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22 0000 - PLUMBING DESIGN CRITERIA

A. Domestic Cold Water System

1. Domestic cold water system shall be based on a maximum velocity of 6 feet per second and a

minimum allowable pressure loss of 1 psi per 100 feet.

2. Minimum pressure to the most remote fixture or equipment shall be}B'psi (Caltech to confirm).

3. Minimum pipe size shall be %"."

4. Minimum fixture connection size shall 1,".

B. Domestic Hot Water System

1. Domestic hot water system shall be based on a maximum velocity of 6 feet per second and a

minimum allowable pressure of 1 psi per 100 feet.

2. Minimum pressure to the most remote fixture shall psi (Caltech to confirm).

3. Minimum pipe size shall be %".

4. Minimum fixture connection size shall be W'.

5. Maximum hot water temperature drop for recirculating system shall be 5°F.

6. Maximum hot water recirculation rate shall be 5 GPM.

C. Sanitary Waste and Vent System

1. The building sanitary waste and vent shall be sized based on California Plumbing Code, Chapter 7, Table 7-3 and Table 7-5.

2. Horizontal drainage piping shall have a minimum slope of 2%. 1% slope could be use for pipe sizes 4" and above upon approval of Caltech.

D. Storm Drainage System

1. Roof drainage system shall be sized based on California Plumbing Code, Chapter 11, Tables 11-1 and Table 11-2.

2. Overflow drains shall be provided for all flat roofs and shall be sized based on the above tables.

Overflow drains shall spill at face of curb or at face of building at (+/ -) 6" above finish grade.

3. Sizes shall be based on 2"/hour rainfall intensity (Caltech to confirm).

E. Natural Gas System

1. Natural gas systems will be used for major mechanical equipments, kitchen use and laundry, and shall be sized based on the 2001 Edition of California Plumbing Code, Chapter 12, Table 12-3.

2. An 8" water column pressure shall be used. Medium pressure gas will be requested upon determination of the total mechanical and plumbing connected loads.

F. Fuel Oil Systems

1. Fuel oil system will be provided for the emergency generator. Size and capacity will be determined based on the number of hours and number of days fuel oil needs to be stored as dictated by electrical requirements. See Section 26-3213

G. Special Systems

1. Compressed Air System

2. Vacuum Systems

3. Oxygen Systems

4. Laboratory Air

5. Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water Systems

6. De-Ionized (DI) Water Systems

7. Soft Water (SW) Systems

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22 0700 - PLUMBING INSULATION & IDENTIFICATION

A. Plumbing Insulation

1. For piping exposed to weather: Materials: ASTM B209 aluminum jacketing, 0.016" thick ASJ (all weather service) and internally bounded vapor barrier over the entire surface in contact with the insulation.

a. Thickness: Minimum 0.016 inch sheet

b. Finish: Embossed

c. Joining: Longitudinal slip joints and 2 inch laps

d. Fittings: 0.016 inch thick die shaped fitting covers with factory attached protective liner.

e. Metal jacket bands: 3/8 inch wide; 0.015 inch thick aluminum or 0.010 inch thick stainless

steel.

2. Treatment subject to deterioration due to moisture or humidity is not acceptable.

3. Where piping is concealed and not subject to damage, jacketing will not be required.

4. Schedules

a Pipe Insulation Schedule

INSULATION THICKNESS FOR
TEMP. NOMINAL PIPE SIZES (INCH.)
INSULATION
SYSTEM RANGE MATERIAL 1" 11;4" 2Y2" 5"
(DEG. F) AND TO TO TO 6" &
LESS 2" 4" 6" UP
Cold Watertexpo§eQlo-~- ·~~·1J.(Tto··60·-·· "_'" -GIQsed.Ce.l1 .... ~. .~,.1.9.:,.":_ .-. LQ .... ...... J .. 'O' ... ·--1.,0 1.0
atmosphere or surface .. ,-,,_, ~ .. ~ .. ~~ - -~--
"-~'.'-'""=,~.~=. - _- ~~~-~~~ ~ .- =,,-~.--~-"'
condensation)
Hot Water Supply Up to 200 Glass Fiber 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5
Hot Water Return Up to 200 Glass Fiber 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5
(f.~ ,
Hot Condensate Drain Up to 200 Glass Fiber 'e",..~ 0;5<' o;;g:.- -e-s,
b, Pi e Valve and Fittin Cover Schedule \ ,j ot.~ s , I') \. t,::;, (. 0 ! " \ .. --'~ p,

g

LOCATION PROTECTIVE NOTES
JACKET
Concealed in ceiling voids None
Mechanical rooms PVC
Inaccessible shafts None
Accessible shafts PVC Exposed to outdoors and within Aluminum (see above) manholes

B. Plumbing Identification

1, Identify with symbol identification and color-code all piping, Provide directional alTOWS on circulating systems separate from and adjacent to each identification. Identification shall conform to ANSI A131.1-1981, Scheme ofIdentification of Piping Systems (OSHA).

2, Submit one 8-112 inch by 11 inch sample of each color for review prior to installation.

3. Piping identification shall be as manufactured by Seton Nameplate Corporation, "Setmark" system, pre-coiled wrap-around labels.

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4. Piping identification shall be 2 inch letter size for pipe or insulation 3 inches or larger; and I inch letter size for pipe or insulation 2-112 inches or smaller.

5. All piping exposed or concealed in shafts or above ceilings shall be identified with markers at distance not to exceed l<t,-Q" O.C. and shall include arrows showing the direction of the flow. 't;

6. Underground Plastic Pi~ Markers: Bright colored continuously printed plastic ribbon tape, minimum 6 inches wide by 4 mil thick, manufactured for direct burial service.

7. The following is the schedule for plumbing piping identification:

Drawing Symbol Service & Symbol on Marker Color Color of Letter
Marker
A Compressed Air Yellow Black
AW&AV Acid Waste & Acid Vent Yellow Black
DCWS Domestic Cold Water Green Black
Supply
.DG~R n r"lA W"tf'T " Hlack
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DHWS Domestic Hot Water Yellow Black
Supply
DHWR Domestic Hot Water Yellow Black
Return
DI De-ionized Water Green Black
F Fire Water Red White
G Lab Specialty Gases Orange Black
ICW Industrial Cold Water Green Black
NG Natural Gas Yellow Black
SD&OD Storm Water Green Black
VA Vacuum Yellow Black
V Sanitary Vent Yellow Black
W Sanitary Waste Yellow Black PLUMBING INSULATION & IDENTIFICA TlON

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22 1116 - DOMESTIC WATER PIPING

A. General

1. Connect the building to a buried campus water main for normal service. Provide meter, vault, and line-sized, valved by-pass, and backflow devices. Meter registers should read in cubic feet.

2. Coordinate point-of-connection to the Campus water main and coordinate with Facilities Management

3. Minimum cover of pipes from fmish grade shall be 36".

4. Provide stand-by water connection from a near-by City main, with provisions for temporary meter to be placed when needed.

B. Pipes And Pipe Fittings

1. Domestic Water

a. Domestic Water Exterior & Inside Building, below grade

1) Pipes to 5 feet outside the building shall be Type K soft temper copper, ASTM 88.

2) Joints shall be solder type with "sil-fos", or flared type.

3) Fittings shall be wrought copper solder joints, ANSI B 16.22 or brass flared fittings, ANSI B16.26.

b. Above-grade Hot and Cold Potable Water Piping and Industrial Water-Piping:

1) Seamless copper tubing, Type L, cold drawn, hot temper, ASTM B-88.

2) Exposed to view at plumbing fixtures and finished equipment, satin finish CP brass pipe with threaded cast bronze fittings.

3) Fittings: Wrought copper solder sweat type, ANSI B16.22 or brass castings, ANSI B16.18.

2. De-ionized Water Piping

a. Shall be Polypropylene System as manufactured by "George Fisher" Beta Metric Line with fused joint and fitting connections.

C. Execution

1. Domestic Water Piping:

a. Underground Service Mains:

1) Install concrete anchor blocks or tie-rods on all underground lines at all tees and elbows to prevent movement when under pressure. Do not use retainer glands. All tie-rods, clamps, brackets, and bolts shall be galvanized. In addition, coat with heavy duty bituminastic material.

b. Above-Ground Piping:

1) Run mains as indicated on the Drawings, at evenly pitched 1 inch in 50 feet.

2) Make allowance for expansion in the installation of all piping so that the usual variation in temperature will not cause stress at any point. Securely anchor where necessary to distribute expansion stresses.

3) Arrange system for complete drainage with 314-inch hose valves at low points.

4) Anchor all lines and risers as necessary to prevent noise or vibration when water is turned on or off.

5) Separately valve each branch and riser. Make all such valves accessible with approved type panels.

6) Balance, vent, and adjust piping to provide circulation to all fixtures and to prevent water hammer.

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22 1119 - DOMESTIC WATER PIPING SPECIALTIES

A. Hose Bibs

1. Hose bibs shall be exposed type for mild climate, with anti-siphon vacuum breaker and anticontamination wall faucet, brass finish and with cast iron wheel handle. Vacuum breaker to be certified to ASSE Standard 1011 and as listed by IAPMO.

2. Unit to be similar to MIFAB MHY-90 and shall be a minimum of%".

B. Water Hammer Arrestors:

1. Water hammer arresters shall be properly sized and located as per recommendations of Plumbing and Draining Institute (PDI) Standard PDI-EH 201.

2. Water hammer arresters shall comply with ASTM B88, and Type "K" hard drawn copper body, brass piston and threaded connector. Seal lubricant to be Federal Food and Drug Administration approved for use in potable water systems.

3. Normal operating pressure is 35 to 250 psig with a maximum surge pressure not to exceed 1500 psig. Arrestor to be fully guaranteed for the entire system life.

4. Shall be installed on all fixtures with quick closing valves and all valves which close with flow of fluid and on headers serving more than fixture.

5. Acceptable manufacturer is Precision Plumbing Products, Inc. (PPPI), no known equal.

C. Trap Primers:

1. Tramp primers shall be all brass valves with adjustment screw for high or low pressure and shall

be located at least 7" above the trap being served.

