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specification

Loggia Apartment Project


Jakarta

Plumbing and Drainage

C17 – Plumbing and Drainage Services


C45 – Building Services General

Prepared for
PT Candra Usaha Pesona

By
PT Hantaran Prima Mandiri

30 November 2018

Revision 0

Issue for Tender


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PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE SERVICES

C1700 SECTION INDEX


PAGE

C1700 Plumbing and Drainage Services – General ………………………….. 2


C1701 System Design Criteria ………………………………………………….. 11
C1710 Pipework- General ……………………………………………………….. 12
C1711 Pipework - Pipework Specialities ………………………………………. 21
C1714 Vibration Isolation ………………………………………………………. . 27
C1715 Insulation ………………………………………………………………….. 28
C1719 Pumps ……………………………………………………………………. . 30
C1730 Water Tanks …………………………………………………………….. . 33
C1740 Electrical For Plumbing Services – General …………………………. . 34
C1750 Fixtures, Fittings and Appliances ………………………………………. 37
C1753 Surface Drainage Points & Channels ………………………………….. 38
C1755 Grease Traps & Grease Interceptors …………………………………… 39
C1770 Concrete & Related Materials …………………………………………. . 40
C1771 Manholes, Catchpits & Sumps …………………………………………. 41
C1772 Trench Excavation, Bedding and Backfilling ………………………… . 43

C4500 Building Services – General …………………………………………… . 45

APPENDIX MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT REFERENCE


PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE SERVICES

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C1700 – PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE SERVICES - GENERAL

C1700.0 INDEX

C1700.1 Preliminary
C1700.2 Extent of Work
C1700.3 Regulations
C1700.4 Reference Documents
C1700.5 Tenderer’s Submissions
C1700.6 Pre-manufacture Submissions
C1700.7 Not Used
C1700.8 Testing and Commissioning
C1700.9 Completion

C1700.1 PRELIMINARY

Refer to the Conditions of Contract, Preliminary and General, and BUILDING SERVICES -
GENERAL sections, which shall apply to this section of the Contract Works.

C1700.2 EXTENT OF WORK

.1 General

The work of this section includes the supply of all labour, materials and equipment for the
selection/design of materials and equipment, design of details and specific systems, setting out
and co-ordination, submission of information, supply, fabrication, manufacture, installation,
quality control, testing and commissioning and defects liability of this section of the Contract
Works as described in the Drawings and Specification.

The Drawings and Specification identify the system design and standards of performance and
quality required, but do not purport to identify all problem areas and their solution, which shall
be the responsibility of the Contractor. By submitting a tender, the Tenderer warrants that it is
competent in the construction of works of the type specified, and that all work will be suitable
for the intended purpose and complying with all relevant statutory regulations.

The Contractor shall be responsible for identifying any ambiguity or incompleteness in the
Contract Documents, and obtaining clarification instructions prior to proceeding with any work
that may be affected by the ambiguity or incompleteness.

Provide all minor and incidental items necessary for the proper functioning of the whole
system, even though not specifically detailed or mentioned.

Provide all builder's work necessary for the execution of the Contract Works, including cutting,
trimming, vermin-proofing, flashings, sleeving, making good, plinths, etc, unless specifically
stated otherwise elsewhere in this Specification. No extra payment will be entertained in
respect of any such work not allowed for in the tender but necessary for the proper execution
of the Contract Works.

.2 Description

The Works comprise the complete Plumbing and Drainage Services installations for the
project, including but not limited to:

(a) Hot water systems including pipework, electric water heaters and connection to fixtures,
fittings and appliances. (e) Sanitary drainage system including connection from fixtures,
fittings and appliances to soil, waste and vent piping; piping and fittings, drainage
pumping stations, grease and oil interceptors, holding tanks, up to and including
connection to the sewage city line.

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(b) Stormwater drainage system from roof outlets to capped ends for connection to site
stormwater drainage system including pipe work, soakage well, detention tank & storm
water tank c/w pumps, metering & water treatments.

(c) Surface water drainage from vehicle ramps entering the building, from plantrooms and lift
pits, including pumps and associated piping and fittings where required.

(d) Water supplies to swimming pool, water feature and irrigation systems.

(e) Electrical and controls for Plumbing and Drainage works – including motor control
centres (MCC’s), motor control panels (MCP’s), switch socket outlets for small pumps,
cable support systems and cabling to equipment and local controls

(f) Interfaces with other trades.


(g) Commissioning and testing.
(h) Operating and Maintenance Manuals and As-built documentation.
(i) All authority and utility liaison and permits required for the installations.

.3 Contractor Design

The P&D Contractor shall be responsible for design of details and systems generally as
outlined below or otherwise outlined within individual sections of this Specification. Specific
examples include, but are not necessarily limited to:

(a) The Drawings show general equipment locations and layouts etc, that have been
coordinated with the architectural, structural and other services at the time of their
preparation. The contractor shall complete the detailing of the Contract Works to
coordinate with the development of the works of other trades.

(b) Design of pipework details (refer Specification Section PIPEWORK - GENERAL), and
cable route details.

(c) Checking pipework resistances based on the detailed piping set out and ensuring
installed resistances are within specified equipment performance requirements.

(d) Design of fixing and support details. Refer Specification Section BUILDING SERVICES -
GENERAL, SUPPORTS AND FIXINGS.

(e) Selection of fire rating and smoke sealing details by a fire stop specialist. Refer
Specification Section BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL, FIRE STOPPING. (f) Co-
ordination of penetration and fixing locations with builder.

(g) Design of control systems. Refer Specification Section ELECTRICAL FOR PLUMBING -
GENERAL.

(h) Design of access and protection structures. Refer Specification Section BUILDING
SERVICES - GENERAL, ACCESS AND PROTECTION STRUCTURES.

.4 Specific Inclusions

he Contractor shall be responsible for

(a) Exposed Services. The Contract includes pipework, ductwork and equipment that will be
exposed at high level, visible to the occupants (i.e. no ceilings). Accordingly, a high
standard of co-ordination and attention to detail is required to result in an installation of
professional appearance. The Engineer may require the replacement of any section of
Contract Works deemed to be of a poor standard of appearance at no additional cost.

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(b) All temporary connections, services, and related work necessary to facilitate staged
construction and maintain services to those areas covered by early completion, or
completion of another section by other contractors.

(c) All design, materials and installation necessary for the proper interfacing with other trades,
systems, architecture and structure.

(d) The operation and routine maintenance of each section of the Works of this trade, from the
date of any Sectional Completions to the date of Practical Completion

(e) Protection of equipment from dust and damage during construction activities (including
fitout activities).

(f) All design, materials and installation necessary for the proper performance of all water
feature systems. The performance of the water features shall be subjected to the review
and approval of the Landscape Architect.

(g) Alterations to the base building installation to suit tenancy fit-out requirements may be
included in this Contract later by Contract Instruction.

5 Exclusions

Supply of Plumbing Equipment (if any). (These will be purchased by the Principal, and supplied
to site. The Plumbing trade will be responsible for unpacking, checking plumbing equipments
ratings against the Plumbing Equipment schedule, confirming Plumbing Equipment suitability,
insurance while the Equipments is in their care, installation, and maintenance prior to practical
completion).

.6 Trade Interfaces

Liaise and co-ordinate interface details with other trades, including but not necessarily limited
to the following.

(a) Building Trade

Building Trade to provide:

• Water tank concrete support plinths

• Penetrations through structural elements.

• Installation of cast in piping, surface drainage points, surface drainage channels, tree
planter boxes, subsoil drainage within building perimeter.

• Waterproofing of pipe penetrations at roof and cladding penetrations (e.g vent pipe
terminals).

• Design and construction of formed roof gutters.

• Design and construction of formed drains in basement levels.

• Waterproofed mounting blocks on roof for fixing of pipe supports.

• Support of sanitary fixtures by Building Trade. Fixing by Plumbing Trade. Refer


FIXTURES, FITTINGS & APPLIANCES.

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(b) Electrical Trade

• Submain cables to Plumbing MCCs, hot water cylinders and pump control panels
(PCPs) are to be provided by Electrical Trade. Final connection of incoming submain
cables to MCCs, PCP’s, electric water heater is to be by the plumbing trade.

(c) Ventilation and Air Conditioning Trade

• The Plumbing & Drainage Services trade is to provide Interface Terminal Boards
(ITBs) with wired voltage free contacts, adjacent to relevant Plumbing Services
equipment. The Mechanical Trade is to wire from ITB to Mechanical Control System.

(d) Civil Trade

• The Civil Trade is to provide the buried sanitary drainage reticulation outside the
building line, from the drainage piping laid by the Plumbing and Drainage Trade.

The nominal interface is 1.0 metre outside the building line (outside wall line) unless
shown otherwise on the drawings.

• The Civil Trade is to provide the buried water supply up to and including an isolating
valve inside the building (refer to the drawings).

• The Civil Trade is to provide the buried stormwater drainage reticulation outside the
building perimeter. The Plumbing and Drainage Trade is to pipe stormwater drains to
a rainwater control box (by Civil Trade). The nominal interface is 1.0 metre outside
the building line (outside wall line) unless shown otherwise on the drawings.

C1700.3 REGULATIONS

Refer Specification Section BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL, REGULATIONS.

Specific reference regulations include:

Pedoman Plambing Indonesia, Second Edition 1994


SNI 03-6481-2000, SNI - Sistem Plambing.
PUIL Electrical regulations
DKI regulation

C1700.4 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

Refer Specification Section BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL, REFERENCE DOCUMENTS.

The following documents are referred to elsewhere in this section of the Specification:

AS 1260:1999 PVC pipes and fittings for drain, waste and vent applications.

AS 1477: 1999 PVC pipes and fittings for pressure applications.

AS 1631: 1994 Cast grey and ductile iron non-pressure pipe and fittings.

AS 1830:1986 Iron casting - grey cast iron

AS 2544: 1995 Grey iron pressure fittings.

AS 3500 Part 0:1995 Glossary of terms

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AS 3500: Part 1:2003 Water supply

: Part 2:2003 Sanitary plumbing and drainage.

: Part 3:2003 Stormwater drainage.

: Part 4:2003 Hot water supply systems.

AS 4072 Components for the protection of openings in fire resistant


separating elements.

: Part 1:1992 Service penetrations and control joints.

BS 12:1996 Specification for Portland cement.

BS21: 1985 Specification for pipe threads, pressure-tight joints.

BS 143 & 1256:1986 Malleable cast iron and cast copper alloy threaded pipe
fittings.

BS 416:1990 Discharge and ventilating pipes and fittings, sand-cast or spun


in cast iron

BS 437:1978 Specification for cast iron spigot and socket drain pipes and
fittings.

BS 639:1986 Electrodes for manual metal-arc welding.

BS 1387:1985(1990) Steel tube for screwing to BS21 Pipe Threads.

BS 2494:1990 Elastomeric joint rings for pipe work and pipelines.

BS 2971:1991 Class II arc welding of carbon steel pipework for carrying


fluids.

BS 3601: 1987 (1993) Carbon steel pipes and tubes.

BS 3974 Pt1:1974 Pipe hangers, slider and roller type supports.

BS 4504:Pt3:1989 Flanges for pipes, valves and fittings.

BS 4514: 2001 Specification for unplasticised PVC soil and ventilating pipe,
fittings and accessories.

BS 5419: 1974 Specification for cast iron and carbon steel ball valves for
general purposes.

BS 5572:1994 Code of practice for sanitary pipework.

BS 6283: Safety devices for use in hot water systems.

BSEN 499:1995 Welding consumables covered electrodes for manual metal


arc welding of non alloy and fine grain steels.

BSEN546: 1995 Ductile iron pipes, fittings, accessories and pipe joints for
water pipelines.

BSEN 598: 1995 Ductile iron pipes, fittings, accessories and pipe joints for
sewarage applications.

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BSEN 12540: 2000 Corrosion protection of metals.

DIN 8077 Polypropylene (PP) pipes, dimensions.

DIN 8088 Polypropylene (PP) pipes, general quality requirements.

DIN 16962 Pipe joint assemblies and fittings for polypropylene pressure
pipes.

NZS 4203:1992 Code of practice general structural design and design loadings
for buildings.

NZS 4219:1983 Seismic resistance of engineering systems in buildings.

C1700.5 TENDERER’S SUBMISSION

Submit a tender breakdown in the form as outlined by the Quantity Surveyor.

Submit a tabulated statement clearly listing any deviations from the Tender Documents. Refer
BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL, DEVIATIONS FROM TENDER DOCUMENTS.

Supplier’s Certificates of Compliance (refer Specification Section BUILDING SERVICES -


GENERAL , PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMISSIONS).

Submit a schedule of trade names and series types (but not model numbers) for all major
equipment included in the Tender.

Submit a fixed price proposal for the Routine Maintenance of this section of the Contract
Works.

Refer Specification Section BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL, ROUTINE MAINTENANCE


CONTRACT PROPOSALS.

C1700.6 PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMISSIONS

.1 General

Refer BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL, PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMISSIONS and TIMING


OF SUBMISSIONS. Additional trade specific requirements are described below.

.2 Supplier's Certificates of Compliance (CofC)

Major equipment items requiring Supplier’s CofC shall include, but not necessarily be limited
to:

• filters
• water reclaim plant
• tanks
• meters
• valves and pipeline fittings of all types
• vibration isolators
• booster sets
• strainers
• control equipment items but not proprietary equipment circuitry

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.3 Layout and System Design Drawings

Trade specific system design details shall include:

• Layout plans and elevations


• Schematic system diagrams and calculations
• Installation details
• Control hardware and wiring diagrams
• Switchboard layouts and wiring diagrams, including motor control centres, control panels,
interface points and the like

Wiring diagrams shall clearly indicate factory and field wiring interfaces and shall be complete
with terminal numbering to correspond with control panel/switchboard terminals.

.4 Contractor's Certificate of Compliance (CofC)

Contractor’s CofC shall cover:

• Pumps
• Booster sets
• Water reclaim plant
• Tanks
• Water treatment plant equipment
• Switchboards and control panels
• Pressure reducing valves
• Fuel tanks

.5 Design Details

Submission of trade specific design details (as opposed to system designs) is required.

Additional trade specific design details shall include:


All interface conditions with other Trades
Colour schemes of ‘exposed’ work
Identification and Labelling schedule, including size, working and materials.

.6 Samples

Trade specific samples (or, subject to the Project Managers prior consent, manufacturer’s trade
literature, including drawings or photographs) shall include:-

• pipes and pipe fittings


• pipe supports
• floor drains and gratings
• connections to appliances
• vibration isolators
• flexible connectors
• valves of various types
• strainers
• meters and regulators
• level controllers and gauges
• identification and labels
• backflow prevention devices

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C1700.7 TESTING AND COMMISSIONING

.1 General Testing Procedures

Refer BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL section of this Specification, TESTING AND


COMMISSIONING.

A Testing and Commissioning Manual is required for this section of the Contract Works.

.2 Pipe System Testing and Cleaning

Carry out testing and flushing prior to enclosing or concealing the pipework and prior to the
installation of valves, tapware and appliances.

Pressure test pipe systems in accordance with the requirements of the various Authorities
concerned and this Specification at test pressures not less than that specified under
Specification Section PIPEWORK - GENERAL. For water supply piping, pressurise water
systems with water and maintain the test pressure for 12 hours.

After successful testing, flush piping and equipment clean with water or air as applicable.

Remove strainer baskets, clean and reinstall upon completion of the cleaning process. Install
tapware and appliances after successful flushing.

For buried drainage systems the drainage pipe shall be inspected for proper laying and
jointing, including for concentricity and continuity of fall, before any back-filling is done.

In addition, infiltration tests shall be carried out on drainage piping systems and manholes
where required by the Local Authority.

For drainage systems (buried and above ground) use temporary capping to isolate piping to be
tested; fill piping with clean water to fixture overflow level and check for leaks. After testing,
drain and reconnect the piping, flush the drains clean with water and check for fall to discharge.

.3 Sterilisation

After successful pressure testing, and prior to connecting to equipment, drain and flush, clean,
sterilise and passivate pipework systems to remove all foreign bodies. Then flush piping clean
with water or air as applicable. Remove strainer baskets, clean and reinstall upon completion
of the cleaning process.

All domestic water tanks shall be scrubbed down and flushed out with water with Free
Available Chlorine (FAC) concentration of not less than 50 parts per million (ppm). The tanks
and pipes shall then be filled with water with a FAC concentration of not less than 50 ppm.
Maintain full system for 8 hours during which time all valves, taps shall be opened and closed
several times.

Flush all pipes and tanks thoroughly until FAC concentration is less than 0.2 ppm after the
contact period. Then flush piping and equipment clean with water or air as applicable.

Furnish the Employer with a Certificate certifying that this sterilisation has been carried out.

.4 Electrical

Carry out all tests on the electrical work, including, but not limited to, testing of switchboards,
cabling, power and control devices, all interfaces with other sections of the Contract Works,
power consumption and phase balance.

