SHEET 1 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION

HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION

SHEET 2 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION

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SECTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 DESCRIPTION GENERAL SCOPE OF WORKS DESIGN DATA DX DUCTABLE SPLIT UNITS SHEET METAL WORKS DAMPERS DIFFUSERS DUCTING INSULATION MEASUREMENTS TESTING AND BALANCING SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE TESTS COMMISSIONING REPORT APPROVED MAKES LIST OF TENDER DRAWINGS PAGE NOS 3-4 4-4 5-6 6-18 19-19 20-21 22-24 25-26 27-35 36-40 41-41 42-42 43-43 44-45

SHEET 3 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION

SECTION: 1 GENERAL SCOPE OF WORKS The works covered by this specification consists of supply, delivery, unloading at site, installation, testing, commissioning of the Air Conditioning equipment as outlined in the following pages. a. Supply, Installation, testing and commissioning of FOUR ( 4 ) 8.75 TR DX ceiling suspended ductable split unit complete with all accessories to capacities shown on the Drawings or Schedules of equipment. b. Co ordination for installation of Air Distribution System complete with factory fabricated G.S.S. Ducting insulated acoustically and thermally G.I. / Aluminum Volume Control Dampers, Supply air and Return air Diffusers, to sizes shown on the Drawing or Schedule of materials. c. Testing, Balancing and Commissioning of the entire ACMV installation and submission of duly filled up all testing, balancing and commissioning reports. d. Technical Data Sheets of all equipment, materials and Samples shall be submitted for Consultants for approval prior to installation works. • Shop drawings and descriptive technical brochures for all equipment shall be submitted for review by the Consultant prior to fabrication and installation works. The drawings shall include but not limited to detail room layouts, riser, floor and wall penetration details, builder's work requirements, bracket spacing, details of installation and dimensions, weights, control panel schematic and layouts and all other information related to the ACMV contractor's works. The ACMV Contractor shall provide all other information needed to complete related works by the Main Contractor and other sub-contractors. Relevant shop drawings and details shall be submitted to the Main Contractor and approval obtained for purposes of co-ordination with other trades. The ACMV Contractor shall carry out any other incidental works or supply and install accessories not specifically mentioned but considered necessary to bring the whole installation to proper and satisfactory working order. All other accessories required to comply fully with Local Authority Regulation/Requirements shall also be supplied and installed. No additional claims will be allowed if the ACMV Contractor fails to include these items in the tender, or Summary of Price Schedules. Submission of Six (6) hard-bound copies of Operation and Maintenance Manuals complete with as-built drawings.

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Standards and codes STANDARD ASHRAE ASHRAE 52 NFPA – 90 A UL ARI AMCA NEMA- 250 NFPA 70 NFPA 75 ASME SEC 8 D BSRIA AG 1 / 2001.1 DESCRIPTION Standards for System and Equipment Air Cleaning Devices Used in General Ventilation for Removing Particulate Matter Installation of Air Conditioning and Ventilation Systems Underwriters Laboratories. Cooling Coil ratings/Chiller Fans Enclosures for Electrical Equipment National Electric Code Protection of Electronic computer/ DPU Boliers and Pressure Vessel codes construction of pressure Vessels. Rules for

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Pre – Commission Cleaning of Pipe Works Systems (2ND EDITION)

SHEET 5 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 2 DESING DATA SL. NO 1 2 3 4 SYSTEM TYPE CAV CAV CAV CAV LAB NAME INSIDE CONDITION Temp in Deg 24±1 24±1 24±1 24±1 RH in % 60±5 60±5 60±5 60±5 VENTILATION TYPE GF / Research Lab FF / Chemistry Lab 1 FF / Chemistry Lab 2 SF / MSc Lab Recirculation Air Recirculation Air Recirculation Air Recirculation Air .

wired and tested and shall comprise of multiple scroll compressor. piped. R-134A/R22. the whole of which shall be rust proofed and finished with a scratched-resistant and wear resistant baked on enamel so as to resist marine environment corrosion. starter for compressors. The inside of the cabinet (where the compressor is located) shall be insulated with 2" (50 mm) thick high density fiberglass or rock wool or as per manufacturer’s standard. Compressors motors shall be cooled with suction gas or other approved means. the availability of spare parts shall be assured. . CASINGS The unit shall consist of galvanized steel cabinet mounted on a frame. The split shall utilize a non-chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) refrigerant. Insulated cooler. Removable panels shall be provided to enable all maintenance and repairs to be carried out without removal of the unit or structural alteration to prevent rattles and looseness after prolonged period of operation. condenser fans. air cooled condenser with microprocessor control panel. 50 cycles and three-phase. The compressors shall be driven by electric motors designed for operation on 415 ±6% volts. Each unit shall be completely factory assembled. COMPRESSORS The air cooled chiller shall be fitted with two or more screw compressors of the semihermetic type. Mild Steel Bolts and Nuts are NOT ACCEPTABLE.SHEET 6 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 3 AIR COOLED DX DUCTABLE SPLIT UNIT General The Air cooled SPLITS shall be with hermetic type scroll compressor of minimum capacity and performance as indicated in the schedule and /or as shown on the drawings. The nuts and bolts shall be treated with anti rust and coat with rust proof paint. In either case.

muffler. operating and safety controls sequences shall be designed for completely fail safe. lubrication oil high and low temperature. The control sequence shall provide for operation of oil heaters during normal shut down. thermal relays. crankcase heater. The compressors shall be fitted with gauge connections for reading oil. suction and discharge pressures and shall be fitted with a sight glass. chilled water pump. overload relays and safety controls and Phase Failure fuses. Machine shall also be fitted with no-load center and shall contain the following in a weather proof compartment. Condenser Coil fins to be coated against corrosion. The capacity Control shall be step less control by use of a slide valve or step control by use of solenoid valves. factory mounted. The compressors shall be mounted on spring vibration isolators. Compressors should be provided with acoustic jacket for sound attenuation from the factory. The capacity. The condenser fan shall be the propeller type Low noise fans Please state noise criteria. Machine shall shut down for oil low pressure. condenser high pressure.SHEET 7 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION The compressors and motors shall be fully protected against abnormal operating conditions by high and low pressure switches. amply sized for quiet operation and long life. discharge manifold and internal motor protection. CONDENSERS The condenser shall be of the air cooled cross-finned type with copper tube type to suit the capacity of the unit. Bonding of the fins to the tubes shall be by mechanical means to ensure a positive lasting bond. Each shut down . refrigerant low pressure. This is a statically and dynamically balanced and shall be mounted on a solid steel shaft running in self-aligning ball bearings. Safety controls shall be electric or electronic fully automatic and shall be fail safe. The condenser fan shall be driven directly by resiliently mounted squirrel cage induction motor with adequate horsepower for the duty. UNIT CONTROL PANEL Each machine shall be furnished with a complete control centre in an enclosure. Provision shall be made in the control centre for inter-locking of compressor motor starter. piped and wired. Field assembly is not acceptable. automatic operation. chilled water low temperature.

. Machine shall be provided with start/stop.SHEET 8 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION shall be indicated with light individually. Incoming power will be provided at single point. VIBRATION ISOLATION MOUNTING The unit shall be supplied with adequate number of level adjusting spring type isolation provided by the manufacturer. remote/local and reset switches. Machine shall not restart until manually reset. Terminals strips shall be clearly marked for field wiring connections. Controls center should be fitted with remote alarm indicating terminals.