2. Tramp primers shall comply with ASSE 1018 and adjustable to lime pressure.

3. Provide trap primer distribution unit when serving more than 1 fixture.

4. Provide access panel for periodic inspection. Entire installation shall be as recommended by the manufacturer.

5. Tramp primer shall be similar to Precision Plumbing Products, Inc. (PPPI), P-I, or P-2 models.

D. Backflow Preventer:

1. Backflow preventer shall be of the reduced pressure backflow preventer type with two independent check valves with intermediate relief valve and supplied with shut-off valves and ball type test cocks.

2. Provide backflow preventer with the body size as the line being served for both the City water supply and the domestic (potable) water system against non-potable substances being forced into them, or drawn into them during times of less than atmospheric pressure in the water supply prpmg.

3. Provide backflow preventer on all domestic water services to cooling towers and other pieces of mechanical equipment requiring water.

4. Provide piped discharge relief drain piping of type DWV copper from backflow preventer to nearest approved receptor.

5. Backflow protection devices shall be approved by the City of Pasadena, installed in accordance with the California Plumbing Code and the restrictions, if any, upon which City approval is contingent.

6. Acceptable manufacturer is Watts.

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221123 - DOMESTIC WATER PUMPS

A. Circulating Pumps

1. Circulating pumps shall be for the domestic hot water systems. See Section 22 0000 for Design Criteria.

2. All parts of pump shall be bronze or stainless construction.

3. Pump shall be installed with shut-off valves and union on each side of the pump with a check valve in the pump discharge.

4. Pump shall be manufactured by Bell & Gossett, Taco, or equal.

B. Domestic Booster Pumps

1. Unit shall be a triplex system, with one pump for future, completely factory flow tested, variable speed, constant pressure water booster system.

2. Entire package shall be UL listed.

3. Pumps: End suction, close-coupled, with bronze impeller & replaceable bronze casing wear ring & single mechanical seal.

4. Motor: Open drip. Proof, NEMA standard, regreaseable ball bearings.

5. Control panel: Pre-wired & tested, NEMA I, UL listed, magnetic starters with overload protection, through the door disconnect, hand-off automatic switches, pilot lights, fused motor branches, automatic alternator to select lead. Lag positions of the main pumps. Control circuit transformer, audible & visual alarm indication & reset button. Include the future pump in the control panel.

6. Hydropneumatic tank: Vertical, ASME with FDA approved bladder, 220 gallons capacity, 125 PSIG, factory mounted and piped with ASME pressure relief valve.

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22 1316 - SANITARY WASTE AND VENT PIPING

A. Sanitary Waste and Vent

1. Below Ground:

a. Pipe & fittings: Duriron type "MJ" corrosion resisting cast iron drainage piping for all below grade piping, regardless of the waste it conveys. Duriron shall conform to ASTM A518 and A861. Pipe and fittings shall be marked with the collective trademark of the Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute.

b. Joints: Mechanical Joint consists of an inner sleeve ofPTFE, surrounded by an outer sleeve of Neoprene rubber, with the two sleeves are held in place by a 300 series stainless steel coupling. The two bolt coupling is resistant to corrosion by organic and inorganic acids and their salts. Duriron "MJ" series.

2. Above Ground:

a. Pipe & fittings: Standard weight cast iron no-hub soil pope conforming to the requirements of CIS PI Standard 310 or ASTM A74. Pipe and fittings shall be marked with the collective trademark of the Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute.

b. Joints: No-hub couplings to be type 304 stainless steel, FM Class 1, ASTM C1540 as manufactured by Husky SD4000 or Clamp-All 125, for the following areas:

1) Over food preparation centers, food serving facilities, food storage areas.

2) Sanitary piping in areas not included in the above areas:

a) CISPI stainless steel bands as manufactured by Anaco, Tyler or equal, where specified for above grade use only.

B. Sub-Surface or Foundation Drain

1. PVC pipe and fittings, perforated, Class 12454-B (PVC 1120), ASTM D2729; primer, ASTM F656; solvent cement, ASTM 2564; with polypropylene fabric filter cover.

C. Sewage Ejector and Sump Pump Discharge Piping and Fittings

1. General

a. Piping includes all discharge piping from units to a point of connection where pump discharge connects to gravity drainage line.

b. "No hub" couplings are not acceptable on any pumped discharge line.

2. Discharge Piping Above Ground:

a. Galvanized steel pipe, screwed, Schedule 40.

b. Galvanized steel pipe with grooved ends, Schedule 40.

3. Discharge Piping Below Ground:

a. Ductile iron with mechanical joints.

b. Cast iron with mechanical joints.

4. Fittings:

a. Cast iron screwed drainage fittings.

b. Victaulic "zero-flex" fittings.

c. Galvanized malleable cast iron.

d. "No-hub" type couplings prohibited.

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221319 - SANITARY WASTE PIPING SPECIALTIES

A. Drains:

1. Floor Drains:

a. General Purpose Drains (FD-1): Cast iron body, adjustable nickel bronze strainer, bottom outlet, double drainage flange with weep holes and trap primer connection.

b. Mechanical Room Drain (FD-2): Provide cast iron body with adjustable top and "safe-set" bucket with trap primer connection.

2. Floor Sinks:

a. Floor sink (Mechanical Rooms): Cast iron flanged receptor with acid resistant coated interior, nickel bronze rim and secured grate, dome bottom strainer, and trap primer connection.

b. Floor sink (Roof): Cast iron receptor with solid water dam and cast iron dome bottom strainer secured with stainless steel vandal-proof screws, and trap primer connection.

B. Fixture Carriers:

1. Wall Hung Water Closets: heavy cast iron fittings, or equal faceplate, foot support, coupling and mounting trim. Fittings shall be single or double, right or left hand as applicable. Securely bolt carrier to floor and rigidly connect to waist piping. Finished installation shall be completely selfsupporting and free of finished wall.

2. General Purpose Lavatory Carrier shall be concealed type arm carriers.

3. Urinals carrier shall be with one plate support.

C. Cleanouts:

1. Concealed or Exposed in Unfinished Area: ductile iron top assembly, cast iron bodies with anchor flange, secondary "0" ring test seal and adjustable combined access cover and plug top assembly with primary gasket seal.

2. Finished Walls: with stainless steel access cover.

3. Finished Floors: satin nickel bronze finish, cast iron bodies with anchor flange, cast iron clamp ring for water proofing membrane, secondary "0" ring test seal and adjustable combined access cover and plug top assembly with primary gasket seal.

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22 1329 - SANITARY SEWERAGE PUMPS

A. Sewage Ejectors

1. Pumps shall be submersible sewage ejectors and shall be driven by a completely sealed electrical submersible motor with length of cord as required.

2. The motor shall be designed for a Class 1, Group D, Division 1 hazardous location as defined by the National Electrical Code. The unit shall be listed with Underwriter's laboratories as Class I, Group D, Division 1 explosion proof for installation in water or sewage. All electrical parts shall be housed in an air-filled cast iron, watertight enclosure. The enclosure shall be sealed by the use of "0" rings and shall be rabbet joints with a large overlap. Cable leads shall be epoxy sealed. The motor shafts shall be stainless steel, impervious to the liquid and waste material being handled. All external hardware, including the motor nameplate, shall also be made of stainless steel.

3. Tandem seals, one inside of oil chamber and one outside, shall provide double protection for the electrical parts. Two moisture sensing probes shall be used to detect any influx of conductive liquid past the outer seal and provide ample warning of first seal failure.

4. Bearings shall be pre-lubricated at the factory and designed for BI0 life of 15,000 hours. Shaft extension bearing shall be locked to prevent shaft movement and to take high-trust loads.

5. Motor winding shall have a special Class B insulation system with Class F material extended motor life. Automatic re-set, normally closed thermal overloads shall be installed in adjacent phases of the motor windings to provide the overheating protection.

6. Lifting eyes shall cast into the motor housing and shall be of adequate strength to lift the entire pump motor assembly.

7. The impeller shall be of one-piece ASTM A48, Class 30B, close grain cast iron, Chenault design.

The impeller shall be of non-clog design, with large smooth contours, without acute turns, free of blowholes and imperfections. The large free passages shall be capable of handling solids, fibrous materials, sludge and other matter normally found in conventional wastewater applications.

a. Single and multi-vane impellers shall be capable of field trimming and balancing to meet actual site specific conditions. The impeller hub shall be accurately slip fitted and key driven to the motor shaft. The impeller shall be securely attached to the shaft by means of a locking washer and impeller screw of AISI-304 stainless steel.

b. Coating of the impeller to show improved or better efficiency on published or test curves shall not be acceptable. All pump performance data submitted shall be based on uncoated impellers. Any attempts to alter the pump performance by coating the impeller shall not be acceptable.

8. Sewage ejectors shall be duplex, non-clog wastewater system with slide rail lift-out feature. The system shall include all valving, piping, access hatches, level sensors and motor controls necessary to provide the University with a fully operational system.

9. Controls:

a. Control panel shall be pre-wired and factory tested and shall carry Underwriters Laboratories label.

b. Level sensors shall be of the bulb type designed for wet well application, equipped with cord as required by field conditions.

c. Panel shall have dry contact for each pump to indicate on condition and one for high water alarm for remote monitoring by BMS.

10. Rail System: The design of the rail disconnects system shall permit the easy removal and reinstallation of each pumping unit from the wet well for inspection or service without disconnecting or disturbing the discharge piping.

a. Each pump shall be provided with a guide rail bracket requiring two guide rails to insure proper alignment and stability during installation or removal of the pump unit.

b. Each guide bracket shall have non-sparkling material at the point of contact with the guide rails to prevent spark ignition of explosive wet well gases during pump installation or removal.

c. A Class 30B, cast iron discharge elbow for each pump shall be securely mounted to the wet well floor. The receiving end of the elbow shall be of non-sparking material. The pump

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discharge shall be fitted with a resilient seal which, when mated with the discharge elbow, provides a positive hydraulic seal for maximum pumping efficiency.

d. The guide rails of Schedule 40 stainless steel pipe shall be furnished and installed, and shall be securely supported, top and bottom, by guide rail support brackets furnished by the pump manufacturer.

e. The lower guide rail bracket shall be securely mounted to the wet well floor and properly aligned.

f. The guide rail disconnect system once installed, shall provide stable, three point support of the pumping unit. Designs which require that the entire weight of the pumps and the motor be supported from the discharge flange will not be considered acceptable.

g. The entire guide rail disconnect pumping system shall be listed and labeled by a nationally recognized testing laboratory such as Underwriter's Laboratory as suitable for operation in a Class 1, Division 1, Group D hazardous location.

