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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 
 
PROJECT 57915 LIBERTY BOULEVARD  DATE:  JULY 20, 2016 
:  APARTMENTS SLC, UT 
 
JUSTIN BOWMAN 
TO:    ARCHITECTURAL NEXUS   REF:    OVERHEAD DOOR  
2505 E PARLEY'S WAY  Jake@odcbountiful.com    
SLC, UT 84109     
 
WE ARE SENDING:  SENT VIA:  SUBMITTED FOR:  ACTION TAKEN: 
__ Shop Drawings  __ Attached  __ Approval  __ Approved as 
submitted 
__ Letter   __ Separate Cover Via:  __ Your Use  __ Approved as noted 
__ Prints    __ As Requested  __ Rejected/Resubmit 
__ Plans     __ Review and Comment    
__ Samples        
 
 
Package #  Submittal #  Copies  Date  Description 
083323.13  001  Emailed  7­20­16  Product Data 
Overhead Coiling   
Doors Rubber 
 
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 These shop drawings, data, brochures, or samples are: 
    NO EXCEPTION  MAKE CORRECTIONS _​ ​
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  TAKEN NOTED _ Not Approved 
  _ Revise and Resubmit 
  REJECTED REVISE AND RESUBMIT
_ Verify Dimensions 
  X ​Architect’s Approval Required 
 
 
CHECKING IS ONLY FOR GENERAL CONFORMANCE WITH THE DESIGN CONCEPT OF THE  Subject to the following: 
PROJECT AND GENERAL COMPLIANCE WITH THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE CONTRACT  The  subcontractor and/or Material Supplier represents that the 
 
DOCUMENTS. ANY ACTION SHOWN IS SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE PLANS AND  items  shown or described on these shop drawings  will function 
 
SPECIFICATIONS. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DIMENSIONS AND QUANTITIES WHICH  and  give  performance  at  least   equal   to   that  required  by   the 
SHALL BE CONFIRMED AND CORRELATED AT THE JOB SITE; FABRICATION PROCESSES AND  
 
TECHNIQUES OF CONSTRUCTION; COORDINATION OF HIS OR HER WORK WITH THAT OF ALL 
contract documents. 
OTHER TRADES; AND THE SATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE OF HIS OR HER WORK.  The  subcontractor  and/or  Material  Supplier  assumes  full 
  responsibility  for such  function and  performance; for the proper 
10/20/2016
DATE:___________________     jbowman
BY:_______________________________________________    
 
  quantity  as  required irrespective of the quantity shown; and for 
 
SALT LAKE CITY  I  SACRAMENTO  the  proper   fitting  of  items  into   the  work  as  required  by   the 
contract documents. 
  CC:    The  Contractor’s  and/or  Architect’s  approval  of  these  shop 
SIGNED: Amber Coffin   drawings  are complimentary in  nature and  does not  relieve the 
the  subcontractor  and/or   Material  Supplier   from  the 
               ​
acoffin@wadman.com   responsibility as required by the contract documents. 

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Rytec Powerhouse SD High Performance Rubber Door
Available from 6’ wide x 6’ high to 24’ wide x 30’ high
Architectural Specifications

SECTION 08373
HIGH-SPEED RUBBER DOOR

PART 1 – GENERAL

1.01 SECTION INCLUDES

A. High-speed roll up doors.


B. Wiring from electric circuit disconnect to operator to control station.

1.02 RELATED SECTIONS

A. Field painting.
B. Electrical connections.

1.03 REFERENCES

A. NEMA – National Electrical Manufacturers Association.


B. ASTM – American Society for Testing and Materials
C. CUL – Underwriter’s Laboratories, Inc.

1.04 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

A. Electrical Motor operated unit with manual override in case of power failure.

1.05 SUBMITTALS

A. Submit the following:


1. Shop Drawings: Indicate pertinent dimensioning, anchorage methods, hardware
locations and installation details.
2. Product Data: Provide general construction, component connections and details,
electrical equipment, operation instructions and information.
3. Samples: Submit sample of door panel.
4. Manufacturer’s Installation: Indicate installation sequence and procedures,
adjustment and alignment procedures.

1.06 MAINTENANCE DATA

A. Recommended preventive maintenance program for scheduled maintenance suggested,


manufacturer data sheets, and equipment interconnection diagrams.

1.07 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS


A. Electrical components UL/CUL listed.
B. Electrical enclosure NEMA approved.

1.08 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

A. Panel to withstand high pressure and wind loads.


B. Panel to release upon accidental impact and be restored without tools or replacement parts.
C. Electric operator to be direct-drive—no counterbalance or springs.
D. Bottom bar to be wireless.

1.09 QUALITY ASSURANCE

A. Furnish high-speed roll doors and all components and accessories by one manufacturer.

1.10 FIELD MEASUREMENTS

A. Verify field measurements are indicated as shown on shop approval drawings.

1.11 COORDINATION

A. Coordinate the work with installation of electric power and locations and sizes of
conduit. Specification Section 083323.13.1.9.B & C: Special Product Warranty
DV Required. Please refer to the aforementioned specification for details
1.12 WARRANTY ARCH|NEXUS
pertaining to the warranty requirements.

