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Specification of HVAC works for Cell Bank at NCCS, Pune SECTION-1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION & DESIGN BASE 1.

1 SCOPE(General) This specification, together with schedule of quantities and tender drawing encl osed, covers the design, manufacture, assembly & testing at manufacturer's works , delivery at site, installation, testing & commissioning into service, carrying out all acceptance tests, for VRV/VRF air-conditioning and ventilation systems. 1.2 LOCATION The proposed building for NCCS is located at Pune University Complex at Pune. 1.3 Areas to be air-conditioned are as per enclosed drawings : a) DCSE/EM-DS/C.BANK-NCCS/HVAC/01/588-R3 for Ground, First & Second floor H VAC VRF System layout plan. b) DCSE/EM-DS/C.BANK-NCCS/HVAC/02/721-R1 for VRV/VRF A.C. Refrigerant flow schematic diagram and electric schematic diagram. 1.4 Base of Design & system proposed : 1.4.1 Based on NCCS revised air conditioning requirements, the following floor wise areas were considered to provide air conditioning system with VRV/VRF HVAC considering refrigerant R410 A for the following floor areas : a) Ground floor area - approx. 80 sq. m b) First floor area - approx. 225 sq. m c) Second floor area - approx. 175 sq. m The total floors air-conditioning area approx. 480 sq. m as per the architectura l drawing and based on local climate conditions tabulated below. The HVAC loads were worked out to 60 TR. 1.4.2 Internal Loads considered: a) Lighting load: 20 W per sq. m b) Equipment load: 80 W per sq. m c) People: Approx. 20 persons in ground floor, 22 persons in first floor & 16 persons in second floor. 1.4.3 Indoor Conditions for AC areas: Temperature : 24 20C RH: Not exceeding to 55 % RH Fresh air intake: 1 air changes per hour or 15 CFM per person whichever is highe r. Supply air quantity with conventional filters. 1.5 Scope The air-conditioning and ventilation system shall mainly consist of following equipments and accessories (as per Schedule of Quantities) : 1.5.1 It is proposed to provide VRV/VRF HVAC system by providing 2 sets of 40 HP outdoor units, working on refrigerant R-410A or equivalent CFC free refrigera nt, located at the terrace of proposed cell bank building. 1.5.2 Cassette type indoor units of different capacities. 1.5.3 Refrigerant piping, control & power cabling. 1.5.4 Electrical power & control panel. 1.5.5 Insulated condensate drain piping system. 1.5.6 G.I. fresh air ducting. 1.5.7 VRV/VRF system Centralised PC based controller. 1.5.8 Any other works for satisfactorily completion of work shall be in the sc ope of the HVAC Contractor including civil works like making and closing of hole s etc. General Specification 2.1 SCOPE This scope under general conditions together with the tender drawings, covers th e design, manufacture, assembly and testing, packing for transport to site, tran sport, loading and unloading, handling of equipment at site, erection, testing a nd commissioning into service, carrying out all the acceptance tests and handing over the VRV/VRF HVAC system to Department. 2.2 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION The building details are available with the Department. Agency may collect relev ant data for reference.

2.3 MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP All materials used shall conform to the requirements of materials specified in t his specification. Where material requirements are not specified they shall conf orm to the applicable standards and codes approved by the Department. All materi als shall be new free from defects and first class in all respects. Parts shall be free from flaws and objectionable imperfections and shall be machined true in a workman like manner. No deviations from the specified materials are permissib le. Wherever materials are not specifically called out, they shall be properly s elected by the contractor to the best standards for the particular application a nd with the prior approval of the Department. 2.4 STANDARDS & CODES The design, manufacture and performance of equipment shall comply with all curre ntly applicable statutory regulations and safety codes in the locality where the equipment will be installed. The equipment shall also conform to the requiremen t of the latest editions of applicable IS/ B.S Standards and CFO clearances if r equired. The contractor shall refer the relevant sections of this specification for equipment standards and codes. Nothing in this specification shall be constr ued to relieve the contractor of his responsibility. 2.5 TENDER DRAWINGS 2.5.1 List of Tender Drawings are enclosed which have been prepared by the Dep artment showing the locations & system equipment layout & schematic diagram for VRV/F HVAC system works. 2.5.2 The equipment layout, duct layout & pipe work as shown in the drawings r epresent a feasible scheme based on space available and equipment necessary the contractor may be, rearranged in the space allocated subject to the approval by the Engineer-in-charge. 2.5.3 These drawings are not meant as working drawings. The contractor shall p repare detailed working drawings and got them approved by the Department (DCSEM) before starting the work. After completion of work, the contractor shall have t o submit "As built drawings" minimum six hard copies each along with the soft co pies which will be kept by the department. 2.5.4 Where the drawings and specification conflict, the most stringent shall be followed. The instruction of EIC shall be final & binding. The Tenderer shall p oint out all deviations from the drawings and specifications in their offer and shall specifically confirm works not included in the scope. Nothing extra shall be payable on any account thereafter. 2.6 INSTRUCTIONS The contractors proposal must include everything required to make a complete wor king of the system with all statutory approval whether specifically shown and sp ecified or not including all labour and material, transportation etc. necessary for the complete installation of everything described and provided to complete t he system and ready for Owner's use. It shall be the responsibility of tenderer to check the suitability & site constrains for installing the system at site. Any apparatus, appliance material and labour which may be necessary to complete the work in accordance with the intent or purpose of these specifications and as instructed by EIC. The execution of the project shall be furnished by the contr actor without extra cost irrespective of specifically specified in and / or show n on the drawings, or not. The work shall be done in conformity to the specifications, accompanying drawing s and with the requirement of the general, architectural and structural plans & other regulatory & statutory bodies including CFO, if required. 2.7 INSPECTION AND TESTING (GENERAL) The contractor shall perform all tests and inspection necessary to ensure that t he material and workmanship conform to the requirements of the contract includin g fabrication drawings approved by the Department or their authorized representa tives. 2.7.1 The contractor shall perform all tests and inspection necessary to ensur e that the material and workmanship conform to the requirements of the contract including fabrication drawings approved by the Department or his authorized repr esentative.

