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1. BASIS OF DESIGN ........................................................................................................................................1
2. AIR COOLED SPLIT AIR CONDITIONING UNITS ............................................................................1
3. FANS .................................................................................................................................................................3
4. REFRIGERANT PIPING...............................................................................................................................6
5. PIPING INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................................7
6. AIR DISTRIBUTION.....................................................................................................................................8
7. INSULATION................................................................................................................................................11
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APPENDIX - II .......................................................................................................................................................15
LIST OF APPROVED MAKES FOR EQUIPMENT & MATERIALS ..................................................15
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GUARANTEE PROFORMA ................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

1. BASIS OF DESI GN

1.1 Site location. : Pune – Maharashtra

1.2 Geographic location. : 18.53 Deg N 73.85 Deg E

1.3 Altitude. : 559 Mtrs. above mean sea level

1.4 OUTDOOR DESIGN CONDITIONS

The outdoor design conditions for various months for Pune have been considered as
follows :

Summer : 38.4 °C ( 101.12 °F) DB 20.5 °C (68.9°F)


WB (mean coincidental)

Monsoon : 30.9 °C ( 87.62 °F) DB (mean coincidental)


24.8 °C ( 76.64 °F) WB

Winter : 9.2 °C ( 48.56 °F) DB 8.0 °C ( 46.4 °F)


WB (mean coincidental)

Outdoor conditions are based on 0.4% cumulative frequency distribution (ISHRAE


weather data book).

1.5 INDOOR DESIGN CONDITIONS :

Indoor design conditions for Air Conditioned spaces shall be as follows :

a. Office areas, Cafeteria, Meeting Rooms

DB : 23 ± 1 Deg C (74 ± 2 Deg F)


RH : Less than 60%

1.6 ASSUMPTIONS FOR HVAC LOADS :

Glass ( Single Glass with control films) : Solar-0.56


Transmission – 1.13 Btu/hr/Ft2. 0 F

Wall ‘U’ Value : 0.34 Btu/Hr. Ft2 .O F (Exposed)


0.30 Btu/Hr. Ft2 .O F (Partition)

Roof ‘U’ Value considering 65mm thick : 0.12 Btu/Hr. Ft2 .O F (Exposed)
extruded polystyrene.

Outside air quantity : As per ASHARE 62.1 - 2004

2. AIR COOLED SPLIT AIR CONDITIONING UNITS

2.1 SCOPE
The scope of this section comprise the supply, erection, testing and commissioning of
Air Cooled Split Units conforming to these specifications and in accordance with the
requirements of Drawings and Schedule of Quantities.

2.2 TYPE

The Split Units shall consist of hermetically sealed reciprocating / Scroll compressor,
motor, air cooled condenser, integral refrigerant piping and wiring, all mounted on a
steel frame.

Indoor unit to be installed for Split Unit within building, shall be housed in insulated
cabinet consistin g of cooling coil, blower with motor, filter & insulated drain pan.

The Air cooled condenser with fan and compressor duly mounted on a common
frame shall be installed at suitable places as per drawing with suitable angle iron /
channel frame to be provided by contractor. The suitable starters, switches, power
control cabling between Air Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit shall be included by the
contractor.

2.3 CAPACITY

The refrigeration capacity of Split unit shall be as shown on Drawings and in


Schedule of Quantities.

2.4 COMPRESSOR AND MOTOR

Compressor shall be hermetic reciprocating / Scroll, serviceable type and shall have
dual pressure stat, and an operating oil charge. The motor shall be suction gas cooled
and shall be sealed against dirt and moisture. The motor shall be suitable for
415±10% / volts or 230±10 % volts, 50 Hz, A.C. supply.

2.5 REFRIGERANT PIPING AND CONTROLS

Refrigerant piping and fittings interconnecting compressor condenser shall be all


copper and valves shall be brass / gunmetal construction.