11. Lifting Device: Each pumping unit shall be provided with a lifting cable of stainless steel construction, and of adequate strength to support the live load weight of the entire pump and motor assembly.

12. Access Hatches: The pump system access hatch and frame shall be of single door design, gas tight construction and fabricated of aluminum material. The access hatch shall be rated at 150 psf live load for pedestrian traffic. The access hatch shall be hinged and provided with a hasp and staple locking device as standard, and with a non-skid surface in the closed position. Accessories provided with the hatch shall be upper guide rail support bracket, level sensor, power cable holder bracket, lifting cable hooks and a locking bar to secure the hatch in the open position.

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221413 - STORM DRAINAGE PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS

A. Pipe and Pipe Fittings

1. Below Ground:

a. Pipe & Fittings: Service weight cast iron or no-hub type soil pipe conforming to the requirements of CIS PI Standard 301 or ASTM A74. Pipe and fittings shall be marked with the collective trademark of the Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute.

b. Joints: Couplings shall conform to the requirements of ASTM C1540, FM 1680 and shall be heavy duty type 304 stainless steel shielded couplings with a 28 Gauge shield, Husky SD4000 or equal.

c. Alternate Material, where applicable and subject to approval by local authorities having jurisdictions:

1) Piping shall be PVC DWV conforming to ASTM D2665-2004a.

2) Fittings shall be PVC DWV conforming to ASTM 3311-2002

d. Alternate Material, where piping is under Civil Work and is not limited by the California Plumbing Code, Caltech will allow the use of RCP.

2. Above Ground:

a. Pipe & Fittings: Standard weight cast iron no-hub type soil pipe conforming to the requirements of CISPI Standard 310 or ASTM A 7 4. Pipe and fittings shall be marked with the collective trademark of the Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute.

b. Joints: No-hub couplings to be type 304 stainless steel, FM Class 1, ASTM C 1540 as manufactured by Husky SD 4000 or Clamp-All 125.

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22 1423 - STORM DRAINAGE PIPING SPECIALTIES

A. DRAINS

1. Roof Drains: Coated cast iron body, with anchor flange, sump receiver, underdeck clamp, extension if required, large steel dome self-locking strainer, clamp ring with integral gravel stop and deck clamp assembly.

2. Overflow Drains: Same as RD-1 except drain to be installed with inlet 2" water dam.

3. Overflow drain downspout nozzle shall be two piece, stainless steel downspout nozzle with anchor flange and pre drilled counter sunk mounting holes.

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221429 - SUMP PUMPS

A. SUMP PUMPS

1. Pumps shall be submersible duplex type sump pumps, quick removal type and shall be driven by a completely sealed electrical submersible motor with length of cord as required.

2. The motor shall be designed for a Class 1, Group D, Division 1 hazardous location as defined by the National Electrical Code. The unit shall be listed with Underwriter's laboratories as Class I, Group D, Division 1 explosion proof for installation in water or sewage. All electrical parts shall be housed in an air-filled cast iron, watertight enclosure. The enclosure shall be sealed by the use of "0" rings and shall be rabbet joints with a large overlap. Cable leads shall be epoxy sealed. The motor shafts shall be stainless steel, impervious to the liquid and waste material being handled. All external hardware, including the motor nameplate, shall also be made of stainless steel.

3. Tandem seals, one inside of oil chamber and one outside, shall provide double protection for the electrical parts. Two moisture sensing probes shall be used to detect any influx of conductive liquid past the outer seal and provide ample warning of first seal failure.

4. Bearings shall be pre-lubricated at the factory and designed for B10 life of 15,000 hours. Shaft extension bearing shall be locked to prevent shaft movement and to take high-trust loads.

5. Motor winding shall have a special Class B insulation system with Class F material extended motor life. Automatic re-set, normally closed thermal overloads shall be installed in adjacent phases of the motor windings to provide the overheating protection.

6. Lifting eyes shall cast into the motor housing and shall be of adequate strength to lift the entire pump motor assembly.

7. The impeller shall be of one-piece ASTM A48, Class 30B, close grain cast iron, Chenault design.

The impeller shall be of non-clog design, with large smooth contours, without acute turns, free of blowholes and imperfections. The large free passages shall be capable of handling solids, fibrous materials, sludge and other matter normally found in conventional wastewater applications.

a. Single and multi-vane impellers shall be capable of field trimming and balancing to meet actual site specific conditions. The impeller hub shall be accurately slip fitted and key driven to the motor shaft. The impeller shall be securely attached to the shaft by means of a locking washer and impeller screw of AISI-304 stainless steel.

b. Coating of the impeller to show improved or better efficiency on published or test curves shall not be acceptable. All pump performance data submitted shall be based on uncoated impellers. Any attempts to alter the pump performance by coating the impeller shall not be acceptable.

8. Controls:

a. Control panel shall be pre-wired and factory tested and shall carry Underwriters Laboratories label.

b. Level sensors shall be of the bulb type designed for wet well application, equipped with cord as required by field conditions.

c. Panel shall have dry contact for each pump to indicate on condition and one for high water alarm for remote monitoring by BMS.

9. Rail System: The design of the rail disconnects system shall permit the easy removal and reinstallation of each pumping unit from the wet well for inspection or service without disconnecting or disturbing the discharge piping.

a. Each pump shall be provided with a guide rail bracket requiring two guide rails to insure proper alignment and stability during installation or removal of the pump unit.

b. Each guide bracket shall have non-sparkling material at the point of contact with the guide rails to prevent spark ignition of explosive wet well gases during pump installation or removal.

c. A Class 30B, cast iron discharge elbow for each pump shall be securely mounted to the wet well floor. The receiving end of the elbow shall be of non-sparking material. The pump discharge shall be fitted with a resilient seal which, when mated with the discharge elbow, provides a positive hydraulic seal for maximum pumping efficiency.

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d. The guide rails of Schedule 40 stainless steel pipe shall be furnished and installed, and shall be securely supported, top and bottom, by guide rail support brackets furnished by the pump manufacturer.

e. The lower guide rail bracket shall be securely mounted to the wet well floor and properly aligned.

f. The guide rail disconnect system once installed, shall provide stable, three point support of the pumping unit. Designs which require that the entire weight of the pumps and the motor be supported from the discharge flange will not be considered acceptable.

g. The entire guide rail disconnect pumping system shall be listed and labeled by a nationally recognized testing laboratory such as Underwriter's Laboratory as suitable for operation in a Class 1, Division 1, Group D hazardous location.

10. Lifting Device: Each pumping unit shall be provided with a lifting cable of stainless steel construction, and of adequate strength to support the live load weight of the entire pump and motor assembly.

11. Access Hatches: The pump system access hatch and frame shall be of single door design, gas tight construction and fabricated of aluminum material. The access hatch shall be rated at 150 psf live load for pedestrian traffic. The access hatch shall be hinged and provided with a hasp and staple locking device as standard, and with a non-skid surface in the closed position. Accessories provided with the hatch shall be upper guide rail support bracket, level sensor, power cable holder bracket, lifting cable hooks and a locking bar to secure the hatch in the open position.

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22 3000 - PLUMBING EQUIPMENT

A. Water Heaters

1. Water heater shall be constructed and stamped in accordance with AS ME Code. The water heater will be national Board registered for a working pressure of 150 psig.

2. Heater shall be mounted on a steel support skid.

B. Water Softeners

1. Water Softener shall be service exchange softener system, supplied by Caltech's Vendor.

2. Feed water piping to include pressure regulating valve to maintain maximum of 75 psi feed pressure to softener units.

3. Pressure gauges to be 316 stainless steel, liquid filled gauges. 0 -100 psi, W' base.

4. Piping Manifold

a. All isolation valves 2" and smaller to be Nibco T5954 ball valves. Brass body. Stainless steel ball. 3 piece valve

b. All valves 2 W' and larger to be Victaulic Butterfly valve Model 608. Grooved end valve.

Double seal disk design. Bronze body. EPDM seal. Bronze disk. Point of connection for US Filter to be companion flange with 3" FPT connection.

c. All sample valves to be Nibco 114" ball valve. Brass body and stainless steel ball.

d. Y strainer to include 30 mesh or smaller

5. Supply and install camlocks connections for piping manifold and inlet/outlet hoses for service exchange softeners

6. Supply and install Hardness monitors indoors, within 20 feet of service exchange softeners.

7. Location for hardness monitors must include an outlet within 3 feet of the monitors and a drain, capable of handling up to 1 liter/minute

8. Supply and install W' copper tubing from piping manifold to harness monitors. Terminate tubing within 2 feet of monitor, with isolation valve. Vendor will make final connections to monitors and provide system startup.

9. Provide all required material, labor, and permits to build piping manifold and install hardness monitors.

10. Provide installation supervision and system startup.

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22 4000 - PLUMBING FIXTURES

A. Caltech Preferred Vendor list for Plumbing Fixtures. See also individual sections of the guidelines for more details on model numbers

Equipment Type Caltech preferred first listed (if Caltech acceptable alternates
preference)
Water Closet Wall Mounted American Standard
Wall Mounted WC Sloan Royal Optima Smooth
Flushometer Model 11 01111
Water Closet Floor Mounted American Standard Madera 17H
Elongated Flush Valve Toilet
Floor Mounted WC Sloan Royal Optima Smooth
Flushometer Model 110/111
Urinal American Standard Maybrook
Urinal
Urinal Flushometer Sloan Royal Optima Smooth
Model 186
Lavatory American Standard Boulevard
Under Counter Sink
Faucet Sloan Optima i.q. EAF-I50 1. Water Closet

a. Fixture: Vitreous China, siphon jet action, elongated bowl, wall mounted, flush valve, 1.6 gallons per flush.

b. Valve: Quiet, exposed, diaphragm type, chrome plated closet flushometer valve, 1-1/2" top spud, battery powered, with water saving feature, quiet action, vacuum breaker, screwdriver stop, 1.6 gpf, and with mechanical manual override, Sloan Royal Optima Smooth Model 110/111 (no known equal).

c. Seat: Heavy duty white molded plastic with stainless steel hinge with stop, open front, without cover.

d. See attached sheet P6a & P6b for Caltech preferred model and manufacturer

2. Water Closet (HDC):

a. Fixture: Vitreous China, siphon jet action, elongated bowl, wall mounted, flush valve, 1.6 gallons per flush, ADA compliant.

b. Valve: Quiet, exposed, diaphragm type, chrome plated closet flushometer valve, 1-112" top spud, battery powered, with water saving feature, quiet action, vacuum breaker, screwdriver stop, 1.6 gpf, and with mechanical manual override, Sloan Royal Optima Smooth Model 1101111 (no known equal).

c. Seat: Heavy duty white molded plastic with stainless steel hinge with stop, open front, without cover.

d. See attached sheet P6a & P6b for Caltech preferred model and manufacturer

3. Water Closet (Floor mounted):

a. Fixture: Vitreous China, siphon jet action, elongated bowl, floor mounted, flush valve, 1.6 gallons per flush.

b. Valve: Quiet, exposed, diaphragm type, chrome plated closet flushometer valve, 1-1/2" top spud, battery powered, with water saving feature, quiet action, vacuum breaker, screwdriver stop, l.6 gpf, and with mechanical manual override, Sloan Royal Optima Smooth Model 1101111 (no known equal).

c. Seat: Heavy duty white molded plastic with stainless steel hinge with stop, open front, without cover.