2.7.2 The Department or his authorized representative shall have access to the contractor's or sub-contractor's works at all reasonable time to determine comp liance with the provisions of this specification and /or to witness the contract or's inspection and tests. 2.7.3 All tests covered by this specification shall be subject to inspection a nd approval by the Department. 2.7.4 The contractor shall maintain records of all inspection works carried ou t in his works or in his sub-contractor's works. Copies of such records shall be made available to the department upon request and shall become the property of the Department. A procedure for the repair of defects shall submit to the Depart ment for approval, prior to any repair modifications being made. If the previous quality test and inspection are impaired by the subsequent repai rs, the work shall be re-inspected and re-tested to the satisfaction of the Purc haser or his authorized representative. Equipment found unsatisfactory as to wor kmanship or material shall be removed by the contractor and replaced to the sati sfaction of Department at no extra cost. 2.7.4 All materials of components, castings, equipments, piping, instruments e tc. shall be tested & inspected in the presence of EIC or his authorized represe ntative. Test certificates of all imported components shall be made available fo r approval of the Department. 2.7.5 Final acceptance will be after the equipment is installed and tested at site to give satisfactory performance. 2.7.6 The Contractor shall provide the Department's Inspectors office faciliti es, necessary equipment and tooling instruments, drawings and personnel etc. req uired for inspection of the work. 2.7.7 Strict measures of quality control shall be exercised throughout the wor k. 2.7.8 Static and dynamic balancing of all rotating parts shall be conducted in the presence of the EIC or his authorised representative. 2.7.9 The contractor shall submit the following documents before acceptance (s ix sets). 1) All the tests observations & calculation. 2) All the operation & maintenance manuals. 3) Leaflet & literature 4) Test Certificate 5) Guarantee Certificate 6) Person to be contacted during Guarantee period. 7) As-built drawings with soft copy. 2.8 TEST AT SITE 2.8.1 During site fabrication, the pipe branches, elbows etc., shall be inspected and the joints and connections are to be checked before they are assem bled in position. After assembly, the system shall be checked for leakage, vibra tion and noise. 2.8.2 After the complete erection of the system with all accessories are insta lled at site, these shall be tested as per applicable codes (unless otherwise sp ecified) to check and access their functional performance. The test to be conduc ted at site in the presence of the EIC or his representative, shall include but not limited to the following : (a) To check capability to deliver rated capacity and power consumption and perf ormance factor after the installations of entire piping, ventilation, ducting et c. (b) To check capability of piping systems to deliver rated capacities after the installation of the valves & entire piping networks alongwith required capac ities. (c) To check proper and continuously reliable operation of the system equipm ents & controls regulating the equipment for a period of minimum seventy two (72 ) hours, after the complete installation of system. (d) Leak testing of the pipework, fittings, connections etc. as applicable. (e) To check noise and vibrations etc. (f) Any other tests as required to check compliance with specification and s ystem requirements by statutory bodies & CFO & any other local authority for the se systems in services. 2.8.3 All required instruments consumables & services for the above tests shall

be provided by the contractor. 2.9 SPARES AND TOOLS 2.9.1 Spares: The contractor shall offer a complete list of recommended spare parts for the eq uipment supplied along with the item wise costs for the three years satisfactory maintenance of the System. 2.9.2 Tools: All special tools required for operation and maintenance of the system shall be supplied by the contractor at agreed cost. 2.10 GUARANTEES 2.10.1 Equipment Guarantee: The contractor shall guarantee the trouble free & efficient performance of the S ystem for design capacity. One year period (excluding shut down period due to fa ult) from date of acceptance will be treated as guarantee period. Contractor wil l have to attend all the faults and replace all material (including consumables like refrigerant oil etc.) free of cost during guarantee period. Major equipment parts will have to be guaranteed for further one year, from the date of replace ment. Any leakage of lubricants due to defective manufacturing or bad workmanshi p shall also be made good by the contractor free of charge. 2.10.2 The contractor shall further guarantee that the system for optimum opera tion, the power consumption shall not exceed, under any operating conditions the value specified in the Technical Data Sheets 2.10.3 No inspection & clearance either in verbal or written shall relieve cont ractor of his responsibility & guarantee. 2.11 TECHNICAL DATA Technical data of all equipments shall be furnished as required. 2.12 AFTER SALE SERVICE The contractor shall ensure adequate and prompt after sales service in the form of maintenance personnel and spares as and when required with a view to minimizi ng the break down period. Particular attention shall be given to ensure that all spares are easily available during the normal life of the system. 2.13 INSURANCES The bidder shall insure at his own cost all the men and materials during Transit from his factory to the execution site till the systems are handed over to the department including damage done to others as per work order specification and S chedule of quantity, drawings. The most stringent shall only be followed. TECHNICAL SPECIFICTION FOR VARIABLE REGRIGERANT FLOW SYSTEM 3.1 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION The variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) System should be air cooled, similar to spil t type air conditioning system consisting of singular condensing unit connected to multiple indoor units, each having the capability of individual set point con trol & the Condensing unit should incorporate multiple scroll compressors to obt ain approx. 10% to 100% capacity control. The indoor units should be provided wi th Cordless Remote Control as a standard accessory. The VRF system shall have Micro Processor. The entire HVAC system shall be possi ble to control from a single PC. The PC shall be loaded with the suitable softwa re to control & monitor the following features: a. Temperature of air in the room / area served by any indoor unit. b. Indication of number of indoor units and outdoor units working. c. On / off of individual indoor units. d. It shall be possible to change the setting of temperature of indoor unit s. e. To start / stop any indoor unit at preset times and it shall be possible to change the time settings. f. The micro processor / PC software shall be compatible with the BMS for a uto operation / control. 3.2 AMBIENT CONDITIONS To be capable of operating within a wide range of ambient temperatures. The Cond ensing units should be capable to provide cooling within an ambient range of (-) 5 Deg. C to 45 Deg. C DB. The regulation in Refrigerant flow is to be achieved