2.6 CASING

The indoor & outdoor units shall be sectionalised / cabinet construction. Indoor units
shall be consisting of fan section, coil section, filter section, and drain pan. Outdoor
unit shall consist of condenser coil, fan & compressor. In case of split unit, the
compressor shall be mounted with the outdoor units. Each section shall be
constructed of thick sheet steel all welded / bolted construction, adequately reinforced
with structural members and provided with sufficient access panels for proper
lubrication and maintenance. Base panel shall be constructed of fabricated steel
structure provided with an under frame suitably braced. Each unit shall include one
piece drain pan constructed of 20 gauge galvanised sheet steel plate. Drain pan shall
extend under coil and fan sections with drain connections. Removable panels in fan
and coil sections shall provide access to all internal parts. Panels shall be internally
lined with 2.5 cm thick fibreglass as per section “Insulation” for the thermal
insulation and acoustic lining.

2.7 FAN MOTOR AND DRIVE

Fan motor shall be suitable for 415 ± 10% volts or 230±10% volts, 50 Hz,
A.C.Supply, Single phase, motors shall be provided with permanent capacitor.
Motors shall be especially designed for quite operation and motor speed shall not
exceed 1440 rpm.
2.8 FAN

Fan wheels and housing shall be fabricated from heavy gauge steel. Fan wheels shall
be of double -width, double inlet forward-curve, multi-blade type enclosed in a
housing and mounted on a common shaft. Fan housing shall be made of die -formed
steel sheets with stream-lined inlets to ensure smooth air flow into the fans, fan shaft
bearing shall be oil/grease lubricated. All rotating parts shall be dynamically
balanced individually , and the complete assembly shall be statically and hydraulically
balanced. Fan speed shall not exceed 1000 rpm and maximum fan outlet velocity
shall be 550 meters per minute.

2.9 COOLING COIL

Cooling coils shall be of fin and tube type having aluminium fins firmly bonded to
copper tubes assembled in zinc coated steel frame. Face and surface areas shall be
such as to ensure rated capacity from each unit and air velocity across each coil shall
not exceed 100 meters per minute. The coil shall be pitched in the unit casing for
proper drainage. Each coil shall be factory-tested at 21 Kg. per sq.cm air pressure
under water. Tube shall be mechanically / hydraulically expanded for minimum
thermal contract resistance with fins. The number of fins per cm. shall be 4 to 5.

2.10 VIBRATION ISOLATORS

The indoor and outdoor units shall be provided with ribbed rubber pad vibration
isolators.

2.11 PAINTING

Split units shall be factory finished with durable alkyd spray enamel. Shop coats of
paint that have become marred during shipment or erection shall be cleaned off with
mineral spirits, then coated with enamel paint to match the finish over the adjoining
shop-painted surface.

2.12 PERFORMANCE RATING

The unit shall be selected for the lowest operating noise level. Capacity rating and
power consumption with operating points clearly indicated shall be submitted with
the tenders and verified at the time of testing and commissioning of the installation.

3. FANS

3.1 SCOPE

The scope of this section comprises the supply, erection, testing and
commissioning of centrifugal, in-line and propeller type fans conforming to
these Specifications and in accordance with the requirement of Drawings and
Schedule of Quantities.

3.2 TYPE
Centrifugal, in-line propeller fans shall be of the type as indicated on Drawings and
identified in Schedule of Quantities.

3.3 CAPACITY

The air-moving capacity of fans shall be as shown on Drawings and in Schedule of


Quantities.

3.4 CENTRIFUGAL FAN

Centrifugal fan shall be DWDI / SWSI Class I construction arrangement 3 (i.e.


bearings on both the sides) for DWDI fans complete with access door, squirrel-cage
induction motor, V-belt drive, belt guard and vibration isolators, direction of
discharge / rotation, and motor position shall be as per the Approved-for-
Construction shop drawings.

a. Housing shall be constructed of 14 gage sheet steel welded construction.


It shall be rigidly reinforced and supported by structural angles. Split casing
shall be provided on larger sizes of fans, however neoprene / asbestos
packing should be provided throughout split joints to make it air-tight.