FABRICATION STANDARDS All ductwork including straight sections. Governing Standards Unless otherwise specified here. shoe pieces.SHEET 9 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 4 SHEET METAL WORK Scope: The scope of this section comprises supply fabrication. (Total coating on both sides) In addition. tapers. Duct Connectors and Accessories All transverse duct connectors (flanges /cleats) and accessories / related hardware are such as support system shall be zinc coated (galvanized). testing and performance of the ducting system shall conform to the SMACNA – 1995 Standards (“HVAC Duct Construction Standards – Metal and Flexible –Second Edition – 1995 “– SMACNA ) Raw Material Ducting All ducting shall be fabricated of LFQ (Lock Forming Quality) grade prime G. terminal diffuse boxes and other transformation pieces must be factory – fabricated o o Coil line to ensure location of longitudinal seams at corners / folded edges only to obtain the required duct rigidity and low leakage characteristics. All ducts. raw material should be used in coil – form (instead of sheets) so as to limit the longitudinal joints at the edges only irrespective of cross-section dimensions. transformation pieces and fittings to be made on CNC profile cutters for required accuracy of dimensions. . Galvanizing shall be of 120 gms/ Sqmt. G.I. location and dimensions of notches at the folding lines. collars. selected at random by PMC’s site representative shall be subject to approval and tested for thickness and zinc coating at contractor’s expense. elbows. samples of raw material. installation and testing of all sheet metal ducts. if deemed necessary. erection. branches.I. No longitudinal seams permitted along any face side of the duct. raw material furnished with accompanying Mill Test Certificates. the construction.

• Non – toxic. • All transverse connectors shall be 4 bolt slip – on flange system with built-in sealant. STANDARDS FOR SELECTION OF ROLAMATE OR APPROVED EQUIVALENT FLANGE CLASS AND DUCT GAUGES AT 1200 MM SPACING Duct Duct Pressure in Inches / (Pascals) Dimension 1"(250) 2"(500) 3"(750) 4"(1000 6"(1500)* 10"(2500) 4 *5 ) (in mm) Reinforcement Class . or PVC Gaskets are required in between all mating flanged joints.SHEET 10 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION o o All edges to be machine treated using lock formers.E. Sealant dispensing equipment for applying built – in sealant in Pittsburgh lock where sealing of longitudinal joints are specified.I. flanges and roller for turning up edges. Table 1: Article I. AC – applications grade P. • The specific class of transverse connector and duct gauge for a given duct dimension will be as per Table 1 below for 1” (250 Pa) pressure class. Gasket sizes should conform to flange duct manufacturer’s specification.Duct Gauge upto 250 *3E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 251-300 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 301-350 351-400 401-450 451-500 501-550 551-600 601-650 651-700*2 701-750 751-900 901-1000 10 01-1200 12 01-1300 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 *3H-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 H-24 H-22 H-20 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 H-22 H-22 H-20 J-18 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 H-24 H-24 H-22 H-20 J-18 J-18 E-24 E-24 E-24 E-24 H-24 H-22 H-22 H-22 H-22 H-20 J-18 J-18 J-16 E-22 E-22 H-20 H-20 H-20 H-20 H-20 H-18 J-18 J-18 J-16 . SELECTION OF G. GAUGE AND TRANSVERSE CONNECTORS • Duct Construction shall be in compliance with 1 “(250 Pa) w.g Static norms as per SMACNA.

For duct sizes between. class”J” for class”H”.g. Upto 450 mm duct size use “C & S” cleats.(Not Applicable for Current Specifications) for non-critical comfort cooling applications (1” w. static.g. a ‘H’ class flange with duct gauge of 24 should be used. *5. A higher class flange can always be substituted for a lower class (e.A.Sheet Metal and Air conditioning Contractors’ National Association Inc“HVAC Duct Construction Standards.SMACNA. 651 mm and 700 mm. class”H” for class “E”). H and J.Reading Guide. Over 750 mm duct size use flanges. when the pressure class is 1” w.Metal and Flexible”-1995. *4. *3.g.g. . say. require a”E’ class flange and duct gauge of 24. For E & H class of flanges use gasket size 10 mm wide and 4.5 mm thick. *2. optional “C & S” or “C & SS” cleat joints can be used. U.SHEET 11 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION 13 01-1500 15 01-1800 18 01-2100 2101-2400 2401-2700 Notes: H-24 H-22 J-18 3 * J-20 *3J-20 J-18 J-18 J-18 J-16 J-16 *1. 451 to 750 mm duct size use “C & SS” cleats. For the same size range but with static pressure at 4” w. static and above gasket type and size shall be as per manufacturer’s recommendation. pressure class).For pressure class 6” w. For J-class use 15 mm wide and 6 mm thick gasket.S.g.The flange classes are designated E.

0 mm per meter. 74. Turning vanes or air splitters shall be installed in all bends and duct collars designed to permit the air to make the turn without appreciable turbulence. double L bottom brackets (made out of 3. o Ducts shall be straight and smooth on the inside.00 mm) or less and 3 “W. o Plenums shall be factory fabricated panel type and assembled at site. 7. Longitudinal seams shall be Airtight and at corners only.3 Each and every duct pieces should be identified by colour coded sticker which shows specific part numbers. . • 6. duct sizes and gauge. o Reinforcement of ducts shall be achieved by either cross breaking or straight beading depending on length of ducts. 1.1. o The deflection of transverse joints should be within specified limit for rectangular duct deflection as given in SMACNA.SHEET 12 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION DUCT CONSTRUCTION o The fabricated duct dimensions should be as per approved drawings and all connecting sections are dimensionally matched to avoid any gaps.G. This requirement is applicable to 20 G (1.” SUPPORT SYSTEM A completely galvanized system consisting of fully threaded rods.5 Changes in dimensions and shape of ducts shall be gradual (between 1:4 and 1:7).0mm of specified dimension.6. To be supplied along with Air Handling Units by AHU supplier only. permissible diagonal tolerances shall be +/. (750 Pa) pressure or less.1. To obtain required perpendicularity.G. to ensure air tightness. job name. Page No. of unbraced panel shall be beaded or cross broken unless ducts will have insulation covering or acoustical liner.0 mm M. Ducts for 4” W. (1000 Pa) or more do not require beads or cross – brackets. • 6.S. • As per SMACNA page no. sheet) nuts. fig 1-8 • “Duct sizes 19 “(483 mm) wide and larger which have more than 10 Sqft. drawing number. o Dimensional Tolerances: All fabricated dimensions will be within +/. which shall be either Pittsburgh or Snap Button Punch as SMACNA practice. Washers and anchor bolts as supplied by Rolaster or approved equivalent or generally conforming to SMACNA standards should be used.

