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Technical Submittal

KINETICS VIBRATION ISOLATORS & INERTIA BASES & FLOATING FLOOR SYSTEMS

PROJECT :

COMMERCAIL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER AL MERQAB

CONTRACTOR :

M/S TERNA QATAR

SUPPLIER

M/S QATAR INTERNATIONAL TRADING CO. QIT

SECTIONS :
COMPLIANCE STATEMENT SCHEDULE OF MATERIALS :
a. VIBRATION ISOLATORS FOR AHU b. INERTIA BASE & VIBRATION ISOLATOR FOR PUMPS c. FLOATING FLOORS FOR AHU, CHILLERS & PUMPS

SOUND CALCULATIONS FOR CHILLERS CALCULATIONS :


a. INERTIA BASE CALCULATION FOR PUMPS b. FLOATING FLOOR CALCULATIONS FOR PUMPS AHU, CHILLERS &

SUBMITTAL DRAWINGS :
a. VIBRATION ISOLATOR FOR AHU & PUMPS b. INERTIA BASE DRAWINGS FOR PUMPS c. FLOATING FLOOR COMPONENTS DRAWINGS

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS MANUALS :


a. VIBRATION ISOLATOR INSTALLATION b. INERTIA BASE INSTALLATION c. FLOATING FLOOR INSTALLATION

QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCEDURES :


a. VIBRATION ISOLATOR & FLOATING FLOORS b. INERTIA BASE

TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS :


a. VIBRATION ISOLATOR b. INERTIA BASE c. FLOATING FLOOR

FLOATING FLOORS TEST REPORTS PROJECT REFERENCE LIST

COMPLIANCE STATEMENT

PROJECT : COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AT AL NASSER AL MERQAB ESTATE

SUBJECT : KINETIC VIBRATION ISOLATORS


COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
SPECIFICATIONS REMARKS

22.2.10 VIBRATION ISOLATION SPECIFICATIONS

1. General specifications

1.01 General Noted By Contractor

All mechanical and electrical equipment, piping and ductwork as noted on the equipment schedule or in the specification shall be mounted on vibration isolators to prevent the transmission of vibration and mechanically transmitted sound to the building structure.

All piping and ductwork located in mechanical equipment rooms, and for a minimum of 50 feet (15.0 m), whichever is greater, from any connection to vibration isolated mechanical or electrical equipment, shall be isolated from the building structure by means of noise and vibration isolation hangers.

Noted By Contractor

All isolators shall provide the required static deflection indicated in the relevant schedule, under the equipment weight.

Comply

It is the suppliers responsibility to ensure that all isolators offered to the contract meet the specifications and are suitable for the load, operating and environmental conditions which prevail.

Comply

A single manufacturer shall provide all vibration isolation materials specified herein in order to assure single source responsibility for the proper performance of the materials used.

Noted Proposed Manufacturer Kinetics USA

1.02 Submittal data requirements

A. Samples: Comply

The contractor shall submit samples of specified isolation devices upon request to the engineer for approval.

B. Shop drawings:

The contractor shall have prepared by the isolation materials manufacturer or his representative, and shall submit to the engineer for approval, drawings showing the construction of the isolation devices to be used, including specific selection of the isolators for the equipment to be furnished for this project.

Comply

The drawing shall include the complete design of supplementary bases; a tabulation of the design data for each isolator. Including spring OD, free operating, and solid heights, and ratio of horizontal to vertical stiffness, and other required data to clearly indicate that the specified isolator types and minimum static deflections are provided by the system submitted.

Comply

C. Execution: Comply By Contractor

Installation of all vibration isolation materials specified shall be accomplished following the manufacturers written instructions. Installation instruction shall be submitted to the engineer for approval prior to beginning the work.

D. System design Noted By Contractor

The contractor shall submit a complete set of approved shop drawings of all mechanical and electrical equipment to receive vibration isolation devices to the vibration isolation manufacturer or his representative. The shop drawings furnished shall include operating weights of the equipment to be isolated and the distribution of load at support points.

The contractor shall submit a complete layout of piping and ductwork to be isolated, including vertical risers, showing size or weight and support points of piping or ductwork to the isolation materials manufacturer for selection and layout of isolation hangers.

Noted By Contractor

2. Isolator Types and Specifications:

2.01 Floor mounted Equipment

i. Type 1. (Precompressed fiberglass pad)

Precompressed molded fiberglass pads shall be individually coated with flexible moisture-improves elastomeric membrane. Vibration isolation pads shall be molded from glass fiber with diameter not exceeding 0.00027 (6.8 microns) and with a modulus of elasticity of 10.5 million PSI. (738,223 kg/sq.cm). Comply Comply Comply Comply

Fiberglass pads shall be bonded to a steel load transfer plate and a formed steel bolt down bracket, and shall also include an equipment mounting bolt with an anti-short circuit neoprene grommet to prevent metal to metal contact.

Pads shall have provisions to be fixed to supported and to supporting structures.

Pads shall be resistant to lubricating oil, water, and chemicals likely to be present in the plant room or external area.

Fiberglass isolator shall be model AC, as manufactured by kinetics noise control or approved equal.

Comply Proposed Kinetics Model AC fiberglass Pads

ii. Type 2. (Free Standing Springs)

Vibration isolators shall be un housed, large diameter, laterally stabile steel springs wound from high strength spring steel. Springs shall have a lateral stiffness greater than 0.8 times the rated vertical stiffness and shall be designed to provide up to 50% overload capacity.

Comply

Springs shall be epoxy powder coated with 1000 hr salt spray rating per ASTM B-117. Springs shall be color coded or otherwise identified to indicate load capacity.

Comply

Springs shall be assembled between a top and bottom steel load plates. The upper load plate shall be provided with steel leveling bolt locknut and washer for attachment to the supported equipment. The lower load plate shall have a non-skid neoprene noise isolation pad bonded to the bottom and have provisions for bolting the isolator to the supporting structure.

Comply

Spring isolation mounts shall be model FDS, as manufactured by kinetics noise control or approved equal.

Comply Proposed Kinetic Model FDS free standing spring isolators

iii. Type 3. (Restrained Springs) Not Applicable to the Submittal

Restrained Vibration isolators consist of a large diameter laterally stabile steel springs assembled into formed or welded steel housing assemblies designed to limit vertical movement of the supported equipment when drained or subjected to wind loads.

Housing assembly shall be of fabricated steel members and shall consist of a top load plate complete with adjusting and leveling bolts, adjustable vertical restraints, isolation washers and a bottom plate with internal non-skid noise isolation pads and holes for anchoring of housing to supporting structure. Housing shall be electro-zinc plated or hotdip galvanized for corrosion resistance. Housing shall be designed to provide a constant free and operating height within 1/8 (3mm).

Not Applicable to the Submittal

Spring elements shall have a lateral stiffness greater than 1.2 times the rated vertical stiffness and shall be designed to provide a minimum of 50% overload capacity. Nonwelded spring elements shall be epoxy powder coated, and shall have a 1000 hr salt spry rating when tested in accordance with ASTM B-117.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

Spring isolators shall be model FLS, as manufactured by kinetics noise control or approved equal.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

2.02 Suspended Equipment

iv. Type 4. (Spring-Fiberglass Hangers)

Vibration Hangers consisting of unhoused steel springs in series with a precompressed molded fiberglass insert assembled into a stamped or welded hanger bracket. Hangers shall incorporate a high deflection, color coded spring element and fiberglass isolator complete with load plate.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

The fiberglass insert shall be individually coated with a flexible, moisture impervious elastomeric membrane and shall be molded from glass fiber with fiber diameter not exceeding 0.0027 (6.8 microns) and with a modulus of elasticity of 10.5 million PSI (738,223 kg/cm2) Not Applicable to the Submittal

Spring shall be epoxy powder coated with 1000 hr salt spray rating per ASTM B-117. Spring shall be color coded or otherwise identified to indicate load capacity. The spring element shall have a minimum lateral stiffness of 1.0 times the rated vertical stiffness.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

Hanger brackets shall be designed to carry a 500% overload without failure and to allow support rod misalignment through a 30 arc without metal-to metal contact or other short circuit.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

The combination isolation hanger assembly with fiberglass insert shall be model SFH, as manufactured by kinetics noise control or approved equal.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

2.03 Inertia Bases

i. Type A. (Concrete Inertia Base)

Inertia bases shall be constructed from reinforced concrete and shall be designed for the stressing due to the weight of supported machine. The surface shall be steel float finished or equivalent and leveled to the machine manufacturers requirements. Machinery shall be fixed to the base with grouted-in holding down bolts located in reverse tapered caste sockets.

Comply Proposed Kinetics Model CIB L Inertia Base frame

Where the inertia base will be supported on spring in shear mountings, the base shall be formed with prefabricated mild steel continuous edge frame, 13 mm diameter reinforcing bars on nominal 200 mm centers each way. The mountings shall be fixed to brackets, which are welded to the sides of the edge frame.

Comply

The design of the brackets and mountings shall allow the base to be raised from (or lowered onto) the floor by adjustment of the leveling bolts between mountings and brackets. The design shall also allow the insertion (or removal) of the mountings when the base is resting on the floor.

Comply

Thickness of the base shall be a minimum of 8% of the longest span between isolators, at least 150 mm. Where inertia bases are used to mount pumps, the bases shall be large enough to support piping elbows. Comply

Comply Inertia Base will not support elbows, piping support Elbows to be provided by the Contractor.

Concrete inertia bases shall have a clearance of 50mm between the housekeeping pad and base.

ii. Type B. (Steel Beam Base) Not Applicable to the Submittal

Bases shall be structural beam sections, with welded isolator support brackets and percolated and drilled anchor bolts holes, and shall be designed by the isolation materials manufacturer.

Beam section shall not be structurally connected to each other. Minimum section depth of each member shall be equal to 8% of the longest span between supporting isolators, or as shown on the drawings or indicated on the project document.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

Isolator support brackets shall be welded to the structural beams as required obtaining the lowest mountings height for the supported equipment.

Not Applicable to the Submittal Not Applicable to the Submittal

Steel bases shall have a 25mm clearance between housekeeping pad and base.

3. Vibration isolation of piping and ductwork

3.01 Suspended piping and ductwork Not Applicable to the Submittal

All piping connected to mechanical equipment (chillers, pumps, boilers, generators, etc) shall be isolated from the building structure by means of noise and vibration isolation.

Piping up to 100mm diameter, first 4 points of support, 125mm to 200mm diameter, first 6 pinots of support, 250mm diameter and over, first 8 points of support. Static deflection of the isolators shall be same as isolated equipment. Spring fiberglass hangers shall be used to support pipes.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

All ductwork located in mechanical equipment rooms connected to rotating and for a minimum of 50 feet (15.30 m) from any connection to vibration isolated air-moving equipment (air handling units, fan coil units, etc) shall be isolated from the building structure by means of noise and vibration isolation. Spring fiberglass hangers shall be used to support pipes. Not Applicable to the Submittal

All suspended piping and ductwork located below or near noise sensitive areas (sleeping room, conference room, offices, etc) shall be isolated from the building structure using vibration isolation. Spring fiberglass hangers shall be used to support pipes and ductwork.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

3.02 Floor supported piping Not Applicable to the Submittal

All floor piping and elbows connected to mechanical equipment (chillers, pumps, boilers, generators, etc) shall be isolated from the building structure by means of noise and vibration isolation.

Piping up to 100mm diameter, first 4 points of support, 125mm to 200mm diameter, first 6 pinots of support, 250mm diameter and over, first 8 points of support. Static deflection of the isolators shall be same as isolated equipment. Free standing springs shall be used to support pipes.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

3.03 Piping and ductwork Penetrations

All piping and ductwork to be isolated according to this section of the specification shall freely pass through walls and floors without rigid connections. Penetration points shall be sleeved or otherwise formed to allow passage of piping or ductwork, and maintain a minimum of 3/4 (19 mm) and maximum of 1 1/4 (30 mm) clearance around the outsider surfaces. This clearance space shall be tightly packed with 1.58 P.C.F. glass fiber and shall be caulked airtight after installation of the piping or ductwork.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

3.04 Acoustical Pipe and ductwork Lagging

Pipes and Ductwork, which passes through noise sensitive areas (sleeping room, conference room, theaters, offices, etc), shall be wrapped with an acoustical lagging material. Lagging material shall consist of a limp mass vinyl barrier bonded to a lowdensity fiberglass decoupling layer.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

The barrier material shall be constructed of a 0.10 inch (2 mm) thick barium sulphate loaded limp mass vinyl sheet bonded to a thin layer of reinforced Aluminum on one side. The barrier shall have a nominal density of 1 pound / sq. foot (4.8 Kg. /sq. meter) and shall have a minimum STC rating of 28. The barrier shall exhibit minimum flammability ratings of 0.0 seconds for flame out and afterglow and 0.2 inches (5 mm) for char length when tested in accordance with U.S. Federal Test Standard no. 191-5903. Decoupling layer shall be a combination of 1 inch (25 mm) fiberglass batting and a non woven porous scrim coated glass cloth, quilted together in a matrix of 4 inch (100 mm) diamond stitch pattern which encapsulates the glass fibers. Not Applicable to the Submittal

4. Piping Connection

4.01 Flexible Pipe Connectors

Flexible connectors shall be used on all piping connected to rotating equipment such as Pumps, Chillers, Air handling units, Fan coil units and the like, to reduce the transmission of noise and vibration, and to eliminate stresses in piping systems due to misalignment and thermal movement of the piping.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

Flexible connectors shall be of the single or double sphere molded joint configuration and shall meet or exceed standard specifications for rubber Joint.

Not Applicable to the Submittal Not Applicable to the Submittal Not Applicable to the Submittal

Flexible connectors shall be able to compensate for the anticipated lateral and axial deflections.

Connectors shall be made of molded neoprene reinforced with nylon tire cord and shall have mild steel floating flanges or female union ends.

4.02 Flexible Hoses: Not Applicable to the Submittal

Hoses connectors shall be installed on the equipment side of the shut-off valves Horizontally and parallel to the equipment shafts wherever possible.

Rubber hose connectors shall be wire reinforced and have molded construction. They shall come with metal threaded end fittings or integral rubber flanges. Threaded fittings should be limited to 3in and smaller pipe diameter.

Not Applicable to the Submittal

Stainless steel hoses shall be used for heating and ventilating unit connection that may be located in a ceiling away from the equipment room area and for long life when temperatures exceed 220 F. Not Applicable to the Submittal Not Applicable to the Submittal

Stainless steel hoses constructed from corrugated inner core and braided cover to help attain a pressure rating and provide the restraining force needed.

3.00 Noise insulation requirements under mechanical equipment

3.01 system design Comply

The isolation materials manufacturer or his representative shall be responsible for the design of the load sound isolation material, and shall provide a complete sound isolation system to the installing contractor.

The isolation system shall be designed to accommodate the range of uniform dead and live loads, and concentrated loads of the mechanical equipment.

Comply Noted By Contractor

The general contractor shall furnish a complete set of final approved shop drawings of all equipment to be supported by floating floors.

3.02 laboratory testing

Floating floor system shall Be tested in service impact insulation class (IIC) and sound transmission class (STC) by an independent testing laboratory. Manufacturers offering alternate systems to this specification shall provide laboratory test from independent laboratory verifying that the alternate systems capable of achieving equivalent sound isolation results.

Comply See the attached Test Reports

3.03 submittals Comply To be provided Noted By Contractor

The contractor shall submit samples of all sound isolation materials or system components to the architect for approval.

The contractor shall have prepared by the isolation manufacturer or his representative, and shall submit drawings showing the construction of the various parts of work, including connections to the adjacent parts of the building structure.

The contractor shall submit copies of certified test reports, from independent laboratories which are specified as verification of performance for the specified sound isolation system if an alternative system to that specified is being submitted. Comply See the attached Test Reports

The contractor shall submit copies of acoustical study for floating floor to be installed showing the resulting Sound pressure levels and noise criteria (NC) levels inside the areas below.

Comply See the Attached NC for Chillers Only

3.04 Floating Floor System Comply Chillers, AHU and Pumps only Comply

Mechanical equipment such (Chillers, Cooling towers, Air handling units, pumps, boilers, generators, etc) located on the roof and on levels (between floors) shall be acoustically treated by using floating floor system.

Floating Floor system primarily control airborne sound transmission, they shall not be used in place of vibration isolators and inertia bases.

The isolation material supporting the floating slab must be resilient, have permanent dynamic and static properties and safely support both the floating slab and the imposed live load for the life of the building. Isolation material for the floating slab should: Comply Comply Comply Comply

1.

Have constant natural frequency in the range of 10-15 Hz.

2. Be resistant to oil, water, acids and fungus, and shall be capable of sustaining a 100% overload without damage or permanents

3. Be tested for load Vs deflection and for natural frequency with known aging properties and a history of application in floating floor installations.

4. Be tested in service impact insulation class (IIC) and sound transmission class (STC) by an testing laboratory.

Specifications of the kinetics model Roll-out floating floor System:

Comply Proposed Kinetics Model KIP 22 QR2 pre compressed fiberglass pads. Proposed Kinetic Model RIM QR2 24 ( 1.2 M x 20 M x 40 MM thick )

The noise isolation system shall consist of (2) 51 mm thick high density precompressed molded fiberglass pads separated by low density acoustical fiberglass, the density and spacing of the isolation pads shall be designed by the isolation material manufacturer or his representative on the basis of final evaluation of dead and live loads and in no case shall the uniform load range be less than 1000 kg/sq.m to maintain a constant natural frequency of 15 Hz or lower and uniform deflections of the floating floor. The isolation material shall be shipped to job site in 1.22 m x 15.24 m rolls, 12 mm plywood as the concrete pouring form. Comply Spacing 60cm both ways

The isolation pads shall be spaced at 16 to 24 inch centers (41-61 cm) each way and bonded to low density sound absorption material 1 in (38 mm) thick with Noise reduction coefficient of 0.87.

Junction plates for maintaining planar alignment of the wood panels shall be 4x4 16ga steel attached at four points to the panel system.

Comply Comply Proposed Kinetic Model PIB-08 Isolation board Comply To be Provided by the Contractor Comply To be Provided by the Contractor Comply To be Provided by the Contractor Comply To be Provided by the Contractor

Perimeter isolation board shall be thick closed cell expanded polyethylene installed around all perimeters, curbs, duct and pipe penetrations.

6-mil (150 micron) Polyethylene sheeting for temporarily waterproofing the isolation system.

The floating floor shall consist of 4 inch thick heavy aggregate (2400kg/m3) concrete.

Perimeter sealant.

Penetrations such Piping, conduit and ductwork penetrations of the floating floors shall be isolated with inch, closed cell expanded polyethylene.

Floor drains shall consist of two part units designed to be cast into the isolated slab and the structural slab with no rigid connection between the two members. The drains shall allow for drainage of the air space. The upper member shall contain a great appropriate to the system.