18 gauge galvanized wire mesh inlet guards of 5 cm sieves shall be


provided on both inlets. Housing shall be provided with standard cleanout
door with handles and neoprene gasket. Rotation arrow shall be clearly
marked on the housing.

b. Fan Wheel shall be backward-curved non-over loading type. Fan wheel and
housing shall be statically and dynamically balanced. For fans upto 450 mm
dia, fan outlet velocity shall not exceed 550 meter/minute and maximum fan
speed shall not exceed 1450 rpm. For fans above 450 mm dia, the outlet
velocity shall be within 700 meter/minute and maximum fan speed shall not
exceed 1000 RPM. High static pressure fan speed shall be as per
manufacturer.

c. Shaft shall be constructed of steel, turned, ground and polished.

d. Bearings : shall be of the sleeve / ball-bearing type mounted directly on


the fan housing. Bearings shall be designed especially for quiet operation
and shall be of the self-aligning, oil / grease pack pillow block type.

e. Motor : Fan motor shall be energy efficient and suitable for 415±10% volts,
50 cycles, 3 phase AC power supply, squirrel-cage, totally enclosed, fan-
cooled motor, provided with class F insulation, and of approved make.
Motor name plate horsepower shall exceed brake horsepower by a minimum
of 10%. Motor shall be designed specially for quie t operation and motor
speed shall not exceed 1440 rpm. The fan and motor combination selected
for the particular required performance shall be of the most efficient
(smallest horse power), so that sound level is lowest.

f. Drive to fan shall be provided through belt with adjustable motor


sheave and a standard belt guard. Belts shall be of the oil-resistant type.

g. Vibration Isolation : MS base shall be provided for both fan and motor, built
as an integral part, and shall be mounted on a concrete foundation
through resistoflex vibration isolators. The concrete foundation shall be
atleast 15 cm above the finished floor level, or as shown in approved-for-
construction shop drawings.

3.5 AXIAL FLOW FAN


Fan shall be complete with motor, motor mount, belt driven (or direct driven) and
vibration isolation type, suspension arrangement as per approved for construction
shop drawings.

a. Casing : shall be constructed of heavy gage sheet steel. Fan casing, motor
mount and straightening vane shall be of welded steel construction. Motor
mounting plate shall be minimum 15 mm thick and machined to receive
motor flange.

An inspection door with handle and neoprene gasket shall be provided.


Casing shall have flanged connection on both ends for ducted applications.
Support brackets for ceiling suspension shall be welded to the casing for
connection to hanger bolts. Straightening vanes shall be aerodynamically
designed for maximum efficiency by converting velocity pressure to
static pressure potential and minimizing turbulence. Casing shall be
bonderized, primed and finish coated with enamel paint.

b. Rotor : hub and blades shall be cast aluminium or cast steel construction.
Blades shall be die-formed aerofoil shaped for maximum efficiency and shall
vary in twist and width from hub to tip to effect equal air distribution along
the blade length. Fan blades mounting on the hub shall be statically and
dynamically balanced. Extended grease leads for external lubrication shall
be provided. The fan pitch control may be manually readjusted at site upon
installation, for obtaining actual air flow values, as specified and quoted.

c. Motor: shall be energy efficient squirrel-cage, totally-enclosed, fan cooled,


standard frame, constant speed, continuous duty, single winding, suitable
for 415±10% volts, 50 cycles, 3 phase AC power supply, provided with
class `F’ insulation. Motor shall be specially designed for quiet operation.
The speed of the fans shall not exceed 1000 RPM for fans with impeller
diameter above 450 mm, and 1440 RPM for fans with impeller diameter
450 mm and less. For lowest sound level, fan shall be selected for
maximum efficiency or minimum horsepower. Motor conduit box shall be
mounted on exterior of fan casing, and lead wires from the motor to the
conduit box shall be protected from the air stream by enclosing in a flexible
metal conduit.

d. Drive : to fan shall be provided through belt drive with adjustable motor
sheave and standard sheet steel belt guard with vented front for heat
dissipation. Belts shall be of oil-resistant type.

e. Vibration Isolation : The assembly of fan and motor shall be suspended


from the slab by vibration isolation suspension of rubber-in-shear type.

f. Accessories : The following accessories shall be provided with all fans :

i. Outlet cone for static pressure regain.

ii. Inlet cone.

