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SPECIFICATION

AIR CONDITIONING SPECIFICATION

INDEX

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PART D
1 General 2
1.1 Program 3
1.2 Quality of equipment & material 3
1.3 Instruction for operation and maintenance routine 4
1.4 Painting, Tag & Name plate 4
1.5 Drawing, Submittal, Instruction & Sample 4
1.6 Operation and Maintenance Manual 6
1.7 Storage of Material & Equipment 7
1.8 Test Certificate 7
1.9 Test at Site 7
1.10 Test on Completion 8
1.11 Warranty 9
2 Split Unit 10
3 List of Approved Manufacture 13

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AIR-CONDITIONING VENTILATION SYSTEM


HVAC
PART D
1. GENERAL

The work covered under this section shall include all the supply, installation, testing and
delivery in good operating condition of complete ventilating and Air conditioning system as
describe, shown or implied in the tender documents of the project.

Contractor shall provide all necessary components and accessories as well as man power,
scaffolding, testing facilities etc at his own expenses to execute complete operable system.

Work shall be performed in stick in accordance with the applicable requirements of the New
KAHRAMMA REGULATION, QS 2663 2015, Qatar Standard Specification latest editions, Local
standard and other International Standard as noted below:

ANSI American National Standard Institute

ARI Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute

ASHRAE American Society of Heating Refrigeration Air-conditioning Engineering

ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineer

ASTM American Society of Testing and Material

AWS American Welding Society

AWWA American Water Works Association

AMCA American Moving and Control Association

NEC National Electrical Code

UL Underwriters Laboratory

SMACNA Sheet Metal and Air-conditioning Contractors National Association

QCS Qatar Constriction Standard

NFPA National Fire Protection Association

QSAS Qatar Sustainability Assessment System

KAHRAMMA Regulation for the Installation of Electrical Wiring, Electrical Equipment and Air-
conditioning Equipment

BS British Standard

Completely coordinate with work of all other trades

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Drawing are diagrammatic and indicate general arrangement of the systems and the equipment
expect when specifically dimensioned or detailed.
For exact location of the building elements refer to dimensioned architecture/structural
drawings.
Piping & duct work plan are intended to show size, approximately location direction general
relationship of one work phase to another
The submitted drawings are assumed to represent a complete detailed and coordinated design.
Contractor shall be responsible for providing a complete installation, coordination with other
trades and coordination with field coordination.
The contractor shall install equipment, ducts, conduit and piping in a workmanlike manner to
present a neat appearance and function to properly to the satisfaction of the engineer. Air
conditioning ducts & pipes shall be installed parallel and perpendicular to the building plans. All
piping and duct shall be concealed in chases, behind furring, or above the false ceiling, expect
in unfurnished areas. All exposed system shall be installed neatly and be grouped to present a
neat appurtenance.
All gauge, thermometer etc shall be installed in such a way to facilitate easy observance.
All equipment and apparatus, which requires maintenance, adjustment or eventual replacement
shall be installed making due to allowance access.
The contractor shall replace all work not performed to the satisfaction of the engineer without
extra cost and to the standard required by the Engineer. This applies to any item that is found
to be defective in service during the maintenance period, or extended maintenance period as
appreciate.
Equipment shall confirm to the requirements of the project documentation and reference
standard.
1.1 PROGRAM
Immediately on receipt of an order the Contractor shall prepare a programme detailing the
services and sequence of installation.

Approval of programme by the Engineer or Client shall not relieve the Contractor from his
obligations to execute and complete the works in conformity with the directions and
requirements of the Engineer.

1.2 QUALITY OF EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL

All equipment and materials shall be brand new, of a quality accepted by the Engineer and
presenting no dent, damage or breakage during transportation or installation. All metal parts
shall be protected on site from rust, corrosion and dirt by properly storing, packing and
covering. All rusted parts of metal, subject to the Engineer's approval shall be cleaned of
corrosion products and given two coats of anti-rust paint before installation.