Commissioning and testing shall generally include:

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• Checks of all work for completeness including checks against wiring diagrams, and checks
of labelling.
• Testing of continuity and unique identification of all conductors in cables.
• Testing of insulation of all cables using a 500V megger for 230V circuits and a 1,000V
megger for 400V circuits.
• Checks that all terminals are securely fastened.
• Checks that all equipment is safe to operate, and that overloads, protection equipment,
safety devices and interlocks have been properly set and are all in working order.
• Checks of operating sequences and functions of all devices, and rotation and current draw
of motors.
• Phase load testing and rebalancing of phases. Measure volt drop on fully loaded circuits as
directed by the Project Manager.
• Specialised testing of switchboards and the like and power factor correction systems as
specified under their respective technical sections of this Specification.
• Infrared testing of all terminations and connections of switchboards and the like when
operating at least 60% loaded

.5 Vibration

Test the function of all vibration isolation systems as follows:

• Ensure all isolation systems are free floating and not short-circuited by any obstruction
between equipment or equipment base and building structure.
• Check that all isolators supporting a piece of equipment have approximately the same
deflection. If not, they have been improperly adjusted or selected. Correct immediately.
• Turn on the system for an aural check of any obviously rough operation. Check bearings
as they can become defective in transit and/or equipment was not properly stored, installed
or maintained. Defective bearings shall be replaced immediately to avoid damage to the
shaft and other components.

.6 Fine Tuning Adjustment

Carry out fine tuning of the Contract Works as necessary to achieve specified performance and
proper operation, including, but not limited to adjustment of:

• equipment performance (eg. pump impeller trim)


• control settings
• Water flow adjustments at fixtures, including the flow from each flush valve and the flow
from each timed – flow faucet.
• PRV adjustment
• Read meters installed under the contract and record the date and meter readings

C1700.8 COMPLETION

Refer Specification Section BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL, COMPLETION.

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C1701 – SYSTEM DESIGN CRITERIA

C1701.1 GENERAL

This section of the Specification contains information relating to the basis of design for various
services, and is intended to provide background to the design and to specify the criteria which
the Contractor shall comply with, for systems or components carried out as part of the
Contractor’s design. Refer also to PLUMBING SERVICES GENERAL- REGULATIONS.

C1701.2 WATER SUPPLY PIPEWORK

In general, water pipes shall be sized to maintain flow velocities of no more than 2.0m/s.

Pipe sizes given on the drawings are nominal pipe sizes. Galvanised steel or copper piping
installed under the Plumbing Services Trade shall be sized as follows:

Equivalent Water Supply Pipe Sizes

Nominal pipe size shown on the Drawings BS 1387 Medium Weight Galvanised Steel
(mm) tube nominal bore (min internal bore) (mm)
Ø10 12.6
Ø15 16.1
Ø20 21.7
Ø25 27.3
Ø32 3.0
Ø40 41.9
Ø50 53.1
Ø65 68.9
Ø80 80.9
Ø100 105.3
Ø150 155.3

C1701.3 HOT WATER SYSTEMS

The maximum length of a dead leg in a hot water circulating system shall be such that the
volume of water contained is not greater than 2.0 litres.

C1701.4 DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

Sanitary and wastewater drainage systems shall be designed and installed in accordance with
AS 3500 part 2 and Local Authority requirements.

C1701.5 RAINWATER DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

The design rainfall intensity for external / internal gutters and downpipes shall be 300mm/hr.

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C1710 - PIPEWORK - GENERAL

C1710.1 DESIGN

The Contractor shall be responsible for the design of details of piping systems to comply with
the general requirements described on the Drawings and Specification.

Design of details shall include:

• detailed setting out and co-ordination, including all necessary bends, offsets and similar
incidental and minor items of work.
• support
• anchorage, guides, rollers and the like
• flexibility
• seismic joints and other structural separations
• expansion provisions
• venting
• tundishes
• drainage
• prevention of water hammer
• provision for access and dismantling for maintenance

C1710.2 MATERIALS

Piping materials, grades and jointing methods shall be suitable for the normal operating
temperatures and for the normal operating and "fault condition" pressures likely to be imposed
on the system. Generally this will require the manufacturers’ recommended maximum working
pressure to be no less than the possible "fault condition" pressure.

Materials used in the installation shall be of a consistent standard throughout. A mixture of the
same materials conforming to different standards will not be accepted and any such materials
found installed shall be removed at no extra cost to the Contract.

Piping and fittings shall be marked with the make of the manufacturer and the appropriate
Standard.

Table 1 – Pipe Schedule

SERVICE PRESSURE PIPE STANDARDS REMARKS


(kPa)
NORM TEST
Sanitary Gravity Flood Cast Iron AS/NZS 1260 Solvent jointed
Drainage or BS 4514 General use plus
Above Ground urinal wastes up to
connection with other
water-using fixtures.
Do not use for high
temperature (above
60°C) and greasy
waste.

Greasy and Cast Iron AS 1631 or Grooved mechanical


non-soil waste BSEN 598 or hubless couplings.
stacks For high temperature
ang greasy waste.

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SERVICE PRESSURE PIPE STANDARDS REMARKS


(kPa)
NORM TEST
Sanitary Drainage Gravity Flood Cast Iron AS 1260 Rubber ring jointed.
Below Ground Vitrifiled clay BS EN 295 Within manholes and the
uPVC (Drainage) JIS 6741/2 like flange/solvent jointed.
Sanitary Drainage Gravity Flood Cast Iron (Grease) AS 1260 Rubber ring jointed
on Unit (Horizontal uPVC (Soil) JIS 6741/2 flange/solvent jointed
Pipe)
Sanitary Drainage Gravity Flood Accoustic Pipe EN 1451 Rubber ring jointed
for Risers uPVC (Soil) JIS 6741/2 flange/solvent jointed
Cast Iron AS 1260 Rubber ring jointed
Vent Piping nil Flood uPVC AS 1260 or BS4514 Solvent jointed
Stormwater Gravity Flood uPVC AS 1260 or BS4514 Solvent jointed
Drainage above
Ground
Stormwater Flood uPVC >SN8 AS 1260 or BS4514 Rubber ring jointed
Drainage
Below Ground Concrete pipe To Civil Engineer’s spec.
CW Supplies 450 700 Polypropylene (PPR DIN 8077, DIN 8088 Fusion welded
General 750 1000 PN 10), & DIN 16962
1000 1450 PN 10,
2000 3000 PN 20
CW & HW 450 700 Polypropylene (PPR DIN 8077, DIN 8088 Fusion welded
Distribution < ∅50 750 1000 PN 10), & DIN 16962
1000 1450 PN 10,
2000 3000 PN 20,
CW Supply Risers 450 700 Polypropylene (PPR DIN 8077, DIN 8088 Fusion welded
750 1000 type 3), & DIN 16962
1000 1450 PN 10,
2000 3000 PN 20
CW & HW from 450 700 Polypropylene (PPR DIN 8077, DIN 8088 Fusion welded
branch to Sanitary 750 1000 PN 10), & DIN 16962
Fixture 1000 1450 PN 10,
2000 3000 PN 20
HW Supplies 450 700 Polypropylene (PPR DIN 8077, DIN 8088 Fusion welded
750 1000 PN 10), & DIN 16962
2000 3000 PN 20
CW 450 700 Polypropylene (PPR DIN 8077, DIN 8088 Fusion welded
Distribution > ∅50 750 1000 PN 10), & DIN 16962
1000 1450 PN 10,
2000 3000 PN 20
CW Pump Room > 1000 1.25 x PPR PN 20 DIN 8077, DIN 8088 Fusion welded
WP & DIN 16962
Pumped Waste 450 700 uPVC JIS 6741/2 Flange/solvent jointed
Overflows Flood uPVC JIS 6741/2 Solvent jointed/flange
Condensate Flood uPVC JIS 6741/2 Solvent jointed. With
Drainage Insulation.
Diesel Piping Black Steel ANSI B 31.3 or Welded of Flanged
ASTM A 105 Gr B

Note :
• All PPRC pipe, when exposed to the sun must be protect by insulation.
• For all gravity pipes, at the bottom have to be install with GIP sch. 40 or Duct Tyle Pipes sch. 40 as per
drawing.

• Acoustic Pipe

The acoustic pipe shall be :

In compliance with European Standard EN 1451, Can be used for waste and drainage system at low and
o o
high temperature (-25 C to 95 C). In compliance with European Standard EN 14366, equal to 12 dB(A)
with flow rate of 2 l/s (Certificate P-1A 227/2006). Recycable product and implementation of sustainable
process in line with the most advantage Green Building principles.

• Diameter of PPR pipe is Inner Diameter.

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C1710.3 INSTALLATION

.1 General

Wherever possible pipes shall be concealed. In no case shall screwed, flanged or mechanical
(e.g. Victaulic) joints be made in pipes concealed behind wall linings.

Lay out pipe runs to minimise crossovers and unsightly offsets and co-ordinate with other
services. Arrange all pipes, valves and fittings to ensure neat and workmanlike appearance,
true alignment and grade, and so that they are conveniently accessible and readily
replaceable.

Install pipes in one plane wherever possible. Install pipes running in the same direction so that
they are parallel. Run pipes to avoid air locks. Take all necessary precautions to prevent water
hammer. Where it occurs, rectify the system at no additional cost to the Contract.

Installation shall give appropriate consideration to minimising resistance and obstruction to


flow.

Offsets in drainage piping shall use 45° bends wherever possible. Bends at the foot (base) of
drainage stacks shall comply with the design standard for the system unless detailed
otherwise.

Equipment and pipework shall generally be supported independently. Wherever possible


pipework shall be fixed so that a clear space of not less than 50mm is left between the pipe or
pipe insulation and adjacent structural surfaces, pipes, equipment etc.

Install piping strictly in accordance with manufacturers' recommendations. Where materials or


equipment require special installation techniques, ensure that the installers are fully conversant
with the manufacturers’ recommendations and obtain all necessary site work instruction
booklets to advise on installation methods and recommendations.

Before commencing any concrete saw cutting or penetrations for the installation of pipe work,
fittings or equipment within the concrete/blockwork structure and floor slab, obtain written
consent from the Project Manager.

Install valves so that access to the valve handle from the direction most likely to be used for
service is not impeded by the pipe, other services, building elements or the like. For example
valves at high level shall not be installed with the valve handles uppermost.

.2 Storage/Protection

Pipework, fittings and jointing materials and gaskets shall be stored in a protected area until
required for installation. The protective coatings and the ends of all piping shall be protected
during transit. Thoroughly inspect pipes and fittings prior to use. Do not use damaged piping or
fittings (including damaged protective coatings e.g. damaged galvanising or epoxy-coating).

Pipes and fittings shall be kept free of scale, swarf, obstructions and any deleterious matter.

Take care during installation to prevent debris entering the pipework. Place purpose made
temporary caps over open ends of pipework.

.3 Pipe Cutting

Pipe cutting shall be by machine, hacksaw or pipe cutters. All burrs or other restrictions on the
insides of pipes shall be removed.

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.4 Flanges, Unions, Mechanical Couplings

Flanges, unions or other approved mechanical couplings shall be provided on the pipe work
systems where necessary to connect components, plant or equipment, and to allow for
maintenance. On prefabricated pipe work, flanges may be used to facilitate installation.

Flanges, unions and other approved mechanical couplings shall incorporate replaceable
gaskets or ‘O’ rings for sealing to ensure that re-sealing is achievable after servicing. Metal-
tometal seals are not acceptable. Flanged joints shall be made with gaskets suitable for the
service and/or as recommended by equipment manufacturers. Mechanical couplings shall be
Gibault, Viking Johnson, Victaulic, or equal type, installed strictly in accordance with the
manufacturers’ instructions.

Flanges, unions and other mechanical coupling materials shall match the respective piping
material, or be compatible with and exhibit equivalent corrosion resistance thereto.

Pipe work shall be arranged to allow the items to be removed, care being taken not to obstruct
the withdrawal space requirements.

.5 Screwed Joints

Screwed joints may be used on pipes of 50 mm diameter and less, except that they shall not
be installed at highly stressed locations, including where piping is subject to stresses due to
seismic movement, differential settlement or thermal expansion. Screwed joints shall have BS
21 threads and made with uniformly tapered pipe threads using hemp or PTFE tape and
jointing material. The use of red lead or other similar jointing compound shall not be
permissible

.6 Bends/Branches

Manufactured fittings are to be used wherever available in preference to bends and branches
formed on site. Bends shall be long radius preformed fittings wherever possible. Branches and
take-offs for waste, soil, flushing, and down pipes shall be in the form of Swept-Tee
connections.

Site-made junctions in other than copper pipe shall not be accepted.

Hydraulic or heat bending of copper pipe is permitted provided that the pipe walls are fully
supported during the bending operation, and that the pipe cross-section distortion is less than
5% of the original diameter. Branches may be cut into copper pipe providing workmanship is
satisfactory. Holes cut in this manner shall be equal to the diameter of the branch pipe. Pipes
shall be accurately cut so that pipe/weld does not protrude into the main pipe.

.7 Galvanised and Black Steel Pipe

Welded joints shall be single V butt weld type. Welding shall only be carried out by
appropriately qualified welders using welding materials of size and type recommended by the
manufacturer concerned, for the work involved. Welding techniques shall ensure penetration to
the full thickness of the pipe wall. All residual scale, weld splatter and slag shall be removed
from the piping.

Use oxy-acetylene welding for all pipes 50mm diameter and smaller, and for all in-situ welds.

Otherwise use arc-welding complying with BS/NZS 2971. Store arc-welding electrodes at a
temperature of 38°C and do not use until they have been stored for at least 24 hours.

Epoxy-coated and galvanised steel pipe shall not be bent after manufacture. Coatings and
galvanising shall be repaired after welding.

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.8 Polyethylene (PE) or polypropylene (PP) pipe

Joints in PE or PP pipe shall be fusion-welded in accordance with the pipe system


manufacturer’s recommendations.

.9 PVC Pipe

Joints shall be solvent-weld or seal-ring to suit the installation requirements. Solvent-welded


joints shall be made strictly in accordance with the manufacturers’ recommendations and
“telltale” marks shall be used to demonstrate full insertion.

.10 Cast Iron Pipe

Joints shall be of the rubber-ring type or other mechanical coupling which meets with the
requirements of the pipe manufacturers and complies with the requirements of AS 1631 or BS
6087.

Branches and take-offs shall be in the form of Standard Tee fittings. Branches and take-offs for
waste, soil, flushing pipes, and down pipes shall be in the form of a Swept-Tee connection.

.11 Vents And Drains

Where the water supply systems run above the level of the fixtures and will not achieve venting
via the fixtures, install air vents at the high points.

Permanently installed automatic air release vents (AARs) shall only be fitted in plantrooms and
service areas.

Where manually operated air cocks are required they shall be installed at an easily accessible
location, i.e. above ceiling or in service cupboard, and a vent line shall be run from the air
bottle to the air cock.

Manually operated air cocks shall be standard key operated air release pet-cocks. Provide 3
brass keys for use with air cocks and keep on site with spares.

AARs shall be constructed with all seals and internal valve/float assemblies suitable for the
specified working temperatures. Each AAR shall be fitted with an inlet isolating valve designed
to automatically shut when the float/air release chamber is removed.

The air release port from each permanently installed AAR shall be piped to visible discharge
over the nearest drain tundish/floor waste.

Drain valves shall be 15mm ball valves with brass body, chrome plated brass ball and rubber
or Teflon seals; All drain cocks shall be supplied complete with plug and chain.

A minimum of 20 drain cocks shall also be supplied complete with brass hose connection with
coupling for fitting to drain cocks. One hose connection shall be fitted to the drain hose (where
supplied), the others being kept on site with the installation spares.

.12 Access For Cleaning

Waste water, sanitary and rainwater pipes shall be accessible for rodding and cleaning by way
of full width bolted access plates or screwed cleaning eyes. Access for cleaning shall be
provided at every junction, at every second change of direction, and where shown on the
drawings.

Where an access point for cleaning would normally occur in an inaccessible position because
of the above requirements, it shall be repositioned to an accessible position as close as
possible to the required position.

Removable or demountable traps are considered to be cleaning access points.

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Access plates and cleaning eyes on concealed pipes shall face removable access panels.

Access to pipes that would be placed in the ceiling space shall be brought up to floor level as
indicated on the Drawings.

Access for cleaning shall be clear of other services.

.13 Expansion, Movement And Settlement

Provision shall be made in all pipelines to accommodate movement due to temperature


change, ground movement, etc., without damage to the pipelines. The provision for thermal
expansion and contraction for metal piping shall be for a minimum of + 0.3mm/m. For pipework
where expansion and contraction exceeds this minimum, including plastic piping, allow for an
appropriate movement.

In sanitary and stormwater stacks, expansion shall be accommodated by the use of proprietary
expansion joints.

Wherever possible, expansion compensation in water-supply piping should be achieved using


the flexibility of the piping system rather than with proprietary compensators. The method of
achieving expansion compensation shall be appropriate for the maximum system working
pressures at the compensation location.

Where proprietary expansion compensators are required, refer PIPEWORK – PIPE


SPECIALTIES. Use pipe anchors adjacent to all expansion joints and anchors, and guides
elsewhere generally for the control of the direction of expansion.

Expansion joints, where shown, shall be installed as recommended by the supplier and shall
be fitted with approved anchors and guides.

.14 Pipe Sleeves

Where pipe work passes through the building structure, tubular sleeves of soil and waste class
PVC shall be fitted. The sleeves shall be of sufficient size to permit the free passage of the
pipes and, where applicable, insulation around the pipes, through the building structure, and to
ensure that the pipe or pipe insulation does not touch the sleeve or the building structure.

Puddle flanges shall be used on penetrations through water retaining structures, and link seals
shall be used where the penetration is underground. Refer BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL,
FIRE STOPPING.

.15 Escutcheon Plates

Exposed pipes emerging from walls, ceilings, floors etc. shall have matching escutcheon plates
secured to the pipework, or where approved, to the structure. Escutcheon plates are not
required in plant rooms or service ducts.

.16 Chromium Plating

Copper piping and copper alloy valves, fittings, fixings and supports that are normally exposed
to the view of the public or to the building occupants, except in carpark areas or plantrooms,
shall be chromium plated. Chromium plating shall only be applied after the item requiring this
finish has been fabricated and tested.