Comply To be Provided by the Contractor

SCHEDULE OF MATERIALS
a. VIBRATION ISOLATOR FOR AHU b. INERTIA BASE & VIBRATION ISOLATOR FOR PUMPS c. FLOATING FLOOR FOR AHU, CHILLERS & PUMPS

VIBRATION ISOLATOR SCHEDULE

PROJECT : COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER

SUBJECT : KINETICS VIBRATION ISOLATORS SCHEDULE FOR AIRHANDLING UNITS BASE MOUNTED

References 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1x4=4 1x4=4 1996.00 1176.00 1x4=4 1544.00 1x4=4 1560.00 1x4=4 2464.00 616.00 390.00 386.00 499.00 294.00 1x4=4 1735.00 434.00 1x4=4 1420.00 355.00

Qty

No. of Isolators

O. Weight (kg) Type

Weight per Isolator (kg)

Selected Isolator AC 331Q AC 332R

Rated Capacity (kg) 102 409 302 1209

AHU GF CHILD FUNZONE 01

FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED

AHU MZF RS 57 01

AHU MZF P. AREA 09

AC 332R AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 332R AC 331Q

302 1209 102 409 102 409 302 1209 102 409

AHU GF P. AREA 09

AHU GF P. AREA 08

AHU MZF P. AREA 08

AHU 1F 0FF27 01

AHU 1F 0FF28 01 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1x4=4 1x4=4 1x4=4 880.00 880.00 1100.00 2 1x4=4 880.00 1x4=4 864.00 216.00 220.00 220.00 220.00 275.00 1x4=4 2060.00 515.00 1x4=4 688.00 172.00 1x4=4 656.00 164.00 1x4=4 1544.00 386.00 FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 1336.00 334.00 FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 1544.00 386.00 FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 1908.00 477.00 FLOOR MOUNTED AC 332R AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 331L AC 331L AC 332R AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 331Q

1x4=4

1372.00

343.00

FLOOR MOUNTED

AC 331Q

102 409 302 1209 102 409 102 409 102 409 41 205 41 205 302 1209 102 409 102 409 102 409 102 409 102 409

AHU MZF P. AREA 01

AHU GF P. AREA 01

AHU 2F 0FF27 01

AHU 2F 0FF28 01

AHU 1F 0FF36 01

AHU 2F 0FF36 01

AHU MZF P. AREA 11

AHU 1F 0FF38 01

AHU 2F 0FF38 01

AHU GF P. AREA 11

AHU 2F 0FF37 01

AHU 1F 0FF37 01

AHU 2F 0FF34 01 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1x4=4 2060.00 1x4=4 880.00 1x4=4 1380.00 345.00 220.00 515.00 1x4=4 1984.00 496.00 1x4=4 1176.00 294.00 1x4=4 1086.00 543.00 1x4=4 1560.00 390.00 FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 864.00 216.00 FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 756.00 189.00 FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 864.00 216.00 FLOOR MOUNTED AC 331Q AC 331L AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 332R AC 331Q AC 332R AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 332R

1x4=4

912.00

228.00

FLOOR MOUNTED

AC 331Q

102 409 102 409 41 205 102 409 102 409 302 1209 102 409 302 1209 102 409 102 409 302 1209

AHU 1F 0FF34 01

AHU 1F 0FF33 01

AHU 2F 0FF33 01

AHU 1F CHILD PLAY 1

AHU CINEMAL 02

AHU GF P. AREA 07

AHU MZF P. AREA 07

AHU MZF P. AREA 06

AHU GF P. AREA 06

AHU CINEMA L 01

SCHEDULE FOR AIRHANDLING UNITS MASTER ROOF BASE MOUNTED

References 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1x4=4 1x4=4 816.00 1560.00 1x4=4 2172.00 1x4=4 816.00 1x4=4 816.00 204.00 204.00 543.00 204.00 390.00 1x4=4 816.00 204.00 1x4=4 1560.00 390.00 1x4=4 2076.00 519.00 1x4=4 820.00 205.00 FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 832.00 208.00 FLOOR MOUNTED

Qty

No. of Isolators

O. Weight (kg) Type

Weight per Isolator (kg)

Selected Isolator AC 331Q AC 331L AC 332R AC 331Q AC 331L AC 331L AC 331L AC 332R AC 331L AC 331Q

Rated Capacity (kg) 102 409 41 205 302 1209 102 409 41 205 41 205 41 205 302 1209 41 205 102 409

AHU 3F OFF 01 01

AHU 3F OFF 02 01

AHU MZF P. AREA 04

AHU GF P. AREA 04

AHU 3F OFF 07 01

AHU 3F OFF 08 01

AHU 3F OFF 09 01

AHU MZF P. AREA 03

AHU 3F OFF 10 01

AHU GF P. AREA 03

AHU MZF P. AREA 02 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1x4=4 1x4=4 1x4=4 636.00 636.00 656.0 5 1x4=4 1100.00 1x4=4 1176.00 294.00 275.00 159.00 159.00 164.00 1x4=4 1544.00 386.00 1x4=4 1336.00 334.00 1x4=4 2060.00 515.00 1x4=4 636.00 159.00 FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 656.00 164.00 FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 816.00 204.00 FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 656.00 164.00 FLOOR MOUNTED AC 331L AC 331L AC 331L AC 331L AC 332R AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 331Q AC 331L AC 331L AC 331L

1x4=4

1560.00

390.00

FLOOR MOUNTED

AC 331Q

102 409 41 205 41 205 41 205 41 205 302 1209 102 409 102 409 102 409 102 409 41 205 41 205 41 205

AHU 3F OFF 15 01

AHU 3F OFF 16 01

AHU 3F OFF 18 01

AHU 3F OFF 17 01

AHU MZF P. AREA 10

AHU GF P. AREA 10

AHU 1F OFF 32 01

AHU 2F OFF 32 01

AHU 3F OFF 20 01

AHU 3F OFF 19 01

AHU CINEMA 07

AHU CINEMA 08

AHU CINEMA 06 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1x4=4 1544.00 386.00 1x4=4 656.0 164.00 1x4=4 636.00 159.00 1x4=4 456.00 114.00 FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 456.00 114.00 FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 456.00 114.00 FLOOR MOUNTED 1x4=4 1100.00 275.00 FLOOR MOUNTED AC 331Q AC 331L AC 331L AC 331L AC 331L AC 331L AC 331Q

1x4=4

456.00

114.00

FLOOR MOUNTED

AC 331L

41 205 102 409 41 205 41 205 41 205 41 205 41 205 102 409

AHU 1F EM.CORR 05

AHU CINEMA 05

AHU CINEMA 04

AHU CINEMA 03

AHU CINEMA 02

AHU CINEMA 01

AHU GF P.AREA 02

MODEL 30 x 4 = 120.00 21 x 4 = 84.00 11 x 4 = 44.00

TOTAL QUANTITY

AC 331Q

AC 331L

AC 332R

INERTIA BASE SCHEDULE

PROJECT : COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER

SUBJECT : KINETICS INERTIA BASE & SPRING ISOLATORS

SELECTION OF VIBRATION ISOLATORS FOR CHILLED WATER PUMPS

References

Qty

I.B Dimensions ( MM ) 1645 x 1134 x 250 732.00 1159.28 1891.28

O. Weight (kg)

Inertia Base Weight (kg) Total Weight (kg)

Load per Isolator (kg) 473.00

Selected Isolator FDS 2 1120

Rated Capacity ( kg ) 508.00

PCHWP ZB 01 04

SCHWP ZB 01 04

1445 x 934 x 150

160.00

520.13

680.13

170.00

FDS 2 375

170.00

PCHWP ZDF 01 06

1645 x 1134 x 250

732.00

1159.28

1891.28

473.00

FDS 2 1120

508.00

SCHWP ZDF 01 06

1635 x 1087 x 150

160.00

679.01

839.01

210.00

FDS 2 500

227.00

PCHWP ZCP 01 05

1645 x 1134 x 250

732.00

1159.28

1891.28

473.00

FDS 2 1120

508.00

SCHWP ZCF 01 05

1635 x 1087 x 150

160.00

679.01

839.01

210.00

FDS 2 500

227.00

PCHWP ZCR 01 03

1645 x 1134 x 250

732.00

1159.28

1891.28

473.00

FDS 2 1120

508.00

SCHWP ZCR 01 03

1645 x 1134 x 250

876.00

1383.13

2259.13

565.00

FDS 2 1400

635.00

PCHWP ZEF 01 04

1645 x 1134 x 250

732.00

1159.28

1891.28

473.00

FDS 2 1120

508.00

SCHWP ZEF 01 04

1445 x 934 x 150

136.00

520.13

656.13

164.00

FDS 2 375

170.00

PCHWP ZDR 01 03

1745 x 1234 x 250

876.00

1334.90

2210.90

553.00

FDS 2 1400

635.00

SCHWP ZDR 01 03

1645 x 1134 x 250

876.00

1383.13

2259.13

565.00

FDS 2 1400

635.00

FLOATING FLOORS SCHEDULE

PROJECT : COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER

SUBJECT : KINETIC FLOATING FLOORS

SCHEDULE OF MATERIALS FOR FLOATING FLOORS ( AIR HANDLING UNITS )


Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 6.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 6.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 6.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 3.00 4.00 35.00 3.00 4.00 35.00 No. of Rolls No. of Additional KIP Pads No. of PIB ( Meters ) No. of Junction Plates ( Sets ) 131.00 131.00 131.00 131.00 131.00 131.00 117.00 103.00 95.00 103.00 No. of Pails 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS

Equipment Reference

AHU MZF P. AREA 06

AHU GF P. AREA 06

AHU MZF P. AREA 07

AHU GF P. AREA 07

AHU CINEMA L 01

AHU CINEMA L 02

AHU 1F CHILDPLAY L 01

AHU 2F OFF33 01

AHU 1F OFF33 01

AHU 1F OFF34 01

AHU 2F OFF34 01 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 6.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 6.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 4.00 30.00 30.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 30.00 30.00 35.00 2.00 4.00 30.00 2.00 4.00 30.00 2.00 4.00 30.00 2.00 4.00 30.00 103.00 103.00 103.00 103.00 103.00 103.00 133.00 115.00 133.00 115.00 103.00 117.00 115.00 2.00 4.00 30.00 103.00

2.00

4.00

30.00

103.00

3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS

AHU 1F OFF36 01

AHU 2F OFF36 01

AHU 1F OFF38 01

AHU 2F OFF38 01

AHU GF P.AREA 11

AHU 1F OFF37 01

AHU 2F OFF37 01

AHU MZF P.AREA 11

AHU GF P.AREA 02

AHU MZF P.AREA 01

AHU 1F OFF28 01

AHU 1F OFF27 01

AHU GF P.AREA 01

AHU 2F OFF27 01

AHU 2F OFF28 01 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 6.00 6.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 35.00 35.00 30.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 146.00 146.00 117.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 117.00

3.00

4.00

30.00

117.00

3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS

AHU CINEMA 03

AHU CINEMA 04

AHU CINEMA 05

AHU 1F EM. CORRIDOR 05

AHU CINEMA 06

AHU CINEMA 07

AHU CINEMA 08

AHU CINEMA 01

AHU CINEMA 02

AHU 2F OFF32 01

AHU 1F OFF32 01

AHU MZF P.AREA 10

AHU GF P.AREA 10

AHU 3F OFF20 01

AHU 3F OFF19 01 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 6.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 35.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 30.00 3.00 6.00 35.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 146.00 146.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 146.00 146.00 146.00 117.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 117.00

3.00

4.00

30.00

117.00

3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS

AHU 3F OFF17 01

AHU 3F OFF18 01

AHU 3F OFF01 01

AHU 3F OFF02 01

AHU MZF P.AREA 04

AHU GF P.AREA 04

AHU 3F OFF07 01

AHU 3F OFF08 01

AHU 3F OFF09 01

AHU 3F OFF10 01

AHU MZF P.AREA 03

AHU GF P.AREA 03

AHU MZF P.AREA 02

AHU 3F OFF16 01

AHU 3F OFF15 01 1 1 1 1 1 1 3.00 6.00 30.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 3.00 4.00 30.00 3.00 6.00 35.00 3.00 6.00 35.00 155.00 146.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 3.00 4.00 35.00 115.00

3.00

4.00

30.00

117.00

3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS 3 PAILS

AHU GF CHILD FUNZONE 01

AHU MZF RS 05 01

AHU MZF P.AREA 09

AHU GF P.AREA 09

AHU GF P.AREA 08

AHU MZF P.AREA 08

ITEM TOTAL QUANTITY 174.00 272.00 1,965.00 7,456.00 3 PAILS

NO. OF ROLLS

ADDITIONAL KIP PADS

PIB METERS

JUNCTION PLATES & SCREW

ADHESIVE

PROJECT : COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER

SUBJECT : KINETIC FLOATING FLOORS SCHEDULE OF MATERIALS FOR FLOATING FLOORS ( CHILLERS )
Qty 3 2 2 5 4 2 4.00 56.00 17.00 120.00 17.00 150.00 12.00 84.00 70.00 85.00 85.00 45.00 7.00 64.00 55.00 12.00 84.00 70.00 No. of Rolls No. of Additional KIP Pads No. of PIB ( Meters ) No. of Junction Plates ( Sets ) 583.00 323.00 583.00 847.00 847.00 194.00 No. of Pail 1 PAIL 1 PAIL 1 PAIL 1 PAIL 1 PAIL 1 PAIL

Equipment Reference

CH ZB 01 03

CH ZER 01 02

CH ZEF 01 02

CH ZDF 01 05

CH ZCF 01 04

CH ZCR 01 02

ITEM 69.00 558.00 410.00 3,377.00 1 PAIL

TOTAL QUANTITY

NO. OF ROLLS

ADDITIONAL KIP PADS

PIB METERS

JUNCTION PLATES & SCREW

ADHESIVE

PROJECT : COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER

SUBJECT : KINETIC FLOATING FLOORS

SCHEDULE OF MATERIALS FOR FLOATING FLOORS ( PUMPS )

Equipment Reference

Qty

No. of Rolls

No. of Additional KIP Pads 18.00 24.00

No. of PIB ( Meters )

No. of Junction Plates ( Sets ) 18.00

No. of Pail

PCHWP ZCR 01 03

1.00

1 PAIL

SCHWP ZCR 01 03

1.00

18.00

24.00

18.00

1 PAIL

PCHWP ZB 01 04

1.00

24.00

32.00

24.00

1 PAIL

SCHWP ZB 01 04

1.00

24.00

32.00

24.00

1 PAIL

PCHWP ZEF 01 04

1.00

24.00

32.00

24.00

1 PAIL

SCHWP ZEF 01 04

1.00

24.00

32.00

24.00

1 PAIL

PCHWP ZDF 01 06

1.00

36.00

48.00

36.00

1 PAIL

SCHWP ZDF 01 06

1.00

24.00

48.00

36.00

1 PAIL

PCHWP ZCF 01 05

1.00

30.00

40.00

30.00

1 PAIL

SCHWP ZCF 01 05

1.00

20.00

40.00

30.00

1 PAIL

PCHWP ZDR 01 03 SCHWP ZDR 01 03 6 1.00 40.00 48.00

36.00

1 PAIL

ITEM TOTAL QUANTITY 11.00 282.00 400.00 300.00 1.00

NO. OF ROLLS

ADDITIONAL KIP PADS

PIB METERS

JUNCTION PLATES & SCREW

ADHESIVE

SOUND CALCULATION

28-Jul-11 KINETICS NOISE CONTROL NC LEVEL FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT ************************************************ Analysis Performed By: Von Ryan V. Grande Electro - Mechanical Deaprtment Qatar International Trading Company Salwa Road, Qatar Phone: +974 4667782 Fax: +974 4667783 Job Information: COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER M / S TERNA
This Program has been designed to aid in the calculation of the effectiveness of various floor systems. Formulas used are generally accepted by the acoustic community and material data has been drawn from industry sources or acoustic tests. It is intended as an estimator and KNC is not responsible for the accuracy of the results.

PROJECT DATA

*********************************************** This Program Provided By: Kinetics Noise Control, Inc. 6300 Irelan Place Dublin, Ohio 43017 Phone: 614-889-0480 Fax: 614-889-0540 E-mail: vib@kineticsnoise.com

************************************************ Equipment Reference Model Motor Power Qty. Location ************************************************

LIST OF NOISE SOURCES CH - ZB - 01 - 03 CARRIER -3 Roof

***************************************

SUMMARIZED NOISE DATA ***************************************

Mid Band Frequency - Hz 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 Sound Power Levels - dB 102 102 100 96 94 88 84 86 Extension of F.F beyond edge of CHILLER 2.00 M Free Field Correction - dB -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 Surface Directivity Correction - dB 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Directly beneath CHILLER Correction as per BS 4142:1967 Impulsive Character : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Intermittency : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Insulation : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Area : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Time of Day : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Season : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building SPL at Top of Slab - dB Reduction - 16" concrete slab + 4" FF Slab Reduction - Room Effect With Considerable Flanking Resulting noise levels in receiver room dB 90 43 1 46 90 45 2 43 88 54 2 32 84 60 4 20 82 61 6 15 76 66 8 2 72 70 8 -6 74 74 8 -8

The Total noise contributed by the above list of noise sources minus the sum of the insertion loss of the floor-ceiling Construction and the effect of the receiver room, results in a noise level equivalent toNC-25

For reference, the sound pressure level for NC25

54

44

37

31

27

24

22

21

KINETICSTM

United States: 6300 Irelan Place.Dublin Ohio 43017. Phone-614.889.0480. Fax-614.889.0540 www.kineticsnoise.com

28-Jul-11 KINETICS NOISE CONTROL NC LEVEL FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT ************************************************ Analysis Performed By: Von Ryan V. Grande Electro - Mechanical Deaprtment Qatar International Trading Company Salwa Road, Qatar Phone: +974 4667782 Fax: +974 4667783 Job Information: COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER M / S TERNA
This Program has been designed to aid in the calculation of the effectiveness of various floor systems. Formulas used are generally accepted by the acoustic community and material data has been drawn from industry sources or acoustic tests. It is intended as an estimator and KNC is not responsible for the accuracy of the results.

PROJECT DATA

*********************************************** This Program Provided By: Kinetics Noise Control, Inc. 6300 Irelan Place Dublin, Ohio 43017 Phone: 614-889-0480 Fax: 614-889-0540 E-mail: vib@kineticsnoise.com

************************************************ Equipment Reference Model Motor Power Qty. Location ************************************************

LIST OF NOISE SOURCES CH - ZEF 01 TO 03 CARRIER -3 Roof

***************************************

SUMMARIZED NOISE DATA ***************************************

Mid Band Frequency - Hz 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 Sound Power Levels - dB 102 102 100 96 94 88 84 86 Extension of F.F beyond edge of CHILLER 2.00 M Free Field Correction - dB -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 Surface Directivity Correction - dB 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Directly beneath CHILLER Correction as per BS 4142:1967 Impulsive Character : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Intermittency : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Insulation : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Area : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Time of Day : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Season : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building SPL at Top of Slab - dB Reduction - 16" concrete slab + 4" FF Slab Reduction - Room Effect With Considerable Flanking Resulting noise levels in receiver room dB 90 43 1 46 90 45 2 43 88 54 2 32 84 60 4 20 82 61 6 15 76 66 8 2 72 70 8 -6 74 74 8 -8

The Total noise contributed by the above list of noise sources minus the sum of the insertion loss of the floor-ceiling Construction and the effect of the receiver room, results in a noise level equivalent toNC-25

For reference, the sound pressure level for NC25

54

44

37

31

27

24

22

21

KINETICSTM

United States: 6300 Irelan Place.Dublin Ohio 43017. Phone-614.889.0480. Fax-614.889.0540 www.kineticsnoise.com

28-Jul-11 KINETICS NOISE CONTROL NC LEVEL FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT ************************************************ Analysis Performed By: Von Ryan V. Grande Electro - Mechanical Deaprtment Qatar International Trading Company Salwa Road, Qatar Phone: +974 4667782 Fax: +974 4667783 Job Information: COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER M / S TERNA
This Program has been designed to aid in the calculation of the effectiveness of various floor systems. Formulas used are generally accepted by the acoustic community and material data has been drawn from industry sources or acoustic tests. It is intended as an estimator and KNC is not responsible for the accuracy of the results.