Fan silencers may be provided where specifically called for in Schedule of


Quantities. Fans shall be factory assembled and shipped with all
accessories factory-mounted.

3.6 PROPELLER FAN

Propeller fan shall be direct-driven, three or four blade type, mounted on a steel
mounting plate with orifice ring.

a. Mounting Plate shall be of steel construction, square with streamlined


venturi inlet (reversed for supply applications) coated with baked enamel
paint. Mounting plate shall be of standard size, constructed of 12 to 16
gauge sheet steel depending upon the fan size. Orifice ring shall be
correctly formed by spinning or stamping to provide easy passage of air
without turbulence and to direct the air stream.

b. Fan Blades shall be constructed of aluminium or steel. Fan hub shall be of


heavy welded steel construction with blades bolted to the hub. Fan blades
and hub assembly shall be statically and dynamically balanced at the
manufacturer’s works.

c. Shaft shall be of steel, accurately ground and shall be of ample size for the
load transmitted and shall not pass through first critical speed thru the full
range of specified fan speeds.

d. Motor shall be standard (easily replaceable) permanent split capacitor or


shaded pole for small sizes, totally enclosed with prelubricated sleeve or
ball bearings, designed for quiet operation with a maximum speed of 1000
rpm for fans 60 cm dia or larger and 1440 rpm for fans 45 cm dia and
smaller. Motors for larger fans shall be suitable for 415±6% volts, 50
cycles 3 phase power supply, and for smaller fans shall be suitable for 220
± 6% volts, 50 cycles single phase power supply. Motors shall be suitable
for either horizontal or vertical service as indicated on Drawings and in
Schedule of Quantities.

e. Accessories : The following accessories shall be provided with propeller


fans :

i. Wire guard on inlet side and bird screen at the outlet.

ii. Fixed or gravity louvers built into a steel frame at the outlet.

iii. Regulator for controlling fan speed for single phase fan motor.

iv. Single phase preventers’ for 3 phase fans.

3.7 PERFORMANCE DATA

All fans shall be selected for the lowest operating noise level. Capacity ratings,
power consumption, with operating points clearly indicated, shall be submitted and
verified at the time of testing and commissioning of the installation.

3.8 TESTING

Capacity of all fans shall be measured by an anemometer. Measured air flow


capacities shall conform to the specified capacities and quoted ratings. Power
consumption shall be computed from measurements of incoming voltage and
input current.

4. REFRIGERANT PIPING

a. All refrigerant pipes and fittings shall be hard drawn copper tubes and
wrought copper / brass fittings suitable for connection with silver solder /
phos-copper.

b. All joints in copper piping shall be sweat joints using low temperature
brazing and / or silver solder. Before joining any copper pipe or fittings, its
interiors shall be thoroughly cleaned by passing a clean cloth via wire or
cable through its entire length. The piping shall be continuously kept clean
of dirt etc. while constructing the joints. Subsequently, it shall be
thoroughly blown out using carbon dioxide / nitrogen.

c. Refrigerant lines shall be sized to limit pressure drop between the


evaporator and condensing unit to less than 0.2 kg per sq.cm.

d. Sight glass with moisture indicator and removable type combination dryer
cum filter with MS housing and brass wire mesh / punched brass sheet
shall be installed in liquid line of the refrigeration system incorporating a
three valve by pass. After ninety days of operation, liquid line drier cartridges
shall be replaced.

e. Horizontal suction line shall be pitched towards the compressor and no


reducers shall be provided for proper oil return.

f. After the refrigerant piping installation has been completed, the


refrigerant piping system shall be pressure tested using Freon mixed
with nitrogen / carbon dioxide at a pressure of 20 kg per sq. cm (high
side) and 10 kg per sq. cm (low side). Pressure shall be maintained in the
system for a minimum of 12 hours. The system shall then be evacuated to a
minimum vacuum of 70 cm of mercury and held for 24 hours. Vacuum shall
be checked with a vacuum gage.

g. All refrigeration piping shall be installed strictly as per the instructions


and recommendations of air conditioning equipment manufacturer.