.17 Termination Of Vents

Terminate vent stacks above finished roof level and fit with proprietary vent cowls. Flashing of
pipes to roofs shall be as specified under the roofing contract. Location of vents and heights
above roof level shall be as required by the drainage system design standard except where
more arduous requirements are imposed by the Architect.

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.18 Cathodic Protection

All fuel pipelines shall be provided with cathodic protection in accordance with BS 7361 or AS
2239. Cathodic protection systems shall be designed to give the pipelines a potential not more
than 0.2 volts with respect to the stabilised zinc reference electronic. The cathodic protection
shall be based on the use of sacrificial magnesium anodes. Continuity strips shall be provided
across all flanges.

C1710.4 IDENTIFICATION SCHEDULE

.1 Colour

Colours are based on BS 4800 and BS 5252.

Basic identification colours

Water Green 12C39


Drainage Black 00E53
Greasy waste Black 00E53
Rainwater Brown
Diesel Brown 06D45

.2 Lettering

The identification on the band shall consist of lettering 25mm high as follows:

Water - White letters on green


COLD WATER
RECLAIM WATER
HOT WATER (flow)
Drainage - White letters on black
DRAINAGE
GREASY WASTE
VENT
RAINWATER
Diesel supply – Black letters on brown
DIESEL
Self-adhesive labels, arrows and coloured banding tapes shall be from one manufacturer.

C1710.5 PIPEWORK SUPPORTS

.1 General

Hangers shall generally be in accordance with BS 3974.

The Contractor shall be responsible for the detailing of pipe hangers and supports, excepting
where these are detailed on the Drawings. The Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring
that the strengths and sizes of these are adequate in all respects, including seismic restraint
requirements. The Contractor shall arrange supports so that the piping loads are shared by the
supports so that no fixing is over-stressed.

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In selecting and designing the pipe hangers and supports, the Contractor shall, in all cases
except for vent piping, ensure that the working load used for the hangers, supports and
associated fasteners assumes that the pipe to be supported is full of water.

Piping not larger than ϕ80 mm may be hung from purlins provided hanger spacing does not
exceed the spacing of supports specified herein. Larger diameter piping, main risers or down
pipes shall be supported from main principal structure members only. When the spacing of
such members exceeds the maximum spacing of hangers specified below, the Contractor shall
provide all necessary supporting members.

Supports to horizontal copper and PVC pipe work shall be by two-piece pipe clamps or equal.
Foam packing shall be used around PVC pipe in two-piece pipe clamps. Pipe clamp supporting
rods shall be of maximum 300mm length. Where support lengths are greater than 300mm,
provide either fabricated angle brackets or angled bracing rods.

Supports to vertical copper pipe shall be by two-piece pipe clams, Unistrut or equivalent unless
otherwise shown on the Drawings. Supports to vertical PVC pipe shall two-piece pipe clamps,
Unistrut, IHL or equivalent, proprietary pipe clips or holder-bats unless otherwise shown on the
Drawings. Saddle clips may be used for pipe smaller than ϕ25mm.

Pipe supports for small bore (typically ϕ40mm and smaller) piping may be anchored to suitable
surfaces (including concrete, steel and fully-supported sheet-metal elg metal-clad insulating
panel) using EZI-FIX self-adhesive fasteners, provided the selection, spacing, surface
preparation and installation of the fasteners are all in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions and recommendations.

.2 Support Spacing

Spacing of supports horizontally and vertically shall not be greater than in the table below, or
as recommended by the piping manufacturer, whichever is the more stringent:.

Table 2 – Pipework Supports

ϕ No Steel pipe Copper thin PVC (Non- PPRC & ABS Hanger
m walled Pressure Size
stainless Types)
steel or Cast
Iron
mm Vert Horiz Vert Horiz Vert Horiz Vert Horiz Dia
mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

15 2400 1800 1800 1200 - - 800 600 10


20 3000 2400 1800 1500 - - 800 600 10
25 3000 2400 3000 1500 - - 800 600 10
32 3000 2400 3000 1500 900 900 900 900 10
40 3600 3000 3000 1500 900 900 900 900 10
50 3600 3000 3000 1500 900 900 900 900 10
65 4500 3000 3600 3000 900 900 900 900 12
80 4500 4000 3600 3000 1200 900 1200 900 12
100 4500 4000 3600 3000 1200 900 1200 900 16
150 5200 5200 3600 3000 1800 1200 1800 1200 20
200 5800 5800 - - 2000 1500 2000 1500 2 x 20*
250 6000 6000 - - 2000 1500 2000 1500 2 x 20*
300 6000 6000 - - 2000 1500 2000 1500 2 x 20*

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.3 Materials

Hangers shall be in accordance with BS 3974. Supports to horizontal copper and uPVC pipe work
shall be by munsing ring or equal. Foam packing shall be used around uPVC pipe in munsing
rings. Munsing ring supporting rods shall be of maximum 300mm length. Fabricated angle brackets
shall be provided where support lengths are greater than 300mm.

Supports to vertical copper pipe shall be by munsing ring, Unistrut or equivalent unless otherwise
shown on the Drawings. Supports to vertical uPVC pipe shall be by munsing ring, Unistrut or
equivalent, proprietary pipe clips or holder-bats unless otherwise shown on the Drawings. Saddle
clips may be used for pipe smaller than 25mm dia.

Munsing rings or equal shall be brass. Hangers, hanger rods, brackets and anchors shall be of mild
steel, hot-dip galvanised after manufacture or type 316 stainless steel. Galvanised mild steel
hangers and supports etc. which are exterior or otherwise exposed to the weather shall be painted
in accordance with BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL, PAINTING.

Fabricate brackets from angle or channel and galvanise after manufacture.

Fabricate pipe anchors from angle or channel welded directly to pipe or welded to pipe clamps
where copper or uPVC pipes are used.

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C1711 - PIPEWORK - PIPEWORK SPECIALTIES

C1711.1 GENERAL

Pipe specialties shall be suitable for operation with the relevant fluid and at the temperatures
and pressures as specified for the relevant pipe. Refer PIPEWORK - GENERAL.

Valves and fittings for diesel fuel shall conform to recognised petroleum industry standards.

C1711.2 FLEXIBLE PIPE CONNECTION

Pumps and other vibrating and rotating machinery shall be isolated from its respective
pipework system in accordance with VIBRATION ISOLATION. Provision for misalignment shall
be by flexible pipe connectors as follows:-

(a) Flexible stainless steel connectors complete with mild steel flanges (may be used for
seismic joints), or

(b) Flexible rubber joint spherical bellows (may be used for connections with pumps) with
mild steel flanges, complete with axial control rods where necessary to achieve required
pressure rating. Rubber material to be selected to achieve required simultaneous
temperature and pressure rating with a 50,000 hour service life.

(c) Grooved mechanical couplings (Victaulic or equal) installed in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommendations.

C1711.3 EXPANSION COMPENSATION

Refer to PIPING GENERAL EXPANSION, MOVEMENT AND SETTLEMENT.

Wherever possible, expansion compensation is water supply piping shall be achieved using the
flexibility of the piping system rather than with proprietary compensators.

Where proprietary expansion compensators are required in pressurised water services, use
flanged, stainless steel bellows designed and selected for not less than 100,000 cycles at full
deflection.

Bellows shall be complete with tie rods where necessary to achieve required pressure rating.

Bellows, pipe guides and anchors shall be fitted in accordance with Manufacturer's
recommendations.

Bellows shall be fitted with metal shrouds for mechanical protection.

C1711.4 STRUCTURAL SEPARATIONS (INCLUDING SEISMIC JOINTS)

Refer to PIPING GENERAL- EXPANSION, MOVEMENT AND SETTLEMENT.

Pipes crossing structural separations shall be installed such that differential movement
between the structures (including settlement) is accommodated without the failure of the
service.

For water and gas supply pipes the structural separations shall be treated as per expansion
compensation above, or where this is not practical by installing seismic-type flexible
connections. Seismic flexibles shall be Senior Flexonics or equivalent stainless steel flexible
metal hose, single or double braided as appropriate.

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For drainage piping the structural separations shall be accommodated by using changes of
direction and slip-type expansion joints. Differential settlement shall be accommodated by
installing the sections of drain crossing the structural separation in piping sufficiently steep and
flexible to accommodate the settlement without losing continuity of fall.

Joints in pipes crossing structural separations, including seismic joints shall be designed in
accordance with the manufacturers recommendations to cater for joint movement in the x and
y axes (horizontal) and the z axis (vertical) as advised by the Structural Engineer. Joint
movement to be confirmed by the Engineer on site.

C1711.5 VALVES

.1 General

Valves shall be manufactured in accordance with the following Standards:-

Gate Valves
Cast iron (parallel slide) B.S. 5151
Copper alloy B.S. 5154
Cast iron wedge and double disc B.S. 5150

Globe Valves
Cast iron B.S. 5152
Copper alloy B.S. 5154
Cast steel B.S. 1873

Diaphragm Valves B.S. 5156

Non-return Valves
Cast iron B.S. 5153
Copper alloy B.S. 5154
Cast steel B.S. 1868

Butterfly Valves B.S. 5155

Relief Valves Up to 1050kPa B.S. 6283


Above 1050kPa To suit

Ball Valves BS5159

Valves shall be fitted with new gland packing of an appropriate type and suitable for the duty
for which the valve will be used.

Each valve shall have been tested at the manufacturer's works in accordance with the
requirements of the corresponding standard.

Valves over ϕ50mm shall have flanged ends. Valves up to and including ϕ50mm may have
screwed ends except that valves with screwed ends shall not be used where the working
pressure exceeds 850kPa.

Where valves are used for control or balancing purposes, the operating lever shall incorporate
a positive locking facility for intermediate positions.

Valves exposed to the weather shall be externally protected in accordance with BUILDING
SERVICES - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS, PAINTING, including the hand wheel or lever, and
shall have stainless steel spindles. Plastic coated components shall not be used.

Valves shall be installed where they are easily accessible for maintenance and operating
purposes.

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Before installation every valve shall be blown out with air to remove any foreign matter lodged
in the valve.

.2 Isolating Valves

Isolation valves shall be provided on all of the following:


Branch connection
Zone isolation
Plant and equipment
Fixtures and fittings (group)
Servicing & maintenance / future connections

Up to φ25mm: Ball type. Chromed brass body, chromed brass or stainless


steel ball, Teflon seats and butterfly handle.

Up to ϕ80mm: Either: Gate, bronze body, dezincification-resistant brass spindle,


solid wedge disc, integral seat. Fowler G11.

Or: Ball, brass body, chromed brass ball, stainless steel handle,
stuffing box.

ϕ100mm and above: Butterfly, cast iron lugged body, stainless steel shaft. Nitrile
(CHW, CDW), Hypalon or EPDM (HHW) rubber liner. Bronze,
or stainless steel disc.

Up to ϕ150mm: Lever Operated.

ϕ200mm and above: Handwheel Operated

Isolating valves for gas supply services shall be ball type unless specified otherwise.

.3 Non-Return (Check) Valves

Unless noted otherwise, non-return valves shall be self-closing poppet type of bronze or
gunmetal, and installed with union or flanged connections.

.4 Drain Valves

Drain valves shall be ball type with integral washer, hose union fittings and key operation.

.5 Hose Taps and Hose Supply Valves

Hose taps shall be screw-down angle pattern globe type or ball type where approved, (see
C1711.5.2) of bronze or gunmetal construction complete with screwed hose union and hose
connection vacuum breaker.
Hose taps located in areas assessable to the public shall be lockshield type.

Hose supply valves (isolating valves serving permanently attached hoses) shall be gate or ball
type, of bronze or gun metal construction and complete with screwed connection vacuum
breaker or double check valve.

.6 Backflow Prevention

Unless noted otherwise, backflow preventers shall be factory-assembled reduced-pressure


principle backflow preventers, with bronze body and stainless steel springs, including all
necessary test points enabling a complete function check, and inlet strainers.

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.7 Pressure Type Vacuum Breakers

Hose connection vacuum breakers.

Pressure type vacuum breakers shall be Double check valves for use on hose supplies shall as
per manufacture specification.

Pressure type vacuum breakers shall be installed for protection of the water supply serving
hose taps, and shall comprise a spring-loaded float-disc and an independently acting check
valve constructed with a bronze body and stainless steel springs.

.8 Pressure Relief Valves

Pressure relief valves shall incorporate a vacuum relief. Where valves are to be installed in
conjunction with a pressure reducing valve, the relief and pressure reducing valve shall be
matched units from the one manufacturer.

.9 Pressure Relief and Cold Water Expansion Valves

Pressure relief and cold water expansion valves shall incorporate a vacuum relief. Where
valves are to be installed in conjunction with a pressure reducing valve, the relief and pressure
reducing valve shall be matched units from the one manufacturer.

.10 Urinal Flushing

Urinal flushing systems shall comprise [electronic infra-red sensor flush valve, Refer to the
Architect’s Fixtures Schedule.

.11 WC flushing

WC flushing shall comprise electronic infra-red sensor flushing valves. Flushing valves shall be
mains pressure type suitable for direct connection to a potable supply. Refer to the Architect’s
Fixtures Schedule.

.12 Air Admittance Valves

Air admittance valves (AAV’s) shall be solvent welded to the drain pipe they serve and shall be
installed in accordance with AS 3500.2.

.13 Solenoid Valves

Solenoid valves shall be direct-acting two port valves of stainless-steel construction and shall
be “fail-safe” for the service in which they are used. “Fail-safe” is closed for gas service and
open for water service.

Solenoid valves for gas service shall comply with BSEN

C1711.6 STRAINERS

Strainers shall be "Y" or Angle type fitted with perforated metal screens, generally line sized,
but in any case sized for not more than 10kPa resistance at design flow.

Up to ϕ50mm: Bronze body, screwed for pressures up to 1050kPa, otherwise


flanged. Basket removal via screwed plug or bolted flange as
appropriate.

ϕ65mm and above: Bronze or Cast iron body, flanged. Basket removal via bolted
flange with ϕ20mm ball valve for drain down.

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Baskets shall be Grade 304 stainless steel with the following hole sizes unless noted
otherwise:

Up to ϕ25mm 0.4mm
ϕ32mm to ϕ50mm 0.5mm
ϕ65mm and above 2.0mm

Baskets for strainers to be installed upstream of back-flow prevention devices, control valves,
ceramic disc tap ware or timed flow tap ware shall be of a mesh or grade to meet the
recommendations of the manufacturer of the downstream fitting(s).

Strainers for gas supply services shall be with stainless steel body construction and fitted with
perforated stainless steel screens of 0.2mm mesh or as noted on the drawings.

Strainers shall be installed where possible in locations easily accessible for maintenance and
cleaning.

C1711.7 TUNDISHES

Supply and install tundishes where required and where shown on the Drawings. Connect drain
from tundishes to stacks as shown on the Drawings. Tundishes shall be of the same material
as the drain to which they connect unless noted otherwise.

C1711.8 FLOOR WASTE GULLIES AND FLOOR DRAINS

Floor waste gullies shall be provided in the locations shown in the Drawings.

Floor waste gullies may be constructed around approved floor drains fitting into riser pipes.

Refer SURFACE DRAINAGE POINTS & CHANNELS

Floor waste gullies to be cast into ground level slabs (slabs ‘on-grade’) shall have epoxy-
coated cast-iron or bronze bodies incorporating integral traps and rodding eyes within the gully
body.

Traps water seals shall be a minimum of 80mm depth.

C1711.9 PRESSURE GAUGES

Pressure gauge connections shall have threaded connections and shall incorporate a needle
shut off valve. Pressure gauges shall have a ϕ100mm flangeless face, ‘kPa’ calibration, siphon
and cock. Pump pressure gauges shall be fitted with snubbers or equivalent to reduce vibration
of gauge needles.

The range of gauges shall be such that the pointer is in the middle third of the range under
normal operating conditions and that this range is a maximum of ±20% of the normal operating
pressure. They shall incorporate a purpose made red index needle showing normal operating
pressure. Gauges shall be able to be read from the normal viewing position at platform or floor
levels.

C1711.10 PRESSURE SWITCHES

Pressure switches shall be capable of withstanding damage from the maximum pressure
developed by the system in which they are installed. This shall include pump shut-off pressure
where applicable.

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They shall be mounted in accessible locations where the effects of turbulence etc. will not
cause unsatisfactory operation.

Switch outputs shall be voltage-free contacts with adjustable set point and differential to suit
the required working range.

Where differential pressure switches are indicated on control diagrams and/or in the points
schedule, switches shall have dual pressure inputs arranged to sense the required differential
pressure.

C1711.11 TEMPERATURE GAUGES

Temperature gauges shall have a ϕ100mm flangeless face, oC calibration, and a separable
well of the same material as the pipe. The well shall be screwed into a socket of the same
material as the pipe.

The range shall be such that the pointer is in the middle third of the range under normal
operating conditions and that this range is a maximum of ±20% of the normal operating
temperature. They shall incorporate a purpose made red index needle showing normal
operating temperature. Gauges shall be able to be read from the normal viewing position at
platform or floor levels.

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C1714 - VIBRATION ISOLATION

C1714.1 PIPEWORK ISOLATION

Refer also to PIPEWORK - GENERAL – PIPEWORK SUPPORTS.

In general, water pipes shall be sized to maintain flow velocities of no more than 2.0m/s unless
stated otherwise under system design criteria or approved by the Engineer.

Hangers/support for water supply pipes shall be designed so that there is no rigid connection
between the pipes and the building structure, eg by using supports with rubber linings.