PROJECT DATA

*********************************************** This Program Provided By: Kinetics Noise Control, Inc. 6300 Irelan Place Dublin, Ohio 43017 Phone: 614-889-0480 Fax: 614-889-0540 E-mail: vib@kineticsnoise.com

************************************************ Equipment Reference Model Motor Power Qty. Location ************************************************

LIST OF NOISE SOURCES CH - ZCF 01 TO 04 CARRIER -4 Roof

***************************************

SUMMARIZED NOISE DATA ***************************************

Mid Band Frequency - Hz 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 Sound Power Levels - dB 104 104 101 97 96 89 85 87 Extension of F.F beyond edge of CHILLER 2.00 M Free Field Correction - dB -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 Surface Directivity Correction - dB 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Directly beneath CHILLER Correction as per BS 4142:1967 Impulsive Character : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Intermittency : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Insulation : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Area : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Time of Day : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Season : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building SPL at Top of Slab - dB Reduction - 16" concrete slab + 4" FF Slab Reduction - Room Effect With Considerable Flanking Resulting noise levels in receiver room dB 92 43 1 48 92 45 2 45 89 54 2 33 85 60 4 21 84 61 6 17 77 66 8 3 73 70 8 -5 75 74 8 -7

The Total noise contributed by the above list of noise sources minus the sum of the insertion loss of the floor-ceiling Construction and the effect of the receiver room, results in a noise level equivalent toNC-25

For reference, the sound pressure level for NC30

57

48

41

35

31

29

28

27

KINETICSTM

United States: 6300 Irelan Place.Dublin Ohio 43017. Phone-614.889.0480. Fax-614.889.0540 www.kineticsnoise.com

28-Jul-11 KINETICS NOISE CONTROL NC LEVEL FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT ************************************************ Analysis Performed By: Von Ryan V. Grande Electro - Mechanical Deaprtment Qatar International Trading Company Salwa Road, Qatar Phone: +974 4667782 Fax: +974 4667783 Job Information: COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER M / S TERNA
This Program has been designed to aid in the calculation of the effectiveness of various floor systems. Formulas used are generally accepted by the acoustic community and material data has been drawn from industry sources or acoustic tests. It is intended as an estimator and KNC is not responsible for the accuracy of the results.

PROJECT DATA

*********************************************** This Program Provided By: Kinetics Noise Control, Inc. 6300 Irelan Place Dublin, Ohio 43017 Phone: 614-889-0480 Fax: 614-889-0540 E-mail: vib@kineticsnoise.com

************************************************ Equipment Reference Model Motor Power Qty. Location ************************************************

LIST OF NOISE SOURCES CH - ZCR 01 TO 02 CARRIER -2 Roof

***************************************

SUMMARIZED NOISE DATA ***************************************

Mid Band Frequency - Hz 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 Sound Power Levels - dB 102 102 100 96 94 88 84 86 Extension of F.F beyond edge of CHILLER 2.00 M Free Field Correction - dB -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 Surface Directivity Correction - dB 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Directly beneath CHILLER Correction as per BS 4142:1967 Impulsive Character : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Intermittency : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Insulation : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Area : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Time of Day : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Season : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building SPL at Top of Slab - dB Reduction - 16" concrete slab + 4" FF Slab Reduction - Room Effect With Considerable Flanking Resulting noise levels in receiver room dB 90 43 1 46 90 45 2 43 88 54 2 32 84 60 4 20 82 61 6 15 76 66 8 2 72 70 8 -6 74 74 8 -8

The Total noise contributed by the above list of noise sources minus the sum of the insertion loss of the floor-ceiling Construction and the effect of the receiver room, results in a noise level equivalent toNC-25

For reference, the sound pressure level for NC25

54

44

37

31

27

24

22

21

KINETICSTM

United States: 6300 Irelan Place.Dublin Ohio 43017. Phone-614.889.0480. Fax-614.889.0540 www.kineticsnoise.com

28-Jul-11 KINETICS NOISE CONTROL NC LEVEL FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT ************************************************ Analysis Performed By: Von Ryan V. Grande Electro - Mechanical Deaprtment Qatar International Trading Company Salwa Road, Qatar Phone: +974 4667782 Fax: +974 4667783 Job Information: COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER M / S TERNA
This Program has been designed to aid in the calculation of the effectiveness of various floor systems. Formulas used are generally accepted by the acoustic community and material data has been drawn from industry sources or acoustic tests. It is intended as an estimator and KNC is not responsible for the accuracy of the results.

PROJECT DATA

*********************************************** This Program Provided By: Kinetics Noise Control, Inc. 6300 Irelan Place Dublin, Ohio 43017 Phone: 614-889-0480 Fax: 614-889-0540 E-mail: vib@kineticsnoise.com

************************************************ Equipment Reference Model Motor Power Qty. Location ************************************************

LIST OF NOISE SOURCES CH - ZER 01 TO 02 CARRIER -2 Roof

***************************************

SUMMARIZED NOISE DATA ***************************************

Mid Band Frequency - Hz 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 Sound Power Levels - dB 101 101 98 97 95 89 85 87 Extension of F.F beyond edge of CHILLER 2.00 M Free Field Correction - dB -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 Surface Directivity Correction - dB 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Directly beneath CHILLER Correction as per BS 4142:1967 Impulsive Character : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Intermittency : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Insulation : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Area : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Time of Day : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Season : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building SPL at Top of Slab - dB Reduction - 16" concrete slab + 4" FF Slab Reduction - Room Effect With Considerable Flanking Resulting noise levels in receiver room dB 89 43 1 45 89 45 2 42 86 54 2 30 85 60 4 21 83 61 6 16 77 66 8 3 73 70 8 -5 75 74 8 -7

The Total noise contributed by the above list of noise sources minus the sum of the insertion loss of the floor-ceiling Construction and the effect of the receiver room, results in a noise level equivalent toNC-25

For reference, the sound pressure level for NC25

54

44

37

31

27

24

22

21

KINETICSTM

United States: 6300 Irelan Place.Dublin Ohio 43017. Phone-614.889.0480. Fax-614.889.0540 www.kineticsnoise.com

28-Jul-11 KINETICS NOISE CONTROL NC LEVEL FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT ************************************************ Analysis Performed By: Von Ryan V. Grande Electro - Mechanical Deaprtment Qatar International Trading Company Salwa Road, Qatar Phone: +974 4667782 Fax: +974 4667783 Job Information: COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT @ AL NASSER M / S TERNA
This Program has been designed to aid in the calculation of the effectiveness of various floor systems. Formulas used are generally accepted by the acoustic community and material data has been drawn from industry sources or acoustic tests. It is intended as an estimator and KNC is not responsible for the accuracy of the results.

PROJECT DATA

*********************************************** This Program Provided By: Kinetics Noise Control, Inc. 6300 Irelan Place Dublin, Ohio 43017 Phone: 614-889-0480 Fax: 614-889-0540 E-mail: vib@kineticsnoise.com

************************************************ Equipment Reference Model Motor Power Qty. Location ************************************************

LIST OF NOISE SOURCES CH - ZDF - 01 - 05 CARRIER -5 Roof

***************************************

SUMMARIZED NOISE DATA ***************************************

Mid Band Frequency - Hz 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 Sound Power Levels - dB 104 104 101 97 96 89 85 87 Extension of F.F beyond edge of CHILLER 2.00 M Free Field Correction - dB -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 -17 Surface Directivity Correction - dB 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Directly beneath CHILLER Correction as per BS 4142:1967 Impulsive Character : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Intermittency : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Insulation : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Type of Area : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Time of Day : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building Season : Not Applicable as we are not calculating Noise Levels outside the building SPL at Top of Slab - dB Reduction - 16" concrete slab + 4" FF Slab Reduction - Room Effect With Considerable Flanking Resulting noise levels in receiver room dB 92 43 1 48 92 45 2 45 89 54 2 33 85 60 4 21 84 61 6 17 77 66 8 3 73 70 8 -5 75 74 8 -7

The Total noise contributed by the above list of noise sources minus the sum of the insertion loss of the floor-ceiling Construction and the effect of the receiver room, results in a noise level equivalent toNC-25

For reference, the sound pressure level for NC30

57

48

41

35

31

29

28

27

KINETICSTM

United States: 6300 Irelan Place.Dublin Ohio 43017. Phone-614.889.0480. Fax-614.889.0540 www.kineticsnoise.com

CALCULATION
a. INERTIA BASE CALCULATION FOR PUMPS b. FLOATING FLOOR CALCULATION FOR AHU, PUMPS & CHILLERS

INERTIA BASE CALCULATION

MODEL : TA1224 ( PCHWP ZB 01 TO 04 ) FRAME : 213T QTY : 4 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1245.00mm RPM = 1450 A. Calculation : W = 584.00mm Weight = 610.00kg Operating Weight = 610 x 1.2 = 732.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1645 x 1134 x 250 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.645 + 1.134 ) * 2 * 7.2 = 40.02kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.645 * 1.134 * 0.25 * 2400 ) = 1119.26kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 40.02 + 1119.26 ) = 1159.28kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 1159.28 + 732.00 ) = 1891.28kg Weight Ratio : ( 1159.28 / 732.00 ) = 1.58 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 1891.28 / 4 ) = 473.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 1120 Rated Capacity : 508.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 473 * 51 ) / 508 = 47mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.86 = 2.28 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.28 )2 1) ] = 0.00905 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.28 )2 1 ) ] = 99.09 %

MODEL : TA1224 ( SCHWP ZB 01 TO 04 ) FRAME : 215T QTY : 4 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1245.00mm RPM = 1450 B. Calculation : W = 584.00mm Weight = 133.00kg Operating Weight = 133 x 1.2 = 160.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1445 x 934 x 150 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.445 + 0.934 ) * 2 * 7.2 = 34.26kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.445 * 0.934 * 0.15 * 2400 ) = 485.87kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 34.26 + 485.87 ) = 520.13kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 520.13 + 160.00 ) = 680.13kg Weight Ratio : ( 520.13 / 160.00 ) = 3.25 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 680.13 / 4 ) = 170.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 375 Rated Capacity : 170.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 170 * 51 ) / 170 = 51mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 2.00 = 2.20 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.20 )2 1) ] = 0.008422 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.20 )2 1 ) ] = 99.15 %

MODEL : TA1224 ( PCHWP ZDF 01 TO 06 ) FRAME : 213T QTY : 6 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1245.00mm RPM = 1450 C. Calculation : W = 584.00mm Weight = 610.00kg Operating Weight = 610 x 1.2 = 732.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1645 x 1134 x 250 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.645 + 1.134 ) * 2 * 7.2 = 40.02kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.645 * 1.134 * 0.25 * 2400 ) = 1119.26kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 40.02 + 1119.26 ) = 1159.28kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 1159.28 + 732.00 ) = 1891.28kg Weight Ratio : ( 1159.28 / 732.00 ) = 1.58 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 1891.28 / 4 ) = 473.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 1120 Rated Capacity : 508.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 473 * 51 ) / 508 = 47mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.86 = 2.28 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.28 )2 1) ] = 0.00905 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.28 )2 1 ) ] = 99.09 %

MODEL : TA1224 ( SCHWP ZDF 01 TO 06 ) FRAME : 215T QTY : 6 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1435.00mm RPM = 1450 D. Calculation : W = 737.00mm Weight = 133.00kg Operating Weight = 133 x 1.2 = 160.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1635 x 1087 x 150 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.635 + 1.087 ) * 2 * 7.2 = 39.20kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.635 * 1.087 * 0.15 * 2400 ) = 639.81kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 39.20 + 639.81 ) = 679.01kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 679.01 + 160.00 ) = 839.01kg Weight Ratio : ( 679.01 / 160.00 ) = 4.24 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 839.01 / 4 ) = 210.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 500 Rated Capacity : 227.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 210 * 51 ) / 227 = 47mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.85 = 2.29 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.29 )2 1) ] = 0.009110 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.29 )2 1 ) ] = 99.08s %

MODEL : TA1224 ( PCHWP ZCP 01 TO 05 ) FRAME : 213T QTY : 5 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1245.00mm RPM = 1450 E. Calculation : W = 584.00mm Weight = 610.00kg Operating Weight = 610 x 1.2 = 732.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1645 x 1134 x 250 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.645 + 1.134 ) * 2 * 7.2 = 40.02kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.645 * 1.134 * 0.25 * 2400 ) = 1119.26kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 40.02 + 1119.26 ) = 1159.28kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 1159.28 + 732.00 ) = 1891.28kg Weight Ratio : ( 1159.28 / 732.00 ) = 1.58 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 1891.28 / 4 ) = 473.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 1120 Rated Capacity : 508.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 473 * 51 ) / 508 = 47mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.86 = 2.28 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.28 )2 1) ] = 0.00905 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.28 )2 1 ) ] = 99.09 %

MODEL : TA1224 ( SCHWP ZCF 01 TO 05 ) FRAME : 215T QTY : 6 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1435.00mm RPM = 1450 F. Calculation : W = 737.00mm Weight = 133.00kg Operating Weight = 133 x 1.2 = 160.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1635 x 1087 x 150 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.635 + 1.087 ) * 2 * 7.2 = 39.20kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.635 * 1.087 * 0.15 * 2400 ) = 639.81kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 39.20 + 639.81 ) = 679.01kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 679.01 + 160.00 ) = 839.01kg Weight Ratio : ( 679.01 / 160.00 ) = 4.24 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 839.01 / 4 ) = 210.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 500 Rated Capacity : 227.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 210 * 51 ) / 227 = 47mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.85 = 2.29 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.29 )2 1) ] = 0.009110 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.29 )2 1 ) ] = 99.08s %

MODEL : TA1224 ( PCHWP ZCR 01 TO 03 ) FRAME : 213T QTY : 3 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1245.00mm RPM = 1450 G. Calculation : W = 584.00mm Weight = 610.00kg Operating Weight = 610 x 1.2 = 732.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1645 x 1134 x 250 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.645 + 1.134 ) * 2 * 7.2 = 40.02kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.645 * 1.134 * 0.25 * 2400 ) = 1119.26kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 40.02 + 1119.26 ) = 1159.28kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 1159.28 + 732.00 ) = 1891.28kg Weight Ratio : ( 1159.28 / 732.00 ) = 1.58 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 1891.28 / 4 ) = 473.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 1120 Rated Capacity : 508.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 473 * 51 ) / 508 = 47mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.86 = 2.28 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.28 )2 1) ] = 0.00905 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.28 )2 1 ) ] = 99.09 %

MODEL : TA1224 ( SCHWP ZCR 01 TO 03 ) FRAME : 213T QTY : 3 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1245.00mm RPM = 1450 H. Calculation : W = 584.00mm Weight = 730.00kg Operating Weight = 730 x 1.2 = 876.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1645 x 1134 x 300 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.645 + 1.134 ) * 2 * 7.2 = 40.02kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.645 * 1.134 * 0.30 * 2400 ) = 1343.11kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 40.02 + 1343.11 ) = 1383.13kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 1383.13 + 876.00 ) = 2259.13kg Weight Ratio : ( 1383.13 / 876.00 ) = 1.57 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 2259.13 / 4 ) = 565.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 1400 Rated Capacity : 635.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 565 * 51 ) / 635 = 45mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.78 = 2.34 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.34 )2 1) ] = 0.00947 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.34 )2 1 ) ] = 99.05 %

MODEL : TA1224 ( PCHWP ZEF 01 TO 04 ) FRAME : 213T QTY : 4 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1245.00mm RPM = 1450 I. Calculation : W = 584.00mm Weight = 610.00kg Operating Weight = 610 x 1.2 = 732.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1645 x 1134 x 250 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.645 + 1.134 ) * 2 * 7.2 = 40.02kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.645 * 1.134 * 0.25 * 2400 ) = 1119.26kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 40.02 + 1119.26 ) = 1159.28kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 1159.28 + 732.00 ) = 1891.28kg Weight Ratio : ( 1159.28 / 732.00 ) = 1.58 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 1891.28 / 4 ) = 473.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 1120 Rated Capacity : 508.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 473 * 51 ) / 508 = 47mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.86 = 2.28 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.28 )2 1) ] = 0.00905 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.28 )2 1 ) ] = 99.09 %

MODEL : TA1224 ( SCHWP ZEF 01 TO 04 ) FRAME : 213T QTY : 4 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1245.00mm RPM = 1450 J. Calculation : W = 584.00mm Weight = 113.00kg Operating Weight = 113 x 1.2 = 136.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1445 x 934 x 150 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.445 + 0.934) * 2 * 7.2 = 34.26kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.445 * 0.934 * 0.15 * 2400 ) = 485.87kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 34.26 + 485.87 ) = 520.13kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 520.13 + 136.00 ) = 656.13kg Weight Ratio : ( 520.13 / 136.00 ) = 3.82 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 656.13 / 4 ) = 164.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 375 Rated Capacity : 170.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 164 * 51 ) / 170 = 49mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.93 = 2.24 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.24 )2 1) ] = 0.00873 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.24 )2 1 ) ] = 99.12 %

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MODEL : TA1224 ( PCHWP ZDR 01 TO 03 ) FRAME : 213T QTY : 3 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1245.00mm RPM = 1450 K. Calculation : W = 584.00mm Weight = 730.00kg Operating Weight = 730 x 1.2 = 876.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1645 x 1134 x 300 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.645 + 1.134 ) * 2 * 7.2 = 40.02kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.645 * 1.134 * 0.30 * 2400 ) = 1343.11kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 40.02 + 1343.11 ) = 1383.13kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 1383.13 + 876.00 ) = 2259.13kg Weight Ratio : ( 1383.13 / 876.00 ) = 1.57 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 2259.13 / 4 ) = 565.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 1400 Rated Capacity : 635.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 565 * 51 ) / 635 = 45mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.78 = 2.34 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.34 )2 1) ] = 0.00947 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.34 )2 1 ) ] = 99.05 %

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MODEL : TA1224 ( SCHWP ZDR 01 TO 03 ) FRAME : 213T QTY : 3 NOS

