemblies together in accordance with manufacturers


instructions. Install support mullions as reinforcement between assemblies as required.

15.0

(B)

FIRE DAMPERS (MOTORIZED) (Non UL Listed) - If Applicable

3.1

Fire Dampers shall be motorized of atleast 2 hours Fire Rating certified by CBRI, Roorkee
as per UL 555:1973.

3.2

Fire Damper blades & outer frame shall be formed of 1.6 mm galvanized sheet steel. The
damper blade shall be pivoted on both ends using chrome plated spindles of self lubricated
bronze bushes. Stop seals will be provided on top and bottom of the damper housing
made of 16 G galvanized sheet steel. For preventing smoke leakage side seals will be
provided.

3.3

In normal position damper blade shall be held in open position with the help of a 220V
operated motorized actuators thereby providing maximum air passage without creating any
noise or chatter.

3.4

The damper shall be actuated through electric motorized actuator. The actuator shall be
enerzised with the help of a signal from smoke detector. Smoke detector shall be provided
by Fire Fighting agencies. The Fire Damper shall be provided with micro switches with
bakelite base to stop fan motor in the event of damper closure. The reopening of damper
shall be manual.

3.5

Fire Dampers shall be mounted in Fire Rated Wall with flange connection.

3.6

Dampers shall be installed in accordance with the installation method recommended by


the manufacturer.

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16.0 FIRE DAMPER WITH FUSIBLE LINK AND SPRING TYPE MECHANISM
Fire dampers shall be CBRI type tested and certified for 90 minutes rating against collapse and frame
penetration as per UL 555-1995 as per details given at XI C.
Fire Dampers meeting the following specifications shall be supplied and installed. Dampers shall
meet the requirements of the latest edition of NFPA 90A, 92A, and 92B.
Dampers shall have a UL555S Leakage rating of Class I and a Temperature rating of 177 C.
Dampers shall have a UL555S operational airflow rating equal to or greater than the airflow at its
installed location and an operational pressure rating of 101.6 mm H2O.
Damper blades shall be 1.6 mm galvanized steel with Aerofoil design blade of thickness (1+1)mm.
Blades shall be completely symmetrical relative to their axle pivot point, presenting identical
resistance to airflow and operation in either direction through the damper (blades that are nonsymmetrical relative to their axle pivot point or utilize blade stops larger than 13 mm are
unacceptable).
Damper frames shall be galvanized steel formed into a structural hat channel shape with reinforced
corners. All component of stainless steel should be used in fire dampers Bearings shall be stainless
steel type rotating in extruded holes in the damper frame. Jamb seals shall be stainless steel
compression type.

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