5. PIPING INSTALLATION

a. Design Drawings indicate schematically the location of pipes. The


Contractor, on award of the work, shall prepare detailed shop drawings,
showing the cross-section, longitudinal sections, details of fittings,
locations of isolating and control valves, drain and air valves, and all pipe
supports. He must keep in view the specific openings in the building
through which pipes are designed to pass.
Pipe shall be cut only with hack saw blades and welding rods shall not be
used for this purpose. All the pipes shall be cleaned and applied with one coat
of Zinc chromate primer.

b. Piping shall be properly supported on, or suspended from, stands, clamps,


hangers as specified and as required. The Contractor shall adequately design
all the brackets, saddles, anchors, clamps and hangers and be responsible
for their structural sufficiency.

c. Pipe supports shall be of steel, adjustable for height and Zinc chromate
primer coated and finish coated black. Where pipe and clamps are of
dissimilar materials, a gasket shall be provided in between. Spacing of pipe
supports shall not exceed the following :
___________________________________________________________
Pipe size Spacing between supports
Rod Size
___________________________________________________________
Upto 12 mm 1.5 Meter 8 mm
15 to 25 mm 2.0 meter 8 mm

d. Bull heading in water/refrigerant piping shall be avoided.

e. Pipe sleeves at least 3 mm thick, 50 mm / 100 mm larger in diameter than


condenser / ref. (with insulation) pipes respectively shall be provided
wherever pipes pass through retaining wall and slab. Annular space shall
be filled with fiberglass and finished with retainer rings welded on the ends
of the sleeve.

f. Wherever pipes pass through the brick or masonry / slab openings, the gaps
shall be sealed with fire sealant such as fire barrier caulks.

g. All piping work shall be carried out in a workmen like manner, causing
minimum disturbance to the existing services, buildings and structure.
The entire piping work shall be organized, in consultation with other
agencies work, so that laying of pipes, supports, and pressure testing for
each area shall be carried out in one stretch.

h. Cut-outs in the floor slabs for installing the various pipes are indicated in
the Drawings. Contractor shall carefully examine the cut-outs provided and
clearly point out where the cut-outs shown in the Drawings do not meet with
the requirements.

i. The Contractor shall make sure that the clamps, brackets, clamp saddles and
hangers provided for pipe supports are adequate.

j. All pipes shall be accurately cut to the required size in accordance with
relevant BIS Codes, edges beveled and burrs removed before laying.

6. AIR DISTRIBUTION
(FOR DUCTS FABRICATED AT SITE
AS PER “ BIS” STANDARD)
6.1 SCOPE

The scope of this section comprises supply fabrication installation and testing
of all sheet metal / flexible ducts, supply installation testing and balancing of all
dampers, and registers, in accordance with these specifications and the general
arrangement shown on the Drawings.

6.2 DUCT MATERIALS

All ducts shall be fabricated from galvanized steel sheets / aluminium sheets of the
following thickness as indicated in Schedule of Quantities.

GSS ALUMINIUM

Rectangular ducts upto 75 cm 24 gage 22 gage

Rectangular ducts 76 to 150 cm


and all round ducts. 22 gage 20 gage

Rectangular ducts 151 to 225 cm 20 gage 18 gage

Rectangular ducts greater than 225 cm 18 gage 16 gage

Sheet metal ducts shall be fabricated out of galvanized steel sheets. Fabrication of
ducts shall be through well conditioned Triplex lock former or multiple lock
formers, conforming to relevant BIS Codes. Sheets used shall be produced by Hot
Dip Process .

6.3 All ducts shall be fabricated and installed in workmanlike manner, generally
conforming to relevant BIS Codes. Round exposed ducts shall be die -formed for
achieving perfect circle configuration.