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d. See attached sheet PI for Caltech preferred model and manufacturer

4. Urinal:

a. Fixture: Vitreous china, siphon jet with flushing rim, I" top spud, wall hung and with 1.0 gallons per flush, ADA compliant.

b. Valve: Quiet, exposed, diaphragm type, chrome plated urinal flushometer %" top spud, battery powered, sensor activated, vacuum breaker, screwdriver stop, 1.0 gpf flush, mechanical manual override, Sloan Royal Optima Smooth Model 186 (no known equal).

c. See attached sheet P2, P5a and 5b for Caltech preferred models and manufacturers

5. Lavatory:

a. Fixture: White, vitreous china, undercounter mount, front overflow, with 0.5 GPM flow restrictor.

b. Supply: Deck mounted, with 4" center to center, Y. turn washerless ceramic disc valve cartridges, cast brass spout and all brass drain body.

c. Stops" 12" solid flexible tube riser with 12" lose key angle valve with replaceable cartridge, lockshield.

d. Trap: 1-114" x 1-1/2" cast brass adjustable P-trap with IPS brass waste to wall. Provide offset for ADA compliant lavatories.

e. See attached sheet P3 for Caltech preferred model and manufacturer

6. Faucet:

a. Fixture: Sensor activated electronic hand-washing faucet

b. Features: battery operated, single-supply faucet

c. See attached sheet P4a and 4b for Caltech preferred model and manufacturer

7. Sink (Double-compartment):

a. Fixture: Double compartment sink, 18 gauge, Type 304 nickel bearing stainless steel, self rimming, with dishwasher hook-up and with disposer, with number of holes as required.

b. Supply: Single lever kitchen faucet with hose and spray, with ceramic control components, handle limit stop, and red/blue indicators, 8-3/4" swing spout with aerator, 3/8" supplies, 8" centers, metal construction, polished chrome finished.

c. Disposer: Yz HP motor, continuous feed, galvanized steel grinding elements with two stainless steel 3600 swivel lugs and provided with self-service wrench.

8. Sink (Single compartment):

a. Fixture (Non- ADA Compliant): Countertop, single compartment sink, 18 gauge, Type 304 nickel bearing stainless steel, self rimming, 10" deep and with number of holes as required.

b. Fixture (ADA Compliant): Single compartment sink, 18 gauge, Type 304 nickel bearing stainless steel, self rimming, 6-112" deep and with number of holes as required.

c. Supply: Blade handle faucet with ceramic control components, handle limit stop, vandal resistant aerator, 3/8" supplies, 4" centers, metal construction, polished chrome finished.

9. Service Sink (SS-l):

a. Fixture: Angle terrazzo mop receptors or equal, with 4" high inside shoulder and 1-3/4" wide. Stainless steel protective cap to be cast integral on all four exposed sides. Drain body shall be brass, cast integral and shall provide for a non-caulked connection not less than one inch deep to a 3" drain pipe.

b. Supply: With rigid vacuum breaker spout, %" hose thread outlet, pail hook and wall brace adjustable integral stop supply arms chrome finish.

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1~liMts~1

~ BARRIER FREE

MADERA ™ 17"H ELONGATED 10" ROUGH

• Vitreous china

• Low-consumption (6.0 Lplil.6 gpf) ~ 10" rouqninq.in

'17" rim height

• Elongated bowl

• Direct-fed siphon [etaction

.. Fully glazed 2" ballpass trapway

• 11" x 13" water surface area

• 1-1/2" top spud

• 2 bolt caps '100%faclory flush tested

o 3043.102 Top spud

o 3043.156 Top spud with slotted rim for bedpan holding (white only)

Nominal Dimensions:

765 x 3S1 x 43Smm (30-1/S" x 15" x 17-1/4")

Recommended working pressure--between 25 psi at valve when flushing and SO psi sialic

Fixture onfy, less seat and boll caps

Compliance Certificaticms -

Meets or Exceeds the Following Specifications: • ASME A11219.2M (and 19.6M) for Vitreous

China Fixtures - Ihc!ud",$ Flush Performance. Ball Pass Diameter, Trap.Seal Depth and

all Dimensions

To 8e Specified

o Color: 0 White 0 Bone 0 Silver 0 Black OShell

o Seat: Olsonlte #95 open front seat less cover

o Seat: Church #9500C open front seat less

Gover

o AlternateSeat:

o Flush Valve: Sloan Royal #111

o Alternate Flush Valve:

rrl • ~hen installed so tap of seetis 432 to 483mm(17" 1.0 19"jfiQinthe LQ:J finished rlccr .

. MEETS THE AMERICAN DISABjLlTIES ACT GUIDELINES AND ANSI A117~1 REqUIREMEt:JTS FOR ACCESSIBLEAND USEABLE BUILDING FACILITIESCHE;CK LOCAL CODES.

June 8, 2007

"A.DERA ™ 1'7"8 ELOrU':ATED FLUSH VALVE TOILET

VITREOUS CHINA

I' N,P.10R I' C.W_T:SUpPLY TO FLUSHVALVE\

~~

12'",", I I

(4,~141 ~ nOl11m

I (283/4)

"'"'"'E

(15)

I - I 1'2 SPUD

NOTES:

PRODUCT 3043_lD2 SHOWN, 3043,J56 SAME AS. EXCEP-TWITH SLODEDAIM FOR BED PAN HOLDING

THIS TOILET.IS DESlGNED TO ROUGH· IN AT A MINIMUlvlDlMENSIQN OF254MM (.10") FROM RNISHED,WALL TO en, OF OUTLET.

TO CQI"lPLYWIlHAREA' CODE GOVERNING THE ,HEIGHT OF VACUUM BREAKER ON FLUSH VALVE. THE,PLUMBERMUSTVERIFYDHAENSIONS SHOWN.FOR SUPPLY ROUGH· II'JG

FLUSHVAL~E ~OTINCLUDED AND MUST~E ORDERED SEPAFlATELY

IMPORTANT: Dime nsions. of tmures ara nominal and may Veil), withinlhe rame.ct lol8'lances established b

ANSI Standard A112.19.2,

TI18-S8 rreasuremems are subject.io chanqe.or cancellatlon No reeponslbnnyjs assumed tor use of superseded cr-voided paqes.

SPS3043

Revised 4[96

(c)·1998 American Standard Inc.

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MAYBROOK™ URINAL

Mil. 'r'BR OOf<;UR INAL

VrTREOUS CHlt'~A

• \~T80LlS china

• tow-co ns urnpfio n (3,8. Lpfl1.0 gpf)

• RUsting rim

• Wa:;luut flush a::ti,jn

• I nte'tlraI strai rer

• .:?.'4"i nlet sp iLl

• 0 utlet sp 00 with 1-112" tu I:i ngtailpiece

• Wall hanger

• R:.;tLr'e any ·liteetoANSlflL5nll"quireroentoatO;7.p

1D OPF

o 6581,015 Top EPOO

t~om i naI·' bi m ensio no: 324)( 324:( 457mm 012-;),'4" x 12-3/4")( 18.',

REO:lmme nood worting preEsure - between a) psi at'fsl'fe when flLlS hing and a:Jpsi ststic:

CcrJ1pli .~me c;.;,rtifi ,:,~tjo:'rG .

Meets or Exceedsth.e FdlowingSpeQificaticns:

• ASMEA 112,.19.:UorVilIBOul> cnma Fi:>:tJresincuues FluSn PerWmmc.e, SBiI Pass. Ciame'er, 'rrBp SeBi Oep1] ano.an [irn~n:;jons

To Se Spedlied

o CQlor:O Wllite 0 sone 0 SiI'IEW OShell O.6IElOk

o FIUsn VBI'Ie: Sloan ROyBi18iH

o Altemahe Flusn VBI~B:

o .p. 'rrap:

UW.t:.'::

* D~~51OJ.I~~O"'J.i r"CoR.LOQl,l1~'O"'''P'' TRtlrP 1!"5U'h~.

·P"iRtIoP ... J.lD I"UJ !!H~jI,U.'e::J.lOTIJ.lCLU[]eI1 LltJ.l D ~u.n!!e:: ORDI!:R ~ ~"'R"'"Tn.~·. PR. ':ifo'1[]1! ~ljf"lIl...1!: RI!Jl.U"':'R ~~TI'"OR tlru. "'lI.ll!ru PP':41 "l:I'.

I~P':IR""'J.lT: tJl'H 11III •• r.rltbl"l nJil 111"1l1li1.1' nlr rllrnl111 tH.nl tI: .• , II" 1"111 til r ... rIllllll'M~ .rjl,l-I~~'~Il~ ";11L11,L

"'JH .. nnn N.,.nlr'lri·nllf:lE±1::Ii cil.!ltiucn CIII 1.11 , .1-11 Pi'I'Jllililllf,trlrl mnt"l'ir." •. h''III ...... ' .. ~.-rflllIHiI'l ... r.