Pipe penetrations through walls, floors and ceilings shall be isolated from direct contact with
the structure with a fibreglass isolated sleeve caulked with a non-setting resilient compound on
both sides of the penetration. Appropriate fire rating shall be achieved for the sealant of these
penetrations when services are penetrating through fire compartments. Refer to BUILDING
SERVICES - GENERAL - FIRE STOPPING.

Pipework adjacent to pumps may require resilient (spring) supports to minimise vibration
transmission to the structure

The Contractor shall engage a vibration specialist where necessary to achieve satisfactory
vibration control.

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C1715 – INSULATION

C1715.1 GENERAL

.1 Application

Provide pipe insulation as follows:

(a) Hot water: Provide thermal insulation to all circulating piping and non circulating piping
excluding the last metre of non-circulating piping connecting to fixture.

(b) Condensate and other (e.g. plant room) drainage piping (for air-conditioning): Provide
thermal insulation, including vapour barrier to prevent condensation forming on the
outside of the piping, from the tundish to the point where the condensate drain connects
into the drainage system proper. Insulation of condensate drainage piping may be
omitted only as allowed under the Mechanical Services Trade Specification.

(c) Waste water and sanitary drainage piping: Provide acoustic insulation as specified
below.

(d) Rainwater drainage piping: acoustic and thermal insulation including vapour barrier
where required to prevent condensation forming on the outside of the piping. Acoustic
insulation is required as specified below. Thermal insulation is required for all rainwater
drainage piping located inside the building.

.2 Installation - General

No insulation shall be applied until all pressure tests have been completed and the results
reviewed by the Engineer.

All insulation, sealants and adhesives shall be supplied and installed in accordance with the
manufacturers' published recommendations.

C1715.2 THERMAL INSULATION

.1 Materials

Either: Calico-jacketed preformed glass-fibre pipe sections with 0.0345W/m°K maximum 'K'
value, 80kg/m3minimum density, 870J/kg.K specific heat, 250°C minimum service
temperature. Glue pre-formed sections together without gaps, and band in place with
metal bands of appropriate size and number. Seal coat with a flame retardant sealant.
Alternatively, use proprietary flamestop-backed fibreglass insulation.

Or Closed cell elastomeric insulation, maximum “K” value of 0.0375W/m°K mean


temperature, vapour transmission less than 0.167 metric perms (centimetres). Apply
external fire-resistive vapour barrier where required.

Or Anti condensation if required on the cold water system ; minimum 9mm neoprene foam
and on distribution hot water ; Neoprene M1 SH, with aluminimum protection for
outdoor services, resistant to 90oC.

.2 Installation

Where insulated pipe work passes through walls or floors, the insulation shall be continuous
through the penetration.

Thermal insulation with vapour barrier shall be continuous. Fit all pipe supports outside the
insulating material using wood ferrules or other approved packing having the same thickness

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as the insulation. Insulate hanger rods for a minimum of 50mm from the exterior surface of the
pipework insulation

Thermal insulation without vapour barrier may be terminated at valves, flanges and other
fittings. Cone down the insulation to finish such that the valve or fitting can be removed without
damage to the insulation. Segment, fold and glue the insulation covering to completely enclose
the insulation.

C1715.3 ACOUSTIC INSULATION

.1 Application

Provide acoustic insulation on rainwater and sanitary drainage pipework located in spaces
immediately adjacent to normally occupied spaces, as determined by the Specialist Acoustic
Consultant.

.2 Materials

Materials shall be:

Either As THERMAL INSULATION above, plus Wave Bar or Sound Dune wrapping.
Or Proprietary acoustic insulation such as Acoustop, or equivalent.
Or As determined by the Specialist Acoustic Consultant.

Acoustic insulation thickness and surface density shall be as follows unless advised otherwise
by the Specialist Acoustic Consultant:
Copper or PVC above “closed” plaster or gib board ceilings: 25mm, 4kg/m2
Cast iron above “closed” plaster or gib board ceilings: No acoustic insulation required.
Copper or PVC above acoustically “open” ceilings (e.g. perforated tiles): 50mm, 8kg/m2
Cast iron above acoustically “open” ceilings (e.g. perforated tiles): 25mm, 4kg/m2

Where the ceiling is a combination of “closed” and “open” type, use the “open” criteria
throughout.

.3 Installation

Acoustic insulation only needs to be applied at bends, tees and fittings, extending a minimum
of 1 metre either side of the bend, tee or fitting. Unless advised by the Specialist Acoustic
Consultant straight lengths of pipe do not require acoustic insulation.

Where the insulation is for acoustic purposes only (i.e. not thermal purposes), the insulation
may be fitted outside pipe supports. Otherwise comply with THERMAL INSULATION above.

Use an installer recommended by the suppler and familiar with the product and the
manufacturer’s installation procedures.

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C1719 - PUMPS

C1719.1 GENERAL

Pumps will be provided by the Employer. The contractor shall take delivery of pumps provided,
and check these for compliance with the specification and pump schedules.

Pumps shall be quiet, stable, and free from vibration throughout their intended operating range.

Install pumps in accordance with the manufacturer’s written recommendations.

Pumps, controls and ancillary equipment for each of the services specified herein shall be from
one manufacturer.

Pump components and materials shall be selected by the pump manufacturer to be compatible
with the fluid material, and suitable for the range of system temperatures and pressures.

Pumps shall operate under flooded suction conditions.

Pumps supplied for installation under this contract shall not be used for de-watering purposes
during the construction of the building.

Pumps damaged by construction debris (e.g. sand, cement and/or gravel in drainage systems)
shall be replaced by the Contractor at no cost to the Contract

Refer BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL and PLUMBING SERVICES - GENERAL for other
general requirements.

C1719.2 RELEVANT STANDARDS

Dimensions (end-suction centrifugal pumps): ISO 2858: Interchangeable with all other
pumps manufactured to this standard.

Flow and Head: BS 5316: Part 1, Class C


Balance: BS 6861: Part 1, balance grade 6.3.
Flanges: BS 4504 / DIN 2533
Screwed connections BS 21

C1719.3 COLD WATER LIFT PUMPS

Cold water lift pumps shall be single stage in-line close coupled or single stage back pull-out
end suction, quiet-running, high efficiency type centrifugal pumps with cast iron or stainless
steel housing, bronze or stainless steel impellers, stainless steel shaft and mechanical seals.

It shall be possible to remove the pump motor and impeller without removing the volute casing
from the piping.

C1719.4 PACKAGED PUMP SETS

Packaged pump sets shall be supplied complete with flanged common suction and delivery
pipe work, flexible connections, pressure gauges, non-return valves to each pump discharge
isolating valves to each pump suction and discharge, diaphragm tank, relief valves, control
panel and shall be completely factory assembled and tested. All equipment shall be mounted
on a steel sub-frame incorporating lifting eyes at each corner, and the whole pump set shall be
finished in stove enamel to the serve basic colour.

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Pumps shall be vertical multi-stage pumps.

All interconnecting piping, valves and fittings incorporated in the packaged pump sets shall
comply with the relevant specification clauses. Refer to C1710 and C1711.

Packaged pump sets shall be fixed via the steel sub-frame to concrete plinths using approved
mechanical fixings incorporating vibration isolation.

On all pump sets there shall be fitted an engraved laminated sign clearly indicating the service
and area provided for by the pump set.

C1719.5 SUMP PUMPS

.1 Drainage Pumps

Lift and drainage pits, floor waste drainage pits and other drainage sumps where indicated on
the Drawings shall be fitted with submersible sump pumps as specified in the EQUIPMENT
SCHEDULE. Unless noted otherwise, submersible pumps shall have cast or ductile-iron, or
stainless steel body, stainless steel shaft, studs, nuts, screws, etc., and mechanical seals.

Pumps for car park drainage shall be suitable for pumping waste water containing abrasive
material, e.g. sand and grit.

Pumps shall be provided with lifting handles, galvanised lifting chain, and where indicated shall
be guide-rail mounted with automatic discharge couplings. Automatic level control shall be by
plastic encapsulated float switch for general drainage sumps, and by programmable ultrasonic
controller (Milltronics or equal) for sewage pumping stations, unless noted otherwise.

Submersible pumps shall have a maximum operating speed of 2900rpm.

Pump failure alarms are not required for single (duty only) drainage sump pumps where sump
high level alarms are provided.

.2 Sewage Pumps

Submersible sewage pumps shall be macerator type, and shall be installed using guide-bar
system with automatic connection to discharge piping.

C1719.6 ELECTRIC MOTORS

Electric motors for submersible pumps shall be fully-sealed type to BS 5000.

All motors over 0.75kW shall be suitable for 3 phase, 380 volt, 50Hz supply.

Local isolators shall be provided at all motors located remote from associated power and
control panel.

Motors with variable speed drives shall incorporate anti-condensation protection.

C1719.7 CONTROL PANELS

Control panels not required for lift-pit drainage, escalator pit drainage pumps.

In non-corrosive environments control panels shall be constructed from sheet steel, paint
finished in accordance with BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL, PAINTING. In corrosive
environments, control panels shall be constructed from stainless steel- alloy and surface finish
to suit. Control Panels shall be IP54 dust and water protected unless noted otherwise, and
shall have hinged front access covers.

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Control panels shall be pre-wired incorporating all necessary connections to float switches,
level controls, automatic changeover from duty pump to standby pump, alarms and starters
wired to pumps.

The controls within each panel shall include a triple-pole contactor for each pump with single
phase and overload protection, manual-off-auto switch for each pump, HRC fuses, HRC
control circuit fuses, duty pump selector, individual pump running/pump failed indicating and
"power on" lights. The panel shall be lockable with a hinged door interlocked with the main
isolating switch.

C1719.8 LEVEL CONTROLS AND ALARMS FOR SUMPS WITH PUMPED DISCHARGE

A high level alarm shall be activated via a plastic-encapsulated float switch or approved level
probe installed within the sump. Provide a local alarm reset and mute button with power and
alarm indicator lights. The audible alarm shall be positioned within an adjacent normally
occupied space. Provide an alarm input to the Mechanical Control System. For this purpose,
this trade shall wire from the local alarm to an interface terminal board (ITB) located within or
adjacent to the pump control panel or local alarm.

Liaise with Ventilation and Air Conditioning Services Trade.

C1719.9 LEVEL CONTROLS AND ALARMS FOR GAS VAPOURISER WATER PUMPS

Local alarms are to be provided for pump failure conditions, at the local MCC panel.

This trade shall coordinate with the Mechanical services trade to ensure that a local alarm shall
be repeated to the alarm panel in the building control room, using the alarm circuitry for the
MCC panel room which the vapouriser water pumps are supplied.

Liaise with Ventilation and Air Conditioning Services Trade.

C1719.10 LEVEL CONTROLS AND ALARMS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION PLANT

Local alarms are to be provided for pump failure and for water tank low level and overflow
conditions, at the Water Distribution Plant (WDP) control panel.

A single alarm shall report any such pump failure or low level alarm to the alarm panel in the
building control room.

For this purpose, this trade shall wire from the WDP control panel to the building control alarm
panel. The multi-core controls cable used for this purpose shall contain a minimum of four (4)
spare cores.

Indicator lamps to show the water level in each tank are to be provided at the WDP control
panel.

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C1730 - WATER TANKS

C1730.1 GENERAL

Provide water storage tanks as shown on the drawings and as specified in the EQUIPMENT
SCHEDULE.

Provide water storage tanks of sectional glass-reinforced plastic construction including


connections complying with BS 4994, and in accordance with local authorities.

Tanks that are to be located outside shall be suitable for outdoor installation and UV stabilised
where appropriate.

Tanks shall be complete with covers and piping connection points. Provide galvanised steel
RSJ supports for the tanks.

Tanks shall be watertight and covers shall be sufficiently tightly fitted to exclude insects.

Provide screened vent and overflow pipes and connections including inlet, outlet, overflow and
drain and any other additional pipes shown on the drawings.

Provide access ladder and adjacent lockable access manhole in the top cover. Tanks shall be
complete with clearly marked direct-reading level indicating scale on the side of the tank.

All external bolts, nuts and washers shall be hot-dipped galvanised steel or stainless steel.

Internal fittings, bolts, nuts and washers shall be stainless steel and grade 316 or better.

Water tanks shall be restrained against seismic movement in accordance with NZS 4219.

C1730.2 WATER LEVEL ALARMS

Provide low level and overflow level alarms to each tank.

The alarms shall be connected to the Mechanical Control System. For this purpose, this trade
shall wire from voltage free outputs in the level alarm control to an interface terminal board
(ITB) adjacent to the local MCS panel. The ITB shall include one spare channel per tank for
future alarm use.

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C1740 - ELECTRICAL FOR PLUMBING SERVICES – GENERAL

C1740.1 GENERAL

The provision and installation of mains power supplies, including where applicable local
isolators etc, to the equipment and/or controls covered under this Specification, shall be carried
out under the Electrical Services Trade.

Wiring between pump control panels and the associated pumps and all ancillary equipment
required for the correct operation of the particular system shall be carried out by the plumbing
trade.

C1740.2 SCOPE

This section of the Contract includes the supply, installation, painting, wiring, termination,
testing and commissioning of all electrical equipment and controls necessary for the proper
functioning of the works of this subcontract, and in particular the following:

• Pump boards (control panels);


• Circuit wiring from these boards to equipment;
• Circuit wiring from local isolators (provided by the Electrical Services Trade) to pump
board;
• Control systems.

The Contractor shall allow fully in their Tender Price for attendance during the commissioning
of all equipment involved with the electrical and control installation to ensure optimum
performance of the overall system, and for attendance on other parties involved in this Contract
control and electrical system or otherwise.

C1740.3 REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

Electrical work shall comply with the requirements of PUIL Regulations and local codes and
regulations and the following additional requirements:

(a) The electrical work in this Section shall comply with all the relevant clauses of the
Electrical Services Trade Specification, with regard to standards of workmanship,
standards of equipment supplied, construction, painting and installation of cubicles and
panels and supply and installation of all wiring.

(b) Motors and other items of controlled equipment shall be provided with breakers, starters,
contactors, isolators, time switches, timers and with automatic and/or manual control
etc., to form a complete working system. Refer drawings for interfaces between this
Trade and the Electrical Services Trade.

C1740.4 POWER EQUIPMENT

.1 Starters

Starters for all equipment shall be mounted in the control board which controls that equipment.

They shall be DOL, Star-Delta or Auto-Transformer of a suitable size and rated for
"intermittent" duty for the motor supplied. Starters for equipment for which the starter circuits
are not shown on the drawings shall be supplied complete with starters which are standard
components of the equipment manufacturer.

Motors up to 3.7kW shall be DOL. Motors over 3.7kW shall have reduced voltage starters.

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.2 Isolators

Every isolator to be supplied by the Specialist Contractor shall be the on-load type. All boards
shall have an isolator on the incoming supply for the equipment.

For equipment located remote from the board, additional isolators shall be installed adjacent to
or preferably within the equipment housing.

Exposed isolators and isolators located in lift pits and escalator pits shall be heavy duty
weatherproof type.

.3 Motors

Motors over 700W shall be corrected to 0.90 power factor and normal running at the starter.

Motors for fans and pumps shall be sized for a non-overloading rating through the full range of
possible points for the fan or pump. Motors shall be rated for 220V, 50Hz, 1 phase, or 380V
50Hz, 3 phase operation.

.4 Overloads

All motors shall have 3 phase thermal, ambient temperature-compensated inverse-time


characteristic overload protection devices, with manual reset.

.5 Contactors

Contactors shall comply with BS 5424 ratings mechanical duty Class II and making and
breaking category AC3.
Contacts shall be portions renewable butt type, solid copper-head silver-faced, fully shrouded,
and the design shall be such as to ensure effective freedom from contact bounce and sticking
of the fixed and moving positions of the magnet assembly.

Magnets shall be fabricated from silicon-alloy riveted electrical steel sheet with shaded pole,
and magnet/armature assemblies shall be fully floating and self-aligning.

Arc Shutes and magnetic blowout coils shall be fitted to the larger-sized contactors as
necessary.

C1740.5 CONTROLS - ELECTRICAL

.1 General

As far as possible all control equipment shall be from a single manufacturer.

.2 Control Circuits

Connection diagrams shall be submitted showing all devices, wire and terminal numbers which
shall be fixed with a permanent marking system to the equipment when constructed.

Control circuits shall operate at low voltage when used in conjunction with hydraulic services.

.3 Indicator Lamps

ϕ32mm, LED, press-to-test type.

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C1740.6 EARTHING AND BONDING

Earthing shall be installed in compliance with the relevant local Standards and Codes of
Practice and to the approval of the Electrical Supply Authority.

Structural steel work, trunking, metallic supports, metal equipment, metallic piping and any
other electrically conductive item or componentry installed under this specification shall be
bonded as required by the regulations, and to the Electrical Supply Authority approval.

Co-ordinate the work of this Section of the Specification with the work of The Electrical
Contractor and provide earth clips, lugs, etc., as necessary for the connection thereto of
earthing cables.

The provision, installation and termination of earthing cables to such earth clips, lugs, etc. shall
be carried out under The Electrical Specification.

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C1750 – FIXTURES, FITTINGS AND APPLIANCES

C1750.1 GENERAL

Fixtures, fittings and appliances shall be as specified by the Architect, shall be selected to suit
the available water pressure, and shall be supplied by the Building Trade. Refer to the Fixtures
Schedule in the Architect’s documentation.

Store fixtures, fittings and appliances under cover and keep dry. Separate with clean
dustsheets or polyethylene when not in manufacturers’ own packing. Store metal fixtures and
appliances on a level surface to prevent twisting. Prevent contact with cement and lime and do
not pack in straw.