DIMENSIONS : L = 1245.00mm RPM = 1450 L. Calculation : W = 584.00mm Weight = 113.00kg Operating Weight = 113 x 1.2 = 136.00kg

Proposed Inertia Base Dimension : 1445 x 934 x 150 mm Inertia Base Steel Weight : ( 1.445 + 0.934) * 2 * 7.2 = 34.26kg Inertia Base Concrete Weight : ( 1.445 * 0.934 * 0.15 * 2400 ) = 485.87kg Total Weight of Inertia Base: ( 34.26 + 485.87 ) = 520.13kg Total Weight acting on the isolators : ( 520.13 + 136.00 ) = 656.13kg Weight Ratio : ( 520.13 / 136.00 ) = 3.82 Actual Load per Isolator : ( 656.13 / 4 ) = 164.00kg Selected Isolator : FDS 2 375 Rated Capacity : 170.00kg Rated Deflection : 51mm Actual Deflection : ( 164 * 51 ) / 170 = 49mm / 25.4 Natural Frequency Fn (Hz) : 3.13 1 / 1.93 = 2.24 Forced Frequency Ft (Hz) : 1450 / 60 = 24.17 Transmissibility : [ 1 / [ ( 24.17 / 2.24 )2 1) ] = 0.00873 Isolation Efficiency % :100 * ( 1 - [ 1 / ( 24.17 / 2.24 )2 1 ) ] = 99.12 %

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FLOATING FLOORS CALCULATION

FOR AHU MZF P. AREA 06 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4781 MM Width = 3085 MM Operating Weight = 1380.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8781 MM Width = 7085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.781 x 5.90 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.90 ) = 7.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1380.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.781 + 7.085 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.781 x 7.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 131 sets

FOR AHU GF P. AREA 06 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4781 MM Width = 3085 MM Operating Weight = 880.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8781 MM Width = 7085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.781 x 5.90 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.90 ) = 7.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 880.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.781 + 7.085 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.781 x 7.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 131 sets

FOR AHU MZF P. AREA 07 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4781 MM Width = 3085 MM Operating Weight = 1984.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8781 MM Width = 7085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.781 x 5.90 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.90 ) = 7.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1984.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.781 + 7.085 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.781 x 7.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 131 sets

FOR AHU GF P. AREA 07 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4781 MM Width = 3085 MM Operating Weight = 1176.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8781 MM Width = 7085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.781 x 5.90 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.90 ) = 7.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1176.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.781 + 7.085 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.781 x 7.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 131 sets

FOR AHU CINEMA L 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4781 MM Width = 3085 MM Operating Weight = 2060.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8781 MM Width = 7085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.781 x 5.90 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.90 ) = 7.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 2060.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.781 + 7.085 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.781 x 7.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 131 sets

FOR AHU CINEMA L 02 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4781 MM Width = 3085 MM Operating Weight = 1086.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8781 MM Width = 7085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.781 x 5.90 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.90 ) = 7.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1086.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.781 + 7.085 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.781 x 7.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 131 sets

FOR AHU 1F CHILD PLAY 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4415 MM Width = 2585 MM Operating Weight = 1560.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8415 MM Width = 6585 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.585M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1560.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.585 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.585 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

FOR AHU 2F OFF33 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 864.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 864.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

FOR AHU 1F OFF33 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 3684 MM Width = 1891 MM Operating Weight = 756.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 7684 MM Width = 5891 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 7.684 x 4.90 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 4.90 ) = 5.891M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 756.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 7.684 + 5.891 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 7.684 x 5.891 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 95 sets

FOR AHU 1F OFF34 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 864.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 864.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

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FOR AHU 2F OFF34 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 912.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 912.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

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FOR AHU 1F OFF36 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 656.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 656.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

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FOR AHU 2F OFF36 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 688.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 688.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

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FOR AHU 1F OFF38 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 864.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 864.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

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FOR AHU 2F OFF38 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 880.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 880.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

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FOR AHU GF P. AREA 11 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 880.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 880.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

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FOR AHU 1F OFF37 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 1100.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1100.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

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FOR AHU 2F OFF37 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 880.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 880.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

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FOR AHU MZF P. AREA 11 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4781 MM Width = 3085 MM Operating Weight = 2060.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8781 MM Width = 7085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.781 x 5.90 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.90 ) = 7.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 2060.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.781 + 7.085 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.781 x 7.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 133 sets

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FOR AHU GF P. AREA 02 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4415 MM Width = 2493 MM Operating Weight = 1544.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8415 MM Width = 6493 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.41 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.41 ) = 6.493M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1544.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.493 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.493 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 115 sets

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FOR AHU MZF P. AREA 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4781 MM Width = 3085 MM Operating Weight = 1908.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8781 MM Width = 7085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.781 x 5.90 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.90 ) = 7.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1908.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.781 + 7.085 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.781 x 7.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 133 sets

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FOR AHU 1F OFF28 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4415 MM Width = 2493 MM Operating Weight = 1372.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8415 MM Width = 6493 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.41 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.41 ) = 6.493M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1372.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.493 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.493 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 115 sets

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FOR AHU 1F OFF27 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4050 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 1176.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8050 MM Width = 6085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.050 x 5.07 ) / 20 = 2.00 ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.07 ) = 6.085M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1176.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.050 + 6.085 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.050 x 6.085 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 103 sets

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FOR AHU GF P.AREA 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4415 MM Width = 2585 MM Operating Weight = 1560.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8415 MM Width = 6585 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.585M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1560.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.585 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.585 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 2F OFF27 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4415 MM Width = 2493 MM Operating Weight = 1336.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8415 MM Width = 6493 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.41 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.41 ) = 6.493M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1336.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.493 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.493 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 115 sets

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FOR AHU 2F OFF28 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4415 MM Width = 2585 MM Operating Weight = 1544.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8415 MM Width = 6585 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.585M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1544.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.585 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.585 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU CINEMA 03 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 456.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 456.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU CINEMA 04 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 456.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8430 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.430 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 456.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.430 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.430 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU CINEMA 05 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 456.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 456.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 1F EM. CORRIDOR 05 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 1100.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1100.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU CINEMA 06 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 456.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 456.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU CINEMA 07 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 636.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 636.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU CINEMA 08 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 656.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 656.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU CINEMA 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 656.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 656.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU CINEMA 02 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 636.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 636.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 2F OFF 32 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 1176.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1176.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 1F OFF 32 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4420 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 1544.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8420 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.420 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1544.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.420 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.420 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU MZF P. AREA 10 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 5150 MM Width = 3580 MM Operating Weight = 2060.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 9150 MM Width = 7580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 9.15 x 6.31 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 6.31 ) = 7.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 2060.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 9.150 + 7.580 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 9.15 x 7.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 146 sets

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FOR AHU GF P. AREA 10 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 5150 MM Width = 3580 MM Operating Weight = 1336.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 9150 MM Width = 7580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 9.15 x 6.31 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 6.31 ) = 7.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1336.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 9.150 + 7.580 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 9.15 x 7.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 146 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 20 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4420 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 1100.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8420 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.420 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1100.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.420 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.420 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 19 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4420 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 1100.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8420 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.420 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1100.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.420 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.420 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 17 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 636.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 636.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 18 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 656.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 656.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 01 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 832.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 832.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 02 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 820.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 820.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU MZF P. AREA 04 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 5150 MM Width = 3580 MM Operating Weight = 2076.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 9150 MM Width = 7580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 9.15 x 6.31 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 6.31 ) = 7.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 2076.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 9.150 + 7.580 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 9.15 x 7.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 146 sets

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FOR AHU GF P. AREA 04 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 5150 MM Width = 3580 MM Operating Weight = 1560.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 9150 MM Width = 7580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 9.15 x 6.31 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 6.31 ) = 7.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1560.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 9.150 + 7.580 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 9.15 x 7.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 146 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 07 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 816.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 816.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 08 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 816.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 816.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 09 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 816.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 816.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 10 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 816.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 816.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU MZF P. AREA 03 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 5150 MM Width = 3580 MM Operating Weight = 2172.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 9150 MM Width = 7580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 9.15 x 6.31 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 6.31 ) = 7.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 2172.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 9.150 + 7.580 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 9.15 x 7.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 146 sets

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FOR AHU GF P. AREA 03 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 5150 MM Width = 3580 MM Operating Weight = 1560.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 9150 MM Width = 7580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 9.15 x 6.31 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 6.31 ) = 7.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1560.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 9.150 + 7.580 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 9.15 x 7.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 146 sets

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FOR AHU MZF P. AREA 02 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 5150 MM Width = 3580 MM Operating Weight = 1560.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 9150 MM Width = 7580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 9.15 x 6.31 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 6.31 ) = 7.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1560.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 9.150 + 7.580 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 9.15 x 7.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 146 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 16 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 816.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 816.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU 3F OFF 15 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4410 MM Width = 2580 MM Operating Weight = 636.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8410 MM Width = 6580 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.410 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.580M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 636.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.410 + 6.580 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.410 x 6.580 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU GF CHILD FUNZONE 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4415 MM Width = 2493 MM Operating Weight = 1420.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8415 MM Width = 6493 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.41 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.41 ) = 6.493M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1420.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.493 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.493 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 115 sets

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FOR AHU MZF RS 05 01 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4415 MM Width = 2493 MM Operating Weight = 1735.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8415 MM Width = 6493 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.41 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.41 ) = 6.493M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1420.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.493 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.493 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 115 sets

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FOR AHU MZF P. AREA 09 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 5147 MM Width = 3585 MM Operating Weight = 2464.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 9147 MM Width = 7585 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 9.47 x 6.32 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 6.32 ) = 7.585M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 2464.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 9.147 + 7.585 ] x 2 = 35 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 9.147 x 7.585 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 146 sets

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FOR AHU GF P.AREA 09 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4415 MM Width = 2585 MM Operating Weight = 1560.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8415 MM Width = 6585 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.585M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1560.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.585 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.585 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU GF P.AREA 08 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4415 MM Width = 2585 MM Operating Weight = 1544.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8415 MM Width = 6585 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.585M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1544.00 / 363.00 = 4 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.585 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.585 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR AHU MZF P.AREA 08 ( 1NO ) GIVEN: AHU Dimensions & Weight Length = 4781 MM Width = 2085 MM Operating Weight = 1996.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of AHU = 2000 MM Concrete Plinth Dimension --------------Floating Floor Dimension Length = 8781 MM Width = 7085 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 8.415 x 5.48 ) / 20 = 3.00 ( 99 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.48 ) = 6.585M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment ) / 363 kg = 1996.00 / 363.00 = 6 nos of additional Kip Pads

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 8.415 + 6.585 ] x 2 = 30 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 8.415 x 6.585 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 117 sets

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FOR CHILLERS : CH ZB 01 TO 03 ( 3NOS ) GIVEN: ( 1 ) CHILLERS Dimensions & Weight Length = 10,170.00 MM Width = 2253.00 MM Weight = 10,000.00 kg Operating Weight = 10,170.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of CHILLERS = 2000 MM ( N/A ) Concrete Plinth Dimensions --------------Floating Floor Dimensions Length = 18,723 MM Width = 14,700 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 18.723 x 12.25 ) / 20 = = 12.0 Rolls ( 792 nos of Kip Pads ) Where ( 12.25 ) = 14.7M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment / 363 kg x Chiller Quantity = 10,170.00 / 363.00 x 3 = 28 nos of additional Kip Pads x 3 nos = ( 84 nos of Additional Kip Pads )

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 18.723 + 14.70 ] x 2 = 70 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 18.723 x 14.70 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 583 sets

FOR CHILLERS : CH ZER 01 TO 02 ( 2NOS ) GIVEN: ( 1 ) CHILLERS Dimensions & Weight Length = 11,962.00 MM Width = 2253.00 MM Weight = 10,784.00 kg Operating Weight = 10,990.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of CHILLERS = 2000 MM ( N/A ) Concrete Plinth Dimensions --------------Floating Floor Dimensions Length = 14,700.00 MM Width = 10,240.00 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 14.70 x 8.53 ) / 20 = = 7.0 Rolls ( 462 nos of Kip Pads ) Where ( 8.53 ) = 10.24M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment / 363 kg x Chiller Quantity = 10,990.00 / 363.00 x 2 = 32 nos of additional Kip Pads x 2 nos = ( 64 nos of Additional Kip Pads )

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 14.70 + 10.24 ] x 2 = 55 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 14.70 x 10.24 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 323 sets

FOR CHILLERS : CH ZEF 01 TO 03 ( 3NOS ) GIVEN: ( 1 ) CHILLERS Dimensions & Weight Length = 11,962.00 MM Width = 2253.00 MM Weight = 10,000.00 kg Operating Weight = 10,170.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of CHILLERS = 2000 MM ( N/A ) Concrete Plinth Dimensions --------------Floating Floor Dimensions Length = 18,723 MM Width = 14,700 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 18.723 x 12.25 ) / 20 = = 12.0 Rolls ( 792 nos of Kip Pads ) Where ( 12.25 ) = 14.7M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment / 363 kg x Chiller Quantity = 10,170.00 / 363.00 x 3 = 28 nos of additional Kip Pads x 3 nos = ( 84 nos of Additional Kip Pads )

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 18.723 + 14.70 ] x 2 = 70 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 18.723 x 14.70 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 583 sets

FOR CHILLERS : CH ZDF 01 TO 05 ( 5NOS ) GIVEN: ( 1 ) CHILLERS Dimensions & Weight Length = 11,962.00 MM Width = 2253.00 MM Weight = 10,000.00 kg Operating Weight = 10,610.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of CHILLERS = 2000 MM ( N/A ) Concrete Plinth Dimensions --------------Floating Floor Dimensions Length = 27,200 MM Width = 14,700 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 27.20 x 12.25 ) / 20 = = 17.0 Rolls ( 1122 nos of Kip Pads ) Where ( 12.25 ) = 14.7M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment / 363 kg x Chiller Quantity = 10,610.00 / 363.00 x 5 = 30 nos of additional Kip Pads x 5 nos = ( 150 nos of Additional Kip Pads )

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 27.20 + 14.70 ] x 2 = 85 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 27.2 x 14.70 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 847 sets

FOR CHILLERS : CH ZCF 01 TO 04 ( 4NOS ) GIVEN: ( 1 ) CHILLERS Dimensions & Weight Length = 11,962.00 MM Width = 2253.00 MM Weight = 10,000.00 kg Operating Weight = 10,610.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of CHILLERS = 2000 MM ( N/A ) Concrete Plinth Dimensions --------------Floating Floor Dimensions Length = 27,200 MM Width = 14,700 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 27.20 x 12.25 ) / 20 = = 17.0 Rolls ( 1122 nos of Kip Pads ) Where ( 12.25 ) = 14.7M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment / 363 kg x Chiller Quantity = 10,610.00 / 363.00 x 4 = 30 nos of additional Kip Pads x 3 nos = ( 120 nos of Additional Kip Pads )

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 27.20 + 14.70 ] x 2 = 85 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 27.2 x 14.70 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 847 sets

FOR CHILLERS : CH ZCR 01 TO 02 ( 2NOS ) GIVEN: ( 1 ) CHILLERS Dimensions & Weight Length = 11,962.00 MM Width = 2253.00 MM Weight = 10,000.00 kg Operating Weight = 10,170.00 kg Extension of FF beyond edge of CHILLERS = 2000 MM ( N/A ) Concrete Plinth Dimensions --------------Floating Floor Dimensions Length = 14,700.00 MM Width = 6,240.00 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 14.70 x 5.20 ) / 20 = = 4.0 Rolls x 2 = 8.0 Rolls ( 528 nos of Kip Pads ) Where ( 5.20 ) = 6.240M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Operating Weight of the equipment / 363 kg x Chiller Quantity = 10,170.00 / 363.00 x 2 = 28 nos of additional Kip Pads x 2 nos = ( 56 nos of Additional Kip Pads )

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 14.70 + 6.24 ] x 2 = 45 Meters

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 14.70 x 6.24 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 194 sets

FOR PCHWP ZCR 01 03 ( 3NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 732.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 1159.28 KG Total Weight = 1891.28 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 3 = 0.3 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 1891.28 / 363.00 = 6.00 of additional Kip Pads X 3 = 18 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 3 = 24 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 3 = 18 SETS

FOR SCHWP ZCR 01 03 ( 3NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 876.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 1334.90 KG Total Weight = 2210.90 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 3 = 0.3 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 2210.90 / 363.00 = 6.00 of additional Kip Pads X 3 = 18 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 3 = 24 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 3 = 18 SETS

FOR PCHWP ZB 01 04 ( 4NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 732.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 1159.28 KG Total Weight = 1891.28 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 4 = 0.4 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 1891.28 / 363.00 = 6.00 of additional Kip Pads X 4 = 24 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 4 = 32 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 4 = 24 SETS

FOR SCHWP ZB 01 04 ( 4NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 732.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 1159.28 KG Total Weight = 1891.28 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 4 = 0.4 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 1891.28 / 363.00 = 6.00 of additional Kip Pads X 4 = 24 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 4 = 32 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 4 = 24 SETS

FOR PCHWP ZEF 01 04 ( 4NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 732.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 1159.28 KG Total Weight = 1891.28 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 4 = 0.4 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 1891.28 / 363.00 = 6.00 of additional Kip Pads X 4 = 24 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 4 = 32 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 4 = 24 SETS

FOR SCHWP ZEF 01 04 ( 4NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 136.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 520.13 KG Total Weight = 656.13 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 4 = 0.4 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 656.13 / 363.00 = 6.00 of additional Kip Pads X 4 = 24 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 4 = 32 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 4 = 24 SETS

FOR PCHWP ZDF 01 06 ( 6NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 732.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 1159.28 KG Total Weight = 1891.28 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 6 = 0.6 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 1891.28 / 363.00 = 6.00 of additional Kip Pads X 6 = 36 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 6 = 48 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 6 = 36 SETS

FOR SCHWP ZDF 01 06 ( 6NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 160.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 679.01 KG Total Weight = 839.01 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 6 = 0.6 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 839.01 / 363.00 = 6.00 of additional Kip Pads X 6 = 36 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 6 = 48 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 6 = 36 SETS

FOR PCHWP ZCF 01 05 ( 5NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 732.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 1159.28 KG Total Weight = 1891.28 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 5 = 0.5 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 1891.28 / 363.00 = 6.00 of additional Kip Pads X 5 = 30 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 6 = 40 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 5 = 30 SETS

FOR SCHWP ZCF 01 05 ( 5NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 160.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 679.01 KG Total Weight = 839.01 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 5 = 0.5 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 1891.28 / 363.00 = 4.00 of additional Kip Pads X 5 = 20 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 5 = 40 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 5 = 30 SETS

FOR PCHWP ZDR 01 03 ( 3NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 876.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 1334.90 KG Total Weight = 2210.90 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 3 = 0.3 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 2210.9 / 363.00 = 6.00 of additional Kip Pads X 3 = 18 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 3 = 24 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 3 = 18 SETS

FOR SCHWP ZDR 01 03 ( 3NOS ) GIVEN: PUMP DETAILS Pump Operating Weight = 136.00 KG Inertia Base Weight = 520.13 KG Total Weight = 656.13 KG Floating Floor Dimension Length = 2000 MM Width = 1200 MM