Duct Size(mm) Hanger Interval Rod Diameter (mm) 1 2 3 4 Upto . INSTALLATION Tools and tackles for site work The duct installation shall confirm to SMACNA norms. Maximum No. e) Hoisting system – for lifting the duct assembly upto mounting heights. Neoprene or equivalent material of suitable thickness shall be used between duct supports and duct profiles in all supply air ducts not enclosed by return air plenums. The .SHEET 13 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION Table 3 Support for Horizontal duct-Rectangular Sr.2000 Above 2000 6 mm 8 mm 10 mm 12 mm 2400 2400 2400 2400 o As an alternative. b) Electric Slitting shear – to make cut – outs. For duct assembly and Installation the use of suitable tools and tackles should be used to give the required duct quality and speed of installation including (but not restricted to) a) Electric Pittsburgh Seamer – used for closing Pittsburgh joints.700 701 . o To provide the required thermal brake effect. c) Drilling machine with drill bits – for drilling holes in sheet metal work. d) Hammer drill machine with drill bits – for drilling holes in building structures for anchors. The Contractor shall provide and neatly erect all sheet metal work as may be required to carry out the intent of these specifications and drawings. slotted galvanized brackets attached to the top two bolts of the system may also be used as appropriate for the site condition.1200 1201 . Installation Practice All ducts shall be installed as per tender drawings and in strict accordance with approved shop drawing to be prepared by the Contractor.

air handling units that may cause vibration in the ducts. All necessary allowances and provision shall be made by the Contactor for beams. Where ducts pass through brick or masonry openings. a part of duct section (approximately 5 % of total ductwork) may be selected at random and tested for leakage. DOCUMENTATION & MEASUREMENT OF DUCTING All ducts fabricated and installed should be accompanied and supported by following documentation: o For each drawing. it shall be provided with 25 mm thick appropriate insulation around the duct and totally covered with fire barrio mortar for complete sealing. o o TESTING After duct installation. ducts shall be provided with a flexible connection. verification and approvals. located at the unit discharge. structural work. The procedure for leak testing should be followed as per SMACNA – “HVAC Air Duct Leakage Test Manual” (First Edition) . or other obstructions in the building whether or not the same are shown on the drawings. pipes. or from beams. Whenever ductwork is connected to fans. 8. The above system will ensure speedy and proper site measurement.2.3 Ducting over false ceiling shall be supported from the slab above. Measurement sheet covering each fabricated duct piece showing dimensions and external surface area along with summary of external surface area of duct gauge-wise. summary sheets are also to be provided showing duct area by gauge and duct size range as applicable. the ducts shall be suitably as per actual site conditions. In no case shall any duct be supported from false ceilings hangers or be permitted to rest on false ceiling. assigned to it in the measurement sheet. All metal work in dead or furred down spaces shall be erected in time to occasion no delay to other contractor’s work in the building. all supply of ductwork must be accompanied by computer generated detailed bill of materials indicating all relevant duct sizes. Where there is interference/ fouling with other beams. All duct pieces to have a part number.SHEET 14 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION • work shall meet with the approval of Consultant’s and PMC’s site representative in all its parts and details. plumbing and conduits. All ducts shall be totally free from vibration under all conditions of operation. dimensions and quantities. which should correspond to the serial number. In addition.

Prior to witness of final tests. Connect test apparatus to section of ductwork to be tested.4 I/s. which shall be left in position until final connections. chart or graph dated not earlier than one year before the test for which it is used. the sub-contractor shall carry out preliminary tests to ensure the test results are within specified limits. ±5% of the indicated flow rate or 0. smoke test is not acceptable.5 times the working pressure. DUCTWORK LEAKAGE TESTS Type All ductwork shall be pressure tested for leakage. The test apparatus shall have a calibration certificate. 2 and 3 of the TEST SHEET. The section of ductwork to be tested shall have an area large enough to enable the test equipment to register a measurable leakage. . and 5% of the indicated static pressure in duct under test. Accuracy of the test apparatus shall be within: (i) (ii) ii. Complete Parts 1. The test pressure shall be 1. Procedure The section of ductwork to be tested for air leakage shall be sealed. are made. while small open ends may be sealed with polythene or inflatable bags. All ductwork shall be tested for leakage without duct insulation or duct enclosure at the joints. Adjust test apparatus until the static pressure differential is obtained. Main ducts shall be provided with flanged joints to enable blanking plates to be fitted. Check that the measured leakage is within the permitted rate.SHEET 15 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION i. Tests shall be witnessed and certified by the Consultant or his representative. whichever is greater. sample appended in Item 7. The Sub-contractor shall provide the necessary test equipment and skilled labour To carry out the tests satisfactorily.

Record details on Part 4 of the TEST SHEET. Re-testing The air leakage rate for any section of ductwork shall not be in excess of the permitted rate for that section. Duct Area Estimation The surface area of the section of the ductwork under test shall be estimated. then immediately reapply test pressure to establish that the air leakage rate is not greater than previous reading. If the first test produces leakage in excess of the permitted maximum the section shall be resealed and re-tested until a leakage not greater than the permitted maximum for that section is achieved. Test particulars shall be recorded in Part 4 of the TEST SHEET and signed by the Consultant or his representative. Certified Tests When satisfied with the results of the above preliminary tests the sub-contractor shall make arrangement to carry out the final tests which shall be conducted in the presence of the Consultant or his representative. Details of the estimation shall accompany the TEST SHEET in the following format: Width and Depth ( mm ) Periphery ( mm ) Length ( mm ) Area ( Square Meters ) Total . iv. iii.SHEET 16 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION Maintain the test for fifteen (15) minutes and check that the leakage rate has not increased. Reduce pressure in ductwork to zero by switching off the fan.

51 0.37 1.18 0.54 0.69 0.44 1..27 Ref.28 1....64 0.10 0.80 0.84 0...25 0.No: .. Static Press Diff ( Pa ) 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 Maximum Leakage Per Sq.58 0.Physical details (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) ________________________________ Section of ductwork: _________________________________ Drawing ref: Leakage factor: Surface area of duct : _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ .SHEET 17 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION Leakage Factor Table (As per SMACNA STANDARDS) The leakage factor is determined by the specified Pressure Classification and Test Static Pressure. It is used to compute the maximum permitted leakage by multiplying it by the estimated duct area..53 0...Meter Duct Work in l / s Low Press Med – Pressure High Pressure Class A Class B Class C Class D 0...32 0.23 0.....21 0..75 0... Ductwork Leakage Test Sheet Project title: ____________________________________________ Building ref: ____________________________________________ Part 1 – Specified (i) Pressure Classification: ________________________________ (ii) Test static pressure: Part 2 .19 0...

SHEET 18 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION (v) Max permitted leakage: _________________________________ Part 3 .): ___________________________ Conducted by __________________________________ Date of test __________________________________ Witnessed by __________________________________ .Test results (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Duct static pressure: _________________________________ Reading of flow measuring device: ___________________________ Interpreted air flow leakage rate: ___________________________ Duration of test (normally 15 min.Test equipment (i) (ii) (iii) Manufacturer: Type of model: _________________________________ _________________________________ Range of flow at test static pressure ___________________________ Part 4 .