Maintain adequate protection for all fixtures, fittings and appliances at all stages.

Supply and fix all accessories, bolts, brackets, covers, jointing material, sealants, mortar and
the like for the correct installation and operation of the fixtures, fittings and appliances.

Fix accurately and securely in position in accordance with the Architect’s details and connect to
water supplies and drainage piping as required.

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C1753 - SURFACE DRAINAGE POINTS AND CHANNELS

C1753.1 GENERAL

Provide surface water drainage points (floor drains) and channels as indicated on the
Drawings.

Drainage points and channels that are to be cast into the structure shall be supplied to the
Main Building Contractor.

Maintain adequate protection for all drainage components at all stages.

Supply and fix all accessories, bolts, brackets, covers, jointing material, sealants, mortar and
the like for the correct installation and operation of the drain.

Ensure fixing is accurate and secure and connect to drainage piping as required.

C1753.2 SURFACE DRAINAGE POINTS

Surface drainage points (including floor drains, floor outlets, floor gullies) shall be cast-in type
with membrane clamping ring and/or vinyl clamp where required and removable grate.
Drainage point bodies shall be lacquered cast-iron or bronze. Gratings shall be removable and
shall be to the Architect’s specification. Removable stainless steel strainer backers shall be
provided in floor drains in kitchens and elsewhere shown on the drawings. Surface drainage
points shall be as manufactured by WADE, or equivalent.

Selection of floor drains and final setting-out shall be to the approval of the Architect.

Roof outlets shall be as above, but with domed cast aluminium, cast bronze or cast iron
grating.

C1753.3 SURFACE DRAINAGE CHANNELS

Surface drainage channels shall be installed at the locations shown on the drawings.

Surface drainage channels shall be formed into the structure by the Main Building Contractor,
with cast in frame and matching grating supplied under the Plumbing and Drainage Services
Trade.

Gratings and frames shall be cast iron.

Channel gratings and frames shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's
recommendations.

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C1755 - GREASE TRAPS AND GREASE INTERCEPTORS

C1755.1 GENERAL

Provide grease traps and/or grease interceptors as indicated on the drawings for the
pretreatment of greasy wastewater from kitchen fixtures.

Unless shown otherwise, wastewater from pre-rinse sinks and pot-wash sinks shall be
connected to the greasy waste pre-treatment system, which is to be sized and selected
accordingly.

Install grease traps and/or interceptors with disconnection unions to allow ready removal of the
unit, and with upstream and downstream drain points or test-valves.

Supply and fix all accessories, bolts, brackets, covers, jointing material, sealants, mortar and
the like for the correct installation and operation of the grease traps and/or grease interceptors.

Ensure fixing is accurate and secure and connect to drainage piping as required.

Materials of grease trap, basket, interceptor and supporting is made by stainless steel other
wise specified by others.

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C1770 - CONCRETE AND RELATED MATERIALS

C1770.1 CONCRETE AND RELATED MATERIALS

The following grades of concrete shall be used which shall comply with the relevant standards
quoted PLUMBING & DRAINAGE SERVICES – GENERAL: REFERENCE DOCUMENTS:

• Grade 1 - a minimum crushing strength at 28 days of 17.5MPa.


• Grade 2 - a minimum crushing strength at 28 days of 10.5MPa.

C1770.2 PIPE BEDDING MATERIALS

Granular pipe bedding shall be clean sharp sand approved in advance by the Project Manager.

C1770.3 HARDFILL

Hardfill for drainage works shall be AP 65 well-graded aggregate approved in advance by the
Project Manager.

C1770.4 MORTAR

Mortar shall consist of two parts of finE sharp graded sand to one part of cement measured by
dry loose volume and shall be well mixed by hand or in a suitable mechanical mixer with
sufficient water to make it slightly moist. It shall be mixed in small quantities as required. Any
mortar not used within 30 minutes of mixing shall be discarded.

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C1771 – MANHOLES, CATCHPITS & SUMPS

C1771.1 MANHOLES

These shall be of approved precast concrete manufacture and shall be installed in accordance
with the manufacturers’ recommendations.

Infiltration tests shall be carried out on manholes where required by the Regulatory Authority.

.1 General

Manholes shall be constructed in accordance with the details given in the Drawings, in the
positions and to the invert levels shown.

Where practicable, manhole inverts shall be formed with a half pipe centrally bedded in
concrete. In all other cases, the channels in the floor of the manholes shall be formed in
concrete rendered with cement mortar and finished with a steel tool and neat cement. Leaks
shall be carefully stopped and the manholes made watertight.

Benching in manholes shall be rendered with cement mortar and finished as above. Pipe ends
shall finish 13mm short of the inside wall and be plastered with cement mortar. Pipes shall be
haunched and surrounded with concrete to a minimum distance of 250mm from the outside of
the manhole. In manholes over 900mm deep, step irons shall be built into the manhole wall in
a line vertically above the outlet pipe.

Manhole roof slabs shall be set to levels to ensure the finished cast iron lid levels and slopes
will coincide exactly with the surrounding road, path or ground surface as the case may be.

Roof slabs shall be heavy duty unless expressly noted to the contrary.

Where shown on the Drawings, junctions shall be constructed into the manhole. Junctions
which are not to be connected during the contract shall be sealed.

.2 Precast Manholes

Precast manhole components shall be assembled and jointed strictly in accordance with the
manufacturer's written recommendations, and shall consist of centrifugally spun reinforced
concrete class S flush jointed pipes of the diameters shown on the Drawings. Holes for step
irons shall be factory made with step irons bolted into the manhole wall and the outer end of
the holes filled flush with mortar. The base benching and mortar shall be constructed in
accordance with the detail shown on the drawings. Connections shall be haunched as
specified above.

Manholes 2.4m and less to invert shall be constructed from one precast section. Manholes
over 2.4m deep shall have a bottom section of minimum length 1.8m. Excepting at the base, all
joints in the manholes shall be sealed with R.B.200 sealant and held together with approved
replaceable tie bolts on the inside of the manholes.

C1771.2 MANHOLE COVERS AND FRAMES

Covers for manholes outside the building line shall be of the best quality cast iron, hot-dipped
in bitumen and heavy duty pattern unless expressly noted to the contrary in the Drawings.

Covers and grates shall not rock in their frames.

Covers for manholes inside the building line shall be bolt-down, gas tight covers suitable for
infill to match the local flooring, and shall be medium duty unless noted otherwise on the
drawings. Covers and frames shall be to the approval of the Architect.

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C1771.3 STEP IRONS

Step irons for manholes shall be of]proprietary hot-dipped galvanised stepped (safety) type, ex
ϕ20mm round mild steel rod, hot dip galvanised to 0.7 kg/m².

C1771.4 CATCHPITS AND SUMPS

Catchpits, sumps and the like shall be of approved pre-cast concrete manufacture with cast in
frame, removable grating and half–siphon trap, suitable for 400kN wheel loading unless noted
otherwise and shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturers’ recommendations.

Where pre-cast catchpits or sumps are not available, the chamber walls and shafts shall be
constructed in Grade 1 concrete. The quality of materials, form work and workmanship shall be
such that on completion a smooth even surface is obtained without plastering. Walls shall not
be poured directly against the ground. The shafts shall be carried up to such height that, when
cast iron frames are set in position, the top of the frame shall be level with the finished surface
of the roadway or existing ground as appropriate, except where otherwise required.

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C1772 - TRENCH EXCAVATION, BEDDING AND BACKFILLING

C1772.1 TRENCH EXCAVATION

.1 General

Trench excavation shall be carried out to enable pipes to be bedded and laid to the grades and
levels as shown on the Drawings.

The maximum trench width from the trench invert to a height of at least 150 mm above the top
of the pipe shall not be greater than the external diameter of the pipe plus 400 mm for pipes up
to ϕ600mm, and plus 600mm for pipes over ϕ600mm.

Where, in the opinion of the Project Manager, the ground at the trench invert is unsuitable, it
shall be excavated to solid ground or as directed by the Project Manager, and back-filled with
hard-fill.

The Contractor shall ensure that the trench floor is adequately drained such that ponding or
flooding does not occur. The Contractor shall make good at no extra cost any softening of the
trench floor caused by his activities.

Prior to excavating in sealed areas, saw cuts shall be made 300mm back from the sides of the
proposed trench, and the existing seal removed to a straight edge to facilitate a neat finish on
restitution.

.2 Sub-soil Water

Should subsoil water appear in trenches, it shall be kept down below the levels of joints or
concrete bedding by means of side channels and/or pumping until the concrete has set
sufficiently to prevent damage occurring. The cost of Constructional Plant and labour in
connection with the handling of subsoil water shall be allowed for in the scheduled rates.

Sumps and channels shall be back-filled and made good to the Project Manager's approval
upon completion.

.3 Rock

Rock is defined as solid material (including boulders over 0.5m³ in volume) which in the opinion
of the Project Manager at his sole discretion cannot be excavated economically without the use
of compressor driven tools or an excavator with a rated horse-power of at least 90kW.

When a material is encountered which the Contractor cannot handle and which he wishes to
claim as rock, he shall at once notify the Project Manager who shall give his decision on Site
as to whether rock excavation shall apply.

The use of explosives shall not be permitted.

.4 Surplus Spoil

All surplus spoil from excavations shall be disposed of off the site, becoming the Contractor’s
property on leaving the site, unless otherwise instructed by the Employer.

C1772.2 BEDDING

.1 Materials

Pipe bedding shall be compacted GAP 7 granular material except where expressly detailed
otherwise the Drawings.

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Where shown, bedding shall be of weak concrete of a uniform, stiff consistency.

.2 Construction

Bedding material shall be shaped to the curvature of the invert and shall be of sufficient width
to permit effective compaction of back-fill under the haunches of the pipe. A uniform blanket of
sand 50mm deep shall cover the shaped, compacted bedding material before setting the pipe
in place.

C1772.3 BACK-FILLING

.1 General

No back-filling shall be done until laying and jointing of the line has been approved.

Heavy construction equipment shall not be operated over or near the pipes until a minimum
cover of 1.0 metre has been achieved. Any pipe moved or damaged during compaction shall
be replaced at the Contractor's expense.

Pipes laid at depths such that the distance between the top of the pipe and the underside of
the building slab structure or the underside of the compacted base-course (under paths or
roads) as applicable is greater than 1000mm do not require special back-filling. Refer also to
BS 8301. Back-fill for pipes laid at shallower depths shall be as specified herein.

.2 Initial Back-fill

The initial back-fill around the pipe and for a minimum compacted thickness of 100mm above
the top of the pipe shall be clean sharp sand. The back-fill material shall be carefully placed in
layers not exceeding 150mm loose thickness and compacted simultaneously on both sides of
the pipe by hand-operated compaction equipment.

.3 Hard-fill Back-fill

After initial back-fill as specified above, back-fill in trenches and the like with hard-fill
(aggregate that will pass through a 40mm sieve), or as otherwise specified in BS 8301. Hard-fill
back-fill shall be spread in layers not exceeding 150mm loose thickness and each layer shall
be compacted with approved mechanical compaction equipment before the next layer is
placed.

C1772.4 SURFACE REINSTATEMENT

.1 In Pavement Areas

The final back-filling shall be hard fill as above, mechanically compacted in maximum 150mm
thick layers to give a tight and smooth surface which, when swept, shall present a mosaic of
large and small aggregate, well bonded with fines.

Any seal edge previously saw-cut and subsequently damaged shall be re-cut and made good
by the Contractor at no cost to the Contract.

Prior to the construction of the seal surfacing, the whole of the area to be re-surfaced shall be
swept clean of all loose metal, debris etc. The surface of the trench shall be sealed to the same
standard as the existing surrounding surface.

.2 In Grassed Areas

Surface reinstatement shall be to the landscape Architect’s Specification.

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C4500 - BUILDING SERVICES - GENERAL

C4500 INDEX

C4501 General
C4502 Deviations from Tender Documents
C4503 Interpretations
C4504 Regulations
C4505 Reference Documents
C4506 Quality Plan
C4507 Co-ordination and Setting out
C4508 Materials
C4509 Pre-manufacture Submissions
C4510 Installation
C4511 Date Processing
C4512 Power Quality and Electromagnetic Interference
C4513 Supports and Fixings
C4514 Access and Protection Structures
C4515 Fire Stopping
C4516 Dissimilar Materials
C4517 Painting
C4518 Identification
C4519 Off Site/Factory Testing
C4520 Testing and Commissioning
C4521 Operating and Maintenance Manuals
C4522 Construction Record Drawings
C4523 Updating Existing On-Site Operational Information
C4524 Instruction of Employer’s Staff
C4525 Completion
C4526 Defects Liability Period
C4527 Routine Maintenance
C4528 Timing of Submissions

Appendix C45A Supplier’s Certificate of Compliance

C4501 GENERAL

This section is referred to in individual building services trade sections of the Specification, and
shall apply to those sections. The requirements of individual trade sections override conflicting
requirements in this section.

C4502 DEVIATIONS FROM TENDER DOCUMENTS

Receipt of tenders that comply with the Tender Documents is preferred. However Tenderers
may offer materials, equipment, workmanship, system designs or other matters of
performance, construction, quality or space requirements that differ from the requirements of
the Tender Documents.

Tenders shall list the specific material, equipment, workmanship or system designs that differ
from those specified. The tender shall be deemed to be complying in all matters other than
those specifically listed as deviations.

Should any proposed alternative require changes to any other parts of the Works, the Tender
shall allow for all costs of such changes whether to these works or other works affected. No
costs will be accepted for additional work which may be required arising from the acceptance
of an alternative.

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The Employer reserves the right, at the Employer’s discretion, to decide if any deviation will be
accepted.

C4503 INTERPRETATIONS

Review of quality control procedures shall not imply acceptance of the appropriateness or
completeness of those procedures.

Review of Supplier’s Certificates of Compliance shall mean a general review of the certificate
and determination of the acceptability or otherwise of any stated non-compliance.

Review of Contractors pre-manufacture sketches, drawings, calculations and diagrams, shall


mean only of the general performance, layout, principles and techniques involved, and shall
not be construed as implying in any way that the Works, if supplied and constructed in
accordance therewith, will necessarily perform in the required manner, nor that the co-
ordination and setting out is correct, the responsibility for which rests wholly with the
Contractor. Review of drawings shall not be construed as implying that they have been
checked for compliance with the requirements of the Specification. Such requirements shall be
deemed to have been included.

Review of Contractor's pre-manufacture samples shall mean review for suitability of


appearance and a general review of workmanship for apparent compliance with the Contract
requirements.

Review when used in relation to matters other than above shall mean a general review for
apparent compliance with the Contract requirements.

Inspection, when used in relation to on-site or off-site inspections, shall mean routine
observation to ascertain whether the Works are being carried out in general accordance with
the Contract Documents.

Such reviews or inspections with "no exceptions taken" shall not relieve the Contractor of any
of his obligations for producing materials, equipment and workmanship that are in compliance
with the Contract requirements.

C4504 REGULATIONS

The whole of the works shall comply with the latest relevant Regulations which are in force 14
days prior to the tender closing date and the current Regulatory Authority requirements at
Practical Completion. The cost of any materials or equipment and all reports, fees and charges
required to meet such regulations and requirements shall be included in the Tender whether
specifically shown or described or not.

C4505 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

Reference documents cited are deemed to form a part of this Specification. Reference to any
Standard shall include any amendments thereto, and any Standard in substitution thereof,
issued up to 3 months before the closing date for tenders. In the event of this Specification
being at variance with any provision of these documents, the requirements of this Specification
take precedence over the provisions of the document. Responsibilities of the parties to the
Contract are not altered by requirements in referenced documents.

The following documents are referenced in this and/or building services trade sections of the
Specification:

SSPC - PA 2:1982 Steel Structures Painting Council. Paint Application


Specification No. 2. Measurement of dry paint thickness with
magnetic gauges.

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SIS 05 59 00:1988 Steel preparation grades for painting.

BS 6496:1984(1991) Specification for powder organic coatings on Aluminium.

BS 6497:1984(1991) Specification for powder organic coatings on Galvanised steel.

PUIL 2011 Peraturan Umum Instalasi Listrik Indonesia

C4506 QUALITY STANDARDS

.1 General

The Contractor shall set up and maintain throughout construction, a Quality Assurance system.

The Contractor shall submit details of the system with his Tender.

The system shall ensure that the following is achieved:

• all Works are completed in accordance with the drawings and specifications and comply
with all statutory requirements
• all testing and commissioning required by this specification or the Regulatory Authorities
has been conducted and have achieved the required standards
• all inspections are conducted, checklists completed and self certified
• significant construction operations, or checkpoint milestones are identified where Works
should not proceed further until the relevant checklist is completed, self certified and an
opportunity given for the Employer to also inspect (eg: supports, insulation, making good
service penetrations and the like to be inspected and certified prior to installation of ceiling,
backfilling or other activity that prevents further visual inspection without removal of
following work
• all reports have been submitted
• all services are operational
• the works have been demonstrated to have allowed the required standards
• all warranties as required by the Contract have been submitted.

The Contractor is responsible for the supervision of the works and for all inspection and testing
required for the quality control of the Works. The Contractor’s quality system shall include the
following:

• A suitably qualified and experienced professional engineer (the Contractor’s Quality


Engineer) to manage its quality system, eg. receive, review and certify all test data and
checklists and to provide relevant quality data to the Employers Construction Monitoring
personnel.

• Checklists which are to be completed and signed off by the Contractor’s Quality Engineer
prior to each significant closing-up operation being performed.