1.3 INSTRUCTION FOR OPERATION AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE


The Contractor shall provide written instructions both in Arabic and English languages as to
the method of operation of equipment and the routine maintenance works (cleaning of air
filters etc.). Six copies of such instructions shall be handed over to the Engineer.

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1.4 PAINTING , TAG AND NAME PLATES


All steel works in connection with supports for pipes, cable trays etc., exposed to the
elements are to be painted with two coats of an approved rust preventive paint, preferably
zinc rich primer and two coats of enamel paint of grey color or as approved by the Engineer.

All exposed metal surfaces of refrigeration and electrical apparatus, motors, guards, insulated
pipe work etc., must be painted with one coat of under-coat and two coats of enamel paint
finish to approve color. Identification bands, color codes (refer BS 1710: 1975) and directional
flow arrows shall be painted on piping or insulation at frequent intervals indicating the unit
services and the fluid conveyed. Lettering shall be in English

All power supply switches shall be tagged identifying the area served, the capacity of
switching and equipment they feed. Same identification must appear on the wiring diagram
submitted with the operating instructions. All wires shall bear identification numbered tags
corresponding to the same wiring diagram mentioned above.

1.5 DRAWINGS, SUBMITALS INSTRUCTIONSAND SAMPLES

GENERAL

All drawings and material submissions, other information and samples must be supplied to the
Engineer as laid down in the specifications and as and when agreed during the site meetings,
in the progress chart or as instructed by the Engineer.

SUBMITALS AND ENGINEER APPROVALS


The Contractor shall submit for approval a detailed information data for all the equipment he
proposes to install. Such submittals shall contain the following information:

i. Model number
ii. Name of manufacturer and country of origin
iii. Manufacturer's data showing the capacity of equipment, physical dimensions, list of all
components and their characteristics.

The Engineer shall check, if he so requires, all parts of installation and materials. Any part
rejected shall be immediately dismantled, removed from site and replaced or repaired to
conform to the specifications and to the full satisfaction of the Engineer. Any part requiring
realignment or repositioning in co-ordination with the decoration, false ceilings, carpentry or
finishing works as required by the Engineer shall be carried out without delay.

Any interim approval given by the Engineer does not relieve the Contractor of his obligations
under this contract

SHOP DRAWING PREPARED BY CONTRACTOR

The Contractor shall prepare and submit for approval, detailed shop drawings for all equipment
or distribution services described herein. Such drawings shall indicate

All civil works, openings, bases, position of sleeves etc.


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The physical dimensions of the equipment


The sizes of foundation base wherever required.
Location of center bolts to base.
Position of controls & connections etc
Detailed wiring diagram of all electrical systems consisting of control wiring diagram for
various controls, instruments, sensors, step controllers etc., and their connections, power
wiring diagram from isolator / control panel in various equipment etc., as detailed elsewhere
in the specification.
Detail piping connection in double line with position of valves, controls, instruments and
fittings.
Isometric piping for the complete piping layout (refrigerant).
Co-ordinate drawings with all other services, structure space frame and finishes or any other
drawing found necessary or requested by the Engineer for co-ordination of works.

The work described on any shop drawing submitted shall be properly checked by the
Contractor for all clearance, field conditions, maintenance space and proper co-ordination.
Equipment layout is to be detailed on drawings showing the exact method of installing and
clearly illustrating components to be used in making all connections.

The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer, shop drawings of all sheet metal ductwork and
pipe work for approval before work is fabricated and installed..

All general layout drawings are to be drawn in 1: 50 scale. Details of hangers, method of
fixing of pipes and equipment connection detailed, sections of pipes, and risers and are to be
drawn in 1: 10 scale.
In case the Contractor fails to produce the shop drawings and coordinated shop drawings in
accordance with the specified/agreed time schedule, the Engineer reserves the right to
engage an outside agency to undertake this work and debit the entire cost to the Contractor's
account.