All components of the damper set. All damper blades shall be inter-connected by means of a suitable bar linkage for ganged operation. The maximum blade width shall not exceed 250mm (10”) and the length 1200mm (48”).SHEET 19 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 5 DAMPERS Scope Volume damper sets shall be provided where specified and/or as shown on the drawings. including rod linkage and joints shall be rust-proof finished. • • . which turns in sintered bronze bearings. Manually adjustable dampers at air outlets and grilles .opposed blade type.opposed blade type.opposed blade type. The maximum overall dimensions of any damper section shall not be greater than 2300mm (90”) high or 1200mm (48”) wide. Manually Adjustable Damper Sets . Where manually adjustable damper sets are installed in ductwork or other accessible locations the operating shafts shall be extended through the duct and a lockable quadrant fitted. Manually adjustable dampers at duct branch takeoffs . All dampers shall be arranged with spindle horizontal and shall be sized to handle the air quantities shown on the drawings.Opposed Blade Type • Damper sets shall be arranged in substantial supporting frames and each blade shall be mounted on a 12mm (1/2”) shaft. Type o o o o Manually adjustable damper sets .

The ceiling arrangement. sizes. sizes. Opposed blade Volume control dampers shall be provided for all diffusers. type of suspension system. and which have spigot connections between the duct and the outlet of less length than the larger neck dimension of the diffuser or register. All diffusers. Single blade stream splitter type volume controls shall be provided as shown on the drawings at the duct branch takeoffs to individual outlets in which case Diffuser Volume Control (DVC) and/or Opposed Blade Damper (OBD) throttling dampers are not required behind the outlet. numbers and positions as shown on the drawings and/or specified hereafter. OBD volume controllers shall be provided behind all return air face exhaust air grilles to give even air flow over the face of the grilles. they shall be supplied with a plenum box incorporating turning vanes as necessary to give even distribution of air through the neck of the diffuser. Where manufacturer’s recommendations require duct size differing from those on the drawings. and type of air terminal fitting shall be checked with the Consultants and Architects prior to ordering of equipment. registers and diffusers shall be finished in matt black paint. noise criteria ratings for each unit. Engineering data shall be submitted in a manner to facilitate convenient review of the following factors: Aspiration ability.SHEET 20 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 6 DIFFUSERS General o Diffusers and other air terminal fittings shall be of the types. free area and quality of construction. the same shall be provided at no additional cost to the Client. All volume controls where mounted behind grilles. Multi blade DVC stream splitter volume controls shall be provided behind registers mounted on the side of ductwork and at spigot takeoffs from duct branches serving more than one outlet. throw and drop of each unit. Where spiral duct connections are provided to ceiling diffusers with air quantities more than 350 cfm. grilles and registers shall have performance data tested in accordance with the Air Diffusion Council (ADC) Code 1062: GRD-84 and ASHRAE o o o o o o o o • • . Diffusers or registers which do not have multi-blade DVC dampers. Each air supply outlet shall have the required capacity and shall be guaranteed to give the required draft with draft less diffusion. shall be fitted with equalising deflection grids to ensure even air distribution from the outlet. including temperature and velocity traverses.

An inner core assembly consisting of fixed louvers capable of producing there required air flow discharge pattern shall be easily and fully removable from the installed diffuser frame for access dampers or other ductwork components located in or near the diffuser neck. The diffuser shall consist of an outer frame assembly to facilitate mounting. Ceiling Diffusers Supply air Diffusers (Square) The whole diffuser assembly shall be constructed of aluminium. Where OBD or DVC dampers are mounted on the back of outlets or grilles the screw shall be accessible through the blades of the outlet. The finishing shall be anodized aluminium or baked enamel of colour to Architect’s selection. The material used shall be of not less than 16 gauge aluminium anodised. Diffuser shall have a high induction ratio capable of maintaining air distribution pattern without dumping from full flow down to 20% of full flow. Diffusers without ADC and ASHRAE test performance data shall not be accepted. then the screw adjustment shall be accessible through the removable core of the diffuser or by removing the register or grade. Double flap or opposed blade volume control dampers mounted on the rear of the diffuser shall be provided.SHEET 21 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION Standard70-72. The outer frame of the diffuser shall have a number of optional styles. . recessed with clip-fixed detail or lay-in ‘T’ Bar. Bird screens Galvanised woven mesh or weld mesh bird screens in rigid galvanised iron frames shall be installed behind all external louvers and over all relief and exhaust air openings to the outside of the building. • • DVC dampers shall give volume control and even air distribution over the full face of the outlet without the introduction of noise. recessed to enable flush mounting with ceiling tiles. The inner core shall be held securely in position by means of spring-loaded pins. DVC dampers shall have a sheet metal frame enclosure around the blades to give reasonable robust construction and to ensure all the air diverted by the blades is directed through the outlet. OBD and DVC dampers shall have blades linked together in sections for ganged operation from adjusting screws. Where the OBD or DVC damper is mounted in the duct spigot back from the outlet. A collar that follows connection to the air-conditioning duct shall be an integral part of the frame assembly. flange for flush mounting on ceiling surface.

BS4370/2 4. Closed cell content > 90% 6.SHEET 22 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 7 DUCT INSULATION Scope o o • The supply and return air ductwork shall be provided with insulating materials complying with the technical data specified herein. Density – 45 to 65 Kg.034 W/mK +20˚ C < 0. .05 % of water soluble chloride ions.2 % of ammonia. DIN 52615 µ > 7000 3. Full technical data and specification in respect of the insulation offered shall be submitted with the tender. 7.036 W/mK Thermal conductivity values shall be governed by a third party supervisory control agreement which shall be for attestation of conformity purpose. Insulation deviating from the specification shall only be offered as an alternative. 52612 ) -20˚ C < 0. 10 All tests should be conducted by independent. accredited institutes and the supervisory (third party) control agreements should be available for attestation of conformity purposes. Water vapour permeability – 0. BS 476 Part 7 1987 (Surface spread of flame): Class I rated. 5. m3 or 3 lb / ft3 to 4 lb / ft3. Insulating material for stainless steel must contain no more than 0. 2. CLOSED CELL ELASTOMERIC FOAM INSULATION Material: The insulation used shall be flexible closed cell elastomeric foam with the following requirements: 1. “Material should be nitrite free and can contain no more that 0.09 ugm / Nh. Thermal conductivity ( λ )BS 874 Part 2 – 86 ( DIN 52613.032 W/mK 0˚ C < 0. Corrosion risk assessment DIN 1988 / 7 certified. Fire Rating: BS 476 Part 6 1989 (Fire Propagation): Class O rated. Water Vapour Diffusion Resistant (µ) DIN 53122 Part 2. “ 8 Noise reduction DIN 4109 upto 32 dB( A ) 9 Manufacturer should be certified in accordance with ISO 9002 / UNI EN 29002 which includes production control procedures and systems as a pre-requisite.