• A monthly report on the project including all relevant quality matters eg: results of quality
control inspections and tests, problems experienced, corrective actions taken.

The Contractor’s attention is drawn to the fact that the Employer’s staff will monitor the Quality
System and make random inspections from time to time. The Employer is entitled to stop the
Works proceeding at any time if the Contractor's Quality system is deficient or substandard
work is being undertaken. Work shall not recommence until the Contractor can demonstrate to
the Employer that the necessary steps are being taken to remedy the situation. If the
Contractor cannot demonstrate to the Employer’s satisfaction that the works meets the
required quality standards, the Employer reserves the right to engage other parties to carry out
inspection. testing and remedial works and charge the cost of this work to the Contractor.

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Any inadequacy, damage or defect to the Works shall be made good by the Contractor at his
own expense. The Contractor shall submit details of his remedial works proposals to the
Employer for his review prior to carrying out the work. Failure to submit these details may lead
to the Employer rejecting the remedial works.

The Contractor shall conduct detailed checks on the Works and rectify all defects to his
satisfaction before arranging for the Employer to inspect the Works for the purpose of certifying
completion of the Works.

.2 Checklists

Checklists are to be provided by the Contractor. The checklists shall be completed and signed
off by the Contractor’s Quality Engineer and submitted to the Employer prior to each significant
construction operation being carried out. Refer to the TESTING AND COMMISSIONING.

.3 Inspection and Testing Records

Inspection and testing records and certificates shall be obtained by the Contractor’s Quality
Engineer. Records required prior to construction of an item shall be obtained and incorporated
in the checklist for that item. Records required after the construction of an item shall be
obtained within 14 days of completion of that item.

A copy of all inspection and testing records is to be included in the monthly project quality
report.

C4507 COORDINATION AND SETTING OUT

The Contractor shall install the Works according to the “Issue for Construction” drawings.
However, the Contractor shall be responsible for the detailed setting out of his section of the
Works so as to:

• co-ordinate with other Trades, particularly with respect to other building services and to the
set-out of ceilings, including area by area discussions with all appropriate trades, having all
up to date drawings with them at these discussions. If the Main Contractor’s M&E Manager
is not present at any of these area by area discussions, then brief notes of the conclusions
reached at that discussion are to be prepared by each Trade and submitted to the Main
Contractor to enable it to check that this process of setting out discussions, is working
property.

• locate the Works in the spaces allocated for the purpose with suitable access and
clearances for normal and long term operation and maintenance requirements.

Where a discrepancy exists which prevents successful setting out and co-ordination, other than
as set out under DEVIATION FROM TENDER DOCUMENTS, obtain clarification instructions.
Should the Contractor consider that it is not possible to coordinate the setting out of their work
in the space available, they shall advise the Main Contractor who shall designate which Trade
shall sketch a proposed solution and submit it to the Employer for consideration and for the
Employer to issue an instruction on how to proceed.

No account will be taken of any abortive manufacture, fabrication or installation work which has
been due to the failure of the Contractor to carry out proper setting out and co-ordination.

C4508 MATERIALS

Materials shall include all plant, machinery, equipment, and components which form a part of
the Works to be handed over to the Employer.

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All materials shall be:

• new (unless otherwise specified)


• to the latest appropriate technology
• suitable for the purpose in the specific application in which it is to be used
• proven in service in the specific application in which it is to be used
• suitable for installation in the spaces as shown on the Drawings with suitable access and
clearances for normal and long term maintenance requirements
• compatible with other materials and equipment to be used in the Works
• supported by appropriate servicing facilities and locally available spare parts

Where any material is mentioned by a trade name or by any other specific reference, it is for
the purposes of indicating suitable standards of quality (including but not limited to finish,
durability and serviceability), space requirements and structural loading for the purpose
intended, and for no other reason. Material characteristics other than those specifically covered
by the Drawings and Specifications, shall be at least equivalent to those of any mentioned
trade name, or if no trade name is mentioned, typical of the respective material kind.

Provide consistent type, brand, size, quality and appearance for the whole quantity of each
material or equipment item.

Deliver materials and equipment to the Site with the manufacturer’s label intact and with the
manufacturer’s written installation procedures. Upon receipt, ensure that they are correct,
complete and undamaged before proceeding with installation.

Store and protect all materials and equipment furnished in connection with the Works.
Protection shall include preventing moisture and foreign substances from entering the working
parts or damaging the structure or finish of materials and equipment. Make good or replace
any damaged materials or equipment from whatever cause, at no extra cost.

C4509 PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMISSIONS

.1 Supplier's Certificates of Compliance

Submit Suppliers' Certificates of Compliance in the format of APPENDIX C45A for all major
equipment items as listed under the respective Trade sections of this Specification.

Certificates of Compliance shall identify the brand, series and model number, and shall list:

• the specified performance requirements (tested in accordance with the specified


standards, or industry recognised standards in the absence of specified standards)

• all other requirements of the Contract Documents (e.g. construction details, quality details,
weights, etc.).

Certificates of Compliance shall certify "Comply", "Exceed" or "Exception" against each and
every requirement. They shall specifically certify that the equipment is suitable for the purpose
and proven in service for the specific application in which it is intended to be used.

Do not indicate Comply unless the proposed system exactly meets the specification
requirement. If Exceed or Exception is indicated, then provide a clear and concise explanation
of the variance from the specifications and the net effect this would have on the specified
system performance.

Equipment shall be deemed to comply with any Contract requirement that is not specifically
identified as a non-compliance in the Supplier’s Certificate of Compliance.

Manufacturers' trade literature may be submitted in support of, but not in lieu of, a Supplier’s
Certificates of Compliance.
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.2 Layout and System Design Drawings

Submit layout drawings of all areas, including plans and elevations. Submit layout and/or
schematic system diagrams for those items where design forms a part of the Works. Submit
other layout or detail drawings as listed under the respective trade sections of this
Specification.

Submit details of any changes to the Works as shown in the Drawings arising from the
acceptance of a deviation from the Tender Documents as under DEVIATIONS FROM
TENDER DOCUMENTS, drawn at the same or larger scale as the Drawings.

Should an accepted deviation include an alternative electrical distribution design, provide a


single line drawing giving manufacturers' reference numbers for each protection device, plus
technical data and calculations showing discrimination and the capability of the devices to
withstand expected fault levels.

The Contractor may prepare other layout drawings to assist him in the setting out of the Works.
The Contract Documents do not require the submission of such drawings. Should such
drawings be submitted they may be returned without comment.

.3 Contractor's Certificate of Compliance

For each trade, submit Contractor's Certificate(s) of Compliance certifying that the equipment
selected complies with the Contract requirements and will fit into the spaces shown on the
Drawings with access and clearances as specified under MATERIALS. Certificates shall cover
all major equipment items as listed in the respective trade sections of this Specification.

Certificates shall be submitted on an area-by-area basis where appropriate.

The objective of these certificates is to facilitate identification of any spatial non-compliances in


time to enable the most appropriate solution (e.g. reselect material, revise spatial design, etc)
to be actioned with no or minimal abortive construction work.

.4 Design Details

Submit design details as follows:

• Colour schemes of Exposed and Exterior work. Refer PAINTING.

• Identification and labelling schedule, including size, wording and materials.

• Certification that the Contractor has completed design of seismic restraint details in
accordance with SUPPORTS AND FIXINGS.

• Fire stopping details. Refer FIRE STOPPING.

• Trade specific design details as listed in the respective trade sections of this Specification.

.5 Samples

Submit samples of all materials and equipment which are intended for fixing in public areas or
are visible to the building occupants or otherwise indicated in the respective Trade sections.
No items of any such materials or equipment shall be installed on Site until this submission and
review has been completed.

Identify each sample with the project, trade, supplier, manufacturer, model number, and
applicable options. Identify non-compliances with Contract requirements.

Retain approved samples on site, in good condition, until Practical Completion.

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.6 Procedure

Submit the information and samples to the Employer for review. Refer TIMING OF
SUBMISSIONS. In addition to whatever copies of submission information are needed on Site
for use by the Contractor, submit two copies of submission information to the Employer. One
copy will be returned within 28 Working Days of receipt. Resubmit in amended form if so
ordered.

Neither failure to make these submissions on time, nor any requirement calling for amendment
to or resubmission shall relieve the Contractor of any of his obligations under the terms of the
Contract.

Retain corrected, unsoiled, clean copies of all submissions for future inclusion in Operating and
Maintenance Manuals.

C4510 INSTALLATION

Workmanship shall be:

• in accordance with best modern trade practice,

• carried out by appropriately qualified and experienced tradesmen and supervised


apprentices,

• carried out under the supervision of a competent foreman,

• to a high standard of construction and leave an efficient, robust, tidy and fully operational
installation.

Install materials and equipment in accordance with the manufacturer's written instructions.
Provide labour and materials required to clean, treat, shim, grout, adjust, alter, support or do
any other work on materials and equipment which the manufacturer, or his agent, may
consider necessary to achieve a satisfactory installation.

Provide proper connections and interfacing between relevant materials and equipment, such
as to avoid such interfacing causing damage to or adversely affecting the performance or
durability of the Works.

If materials are required to comply with product certification schemes, use them in accordance
with the certification requirements.

Where material samples are required, incorporate in the works only those materials which
match the approved samples.

Arrange reticulated services to run parallel with adjacent services, building elements, and grid
lines where possible and practical.

Ensure access to services is not impeded.

Provide for movement in both structure and services.

C4511 DATE PROCESSING

Hardware, software and firmware products and systems provided under this Contract, including
proprietary equipment incorporating date aware electronic controls or embedded microchips,
shall accurately process date data (including, but not limited to, calculating, comparing and
sequencing) from, into and between centuries, including leap year calculations, when used in
accordance with the product documentation provided by the Contractor.

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C4512 POWER QUALITY AND ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE

The Contractor’s attention is drawn to supply voltage variations at the Site which may be
expected to occur beyond the normal limits referred to in the Electricity Regulations. These
variations may include harmonics, surges, sags and impulses (spikes) and may be generated
either outside or within the installation. The Contractor must note that the complex will, from
time to time, run on on-site electricity generators.

Provide appropriate devices such as power conditioners, voltage stabilisers, harmonic filters or
surge diverters as necessary to protect all equipment installed under the Contract which may
be sensitive to supply voltage variations. The Contractor shall be responsible for the adequate
selection and provision of all necessary protective measures.

The Contractor’s attention is also drawn to the high electromagnetic environments caused by
radio transmitters used by Police, Fire Brigade, Security and other services, which may cause
premature failure of or interference to electronic equipment. Provide all necessary earthing,
screening, protection etc, so that the system will operate satisfactorily and without degradation
in this environment.

Where cable routes are not designated on the drawings, route cables so as to minimise the
effects of electric and magnetic fields on other equipment. Run single core cables in trefoil with
the neutral conductor adjacent the phase conductors. Route cables clear of computer or VDU
suites and the like.

C4513 SUPPORTS AND FIXINGS

Design or select supports, frames, hangers, fixings and the like such that they are capable of
transmitting the loads imposed, sufficient to ensure the rigidity of the assembly, and withstand
seismic loading, without excessive stress or displacement, in accordance with SNI 03-1726-
2002 (or a recognised International Standard).

Submit major support details to the Employer for review. Any secondary steel support
structures deemed necessary by the Employer shall be provided by the Contractor at no cost.

Design and fabricate support frames from mild steel in accordance with AS 4100 (or other
recognised International Standard), or as otherwise detailed. Frames that are exposed to the
external environment, or an otherwise moist or corrosive environment, shall be hot dip
galvanised to AS 1650.

Fixings to concrete or masonry shall be approved by the Employer.

Fixings to structural steelwork shall be by clamping, not by welding or drilling, except with
specific prior review by the Employer.

Use security screws for fixings in public areas that may be liable to vandalism.

Select fixings that are compatible with and exhibit equivalent or better corrosion resistance to
the material to which they are joined or held. Fixings, including bolts, screws, threaded rods,
nuts, washers, pipe clamps, saddles and the like, and steel items cast in concrete, shall be, as
a minimum, electroplated to AS 1789 (minimum 12 microns), except that where such items are
exposed to the external environment, or an otherwise moist or corrosive environment, they
shall be stainless steel, brass or hot dip galvanised to AS 1650 as appropriate.

C4514 ACCESS AND PROTECTION STRUCTURES

Provide access and protection structures as necessary to give proper access for maintenance
or protection to all parts of the Works where required, and as otherwise indicated on the
drawings. Where such access and protection structures are not detailed on the Drawings,

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design them to meet the requirements of SNI 03-1726-2002 and AS 4100, and fabricate them
in accordance with AS 4100.

Examples include, but are not necessarily limited to:

• Access to equipment suspended at high level in plantrooms.


• Access and protection bridges or covers over pipe or cable systems where they cross
plantroom access routes, carpark areas, loading docks, etc, at low level.
• Protection barriers around exposed services in areas where they may be prone to physical
damage.

C4515 FIRE STOPPING

Maintain the continuity and effectiveness of fire separations around penetrations, and in gaps
between or within fire rated building elements, by the use of approved fire stops. Fire stops
shall have certified fire resistance ratings (FRR) no less than that required for the separation in
which they are installed. Refer to Architectural drawings for the location and rating of fire rated
building elements.

Fire stop certification shall be based on tests carried out by an independent laboratory in
accordance with internationally recognised fire resistance rating test procedures.

Select fire stop materials that are appropriate for the type and size of the gap or penetration,
and for the type of material and construction used in the fire separation. Materials and methods
of installation used on site shall be identical to those of the prototype used in their FRR tests.

Fire stop materials shall generally include:

• Ducts: Automatic self closing fire dampers, fixed within the fire separation.
• Plastic pipes, including plastic water pipes: Fire rated intumescent collars (closures).
• Metal pipes: Fire seal gaps between pipes and fire separation with a material capable of
maintaining the fire rating.
• Electric cables: Fire seal gaps between cables and fire separation with a material capable
of maintaining the fire rating.

Fire stops for penetrations in hollow construction shall protect the penetration over the full
depth of the fire separation.

Fire stops shall be fixed and supported such as to:

• be restrained from moving or parting from the surfaces of both the penetration and the fire
separation during a fire
• allow for normal expansion and contraction of the services that run through the penetration.

Specific requirements for penetrations in fire rated dry wall and floor construction (in addition to
the above requirements) shall include:

• Through penetrations: Provide trimmers around penetration to support the fire rated lining
material
• Partial penetrations (e.g. for light fittings, socket outlets, switches and the like): To be in
accordance with the specific detail of the dry wall/floor system manufacturer.

C4516 DISSIMILAR MATERIALS

Prevent galvanic corrosion from occurring due to the use and connection of dissimilar metals.
Electrically insulate dissimilar metals by means of bituminised felt, rubber gasket, Teflon tape,
insulating union or equivalent means suited for the duty.

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Do not use copper pipework or equipment components upstream of galvanised or aluminium


pipework or equipment components.

Prevent copper pipework or equipment components from coming into direct contact with
cement bearing compounds.

C4517 PAINTING

.1 General

Provide protection against corrosion, deterioration, absorption of moisture and the like for all
materials and equipment.

Paint work as specified in the following sub-clauses for the relevant substrate. The following
definitions apply :

"Exposed": Exposed to the view of the public or the building occupants.

"Exterior": External to the building, or otherwise exposed to the external


environment, including beneath canopies, building overhangs
and the like.

“Corrosive Environment”: Exposed to a locally moist or corrosive environment.

"Concealed": In ceilings, floors, walls, shafts, under insulation or otherwise


concealed from view.

"Plantrooms": In plantrooms, switchrooms, and the like.

In the absence of a particular substrate specification, paint all work which is Exposed, Exterior
or in a Corrosive Environment. Concealed work does not require painting except for black
steel, galvanised steel touch up, and identification.

Paint preparation grades quoted below relate to SIS 05 59 00.

Painted materials shall in general be finished in standard colours. Qualities of finish shall be
equivalent to or better than those specified. Finishes on Exposed and Exterior work shall be
free of blemishes.

Provide painting systems for each different substrate from the one manufacturer and apply in
accordance with that manufacturer's written instructions. Keep one copy of those instructions
on Site.

Surfaces to be surrounded by concrete shall be painted 30 mm into the future concrete zone.

On request, demonstrate that the specified paint dry film thickness has been achieved, using a
Type 2 magnetic gauge in accordance with SSPC-PA2.

.2 Black Steel, Mild Steel

(a) Concealed:

As (b.) below but excluding top coat.

Black steel pipework may be painted after installation using brush, hand mitt or
equivalent. Alternatively, it may be pre-primed or mill-primed, with threads, site welds,
fittings and damage touched up after installation with two coats zinc rich paint (90%
minimum solids) for 20 mm each side.

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(b) Exposed, Plantrooms:

Surface Preparation Clean to Grade A, BSt 2 or CSt 2. Solvent clean.

Pipe Threads, Site Welds Touch up as (a) above.

Primer Modified alkyd zinc chromate/zinc oxide.


Minimum dry film thickness = 35 microns.

Top Coat(s) Modified alkyd gloss enamel.


Minimum dry film thickness = 50 microns.

Total Dry Film Thickness 85 microns minimum.

(c) Exterior, Corrosive Environments

Hot dip galvanise to AS 1650 except for black steel pipe which shall be painted as below:

Surface Preparation Clean to Grade A, B St 3 or C St 3.

Primer Modified alkyd.


Minimum thickness = 35 microns.

1st Intermediate Coat Modified alkyd primer.


Minimum thickness = 35 microns.

2nd Intermediate Coat Alkyd micaceous iron oxide.


Minimum thickness = 40 microns.