by Scroll Compressors head pressure control (by varying fan speeds) & hot gas by pass connection etc. 3.3 REFRIGERANT The Entire Condensing unit and Evaporating unit should be factory assembled and tested. The units should come with an initial charge of refrigerant R410a or equ ivalent of CFC free from the factory. Any additional required refrigerant shall be added at site free of cost and loss of refrigerant due to defect of equipment or workmanship shall also be filled up free of cost even during the guarantee p eriod. 3.4 REFRIGERANT PIPING DISTANCE LIMITS To be capable of refrigerant piping runs up to 150m between the condensing unit and indoor units with 50m level difference without any oil traps or double riser s. The oil Equalizing line should be inside the Condensing unit, to avoid 'inver ted' oil traps at site. The level difference between indoor units connected to t he same refrigerant circuit can be extended to 15m. 3.5 REFRIGERANT PIPEWORK The scope of Refrigerant Piping work shall include Supply, installation, testing and commissioning all interconnecting pipe work between the condensing unit & i ndoor units. Use refrigerant quality seamless copper tubes with brazed connectio ns and the appropriate Distribution joints and headers. The piping should be rou ted at site in such a manner, that brazed joints in the Refrigeration Piping are kept to a minimum. Test reports of refrigerant pipes to be provided as per IS 1 0773 - 1995 and IS 5493 -1981. All the refrigerant pipes are to be tested for it s conformation to relevant IS. 3.6 JOINT ORIENTATION Install the proprietary Distribution refrigeration pipe joints and headers in an appropriate orientation to enable correct distribution of refrigerant. The Dist ribution joints shall be factory insulated with pre-formed sections of expanded Polystyrene / equivalent. 3.7 CLEANLINESS OF PIPING All pipe work must be kept clean and free from contamination to prevent breakdow n of the system. Seal all pipe ends and keep sealed until immediately prior to m aking a joint. 3.8 PRESSURE TESTING After complete installation of refrigerant, pipe work shall be pre-pressure test ed and repaired if necessary and further pressure tested to hold 1.5 times of wo rking pressure for a minimum 24 hours with dry nitrogen prior to insulating the joints. After satisfactory testing, the refrigerant pipe shall be evacuated and dehydrated to (- 755 MM HG) and hold for one to four hours depending on the pipe length. 3.9 ADDITIONAL CHARGE Additional refrigerant charge weight must be calculated based on the actual leng th of the refrigerant pipe work. The refrigerant charging process must be carrie d out with an appropriate charging station and under supervision of Engineer-incharge. 3.10 PIPING INSULATION Insulate all suction lines in the Refrigerant pipe work with slip on closed cell Nitrile Rubber electrometric pipe insulation having a wall thickness of not les s than 19mm. Insulation must be protected when exposed to the atmosphere by spec ial paint & mechanical covering. Glue all insulation (after pressure and leak te sting) to provide a complete seal to prevent any condensation. 3.11 FIXING PIPE WORK Fix and support pipe work at a minimum of 2.5 meter centers suitable saddling ar rangement. Cover the exposed Refrigerant pipes on the terrace with openable GI C able trays / walk able platform as per drawing & SOQ. 3.12 INDOOR UNITS The indoor units shall be Hi-Wall / Cassette type as shown in drawings and site constraint. All indoor units shall be provided with Cordless Remote controllers for easy operation. ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE

Each indoor unit shall be fitted with an electronic expansion valve which contro ls the refrigerant flow in response to the load variations in the room. The elec tronic expansion valve is to be controlled via a computerized control sensing th e return air temperature, refrigerant inlet and outlet temperatures. During the cooling operation the electronic expansion valve controls the refrigerant superh eat degree at the evaporator. INDOOR UNIT FANS Direct driven DIDW multi-blade type blower statically and dynamically balanced t o ensure low noise and vibration free operation. The noise level shall not excee d 50 DBA. COOLING COILS To be direct expansion constructed from copper tubes expanded into Aluminium fin s to form a rigid mechanical bond. 3.13 SUPPLY AIR DISCHARGE LOUVERS The indoor units shall be provided with auto swing of the supply air louvers for cassette and under ceiling type indoor units. The louvers should be capable of providing continuous swing operation or to be fixed in any direction required. 3.14 UNIT CONTROL BOARD It shall Include in the indoor unit a printed circuit board complete with, addre ss switches for a variety of operation controls, emergency operation switch and fault / operation indication LED's. The fan motors shall be thermally protected. 3.15 UNIT CASING The indoor unit casing (ceiling mounted units) to be fully insulated and sealed to prevent condensation. 3.16 CONDENSATE DRAIN The Drain connection of each indoor unit to the main Header should be of Min.25m m dia. The header pipe should be of 40mm dia. The drain pipe should be of hard P VC, whereas the connection of the indoor unit to the hard PVC pipe / GI pipings shall be with flexible braided pipe. The drain piping should be insulated with 1 3 mm thick tubular Nitrile Rubber Elastomeric insulation and the cassette type u nits shall be provided with condensate drain water pump it should lift the water to the drain headers automatically. 3.17 UNIT CONTROL In case of individual and group control, set the addresses of each indoor unit t o minimize commissioning time. In case of centralized control, set the addresses by the remote controller. 3.18 CONDENSING UNITS To be fully weatherproofed, factory assembled and pre-wired with all necessary e lectronic and refrigerant controls. Construct the casing from mild steel panels coated with a baked enamel finish and powder coatings. The condenser coil fins s hall be provided with a corrosion resistant finish. 3.19 LARGER CONDENSING UNITS Incorporate minimum 2 compressors in condensing units above 7.5 HP with at least one variable speed Scroll type compressor. 3.20 MODULER DESIGN Allow for side by side installation by the modular design of the condensing unit s. 3.21 FAN MOTOR SPEED CONTROL The condensing unit fan motors to have at least two speed operations to maintain constant head pressure control in all ambient temperatures and modes of operati on. 3.22 COMPRESSORS Compressors shall be highly efficient hermetic scroll/inverter type. The Scroll shall be compressors with electronic controls, capable of loading and unloading to follow the variations on cooling loads, using the latest axial compliant seal ing technology. The microprocessor panel should incorporate control for precise monitoring of status of the system. The electromagnetic interference & conversio n losses shall be minimized. 3.23 REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT The refrigeration circuit shall be completed for the condensing units with refri