6.3.1 a. Ducts shall be straight and smooth on the inside with neatly finished
joints. All joints shall be made air tight.

b. Changes in dimensions and shape of ducts shall be gradual. Air-turns


(Vanes) shall be installed in all bends and duct collars designed to permit
the air to make the turn without appreciable turbulence.

c. Ducts shall be fabricated as per details shown on Drawings. All ducts


shall be rigid and shall be adequately supported and braced where
required with standing seams, tees, or angles, of ample size to keep the
ducts true to shape and to prevent buckling, vibration or breathing.

d. Self adhesive rubber lining minimum 5 mm thick instead of felt, shall be


used between duct flanges and between duct and duct supports in all
ducting installation.

6.4 All ducts shall be installed generally as per tender Drawings, and in strict
accordance with approved shop drawings to be prepared by the Contractor.

a. The Contractor shall provide and neatly erect all sheet metal work as may
be required to carry out the intent of these Specifications and Drawings . The
work shall meet with the approval of Owner’s site representative in all its
parts and details.

b. All necessary allowances and provisions shall be made by the Contractor for
beams, pipes, or other obstructions in the building, whether or not the same
are shown on the Drawings. Where necessary to avoid beams or other
structural work, plumbing or other pipes, and conduits, the ducts shall be
transformed, divided or curved to one side (the required area being
maintained) all as per the site requirements.

c. If a duct cannot be run as shown on the Drawings, the Contractor shall


install the duct between the required points by any path available, in
accordance with other services and as per approval of Owner’s site
representative.

d. All duct work shall be independently supported from building


construction. All horizontal ducts shall be rigidly and securely supported,
in an approved manner, with trapeze hangers formed of galvanized steel
rods and galvanized steel angle/channel under ducts at no greater than 2
meter centre.

e. Ducting over furred ceiling shall be supported from the slab above, or from
trusses, after obtaining approval of Owner’s site representative. In no case
shall any duct be supported from false ceiling hangers or be permitted to
rest on false ceiling. All metal work in dead or furred down spaces shall be
erected in time to occasion no delay to other Contractor’s work in the
building.

f. Where ducts pass through brick or masonry openings, it shall be provided


with 25 mm thick TF quality expanded polystyrene around the duct and
totally covered with fire sealant such as fire barrier mortar for complete
sealing.
g. All ducts shall be totally free from vibration under all conditions of
operation. Whenever duct work is connected to fans, air handling units or
blower coil units that may cause vibration in the ducts, ducts shall be
provided with a flexible connection, located at the unit discharge. Flexible
connections shall be constructed of flame retardant, water proof, silicon
rubber impregnated flexible connection atleast 10 cm long securely bonded
and flange bolted on both sides. Sleeve shall be made smooth and the
connecting duct work rigidly held by independent supports on both sides
of the flexible connection. The flexible connection shall be suitable for
pressure at the point of installation.

6.5 DAMPERS

a. Dampers : All duct dampers shall be opposed blade louver dampers of


robust 16 G GSS construction and tight fitting. The design, method of
handling and control shall be suitable for the location and service
required.

b. Dampers shall be provided with suitable links levers and quadrants as


required for their proper operation. Control or setting device shall be made
robust, easily operable and accessible through suitable access door in the
duct. Every damper shall have an indicating device clearly showing the
damper position at all times.

c. Dampers shall be placed in ducts at every branch supply or return air duct
connection, whether or not indicated on the Drawings, for the proper
volume control and balancing of the air distribution system.

6.6 MEASUREMENTS FOR DUCTING

Unless otherwise specified, measurements for ducting for the project shall be on the
basis of centre-line measurements described herewith :

a. Duct Work shall be measured on the basis of external surface area of


ducts. Duct measurements shall be taken before application of the
insulation. The external surface area shall be calculated by
measuring the perimeter comprising overall width and depth, including the
corner joints, in the centre of each duct section, multiplying with the overall
length from flange face to flange face of each duct section and adding up
areas of all duct sections. Plenums shall also be measured in similar manner.