Top coat(s) Alkyd micaceous iron oxide.


Minimum thickness = 40 microns.

Total Dry Film Thickness 150 microns minimum.

.3 Galvanised Sheet Steel, Electroplated Steel, Aluminium

(a) Concealed, Plantrooms:

Painting not required except for galvanised steel touch up - refer GALVANISED STEEL
TOUCH UP below.

(b) Exposed:

Surface Preparation Solvent clean.

Galvanised Steel Touch Up Refer GALVANISED STEEL TOUCH UP below.

Primer Modified vinyl etch primer.


Minimum dry film thickness = 15 microns.

Top Coat(s) Modified alkyd gloss enamel.


Minimum thickness = 50 microns.

Total Dry Film Thickness 65 microns minimum.

(c) Exterior, Corrosive Environments:

Surface Preparation Sweep dry, abrasive blast or power disc abrade.


Solvent clean.

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Galvanised Steel Touch Up Refer GALVANISED STEEL TOUCH UP below.

Primer 2 part polyamide epoxy exterior primer compatible


with substrate.
Minimum dry film thickness = 50 microns.

Top Coat(s) 2 part epoxy gloss top coat compatible with primer
and suitable for touch up.

Minimum thickness = 100 microns.


Total Dry Film Thickness 150 microns minimum.

.4 Hot Dip Galvanised Steel, Copper, Bronze, Brass

(a) Concealed, Plantrooms, Exterior (excluding (b) below), Corrosive Environments:

Painting not required except for galvanised steel touch up - refer GALVANISED STEEL
TOUCH UP below.

(b) Exposed:

As per Exposed galvanised sheet steel.

.5 Galvanised Steel Touch Up

The following shall be cleaned and touched up with two coats of zinc rich paint (90% minimum
solids) immediately after installation:

• Threads formed in and damage to galvanised pipe.


• Welds and damage to interior galvanised steel.

All welds and damage to exterior galvanised steel shall be deslagged and cleaned to Grade B
St 3 or C St 3, heated to 160°C and the zinc protection restored with "Galv-over" rods or
equivalent.

.6 Stainless Steel, Anodised Aluminium, Chromium Plate

Clean and degrease surfaces. Painting is not required.

.7 Painting in High Temperature Situations

Where the working temperature exceeds the paint manufacturer's recommended maximum
temperature for the systems specified, paint as follows:

Surface Preparation Clean to Sa 3.


Galvanised Steel Touch Up Refer GALVANISED STEEL TOUCH UP below.
Primer/Top Coat(s) Self curing ethyl silicate based inorganic zinc.
Total Dry Film Thickness 75 microns minimum.

.8 Pipe Insulation

Concealed insulation and insulation in plantrooms does not require painting. Paint Exposed
and Exterior insulation in accordance with the insulation manufacturer's written
recommendations.

.9 Concrete Bases

One coat of masonry sealer and one coat of epoxy enamel.

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.10 Alternative Painting Systems

If any material or equipment item is painted or protected to a manufacturer's standard finish,


alternative painting procedures may be offered provided that they give a standard of metal
protection in no way inferior to that specified, and provided that damage is touched up to a
standard of protection and finish in no way inferior to that specified.

Powder coating shall be to BS 6496 (on aluminium) or BS 6497 (on galvanised steel) as
appropriate. Powder coating shall not be used for Exterior or Corrosive Environments.

C4518 IDENTIFICATION

.1 General

Identify the Works as required by the relevant standards or regulations or as otherwise


indicated herein.

Ensure colours, letters, arrows and labels are plainly visible at the angle from which the Works
are most likely to be viewed. Use English and Bahasa Indonesia.

.2 Equipment Labels - General

Provide machine engraved traffolyte or black anodised aluminium nameplates to identify each
major equipment item. Similar labels shall identify and indicate the function of ancillary
equipment such as gauges, valves (isolating - including whether normally open or closed,
balancing, regulating, check and control), strainers, water flow measuring devices, flow
switches, balancing and motorised dampers, fire dampers, switches, indicating lights,
pushbuttons, relays, contactors, fuses, circuit breakers, and other devices which provide a
manual or automatic control function, or an indicating function, or otherwise requires periodic
inspection.

Uniquely identify such items using a numbering system conforming with that shown on the
Drawings for major equipment items. Uniquely list such items in the Operating and
Maintenance Manual.

Lettering shall be black on white background, unless expressly specified otherwise.

Nameplates for major equipment shall be engraved in lettering 16 mm in height. Labels


identifying ancillary equipment shall be engraved in lettering 5 mm in height. The minimum size
for labels shall be 65 mm x 12 mm.

Attach labels by instant adhesive or rivets. Do not mount labels on removable covers. Attach
labels to valves with chromium plated brass chain.

Provide approved, printed (not embossed), self adhesive circuit designation labels on data,
telephone and power outlets. Similarly identify light switches, but also including switching zone
or function as appropriate. Label size shall be 10 mm x 5 mm minimum.

.3 Additional Requirements - MSBs, DBs, MCCs, etc.

Equipment labels for Main Switchboard (MSBs) and 400A or larger Distribution Boards (DBs)
and Motor Control Centres (MCCs) shall include equipment designation, manufacturer’s name,
type designation or other traceable identification number (to enable the Employer to obtain
relevant information from the manufacturer), busbar rating, fault level, and duration of fault.
Locate labels in a prominent position adjacent to the main switch.

Equipment labels for MSBs and 400A or larger DBs and MCCs circuit breaker and fuse switch
labels shall include:

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• name of connected sub-board or equipment


• size of circuit breaker or fuse carrier
• setting of circuit breaker or fuselink size
• connected cable size and type

For rear access MSBs, DBs and MCCs, provide additional component labels affixed inside the
panel to enable component identification from the rear.

Label each way of MSBs, DBs and MCCs with phase and circuit number.

Label motor starters with name and size of load.

Provide typed schedules, listing circuit number, fuse/mcb rating, and service, for each MSB,
DB and MCC. Insert into a plastic sleeve fixed on the inside of the cabinet door.

Provide an as-installed single line drawing of the electrical distribution system, laminated and
fixed in each switch room or control room.

.4 Reticulated Services - General

Identify pipework, ductwork, busduct, trunking, cable tray, conduits, etc with letter and colour
coding as below. Apply identification lettering and banding:

• for buried and concealed runs (including in floors and walls) - the points where the service
disappears/reappears.
• for concealed runs in ceiling spaces – every 5 m but at least once at point of entry to/exit
from ceiling space.
• for exposed runs - every 15 m but at least once within each space.

The identification lettering shall be 25 mm high, or half the height of the service that it identifies,
whichever is smaller.

.5 Cable Reticulations

Cable reticulation systems shall be colour coded as follows:

Data Green
Electrical Orange
Security Brown
BMS Light Blue
Mechanical Dark Blue
Fire Red
Public Address Yellow

Appropriately coloured cable ties may be used where multiple cable services are installed on a
common cable tray, in lieu of coloured bands and letters.

Indicate the direction of flow in pipes and ducts by an arrow of length 3 x diameter of pipe and
its insulation.
Where services are required to be painted, extend the identification band colour throughout the
length of the service, except where otherwise directed for services that are exposed to view.

.6 Reticulated Services - Cables and Terminations

Power cabling conductors shall be colour coded or otherwise identified. Ensure phase, neutral
and earth colours are consistent throughout the Site.

Label each HV cabling conductor at each end of the cable, with stainless steel punched tags
fixed with two wires or cable ties, or permanent punched PVC tags. Fix the labels where the
cable exits from the switchgear. Identify the cable number, destination and the conductor
designation.

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Label each LV main and submain cable (or conductor if they are not colour coded) and earth at
the MSB end of the cable, with stainless steel punched tags fixed with two wires or cable ties,
or permanent punched PVC tags. Fix the labels where the cable exits from the MSB, in a
position where the label can be clearly seen from outside the MSB cubicle. Identify the cable
number, destination and the conductor designation. Similarly label other large cables (e.g.
generators, chillers, etc).

Label each control wiring conductor at each termination with ferrules or other approved
methodgiving the circuit number. Self-adhesive labels will not be accepted for this work. For
multicore control cables with permanent numbering on each core, additional identification is not
required that double ferrules are used at cable junctions where a change of numbers cannot be
avoided, and provided the conductor numbering matches that recorded on the Construction
Record Drawings.

Ensure each terminal of all terminal blocks, relays, etc, is identified in a traceable manner that
matches that recorded on the Construction Record Drawings.

C4519 OFF SITE / FACTORY TESTS

Testing requirements and procedures are defined in the respective trade sections of the
Specification, under the respective equipment clauses.

Give 10 working days minimum notice so that the designated tests may be witnessed.

Use instruments that have been calibrated by an accredited testing laboratory within the last 12
months.

Submit copies of test reports recording the observations, results, and conclusions regarding
compliance or otherwise with the Contract requirements. Include type test certificates.

C4520 TESTING AND COMMISSIONING

.1 General

Carry out testing and commissioning to clearly demonstrate and record that the Works
efficiently meet the specified performances and have been successfully commissioned as a
complete, integrated and efficiently operating installation.

Supply all necessary testing equipment, measuring instruments and the appropriately skilled
labour required for conducting the tests. Arrange for the specialist subcontractors / trades and
their subcontractors / suppliers to be in attendance.

Should any test reveal a fault, correct and re-test the fault.

For major one-off tests and a sample of repetitive tests, give the Employer five Working Days
prior notice to enable him to attend.

Record testing and commissioning results on test sheets, sign and date the sheets, and submit
for review. Testing and commissioning results shall demonstrate performance within the
acceptance criteria specified. The Employer reserves the right at his discretion to accept
results which may be outside the specified acceptance criteria but which are not, in his opinion,
detrimental to the overall performance of the Works.

At completion of the Contractor’s testing and commissioning, including recording of results, the
Employer reserves the right to instruct the Contractor to carry out random sample confirmatory
tests in the presence of the Employer.

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.2 Testing and Commissioning Manual

Where required by the respective trade sections of this Specification, provide a Testing and
Commissioning Manual containing:

• descriptions of testing and commissioning procedures to be used for each equipment item
or system as appropriate
• check list of all equipment and systems requiring testing and commissioning
• pro-forma Test Sheets for each equipment item or system as appropriate
• day to day commissioning programme
• space for inclusion of completed testing and commissioning results.

.3 Pre - Testing Procedures

Prior to starting tests, ensure that:

• the installation is strictly in accordance with the Specification and Drawings


• equipment is in proper working order
• any automatic controls that might invalidate the test have been relaxed
• instruments to be used for testing are suitable for the purpose and have been calibrated
• the commissioning personnel are competent in the relevant fields
• the Testing and Commissioning Manual is available to the commissioning personnel.

C4521 OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS

.1 General

Provide an Operating and Maintenance Manual for each Trade section. Use authors and
compilers that are experienced in the maintenance and operation of equipment and systems
installed, and in editorial ability. Include all necessary information to enable the Employer to
efficiently operate and cost effectively maintain the systems.

Provide 3 hard copies of the manual.

Provide also an electronic text file of Contractor generated material, using Microsoft Word 2010
or later software. For material from other sources (e.g. manufacturers data) provide PDF files
of each document hyperlinked to the contents and headings contained within the main
document

.2 Format

Binding: A4 size, D type, 3 ring binders with black plastic or vinyl faced hard covers.

Cover Title: “LOGGIA APARTMENT”


For PT CANDRA USAHA PESONA 30 point
Operating & Maintenance Manual 24 Point
(Name of service) Services 24 Point

Spine: “PT CANDRA USAHA PESONA” 24 Point


Operating & Maintenance Manual 16 Point
(Name of service) Services 16 Point
Volume (number) 16 Point

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Lettering: Gold HELVETICA X/BOLD CONDENSED 20 UPPER CASE. Silk screen or


hot foil blocking printing process.

Paper: 80 gm² copy paper. Xerox or other long-lasting copying process.

Dividers: Use durable index tab dividers between each element, with the section
number typed on the tab and section name typed on the divider.

Contents Lists: Provide at front of each volume, listing contents of all volumes. Provide at
front of each section, listing contents of each section.

.3 Content

(a) Section 1 – Introduction

Record names, addresses, phone and facsimile numbers of the relevant consultants,
contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, specialist trades, and Employer.

Record the date on which the defects liability period will expire for each Separable Portion.

Include an explanation of the purpose of the manual and a brief description of each section
included in the manual. Describe that in general, Section 3 (Operating Instructions) details
instruction for the building owner and Section 4 (Routine Maintenance) is intended for
engineering personnel.

Provide a description of the overall installation covered by the manual.

Where parts of the installation are supplied under other contracts or by the owner, related
information shall be included in the manual or expressly excluded.

(b) Section 2 - Description of Systems

Provide a technical description of each individual system, including function, normal operating
characteristics, limiting conditions, and interfaces with other installations. Describe type and
location of major equipment.

Where parts of the installation are supplied under other contracts or by the owner, or were
existing, describe how the Works relate to those parts.

(c) Section 3 - Operating Instructions

Describe the procedures necessary to operate the plant under normal operating conditions,
plus other operations which may be carried out by unqualified personnel under abnormal or
emergency conditions, e.g. power failure.

Where appropriate, describe how best to operate the system under different conditions in order
to obtain the most energy and cost efficient operation, e.g. seasonal changeovers.

Provide notes, cautions and warnings, especially against hazardous procedures or those likely
to cause malfunctions, e.g. a caution that operating personnel should not carry out any
adjustments to control set points etc, unless they are aware of the consequences to the total
system on adjusting controls.

Describe relevant day-to-day routine operations, e.g. checking fuel levels, general inspection of
plant rooms for undue noises, leaks etc. This work, although classed as maintenance, should
be included in daily operation instructions.

Describe alarm and warning indicators and functions, and remedial action required should they
be activated, including, where appropriate, methods of overriding automatic control.

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Operating instruction shall be concise and clear such that unqualified personnel can operate
the system.

(d) Section 4 - Routine Maintenance

Provide an Asset Register listing all materials, equipment and systems requiring maintenance,
their reference number, manufacturer, model number, location and maintenance programme.

Provide maintenance schedules listing routine maintenance inspections and activities, and the
intervals at which they should be performed. Identify the persons responsible and identify any
liaison with other maintenance personnel and contractors necessary to enable inspection and
maintenance of inter-related installations. Maintenance procedures for proprietary equipment
items shall be in accordance with the manufacturer’s written recommendations, and shall
include recommendations for periodic vibration measurement and analysis where appropriate.

Provide specialist maintenance procedures. Include manufacturer’s technical literature or


reference literature included under Manufacturer’s Details.

Provide a schedule of consumables (e.g. belts, lubricant, etc.) and their source of supply.
Records shall provide all information necessary for reordering consumables without the need
to inspect installed equipment.

Provide a schedule of spare parts recommended to be held on Site, being those items subject
to wear or deterioration and which may involve the manufacturer in extended deliveries when
replacements are required. Include complete nomenclature and model numbers, and local
sources of supply.

(e) Section 5 - Equipment Details

Provide a schedule of equipment items installed, identifying make, model, location, duties,
details (e.g. serial number, speed, motor size, belt size, etc.). Provide names, addresses,
phone and facsimile numbers of suppliers and manufacturers. For systems aggregating many
minor components (e.g. controls) a schematic drawing showing all model numbers etc., may be
included in lieu of their inclusion in the schedule.

(f) Section 6 - Manufacturers' Detail

Include manufacturer’s technical literature for equipment installed, assembled specifically for
the project. Mark each sheet as necessary to clearly identify information relevant to the specific
equipment used in the installation. Do not include sales literature and the like that has no
useful content.

(g) Section 7 - Testing and Commissioning Results

Include all testing and commissioning record sheets

(h) Section 8 – Certificates and Warranties

Include product type test certificates, Electrical Certificates of Compliance, Manufacturers'


written warranties and guarantees.

(i) Section 9 - Post Completion Modifications and Adjustments

Provide space for recording post completion modifications, adjustments, etc.

(j) Section 10 - Construction Record Drawings

Include a set of Construction Record Drawings, legibly reproduced on A3 (reduced from A1).
Fold to A4 size such that drawings can be unfolded without removal from the ring binder. For
A2 drawings (reduced from A0) provide a separate A2 folder.

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C4522 CONSTRUCTION RECORD DRAWINGS

.1 General

Provide Construction Record (As-Built) Drawings recording the Works as installed by the
Contractor. Show the as installed locations and details of building elements, plant, equipment,
cables, piping, ductwork and the like. Include schematic drawings of each system.

Update existing Construction Record Drawings recording the Works as installed by the
Contractor. Do not create new drawings if it is practicable to record the work by updating
existing drawings.
Obtain electronic copies of the relevant "Issue for Construction" drawings from the Employer.

Construction Record Drawings shall be in CAD electronic format, properly draughted to scale
and clear to read. Obtain copies of Architectural Reference Files (RF's, Xrefs for AutoCAD)
relevant for the Works from the Employer. Check for consistency between the external
reference file content and the actual construction. Undertake any relevant minor external
reference file updates to suit.

Retain one “Mark Up” set of the pre-manufacture drawings at the Site. Neatly mark up all
changes to the installed work from the drawings, including all amendments under site
instructions or contract instructions, as they occur. These prints shall be available for
inspection on request.

.2 Electronic Drawing Format

All CAD files are to be in AutoCAD Release 2013 compatible format.

Any drawing showing in part or in its entirety a floor or ceiling plan, shall have the appropriate
external reference files (Xrefs and Images) referenced into it (e.g. “Xref …. attached”). External
reference files shall be attached to Modelspace with the insertion point being 0,0. Do not alter
any external reference file names. Do not include a path name to any attached file in the
drawing.