apply thinner / cleaner wherever necessary to make the area grease free. wood by itself can be used.5 Protection against high U. within the building and in the return air path (i. apply glue on the G.I. transfer ducts within the building and in the return air path (i. all ducts in unconditioned areas and in vertical service shaft to be 25 mm thickness. (thermal) 12. duct comes in contact with the duct hangers. Method Statement for Application of Elastomeric Insulation on Ducts. (inside the building) radiation no vapour barriers / coatings are required.4 Note: In areas with non U.1 Supply air ducts. Once the glue on the sheet gets dry. (Exposed) 12. duct and let it dry.2 Supply. then stick the sheet on one end and slowly press the sheet on the duct from one end to the other so as to ensure that the sheet sticks on the G. v) Method statement of application for outdoor usage: Avoid working under direct sunlight and exposure of glued joints to sunlight for at least 12 hrs after glue application as sunlight prevents proper curing.V. e. so that there is no direct contact between the duct insulation and the wooden piece thus preventing tearing of the duct insulation.I.SHEET 23 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION 11 The insulation labourers shall be trained by the manufacturer’s local agents before commencement of works. The manufacturer’s local agents shall visit the site periodically to inspect the insulation work.I duct.e. All ducts in conditioned areas) to be 15mm thickness (acoustical) 12. return air ducts. In areas where the G.g.V. air ducts. return air ducts. light radiation.e.I. i) ii) Iii) Clean area of duct to be insulated to make it dust free. two coats of Arm finish paint metal shall be used. all ducts in conditioned areas) to be 9 mm thickness. duct completely avoiding air bubbles between the insulation sheet and G.e.3 All ducts outside the building or not in return air path (i. Prolonged exposure of elastomeric foam to direct sunlight is not recommended as this will iv) . 12. The wood piece should be glued on to the duct hanger and a layer of rubber to be glued on the wood. For proper wood thickness selection please contact manufacturer’s representative. In this case it has to be made sure that the insulation will be glued to the wood from both sides accordingly. rigid support is recommended such as section of wood. In case the positioning of the support is available in advance. Apply glue recommended by manufacturer with an even spread on complete surface of insulation sheet. transfer duct etc. 12 The insulation thickness shall be as follows: 12. area exposed to sunlight.

Do not keep the glue under direct sunlight as this will result in rapid evaporation of the solvent and affects the performance of the glue.SHEET 24 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION eventually result in deterioration of the surface. .

Total area will be arrived at by adding up the areas of all duct sections. The external area shall be calculated by measuring the over-all width and depth (including the corner joints) in the centre of the duct section and over-all length of each duct section from flange face to flange face in case of duct lengths with uniform cross section. vibration isolation pads or suspenders.SHEET 25 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 8 MEASUREMENT Scope The following procedure for measurement shall be followed for the purpose of billing in case of items subject to variation in quantities. turning vanes. straightening vanes. gaskets for joints. In case of taper pieces average width and depth will be worked out as follows: W1 = Width of small cross section W2 = Width of large cross section D1 = Depth of small cross section D2 = Depth of large cross section Average Width = W1 + W2 -------------2 Average Depth = D1 + D2 ------------2 . duct supports and hangers. Ducting: o Payment for ducting shall be on the basis of the external surface area of the ducting. inspection doors. dampers. bolts and nuts. and any other item which will be required to complete the duct installation except external insulation and finish thereon. The rate per square meter of the external surface shall include flanges. flexible connections.

The rates quoted for the cables laid in the underground trenches shall include excavation. The rate shall include extra cables left in the panel. etc. etc. taping. Face to face length for taper piece shall be the mean of the lengths measured face to face from the centre of width and depth flanges. etc. No extra payment will be made for bends. the same principle of area measurement as for linear lengths shall be adopted. Cable End Termination: The rate quoted for termination shall include copper lugs. Cables: Payment of LT armored cables shall be on the basis of linear measurements measured from gland to gland.SHEET 26 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION Width and depth in the case of taper pieces shall be measured at the edge of the collar of the flange for duct/sections fitted with angle iron flanges: otherwise at the bottom of the flange where the flanges are of GSS. The contractor has to take the actual measurement of the cable at site along with approved route before procuring cables. refilling. offset pieces and other accessories like supports. standard burnt brick protection. The cable tray shall be mounted as specified in relevant specifications . branches. copper earth clamps for glands. No claims for balance cable remaining after the completion of work will be entertained. the length of which shall be the average of the lengths of inner and outer periphery along with curvature of angle of the piece. o For special pieces like bends.. Measurements will be taken as straight runs along the route. clamps and grouting. crimping. Cable Trays: Payment for Cable Trays shall be made on the basis of linear measurement. Payment will be made for the areas calculated directly from such measurements. as per specifications. brass compressed glands. except for bends and elbows. consolidating etc. sand cushioning. No joints in straight runs will be permitted. No extra payment will be made for any miscellaneous work associated with cable laying... yellow paste. and tees. Duct measurements for calculation of area shall be taken before application of insulation. o Duct insulation: The area of ducts to be insulated shall be measured before the application of insulation.

If systems shutdown is I experienced for any reason. helpers. if the systems are tested in sections. Supply all necessary skilled labour. to these parties before making any tests. pressure and other readings necessary to indicate that the systems have been operated and tested as required by the Specification. temperature. Upon completion of testing and balancing submit six (6) copies of the recorded test data for the Consulting Engineers evaluation and approval. Operate equipment as recommended by the equipment manufacturers and in such a manner as to avoid damage to the work of other trades. Include connection to previously tested sections. in writing. Submit to the Consulting Engineers for review a log of all tests made which shall include time. Chilled Water Systems shall be verified by the Consulting Engineers and Clients representatives before the report is submitted. operating and adjusting the systems and for fully instructing the Employer or his representatives in the operation of the system. repeat and test until 16 consecutive hours are achieved. Prior to the balancing procedure. Protect valves and equipment from damage during tests. equipment and materials for tests. • o o o o o TESTING OF MEDIUM & LOW PRESSURE DUCTS The Medium and Low Pressure ducts shall be tested for air leaks in accordance with the below mentioned table under heading Duct work Leak Test.SHEET 27 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 9 TESTING AND BALANCING GENERAL o All testing and balancing shall be made in the presence of the Engineer or his representative or other inspecting authority. Give not less than 7 days prior notice. . Flow quantities for Air side. operate all systems for at feast 16 consecutive hours or longer if required. to prove satisfactory automatic operation.

a) Complete “’later pressure and duct pressure testing for leakage.up all equipment. casings and ducts and install all filters before starting systems. f) Set all fan sheaves to provide the indicated capacities at specified static pressures (RPM as specified). g) Set all manual balancing dampers. valves and balancing valves at 100% open position. h) All adjustable pitch pulleys shall be removed from the motor shaft. lightly oiled. indexed and in good working order. . I) Operate systems for 16 consecutive hours without shutdown with all equipment in perfect working order. aligned and properly adjusted. d) Check all motor starters and verify that the heater sizing is correct. k) Place all systems in automatic operation. b) Complete all ‘Punch List’ check items. Verify that all fire dampers are open. j) Make sure all controls systems are calibrated and functioning properly. m) Check fan and pump bearings for grease. and pulley remounted. and started and started up prior to balancing. i) Clean interior of all plenums. c) Install all dampers and other balancing devices as called for in the construction documents and verify the same are properly installed. e) Check out and align all equipment drives. taking length of electrical feeders into consideration. Record amp readings on all motors.SHEET 28 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION PRE BALANCE CHECKS AND START UP The Air Systems will be checked out at specified below. Manufacturer’s representative must be present at initial start. The shaft and pulley threads shall be cleaned. n) Install clean prefilters and install high efficiency filters in all systems prior to starting air balance.

and name of test technician or test engineer. Code Drawings Each Report shall contain a single line drawing of air distribution system with fan system and zone number indicated. d) Size of Outlet -manufacturers listed size. Each sheet shall have job name and address. Each and every out/et. name of air conditioning subcontractor. supply. A minimum of 6 copies shall submitted.SHEET 29 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION o) Provide availability of personnel from all the related mechanical and controls contractors during balancing. . Diffusers -Test Sheets The tests shall be submitted in detail. TEST REPORTING FORMS General Test forms used for testing and balancing shall be set up to include the following information. All forms shall be submitted in typewritten form. e) Type of Outlet -per manufacturer’s model designation. enabling the Engineer to locate each outlet for this drawing. and return shall be indicated on this drawing by a number corresponding to the number on the outlet test sheet. Test sheets shall be similar to those shown in. architect and engineer instruments used to perform tests. f) Manufacturer of Outlet g) Manufacturer’s effective area for each size h) Required m/s and required I/s of each outlet i) Test resultant m/s and 1/s of each outlet j) Final resultant m/s and 1/s of each outlet Test. a) Fan Systems and/or zone number b) Room number or area designation c) Outlet code number which shall correspond to code number of outlet on air balance code drawing.

