SECTION 15072 VIBRATION ATTENUATION

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Richard Smith Richard Smith
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WSA/D001273 Rev A/2002

15072/1

Vibration Attenuation

details of installation.2.5. It is not necessarily comprehensive or complete and it is the Contractor's responsibility to ascertain all applicable sections required to understand the full Scope of Works intended.2 1.3 1.8.1 1.1 1.1. materials.8 1.3 1.1 1. equipment and appliances and perform all necessary operations required to execute the work of this section.2 1. engineering calculations.4 1.6 1.6. Furnish all labour.1 1. relation and connections with adjoining work.7.1 WARRANTY Section 01740 . QUALIFICATIONS The specialist company used shall have supplied antivibration products in Oman for at least the last five years. Submit copies of test reports required to be performed on the proposed products. Submit samples.Warranties and Bonds.1 1.1 1. RELATED SECTIONS This schedule is intended to be used as a helpful indication of the related sections within the Project Specifications.1 1.9 1.1 1.4.Submittals. REFERENCES The minimum standards for products specified in this section shall be those standards referred to or relevant BSI standards.4.9. description of product and installation method in accordance with the Contract Documents. catalogue cut sheets.4. This section describes the requirements for the vibration attenuator measures that are required. WSA/D001273 Rev A/2002 15072/2 Vibration Attenuation .1 GENERAL SECTION INCLUDES Include the General Conditions of the Contract as part of this section. Submit a list of installation completed where proposed products were used. QUALITY ASSURANCE Perform Work in accordance with relevant British Standards and industry standard codes.4 1.1.7 1. SUBMITTALS FOR REVIEW Section 01300 . MOCK-UP No requirements ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS No requirements 1.2 1.1 1. The Contractor shall become familiar with other sections of the Specifications affecting work of this trade.4.3. plant.5 1.4 1.1. details of construction.1. Submissions shall indicate all dimensions.3 1. specifications.

purpose designed flexible connections shall be provided in accordance with this specification. Where mats are stacked.2. bond 1mm steel sheet thickness between each pad without filling voids.1 2.1 2. For fans and air distribution systems.5. HIGH TEMPERATURE CONFIGURED MAT MOUNTINGS: Provide configured mat mountings manufactured from high temperature synthetic rubber.6 2.1 2. RESILIENT MAT MOUNTINGS: Provide a minimum of 20mm resilient mat and sheet of 1.1 2. Where mats are stacked.1 WSA/D001273 Rev A/2002 .6. Where mat type isolation materials are used.2.4.2 2.2. 15072/3 Vibration Attenuation o 2.2 2. Isolation efficiency of anti vibration devices and materials shall be as indicated.1 2.10 CROSS REFERENCE WITH NES 1.2.10.7 2.1.1.2.2.3.4 2.5 2.1 P RODUCTS APPROVED MANUFACTURER OR PRODUCT Kinetics. SPRING ANTI VIBRATION MOUNTINGS: Select spring mounts with an overload capacity of 50%.2. the methods of jointing and the fluid(s) handled in the system. All other vibration isolators shall be both supplied and installed by the Contractor.2.1 2.7. Permanently identify individual mounts with their load capacity. Electrical connections to motors and other dynamic machinery. bond 1mm steel sheet thickness between each pad without filling voids.6 mm steel for incorporation in cast in situ base.1. For pumps and water distribution systems.2.1.3 2. SYNTHETIC MATERIAL CONFIGURED MAT MOUNTINGS: Provide configured mat mountings manufactured from neoprene or composite fibre/synthetic rubber.2. provide lockable levelling device.2. Mason Industries or equivalent PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS ANTI-VIBRATION PROCEDURES All dynamic machinery shall be isolated from the building structure by vibration isolators and/or vibration isolation materials which shall be purpose designed and selected to suit the machinery.2.3 2.5.2.2. flexible joints in accordance with other parts of this specification shall be provided.6.1 2.2.2 2. shall be made in accordance with the electrical part of this specification.2.2.1.1 2. LOCKING FACILITY: Where indicated. the Contractor shall supply the materials used and shall be responsible for their correct positions and installation.2. The connections shall be compatible with the tube materials.2. for metal springs the outside diameter should be at least 75% of operating height.1 Text and numbers in square brackets [ ] are NES standard references 2 2. SPRING HANGERS: Provide spring hangers that allow the lower hanger rod to move laterally at least 15 .2 2.2 2.