geration compressors, motors, fans, condenser coils, electronic expansion valve, solenoid valves, 4 way refrigerant valve, distribution headers, capillaries, fi lters, shut down valves, service ports, receivers and accumulators and all other components which are essential for safe and satisfactory operation. 3.24 SAFETY DEVICES Provide the following safety devices as a part of the outdoor unit. High pressur e switch, fuses, crank case heater, fusible plug, over current protector. 3.25 OIL RECOVERY Equip the unit with an oil recovery system to ensure stable operation for system s with long refrigerant piping. 3.26 CONTROL Use computerized control to maintain a correct form of temperature. For the indo or units incorporate an on /off switch, fan speed selector, thermostat setting a nd liquid crystal display which indicates temperature setting. Operational mode, malfunction codes etc. 3.27 INDOOR UNIT CONTROL Accomplish by the use of individual controllers for each indoor unit. 3.28 FAULT DIAGNOSIS The system shall be equipped with a diagnostic function for quick and easy maint enance and service. 3.29 NOISE LEVEL The contractor shall ensure that systems provided shall not cause or exceed foll owing noise levels: (a) 1 m away from outdoor units - 70 dba (b) 1 m away from indoor units - 50 dba Contractor should clearly state any special treatment if necessary to achieve ab ove noise levels. 3.30 VIBRATION LEVELS The contractor shall ensure that systems shall not cause or exceed the vibration levels and they shall be within limits as per standards. 4.0 REFRIGERANT JOINTS (REFNETS) All the refrigerant joints shall be proprietary in nature from the main VRV/VRF supplier. It should have one inlet and two outlet connections, both for suction and liquid line of respective size of the refrigerant piping along with its insu lation. The refrigerant joint should be designed and supplied by the supplier of VRV/VRF indoor and outdoor unit manufacturer. 5.0 CENTRAL REMOTE CONTROLLER Central Remote Controller shall be supplied as specified in the "Schedule of Qua ntities". Following functions shall be possible; Control not less than 64 indoor units in each controller and not less than 16 ou tdoor units in each controller Zone control Malfunction code display All the functions available with wired remote controller It should be possible to wire the remote to 1000 m 6.0 REFRIGERANT PIPING Piping shall be refrigerant grade hard copper piping as required. Pipe jointing shall be done using special fittings. Refnet joints supplied by VRV/VRF manufact urer shall be provided where required. Piping .jointing shall be of the brazed type. The piping shall be tested at 30 k g/cm2. The indoor and outdoor units shall be connected with refrigerant piping. All pip ing connections for the units should be performed inside the unit. The refrigera nt piping should be insulated with 19 mm thick Nitrile rubber insulation. Brazing shall be carried out to the requirements of relevant code of practice us ing silver soldered brazing rods. Compression fittings will not be accepted on r efrigerant pipe work. After insulation of the complete piping the same shall be tested with nitrogen at 450 psi pressure. After successful pressure testing of the pipe work the same shall be vacuumed an

d vacuum shall be maintained for 8 hours, vacuum shall be achieved using a vacuu m pump. The vacuum shall be broken by refrigerant. This exercise shall be carrie d out twice before the department's representative before charging the refrigera nt in the circuit. All connections of refrigerant piping shall be in high grade copper of refrigera tion quality. 7.0 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: Provide building management system with the VRV/F system. The VRV/F system supplied must be provided with PC based air conditioning manage ment system, from the supplier of VRV/F equipments. The required hardware must b e selected, suitable for upto minimum 40 indoor units and 06 nos. of outdoor uni ts. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR AIR DUCTS 4.1 SHEET METAL WORK (DUCT WORK) (Wherever applicable) The Contractor shall supply, install and test all metal duct work complete with air balancing and commissioning as shown in drawings. The tender drawings are no t meant as working drawings. On the award of contract, the contractor shall prep are his own detailed working drawings. All such working drawings shall be approv ed by the Department. The duct work shall commence only after such approval is o btained from the Engineer. 4.1.1 Duct work Sheet Metal Duct shall be made of galvanized steel sheets. Galvanized steel sheets shall con form to IS: 277-1965 Class 6\7. 4.1.2 Installation The duct fabrication and installation shall generally conform to IS 665-1963. Th e Contractors shall provide and neatly erect all sheet metal work a as shown on drawings as may be required to carryout the intent of these specifications and T ender drawings. All necessary allowances and provisions shall be made by the Con tractor for beams, pipes or other obstruction in the buildings whether or not th e same shown on the drawings. Where necessary to avoid beams or other structural work or plumbing or other pipes or conduits, the ducts shall be transformed, di vided or curved to one side the required area being maintained. All metal work i n dead or furred down spaces shall be erected in time at no occasion to delay to other contractors work in the building. Ducting over false ceiling shall be supported from the slab above and from beams . In no case shall the duct be supported from the false ceiling hangers or be pe rmitted to rest on ceiling. If a duct cannot be run as shown on the drawing the Contractor shall install the duct between the required points by any path available subject to the approval of the EIC. All ducts shall be rigid and shall be adequately supported and braced where requ ired with standing seams, tees or angles should be of ample size to keep the duc ts true to shape and prevent buckling vibrations or breathing. All joints shall be made air tight and all interior surfaces shall be smooth. Be nds shall be made with radius not less than one half the widths or the duct or w ith scientifically designed interior curved vanes, as approved. The vane shall b e so placed that the aspect ratio of each of the individual elbow formed by the vanes will be about five. All sheet metal connection, partitions and plenums required to continue the flow of air to and through the filters and fans, shall be constructed of 18G galvani zed steel sheets thoroughly stiffened with adequate thick MS angle iron braces a nd fitted with all necessary doors and as required by the Engineer-in-charge to give access to all parts of the apparatus. Doors shall not be less than 450 mm x 450 mm in size. Where metal ducts or sleeves terminate in woodwork, brick or masonry openings, a ir tight joints shall be made by means of closely fitted heavy flanged collars. Doors shall be set in ducts and air plenums for access to pipes dampers, coils, valves, etc. Doors shall be provided with suitable latches. All access doors in the duct work shall be air tight.