Calculations:

1. No. of Rolls = [ 2.0 x 1.0 ) / 20 = 0.1 x 3 = 0.3 = 1 Roll ( 66 nos Kip Pads ) Where ( 1.0 ) = 1.2M / 1.2M

2. Additional KIP Pads = Total Weight / 363 kg = 656.13 / 363.00 = 4.00 of additional Kip Pads X 3 = 12 NOS

3. PIB Meters :

= [ Length of the FF + Width of FF ] x 2 = [ 1.20 + 2.0 ] x 2 = 8.00 x 3 = 24 METERS

4. Junction Plates :

= Area of the FF x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = [ 1.2 x 2.0 ] x [ 10.76 x 6 x 1.05 / 32 ] = 6.00 x 3 = 18 SETS

SUBMITTAL DRAWINGS
a. VIBRATION ISOLATOR DRAWING FOR AHU & PUMPS b. INERTIA BASE DRAWING FOR PUMPS c. FLOATING FLOOR COMPONENTS DRAWINGS

VIBRATION ISOLATOR DRAWINGS

INERTIA BASE DRAWINGS

FLOATING FLOOR COMPONENTS DRAWINGS

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION MANUALS


a. VIBRATION ISOLATOR INSTALLATION MANUALS b. INERTIA BASE INSTALLATION MANUALS c. FLOATING FLOOR INSTALLATION MANUALS

QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCEDURE


a. VIBRATION ISOLATOR b. INERTIA BASE

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Quality Assurance Procedures

Introduction This document outlines the minimum requirements which are to be followed by our company and our sub-contractors to conform to the quality assurance requirements of Kinetics Noise Control. It is used to plan, establish, implement and maintain a quality assurance program to satisfy standards acceptable for most manufactures. The quality assurance procedures will be further supplemented with the inspection and test plans specific to each job. These procedures will be used to cover most products and materials supplied by Kinetics Noise Control. Management Responsibilities The Quality Assurance Manager reports directly to the president. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The Quality assurance Managers responsibilities include: Planning how to meet the customers quality requirements. Reviewing customer drawings and specifications. Determining inspection points. Establishing the most effective quality assurance procedure possible. Keeping adequate quality assurance records. Reviewing quality assurance records and overseeing following-ups for correction and prevention of defects. 8. Assuring that the suppliers quality assurance is adequate. 9. Inspecting all special and standard gauges, test equipment, and tooling (used to manufacture products), when required calibrating them on a regular basis. 10. Making sure inspectors make unbiased decisions to accept or reject items. 11. Reviewing purchase orders to assure that all requirements are outlined. Purchase Order Control 1. Purchase orders will be issued for all purchased materials, articles, and services. 2. The purchase order shall be complete in detail and include all drawings and specifications required to assure that items ordered and received are correct. 3. One copy of the purchase order will be placed in the receiving file and will be use to receive and account for materials.

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Receiving 1. All items received on Kinetics purchase orders will be inspected and received by the receiving department. The receiving department will check materials against the purchase order to ascertain and assure that materials are as ordered. All items shall be visually inspected for damage. If any damage exists, a description and if possible a photograph will be taken. The information will be recorded on the carrier freight bill and on the receiving papers. 2. It will be the responsibility of the receiving department to verify that all incoming materials are correct and meet the requirements of the purchase order. 3. On special or required materials notify quality assurance for inspection and testing. 4. Accepted materials will be identified with the PO number or the job number and delivered to the intended department. 5. If any materials are found to be defective, a vendor non-conformance sheet will be filled out. One copy will stay with the material the other copy will go to purchasing. Control of Purchased Items 1. The receiving department will receive incoming assemblies, sub-assemblies, components, and detailed parts purchased from outside suppliers. 2. These parts will require special inspection by an associate of the quality assurance department. 3. All other procedures as outlined above in the receiving section. Statistical Techniques 1. Statistical controls are used on purchased items with large lot sizes. Nonconforming material 1. All nonconforming material, supplies and parts will be tagged or identified as rejected material. The vendor nonconformace report should be attached to the material. 2. No one is allowed to use any material that has been rejected. 3. Check with the quality assurance department for the disposition of the material. 4. Rework or replacement material will be reinspected before released to manufacturing. Corrective action 1. The quality assurance department shall be responsible for administration of corrective action. 2. All corrective action shall include the quality department. 3. Corrective action will include preventive measures as will as inspection to determine the cause of the failure.

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Quality Records 1. Quality assurance documentation and records are maintained on certain products. 2. Inspection and test records will include proper identification of the part, requirement, verification of the result, data and identity of the inspector. 3. Quality records are kept on hand for five years unless otherwise specified. Drawing revision 1. The production manager or quality assurance department will distribute all drawing revisions. 2. The revised drawing will be marked with revision number and date. If possible a note of changes made. 3. At time of distribution all obsolete drawings will be collected, under no circumstances will obsolete drawings be allowed in circulation. Calibration of test equipment 1. All inspection, measuring, and test equipment shall be inspected and calibrated against certified standards. 2. Each piece of equipment will be maintained indicating date calibrated the next due date, and the initial of the person who performed the calibration. Final inspection 1. Quality assurance department will inspect product before shipment. 2. A detailed inspection verifying that all product dimensions match the drawing. 3. A record of the final inspection will be kept, which will include inspector name, date and dimensions checked. 4. On special and one of a kind products engineering will assist in the inspection. Product must have engineering approval before product is shipped.

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METHOD STATEMENT FOR FABRICATION OF STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAME (CIB-L & H) 1.0 SCOPE: This Specification provides Method statement for inspection and testing of fabrication of structural steel work that are fabricated under control of Abdulla Bin Belailah Fabrication shop prior to shipment. 2.0 SPECIFICATION AND STATEMENT: 2.1 The following specifications and standards shall be used in practice BS EN 287 Part 1 1992 Approval testing of welders for fusion welding steels

BS EN 288 Part 1 1992 Specification and approval of welding procedures for Metallic materials General rules for fusion welding. BS EN 288 Part 11 1992 Welding Procedure specification for arc welding. BS EN 288 Part 111 1992 Welding procedure tests for the arc welding of steels BS EN 499 1995 Welding consumables-covered electrodes for manual Metal arc welding of non alloys and fine grain steels classification. Welding Terms and symbols-specification for symbols for welding ISO metric precision hexagon bolts, screws and nutsSpecification Specification for process of arc welding of carbon and carbon manganese steels Code of practice for visual inspection of fusion welded joints. Hot rolled products of non-alloy structural steelsTechnical delivery conditions. Hot rolled products of non-alloy structural steelsTechnical delivery conditions. National structural Steelwork Specification for building Construction.

BS 499 Part 11 1980

BS 3692 2000

BS 5135 - 1984

BS 5289 1976

BS EN 10025 1993 BS EN 10034 1993

NSSS 1994

ASTM E 709 ASTM A572-04 AWS D 1.1 2006 3.0 MATERIAL:

STD guide for magnetic particle examination. Materials Standards of Hot Rolled products Structural welding code-steel

All materials S-275 JR shall confirm to the requirements of the applicable STDs and approved drawings. Mill Test certificate of the material shall be furnished along with the delivery of material from purchaser. 4.0 MATERIAL VERIFICATION: As far as the material used for structural fabrication, identification of the material with the material test certificate shall be confirmed prior to fabrication. 5.0 FABRICATION: The fabrication and erection of works shall be carried out generally in accordance with AISC as well as the stipulations contained in this contract specification. All materials shall be completely fabricated at shop and finished with proper connection materials for ready assembly in the field.QC Dossier for fabrication, and Inspection reports for erection and alignment of structural steel shall be submitted to the customer. Fabrication taken up based on the approved fabrication drawing. 5.1 Cutting Schedules: The cutting schedule shall be prepared before commencement of fabrication work for all the raw material 5.2 Straightening: All steel materials shall be straight and free from bends or twist.If the sections are distorted or twisted during transit, storage etc.they shall be straightened and/or flattened by straightening machine at ambient temperature, though minor bends may be corrected by limited heating. 5.3 Bending: The bending of plates and sections to specially required shapes shall be done either on appropriate machine or black smithy processes.

5.4

Cutting: Cutting shall be carried out by gas cutting, by hand or bug cutting machine. The edges of the plates shall be straight and uniform.Cutt edges shall be examined visually for lamination.

5.5

Holes: When holes are being drilled in one operation through two or more parts, which shall be separated after drilling and burrs shall be removed. Finished holes shall not be more than 2mm larger in diameter than the original diameter.

5.6

Notches: The ends of all the joints shall be cut truly square unless required otherwise and shall be neatly cut away or notched where necessary, the notches being kept as small as possible.

5.7 5.7.1

Assembly: The fabricated items shall be assembled in such a manner that they are neither twisted nor otherwise damaged and shall be so prepared that the specified chamber, if any is required. in order to control distortion in a member the item shall be provided proper jigs and fixtures, clamps etc. Necessary match marks shall be made on the items before dismantling in the shop and dispatching. WELDING: Welding procedure qualifications and welders and welding operators performance qualification test shall be made in accordance with AWS D1.1 / BS EN 288 Part 1 1992 with a approved WPS.

5.7.2

6.0 6.1

6.1.1 All welding shall be in conformity with BS 5950 and BS 5135 all appropriate clauses of which shall be considered as incorporated herein. 6.2 6.2.1 Edge Preparation Inspection: The edges or surface of parts to be joined by welding shall be uniform, smooth and cleaned from all foreign materials. Welding groove dimensions shall be inspected as per the fabrication drawings. Root Gap Subject to WPS.

6.2.2

6.3 6.3.1

Visual Examination of Welds:

Each reinforcement height for butt welds and leg dimensions for fillet welds shall be checked in addition to knead contour appearance. Also possible service defects.Undercut, Crack, Surface porosity etc shall be checked visually. 6.3.2 Temporary Stiffeners or supports shall be welded in connection with WPS and these shall be removed without damaging the base metal and the area ground flash and smooth. 6.3.3 Reinforcement on each side of the butt welds shall be accordance with BS EN 970. 6.4 6.4.1 Electrodes: Electrodes used for welding shall be of suitable type and size depending upon specification of the parent materials, the method of welding, the position of welding and quality of welds desired. However only low hydrogen electrodes E 7018 or E71T-1 wire shall be used for all plates thickness and rolled sections. All low hydrogen electrodes shall be baked and stored before use as per manufactures recommendation. The electrodes shall be rebaked at 250oC to 300oC for one hr and later on cooled in the same oven to 100oC .It shall be transferred to a holding oven maintained at 60oC -70oC .The electrodes shall be drawn from this oven for use. Where coated electrodes are used they shall meet the requirements of BS EN 499 E 52 6B 42 H 10 / DIN 1913:E51 55B 10 and relevant AWS A / SFA 5.1 Sequence of Welding: Sequence of welding shall be selected to ensure that the components assembled by welding are free from distortion and large residual stresses are not developed. The ends of butt welds shall have full throat thickness. This shall be obtained on all main butt welds by the use of run off and run on pieces adequately secured on either side of main plates. Additional metal remaining after the removal of extension pieces shall be remover by grinding or by gas cutting. DIMENSIONAL CHECK AND FINAL VISUAL INSPECTION: The fabricated steel structure shall be inspected in accordance with respective approved fabrication drawing and/or specified in standards. Dimension shall be held within the tolerance specified in standards /specification. 100% visual inspection shall be carried out for external defects.

6.4.2

6.4.3

6.5 6.5.1

6.5.2

7.0 7.1

7.2

8.0

GENERAL FABRICATION TOLERANCES: All members shall be manufactured / fabricated according to contract specification dimension tolerances.

9.0

CLEANING: All particles of grid filling or other foreign materials that shall be removed from finished fabricated structural steel frame. Sand blasting/shot blasting shall be carried if contractually agreed to comply with BS 7079 preparation grade Sa 2.5.

10.0

PAINTING INSPECTION: After completion of inspection all steel surfaces shall be painted.Except where encased in concrete, all steel work shall be paint as per the approved painting system as specified in the contract documents

11.0 11.1

FINAL INSPECTION: This inspection shall be made to confirm whether the inspection of tests specified in the inspection procedure have been carried with satisfactory results. Preparation for shipping/dispatch shall be in accordance with customers specification.

11.2

TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS


a. VIBRATION ISOLATOR b. INERTIA BASE c. FLOATING FLOORS

KINETICS
Fiberglass Isolators Model AC

TM

Description
Model AC Fiberglass Isolators consist of a molded inorganic fiberglass isolation pad bonded to a steel load transfer plate and to a formed steel bolt-down bracket and include an equipment anchor bolt with a neoprene grommet to prevent metal-to-metal contact. Fiberglass pads are fine (0.00027 in. / 6.8 microns diameter) bonded annealed glass fibers which are stabilized by pre-compressing the material during manufacture and then coated with a flexible moisture-impervious elastomeric membrane. Fiberglass is unique in that the natural frequency is constant over a wide operating load range and the stiffness increases proportionately with load applied. Model AC Fiberglass Isolators are available in sizes with capacities from 40 to 900 lbs. (18 kg-409 kg) and deflections of 0.18 in. to 0.70 in. (4mm-18mm). Kinetics Model AC Isolators are recommended for the isolation of vibration produced by utility ventilating fans, vane axial fans, high speed motors, roofmounted exhaust fans, and similar mechanical equipment.

Application
Kinetics Model AC Fiberglass Isolators can be used for any application requiring isolation of audible frequency vibration, or noise, or for vibration isolation of mechanical equipment with lowest operating speeds of 1750 RPM when mounted on a gradesupported slab or pier. Model AC isolators are typically used when the predictable dynamic response and permanent load support characteristics of fiberglass are desired in conjunction with a bolt-down and vertical lift control feature. Typical uses of Model AC isolators include the support and isolation of utility ventilating fans, vane axial fans, motors, roof-mounted exhaust fans, and similar mechanical equipment. Special application of Model AC isolators have included use as both an isolator and wind lift holddown support for isolated precast concrete roof systems used to reduce transmitted noise from fly-over aircraft. Use Model AC mounts when Kinetics fiberglass isolators are recommended and it is desirable to bolt equipment to supporting structures.

Features
Inorganic fiberglass media Flexible elastomeric coating Constant natural frequency over a wide load range Predictable dynamic response High energy dissipation Controlled viscous damping Load capacities 40 lbs. to 900 lbs. (18kg-409kg) Rated static deflection 0.18 in. to 0.70 in. (4mm-18mm) Steel load transfer plate Steel bolt and hold-down support bracket

Isolator Type AC-221L AC-221Q AC-331L AC-331Q AC-222G AC-222L AC-222Q AC-332L AC-332Q AC-332R

Capacity Range Lbs 40-200 100-400 90-450 225-900 20-100 40-200 100-400 90-450 225-900 665-2665 kg 18-91 46-182 41-205 102-409 9-46 18-91 46-182 41-205 102-409 302-1209

Maximum Deflection in 0.27 0.18 0.35 0.27 0.69 0.54 0.36 0.70 0.54 0.23 mm 6 4 9 6 17 14 9 18 14 5 in 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44

Dimensions A mm 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 in 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 C mm 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 in 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 D mm 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 in 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 3.25 3.25 3.25 3.25 3.25 3.25 H* mm 57 57 57 57 83 83 83 83 83 83 in 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 L mm 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 in 2.50 2.50 3.00 3.00 2.50 2.50 2.50 3.00 3.00 3.00 W mm 63 63 75 75 63 63 63 75 75 75

*Operating height varies with applied load.

Specifications
Vibration isolators shall be precompressed molded fiberglass pads individually coated with flexible, moisture-impervious elastomeric membrane. Vibration isolation pads shall be molded from glass fibers with fiber diameters not exceeding 0.00027" (6.8 microns) and with a modulus of elasticity of 10.5 million PSI (750,00 kg per sq. cm). Natural frequency of fiberglass vibration isolators shall be essentially constant for the operating load range of the supported equipment. Vibration isolators shall be bonded to a steel load transfer plate and a formed steel bolt-down bracket and shall also include an equipment mounting bolt with a neoprene grommet to prevent metal-to-metal contact. Vibration isolators shall be selected by the manufacturer for each specific application to comply with deflection requirements as shown on the Vibration Isolation Schedule or as indicated on the project documents. Vibration isolators shall be Model AC, as manufactured by Kinetics Noise Control, Inc.
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AC 9/08

Free Standing Spring Isolators Model FDS 1 and 2


Description
Kinetics Model FDS Spring Vibration Isolators consist of high deflection, free-standing, unhoused, large diameter, laterally stable steel springs assembled into an upper load plate and leveling assembly. To assure stability, the spring isolators have lateral spring stiffness greater than 1.0 times the rated vertical stiffness and are designed to provide a minimum of 50% overload capacity. Springs are polyester powder coated, with a 1000-hour salt spray rating per ASTM B-117. In lighter capacities, FDS Spring Isolators have molded neoprene bottom load plate assemblies. In heavier capacities, springs are welded to the load plate assemblies and are furnished with a neoprene noise isolation pad. FDS Isolators have provisions for bolting the isolator to the structure. FDS isolators are available with deflections to 2" (51 mm) and with load capacities to 18,000 lbs. (8165 kg) as standard products. Custom isolators with higher deflection and greater load capacities are also available. Kinetics Model FDS Spring Isolators are highly effective for control of both high and low frequency vibration produced by reciprocating air or refrigeration compressors, pumps, packaged air handling and air conditioning equipment, centrifugal and axial fans, internal combustion engines, etc.

KINETICSTM

Application

Kinetics Model FDS spring mounts are recommended for use in isolating floor mounted sources of noise and vibration located near critically quiet areas. Model FDS spring mounts are typically used to reduce the transmission of noise and vibration from low speed mechanical equipment into a building structure. Operating static deflections are available to 2" (51 mm) to compensate for long span floor structures. Model FDS spring mounts are used in a wide range of applications, some requiring Kinetics equipment bases in addition to spring isolators, and can be used to support and isolate the following equipment types: reciprocating air or refrigeration compressors, close coupled and base mounted pumps, packaged air handling and refrigeration equipment, centrifugal fans, internal combustion engines, and similar equipment. Model FDS Isolators are for use on equipment that is not subject to lateral forces such as wind.