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BOULEVARDTM UNDERCOUNTER SINK

• Rectangular under mount sink with unique

tapered interior bowl

• Made from vitreous china

• Unglazed rim

• Front overflow

• Supplied with mounting kit (047194-0070A) and template

o 0610.000 Unglazed Him 514X406mm

(20-1/4" x 16")

Bowl S.ize:

432mm (17") wide 330m01 (13") front to back 152mm (6") deep

Compliance Certifications - Meets or Exceeds the Following Specifications:

• ASME A1l2.19.2M for Vitreous China Fixtures

• CNJlCSA 845 series

I ~6 ~~o~pecitied: _I

o Faucet*:

o Faucet Finish:

o Supplies:

[____o 1~-114"T~rap: __ "'See faucet section-for adoitloual models available

© 2006 American Standard Inc.

June 8, 2007

80ULEVARDTM UNDERCOUNTER SINK

VITREOUS CHINA

.DETAIL OF MOUNTING CLIP (KIT No.47194.,Q010A)

NOTES:

WE RECOMMEND USING BASIN AS A TEMPLATE TO IJETERMINE PP.OPER CONTOUR. CUT COUNTERTOP aSMM (1·1/2") INSIDE BASIN CONTOUR.

* DIMENSION~'; SHc)Vm FOR LOCATioN OFSljPPLIEO ANlJ "P" TRAP ARE SUGGESTED.

'f UNDERCOUNTER MOUNTING KIT SUPPLIED WITH SINK. FITTINGS NOT INCLUDED WITH FITXTURE AND MUST BE ORDERED SEPARATELY.

SEr,Ur,G COMPOUND SUPPliED BY OTHERS.

IMPORTANT: Dimensions of fixtures are nominal-and !hay vary within the range of tcleranoes establlshed by ANSI Standard A112.19:2:

These measurements are subject to change or cancellation. No responsibility is assumed for lise of superseded or voided pages,

J45

R evi sed 5/06

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OPT I.MA

®

SYSTEMS

Electronic Hand WaShing Faucet

.. Description

Sensor Activateq,Electronic Hand Washing Faucet ior pre-terrpered or hotanrr coldwater operation

Battery Powered Models DEAF-15b

Single Supply faucet

(For pre-mixedwater only)

V~th Integral spout Temperature Mix~t

(Fat Hot and Cold water supply connection) With Integral ,spout rernp~rfjture i\:1:iker

and i.q.~CJick~e~tur8

VVlth.lntegraJ'.Spout Te01peratureMi)(er, Drain Pop)Jpand i.q.-Clic!<Fegture

o EAF-150'ISNI

D EAF-150-ISM-DPU-IC

.. Flow Rate

o 2_,2"gpm/8,3 l.prn Max. Ftow Aerator

II> Specifications

Sensor Activated, Electrcnic, ChrdmeoPlated'Die>-Cast Metal,-Hand Wasllirig Faucet \A~ththe'foIlQWing features

Modular' One-pl ece.Ccnstructlon \Mith- all Concealed Comocnenrsabcva

II> Variations D ISM DIG DDPU

Inte(jral Spout·JIJ1tlC_ef i.q. ·Click leetlJre Drain Pop_ Up

II> AGGl!ssorii~s Trim Plates

o ETF-ro?cA Tnrn Pla!e lor 4·' (102 mOl) Gentel"e! Sink

o ETF-tlOO-A Tri.rn Plate tDIS' (204 mll1)Genterset Sink Trim Plate~rnust heapecltled and orderedseparately;

Aerator n EAF-12

as ~JPh1/1 ,9 LpnY Me:,(· Spray- Head

II> ADACornplianl PI

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EAF-1S0

EAF-150·ISM

The Optima if faucet

~ Bringing intelligence to Water

Sloan'~ Qptirna· ':'I ... EAF~ l50Series elsctronlc hand washj~g faucets operate b\;- means .·01 a dual inirar,ed sensor and microprocessor based logic'that utilize self,.adaptingtecilnoiogy ~Qensure superfor _petiqrrnance: Themodular design Incorporat13sall.tJ1 the operating c9~ponents- of the ip(jcet, Includjng the .sensor; sol enord,::circu!r:yandbatteN'abov'e'the

81 nk ,,;thin a dle-cpst rnetalspeut

Drain'. QPtimai-r EAF-150 series laucets include battery Batten! life is approximately three- (3)

rilis space

JDbN::Jrj18 ~

MDdelSpadfilld _

Q_ll"lnlitv _

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I--Iand Washing Faucet for pre-tempered or

... Flow Rate

02,2 gprn/8.3 l.pmviax. Flow Aerator

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS II> Control Circuit ...

6 VDC~ includes Auto 'Set 11ang8 Adjustment and Low Batter:./ indicator LED

II> Sensor Range Nominal:

4" - 5" (102 nlml 2/ 1111n) Faucet Adaptive Self, adjustment Range:

2" ~ 14" (51 rrm ~'~5.6tnm) nominal

Power Supply

6 VDC ulhium 2CR5 battery.

Approximate 3 Y8Hf life

... Time Out Setting

2 minutes - - Maximum tirr.e taucet wdl

run eontinaousdetect'on (except

for models that are otherwise

set cqtltinuous l'Ufl).

i.'f-9!i¢k FEATLJRE

The i. a-cnc« is a that aIlO\J\.Is, the Continuous Run; Adjustment

Because the use, of the l.q.~Cfickfea.ture requires familiariTY with ihe faucet, thiS featUr~isnQl reCqmmended, for f~ucets,intended. tor-use .bythe ~eneral puqUc. m,e i;Q<9ficlf is idea! for use lri.hosnital rooms, ~xecutiywresi rooms and other ,loqat!Ql1s Whf3:t8 the prrnary user has :regul;3r:Qontact with the product.

ROUGH-IN EAF-150

Faucets with Single Line Water Supply

OPERATION As 11\,

June 8, 2007

EAF-150-ISM, EAF·150-ISM·ICAND EAF-150-ISM-DPU-IC

Faucets with Hot and Cold Water Supply

three Trim Trim Ptetes must be speclfled and ordered separately:

ETF-607·A

Trim PlaJeror 4" (102 mOl) Centerset Sink

ETF-608-A

(204 mm)

Copyright© 2006 Sloan ValveCornp:::.ny

SLOAN VALVE COMPANY • 105UO SEYMOUR.AVENUE • FRANKLIN PARK, IL 60131 Phone: 1-S00,g-VALVE-9 or 1-347-671-4300· Fax HOO-447-S329 Qr 1-84H71-4~80 • hltP:!IWWw;sloal1v~lve.cOIll

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... Description

Exposed, Battery Powered, Sensor Activated, Royal' Optima' SMOOTH'· Urinal Flushometsr for %" top spud urinals,

... Flush Cycle

o Model 186 Water Saver (1,5 gpf/5] lIlf)

o ModeL 186-1_0 Low Consumption (1 ,0 9pf/S,B Lpf)

o Model 186,Q,5 (05 gpllt9 Lpf)

... Specifications

Quiet, Exposed, OiaphragmType, Chrome Plated Urinal Flushometer with the following features:

Flushometer

• PERMEX" Synthetic RUbber Diaphragm with Dual Filtered Fixed Bypass

• ADA Compliant Metal Oscillating Non-Hold-Open Handle with Triple Seal

Handle Packing

• %" IPS, Screwdriver Bak-Chek'· Angle Stop

• Free Spinning Vandal Resistant Stop Cap

• Adjustable Tailpiece

• High Back Pressure vaoucm Breaker Flush Connection withOnB-p;ece

Bottom Hex Coupling Nut

• Spud Coupling and Flange for %" Top Spud

• Sweat Solder Adapter w/Cover Tube and Cast Wall Flange wlSet Screw

• High Copper, LoW Zinc Brass Castings for Dezlncification Resistance

• Non-Hold-Open Handle, Fixed Metering Bypass and No External Volume Adjustment to Ensure Water Conservation

• Flush Accuracy Controlled by CID'" TeChilology

• Diaphragm, Handle Packing, StOP Seatand Vacuum Breaker molded from PERMEX" Rubber compound for Chloramine H$sistance

Optima SMOOTH Unit

• ADA Compliant OPTIMA" SMOOTH" Battery Powered lnlrared Sensor tor automatic 'Hands-free=operatlon

• Sensor with Automatic Range AdjUstment

Chrome Plated Metal Sensor HOUsing

• Mechanical Manual Override Flush Handle

• Four (4) Size C Batteries included , "Low Battery" Flashing LEO

• "User in View" Flashing LED

• 25 toaO psi Operating Range

Valve Body, Cover, Tailpiece and Control Stop shall be in contormancewith ASTM Alloy Classification (or Semi-Red Brass, Valve shall be in. compliance to the applicable sections GrASSE 1037, ANSI/ASME A112J92, and Military Specification V-29193,

... Variations

This space lor ArChitect/Engineer approval

]lIE informat'!Ofl contained inthr.s rlOCUmEn1 'is subjecl to cI)~r!g8 wi!!lDut notice

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... ADAComplianl

...

Automatic

Sloan SMOOTH'" equipped Flushometers prpvld$ the ultimate in sanitary protection and automatic operation. There is no need for AC hookups or wall alterations, The Flushometer operates by means of a battery powered infrared sensor, Once the user enters the sensor's effective range and then steps away, the SMOOTH" Unit initiates the flushing cycle to tlush the. fixture, State-of-the-art Technology enables activation Of a manual override without "double flushing" occurring as the user departs (locks out sensor for approximately 10 seconds)

... Hygienic

The Roy"I' Optima" SMOOTH '" Flushorneter is the next advancement in hygiene, It uses sensor technology to transform manual installations into electronic, hands-free operation. User makes no physical Contact with the Flushometer surface except to initiate the Overdo", Handle when required, Helps control the-spread of iNfectious diseases.

Ii" Economical

Automatic operation provides water Usage savings over other flushing devices. Heduces rnaintenance and operation posts, lnstallatiun and bWery replacement doss not require turning ottwetor to the valve.