B.B. Temperature c) Entering Coil Water Temperature d) Leaving Coil Water Temperature e) Outside Air -D.B. Temperature Test Sheets Temperature test sheets shall list both specified and test conditions in opposite columns. Items listed on this sheet shall be as follows: a) Entering Air D.B. Temperature b) Leaving Air D.B. Temperature f) Room temperature reading to be checked against thermostat setting . & W. & W. & W.B.SHEET 30 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION Drawing shall be clear and neat and shall list name of job and location of same.

SHEET 31 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION AIR SIDE TESTING AND BALANCING The Air System shall be tested and balanced as under: a) Test and adjust fan RPM to design requirements b) Test and record motor full load amperes. suction discharge and total. h) Test and record leaving air temperature DB/WB i) Adjust all main supply and return air ducts to proper design 1/5. e) Test and adjust system for design 1/5 recirculated air. n) Readings and tests of diffusers shall include required velocity and test resultant velocity. p) All diffusers shall be adjusted to minimize drafts in all areas. type and manufacturer of diffusers and all tested equipment shall be identified and listed. Required 1/5 and test resultant CFM after adjustments. g) Test and record entering air temperatures DB/WB. q) As part of the work of this contract. the Contractor shall make any changes in the pulleys and belts for correct balance as required at no additional cost to Owner. . j) Adjust all zones to proper design 1/s supply and return. f) Test and adjust system for design 11s outside air. d) Test and record system static pressures. k) Test and adjust each diffuser to within 10% of design requirements: I) Each diffuser shall be identified as to location and area. Manufacturer’s ratings on all equipment shall be used to make required calculations. c) Make Pitot tube traverse of main supply ducts and obtain design 1/s at fans. m) Size.

4 I/s. All ductwork shall be tested for leakage without duct insulation or duct enclosure at the joints.5 times the working pressure. Complete Parts 1. whichever is greater. Procedure The section of ductwork to be tested for air leakage shall be sealed. ductwork shall be pressure tested for leakage The Sub-contractor shall provide the necessary test equipment and skilled labour to carry out the tests satisfactorily.SHEET 32 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION DUCTWORK LEAKAGE TESTS General o o • • Specification describes the ductwork leakage testing procedure. Tests shall be witnessed and certified by the Client or his representative. sample appended in Item 7. Main ducts shall be provided with flanged joints to enable blanking plates to be fitted. Prior to witness of final tests. and 5% of the indicated static pressure in duct under test. which shall be left in position until final connections. Connect test apparatus to section of ductwork to be tested. The test pressure shall be 1. Adjust test apparatus until the static pressure differential is obtained. chart or graph dated not earlier than one year before the test for which it is used. . Check that the measured leakage is within the permitted rate. the sub-contractor shall carry out preliminary tests to ensure the test results are within specified limits. 2 and 3 of the TEST SHEET. while small open ends may be sealed with polythene or inflatable bags. are made. Accuracy of the test apparatus shall be within: • • (i) (ii) 5% of the indicated flow rate or 0. The section of ductwork to be tested shall have an area large enough to enable the test equipment to register a measurable leakage. The test apparatus shall have a calibration certificate.

. Re-testing The air leakage rate for any section of ductwork shall not be in excess of the permitted rate for that section. The leakage factor is determined by the specified pressure classification and Test Static Pressure. Duct Area Estimation The surface area of the section of the ductwork under test shall be estimated. Test particulars shall be recorded in Part 4 of the TEST SHEET and signed by the Client or his representative. Certified Tests When satisfied with the results of the above preliminary tests the sub-contractor shall make arrangement to carry out the final tests which shall be conducted in the presence of the Client or his representative. then immediately reapply test pressure to establish that the air leakage rate is not greater than previous reading.SHEET 33 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION Maintain the test for fifteen (15) minutes and check that the leakage rate has not increased. Details of the estimation shall accompany the TEST SHEET in the following format: Width and Depth Periphery Length Area or Diameter (Millimetres) (Millimetres) (Meters) (Square Meters) LEAKAGE FACTOR TABLE. Reduce pressure in ductwork to zero by switching off the fan. Record details on Part 4 of the TEST SHEET. It is used to compute the maximum permitted leakage by multiplying it by the estimated duct area. If the first test produces leakage in excess of the permitted maximum the section shall be resealed and re-tested until a leakage not greater than the permitted maximum for that section is achieved.

..18 0....CLASS PR.13 0..36 0.......... .....11 0.16 Ref.METER DUCT WORK IN L/S LOW PR..29 0.16 0.75 0.13 0....23 0..........51 0.15 0...28 1.SHEET 34 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION STATIC PRESS DIFF (Pa) 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2500 MAX.........32 0.12 0...37 1.14 0..54 0....35 0....84 0.27 0...38 0............53 0..... .....64 0...30 0....25 0. LEAKAGE PER SQ.....58 0.....21 0.44 1......10 0.... Ductwork Leakage Test Sheet Project title: Building ref: Part 1 – Specified (i) Pressure Classification: ........10 0.........69 0.... No: ....... ..12 0...40 0.....10 0.11 0.......15 0........ HIGH PRESSURE A B CLASS C CLASS D 0.19 0.14 0.........33 0....14 0..........32 0.CLASS MED....39 0.....80 0.......42 0........

..... ....... .................. (ii) Reading of flow measuring device: .....................................................................SHEET 35 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION (ii) Test static pressure: Part 2 ..............................................................................................): ......................... (iv) Duration of test (normally 15 min................. Conducted by.............Test equipment (i) Manufacturer: (ii) Type of model: ................... (v) max permitted leakage …………………………………..... (iii) Range of flow at test static pressure ………………….........................Physical details (i) Section of ductwork: (ii) Drawing ref: ............................................................. (iv) Surface area of duct ……………………………………...... Part 4 ...................................................................Test results (i) Duct static pressure: ........................ Part 3 ............ ......... ................................................................................................................................................... Witnessed by ................... (iii) Leakage factor: ............ Date of test ...................................... (iii) Interpreted air flow leakage rate: ........