13.2.16. Provide bolt holes to allow fixing. Provide bolt holes to allow fixing. 2. on resilient base pad.2.8.2 Protect the metal from corrosion by painting and fix friction pads to top and bottom.1 Provide horizontally restrained spring mountings comprising high strength low stress helical spring capped with steel pressure plate.1 Provide purpose built inertia bases constructed using welded steel frame formwork containing concrete reinforced with 12mm minimum diameter bars at 100mm maximum centres.10. 2.1 Provide turret compression mountings fabricated from neoprene between two steel plates. Construct hanger box from steel (minimum thickness 1.1 2.14. synthetic rubber between two steel Protect the metal from corrosion by painting and fix friction pads to top and bottom.6mm) complete with holes for installing across connection.2. Protect metal from corrosion.15.8 2.16 CONCRETE/STEEL FORMWORK INERTIA BASES: 2. 2.2.2.2.9.10 NEOPRENE TURRET COMPRESSION MOUNTINGS: 2.17 WELDED STEEL FRAME INERTIA BASES: WSA/D001273 Rev A/2002 15072/4 Vibration Attenuation .6mm) complete with hole for suspension rod and enlarged lower hole for drop rod to equipment.13 SYNTHETIC RUBBER HANGERS.1 Provide spring compression hangers comprising high strength low stress helical spring capped with steel pressure plate.1 2.2. 2.2.2.15 HORIZONTALLY RESTRAINED SPRING MOUNTINGS: 2.12.2. Supply complete with levelling screw. Mount spring on predrilled base plate for bolting down and protect against corrosion.2. 2.2. 2.2. In addition supply synthetic rubber or neoprene snubber as a horizontal buffer.2.2. SPRING COMPRESSION: 2.6mm) complete with hole for suspension rod and enlarged lower hole for drop rod to equipment. on resilient base pad.2.9 2.1 Provide captive spring mountings comprising high strength low stress helical spring designed to achieve horizontal and vertical snubbing.11. mounted within hanger box. Construct hanger box from steel (minimum thickness 1. 2.2.2.2. 2.13. and enclosed with cap. TURRET COMPRESSION: 2.10.14 HANGERS. mounted on pre.2. 2.2 Construct hanger box from steel (minimum thickness 1.11 SPRING COMPRESSION MOUNTINGS: 2. 2.9. 35mm above the bottom of the base.drilled base for bolting down.1 Provide turret compression hangers fabricated from synthetic rubber incorporated with hanger box. on resilient base pad.2.2.2.1 Provide spring compression mountings comprising high strength low stress h elical spring capped with steel pressure plate.2 PAD MOUNTINGS: Provide pad mountings manufactured from composite synthetic rubber. and mounted on spring compression mountings.12 CAPTIVE SPRING MOUNTINGS: 2. mounted within hanger box. SYNTHETIC RUBBER TURRET COMPRESSION MOUNTINGS: Provide turret compression mountings fabricated from plates.

completely identified in accordance with shop and certified drawings prepared for this work.17. Any drains shall be made using a special vibration isolated floor drains.18.2m from the edge of the plant with a 100m dense concrete floating floor slab within the curb.1. 2.4 3.1 EXECUTION EXAMINATION Verify site conditions under provisions of Section 01400.2.18 VIBRATION ISOLATION HOSES: 2.19 RUBBER MATTING PIPEWORK NOISE VIBRATION ISOLATION: 2.1 3. examine all parts of the adjoining work into which applicable work is to be placed.3 3.4. Should any conditions be found which will prevent the proper 15072/5 Vibration Attenuation 3.20 FLOATING FLOORS 2.1 3.20.1 WSA/D001273 Rev A/2002 . FABRICATION Follow manufacturers recommendation for inertia bases and floating floors. 2.1 Provide flexible hose couplings for connecting pipework comprising nylon fabric or steel mesh carcass with waterproof cover and internal lining of material to suit fluid conveyed.2 3. 2.2.1 3.5. properly protected from the weather and construction activities. Store in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.2. The floating floor slab shall be resiliently mounted on a composite acoustic mat such as the Model RIM made by Kinetics.2.19. 2.20.2.2.2.2. above ground.2 The floating floor system shall comprise of a concrete curb which is at least 1.2 3. INSTALLATION Before beginning installation in any area. Before ordering any materials / commencing work verify that building structure associated with the system is within tolerance and take full account of shape configuration and material properties of the structure.1.1 Incorporate within pipework support ring purpose made isolators manufactured from rubber matting. PREPARATION Following manufacturers written recommendations. temperatures and pressures indicated.2. Perimeter isolation shall be 20mm thick resilient material as recommended by the manufacturer.1 3.2.2.5 3. HANDLING AND STORAGE Deliver component parts to site.3 Any services breaches in the floor shall be via upstand curbs with resilient edge detail or by placing resilient material around the service to the manufacturers detail. 3 3.20.3.1 Provide floating floors beneath all items of dynamic plant and equipment that are sited on suspended floor slabs and the area below is one of the following: 1) 2) 3) Guestroom Front of House Area Office 2.1 Provide purpose built inertia bases constructed using welded steel frame mounted on spring compression mountings.

5.1 3.7.1 3.2 3. PROTECTION OF FINISHED WORK Protect work under provisions of Section 01710.4 3.5 3.5. END OF SECTION WSA/D001273 Rev A/2002 15072/6 Vibration Attenuation .6.5.4.1 GENERAL: Install vibration isolation equipment and carry out levelling of equipment in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.1 3.3.1 3. installation shall not proceed in that area until such conditions are corrected by the contractor. HORIZONTALLY RESTRAINED SPRING MOUNTINGS: Ensure snubbers for limiting excessive movement are installed out of contact during normal operation. SCHEDULE This schedule is intended to be used as a helpful indication of work within this section.1 3. FIXING: Fix down vibration isolation mountings only where indicated. It is not necessarily comprehensive or complete and it is the Contractor's responsibility to ascertain and complete the full works intended and as shown within the drawings.3 3.2. 3.Quality Control.2 3.5.1 3. CAST IN SITU BASES: Ensure bases are cast to achieve design static deflection.5.9.Cleaning installed work. CLEANING Section 01710 . FIELD QUALITY CONTROL Provide field quality control under provisions of Section 01400 .5.5.1 3.7 3.5. specification and Contract or thereby implied. Remove labels after Work is complete.8.5.9 3.7.execution of the work.8 3.6 3.