For tapered rectangular ducts, the average width and depth shall be
considered for perimeter, whereas for tapered circular ducts, the diameter
of the section midway between large and small diameter shall be
adopted, the length of tapered duct section shall be the centre line distance
between the flanges of the duct section.

For special pieces like bends, tees, reducers, branches and collars, mode of
measurement shall be identical to that described above using the length
along the centre line.

The quoted unit rate for external surface of ducts shall include all wastage
allowances, flanges and gaskets for joints, nuts and bolts, hangers and
angles with double nuts for supports, rubber strip 3 mm thick between duct
and support, vibration isolator suspension where specified or required,
inspection chamber / access panel, splitter damper with quadrant and lever
for position indication, turning vanes, straightening vanes, and all other
accessories required to complete the duct installation as per the
Specifications. These accessories shall NOT be separately measured nor paid
for.
b. Special Items for Air Distribution shall be measured by the cross-section
area perpendicular to air flow, as identified herewith :

i. Fire dampers - shall be measured by their cross sectional area


perpendicular to the direction of air flow. Quoted rates shall include
the necessary collars and flanges for mounting, inspection pieces
with access door, electrical actuators and panel. No special
allowance shall be payable for extension of cross section outside the
air stream.

ii. Flexible connection - shall be measured by their cross sectional


area perpendicular to the direction of air flow. Quoted rates shall
include the necessary mounting arrangement, flanges, nuts and
bolts and treated-for-fire requisite length of canvas cloth.

6.7 TESTING AND BALANCING

After the installation of the entire air distribution system is completed in all respects,
all ducts shall be tested for air leaks by visual inspection.

The entire air distribution system shall be balanced using an anemometer. Measured
air quantities at fan discharge and at various outlets shall be identical to or
less/excess than 5 percent in excess of those specified and quoted. Branch duct
adjustments shall be permanently marked after air balancing is completed so that
these can be restored to their correct position if disturbed at any time. Complete
air balance report shall be submitted for scrutiny and approval, and four copies of the
approved balance report shall be provided with completion documents.

7. INSULATION

7.1 SCOPE

The scope of this section comprises the supply and application of insulation
conforming to these specifications.

7.2 MATERIAL

Thermal insulation material for Duct & Pipe insulation shall be closed cell
Elastomeric Nitrile Rubber of Thermal conductivity of the insulation material shall
not exceed 0.038 W/mo K or 0.212 BTU / (Hr-ft2 -o F/inch) at an average temperature
of 30o C. Density of the nitrile rubber shall be 40-60 Kg/m3 . The product shall have
temperature range of –40 o C to 105o C. The insulation material shall be fire rated for
Class 0 as per BS 476 Part 6 : 1989 for fire propagation test and for Class 1 as per BS
476 Part 7, 1987 for surface spread of flame test. Water vapour permeability shall be
not less than 0.024 perm inch (2.48 x 10-14 Kg/m.s.Pa i.e. µ>7000: Water vapour
diffusion resistance).

7.3 PIPING INSULATION

All refrigerant, and condensate drain piping shall be insulated in the manner
specified herein. Split units refrigerant piping insulation thickness shall be strictly as
per manufacturers recommendations. Before applying insulation, all pipe shall be
brushed and cleaned. Insulating material in tube form shall be sleeved on the pipes.
On piping, slit opened tube from insulating material shall be placed over the pipe and
adhesive shall be applied as suggested by the manufacturer. Adhesive must be
allowed to tack dry and then press surface firmly together starting from butt end and
working towards centre. Wherever flat sheets shall be used it shall be cut out in
correct dimension using correct tools. Scissors or Hacksaw-blade shall not be
allowed. All longitudinal and transverse joints shall be sealed as per manufacturer
recommendations. The adhesive shall be strictly as recommended by the
manufacturer. The insulation shall be continuous over the entire run of piping, fittings
and valves. Manufacturer’s installation manual shall be submitted and followed for
full compliance. All insulation work shall be carried out by skilled workmen
specially trained in this kind of work. .