At all places where multiple services cross over, the Contractor shall submit specific details
on the drawings of all services on a larger scale, which should be thoroughly checked by the
A.C. Contractor for their location, clearances, method of fixing etc., before submitting to the
Engineer for approval.

The Contractor shall prepare drawings and schedules showing precise details of holes in
concrete, masonry etc., and necessary wooden frames required for passage of ducts, pipes
and fittings of grilles, registers, diffusers, louvers, plant, plant supports etc. Drawings and
schedules approved by the Engineer must be available before any structural work requiring
holes or other modification is constructed. This schedule is to be submitted in a form to be
agreed with the Engineer.

All drawings prepared by the Contractor shall be submitted in the form of three sets of blue
prints to the Engineer for approval, who in turn, after making his comments will return one set
of the same to the Contractor for necessary revisions if any. Thereafter the Contractor shall
submit five sets of blue prints for the Engineer's final approval. Once the drawings are finally
approved, the Contractor shall submit in reproducible copy negative for Engineer's signature
and the same shall be kept on site for execution.

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It is the Contractor's responsibility to co-ordinate all grilles, equipment, pipes, light fittings,
false ceiling layout and other services to allow a completely symmetrical installation.

The Contractor shall supply to the Engineer a set of 'As-installed' drawings showing the
works 'As-installed' together with any other information necessary for operation and
maintenance. Six copies of each such drawing shall be supplied. In addition, two sets of copy
negatives for each drawing shall be handed over to the Client.

1.6 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

The contractor shall finish manual for the various system as required by the contract
documents. The manual for each piece of equipment shall be separate document with following
specified requirements:

1. Content
a) Table of content and index
b) Brief description of each system and equipments
c) Starting and Stopping procedure
d) Special operating instructions.
e) Routine maintenance procedure
f) Schedule of periodic servicing.
g) Manufactures printed operating and maintenance instructions, parts, list, illustration and
diagrams.
h) One copy of each wiring diagram
i) One approved copy of each shop drawing and each contractors coordination and
layout drawing.
j) List of spare parts, manufactures price and recommendation quantity.
Submittals to the Owner:
Two preliminary copies of manual shall be submitted no later than the date of shipment of
equipment and installation shall not begin until there are accepted by the Owner. Four final
copies of complete manual shall be delivered to the Owner prior to Engineers tests.

1.7 STORAGE OF MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT


All materials and equipment must be stored properly so as to prevent damage, corrosion,
deterioration or dirt penetration.

1.8 TEST CERTIFICATE

The Contractor shall supply all the Test certificates in original to the Engineer at the time of
handing over the project

1.9 TEST AT SITE

The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer, one month prior to the date of commencement
of the tests, six (6) copies of the complete test procedures to be used. The procedure,
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method of calculation etc., shall be approved by the Engineer before any test is carried out.
Six (6) copies of the test results shall be furnished to the Engineer for his approval.

The Contractor shall supply skilled staff and all necessary instruments and carry out tests of
any kind on a piece of equipment, apparatus, part of system or a complete system if the
Consultant requests such a test, for determining specified or guaranteed data as given in the
specifications or in the schedule of equipment filled in by the Contractor.

Any damage resulting from the tests shall be repaired and/or damaged material replaced, all
to the satisfaction of the Engineer. In the event of any repair or adjustment required to be
made, other than the normal running adjustment, the tests shall be void and shall be
recommended after the adjustments or repairs have been completed. The tests shall not be
void due to circumstances beyond the Contractor's control.

All testing, balancing and final adjustment shall be in accordance with the provision of the
applicable 'ASHRAE' standards.

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
All electrical equipment shall be cleaned and tested on site before application of power as
mentioned below:

Wire and cable tests

Insulation resistance test, phase to phase and phase to earth on all circuits and equipment's
using a 500 volt megger. The insulation resistance shall not be less than one (1) meg.ohm.

Earth resistance between conduit system and earth must not exceed five (5) ohms.