All CAD files (excluding Xrefs) are to have a single title block. The variable part of the title
block is to be an "Attributed Block", named “[Insert Client name]TITLE”. The Attribute Block
shall contain the following attributes, plus any other appropriate and necessary attributes:

Attribute Name Description


PROJNAME Project Name
SERVICE Service
LEVEL Level
ZONE Building Zone (where applicable)
DRAWNO. Drawing Number
REVNO Revision Number
TITLE1 Title line 1
TITLE2 Title line 2
TITLE3 Title line 3
TITLE4 Title line 4
CONTRACTOR Contractor’s Name (including specialist subcontractor /
trade)
FILE File Name

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The title block and Contractor logo shall be placed in Paperspace and only one “Paperspace
Layout” should be used. Insert the block on the same layer across the company’s series of
CAD files. The layers used in the attribute block are to be consistent. All other work shall be
undertaken in the Model Space environment.

Only fonts supplied with standard AutoCAD are to be used in the composition of drawings. All
objects in the drawing shall be drawn “Colour by Layer”. All objects should be separated into
consistent, logical and logically named layers.

.3 Submission

Prepare first draft Construction Record Drawings based on the “Mark Up’ set, and submit prior
to Practical Completion.

Provide final Construction Record Drawings, checked and certified correct by the Contractor, in
the form of A3 or A2 copies in the Operating and Maintenance Manual and one set of A1 or A0
prints in "Cyclopak" tubes, titled as the Operating and Maintenance Manual. Provide four
copies of all electronic files on CD-ROM. Include all external reference files (Xrefs and Images)
on the CD.

C4523 INSTRUCTION OF EMPLOYER’S STAFF

Provide any relevant instruction to the Employer’s staff to familiarise them with the Works and
enable them to operate and maintain the systems.

Run a course of instruction for the Employer's representative and staff in operating and
maintaining each of the systems. Such instruction shall be at a time and for a period as
necessary to demonstrate the operation of all systems and make the Employer's staff
competent in operating and maintaining those systems. At the same time hand over to the
Employer one copy of the draft Operating and Maintenance Manual and the draft Construction
Record Drawings, and explain the contents thereof.

Provide instructors that are thoroughly familiar with the subject matter they are to teach.
Provide all equipment and material required for classroom training.

Provide the training programme in two (2) phases.

(a) Phase 1: Prior to Practical Completion.

Provide training in:

• System and equipment layouts and functions


• Operator control functions and procedures
• Response to alarms and general trouble-shooting
• Routine maintenance procedures and frequencies

(b) Phase 2: Approximately four (4) weeks after Practical Completion.

Provide a condensed version of Phase 1 training and address any operational, system
capability, usage or other matters of concern noted by the Employer.

C4524 COMPLETION

In addition to the general requirements for Practical Completion as defined in the Conditions of
Contract, the following specific requirements shall apply for the building services sections of
the Works.

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.1 Demonstrate Compliance:

Demonstrate that the Works have been successfully tested and found to be in accordance with
the Contract Documents. Demonstration shall be by submission of testing and commissioning
results.

Where it is only feasible to complete preliminary testing and commissioning prior to Practical
Completion of a Separable Portion, complete final testing and commissioning prior to Practical
Completion of the last Separable Portion unless otherwise specified.

.2 Operating and Maintenance Information and Instruction:

In the event that the draft Operating and Maintenance Manuals and Construction Record
Drawings have not been delivered or the Employer's staff have not been instructed prior to
Practical Completion, the Contractor shall carry out all routine day-to-day oiling, greasing and
general upkeep of the items to which the manuals or instruction relate, notwithstanding that a
certificate of Practical Completion may have been issued in respect of such items.

.3 Authority Approvals & Certificates of Compliance

Completion will not be certified until receipt by the Employer of all relevant Authority Approvals
and Certificates of Compliance.

(a) Authority Approvals: Required for each relevant trade, in a form acceptable to the
relevant Approving Authority.

(b) Electrical Certificates of Compliance: Submit as required by the Approving Authority.

(c) Fire Protection and Alarm System Certificates of Compliance: Refer Fire Protection and
Fire Alarm Services Specifications.

C4525 DEFECTS LIABILITY PERIOD

The Defect Liability Period for each Separable Portion shall commence on the date of Practical
Completion of that Separable Portion, and conclude at the end of the Defects Liability Period of
the last Separable Portion.

Where any part of the Works requires defect rectification, the Contractor's obligations for that
part of the Works, and for any other part of the Works whose proper operation had been
affected by the defect, shall continue until the expiration of 12 months (unless extended under
the Trade sections) from the date of the defect rectification or until the end of the Defects
Liability Period, whichever is the longer. Notwithstanding the above, where such defect
rectification requires replacement or renewal of any part of the Works, the Defects Liability
Period for such replaced or renewed part shall continue until the expiration of 12 months from
the date of such replacement or renewal.

C4526 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE

.1 Routine Operation & Maintenance of Separable Portions

The last Separable Portion shall include the routine operation and maintenance of the Works of
previous Separable Portions, from the date of Practical Completion of each respective
Separable Portion until the date of Practical Completion of the last Separable Portion.

The routine maintenance shall be carried out in accordance with the relevant requirements of
SEPARATE ROUTINE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT PROPOSALS below.

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.2 Separate Routine Maintenance Contract Proposals

Where required by the respective Trade sections (refer TENDERER’S SUBMISSIONS therein),
Tenderers shall submit their fixed price proposal for a Routine Maintenance Contract for the
systems supplied and/or installed under this Contract. If accepted by the Employer, this
Routine Maintenance Contract will be a separate Contract between the Employer and the
respective contractors.

The separate Routine Maintenance Contract shall commence on the date of Practical
Completion of each Separable Portion and expire at the end of the Defects Liability Period for
the last Separable Portion, unless otherwise specified below.

For the purposes of pricing, use the Defects Liability Period specified in the Conditions of
Contract. If the Defects Liability Period proves to be longer than this (due to defect repair
resulting in extension of the period, or failure to fulfil other Defect Liability Period obligations by
the due date), the extension of the Routine Maintenance Contract period shall be paid for on a
fair and reasonable pro-rata basis.

Routine Maintenance shall be defined as the day-to-day routine oiling, greasing and general
upkeep not covered by the Contractor's Defect Liability Period obligations in terms of the
Conditions of Contract.

Routine maintenance shall be in accordance with Section 4 of the Operating and Maintenance
Manual and shall include replacement of parts not covered under the Defects Liability Period
obligations.

The routine maintenance contract shall include the preparation of Maintenance Report Sheets
for each individual or group of materials, equipment items and systems on the Asset Register.
The Report Sheets shall list maintenance procedures, their frequency, persons responsible,
and a column or group of columns to enable servicemen to tick off each procedure for each
individual material, equipment item or system. They shall also include space for recording
which of the weekly, monthly, quarterly, six monthly, annual, etc inspections being undertaken
by the servicemen, and space for servicemen's comments.

The Asset Register and filled in Maintenance Report sheets are to be submitted to the
Employer following each inspection together with the invoice for payment.

C4527 TIMING OF SUBMISSIONS

.1 Quality Plan

Prior to placing of the first materials order.

.2 Supplier's Certificates of Compliance (Refer PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMISSIONS)

At least 25 Working Days prior to placing of the materials or equipment orders

.3 Layout and System Design Drawings (Refer PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMISSIONS)

At least 25 Working Days prior to placing of the materials order or commencement of


fabrication or installation on Site, as appropriate.

.4 Contractor’s Certificate Of Compliance (Refer PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMISSIONS)

At least 25 Working Days prior to the earliest of:

• placing of relevant material orders, or


• commencement of building construction in areas that ould potentially be affected by spatial
non-compliances of relevant materials.

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.5 Design Details (Refer PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMISSIONS)

At least 25 Working Days prior to placing of the materials order or commencement of


fabrication as appropriate.

.6 Samples (Refer PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMISSIONS)

At least 25 Working Days prior to placing the materials order with the supplier or manufacturer
of the first item of its type.

.7 Prototype Testing (Refer respective trade sections, PROTOTYPE TESTING)

Procedures: At least 25 Working Days before testing is scheduled to begin.


Results: At least 25 Working Days prior to commencement of fabrication.

.8 Off Site Testing (Refer OFF-SITE TESTING)

Results: At least 25 Working Days before delivery to site.

.9 Testing And Commissioning Manual

At least 25 Working Days prior to commencement of testing and commissioning.

.10 Testing And Commissioning Results

Prior to Practical (or Sectional) Completion.

.11 Operating And Maintenance Manual

Draft: Prior to Practical Completion.


Final: Within 3 months of Practical Completion.

.12 Construction Record Drawings

Draft: Prior to Practical Completion.


Final: With final Operating and Maintenance Manual.

.13 Authority Approvals, Certificates of Compliance and Warrantees

(a) Authority Approvals: Immediately on completion of the Works to the extent necessary to
enable certification.
(b) Electrical Certificates of Compliance: Prior to Practical (or Sectional) Completion.
(c) Fire Protection and Alarm System Certificates of Compliance: immediately on completion
of the Works to the extent necessary to enable certification.
(d) Warrantees: With the Draft O&M Manual

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APPENDIX 45A – SUPPLIER’S CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE

(TO BE PROVIDED ON SUPPLIER’S COMPANY LETTERHEAD)

Project : Loggia Apartment, Jakarta


Service : Page _____ of _____

Equipment : Revision :

Supplier : Date :

Specification Requirement Complies Exceeds (Note 1) Exception (Note 1)


Durability
Suitable for the purpose (Note 2)
Proven in service (Note 2)
Dissimilar metals
Painting
C2201.1
C2201.2
Etc.

Relevant Contract Instructions

Note 1:

Provide supplementary pages to describe non-compliances and comment on equivalence.____ pages attached.

Note 2:

In the specific application in which the equipment is to be used.

The attached schedules list the manufacturer, series, model number, and specified and offered performance
parameters for each individual equipment item as required by the relevant Equipment Schedule. Non-
compliances are highlighted. ____ pages attached.

Type test certificates for switchboards and motor control centres that are required to be type tested, are
attached. _____ pages attached.

We certify that the offered equipment complies with the Contract requirements other than as specifically
identified above and in the attached pages.

Signed:

For and on behalf of:

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APPENDIX

MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT REFERENCE


PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE SERVICES

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MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT REFERENCE


PLUMBING & DRAINAGE SERVICES
30/11/18
No. MATERIAL / COMPONENT BRAND NAME MANUFACTURER

1 GALVANIZED STEEL PIPE 1. KRAKATAU STEEL JAPAN


2. SPINDO LOCAL
3. BAKRI LOCAL
4. SSP LOCAL

2 FITTING, MALLEABLE 1. TSP LOCAL


2. JZ CHINA
3. BENKAN JAPAN
4. RICON CHINA

3 DRAINAGE (PVC) STD. JIS 6741, 1. VINILON LOCAL


CLASS VP OR AW (10 kg/cm2) 2. RUCIKA LOCAL
3. PRALON LOCAL
4. WAVIN LOCAL / HOLLAND

4 CAST IRON (DRAIN GREASE) 1. DUKER CHINA


2. PAM GLOBAL CHINA
3. ORO PONTEGGIO CHINA

5 WATER SUPPLY DISTRIBUTION (PPR) 1. GEORGE FISHER EUROPE


2. ATP TORO ITALY
3. KELLEN EUROPE / MALAYSIA
4. AQUATHERM GERMANY
5. REHAU EUROPE

6 GATE VALVE 1. KITZ JAPAN


2. FIVALCO CHINA
3. SHOWA JAPAN

7 BUTERFLY VALVE 1. SHOWA JAPAN


2. SIAM USA
3. KITZ JAPAN
4. FIVALCO CHINA

8 P.R.V ; FLOATER 1. O.C.V USA


2. WATTS USA
3. SINGER CANADA

9 FLEX. JOINT ; SPRING M (WP. 20 Kg/cm2) 1. TOZEN JAPAN


2. VMC LOCAL / USA
3. NSV KOREA

10 PUMP 1. ASIANA CHINA


2. GRUNDFOS DENMARK - INDONESIA
3. DUNAMIS CHINA
4. EBARA JAPAN - INDONESIA
5. AURORA USA

11 SUMP PUMP 1. FLYGT GERMANY


2. DUNAMIS CHINA
3. EBARA JEPANG
4. GRUNDFOS DENMARK - INDONESIA
5. AURORA USA

12 BOOSTER PUMP (Constant Press & Vol.) 1. GRUNDFOS DENMARK - LOCAL


2. DUNAMIS CHINA
3. EBARA JAPAN
4. ASIANA CHINA

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13 GROOVED / JOINT 1. TYCO / GRINNEL USA


2. SHURJOINT USA

14 CHECK VALVE 1. KITZ JAPAN


2. FIVALCO CHINA
3. SHOWA JAPAN

15 FOOT VALVE 1. MIZU JAPAN


2. EBARA JAPAN
3. SOCLA -

16 VIBRATION ISOLATOR/HANGER 1. TOZEN JAPAN


MOUNTING 2. NSV KOREA
3. VMC LOCAL

17 WATER METER 1. FUZHOU -


CERTIFICATE : METEOROLOGI & GEOFISIKA 2. BESTINI -
3. ACTARIS -

18 WATER HAMMER ARRESTER / ELEMINATOR 1. MOOHA JAPAN


2. KKK JAPAN
3. NSV KOREA

19 FLOOR DRAIN, GRATING, ROOF DRAIN 1. KHARISMA


2. ANTASAN
3. SAN EI

20 ANTI CORROSION U.G PIPE 1. DENSO CPT-1000 HOLLAND


2. BITUMEN TAPE 1000 HOLLAND

21 FIRE STOPPING 1. PROMAT -


2. HILTI -
3. 3M

22 PORTABLE GREASE TRAP 1. SANWEL AUSTINDO AUSTRALIA


2. STAINLESS BOX LOCAL

23 PRESSURE GAUGE 1. NAGANO JAPAN


2. VPG JAPAN
3. TOZEN JAPAN

24 FRP TANK 1. TWIN LOCAL


2. INDURO LOCAL
3. MARINFIG LOCAL

25 ELECTRIC WATER HEATER 1. ARISTON ITALY / LOCAL


2. FERROLI ITALY
3. AO SMITH EROPA
4. ATLANTIC FRANCE

26 ACOUSTIC WASTE AND DRAINAGE PIPE 1. VALSIR ITALY


2. AKATHERM or NETHERLAND
3. EQUAL

27 SAND FILTER ; CARBON FILTER 1. ONE WATER


2. BETAQUA
3. BSP
4. HYFLO

28 LOW VOLTAGE PANEL


- Lighting 1. TRIAS IS LOCAL
- Power 2. PURA MAYUNGAN LOCAL
- Generator 3. TRIMULYA SA LOCAL
4. PRICE T LOCAL

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29 PANEL COMPONENT
- ACB, MCCB, MCB 1. SCHNEIDER FRANCE
2. ABB EUROPE
3. SIEMENS GERMANY
4. LEGRAND

- Contactor, Star Delta 1. TELEMECANIQUE FRANCE


Direct on line 2. SIEMENS GERMANY/USA
3. ABB EUROPE

- HRC/NH Fuse, Diazed Fuse 1. SIEMENS GERMANY


2. AEG / GE GERMANY / USA
3. ABB EUROPE

- Load Break Switch 1. SCHNEIDER FRANCE


2. SOCOMEC FRANCE
3. SIEMENS GERMANY
4. ABB EUROPE

- Cam Switch, Rotary Switch, 1. AEG GERMANY


Control Switch, Selector Switch 2. FUJI JAPAN
3. TELEMECANIQUE FRANCE

- Push-Button, Pilot Lamp 1. TELEMECANIQUE FRANCE


2. FUJI JAPAN
3. AEG GERMANY

30 MEASURING EQUIPMENT
- Transformer for Measuring 1. AEG GERMANY
2. CIC
3. CELSA, LIFASA EUROPE

- KWH-Meter (Conventional) 1. AEG/GE GEREMANY/USA


2. FUJI JAPAN
3. MITSUBISHI JAPAN
4. ACTARIS -

- KWH-Meter Digital 1. SWEDEN EUROPE


2. SOCOMEC FRANCE
3. SCHNEIDER FRANCE

- KW, Frequency, Hour, 1. GAE/GE EUROPE / USA


Ampere Voltmeter 2. CELSA, GE EUROPE / USA

31 ACCESSORIES PANEL
- Busbar, Terminals, Insulator 1. SOCOMEC FRANCE

32 CABLES
- Low Voltage 1. KABELINDO LOCAL
* Control Cable 2. KABEL METAL LOCAL
* Medium Voltage 3. SUPREME LOCAL
4. JEMBO LOCAL
5. VOXEL LOCAL

33 INSTALLATION EQUIPMENTS
- PVC Conduit 1. CLIPSAL AUSTRALIA / LOCAL
2. DOUBLE H ENGLAND
3. MK EUROPE

- Metal Conduit 1. MATSUSHITA JAPAN


2. ELPRO LOCAL

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- Spring-Connector / Las Dop 1. 3M USA

- Switch, Grid Switch Receptacle, 1. BOSS GERMANY


Metal Junction Box 2. SCHNEIDER AUSTRALIA
3. LEGRAND FRANCE
4. ABB EUROPE

- Cable Ladder, Cable Tray 1. INTERACK LOCAL


2. SPEKTRA JAPAN
3. TRIAS IS LOCAL

34 FIRE STOP 1. PROMAT EUROPE


2. 3M GERMANY
3. HILTI EUROPE

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