Isolator Type
FDS-1-35 FDS-1-70 FDS-1-120 FDS-1-220 FDS-1-370 FDS-1-500 FDS-1-600 FDS-1-700 FDS-1-805 FDS-1-50 FDS-1-100 FDS-1-250 FDS-1-450 FDS-1-625 FDS-1-800 FDS-1-1000 FDS-1-1250 FDS-1-1700 FDS-1-2200 FDS-1-2465 FDS-1-2865 FDS-1-3500 FDS-1-120B FDS-1-220B FDS-1-370B FDS-1-500B FDS-1-600B FDS-1-700B FDS-1-805B FDS-1-50B FDS-1-100B FDS-1-250B FDS-1-450B FDS-1-625B FDS-1-800B FDS-1-1000B FDS-1-1250B FDS-1-1700B FDS-1-2200B FDS-1-2465B FDS-1-2865B FDS-1-3500B FDS-1-2500B FDS-1-3400B FDS-1-4400B FDS-1-4930B FDS-1-5730B FDS-1-7000B FDS-1-5000B FDS-1-6800B FDS-1-8800B FDS-1-9860B FDS-1-11460B FDS-1-14000B

Spring Color
Blue Green Gray Brown Orange Beige Chrome Beige/Wh Chr/Wh Beige Chrome Blue Green Black Gray Red Brown Orange Org/Gray Blue Blue/Gray Blue/Brn Gray Gray Gray Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray Gray Gray Gray Gray Gray Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray

Rated Capacity
lbs. 35 70 120 220 370 500 600 700 805 50 100 250 450 625 800 1000 1250 1700 2200 2465 2865 3500 120 220 370 500 600 700 805 50 100 250 450 625 800 1000 1250 1700 2200 2465 2865 3500 2500 3400 4400 4930 5730 7000 5000 6800 8800 9860 11460 14000 kg 16 32 54 100 168 227 272 318 365 23 45 113 204 283 363 454 567 771 998 1118 1300 1588 54 100 168 227 272 318 365 23 45 113 204 283 363 454 567 771 998 1118 1300 1588 1134 1542 1996 2236 2599 3175 2268 3084 3992 4472 5198 6350

Rated Deflection
in. 1.52 1.36 1.18 1.07 0.96 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.01 1.00 1.00 1.79 1.54 1.44 1.31 1.15 1.09 0.95 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.18 1.07 0.96 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.01 1.00 1.00 1.79 1.54 1.44 1.31 1.15 1.09 0.95 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.09 0.95 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.09 0.95 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 mm 39 35 30 27 24 25 25 25 26 25 25 45 39 37 33 29 28 24 26 25 25 25 30 27 24 25 25 25 26 25 25 45 39 37 33 29 28 24 26 25 25 25 28 24 26 25 25 25 28 24 26 25 25 25

Spring O.D.
in. 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 mm 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 in. 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.50 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00

L
mm 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 254 254 254 254 254 254 203 203 203 203 203 203 in. 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 2.63 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 3.88 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00

W
mm 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 203 203 203 203 203 203 in. 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69

D
mm 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 in. 4.19 4.19 4.19 4.19 4.19 4.19 4.19 4.19 4.19 5.44 5.44 5.44 5.44 5.44 5.44 5.44 5.44 5.44 5.44 5.44 5.44 5.44 4.25 4.25 4.25 4.25 4.25 4.25 4.25 5.63 5.63 5.63 5.63 5.63 5.63 5.63 5.63 5.63 5.63 5.63 5.63 5.63 6.25 6.25 6.25 6.25 6.25 6.25 6.88 6.88 6.88 6.88 6.88 6.88

H
mm 106 106 106 106 106 106 106 106 106 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 138 108 108 108 108 108 108 108 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 143 159 159 159 159 159 159 175 175 175 175 175 175 in. 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.63 0.63 0.63

Z
mm 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 16 16 16

FDS-1-5000B/14000B FDS-2-8000B/18000B

FDS-1-2500B/7000B FDS-2-4000B/9000B

Isolator Type
FDS-2-100 FDS-2-135 FDS-2-185 FDS-2-225 FDS-2-250 FDS-2-375 FDS-2-500 FDS-2-625 FDS-2-750 FDS-2-875 FDS-2-995 FDS-2-1120 FDS-2-1400 FDS-2-1600 FDS-2-1975 FDS-2-100B FDS-2-135B FDS-2-185B FDS-2-225B FDS-2-250B FDS-2-375B FDS-2-500B FDS-2-625B FDS-2-750B FDS-2-875B FDS-2-995B FDS-2-1120B FDS-2-1400B FDS-2-1600B FDS-2-1975B FDS-2-2000B FDS-2-2500B FDS-2-2750B FDS-2-3025B FDS-2-3250B FDS-2-3500B FDS-2-3900B FDS-2-4100B FDS-2-4500B FDS-2-4000B FDS-2-5000B FDS-2-5500B FDS-2-6050B FDS-2-6500B FDS-2-7000B FDS-2-7800B FDS-2-8200B FDS-2-9000B FDS-2-8000B FDS-2-10000B FDS-2-11000B FDS-2-12100B FDS-2-13000B FDS-2-14000B FDS-2-15600B FDS-2-16400B FDS-2-18000B

Spring Color
Gray Beige Brown Gray/Brn Blue Blue/Brn Gren Green/Brn Black Black/Brn Orange Org/Brn Org/Grn Red Red/Grn Gray Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray Gray/Gray

Rated Capacity
lbs. 100 135 185 225 250 375 500 625 750 875 995 1120 1400 1600 1975 100 135 185 225 250 375 500 625 750 875 995 1120 1400 1600 1975 2000 2500 2750 3025 3250 3500 3900 4100 4500 4000 5000 5500 6050 6500 7000 7800 8200 9000 8000 10000 11000 12100 13000 14000 15600 16400 1800 kg 45 61 84 102 113 170 227 283 340 397 451 508 635 726 896 45 61 84 102 113 170 227 283 340 397 451 508 635 726 896 907 1134 1247 1372 1474 1588 1769 1860 2041 1814 2268 2495 2744 2948 3175 3538 3719 4082 3629 4536 4990 5488 5897 6350 7076 7439 8165

Rated Deflection
in. 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.01 2.00 1.98 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.01 2.00 1.98 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.02 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.02 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.02 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 mm 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 50 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 50 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51

Spring O.D.
in. 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 mm 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 127 in. 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00

L
mm 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 356 356 356 356 356 356 356 356 356 305 305 305 305 305 305 305 305 305 in. 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00

W
mm 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 178 356 356 356 356 356 356 356 356 356 305 305 305 305 305 305 305 305 305 in. 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.81 0.81 0.81 0.81 0.81 0.81 0.81 0.81 0.81

D
mm 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 in. 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.31 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 8.75 8.75 8.75 8.75 8.75 8.75 8.75 8.75 8.75 9.25 9.25 9.25 9.25 9.25 9.25 9.25 9.25 9.25 11.75 11.75 11.75 11.75 11.75 11.75 11.75 11.75 11.75

H
mm 186 186 186 186 186 186 186 186 186 186 186 186 186 186 186 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 222 222 222 222 222 222 222 222 222 235 235 235 235 235 235 235 235 235 298 298 298 298 298 298 298 298 298 in. 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 1.25 1.25 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50

Z
mm 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 32 32 38 38 38 38 38 38 38

FDS-1-120B/3500B FDS-2-100B/1975B

FDS-2-2000B/4500B

FDS-1-35/3500 FDS-2-100/1975

Specifications

Vibration isolators shall be free standing, unhoused, laterally stabile steel springs. Springs shall have a lateral stiffness greater than 1.0 times the rated vertical stiffness and shall be designed to provide a minimum 50% overload capacity. Springs shall be assembled or welded between top and bottom load plates. The upper load plate shall be provided with steel leveling bolts, lock nut and washer for attachment to the supported equipment. The lower load plate shall incorporate a non-skid noise isolation pad and shall have provisions for bolting the isolator to the supporting structure, as required. Springs shall be selected to provide operating static deflections shown on the Vibration Isolation Schedule or as otherwise indicated on the project documents. Springs shall be color coded or otherwise identified to indicate load capacity. Spring isolation mounts for floor-mounted equipment shall be Model FDS, as manufactured by Kinetics Noise Control, Inc.

United States 6300 Irelan Place P.O. Box 655 Dublin, Ohio 43017 Phone: 614-889-0480 Fax: 614-889-0540

Canada 3570 Nashua Drive Mississauga, Ontario L4V 1L2 Phone: 905-670-4922 Fax: 905-670-1698

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KINETICS
Inertia Base Frame Model CIB-L

TM

Description
Model CIB-L inertia base frames, when filled with concrete, meet all specifications for Kinetics inertia bases, and when supported by proper Kinetics vibration isolators, provide the ultimate in equipment isolation, support, anchorage, and vibration amplitude control. Model CIB-L inertia base frames incorporate a unique structural design which integrates perimeter channels, isolator support brackets, reinforcing rods, anchor bolts and concrete fill into a controlled load transfer system, utilizing steel in tension and concrete in compression, resulting in high strength and stiffness with minimum steel frame weight. Completed inertia bases using Model CIB-L frames are stronger and stiffer than standard inertia base frames using heavier steel members. Standard Model CIB-L inertia base frames are available in thicknesses of 6 in (152 mm), 8 in (203 mm), 10 in (254 mm) and 12 in (305 mm), in sizes tabulated, and include integral isolator support brackets, steel channel perimeter pouring frame, 1 /2-in (13 mm) diameter reinforcing rods on 8-in (203 mm) centers each way, and steel anchor bolts prelocated and fixed in proper locations. Model CIB-L inertia base frames are delivered to the job site completely welded and ready to fill with concrete. On-job labor and installation time are minimized, resulting in maximum economy.

Application
Kinetics Model CIB-L inertia base frames are specifically designed and engineered to receive poured concrete, for use in supporting mechanical equipment requiring a reinforced concrete inertia base. Inertia bases are used to support mechanical equipment, reduce equipment vibration, provide for attachment of vibration isolators, prevent differential movement between driving and driven members, reduce rocking by lowering equipment center of gravity, reduce motion of equipment during start-up and shut-down, act to reduce reaction movement due to operating loads on equipment, and act as a noise barrier. Typical uses for Kinetics Model CIB-L inertia base frames, with poured concrete and supported by Kinetics noise and vibration isolators, include use with open-type centrifugal chillers, reciprocating air and refrigeration compressors, chillers, and heat pumps, close-coupled and base-mounted pumps, centrifugal fans, internal combustion engines, and similar types of equipment.

Specifications
Isolation bases shall be constructed of concrete cast into fabricated inertia base frames, the steel members of which are designed and supplied by the isolator manufacturer. The concrete shall be poured into a welded steel frame, incorporating prelocated equipment anchor bolts, 1/2-in (13 mm) diameter reinforcing bars on nominal 8-in (203 mm) centers each way, and recessed isolator mounting brackets to reduce the mounting height of the equipment, and reduce the footprint of the base. The thickness of the base shall be a minimum of 8% of the longest span between isolators, at least 6 in (152 mm), or as indicated on the drawings. Where inertia bases are used to mount pumps, the bases shall be sized to support piping elbows. Concrete inertia bases shall be Model CIB-L, as manufactured by Kinetics Noise Control, Inc.

Base Width - in. (mm) 18 (457) 18 (457) 24 (610) 34 (864) Base Length - in. (mm) 44 (1118) 54 (1372) 64 (1626) 74 (1880) 84 (2134) 96 (2438) 108 (2743) 120 (3048) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6, 8 (152, 203) 6, 8 (152, 203) 6, 8 (152, 203) 6, 8 (152, 203) 6, 8 (152, 203) 6, 8 (152, 203) 6, 8 (152, 203) 6, 8 (152, 203) 6, 8 (152, 203) 6, 8 (152, 203) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 6, 8, 10, 12 (152, 203, 254, 305) 24 (610) 34 (864) 44 (1118) 54 (1372) Base Thickness 64 (1626) 74 (1880) 84 (2134)

The length and width dimensions shown include the actual frame size and may not include the length and width of the bracket.

Canada United States 3570 Nashua Dr. 6300 Irelan Place Mississauga, Ontario P.O. Box 655 L4V 1L2 Dublin, Ohio 43017 Phone: 905-670-4922 Phone: 614-889-0480 Fax: 905-670-1698 Fax: 614-889-0540 www.kineticsnoise.com sales@kineticsnoise.com Kinetics Noise Control, Inc. is continually upgrading the quality of our products. We reserve the right to make changes to this and all products without notice. CIB-L 9/07

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Roll-out Floor Isolation System


Model RIM (Roll-out Isolation Material) System
non-structural components, such as ductwork and piping. Accordingly, airborne and impact noise transmissions are greatly reduced between the room incorporating the floating floor system and other parts of the building. Additionally, floating floor systems are often used to prevent transmission of vibration and airborne noise from entering into the space in which the floating floor is installed. One such application would be the construction of floating floors for a multiplex theater adjacent to a railway. Kinetics Noise Control floating floor systems offers the largest variety of isolation mounts to fit specific applications. These include resilient pre-compressed fiberglass pads, steel springs, and neoprene or natural rubber pads. Acoustical test data for Sound Transmission Class (STC) and Impact Insulation Class (IIC) are available for several types of isolated floor/ceiling assemblies documenting system performance.

Floor Isolation Theory:


Floor isolation systems are incorporated into building design to minimize floor impact noise and airborne sound transmissions. A floated floor (or rooftop) is supported by resilient mounts installed on the structural floor or rooftop. The design of an effective isolation system is dependent on several factors including: 1.) Stiffness and mass of the structural floor, 2.) Isolation mount natural frequency and damping characteristics, 3.) Airspace height and venting, 4.) Mass and composition of the floated floor, 5.) Sound absorption in the airspace 6.) Control of sound flanking paths. Creating airspace between the structural and isolated floors while decoupling the two floors with the appropriate resilient mount effectively controls noise transmission. Maximum effectiveness of floating floor composite construction is achieved when the finished floor is fully isolated from the building structure and

Application:
Kinetics Noise Controls premier rollout system easily creates an airspace of 1 to 4 inches and incorporates a high-performance resilient decoupler. The isolation material with Model KIP isolators selected and spaced according to design criteria offers major advantages over other systems. Installation labor is substantially reduced, as it is easier to roll out batting with pre-spaced isolators versus measuring for and placing individual isolation mounts. This feature also ensures that the system will reach the high levels of expected performance. This system is designed to meet requirements for; load capacity, natural frequency/pad deflection, and acoustical performance.

Model RIM

Kinetics Architectural Sound Isolation

Installation Sequence:

Concrete Floated Floor:


Benefits:
STC 73/IIC 70 Tests A2-b and A3 Greater load capacity at a lower cost Can be designed for any load range Easy to create 1, 2, 3, and 4 airspaces Fast, simple, inexpensive installation Factory installation and supervision available Model RIM System successfully installed for over 45 years Natural Frequency constant over a wide load range

1) Place Perimeter Board (Model PIB)

2) Roll-out Model RIM and cut as needed

Successfully installed for years under concrete floors found in mechanical rooms, studios, ballrooms, and theaters, Kinetics Noise Controls Model RIM System remains the leading formwork technique for isolating concrete slabs in any floor or roof system requiring sound abatement. An original, Model RIM System consistently provides continuous, high-performing noise control for critical applications. Our pour-in-place floor isolation system incorporates all critical components needed in a top-performing noise control system including: Model KIP isolators fixed in fiberglass batting, Model PIB Perimeter Isolation Board, spray adhesive, plywood junction plates, polyethylene sheeting and tape, and resilient, non-hardening perimeter sealant. Model KIP isolators spaced 12-, 16-, or 24-inches on center are available in different densities allowing for a multitude of load ranges under a single slab while maintaining a constant natural frequency. Factory-trained sales representatives can help designers determine which system to use based on dead and live load requirements. Kinetics Engineering Group will provide design submittals. The fiberglass batting with Model KIP isolators prespaced is rolled-up and delivered in poly bags along with the specified accessories to the jobsite. Installation of Model RIM is quick and easy. Decouple the area being treated by installing Perimeter Isolation Board (Model PIB) around the perimeter of the room. Additionally, Model PIB is used as a resilient break against any other non-isolated elements such as curbs, drains, ductwork, adjacent floors, pipe, and walls. The fiberglass batt with pre-spaced isolation pads is then rolled out over the structural floor. A pouring form is created by placing plywood on top of the isolators, and is held together using junction plates and screws. Two layers of 6-mil poly overlapped and taped at the seams cover the pouring form as temporary waterproofing. Concrete reinforcement is installed and then concrete poured in place. As dictated by the designer, trades can move about the floor to complete work in the space without the concrete having been cured to full strength the floor is already positioned at final design elevation. There is no worry about keeping the floor clear for a second visit to lift the slab by an installation crew. The final installation step of the Model RIM System requires removing the Model PIB tear strip and sealing the perimeter of the floating floor with resilient, non-hardening caulk.

3) Secure junction plates on plywood pouring form

4) Cover with poly layer. Ready to install reinforcement and pour concrete.

Acoustical Tests
2 Topping Slab Precast Concrete 14 Tee

STC 54

IIC 24

Kinetics Test Number A2-a

4Concrete Slab 1/2 Plywood Kinetics RIM L-2-12 2 Topping Slab Precast Concrete 14 Tee

STC 73

IIC 70

Kinetics Test Number A2-b and A3

4 Concrete Slab 5/8 Plywood Kinetics RIM Q-2-12 4-7/8 Concrete Slab with 17 Tee Drop in Acoustical Ceiling

FSTC 72

FIIC 68

Kinetics Test Number A11 4 Concrete Slab 1/2 Plywood Kinetics KIP-22-Q2 Isolation Pads 6 Concrete Slab

STC 68

IIC 60
Kinetics Test Number A13-a

4 Concrete Slab 1/2 Plywood Kinetics RIM-Q-2-16 Isolation System 6 Concrete Slab

STC 72

IIC 62
Kinetics Test Number A13-b

1 Oak Hardwood Floor 3 Subfloor 3/4 Oak Hardwood Floor 3/4 Sleepers 1-1/2 Gypcrete 2 Layers 1/2 OSB 1'' Kinetics RIM L-1-16 1 Oak Hardwood Floor 3 Subfloor 3/8 Plywood 2 Layers 3/4 Plywood Kinetics RIM I-2-16 6'' Concrete Slab 3/8 Plywood 3/4 Plywood 2 Layers 5/8 Drywall 3/4 Plywood Kinetics RIM I-2-16 6'' Concrete Slab

FIIC 15

Kinetics Test Number A14-a

FSTC 50

FIIC 45
Kinetics Test Number A14-b

STC 66

IIC 63
Kinetics Test Number A15-a

STC 71

IIC 64
Kinetics Test Number A15-b

Noteworthy Projects
Over our 45-plus year history, thousands of Kinetics Model RIM systems have been installed successfully under mechanical equipment rooms, gymnasium floors, rooftops, aerobic and fitness centers, theater and cinema venues, recording and broadcasting studios, private residences, loading docks, gun ranges, and bowling centers around the world. Below, we've listed just a few of our noteworthy projects.

University of Illinois Recreation Center Boston University Arena Mechanical Room 8th & I Marine Barracks Music Rooms Florida State University Communications Studios Cincinnati State Audio Studio and Control Room CNN Studios WWF Entertainment Studios ESPN Studios University of Akron Student Union Ballroom Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Office and Projection Room Hibbing College Gun Range Ramsey County Law Center Gun Range National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Mechanical Rooms Soldier Field-Chicago Bears Stadium Renovation Rooftop Elder Shirt Lofts Condominums

Gene Siskel Film Center Theater Navy Pier USO Lounge Lucky Strike Lanes at Gallery Place First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach Gymnasium and Fellowship Hall LA Fitness Centers Georgia International Convention Center Rooftop AMC Easton 30 at Easton Town Center Muvico Centro Ybor 20 Multiplex Theater LSU Music and Arts Building Percussion Studios Peabody Institute Rehearsal Hall and Percussion Room Renovation Brophy College Preparatory Gymnasium University of the Ozarks Tutoring Rooms IU Professional Medical Building Mechanical Room Cass Technical High School Mechanical Equipment Rooms Brown Camp Loft Condominiums

Call us to discuss your requirements for noise control, and learn how to employ the versatile, proven Model RIM System to solve your noise problems.