Phasing out and phase rotation tests.

Operating tests on all protective relays to prove their correct operation before energizing the
main equipment.

Operating tests on all starters, circuit breakers etc.

Any other test required as per Kahra-maa regulations

1.10 TEST ON COMPLETION


After finishing the above tests and adjustments, the Contractor shall be responsible for
running a reliability trial test for the whole plant installed. The whole of the trial of the plant
shall take place during the appropriate seasons when design conditions are met or
approximated. The trial shall take place at any reasonable time subject to the approval of the
Engineer. The trial shall last for a period of thirty one (31) consecutive days during which time
the whole of the plant shall operate continuously without readjustments or repair to the
satisfaction of the Engineer.

During the reliability trial test, performance tests shall be conducted on the refrigerating and

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air conditioning equipment. The test data shall not deviate by more than three percent from
the guaranteed capacity data. Temperature readings shall be taken for the entering and
leaving air of each air handling unit. Should any part of the apparatus or system fail to meet
with the specification requirements, it shall be adjusted, repaired or replaced to the
satisfaction of the Engineer. The complete performance test shall then be repeated. The date
of commencement of the above said tests shall be subject to agreement with the Engineer.
As soon as all tests prescribed in this clause are carried out satisfactorily in the opinion of the
Engineer, a formal letter of completion shall be drawn up in three (3) copies and signed by
the Engineer.

During the maintenance period, the Contractor shall demonstrate that all equipment and
apparatus fulfill the requirements of the specifications and he shall operate all fans,
refrigeration and air conditioning equipment for a sufficient time to adjust all dampers,
thermostats and controls and shall provide the Engineer with a complete log and report
indicating air quantities, fan speed etc., throughout each of the various systems for the
operating seasons.

MAINTENANCE TEST
During 400 days maintenance period, the operation and day to day routine maintenance of
the plant and equipment shall be carried out by the owner's staff whereas the defects / failure
in the plant and equipment not as a result of inadequate maintenance, shall be part of the
Contractor's responsibility and shall be rectified free of cost by the Contractor. After testing
and commissioning, first set of filters for all AHUs and FCUs shall be provided by the
Contractor.

During the last month of the Maintenance period, the Contractor shall demonstrate to the
Engineer that all equipment and systems are operating according to the capacities and the
manner set down in the specifications. On completion of these tests, the Engineer shall issue
a formal letter of acceptance for the equipment and system or parts of the system
satisfactorily tested and approved.

The Maintenance Certificate will not be issued to the Contractor by the Engineer until all plant
has received the above mentioned letter of acceptance and/or unless a bank guarantee is
provided by the Contractor for the performance of that part of the plant and equipment not
formally tested and accepted.

1.11 WARRANTY

All warranty for the equipment supplier will be vested in the Owner regardless for equipment
supplier will be vested in the Owner regardless of whether the contractor who sullied the
equipment is still associated with the project or not.
The warrantees period should be one year for all equipments. Warranty will be full warranty
and include all overhead, profit, incidental charges and sundries.

Where damage is caused to any other item by any failure of the item warranted than the
warranty shall also include the cost incurred in rectify the damage

1.12 GUARANTY
The guaranty of compressor shall be minimum of five years.

2. SPLIT UNIT (WALL MOUNTED)

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The plant required shall consist of air cooled split type air conditioning unit of wall mounted
type. The unit shall be composed of an indoor unit with refrigerant circuit and an air cooled
outdoor unit for application with R.410 A refrigerant.
INDOOR UNIT
The indoor wall mounted type A.C. unit shall comprise of an evaporator, evaporator fan, fan
motor, air filter, liquid and gas inlets, strainer/drier, controls, internal wiring and piping all
housed in a decorative sheet steel cabinet with baked resin paint. The cabinet interior shall
be fully insulated to prevent sweating and to muffle the sound.