The Fresh air handling units / HRV units, supply air grills shall be connected t o duct work by inserting at air inlet and air outlet double canvas sleeve / flex ible air ducts as required. Each sleeve shall be 100 mm long minimum securely ba nded and bolted to duct and units. Each sleeve shall be made smooth and the conn ecting duct work rigidly held in line with unit inlet or outlet. Duct shall be supported by means of painted MS rod or angle (min. 12 mm dia) or angle suspenders hung from RCC slab by means of expansion bolts or anchor fasten ers min. 12 mm dia. 4.1.3 Testing After the ducting installation is completed, all duct system shall be tested for air leakage, structural arrangement and joint air tightness. The contractor sha ll test all the ducting, joints and others very carefully in the presence of Eng ineer-in-charge or his representative. Any test without Engineer-in-charge's app roval will be treated as null and void. The entire air exhaust system shall be balanced to the air quantities as designe d & the final balance of air quantities shall be recorded, submitted to the Engi neer-in-charge for approval. Air balancing operation shall be supervised by qual ified competent representative of the contractor who shall be present at the job site continuously for such work. The volume of air captured at every hood shall be determined by the use of revol ving vane anemometer and shall be used along with the stop watch to determine av erage velocity over the grill face. The louver setting of the grills and deflect ion shall be fixed as to provide most uniform, draft-less distribution over the entire area served. Anemometer calibration correction factor and grill flow rate factor shall be taken into account while computing air delivery. 4.1.4 Painting Ducts, hangers, supports, diffusers and grilles wherever required shall be paint ed with two coats of approved epoxy paint over epoxy primer. 4.1.5 Schedule of thickness for Duct work as per IS - 655 Max. side (mm) Thickness of sheet (mm) Type of transverse joint connect ions Bracing GI Sheets Aluminium sheets Upto 300 0.63 0.80 S-Drive, pocket or Bar slips, on max. 2.5m centr es None 301 to 600 0.63 0.80 S-Drive, pocket or Bar slips, on max. 2.5m centr es None 601 to 750 0.63 0.80 S-Drive, 25mm Pocket or 25mm Bar slips on 2.5m c entres 25 X 25 X 3mm. M.S. angles. 1.2m from joint 751 to 1000 0.80 1.00 S-Drive, pocket or 25mm Bar slips on 2.5m centre s 25 X 25 X 3mm. M.S. angles. 1.2m from joint 1001 to 1500 0.80 1.00 40 X 40mm Angle connections, or 40mm pocket or 4 0mm bar slips with 35 X 3mm bar reinforcing on 2.5m centres 40 X 40 X 3mm an gles 1.2m from joint 1501 to 2250 1.00 1.50 40 X 40mm Angle connections, or 40mm pocket or 4 0mm bar slips with 35 X 3mm bar reinforcing on 1.00m centre. 40 X 40 X 3mm di agonal angles or 40 X 40 X 3mm angles 60 cm from joint 2251 & above 1.25 1.80 50 X 50mm Angle connections, or 40mm pocket or 4 0mm bar slips, 1m max. centres with 35 X 3mm. Bar reinforcing. 40 X 40 X 6mm di agonal angles or 40 x 40 x 3 mm angles, 60 cm from joint xxxxxxx Technical Specification for Electrical works 5.0 General Description The electrical works pertaining to this VRV/VRF air conditioning works i.e. medi um voltage power panel (wall mounted or floor mounted) & installation of Power & control cables etc. shall be as per the Indian & International relevant standar ds. 5.1 Indoor LT Panel S.NO. PARTICULARS DEPT. REQUIREMENT 1 Fabricator's name & address Fabricator to be approved by department and as per approved makes of materials.