Ii" Warranty 3YElW (limitod)

Royal Optima SIviOOTH 186 S,S, - Rey, 0 (12/05)

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... Description

Exposed, Battery Powered, Sensor Activated, Royal" Optirna" SMOOTH'" Urinal FlushorneterJor ',14" top spud urinals

... Flush Cycle

o Model 186 Water Saver (1.5 OPf/57 Lpf)

o Mpdel 186-1.0 Low Consumption (1.0gpf!3,$ Lpf)

o Modell 86-{)5 (0,(; ,gpfJ1 ,9 Lpf)

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

... Control Circuit .... Battery Type
6VDC Input (4) Size C Alkaline
.... OPTIMA Sensor Type .,. BalteryLtfe
Active lntrared with Automatic 2 Years @ 4,000
Adjustment Flust\os/Monlh
.,. OPTIMA Sensor Range .... Indicator Ughts
Normal Range: User in View/Low Battery
26" - 32" (660 mm-813 mm) .... Operating Pressure
Hsduced Range: 25-80 psi (172-552 kPa.)
20" ·2()" (508 mmc()60 mm) DIMENSIONS

Side View

OPERATION

1_ A cootinuous, invisible light beam is emitted from the SMOOTH unit's Infrared Sensor,

2_ When the user enters the sensors effective range, !he Red LED light in the sensor window flashes for eight seconds, After eight seconds of sensing tile user, !he light will stop flashing and the unit waits for the user to step away before initiating a flu.h cycle,

3, When the user steps away, lha unit inttiates a nush CYCle, The untt then automaticallY resets and is r~adyfQllhe next user.

CENTERLINE OF FIXTURE

Top View

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314'I,P,S, SUPPLY IDN 2QiJ\m)

Copynght © 2005 Sloan Valve Company

PlintatlillllieU,S.A.

SLOAN VALVE COMPANY., 10500 SEYMOUR AVENUE., FRANKLIN PARK, Il60131 Phone: 1-800·9'VALVE-9 or 1·847-6714300· Fax:.1-B00-447-8329 or 1-847-671.438() • www,$loanvalve • corn

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;e~®

Optima" SMCEElTH'·

Side-fV!QQnl-OpetatQt-Over·The-Halldle

.. Description

Exposed, Battery Powered, Sensor Activated, Royal' Optima" SMOOTH" Water Closet Flushometer for floor mounted or wall hung top spud bowls.

.. Flush Cycle

o Model 110 Water Saver (3.5 gpf/1$.2 Lpf)

o Model 111 Low Consurnption (1.6 gpfli3;O lpt)

.. Specifications

Quiet, Exposed, Piaphragm Type, Chromo Plated Closet Flushometer with the following features:

Flushorooter

• PERMEX'" Synthetic Rubber Diaphragm with Dual Filtered Fixed Bypass

• ADA Compliant Metal OscUlating Non-He'd-Open Handle with Triple S"al

Handle Packing

• 1" I.P.S. Screwdriver Bak-Chek" Angle Stop

• Free Spinning Vandal Resistant Stop Cap

• Adjustable Tailpiece

• Higll Back Pressure Vacuum Breaker Flush Connection with One-piece

Bottom Hex Coupling Nut

• Spud Coupling and Flange for 1 '/2' Top Spud

• Sweat Solder Adapter w/Cover Tube and Cast Wall Flange w/Set Screw

• High Copper, Low Zinc Brass Castings for Dezlncflcatlon Resistance

• Non-Hold-Open Handle, Fixed Metering Bypass and No. E~emal Volume Adjuslment to Ensure Water Conservation

• Flush Accuracy Controlled by CID '" Technology

• Diaphraorn, Handle Packing, Stop Seat and Vacuum Breaker molded from PERMEX'" Rubber Compound tor Chloramine R(lsistance

Optima SMOOTH Una

• ADA Compliant OPTIMA" SMOOTH ,. Battery Powered Inlrared Sensor for automatic "Hands-free" operation

Sensor with Automatic Range Adjustment

• Chrome Plated Metal Sensor Housing

• Mechanical Manual Override Flush Handle

• Four (4) Size C Batteries included

• "Low Battery" Flashing LED

• "User in View" Flashing LED

• 45 to 80 psi Operating Range

Valve Body, Cover, Tailpiece and Control Stop shall be in conformance With ASTM AllOy Classification for Semi-Red Brass. Valve shall be in compliance to the applicable sections oi ASSE 1037, ANSIjASME A112.192, and Military SpeCification Vc29193.

.. Variations

This space for Architect/Engioeer approval

IJar1allNi$,SpeCiHed "' _ .. __ ..

icOOj,OC,OC.... ..... " ... __ " .. " ... __ ~_ .. _, .. _ .... .. _ .. __

INeMeC(.

rneuroereatcn contained In this documerlt is.subjecl to clla.ng8 wUhaut nouce,

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.. ADA Compliant .... Automatic

Sloan SMOOTH'" equipped Flushometers provide the ultimate in sanitary protection and automatic operation There is no need for AC hookups or wall alterations, The Flushometer operates by means of a battery powered infrared sensor Once the user enters the sensor's eitective range and then steps away, the SMOOTH'M Unit initiates the flushing cycle to fl0sh the fixture. State-of-the-art Technology enables acnvanon of a manual override without "double flushing" occurring as the user departs (IOCl\s out sensor for approximately 10 seconds)"

.. HygieniC

The Royal' Optima" SMOOTH'" Flushometer is. lite next advancement in hygiene. It uses sensor technology to transform manual instaliationsinto electronic; hands-free operation. User makes no physlcal contact with the Flusuornoter surface except to initiate the Override Handle When required. Helps control the spread of infectious diseases.

.. Economical

Automatic operation provides water usage savings over other flushing devices, Reduces maintenance and operation costs. Installation and battery replacement does not require turning ott water to the valve.

... Warrarny

,3 year (hmiterf)

Royal Optima SMOOTH 110/111 S.S. ~ Rev. 0 (12105)

224000 .. 10

CALTECH DESIGN STANDARDS

Page 6b

11

1

... Description

Exposed, Battery Powered, Sensor Activated, Royal' Optima" SMOOTW" Water Closet Flushometer for floor mounted or wall hung top spud bowls.

... Flosh Cycle

o Model 11 0 Water Saver (3.5 gpf/13.2 Lpj)

o Model 111 Low Consumption (1.6 gpf/6.0 Lpt)

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ... Control Circuit

6 VOC Input

... OPTIMA Sensor Type

Active Infrared with Automatic Adjustment

... OPTIMA Sensor Range Normal Range:

26" - 32"(660 mm-813 mm) Reduced Range:

20" - 26" (508 mm·ooO mm)

... Battery Type

(4) Size C Alkaline

... Battery Life

2 Years @4,000 Flushes/Month

... Indicator Lights

User in View(lQw Battery

... Operating Pressure 2iHlO psi (172C552 kPa)

DIMENSIONS

2V4"MIN, (67mm)

Side View

OPERATION

1. A continuous, Invisible light beam is em1tt~d from the SMOOTH unlrs InfraredS~n$or.

2. When the user enters tne sensors effective range, the Red LEO light In tf1e sensor window flashes for eight seconds. After eight seconds of sensing the user, the light Will stop flashing and tfle unff waits for Jhe user to step away before initiating a flusnCyQle.

3. When the user steps away, Ilie unit initiates a flush. cycle. Ihil unit then amOmalically resets and is ready for the next user.

CENTERLINE OF FIXTURE

Top View

June 8, 2007

1" I.P.S. SUPPLY (DN 25 mm)

Copyright @ 2005 Sloan vafve Company

Printed In the U.S.A.

SLOAN VALVE COMPANY· 10500 SEYMOUR AVENUE • FRANKLIN PARK, Il60131 Phone: 1-800.9·VALVE·9 or 1·84H71-4300 • Fax: 1.800-447-8329 or 1-847-671-4380· www.sloanvalve.com

PLUMBING FIXTURES

Royal Optima SMOOTH 111J/111 S.S. - Rey. 0 (12/D5)

224000 - 11

CALTECH DESIGN STANDARDS

June 8, 2007

226000 - GAS AND VACUUM FOR LABORATORY FACILITIES

A. Air Compressor System:

1. Unit shall be designed and built as follows:

a. Equipment compressed air system shall consist of multiple air cooled, oil-less reciprocating air compressors and a control module base; all part of a preassembled package. The control module base shall be constructed of a heavy gauge structural steel frame with forklift slots.

b. The following components shall be mounted on the control module base:

1) Air receiver.

2) Air dryer.

3) Control panel.

4) Compressed air filters.

5) Pressure reducing valve station.

6) Test port.

7) Main system shut-off valve.

2. The control module base shall have the same footprint dimensions as the base mounted compressors. Each of the components shall be designed to fit through a standard 36 inch doorway.

3. The package shall require only 2 plumbing connections (intake and discharge) and 2 electrical connections (1 to the control panel and 1 to the air dryers).

4. System to be factory tested and disassembled for shipping and installation at job site.

5. All piping shall be capped or plugged to prevent contamination during shipment and installation.

GAS AND VACUUM FOR LABORATORY FACILITIES

226000 - 1

ANSI Standard A112.19.2,

TI18-S8 rreasuremems are subject.io chanqe.or cancellatlon No reeponslbnnyjs assumed tor use of superseded cr-voided paqes.

SPS3043

Revised 4[96

(c)·1998 American Standard Inc.

224000 - 3

CAL TECH DESIGN STANDARDS

Page P2

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1~·.SbwbnlI

June 8, 2007

MAYBROOK™ URINAL

Mil. 'r'BR OOf<;UR INAL

VrTREOUS CHlt'~A

• \~T80LlS china

• tow-co ns urnpfio n (3,8. Lpfl1.0 gpf)

• RUsting rim

• Wa:;luut flush a::ti,jn

• I nte'tlraI strai rer

• .:?.'4"i nlet sp iLl

• 0 utlet sp 00 with 1-112" tu I:i ngtailpiece

• Wall hanger

• R:.;tLr'e any ·liteetoANSlflL5nll"quireroentoatO;7.p

1D OPF

o 6581,015 Top EPOO

t~om i naI·' bi m ensio no: 324)( 324:( 457mm 012-;),'4" x 12-3/4")( 18.',

REO:lmme nood worting preEsure - between a) psi at'fsl'fe when flLlS hing and a:Jpsi ststic:

CcrJ1pli .~me c;.;,rtifi ,:,~tjo:'rG .

Meets or Exceedsth.e FdlowingSpeQificaticns:

• ASMEA 112,.19.:UorVilIBOul> cnma Fi:>:tJresincuues FluSn PerWmmc.e, SBiI Pass. Ciame'er, 'rrBp SeBi Oep1] ano.an [irn~n:;jons

To Se Spedlied

o CQlor:O Wllite 0 sone 0 SiI'IEW OShell O.6IElOk

o FIUsn VBI'Ie: Sloan ROyBi18iH

o Altemahe Flusn VBI~B:

o .p. 'rrap:

UW.t:.'::

* D~~51OJ.I~~O"'J.i r"CoR.LOQl,l1~'O"'''P'' TRtlrP 1!"5U'h~.