A. One (1) year parts, one (1) year labor on the door.
B. SBR fabric material for the life of the door, labor limited to one (1) year.
C. Two (2) years on electrical, labor limited to one (1) year.

PART 2 – PRODUCTS

2.01 PRODUCTS

A. Rytec Corporation Powerhouse SD high-speed rubber door.


B. No substitutions permitted.

2.02 MATERIALS
OK
A. Door Panel ARCH|NEXUS
1. Fabric
a. Styrene butadiene rubber (SBR) panel 1/4” (6.35 mm) thick, made of two 1/8”
(3.17 mm) thick layers, 70 durometer; sandwiched with 1-ply, 110lbs (50kg)
polyester cord center.
b. Skived seams to connect SBR panel sections on doors under 24 feet wide.
c. Panel includes bonded SBR beveled windlocks, providing normal resiliency and
flexibility at temperatures ranging from -40° F to +180°F (-40°C to +85°C).
Panels not using a SBR beveled windlock for wind or pressure retention will not
be accepted.
d. Windlocks to be segmented (non-continuous) to allow the door panel to
effectively release from the side frame in case of accidental impact.
e. Consult manufacturer for other fabric options.
2. Wind and Pressure Resistance
a. The door design allows for the curtain to remain in the side frame guide in high
wind and pressure situations.
3. Other Characteristics
a. Vertical stripes of PET for reinforcement and visual safety awareness. Doors
without vertical stripes will not be accepted.
b. Standard color black.
c. Consult manufacturer for other panel materials and color options.

B. Door Header:
1. Truss
a. Reinforced truss design with angular frame made of steel.
2. Drum Roll
a. Fabricate minimum 8.5" (216 mm) outside diameter, steel tube with a wall
thickness of 0.25” (6.35 mm) steel complying with ASTM A513.
b. Drive shafts within drum are constructed of 2.75” (69.85 mm) outside diameter
steel shafts.
3. Idler Barrel
a. Front-mounted, fabric guiding (idler) barrel shall be constructed of minimum 4.5”
(114.3 mm) outside diameter round tubing with a wall thickness of 0.13” (3.4
mm) to maximum 5.0” (127 mm) outside diameter round tubing with a wall
thickness of 0.25” (6.35 mm) and supported by 2” (50.8 mm) diameter steel
shafts.
4. End plates
a. Constructed of minimum ¼” (6 mm) hot-rolled steel laser-cut plates with heavy-
duty, self-aligning bearings with cast iron housings.
b. Bearings shall be load-rated at 14,000 lbs. (6350 kg) dynamic and 9,900 lbs. (4,490
kg) static.
OK 5. Counterbalance System
a. Direct-drive operator only—no counterbalance. Any doors utilizing
ARCH|NEXUS
counterbalance, torsion springs or sprockets will not be accepted.

C. Side Frames
1. Frames
a. The structural columns consist of 5 x 2 x ¼” structural steel tubing, welded to a
reinforced “Z” mounting bracket (0.22” thick steel) and hinged cover (0.18” thick
steel).
2. Wind Resistance
a. Windstops mounted at bottom of side columns maintain wind resistance in closed
position.
3. Paint
a. Painted with a durable, chemical and corrosion-resistant coating.
b. Standard color is Rytec gray, other colors available upon request.
OK BLACK
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D. Releasable Bottom Bar

1. Constructed of extruded aluminum and must be of a sufficient width and weight to


maintain the bottom edge of the curtain parallel to the door threshold at all times. Doors
using steel bottom bars will not be accepted.
2. Design allows for the bottom bar to release from the door without damage after
accidental impact or sufficient windload. Doors requiring break-away center sections,
notched bottom beams, shear bolts or knock-away sections will not be accepted.
3. After releasing, design allows for the bottom bar and panel to be restored with door
controller. Doors requiring tools or replacement parts will not be accepted.
4. A minimum of 6” tall weatherproof rubber loop seal shall be made of EPDM and will
be able to seal uneven finished floors.
5. Bottom bars with cords attached will not be accepted.

E. Wireless System
1. Wireless provides continuous and uninterruptible wireless signal which eliminates the
need for cords on the bottom bar. Total frequency control eliminates interference.
2. Two-way communication ensures functioning wireless system. Doors without two-way
communication to ensure functioning wireless system will not be accepted.

F. Control System
1. Digital controller housed in a NEMA-4X rated enclosure with factory set parameters.
2. Parameter changes and all door configurations can be made from the face of the control
box, no exposure to high voltage.
OK 3. Controls include a variable speed AC drive system capable of infinitely variable speed
control in both the up and down direction.
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4. Programmable inputs and outputs accommodate special control applications without the
need for electrical components.
5. Self-diagnostic two-line vacuum fluorescent display (VFD) provides quick and
straightforward installation, control adjustments and error reporting.
6. Control panels that require a portable computer unit, additional components, or other
devices for programming and/or troubleshooting will not be accepted.
7. Control panels that require opening of the control box and reaching inside to make
parameter changes will not be accepted.
8. Control panel (to be configurable in visible English, Spanish or French) communicates
when the curtain is broken away and if necessary, how to bring the door back into
operation.