2 Type of panel : indoor / Outdoor type floor mounted Cubical non-e xtensible outdoor type 3 IS reference confirm to IS 8623 4 System voltage 415 V, 50 Hz, 3 phase, AC 5 Ingress Protection IP - 55 6 Type & Thickness of sheet Panel body to be of 2 mm thick CRCA shee t and doors / metering portion is to be of 3 mm thick. 7 Type of construction Formed section with MS CRCA Sheets 8 Temperature rise As per IS 9 Support base 75 x 75 ISMC 10 Bus Bar 10.1 Material Tinned copper 10.2 Symmetrical breaking current withstand capacity 25 KA for 1 sec 10.3 Neutral capacity 100 % as phase bus bar capacity 10.4 Design current density rating 800 A/sq. inch for copper 11 Size of Analogue meter 96 sq. mm 12 Type of CT Resin Cast 13 Interconnection wires Suitable FRLS grade PVC insulated copper conduct or wires 14 Technical features of MCCB: 14.1 Current rating As per drawing 14.2 Type of releases Thermo magnetic releases 14.3 No. of poles 3 pole + additional tinned Cu neutral link 15 Technical features of Starters: 15.1 Type As per Manufacturers 15.2 Type of Co-ordination As per Manufacturers 15.3 Backup protection As per Manufacturers 15.4 Make of Starter As per Manufacturers 16 Painting Seven tank process treatment with powder coating shade a s per approval of department. 17 Earthing bus Tinned copper with 25 KA fault current withstand capacit y 18 Terminal Block Suitable terminal block to be provided with 10% spare te rminals. 19 GA & fabrication drawings Tenderer to submit GA and detailed fabri cation drawing, short circuit forces and temp rise calculation for department ap proval. 20 Testing Stage & final inspection with routine testing 5.2 The panel shall be of outdoor duty, metal clad, dust tight, floor mounte d type suitable for 415 / 240 V 3 phase and neutral system. The switch boards of fered may be of sheet steel cubical type & the bus bar chamber shall be totally enclosed. 5.3 All switch boards panels and DBs to be installed outdoor shall be suitab le for outdoor installation in high humid atmosphere, properly painted with appr oved grey epoxy paint. All outdoor panels / DBs should be provided with lockable type of doors. 5.4 INSTRUMENTATION Whenever required, instrument should normally be fitted on special housing inter posed between the fuse switch units and bus bar chamber or the fuse switch units and associated cable boxes. These instruments should normal be mounted on the h inged door of the housing to allow easy access to the C.T.s and small wiring. Al l potential circuits should be protected by HRC fuse links. The potential fuses should be mounted near the tap off point from the main connections so that a fau lt in the instrument wiring does not affect the main supply. Small wiring should be colour coded for easy identification of circuits. Ammeters with selector switches and KWH meter shall be provided where specifical ly called for. Small wiring for the instruments shall be colour coded and provid ed with numbered ferrules for easy identification of circuits. C.T.'s shall be e poxy insulated i.e. Resin cast type class - 1 & burben 15 V.A. or as required an

d shall be taut band type. 5.5 Metal treatment All the steel materials used in the construction of the board should have underg one a rigorous rust-proofing process which must com alkaling degreasing descasti ng in dilute sulpharic acid and a recognized phosphating process. The steel work shall then receive two coats of filler oxide primer before final painting, Cast ings shall be scrupulously cleaned and fettled before receiving a similar oxide primer coat. Seven tank process shall be adopted for metal treatment. 5.6 Earthing Earthing of following equipments shall be done with two numbers copper GI strips / wires of size specified in schedule from Ring main wires earthing tapped at d ifferent places as directed by Engineer-in-charge. HT Switchgear LT Switchgear and panels Transformers 5.6.1 GROUNDING OF EQUIPMENTS Ground wire / strip shall either terminate on ground lugs provided on the equipm ents or shall be fastened to the foundation bolts and the frame of equipment. All conduits shall be grounded with approved proper size of earthing wires / str ips as required. Ground wires terminating at every equipment shall have certain flexibility in it s connection to the equipment. Suitable size of sleeves required in the wall, slab, column etc. for taking eart h strips across them shall be provided by the electrical contractor during the c ivil construction. After laying the earth strip sleeve shall be properly sealed. 5.6.2 SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF EARTHING SYSTEM All medium voltage equipment shall be earthed by two separate and distinct earth connection using tinned copper / GI earth wire / strip of specified gauge. All conduits run for lighting & receptacle system shall be provided with continu ous earth wire of 14 SWG tinned copper run along the conduit and connected to al l lighting / power receptacles of 5A & 15A. Three phase, 60 Amps receptacles & a ssociated conduit run will be earthed by 2 nos. of 8 SWG tinned copper conductor s or equivalent G.I. wires / strips. Earthing conductors, tinned copper / G.I. earthing clamp and all other accessori es required for earthing the lighting and receptacle system, conduit accessories and equipment as per drawings & specifications shall be supplied & installed by the contractor. Earth wires shall be protected against mechanical damage and po ssibility of corrosion particularly at the point of connection to the earthing t erminals of panels and fitting. All joints shall be made on tinned surfaces in case of copper earth system joint ing earth wire shall be done only at junction boxes and equipment earthing termi nals. The jointing on earth wires shall be done with approved type of connection & no twisted joint will be allowed. The whole metallic conduit system shall be electrically continuous through out a nd shall be permanently and efficiently connected to earth. When earth wire runs along the conduit the earth wire shall be clamped to the conduits securely on e ither side of the joint to ensure electrical continuity in the conduit system. All non-current carrying metal parts of panels, lighting fixtures, junction boxe s etc. shall be efficiently connected to earth. 5.6.3 GLAND EARTHING The minimum thickness of gland earthing clamp shall be 3 mm thick tinned copper strip or equivalent of GI strip as directed by E.I.C. Clamp shall be in two halv es and fastened to the glands by suitable size of brass nuts & bolts & washers ( in case of copper earthing system) & GI nuts and bolts and washers (in case of G I earthing system) all as directed by Engineer-in-charge. 5.7 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR POWER CABLES 5.7.1 SCOPE This specification covers the design, manufacture, testing and supply of 1100 vo lts grade. 50 Hz. PVC / XLPE insulated and sheathed power cable for MV External / Internal services works. 5.7.2 STANDARDS