·P"iRtIoP ... J.lD I"UJ !!H~jI,U.'e::J.lOTIJ.lCLU[]eI1 LltJ.l D ~u.n!!e:: ORDI!:R ~ ~"'R"'"Tn.~·. PR. ':ifo'1[]1! ~ljf"lIl...1!: RI!Jl.U"':'R ~~TI'"OR tlru. "'lI.ll!ru PP':41 "l:I'.

I~P':IR""'J.lT: tJl'H 11III •• r.rltbl"l nJil 111"1l1li1.1' nlr rllrnl111 tH.nl tI: .• , II" 1"111 til r ... rIllllll'M~ .rjl,l-I~~'~Il~ ";11L11,L

"'JH .. nnn N.,.nlr'lri·nllf:lE±1::Ii cil.!ltiucn CIII 1.11 , .1-11 Pi'I'Jllililllf,trlrl mnt"l'ir." •. h''III ...... ' .. ~.-rflllIHiI'l ... r.

224000 - 4

CALTECH DESIGN STANDARDS

Page P3

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BOULEVARDTM UNDERCOUNTER SINK

• Rectangular under mount sink with unique

tapered interior bowl

• Made from vitreous china

• Unglazed rim

• Front overflow

• Supplied with mounting kit (047194-0070A) and template

o 0610.000 Unglazed Him 514X406mm

(20-1/4" x 16")

Bowl S.ize:

432mm (17") wide 330m01 (13") front to back 152mm (6") deep

Compliance Certifications - Meets or Exceeds the Following Specifications:

• ASME A1l2.19.2M for Vitreous China Fixtures

• CNJlCSA 845 series

I ~6 ~~o~pecitied: _I

o Faucet*:

o Faucet Finish:

o Supplies:

[____o 1~-114"T~rap: __ "'See faucet section-for adoitloual models available

© 2006 American Standard Inc.

June 8, 2007

80ULEVARDTM UNDERCOUNTER SINK

VITREOUS CHINA

.DETAIL OF MOUNTING CLIP (KIT No.47194.,Q010A)

NOTES:

WE RECOMMEND USING BASIN AS A TEMPLATE TO IJETERMINE PP.OPER CONTOUR. CUT COUNTERTOP aSMM (1·1/2") INSIDE BASIN CONTOUR.

* DIMENSION~'; SHc)Vm FOR LOCATioN OFSljPPLIEO ANlJ "P" TRAP ARE SUGGESTED.

'f UNDERCOUNTER MOUNTING KIT SUPPLIED WITH SINK. FITTINGS NOT INCLUDED WITH FITXTURE AND MUST BE ORDERED SEPARATELY.

SEr,Ur,G COMPOUND SUPPliED BY OTHERS.

IMPORTANT: Dimensions of fixtures are nominal-and !hay vary within the range of tcleranoes establlshed by ANSI Standard A112.19:2:

These measurements are subject to change or cancellation. No responsibility is assumed for lise of superseded or voided pages,

J45

R evi sed 5/06

224000 - 5

CALTECH DESIGN STANDARDS

Page P4a

PLUMBING FIXTURES

OPT I.MA

®

SYSTEMS

Electronic Hand WaShing Faucet

.. Description

Sensor Activateq,Electronic Hand Washing Faucet ior pre-terrpered or hotanrr coldwater operation

Battery Powered Models DEAF-15b

Single Supply faucet

(For pre-mixedwater only)

V~th Integral spout Temperature Mix~t

(Fat Hot and Cold water supply connection) With Integral ,spout rernp~rfjture i\:1:iker

and i.q.~CJick~e~tur8

VVlth.lntegraJ'.Spout Te01peratureMi)(er, Drain Pop)Jpand i.q.-Clic!<Fegture

o EAF-150'ISNI

D EAF-150-ISM-DPU-IC

.. Flow Rate

o 2_,2"gpm/8,3 l.prn Max. Ftow Aerator

II> Specifications

Sensor Activated, Electrcnic, ChrdmeoPlated'Die>-Cast Metal,-Hand Wasllirig Faucet \A~ththe'foIlQWing features

Modular' One-pl ece.Ccnstructlon \Mith- all Concealed Comocnenrsabcva

II> Variations D ISM DIG DDPU

Inte(jral Spout·JIJ1tlC_ef i.q. ·Click leetlJre Drain Pop_ Up

II> AGGl!ssorii~s Trim Plates

o ETF-ro?cA Tnrn Pla!e lor 4·' (102 mOl) Gentel"e! Sink

o ETF-tlOO-A Tri.rn Plate tDIS' (204 mll1)Genterset Sink Trim Plate~rnust heapecltled and orderedseparately;

Aerator n EAF-12

as ~JPh1/1 ,9 LpnY Me:,(· Spray- Head

II> ADACornplianl PI

June 8, 2007

EAF-1S0

EAF-150·ISM

The Optima if faucet

~ Bringing intelligence to Water

Sloan'~ Qptirna· ':'I ... EAF~ l50Series elsctronlc hand washj~g faucets operate b\;- means .·01 a dual inirar,ed sensor and microprocessor based logic'that utilize self,.adaptingtecilnoiogy ~Qensure superfor _petiqrrnance: Themodular design Incorporat13sall.tJ1 the operating c9~ponents- of the ip(jcet, Includjng the .sensor; sol enord,::circu!r:yandbatteN'abov'e'the

81 nk ,,;thin a dle-cpst rnetalspeut

Drain'. QPtimai-r EAF-150 series laucets include battery Batten! life is approximately three- (3)

rilis space

JDbN::Jrj18 ~

MDdelSpadfilld _

Q_ll"lnlitv _

224000 - 6

CALTECH DESIGN STANDARDS

Page P4b

I--Iand Washing Faucet for pre-tempered or

... Flow Rate

02,2 gprn/8.3 l.pmviax. Flow Aerator

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS II> Control Circuit ...

6 VDC~ includes Auto 'Set 11ang8 Adjustment and Low Batter:./ indicator LED

II> Sensor Range Nominal:

4" - 5" (102 nlml 2/ 1111n) Faucet Adaptive Self, adjustment Range:

2" ~ 14" (51 rrm ~'~5.6tnm) nominal

Power Supply

6 VDC ulhium 2CR5 battery.

Approximate 3 Y8Hf life

... Time Out Setting

2 minutes - - Maximum tirr.e taucet wdl

run eontinaousdetect'on (except

for models that are otherwise

set cqtltinuous l'Ufl).

i.'f-9!i¢k FEATLJRE

The i. a-cnc« is a that aIlO\J\.Is, the Continuous Run; Adjustment

Because the use, of the l.q.~Cfickfea.ture requires familiariTY with ihe faucet, thiS featUr~isnQl reCqmmended, for f~ucets,intended. tor-use .bythe ~eneral puqUc. m,e i;Q<9ficlf is idea! for use lri.hosnital rooms, ~xecutiywresi rooms and other ,loqat!Ql1s Whf3:t8 the prrnary user has :regul;3r:Qontact with the product.

ROUGH-IN EAF-150

Faucets with Single Line Water Supply

OPERATION As 11\,

June 8, 2007

EAF-150-ISM, EAF·150-ISM·ICAND EAF-150-ISM-DPU-IC

Faucets with Hot and Cold Water Supply

three Trim Trim Ptetes must be speclfled and ordered separately:

ETF-607·A

Trim PlaJeror 4" (102 mOl) Centerset Sink

ETF-608-A

(204 mm)

Copyright© 2006 Sloan ValveCornp:::.ny

SLOAN VALVE COMPANY • 105UO SEYMOUR.AVENUE • FRANKLIN PARK, IL 60131 Phone: 1-S00,g-VALVE-9 or 1-347-671-4300· Fax HOO-447-S329 Qr 1-84H71-4~80 • hltP:!IWWw;sloal1v~lve.cOIll

PLUMBING FIXTURES

PrinttidintheU's.A

Optima i:q,EAF-150 8,S. -.~ He''(O{,08/0G}

224000 - 7

CALTECH DESIGN STANDARDS

Page Sa

June 8, 2007

... Description

Exposed, Battery Powered, Sensor Activated, Royal' Optima' SMOOTH'· Urinal Flushometsr for %" top spud urinals,

... Flush Cycle

o Model 186 Water Saver (1,5 gpf/5] lIlf)

o ModeL 186-1_0 Low Consumption (1 ,0 9pf/S,B Lpf)

o Model 186,Q,5 (05 gpllt9 Lpf)

... Specifications

Quiet, Exposed, OiaphragmType, Chrome Plated Urinal Flushometer with the following features:

Flushometer

• PERMEX" Synthetic RUbber Diaphragm with Dual Filtered Fixed Bypass

• ADA Compliant Metal Oscillating Non-Hold-Open Handle with Triple Seal

Handle Packing

• %" IPS, Screwdriver Bak-Chek'· Angle Stop

• Free Spinning Vandal Resistant Stop Cap

• Adjustable Tailpiece

• High Back Pressure vaoucm Breaker Flush Connection withOnB-p;ece

Bottom Hex Coupling Nut

• Spud Coupling and Flange for %" Top Spud

• Sweat Solder Adapter w/Cover Tube and Cast Wall Flange wlSet Screw

• High Copper, LoW Zinc Brass Castings for Dezlncification Resistance

• Non-Hold-Open Handle, Fixed Metering Bypass and No External Volume Adjustment to Ensure Water Conservation

• Flush Accuracy Controlled by CID'" TeChilology

• Diaphragm, Handle Packing, StOP Seatand Vacuum Breaker molded from PERMEX" Rubber compound for Chloramine H$sistance

Optima SMOOTH Unit

• ADA Compliant OPTIMA" SMOOTH" Battery Powered lnlrared Sensor tor automatic 'Hands-free=operatlon

• Sensor with Automatic Range AdjUstment

Chrome Plated Metal Sensor HOUsing

• Mechanical Manual Override Flush Handle

• Four (4) Size C Batteries included , "Low Battery" Flashing LEO

• "User in View" Flashing LED

• 25 toaO psi Operating Range

Valve Body, Cover, Tailpiece and Control Stop shall be in contormancewith ASTM Alloy Classification (or Semi-Red Brass, Valve shall be in. compliance to the applicable sections GrASSE 1037, ANSI/ASME A112J92, and Military Specification V-29193,

... Variations

This space lor ArChitect/Engineer approval

]lIE informat'!Ofl contained inthr.s rlOCUmEn1 'is subjecl to cI)~r!g8 wi!!lDut notice

PLUMBING FIXTURES

... ADAComplianl

...