The evaporator coils shall be the multi-pass, cross-finned tube type, equipped with aluminum
plate fins, mechanically bonded to seamless oxygen free copper tubes. The fins shall be
spaced at not more than 16 fins per 25.4 mm. The coil shall be cleaned, dehydrated and
tested for leakage at the factory.

The evaporator fan shall be forward curved, centrifugal type, statically and dynamically
balanced and directly driven by the motor. The fan motor shall be permanently lubricated. The
evaporator fan must be selected to operate quietly with no overloading of fan motors.

The air filter shall be washable type, long life as per manufacturer's standard. The panels
should be easily removable to provide access for servicing.

The refrigerant circuit shall have one shot coupling for liquid and gas inlets, a strainer, a
capillary tube and an evaporator coil.

OUT DOOR UNIT


The outdoor unit shall comprise of air cooled condenser, condenser fan and fan motor, suction
and discharge outlets, liquid line shut-off valves and necessary safety controls such as crank-
case heater, solid state motor protector, anti-recycling control etc., all as per manufacturer's
standard. The outdoor unit shall be factory assembled, piped internally, pre-wired, charged with
R.410 refrigerant or equal approve and shall be designed to operate at outdoor ambient
temperatures as high as 50C
The cabinet shall be constructed of steel, finished with baked synthetic resin paint. The fan
guard wire net shall be mounted on top or side of the unit and shall be adequately protected
against corrosion.

The unit shall contain a hermetic multi-cylinder reciprocating / rotary compressor from the
same manufacturer. The hermetic compressor shall be welded shell type and spring
suspended internally. The compressor shall be protected against breakdown by the mercury
over current relay, pressure switch and an in-built internal thermostat.

The condenser coil shall be the multi-pass, cross-finned type, equipped with aluminum plate
fins (max. 14 fins per 25.4 mm) mechanically bonded to seamless oxygen free copper tubes.
The coil shall be cleaned, dehydrated and tested for leakage at the factory. The condenser
fan shall be propeller type with aluminum / PVC blades, statically and dynamically balanced
and driven directly by the motor for up flow or horizontal air discharge. The motor shall be
permanently lubricated and shall be protected from water invasion. The refrigerant circuit
shall be composed of a gas inlet, one shot coupling, a condenser coil and a liquid outlet one
shot coupling.

UNIT CONTROL
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The indoor unit shall be equipped with an operation switch, fan speed selector switch and a
thermostat mounted on the remote control switch for wall mounted units. The operation switch
shall have the function of OFF-FAN-COOL. The operation control shall conform to manual
starting, automatic continuous operation whenever the thermostat requires and protection
devices allow. The unit shall be restarted by resetting the operation switch if any one of the
protection devices trips
PROTECTION DEVICE
The magnetic switch box incorporated in the outdoor or indoor unit shall contain magnetic
contactor for all motors, including condenser fan motor, over current relays and auxiliary
relays.

NOISE LEVEL AND SOUND ISOLATION FOR SPLIT UNIT


Noise level inside the conditioned area resulting from the unit shall not exceed 50 dbA (NC
45) at low speed and 55 dbA (NC 50) at high speed when measured at one meter distance in
a room with normal occupancy and furnishing.

All the running equipment's shall be isolated from the building structure and the support
isolated from other items of equipment. All the units shall have anti-vibration mountings of
approved make and shall be as described elsewhere.

ELECTRICAL WORK
The electrical works shall include the following:

Provide all power and control wiring from isolator to outdoor unit, from outdoor unit to indoor
D.P. switch, from D.P. switch to indoor unit and the control panel.

Provide earthling for A.C. equipment as per Kahra-maa regulations.

All electrical works shall be carried out in conformity with the current I.E.E. and Kahra-maa
regulations.

REFRIGERANT PIPES
Refrigerant pipework between the condensing unit and indoor unit shall be installed as per
applicable ASHRAE standards and to the satisfaction of the Engineer

Refrigerant quality seamless cold drawn copper piping shall be used. Silver brazing alloy
shall be used for making joints. The pipework will be run as indicated on the drawings and as
per instructions. All necessary unions, flanged valves or fittings should be provided for
disconnecting.