Essentials:
Proven effectiveness over the lifetime of an installation. Quick installation time, especially compared to jack-up methods. Constant System natural frequency across a wide load range. Flexible capacities allow design for any load; from light wood floors to heavy mechanical equipment rooms. When used in conjunction with ceiling and wall separation products, Model RIM is an essential component of room-within-a-room sound isolation construction.
United States Canada 6300 Irelan Place 1720 Meyerside Drive P.O. Box 655 Mississauga, Ontario Dublin, Ohio 43017 L5T 1A3 Phone: 614-889-0480 Phone: 905-670-4922 Fax: 614-889-0540 Fax: 905-670-1698 www.kineticsnoise.com archsales@kineticsnoise.com Kinetics Noise Control, Inc. is continually upgrading the quality of our products. We reserve the right to make changes to this and all products without notice.

Download Model RIM information including three-part specification, installation guidelines, and typical installation drawings at www.kineticsnoise.com/arch/rim.html. Call the factory at 800-959-1229 if needing additional information; ask for Architectural sales. Purchase Model RIM and accessories through your local sales representative (www.kineticsnoise.com/replocation.asp).
RIM 5/06

Features
Inorganic fiberglass media Flexible elastomeric coating Constant natural frequency in wide load range Permanent and predictable resiliency Predictable dynamic response High-energy dissipation Controlled viscous damping Load capacities 1 PSI to 500 PSI (0.07 to 35 kg per sq. cm.)

KINETICS
Fiberglass Isolators Model KIP

TM

Description
Model KIP fiberglass noise, shock, and vibration isolators are superior to all pad-type isolation media developed to date. Uniquely permanent and dynamically predictable, due to precise manufacturing methods using inorganic materials, this isolation media provides freedom of design and use unprecedented by any other material. Model KIP isolator is a high-density matrix of compressed molded fiberglass; individually coated with a flexible, moisture-impervious elastomeric membrane, designed to allow controlled air movement in the fiber media. The pumping action of air between fibers provides viscous damping, reducing motion caused by transient shock and vibration. A range of densities and spring rates are available to provide load-bearing capacities from 1 to 500 PSI (0.07 to 35 kg per sq. cm). The annealed fiberglass of the isolation media is produced by a multiple flame attenuation process which generates fibers having a modulus of elasticity of 10.5 million PSI (738,223 kg/sq. cm) and nominal fiber diameters of less than .00027 inches (6.8 microns). The matrix of glass leaf springs is bonded at all fiber intersections with a water-resistant binder during the molding process under controlled heat and pressure. The material is then stabilized by ten (10) precompression cycles to three (3) times the maximum published load capacity for the media. Model KIP fiberglass isolators uniquely allow a wide range of loading on a given isolator while maintaining a constant natural frequency. Natural frequency of Model KIP fiberglass media is controlled by isolator thickness rather than static deflection as with linear steel springs. To determine the natural frequency for other than 1" (25 mm) isolator thickness, the 1" (25 mm) thick isolator natural frequency is divided by the square root of the actual thickness to be used, i.e. the natural frequency of a 4" (102 mm) thick isolator is one-half the natural frequency of a 1" (25 mm) isolator at the same load for the same density material. Model KIP fiberglass is unique as a structural support in that applied loads are substantially below precompression loads thus providing 300% or more overload safety factor. The result is permanent resiliency with constant natural frequency. Model KIP fiberglass is non-corrosive, non-combustible, non-absorbent, and resists rust, ozone, mildew and fungus. It is vermin proof, will not shrink, swell, or decompose. Isolation characteristics of the media are constant over a temperature range of -40F to 250F (40C to 121C).

Application
Kinetics Model KIP fiberglass isolators can be applied in a wide range of noise, shock, and vibration isolation uses, and are recommended whenever predictable dynamic response and permanent load support characteristics are important. Typical noise isolation applications include the use of Model KIP fiberglass isolators integrated into Model RIM and Model FC to create high STC and IIC floating floors. Typical shock isolation applications include the use of Model KIP fiberglass isolators as support mounts for punch presses, metal shears, and similar industrial process machinery. Typical vibration isolation applications include the use of Model KIP fiberglass isolators as support mounts for high speed fans, pumps, and chillers, on grade, having operating speeds of 1750 RPM and higher. Model KIP fiberglass isolators are available in a wide range of standard and special mount configurations for various load ranges, natural frequencies, and other support characteristics.

60 56 NATURAL FREQUENCY, Hz (FOR 1" UNLOADED THICKNESS) 52 48 44 40 36 32 28 24 20 16 12 8 PSI kg/sq.cm 0


.5 1

20 19 NATURAL FREQUENCY, C.P.S. (ENLARGED DETAIL)

KINETICS ISOLATORS NATURAL FREQUENCY vs. STATIC LOAD


(LINEAR LOAD SCALE)

18 17 16 15 14 TYPE "I" 13 TYPE "G" 12 TYPE "E" 11 10 0 5 .25 .5 10 15 20 25 30 2.0 35 2.5 PSI kg/sq. cm

TYPE "S"

1.0 1.5 STATIC LOAD

28

TYPE "R" TYPE "Q"

24

20

16

TYPE "L"

TYPE "QR"
12

20
2

40
3

60
4 5

80
6

100
7

120
8 9

140
10

160
11 12

180
13

200
14

220
15 16

240
17

260
18 19

280
20

300
21

320
22 23

340
24

360
25 26

380
27

400
28

STATIC LOAD 50 45 40 35 30 25 20
TYPE "QR"

INITIAL STATIC DEFLECTION - (% OF UNLOADED THICKNESS)

KINETICS ISOLATORS STATIC DEFLECTION vs. STATIC LOAD

TYPE "E" TYPE "G"

Note: Enlarged portion of curves indicates load range of each type or density. This is for steady loads. For impact or shock loads, reduce this loading 50%.

TYPE "I" TYPE "L"

TYPE "Q"

15 10 5 0

TYPE "R"

TYPE "S" 1 .1 2 3 .2 4 5 .3 .4 .5 10 1 20 30 40 50 2 3 4 5 100 10 200 300 20 500 1000

PSI

kg/sq.cm

30 40 50 90

STATIC LOAD

To determine natural frequency for other thickness KIP pads. for 1/4'' (6 for 1/2'' (13 for 11/2'' (38 for 2'' (51 for 3'' (76 for 4'' (102 mm) mm) mm) mm) mm) mm) pads, pads, pads, pads, pads, pads, multiply multiply multiply multiply multiply multiply 1 1 1 1 1 1 (25mm) (25mm) (25mm) (25mm) (25mm) (25mm) natural natural natural natural natural natural frequency frequency frequency frequency frequency frequency by by by by by by 2.00 1.41 0.82 0.71 0.58 0.50

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VIBRATION ISOLATORS AND INERTIA BASES SELECT LIST OF PROJECTS IN MIDDLE EAST Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 PROJECT NAME Six Towers Abu Dhabi Commerical Bank Telecom Building at Marsa Umm Al Naar Independent Water and Power Station Al Dhafra Air Base First Gulf Bank Headquarters Shuwihat Desalination Plane Construction and Maintenance for Volcano Al Shahama Tabreed Todays Women College Administration Building of Takreer Al Thaweela "B" Extension Project New Educational Zone Building Al Raha Beach Hotel 50 Bed at Liwa Bu-Hasa Upgrade Sheraton Hotel Extension & Refurbishment ADGAS Building ADNOC Head Quarters Building ADWEA Head Quarters Building Al Salmeen Tower Cine Star ETISALAT International Tennis Complex Marina Mall MW/1904 Project Naheel Palace Conference Palace Hotel, Package-08,09 & 10A Abu Dhabi Grand Hotel Re-Development GAMCO Hanger Project Abu Dhabi International Airport Dewan Building Emirates American Oncology Petroleum Institute JO541-MW/AF/Acom. Dhafa Metropolitan City Center Marina Towers ETISALAT Al Ain Air College Building Conversion ETISALAT Laboratory Complex at Maqam LOCATION Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Beirut Beirut Ajman Al Ain Al Ain Al Ain

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VIBRATION ISOLATORS AND INERTIA BASES SELECT LIST OF PROJECTS IN MIDDLE EAST Sl.No. 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 PROJECT NAME Barwa City The Palace Diwan El Emiri Car Park Gate Development Abu Naklah lagoon Circular tower Mesaieed International School New Doha International Airport - CP 11, 15, 21, 26, 60 AKH Tower Qipco Office Tower Student Center Al Shaqab Academy Al Areen Tower School of Foreign Service City Center Phase II Palm Twin Towers Traditional Commercial Development Medina Central Viva Bahriya 3 & 4 & 5 Al Fardan Residence Al Dhar Hotel Project Nakilat Ship Repair Yard Lusail Car Park Project Abdhulghani Tower Doha Convention Centre Qatar Airways 4 Star Hotel Qatalum Package Transworth Commercial ( Office Tower ) St. Regis Hotel Multi Storey Car Park Transworld Qatar Maze Restaurant Paradise Garden - Uhm Villa Al Mana Mall Static Gas Transmission Al Bidaa Tower French School QTEL Tower Al Majed Tower Business Park & Hotel Facilities ORYX Project Viva Bahriya 18 LOCATION Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha

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VIBRATION ISOLATORS AND INERTIA BASES SELECT LIST OF PROJECTS IN MIDDLE EAST Sl.No. 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 PROJECT NAME B+P1+P2+36 Jumeirha Lake Tower Building at Dubai Marina CPPM-Khalidia Palace Design House-Media City Etisalat New Business Centre G+12 Res.Bldg. at Port Saeed Ghanim Villa Ghurir Villa Jumeirah Beach Residence Sector-2 Jumeirah Beach Residence Sector-3 Jumeirah Beach Residence Sector-4 Jumeirah Beach Residence Sector-5 Marina Terrace Metropolitan Beach Tower Officers Bldg. At Al Hamria Palace for HH The Chairman Plot No.9VV at Dubai Marina School of Creative Science Siddiqui Villa Tulip Residential Building. Jumeirah Beach Resort Sector-1 (2B+G+6) Bldg. On Plot No. 373-260 at Al Barsha G+2 School Building B+G+3 Building on Plot # A002-005 at Tecom 002 Tecom Dubai Flower Centre - AX116 Gulf District Cooling Plant Buddha Bar Ghala Stores g Nasr Sports Club at g Oud Metha, Dubai (Al Fattan) Mall of Emirates Updown Development at Mirdif Burj Dubai Residence The Residences 6 Towers Dubai International Airport - Central Utility Complex Resd. & Comm. Buildng at Al Qusais Second Telecom Building for ETISALAT Residential Building - La Riviera Tower - Dubai Marina Gold & Diamond Park - Phase-II Dubai International Airport - Air Wing Facilitites-AX-151 Al Seef Tower Al Rostamani Office & Residence Building LOCATION Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai

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VIBRATION ISOLATORS AND INERTIA BASES SELECT LIST OF PROJECTS IN MIDDLE EAST Sl.No. 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 PROJECT NAME The Garden Shopping Mall Jumeira Island Dubai Investment Bank Al Seef Tower Kalouty Building Intrenational Hotel Mashreq Bank Dubai Poly Film Al Murooj Complex Dubai T.V Studios The Gate Office Building at Dubai Muncipality Dubai T.V Villa for Juma Al Majid Burjuman Centre Expansion Project District Cooling Plant - Green Community 24 Villas for Mr. Hammad Sultan Al Owais Building for Kazzim Al Khaffajy Buhasa Infrstructure Upgrade Siemens Building Dubai Convention Centre New Medical Centre Khaleej Times Volcano Building for Kazim Al Khaffajy Emirates Hills Project BMW Scoda Show Room Dubai Media City Immigration Building Dubai - Extn. Shangiri-La Hotel Project Emirates Abela HSBC at DIC GO14008 Dubai Islamic Bank Car Show Room K Station, Dubai 160 Villa Complex Abdul Rhman Amien Building Al Ghurair Centre Al Gurg Tower Al Mulla Building & Lighting Unit Al Raha Beach Resort Al Shamsi Building Al-Bustan Hotel LOCATION Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai

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VIBRATION ISOLATORS AND INERTIA BASES SELECT LIST OF PROJECTS IN MIDDLE EAST Sl.No. 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 PROJECT NAME B+G+M Commercial Building Bab Infrastrucutre Building at Al Mankhool Building for Rouler's Court Catterpillar Logistics Central Bank of U.A.E Chicago Beach Resort Dev Cinema Complex, Jabel Ali Commercial Bank of Dubai Commercial Building at Al Gharoud Commerical Office Development Building Creek Tower Deira City Centre Dubai Continental Project Dubai Internet City Dubai World Trade Centre DUSIT (Tower No.1) DWTC New Exhibition Halls 1,2 & Concurse Al Rostamani Tower (21st Centruy Tower) Egyptial Coptic Church 14010 Emirates Towers General Post Office Ghanthooth Palace The Garden City Wafi Centre Zabeel Palace Dubai Marina Development Board Building, Gharhoud Grand Hyatt Hotel on Plot 112 KDD Project Metropolitan Hotel Park Plaza Hotel Qassim Sultan Business Centre Real Estate Office Building Rosary School SAS Radisson Hotel Semi Luxury Apartments Shaikh Ahmed Building Shaikh Tanoon Building Skywalk Tower SS Lootah LOCATION Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai

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VIBRATION ISOLATORS AND INERTIA BASES SELECT LIST OF PROJECTS IN MIDDLE EAST Sl.No. 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 PROJECT NAME Supermarket Cinema Complex ARADO Corrosion Control Facility Project New Mowasat Hospital ETISALAT Saleh Sarafi Project Air Defence Project Madinah Project, Lot-130,P730 Slayl Al-Jahra CTI Project The Avenues Kuwait Rotana Suites Project Kuwait Re-insurance Central Vegetable & Fruit Market 1239-Jaber Al Ahamed Int'l Stadium Speicalized Cardiac Centre Al Rai TV Station Al Shaik Jaber International Stadium Centre for Veterinary Laborotary and Agriculture Off Health Care Centre Hospital KUFPEC Universal Tower Project Zakat House Project Sara Residential Complex Al Amwaj Tower Kuwait Fianance House Rakhan Tower Kuwait University at Kefan Al Manshar Complex GMS Hospital Mangaf Tower Central Bank of Kuwait Al Shaab Beach & Health Centre Marina Hotel Project Al Awadi Commercial Residential Complex New PAAF H/Q Project Factory Building at Sulaibia KBCC Building at Al Salhia Al Kharafi Building at Qilba KNPC New Head Office Building KISR Water Agriculture & Research Building Liberation Tower Complex LOCATION Dubai Cairo Cairo Cairo Fujairah Jeddah Jeddah Jeddah Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait

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VIBRATION ISOLATORS AND INERTIA BASES SELECT LIST OF PROJECTS IN MIDDLE EAST Sl.No. 379 380 381 382 383 384 PROJECT NAME Al Batha Tower Ajman Beach Palace Al Nadah Shopping Complex Bank Melli Iran Blood Bank Telecom Building at Umm-Hurrair LOCATION Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah

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Sl.No. LOCATION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi Beirut Beirut Beirut Bahrain Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Marina Mall

PROJECT NAME

MEP Contractor
Faisal Jassim Faisal Jassim ETTS Airmech

Cost of ADNOC Group Co. H.Q New Educational Zone Building MW/1904 Project Sheraton Hotel Extn.Refurbishment Conference Palace Hotel Project - Package - 08 & 09 Tabreed 3B Takreer ADNOC Head Quarters Al Ain Air College Building Conversion Abu Dhabi International Airport Interim Passenger Terminal Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Al Dhafra Air Base Cultural and Social.Centre J-0541-MW/AF/163 Office Accommodation Dhafa Villa for Ghanem Bin at Abu Dhabi Tabreed District Cooling Plant Metropolitan City Centre Atomium Tower SRH-Private Residence METITO Hotel Burj Dubai Development DCP-2 Capital Towers Jumeirah Beach Residence Sector-5 Commercial Residential Building at Al Majaz 2N Tower Project Marina Terrace Burj Dubai Development DCP-1 Ministry Of Foreign Affairs EKFC New Laundry Wild Wadi Cargo Mega Terminal Al Khawaneej Farm Jam Labour Accomadation Ismaili Centre Al Salam Marina Tower Al Raha Gardens Wafi City - Dccp One Dubai Silicon Oasis Marina Sail Tower Twin Tower For Al Kaloti Al Moosa Tower # 714 Emirates School At Al Ain Shk.Zayed Rd.Plant T-1011 Jumeirah Beach Residence Sector - 2 Burj Duabi Residence Dubai Flower Centre - AX116 Burj Dubai District Coolint Plact (DCP-II) Mall of Emirates Residential Building - La Riveria Tower The Gardens Furnished Apartments
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fjtc Toledo ETA Unisafe Al Geco Al Geco ALGECO Bin Shafar Toledo WEBCO WEBCO Webco

Trans Gulf ETA ETA Juma Al Majid ETA Juma Al Majid ETA Thermo Trans Gulf B.K GULF B.K GULF B.K GULF JUMA AL MAJID JUMA AL MAJID International Electro-Mechanical Servic ETA ETA(GDC) ALKO Al Sabbah Electro-Mech Cont.Est Juma Al Majid BIN SHAFAR Faizal Jassim Trading Co. Toledo Electrical & Mechanical ETA ETA

Thermo
Trans Gulf

ETA ELEMEC Lunar Electro IEMS

Marina Heights Tower on Plot No. 392-200 at Dubai Marina

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Sl.No. LOCATION 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Doha Doha Doha Doha 21st Century Tower DAFZA New Mashreq Bank Building

PROJECT NAME

MEP Contractor
KPA/KPG KPA/KPG JAM BK Gulf

Dubai International Airport - Air Wing Facilitites - AX151 Burj Dubai Residence Project Al Murooj Complex Al Mankhool Towers Al Marsa Tower Emirates Hills Project New Al Salam Tower Siemens Building Dubai Media City Commerical Office Development Building at Dubai for Mr. Al Fattan Chicago Beach Resort Dev DWTC Exhibition Halls 1,2 & Concourse Office & Podium Shangiri-La Hotel Burjuman Centre - Expansion Project The Gardens 52SA Mall of Emirates A/C & Vent Work Dubai Internatial Airport Central Utility Complex - CUC6 Al Ghurair Villa Al Rostamani B+G+4Bldg. At Tecom B+G+M+3 Comm. Bldg. Al Bada Dubai International Airport Central Utility Complex - AX-204 Dubai Islamic Bank Emirates American Oncology Emirates Enginering Centre EMPOWER-JBR Facility Management & Maintenance Gulf District Cooling Knowledge Village Landmark Buliding M+G+Gym Bldg. Magic Planet-Mall of Emirates Marina Tower Metro politan Beach Tower Officers Bldg. At Al Hamria Palm Jumeirah Crescent Proposed Tower Jumeirah Lake Towers Residential Block A1 & B-Jadaf Textile City The Garden's Community The Greens The Waves Tower Tulip Residential Building-Dubai Marina Hamad Aqatic Centre Hamad Medical City Energy Centre at Hammad Medical City Doha 2006 Games Village
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Stainless