Except as noted, the design, manufacture, testing and packaging of the cables co vered by this specification shall comply with the latest editions of the followi ng standards: IS 1554 (Part-I) Specification for PVC insulated heavy duty electric cabl es for working voltage upto and including 1100 volts. IS 5831 Specification for PVC insulation and sheath of electric cables. IS 6380 Specifications for Electrometric insulation and sheath of electric cable s. IS 6007 Elastomer insulated cables. IS 3961 (Part-II) Recommended current rating for cables. IS 3975 Mild steel wires, strips & tapes for armouring cables. IS 8130 Specifications for conductors for insulated electric cables and flexible cords. 5.7.3 GENERAL DESIGN REQUIREMENT g. All cables shall be designed and manufactured so that damage will not re sult from transportation, installation and operation under all the climatic and operating conditions to which they may be subjected to. h. Cables shall be suitable for laying in concrete ducts, cables trenches, trays and direct burial in ground at a depth of about 1 mtr. Below ground in wet and dry locations. i. All materials used shall be new and shall conform to this specifications and relevant latest Indian Standards and sound in all respects. -185.7.4 CONSTRUCTIONAL FEATURES The conductors shall be composed of annealed high conductivity tinned copper wir e or as indicated in SOQ conforming to IS : 8130 and shall be approximately circ ular in section, smooth, uniform in quality, free from scale in equalities, spil ls, spits and other defects. The stranded conductor shall be free from sharp edg es. Bidder shall state in his offer whether conductor are circular or shaped for each size specified. The material of aluminium conductor shall be of grade H2 / H4 as per clause 4.1 of IS 8130. Insulation : The PVC insulation shall conform to IS : 5831 (latest edition) and thickness as per IS : 1554. XLPE insulation shall conform to IS : 7098 Core Identification:The individual core of multicore cables shall be identified by different colouri ng of PVC insulation. The colour scheme shall be as follows: Three core : Red, Yellow & Blue. Four core : Red, Yellow, Blue & Black. Single c ore : Red or Black or Yellow or Blue. Sheath: The outer most jacket (sheath) for the cables shall be extruded and perfectly co ntinuous and free from defects of any kind. The inner sheath for PVC shall be ex truded costruction. The extension of inner and outer sheath shall be from separa te operation. Armouring:The wire strip armouring shall be arranged over the core insulation in case of s ingle core cables aver the inner sheath in case of cables consisting of two or m ore cores. Multicore cables having conductor size 10 sq. mm upto 240 sq. mm size shall be armoured by galvanized steel strip. Multicore cable of size 300 sq. mm and above shall be armoured with single round galvanized steel wires. Steel core cables shall have single round hard drawn aluminium armouring. The filler material shall be extruded thermoplastic type as specified in IS : 15 54 Part-I. 5.7.5 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENT Voltage Rating The cables shall be of 1100 volts grade cable for continuous operation at their rated current on 433 volts, A.C., 3 Phase, 50 Hz. All cables are used on solldly earthed system. Type of Cables PVC / XLPE Cables

i) 1100 volts grade single core aluminium conductor cables of sizes mention ed under clause 7.3 single core cable shall be of stranded aluminium conductor P VC / XLPE jacketed. ii) Multicore cables shall be of stranded aluminium conductors, each one ins ulated with PVC / XLPE colour coded, laid up, extruded inner PVC / XLPE sheathed , armoured with galvanized steel strip / wire depending on conductor size as per clause 6.5 & sheathed with extruded PVC / XLPE. Filler materials shall be of th ermoplastic materials and over this, a proofed plastic taps may be provided to e nsure circularity. The thermoplastic material used as filler materials may be so fter than outer PVC / XLPE sheath. All cables are to be provided along with test certificates of the manufa cturer. MODE OF MEASUREMENTS UNIT PRICES IN THE SCHEDULE OF QUANTITIES 6.1 The item description in the schedule of quantities is in the form of a conde nsed resume. The unit price shall be held to include every thing necessary to co mplete the work covered by this item in accordance with the specifications and d rawings. The sum total of all the individual item prices shall represent the tot al price of the installation ready to be handed over. 6.2 The equipment, machinery and apparatus and include the following: 6.2.1 All equipment, machinery, apparatus and materials required as well as the cost of any tests which the EIC may request in addition to the tests generally r equired to prove quality and performance of equipment. 6.2.2 All the labour required to supply and install the complete installation in accordance with the specifications. 6.2.3 Use of any tools, equipment, machinery, lifting tackle, scaffolding, ladde rs etc. required by the contractor to carry out his work. 6.2.4 All the necessary measures to prevent the transmission of vibration. 6.2.5 The necessary material to isolate equipment foundations from the building structure, wherever necessary. 6.2.6 Storage and insurance of all equipment apparatus and materials. 6.3 The contractor's unit price shall include all equipment, apparatus, material and labour indicated in the drawings and / or specifications in conjunction wit h the item in question, as well as all additional equipments apparatus, material s and labour usual and necessary to make in question on its own (and within the system as a whole) complete even though not specifically shown, described or oth erwise referred to. 6.4 Measurements of sheet metal ducts, grilles / diffusers etc. 6.4.1 Sheet metal ducts All duct measurements shall be taken as per actual outer duct surface ar ea including bends, tees, reducers, collars, varies and other fittings. Gaskets, nuts bolts, vibration isolation pads are included in the duct items of schedule of quantity. The unit of measurements shall be finished sheet metal surface area in m etres squares. No extra shall be allowed for laps and wastages. All the guide vanes, deflectors in duct elbows, branches, grilles, colla rs quadrant dampers etc. will be included in unit rates of duct. No extra paymen ts will be made in this regard. The unit duct price shall include all the duct hangers supports, exposin g of concrete reinforcement for supports and making good of the same as well as any materials and labour required to complete the duct frame. 6.5 Measurements of refrigerant piping 6.5.1 All pipes shall be measured in linear metres (to the nearest cm) along the axis of the pipes and rates shall be inclusive of all fittings eg. Tees, bends, reducers, elbows etc. 6.5.2 Rates quoted shall be inclusive of providing and fixing vibration pads and wooden pieces wherever specified or required by the EIC. 6.5.3 Flexible connections, wherever required of specified shall be measured as part of straight length of same diameter, with no additional allowance being mad