All works to be performed under this specification shall be in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations with the specification. labour and all necessary accessories for the proper and efficient maintenance of the Air Conditioning Plant and Ancillary Equipment for this project. The foreman shall be thoroughly competent and experienced in the supervising. All workmen employed shall be skilled in the service.Contractor. SCOPE OF WORK • The Sub-Contractor shall inspect and service all Machinery and equipment comprising the complete Air Conditioning plant and accessories in accordance with the Schedule listed below. o . • SUPERVISION o The repair and maintenance work shall be carried out under the supervision of a Foreman in charge of the servicing. o WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIALS • All works to be performed shall be carried out by workman skilled in the service maintenance and repair of Air Conditioning plant of all types and shall be executed in accordance with the best Commercial practice. maintenance and repair of Air Conditioning Plant and accessories of all types and be in the direct employ of the Sub. All materials used in connection with the work shall be new and unused and generally be original spares from the manufacturers. maintenance and repair of Air Conditioning plant and accessories of all types and be in. the direct employ of the Sub-Contractor and acceptable to the Client/Owner.SHEET 36 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 10 SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE SCHEUDLE GENERAL o The Scope of this section sets out the requirements for the supply of all materials.

. adjusts and lubricate as necessary. Check the operation of all refrigerant controls. Check the operation of all safety devices. adjusts and lubricate. • SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE o The Sub-Contractor shall inspect and service all machinery and equipment comprising the Complete Air Conditioning Plant and accessories at least once a month. The Sub-Contractor shall also provide emergency repair service during normal working hours and also outside normal working hours if required to do by the Client/Owners. Check all refrigerant and oil levels. o COMPRESSORS Inspect all refrigerant compressors and refrigeration systems and check the following: a) b) c) d) e) f) Check all joints and pipe lines for leaks and rectify as necessary. except where otherwise directed by the Owners/Client. At each such monthly inspection and service of the complete Air Conditioning Plant and Accessories. Check all bolts and nuts for tightness and tighten as necessary. as necessary. and clean. and clean. Check the suction and discharge pressures of all refrigerant compressors. and if abnormal trace the faults and rectify as necessary.SHEET 37 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION • The Sub-Contractor shall advise the Client/Owner of any defects in any part or parts of the complete Air Conditioning Plant and Accessories observed during the routine inspection and servicing and shall repair such defects at the Client/Owners approval. and charge refrigerant and oil into refrigerant systems as necessary. the work detailed below shall be performed by the Sub-Contractor.

. and clean as necessary. pivots and other moving parts as necessary. Report in writing to the Client/Owner any defect (s) observed in any part or parts of the complete air conditioning plant and accessories. Renew carbon brushes as necessary. Inspect and check the routine operation of all automatic temperature controls and relays. pivots and other moving parts as necessary Clean or renew electric contactors as necessary. Renew electric fuses as necessary. electrical control gears. adjust and lubricate all bearings. ACCESSORIES Inspect and check the routine operation of all electrical starters. Renew electric fuses as necessary. and ancillary electrical apparatus and check the following: i) ii) iii) Check. The report shall state the cause (s) of the defect (s) observed and shall include an estimate of the cost of repairs required. adjust and lubricate as necessary. Instruct the operators responsible for the operation of the plant and equipment on correct method of operating the plant and equipment. and i) ii) Clean adjust and lubricate all bearings. Check carbon brushes and slip rings of all motors.SHEET 38 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION ELECTRICAL MOTORS Inspect all electric motors. and on the maintenance points to be watched. Check safety devices fitted to all motors and clean. and check the following: i) ii) iii) Check all motor bearings and lubricate with grease as necessary.

All refrigerant required to replace refrigerant losses in the refrigerant system. All consumable filter elements. motor starter gears. All cotton waste. grease for fan bearings. All electric contact points required to replace worn electric contact points in switch gears. the SubContractor shall rectify defects in repairs carried out by him with no additional charge to the Client/Owner. During the guarantee period. All repairs on the complete Air Conditioning Plant and accessories shall be guaranteed by the Sub-Contractor against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year to take effect from date of completion of the repairs.SHEET 39 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION CONSUMABLE MATERIALS The Sub-Contractor shall supply the following consumable materials as and when required: a) b) c) d) e) f) Lubrication oil required for lubrication of compressors. . The costs of such repairs shall not be included in the fixed monthly rate quoted by the SubContractor for the service and maintenance of the completely Air Conditioning Plant and Accessories but shall be charged for separately by the Sub-Contractor. motor bearings. All carbon brushes required to replace worn bushes in electric motors. but shall be included in the fixed monthly quoted by the Sub-Contractor for the service and maintenance of the complete Air Conditioning Plant and Accessories. All other non consumable materials shall be charged with prior approval from the Clients. pivots and other moving parts. REPAIRS The Sub-Contractor shall repair defects in the ductable split units and Accessories on the instructions of the Owner/Client. electric control gears and electric relays. The costs of these consumable materials shall not be charged for separately by the SubContractor. soap detergent and other cleaning materials required for cleaning purposes.

These rates shall be quoted for by the Sub-Contractor the time he submits his tender. The Sub-Contractor may be required to enter into a Contract for the above period with Client/Owner. The contractor should provide list of skilled technician and experts in their offer. The contractor should indicate the response time in their offers for all breakdown calls and service calls. and shall hold good for the period of three years commencing from the end of the free maintenance period. This record shall be in the form of a Maintenance/Repair sheet. maintenance and repairs carried out on shall be entered by the Sub. and shall be countersigned by the Owner/Client each time the Air Conditioning Plant and accessories is attended to the Sub-Contractor.SHEET 40 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE RECORDS o The Sub-Contractor shall provide a service and maintenance record book for the complete Air Conditioning Plant and accessories being serviced and maintained. The address and telephone number of the Sub-Contractor's service station shall also be entered into the record book to facilitate emergency service calls. maintenance and repair work carried out by him on the complete Air Conditioning Plant and accessories. Note: The contractor to provide complete details of warranty maintenance schedule and annual maintenance schedule as recommended by the equipment manufacturer. and brief details of all service. The Sub-Contractor shall also keep an accurate detailed record in duplicate of all service.Contractor into this book for checking purposes. o RATES FOR SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE The rates for the service and maintenance of the complete Air Conditioning plant and accessories shall be as shown in the Appendix to Form of Tender. .

SHEET 41 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 11 TESTS The following readings shall be taken (and results computed) during the performance tests on the plant. Dry Bulb Temperature Wet Bulb Temperature . AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM a. Dry bulb and wet bulb temperatures at supply air grilles Grille No. return air opening for AHU intakes. 1 2 3 NOTE: 1 Supply air CFM reading shall be taken at supply air grilles/diffusers and cross checked by additional measurements at any convenient points in the system like for instance.

.A.T.WB °F MBH Actual Design Actual Design Actual Design Actual Actual Design Actual Design Actual Design Actual Remarks .SHEET 42 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 12 COMMISSIONING REPORT Date Page Project Name System DIRECT EXPANSION COOLING DATA System Location Service Manufacturer Design CFM E.DB °F L.A.T..WB °F MBH System Location Service Manufacturer Design CFM E.A.WB °F L.A.A.DB °F E.A..T..T....T.A.WB °F L.T.A.DB °F E.T..T.DB °F L.

3. DX Ductable split units Supply & Return Diffusers Filters Motors Galvanized Sheet Steel PUF Insulation Foam : : : : : : LG / Bluestar / Voltas Ravi Star / Air Master / Air Guide/ System air Aerosol / Erofil / John Fowler / EMW ABB/ CG / Bharth Bijili SAIL / Jindal Lloyds/Salvicate NOTE: Contractors intending to supply other makes of materials/equipment than those listed above. 4. 6. . 2. Also the contractors shall clearly indicate in their tender the make of equipment considered by them in their offer. 5. shall indicate the makes in their offers.SHEET 43 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 13 APPROVED MAKE OF MATERIALS FOR AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT 1.