G. Electric Operator
1. Door shall be electrically operated by a single direct-drive system. The motor and
gearbox shall be designed for high-cycle operation. Basic operation features a manual
chain hoist for non-powered operation
2. Door must operate with an AC drive providing soft starting and soft stopping to reduce
motor and brake wear. Doors without an AC drive will not be accepted.
3. Door to use absolute encoder to regulate door travel limits. Limits to be adjustable,
without the use of tools, from the face of the control panel. Doors using mechanical limit
switches, pulse encoders or doors that require tools to access the operator in order to
adjust limits will not be accepted.
4. Counterbalance System
a. Direct-drive operator only. No counterbalance or torsion springs allowed in any
size door.

H. Safety Features
1. One (1) in-line light curtain (mounted within side frame) projects a safety curtain directly
in line with the panel, from the ground level to approximately 72” (1.82 m) in height. If
an object interferes with the beams, the door must reverse automatically. Doors with light
curtains mounted outside of the door line will not be accepted.
2. Four (4) threshold warning light strips include amber and red LED lights located on the
front and back of both the left and right side columns to indicate door closing for added
safety at the threshold. All wiring for warning lights to be concealed within the door
construction.
3. Bottom bar to include a failsafe electric edge that must automatically reverse the door
upon bottom edge impact.
4. Bottom bar will contain a kill switch that ceases door movement when the door is
impacted. Doors which movement continues after impact will not be accepted.

I. Speed
1. Door to operate at a variable speed up to 50 inches per second, maximum speed is
dependent on the size of the door and the type of controller and operator.
2. Door to use absolute encoder to regulate door travel limits. Limits to be adjustable,
without the use of tools, from the face of the control panel. Doors using mechanical limit
switches, pulse encoders or doors that require tools to access the operator in order to
adjust limits will not be accepted.

PART 3 – EXECUTION

3.01 EXAMINATION

A. Verify that opening sizes, tolerances and conditions are acceptable.

3.02 INSTALLATION

A. Install door assembly in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

B. Use anchorage devices to securely fasten assembly to wall constructions and building framing
without distortion or stress.

C. Fit and align assembly including hardware; level and plumb to provide smooth operation.
D. Coordinate installation of electrical service. Complete wiring from disconnect to unit
components.

E. Touch-up paint on frame and other painted surfaces in accord with painting section.
1. Upon completion of installation, including work by other trades, lubricate, test and adjust
doors to operate in accordance with manufacturer's product data. Final adjustments shall
be made by manufacturer's authorized representative.
2. Protect finished installations until Date of Substantial Completion. Repair damage to
door panel, hardware and operators.

3.03 ADJUSTING

A. Adjust door and operating assemblies.

B. Test and adjust door, if necessary, for proper operations.

3.04 CLEANING

A. Clean door and components.

END OF SECTION
E = A + 22.00
14.00 DIM 'A' 8.00 D = 23.00

MODEL

H1 = 21.00

ELECTRICAL OPTIONS

20.00 MOTOR 12.00 INSTALL


REMOVAL CLEAR. TYP

STANDARD FEATURES
ONE DOOR TO BE
LEFT-DRIVE, THE OTHER
CONTROL TO BE RIGHT-DRIVE
BOX BY
RYTEC H2 = B + 21.00
STANDARD OPTIONS
DIM 'B'
3-ph Fused
PRODUCTION
Disconnect
HEIGHT
by others
OK
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A - 6.00, REF
3/4 CONDUIT
BY OTHERS
EMERGENCY
(optional) MANUAL CHAIN ACTIVATION
Floor Loop HOIST
conduit by others
A A

8.00 9.50 FIELD MOUNT


DIM 'A' = PRODUCTION WIDTH
TYP TYP PHOTOEYES, TYP
C = A + 16.00 PHOTOEYE (PE) MOUNTING:
FIELD MOUNT SAFETY PE'S TO DETECT
PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC - MOUNT PE'S 18-36"
OPTION NOTES
8.00 DIM 'A'
OK (STAGGERED) ABOVE FLOOR AND SELECT
MOUNTING HOLES CLOSEST TO WALL IF
NOTES:

6.62 3.00 A - 6.00 1) Pathwatch Safety Lights


ARCH|NEXUS POSSIBLE WITHOUT INTERFERING WITH
PANEL DEFLECTION.

2.25
PANEL & LIGHT CURTAIN
5.00

NOTE: LH DRIVE SHOW, RH DRIVE OPPOSITE


RYTEC CORPORATION
12.00
APPROVAL SIGNATURE
DETAIL A-A FABRICATION CAN PROCEED ACCORDING TO THE APPROVAL DRAWING
SPECIFICATION SHOWN EXCEPT AS NOTED
SIDE COLUMN PROFILE WITH POWERHOUSE SD - SYSTEM 4
BOTTOM STOP & HINGED Liberty Boulevard
COVER CLEARANCE
Salt Lake City, UT
7/15/16
60B0000SD/A -