e for providing the same. 6.5.4 The length of the pipe for the purpose of payment will be taken through th e centerline of the pipe and all fittings (eg. Tees, bends, reducers, elbows etc .) as through the fittings are also presumed to be pipe lengths. Nothing extra w hatsoever will be paid for over and above for the fittings and flanges. 6.5.5 The rates quoted shall be inclusive of cutting holes in walls and making g ood the same and inclusive of all items as specified in the specification and sc hedule of quantity. 6.6 Structural supports Structural supports including supports fabricated from pipe lengths shall be mea sured as part of pipe line and hence no separate payment will be made. Rates sha ll be inclusive of hoisting, cutting, jointing welding, cutting of holes and cha ses in walls, slabs or floors, painting supports and other items as described in specification, drawings and schedule of quantities or as required by EIC. 6.7 Painting 6.7.1 Painting of all pipes and fittings shall be measured as part of pipes as i nstalled. Nothing extra shall be paid for this works. 6.7.2 Painting of tanks and equipment wherever required shall be measured as par t of equipment price. APPROVED MAKES OF MATERIALS 1. VRF Systems Mitsubishi / Daikin / Voltas 2. Indoors cassette type units Mitsubishi / Daikin / Voltas 3. Exhaust fans GEC / Crompton / Almonard 4. Starter / contactor Siemens /L& T 5. Nitrile Rubber insulation Hylam / Superlon / Armaflex / Trocellen 6. Vibration pads Resistroflex / Dunlop 7. Vibration isolation Dunlop / Cushy Foot / Resistroflex 8. Power Cables Polycab / Torrant / Finolex / Universal 9. Control Cables Polycab / Finolex / Torrent / RR Kabel / LAPP / Universa l 10. G.I. sheets Tata / SAIL / Jindal 11. Refrigerant Pipes Mandev / Parasmani / Jugal / Kwality Tubes & Cap illaries (KTC) 12. Fresh air fans Kruger / Nicotra / Combfri 13. Flexible ducts ATCO / Twiga 14. Air flow regulators ALDES 15. Electrical Motors Siemens / Bharat Bijlee 16. M.V. Panel Arrow Engs. / Reliable Engs. / M.K. Engs. / Zenith Engs Co. / Popular 17. SFU L&T / Siemens / ABB 18. Amp / Volt Meters AE / Rishab / IMP Xxxxxxx Information to be submitted by tenderer with Technical Bid ANNEXURE- I Sl. No. Description Information to be fill by the Bidder A - Outdoor Units of VRV/VRF Systems 1. Model 2. Capacity (TR / HP and nos. of compressors) 3. Condenser Area (air refrigerant) 4. Supply & operating weight 5. Overall Dimension 6. Compressor a. Model b. Type c. Suction pressure d. Discharge pressure 7. Name of refrigerant 8. Type & Qty of oil 9. Condenser fan details a) Model

b) Size 10. Condenser fan motor wattage 11. Speed control of condenser fan motor 12. Condenser for motor insulation 13. Base frame details of outdoor unit 14. Power requirement for compressor 15. Condenser fan power B - Details of Cassette type Indoor units 1. Model 2. Capacity 3. Size 4. Remote control details 5. CFM 6. Air filter details 7. Cooling Surfaces area a) Refrigerant side b) Air side 8. Temperature of refrigerant a) IN b) OUT 9. Fan Details a) Type b) Motor Wattage c) Speed regulation details 10. Drainage pump details a) Type b) Make 11. Total weight of unit 12. Outdoor air induction provision details for cassette type units 13. Mounting details of indoor units C - Refrigerant piping details a) Discharge Headers b) Suction Headers c) Distribution for discharge & suction D - Insulation details on condensate piping as well as refrigeration piping a) Material b) Make c) Conduction coefficient d) Thickness E Detailed heat load calculations to be furnished along with technical bid . S.NO. PARTICULARS DEPT. REQUIREMENT Information to be fill by the Bi dder 1 Fabricator's name & address Fabricator to be approved by department. 2 Type of panel : indoor / outdoor Indoor wall mounted Cubical nonextensible type 3 IS reference confirm to IS 8623 4 System voltage 415 V, 50 Hz, 3 phase AC 5 Ingress Protection IP 55 6 Type & Thickness of sheet MS CRCA. Thickness of the CRCA sheet sha ll be so selected that :- (1) the panel shall be mechanically strong enough to w ithstand the electro mechanical forces due to the higher short circuit currents specified. (2) The temperature rise in the panel shall not exceed the specified values. (3) The front panel plates where switches, measuring instrument indicati ng devices, push button etc. are mounted shall be rigid & shall not defect on op eration. (4) In any case thickness of CRCA shall not be below 1.6 mm. 7 Type of construction Formed section with MS CRCA Sheets 8 Temperature rise As per IS 9 Wall support frame 40 x 40 x 5 mm MS angle or as per site condition

10 Bus Bar 10.1 Material Tinned copper 10.2 Symmetrical breaking current withstand capacity 25 KA for 1 sec 10.3 Neutral capacity 100 % as phase bus bar capacity 10.4 Design current density rating 800 A/sq. inch for copper 11 Size of Analogue meter 96 sq. mm 12 Type of CT Resin Cast 13 Interconnection wires Suitable FRLS grade PVC insulated copper conduct or wires 14. Technical features of MCCB 14.1 Current rating As per drawing 14.2 Type of releases Thermo magnetic releases 14.3 No. of poles 3 pole + additional tinned Cu neutral link 15 Technical features of Starters 15.1 Type As per Manufacturers 15.2 Type of Co-ordination As per Manufacturers 15.3 Backup protection As per Manufacturers 15.4 Make of Starter As per Manufacturers 16. Painting Seven tank process treatment with powder coating shade a s per approval of department. 17 Earthing bus Tinned copper with 25 KA fault current withstand capacit y 18 Terminal Block Suitable terminal block to be provided with 10% spare te rminals. 19 GA & fabrication drawings Tenderer to submit GA and detailed fabri cation drawing, short circuit forces and temp rise calculation for department ap proval. 20 Testing Stage & final inspection with routine testing