He shall note in this context that claims for additional space.S. 5. Apparatus may be re-arranged in the space allocated subject to the approval of the Consultants/Owner. duct routings.No.. 4. Ground Floor HVAC Ducting Layout 2.S sand I. Detailed Working Drawings 6. Space allocated for major air conditioning equipment shall be taken into consideration before ordering the equipment and they shall fit into the space provided with required clearance all round as per relevant I. Prior to the execution of the work. TITLE DRAWING NO. First Floor HVAC Ducting Layout 3. These drawings are general in nature and cannot be regarded as working drawings. Drawings to a large scale have precedence over those to a smaller scale. If nevertheless additional space is required for the equipment offered the tenderer shall bring out this point clearly in the tender itself.E Rules. Second Floor HVAC Ducting Layout NOTES ON DRAWINGS: DBRA-KEW–HVAC –GFDWG – 001 DBRA-KEW–HVAC –FFDWG – 002 DBRA-KEW–HVAC –FFDWG – 003 1. 3. The equipment offered shall be accommodated within the space provided as far as possible. if made at a later date will not be entertained. discrepancies and or omissions discovered therein to the Engineer-in-Charge and obtain appropriate orders . etc. equipment rooms. Drawings have been prepared showing the areas to be air conditioned and the space allocated for plant room. they shall not be scaled under any circumstances. specifications and shall within fifteen days report any errors.SHEET 44 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION SECTION: 14 LIST OF DRAWINGS Sl. 2. Layout of equipment. as shown on the drawings. 1. the contractor shall check all drawings. represent a feasible scheme. etc. The drawings furnished to the tenderer shall be interpreted by the use of given routing and nomenclature only.

For this purpose. 9. 10. 11. the contractor shall be responsible for thoroughly checking all drawings to ensure that they comply with the intent and the requirements of the contract specifications and that they fit in with the overall building layout. refrigerant piping. etc. Prior to submission for approval. The contractor shall prepare his own detailed working drawings and get them approved by Consultants/Owner before execution. The contractor shall obtain the approval in writing of the Consultants/Owner for his detailed working drawings before proceeding with the work. he shall submit 8 sets of drawings to the Consultants/Owner.SHEET 45 OF 45 HVAC SYSTEM TENDER SPECIFICATION on the same. The drawings attached to these specifications are general in nature and cannot be regarded as working drawings. After installation is completed. equipment layouts. The working drawings to be submitted by the contractor shall comprise shall aspects of air distribution. 7. Any alterations proposed by the Consultants/Owner shall be incorporated in the drawings by the contractor and the corrected drawings shall be submitted once again in 8 sets to the Owner. foundations. 8. For any further drawings or specification that may be required for the execution of the works or otherwise under the contract. . routing of ducts. 8 sets of "As built drawings" shall be prepared in full details and submitted to the Consultants/Owner within 3 weeks from the date of completion of installation. the contractor shall give adequate notice in writing to the Consultants. Any adjustment made by the contractor without prior approval of the Consultants/Owner shall be at his own risk and cost. cables.

tees etc. NO 1 DESCRIPTION DX . flanges suitable for DX UNIT OULET and with a manual operating handle. fixed blades covered with weldmesh bird screen with 50% Free Areas. channels.Fire retardant ( CLASS 'O' ) closed cell chemically cross linked Polyethylene or Nitrile foam soft rubber 13 mm thick Duct acoustic liner shall be with Fire retardant ( CLASS 'O' ) closed cell chemically cross linked Polyethylene or Nitrile foam soft rubber .2mm thick GSS blades. 6 1.9 mm thickall accessories viz.with VCD and powder coated for the following neck sizes 450x 450mm with 600x600mm outer dimensions to be fixed on false ceiling Grid 450x 450mm Extruded AL. Dia 700mm Dia 500mm Dia 450mm Dia 400mm Volume control dampers of 1. double canvas connection with 6" zip etc complete as per specs. Extruded AL. high efficiency direct expansion cooling coil. OBD . Air balancing of the entire air conditioning system. automatic refrigeration controls etc. extended linkage rods for manual operation. air cooled type Ductable split package air conditioner complete with an outdoor unit with hermatic / semihermatic scroll compressor.75TR air conditioning capacity with 3500 cfm evaporator blower cool and dehumidified air capacity.ANNEXURE-I TENDER BOQ FOR HVAC SYSTEM Sl. anchor fastener. flanges suitable for duct mounting and with a manual operating handle. housed in a hide away type corrosion resistant heavy gauge GI casing with sandwiched type insulated drain pan. powder coated four way armstrong type supply air diffusers with AL. TOTAL OF ANNEXURE-I RM 65 55 Sqm Sqm 30 75 45 15 RM RM RM RM 3 9 6 4 Nos Nos Nos Sqm 6 12 Nos Nos 5 12 1 Nos Nos lot 4 120 25 80 1 Sqm Sqm Sqm Lot 5 . flanges suitable for duct mounting and with a manual operating handle.S. Consider on average circuit length for the refrigerant piping and power control/cabling. S. galvanized hardware.Refrigerant piping complete with insulation Liquid Line . SPIRAL DUCTING as per IS:655 complete with Fire retardant ( CLASS 'O' ) closed cell chemically cross linked Polyethylene or Nitrile foam soft rubber . angle / rod supporting. Dia 700mm Dia 500mm Dia 450mm Volume control dampers of 1. high efficiency condenser coil and fan housed in a corrosion resistant heavy gauge GI powder coated – casing complete with factory built electrical control center. black painted C clamps / rod supporting. anchor fastener.2mm thick GSS blades. channels. synthetic woven slide.Refrigerant piping complete with insulation Fire retardent Mouth Canvass connections with Zip opening for outlet 4 60 60 4 Nos RM RM Sqm Sqm Sqm Kgs QTY UNIT 2 3 Masked fresh air louvers at inlet with 45 deg. black painted M. bends.S. 24 G 22 G G. In type filter.with VCD and powder coated for the selected following duct sizes 450x 450mm with 600x600mm outer dimensions to be fixed on false ceiling Grid 450x 450mm Duct Supports using MS anagle for vertical ducts and MS Tubes support for terrace floor ducting with all necessory nuts and bolts for all support. channels. as under Suction Line .2mm Thick GSS Volume control dampers with extended linkage rods for manual operation. complete as per specs. INSULATION Insulation of supply air ducts . Vibration isolators and the interconnected refrigerant piping in copper complete with heatlon pipe section insulation of suction line shall be in the scope.13 mm thick Under deck insulation of 50 mm thk TF quality EPS screwed by raw plugs and covered with chicken wire mesh. with insulation as per specification. DUCTING as per IS:655 complete with all accessories viz. OBD . 40 mm dia 70 AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM G.S. 5 MS support arrangement of indoor and outdoor unit 150 HDPE/PVC drain pipe Hard PVC drain piping with elbows. Expanded Polyethylene gasket galvanized hardware. powder coated four way armstrong type Return air diffusers with AL. Indoor unit comprising of heavy duty centrifugal blowers.S. extended linkage rods for manual operation.DUCTABLE SPLIT UNIT 8.

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