7.4 PROTECTIVE COATING OVER INSULATION

To provide mechanical strength and protection from damage all pipe / duct insulated
with nitrile rubber as indicated in BOQ shall be covered with fibreglass fabric of 7
mil minimum thickness or self adhesive fibre glass cloth of 7 mil. thickness.

7.5 UNDERDECK INSULATION

Underdeck insulation shall be 50mm thick TF Quality expanded polystyrene (32


Kg/m3 ) or 30mm thick phenotherm. Underdeck surface of ceiling shall be cleaned
and made dirt free. Insulation panels shall be pasted on this surface with black CPRX
compound. 28g wire net shall be tightened around insulation so as to avoid any kind
of sagging. Ends of net shall be overlapping by at least 25mm. Overlaps shall be
screwed with galvanized screws to avoid rusting.
COOLING TEST REPORT (SPLIT UNITS)
PROJECT
__________________________________________________________________________________

COIL DATA COIL NO. COIL NO. COIL NO. COIL NO.
System Number
Location
Coil Type
No. Rows Fins/In
Manufacturer
Model Number
Face Area, Sq.Ft.

TEST DATA DESIG ACTUA DESIG ACTUA DESIG ACTU DESIG ACTUA
N L N L N AL N L
Air Qty. CFM
Air Vel.FPM
Press.Drop In.
Out.Air DB/WB
Ret. Air DB/WB
Ent.Air DB/WB
Lvg.Air DB/WB
Air AT
Waer flow.
GPM
Press.Drop.PSI
Ent.Water Temp
Lvg .Water
Temp
REF. AT
Exp.Valve/Refri
g
Refrig.Suction
Pr.
Refrig.Suct.Tem
p
Inlet Steam
press.
REMARKS.

TEST DATE ________________________________ READINGS BY


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FAN TEST REPORT

PROJECT_________________________________________________________________________

FAN DATA FAN NO. FAN NO. FAN NO.


Location
Service
Manufacturer
Model No.
Serial No.
Type / Class
Motor Make / Style
Motor H.P/RPM/ Frame
Volts/Phase/Cycles
F.L Amps.
Motor pully Diam./Bore
Fan pully Diam./Bore
No. Belts/ Make/Size
Pully Distance.

TEST DATA DESIG ACTUA DESIG ACTUA DESIG ACTUA


N L N L N L
CFM
FAN RPM
S.P IN/OUT
TOTAL S.P
T T T T
Voltage 1 2 2 3
T T
3 1
Amperage T1 T2 T3

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PPENDIX - II

LIST OF APPROVED MAKES FOR EQUIPMENT & MATERIALS


(As Listed Alphabetically)

S.No. Details of Materials / Equipment


Manufacturer’s Name

1. Split Units / Package Unit Blue Star


Carrier (only Split AC unit)
ETA
Voltas

2. Centrifugal Fan Chaysol


Comefri
Kruger
ebm-Nadi
Nicotra

3. Axial Flow Fan Kruger


Nuaire
Systemair
ebm-Nadi
Nicotra

4.. Inline / Propeller Fan / Roof extractor Chaysol


Fan Nuaire
Systemair
Alstom
ebm-Nadi

5. GI Sheet ESSAR
Jindal
SAIL
TATA
Lloyd

6. Smoke / Fire/ Volume Gryfit


control Damper Ruskin
Airmaster
Caryaire
Conaire
George Rao
Ravistar

7. Anchor Fastener Fischer


Hilti
SHAKTI

8 Thermal Insulation:

Closed Cell Elastomeric nitrile rubber Armacell - Armaflex


along with adhesive K-Flex
A-Flex

S.No. Details of Materials / Equipment


Manufacturer’s Name
9. Acoustic insulation: Owens Corning
Fibre glass UP Twiga

10. Expanded Polystyrene (TF Quality) Beardsell


Coolite
DEBS Products
Styrene Packaging
Tosiba

11. Protective Coating over Closed Cell Armacell Armachek


Elastomeric – Fibreglass Woven Cloth Paramount
UP Twiga

12. Fire Sealant BTHM Engineering


Birla 3 M
Hilti
Promat