JAM BK Gulf

BILT ME AL FATTAN BILT ME BK Gulf BK Gulf F&J TNC

SSEJ/KPA/KPG

IEMS ETA BK Gulf Menasco Mech. Cont. Trans Gulf Solico Aikah ETA Al Habtoor Faisal Jassim ETA Faisal Jassim ETA ETA IEMS ETA Bilt ME Zener Steward Bilt ME ETA Thermo Palm Dist. Cooling REMCO BK Gulf REMCO Lunar Al Shirawi Juma Al Majid Trans Gulf Trags Trags Electrical Trags Continental

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Sl.No. LOCATION 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha Doha College of Technology

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MEP Contractor
Trags TRAGS ERE CDC Trags

Education City of Qatar Foundation West Bay 44 Tower Al Fardan Towers Al Bidda Platinum Tower Qatar Foundation - Phase II & IV AL Dana Tower AL Rayyan Tower Medical Tower Qatar Cool Plant Shaqab Academy Science and technology park School of Foreign Service Al Fardan Residence Student Centre New Doha International Airport - Cp 26 Al Hitmi Residential Tower City Centre Phase II NCC Carpark Qipco Office Tower HKT & MKT Building The Pearl Qatar - VB 02 Lusail Car Park Project Nakilat Ship Repair Yard Doha Bank Al Shaqab Academy St. Regis Hotel Business Park & Hotel Facilities Gate Development Convetion Centre Extension Al Sadd Development Doha Convention Centre Yohan Tower Traditional Commercial Development The Pearl Qatar - Maze Restaurant Islamic Bank Tower Meeza Data Centre at Qatar Foundation New Doha International Airport - Cp 60 New Doha International Airport - Cp 21 Al Merqab Tower IN House Project at Pearl Qatar - VB 01 Hilton Hotel The Pearl Qatar - Medina Central The Pearl Qatar - Porto Arabia Grand Hyatt Al Areen Tower Al Jazeera Tower Sihoutte Tower The Pearl Qatar - VB 29 Administrative Building Lusail Marina Office Building Qatar Central Bank Office
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QEMG SAMKO HBK BEMCO

Midmac Contracting Drake & Scull Drake & Scull ADCC - JV Drake & Scull ERE Contracting Metrix Qatar Midmac Contracting Rabat Building Takyeef Contracting Arabian Airconditioning Arabian Airconditioning EMEQ Leighton Contracting CDC QEMG Man Enterprise Midmac SixConstruct SAMKO SAMKO Qatar Technical Support PowerMech Engineering Drake & Scull HBK Debbas CAT International Muhibbah Engineering Mechantronics Takyeef Contracting EMEQ UDC CAT International Almoayyed AirConditioning QTS EMEQ QEMG Megatec National Contracting Metrix Qatar Master Engineering

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Sl.No. LOCATION 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 Doha Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Sharjah Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait The Palace 14 Storey Office Bldg, Ajman H.H Shaikha Bin Saeed Customer Care Center

PROJECT NAME

MEP Contractor
Master Engineering
Geco Mechanical & Electrical GECO

ETISALAT Engineering College BMW Scoda Showroom Al Nahdah Shopping Mall Telecom Building at Umm-Hurrair ETISALAT Sim/Smart Card Centre ETISALAT College of Engineering Al Anwar Tower Aujan Labour Accomodation Etisalat Telecom & Administration Bldg. HH Shaikah Bint Saeed Co Seih Bin Ammar Filling Stn. Sharjah Chamber of Commerce Mowasat Complex Jaber Al Ahmad Int'l Stadium Al Maidan Hospital & Car Park The Avenue Project Jahara Clinic Project Al-Join Center Project Bayan Gust Palace Sara Residential Complex GMS Hospital Rakhan Tower Kuwait University at Kefan Zakat House HQ Building Al Shaab Beach & Health Centre Al Mangaf Tower Centra Bank of Kuwait Muncipality Adminstration Building Villa for Al Marzook at Masilah Al Awadi Commercial Residential Complex New PAAF H/Q Project Marina Hotel Project KBCC Building at Salhia KISR Water and Agriculture Research Building Al Kharafi Building, Al Qilba Fahaheel Waterfront Project Extension for the Technological Studies College for PAAET. New Mowasat Hospital, Phase-II Al Watia Tower Ministry of Interior Building, South Surra Sabah Adult Psychiatric Hospital K.O.C Head Quarters Hilton Resort Project KIA Car Park Project Ministry of Interior Project Rihab Complex Al Rayaa Centre Project Cost Guard Head Quarters
Page 4 of 9 B Al Mulla National National B.AL MULLA B.AL MULLA B.AL MULLA B.AL MULLA FAWAZ FAWAZ NATIONAL FAWAZ B.AL MULLA FAWAZ FAWAZ FAWAZ SS SS ss/fc B Al Mulla GECO GECO GECO
GECO

GECO ETTS Mohd. Abdulrahman Al Bahar GECO ETTS Geco Bader Al Mulla The National, Kwt Bader Al Mulla BADAR AL MULLA & BROS. CO. W.L ESA HUSSAIN AL YOUSIFI EST BADAR AL MULLAH THE NATIONAL CO. FOR MECAH BAM BAM

Easa HussainSSEJ/KPA/KPG BAM KAZEMA

Easa Hussain
Gulf Engg. Sayed Hamid Gulf Engg. BAM

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Sl.No. LOCATION 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Kuwait Muscat Muscat Egypt Egypt Ethiopia Riyadh Riyadh

PROJECT NAME Kuwait University Central Plant Water Front Phase -II Al Salam International Hospital West Central Plant KPC Workshop at Ahmadi Le Meridien Construction and Training Institute Al Deira Tower Centre for Vetnerian Labs & Agricultural. Services Dhow Tower Kuwait Re-Insurance tower National Museum Project,Kwt Barr Al Jissah Resort SBG Corporate Centre Bait Al Seifa - Shram El Sheikh Mariott Hotel Passenger Terminal at Addis Abbaba Airport King Saudi Univeristy Al Gassim Campus Qassem Hospital

MEP Contractor
FAWAZ

Gulf Engg. Nafisi

BAM Gulf Eng. Gulf Engg. Gulf Engg. Bader Al Mulla Bader Al Mulla Zubair ElectricSS Galfar Eng. & Contr. NILE ASTER

NATIONAL

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Amman Amman Amman Amman Amman Amman Amman Amman Amman Amman Amman Amman Amman

Hyatt Regency Hotel Amman Sheraton Hotel New Medical Laboratories (Hussein Medical City) Zara Trade Center Hyatt Tower Le Royal Complex & Hotel Project City Center Al-Masri Aluminium Factory Crown Plaza Hotel Crown Plaza Hotel Farah Hospital Extension Al-Essra Hospital Al-Manarah Hotel

Saudi Bin Ladin Group Arab Const. & Contracting Co. Masannat-Abu' Sa'ad J.V SBG - Tarrenco J.V ASTRACO MMC J.V Wael Al-Shanti Ahmed Al-Masri Associated Trans Tech Cont. Code Contracting Company Modern Maintenance Company Electro-Mechnaical Cont. Co. Gullnar Contraction Electro-Mechnaical Cont. Co. Associated Trans Tech Cont. Eastern Ltd. Dhabi Contracting Co. CIVILCO Shankland Cox WS Atkins Arabian Construction Co. Al Habtoor Contracting Co. Bin Ham Contracting Co. Consolidated Contractors Intl Product for Projects Bahrain University Al Shafar Trans Emirates Trans Emirates Arabtec Al Hosnel Contracting Saleh Construction UNEC Trans Emirates Al Hudaiba Contracting Co. UNEC Arabian Construction Al Habtoor Engineering Union Contracting Company DAR/Ian Banham DAR/Ian Banham Khatib & Alami Artec Al-Hashemi NEB Arif & Bintoak Al Hashemi / IBA Al Oroba Contracting UNEC Al Rostamani Piegal Transemirates Co. UNEC Transemirates Co. Al Sahel Contracting Al Basti Muktha Al Shafar Transport & Gen. Trad.
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Al-Ittehad Cigarrete Factory Le Meredien Hotel Extension & Royal Conference Amman Center Abu Dhabi Driving School at Mussafah Abu Dhabi Al Tahnoon Building Abu Dhabi Harazine Villa Abu Dhabi ETISALAT Abu Dhabi Al Raha Beach Resort, Abu Dhabi Al Ain Al Ain Bahrain Bahrain Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Guard Administration Building Al Ain Faculty of Mcdicine Ministry of Information Media Centre/E-Learning Centre Retail/Res.dev. At Emirates Hills Zarooni Tower Marina Crown Al Bassim Tower Choitram Extension 3B+G+M Towers Building Residential Tower Building Marina Tower-Transemirates Hospital at Safa Dubai Silicon Oasis Rose Rotana Suites Gold Crest Residential Tower Media City 2B+G+4+comm bldg. Real Estate Bank Al Nuaimi Tower Al Rostamani Tower Al Zarooni Tower American College-Faculty Housing Arz Bldg. Al Garhoud Bldg.at Al Muraqabat Com/Res plot at Karama Jumeirah Beach Residence - Sector-6

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Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Muscat Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai

Jumeirah English Spk.School Jumeirah Lake Tower Mankhool Tower Marina Sail Port Saeed Retail/Res.dev. At Emirates Hills ROP Hospital Textile City at Warsan The Green Site-23 The petroleum institute B+G+M+3 Comm.Resd. Bldg at Al Bada Al Nasr Sports Club Health Care City Marina Heights Tower Al Fardan Building Ministry of Labour International City Building for Saeed Al Gandhi Yamamah Residence Al Murooj Complex Dubai Islamic Bank, Media City Spiney's, Jumeira Dubai T.V Studios Al Hashmi Villa 2B+G+10+ Penthouse at Oud Metha for Mr. Abdulla Al Yamamah Residence, Port Saeed 2B+G+Podium+16 Storey Bldg. In Dubai for MR. Al Yousefl L.L.C Building at Al Barsha Al Batha Tower New Medical Center Comm+Resd Bldg for Mr. Khaffajy Al Gurg Tower Khaleej Times New Printing Press Commercial Property at Jumeirah for HH Higher College of Technology, Ruwayyah Prposed Res. Bldg. On plot 373-920 at Al Barshaa First, Dxb Residential Building 392-460 Marsa,Dubai Wafi Mall Extension Rashid School Dubai Evangelical Church Emirates Hills Apartment Buildings (18 Bldgs) Medium Rise Lease Building LOB16 - Jabel Ali SAS Radisson Hotel Creek Tower

WS Atkins WS Atkins Archon Khatib & Alami Ian Banham Arif & Bintoak Ian Banham Electrowatt DAR Consultants Arif & Bintoak

Jasaf Bldg. Al Hamed Construction Co. Al-Basti & Muktha Tiger Contracting Co. Al Oroba Contracting Al Shafar Transport Cont. Co. Zubair Electric LLC UNEC Associated Construction Co. Arabian Construction Co. Aikha Est. Associated Construction Company Al Rostamani Piegal

RMJM Consultants DUTCO Saleh Construction Al Hashemi Khatib & Alami Ian Banham WS Atkins Artec DAR Consultants Meecon Rice Perry Ellis Ian Banham WS Atkins Al Shafar General Trading & Cont. UNEC Al Sahel Contracting Co. LLC Robodh Contracting Co. Al Ahamadiah Contracting Co. UNEC TEAM Engineering Al Hamad Contracting Dutco Bu Haleeba Contracting Robodh Contracting Co. Al Rostamani Piegal Al Hudaiba Contracting Co. Al Hamad Contracting Al Shafar Transport & Gen. Trad. Saleh Construction

Arif & Bintoak Khatib & Alami Ian Banham Ian Banham

NOOR Consultants Khansaheb Civil Engineering Mario Associates Al Naboodah Laing Al Shafar Transport Cont. Co. Al Habtoor Contracting Company Saleh Construction Al Naboodah Laing Harris & Assos. Electrowatt Ian Banham Khatib & Alami Khatib & Alami Khansaheb Civil Engineering Fujairah National Company Al Shafar General Contacting Co. UNEC / Obaidullah Contg / ECC Al Moosa Cont. (Pioneer) LLC Al Hamed Construction Co. Al Habtour Engineering Co.

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Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai Dubai

Sha. Mariam Building Hotel on Plot 112 Twin Towers Plots 201/203 Real Estate Office Building Metropolitan Hotel Chicago Beach Resort Dev Al Musallah Tower Wafi Centre Naif Police Station Emirates Towers Gulf News Extension Pest P112 Regga Al Buteen Qassim Sultan Business Centre Bldg. For H.H. Sheikha Mariam Bint Rashid Bin Saeed Al Maktoum Regga Al Buteen Rosary School Comm. & Resd. Bldg. Al Gusais Telecom Building at Umm-Hurrair Comm. & Resd. Bldg. Al Hamriyah Al-Bustan Hotel Skywalk Tower Cinema Complex, Jabel Ali Commercial Bank of Dubai Ministry of Defence - Project No. 108 Kalbha Hospital Proposed G+6P+Swimming Floor+27 Bldg at Al Khan Sharjah G+4P+30 Floor at Majas Sharjah Institute of Technology QIPCO Office Twin Towers Al Saad Merweb Hotel Al Ahli Hospital Museum of Islamic Arts West Bay 44 Towers Al Mergeb Twin Towers Ministry of Agriculture Mesaieed International Project The Palace Traditional Commercial Development Business Park & Hotel Facilities 51 East Department Store at Lagoon Plaza Al Jassisiyah Guest Palace 12 New Departure Gates at DIA Car Showroom Project at Industrial Area Cancer Center Public Authority for Applied Education & Training (PAEET)

Khatib & Alami Khatib & Alami NOOR Consult.

Arabian Construction Co. Transemirates Co. Al Naboodah Laing Al Shafer Gen. Contractor Al Habtour Engineering

WS Atkins Khatib & Alami Harris & Assos. Khatib & Alami Turner

Khansaheb Civil Engineering Thermo LLC Khansaheb Civil Engineering Arabian Construction Co. Nasa Multiplex Khansaheb Civil Engineering Sun Engineering SARCO Sun Engineering Al Hamed Construction Co. S.S. Lootah Contracting Co., Ranga Constructions Al Shafar Transport Cont. Co.

100 Dubai 101 Dubai 102 Dubai 103 Dubai 104 Dubai 105 Dubai 106 Dubai 107 Dubai 108 Dubai 109 Dubai 110 Dubai 111 Dubai 112 Dubai 113 Fujairah 114 Sharjah 115 Sharjah 116 Sharjah 117 Doha 118 Doha 119 Doha 120 Doha 121 Doha 122 Doha 123 Doha 124 Doha 125 Doha 126 Doha 127 Doha 128 Doha 129 Doha 130 Doha 131 Doha 131 Kuwait 132 Kuwait

Khatib & Alami

Emirates Trading Agency ECC Mowlem Indeset Constructions Associated Construction Co. NEMR Emirates SS Loothah Contracting Co. Tiger Contracting Co. Tiger Contracting Co. Karam Constructions Midmac Sterling Catering Services Conspel Qatar Baytur Const. Contracting M/s. ERE M/s. QBEC M/s KETTANEH M/s Master Engr. M/s PowerMech Engr. M/s Redco Almana M/s Gulf Contracting Company M/s Arabian Airconditioning M/s Redco International M/s Al Khairiyan Group ( KG ) Al Ghanim/Burhan Contracting Al Fulaij United Group
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133 Kuwait 134 Kuwait 135 Kuwait 136 Kuwait 137 Kuwait 138 Muscat 139 Muscat 140 Muscat 141 Muscat 142 Muscat 143 Muscat 144 Muscat 145 Muscat 146 Muscat 147 Muscat 148 Muscat 149 Muscat 150 Muscat 151 Muscat 152 Muscat 153 Muscat 154 Muscat 155 Muscat 156 Muscat 157 Muscat 158 Muscat 159 Muscat 160 Muscat 161 Muscat 162 Muscat 163 Muscat 164 Muscat 165 Muscat 166 Mumbai 167 Mumabi 168 Mumbai 169 Mumbai 170 Dammam 171 Jeddah 172 Al Hasa 173 Riyadh 174 Riyadh 175 Riyadh 176 Riyadh 177 Egypt

Agriculture Affairs and Fish Resources Compound GCC Headquarters Building New Volvo Showroom Ministry of Interior Projects SOK-PB7/8 VIP Clinic at Sohar VIP Villa - Al Shattie Sohar Refinery Facom Building Cultural Centre Villa for Mr. Thamer Shanfari Cabinet Building - Guest Villa PDO Ras Al Hamra SQU Administration Block SQ Engineering College Extension Ministy of Heritage and Culture The Whole Sale Centre (Sultan Centre) Office for H.H The Personal Rep of H.M Family and Comminity Health - SQU VIP Villa at Shattel Salalah DGPM DGEA Complex at Al Ghubrau Medical Stores at Bowsher Medical Stores at Nizwa Khoula Hospital Commercial complex at Al Kuwair Open Theater at Bait al Falaj Areej Industrial Estate - Office. Al Hilal HQ Building Technology Park Sultan Qaboos University Taimur Villa Load Despatch Centre Royal Beach Office Club Raj Studio T.V. Studio Reliance Corporate Building ICICI Building King Abdul Aziz Hospital Businessmens Centre King Abdul Aziz Hospital King Saudi Univeristy Al Gassim Campus Al Faisaliah Centre Project Rashid Centre Institute of Public Administration Mubarak T.V Studio

Gulf Dredging & Gen. Cont. Co. RECAFCO Fawaz Ref. & Aircond. Co Ahmadiah Cont & Trading Co. Fawaz Ref. & Aircond. Co Zubair Electric LLC Zubair Electric LLC Zubair Electric LLC Zubair Electric LLC Zubair Electric LLC Zubair Electric LLC IRACO Al Ansari HJ BC Saif Said Al Akhzami Al Ansari NCTC NCTC Al Adrak Trading and Contracting IRACO Al Habi Contracting Al Majid Trading and Contracting Kehlan Trading NCTC SHANFARI GENETCO CIVILCO Zulbair Kilpatrik Abu Hatim Company LLC Hasan Juma Backer Trad. & Cont. Bogest L.L.C Target L.L.C Al Jauf L.L.C Prime Technology Prime Technology Emirates Trading Agency Emirates Trading Agency Impergilo SpA International Centre Impergilo SpA Al Saadeh Trading Est. Saudi Bin Ladin Group Rashid S.Alrashid Architect Al Rashid Trading & Cont. Co. Arabian International Const

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