In case the refrigerant piping is fabricated at site, the system shall be pressure tested with
nitrogen to at least 1 times the working pressure for leaks, vacuum dried and then charged
with refrigerant in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.

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Factory supplied, pre insulated, precharged refrigerant piping kit may be used for the split unit
of smaller capacity (unto 2.5 TR nominal). But this refrigerant piping shall be additionally
wrapped with glass cloth and finished with two coats of vapor barrier compound.

THERMAL INSULATION OF PIPE


The thermal insulation shall be non-corrosive to the metal, water repellent and fire resistant.

Refrigerant suction lines and liquid lines (wherever required) shall be insulated with 19 mm
thick foam rubber insulation. The insulation materials shall be submitted to the Engineer for
approval prior to ordering.

All pipe surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned and treated with approved corrosion inhibitor
before applying insulation.
The pipe insulation shall be stuck to the pipework with an approved adhesive. The insulation
shall be applied to the pipes with longitudinal joints staggered; laps and sealing strips shall be
sealed applying adhesive on circumferential joints.

Insulation shall be covered externally with 200 gm/sq.m. quality glass cloth and painted with
two coats of approved weather proofing compound forming minimum thickness of 1 mm as
per Kahra-maa regulations.

PIPE SUPPORTS
All refrigerant piping shall be supported to prevent deflection, buckling and vibration.

Piping shall be supported at all changes in direction and at intervals of not more than 1.5
meters on straight runs. Pipe supports and clamps shall be subject to approval of the
Engineer.

Pipework on roof shall be supported on off-set clamps, floor or rocker stands. The pipe
support stands shall be bolted to the concrete slab/base.

Condensate drain pipe supports shall be capable of vertical adjustment after installation of
piping.

All pipework passing through the walls, floors and roof slabs shall be provided with pipe
sleeves of adequate size to allow the passage of insulation.

VIBRATION ISOLATOR
All plant shall be isolated from the building structure and the supports isolated from other
items of equipment.

The chillers shall be provided with suitable anti-vibration mountings. The anti-vibration
mountings shall be installed in accordance with the maker's recommendations and the
Mechanical Contractor shall ensure that the performance and type of isolator is suitable for
the machinery to be installed.

The air handling units and chilled water pumps shall have anti-vibration mountings in the
following form:

Multi-layer rubber pads with square grid convolutions on both sides, spaced with steel shims

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and of a thickness to suit the points of uniform loading of the plant item, but of a minimum
thickness of 32 mm spaced not more than 750 to 1000 mm apart.

The condensing unit of split unit shall also have similar A.V. pads as described above.
However, the thickness shall be 10 mm
CONDENSATE DRAIN PIPE
Condensate drains shall be provided in copper pipes to BS 2871 Part 1 Table 'X' above ground
and in UPVC to BS 5255 for vertical drops buried in the walls, in floors or below ground and
shall be adequately supported along their length. All condensate drains shall be fitted with 75
mm deep trap with dirt pocket and removable plug provided and extended to the nearest
drains/soak ways as shown on the drawings. Removable plugs shall be provided at every
change in direction to allow rodding access
All surface mounted condensate drains within the building shall be insulated with 10 mm thick
rubber foam and weather proofed to the satisfaction of the Engineer. All exposed pipes external
to the building shall be painted with two coats of paint matching with the building color.

LIST OF APPROVED MANUFACTURE

Product Manufacture Country


Split Unit Missubishi Japan
York
Natioanl USA
Trane USA
Carrier Canada
Dakin Japan
Toshiba Japan
Petra USA
General

Refrigerant Pipe Insulation Kimmco Kuwait


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Arma cell Germany


Armaflex KSA

Self-Adhesive Aluminum Foster USA


Foil Tape Idenden UK

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