Automatic

Sloan SMOOTH'" equipped Flushometers prpvld$ the ultimate in sanitary protection and automatic operation. There is no need for AC hookups or wall alterations, The Flushometer operates by means of a battery powered infrared sensor, Once the user enters the sensor's effective range and then steps away, the SMOOTH" Unit initiates the flushing cycle to tlush the. fixture, State-of-the-art Technology enables activation Of a manual override without "double flushing" occurring as the user departs (locks out sensor for approximately 10 seconds)

... Hygienic

The Roy"I' Optima" SMOOTH '" Flushorneter is the next advancement in hygiene, It uses sensor technology to transform manual installations into electronic, hands-free operation. User makes no physical Contact with the Flushometer surface except to initiate the Overdo", Handle when required, Helps control the-spread of iNfectious diseases.

Ii" Economical

Automatic operation provides water Usage savings over other flushing devices. Heduces rnaintenance and operation posts, lnstallatiun and bWery replacement doss not require turning ottwetor to the valve.

Ii" Warranty 3YElW (limitod)

Royal Optima SIviOOTH 186 S,S, - Rey, 0 (12/05)

224000 - 8

CALTECH DESIGN STANDARDS

Page 5b

... Description

Exposed, Battery Powered, Sensor Activated, Royal" Optirna" SMOOTH'" Urinal FlushorneterJor ',14" top spud urinals

... Flush Cycle

o Model 186 Water Saver (1.5 OPf/57 Lpf)

o Mpdel 186-1.0 Low Consumption (1.0gpf!3,$ Lpf)

o Modell 86-{)5 (0,(; ,gpfJ1 ,9 Lpf)

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

... Control Circuit .... Battery Type
6VDC Input (4) Size C Alkaline
.... OPTIMA Sensor Type .,. BalteryLtfe
Active lntrared with Automatic 2 Years @ 4,000
Adjustment Flust\os/Monlh
.,. OPTIMA Sensor Range .... Indicator Ughts
Normal Range: User in View/Low Battery
26" - 32" (660 mm-813 mm) .... Operating Pressure
Hsduced Range: 25-80 psi (172-552 kPa.)
20" ·2()" (508 mmc()60 mm) DIMENSIONS

Side View

OPERATION

1_ A cootinuous, invisible light beam is emitted from the SMOOTH unit's Infrared Sensor,

2_ When the user enters the sensors effective range, !he Red LED light in the sensor window flashes for eight seconds, After eight seconds of sensing tile user, !he light will stop flashing and the unit waits for the user to step away before initiating a flu.h cycle,

3, When the user steps away, lha unit inttiates a nush CYCle, The untt then automaticallY resets and is r~adyfQllhe next user.

CENTERLINE OF FIXTURE

Top View

June 8, 2007

314'I,P,S, SUPPLY IDN 2QiJ\m)

Copynght © 2005 Sloan Valve Company

PlintatlillllieU,S.A.

SLOAN VALVE COMPANY., 10500 SEYMOUR AVENUE., FRANKLIN PARK, Il60131 Phone: 1-800·9'VALVE-9 or 1·847-6714300· Fax:.1-B00-447-8329 or 1-847-671.438() • www,$loanvalve • corn

PLUMBING FIXTURES

Royal Ilpiima SMOOTH 186 5.S. - Hev, 0 (12105)

224000 - 9

CALTECH DESIGN STANDARDS

Page 6a

June 8, 2007

;e~®

Optima" SMCEElTH'·

Side-fV!QQnl-OpetatQt-Over·The-Halldle

.. Description

Exposed, Battery Powered, Sensor Activated, Royal' Optima" SMOOTH" Water Closet Flushometer for floor mounted or wall hung top spud bowls.

.. Flush Cycle

o Model 110 Water Saver (3.5 gpf/1$.2 Lpf)

o Model 111 Low Consurnption (1.6 gpfli3;O lpt)

.. Specifications

Quiet, Exposed, Piaphragm Type, Chromo Plated Closet Flushometer with the following features:

Flushorooter

• PERMEX'" Synthetic Rubber Diaphragm with Dual Filtered Fixed Bypass

• ADA Compliant Metal OscUlating Non-He'd-Open Handle with Triple S"al

Handle Packing

• 1" I.P.S. Screwdriver Bak-Chek" Angle Stop

• Free Spinning Vandal Resistant Stop Cap

• Adjustable Tailpiece

• Higll Back Pressure Vacuum Breaker Flush Connection with One-piece

Bottom Hex Coupling Nut

• Spud Coupling and Flange for 1 '/2' Top Spud

• Sweat Solder Adapter w/Cover Tube and Cast Wall Flange w/Set Screw

• High Copper, Low Zinc Brass Castings for Dezlncflcatlon Resistance

• Non-Hold-Open Handle, Fixed Metering Bypass and No. E~emal Volume Adjuslment to Ensure Water Conservation

• Flush Accuracy Controlled by CID '" Technology

• Diaphraorn, Handle Packing, Stop Seat and Vacuum Breaker molded from PERMEX'" Rubber Compound tor Chloramine R(lsistance

Optima SMOOTH Una

• ADA Compliant OPTIMA" SMOOTH ,. Battery Powered Inlrared Sensor for automatic "Hands-free" operation

Sensor with Automatic Range Adjustment

• Chrome Plated Metal Sensor Housing

• Mechanical Manual Override Flush Handle

• Four (4) Size C Batteries included

• "Low Battery" Flashing LED

• "User in View" Flashing LED

• 45 to 80 psi Operating Range

Valve Body, Cover, Tailpiece and Control Stop shall be in conformance With ASTM AllOy Classification for Semi-Red Brass. Valve shall be in compliance to the applicable sections oi ASSE 1037, ANSIjASME A112.192, and Military SpeCification Vc29193.

.. Variations

This space for Architect/Engioeer approval

IJar1allNi$,SpeCiHed "' _ .. __ ..

icOOj,OC,OC.... ..... " ... __ " .. " ... __ ~_ .. _, .. _ .... .. _ .. __

INeMeC(.

rneuroereatcn contained In this documerlt is.subjecl to clla.ng8 wUhaut nouce,

PLUMBING FIXTURES

.. ADA Compliant .... Automatic

Sloan SMOOTH'" equipped Flushometers provide the ultimate in sanitary protection and automatic operation There is no need for AC hookups or wall alterations, The Flushometer operates by means of a battery powered infrared sensor Once the user enters the sensor's eitective range and then steps away, the SMOOTH'M Unit initiates the flushing cycle to fl0sh the fixture. State-of-the-art Technology enables acnvanon of a manual override without "double flushing" occurring as the user departs (IOCl\s out sensor for approximately 10 seconds)"

.. HygieniC

The Royal' Optima" SMOOTH'" Flushometer is. lite next advancement in hygiene. It uses sensor technology to transform manual instaliationsinto electronic; hands-free operation. User makes no physlcal contact with the Flusuornoter surface except to initiate the Override Handle When required. Helps control the spread of infectious diseases.

.. Economical

Automatic operation provides water usage savings over other flushing devices, Reduces maintenance and operation costs. Installation and battery replacement does not require turning ott water to the valve.

... Warrarny

,3 year (hmiterf)

Royal Optima SMOOTH 110/111 S.S. ~ Rev. 0 (12105)

224000 .. 10

CALTECH DESIGN STANDARDS

Page 6b

11

1

... Description

Exposed, Battery Powered, Sensor Activated, Royal' Optima" SMOOTW" Water Closet Flushometer for floor mounted or wall hung top spud bowls.

... Flosh Cycle

o Model 11 0 Water Saver (3.5 gpf/13.2 Lpj)

o Model 111 Low Consumption (1.6 gpf/6.0 Lpt)

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ... Control Circuit

6 VOC Input

... OPTIMA Sensor Type

Active Infrared with Automatic Adjustment

... OPTIMA Sensor Range Normal Range:

26" - 32"(660 mm-813 mm) Reduced Range:

20" - 26" (508 mm·ooO mm)

... Battery Type

(4) Size C Alkaline

... Battery Life

2 Years @4,000 Flushes/Month

... Indicator Lights

User in View(lQw Battery

... Operating Pressure 2iHlO psi (172C552 kPa)

DIMENSIONS

2V4"MIN, (67mm)

Side View

OPERATION

1. A continuous, Invisible light beam is em1tt~d from the SMOOTH unlrs InfraredS~n$or.

2. When the user enters tne sensors effective range, the Red LEO light In tf1e sensor window flashes for eight seconds. After eight seconds of sensing the user, the light Will stop flashing and tfle unff waits for Jhe user to step away before initiating a flusnCyQle.

3. When the user steps away, Ilie unit initiates a flush. cycle. Ihil unit then amOmalically resets and is ready for the next user.

CENTERLINE OF FIXTURE

Top View

June 8, 2007

1" I.P.S. SUPPLY (DN 25 mm)

Copyright @ 2005 Sloan vafve Company

Printed In the U.S.A.

SLOAN VALVE COMPANY· 10500 SEYMOUR AVENUE • FRANKLIN PARK, Il60131 Phone: 1-800.9·VALVE·9 or 1·84H71-4300 • Fax: 1.800-447-8329 or 1-847-671-4380· www.sloanvalve.com

PLUMBING FIXTURES

Royal Optima SMOOTH 111J/111 S.S. - Rey. 0 (12/D5)

224000 - 11

CALTECH DESIGN STANDARDS

June 8, 2007

226000 - GAS AND VACUUM FOR LABORATORY FACILITIES

A. Air Compressor System:

1. Unit shall be designed and built as follows:

a. Equipment compressed air system shall consist of multiple air cooled, oil-less reciprocating air compressors and a control module base; all part of a preassembled package. The control module base shall be constructed of a heavy gauge structural steel frame with forklift slots.

b. The following components shall be mounted on the control module base:

1) Air receiver.

2) Air dryer.

3) Control panel.

4) Compressed air filters.

5) Pressure reducing valve station.

6) Test port.

7) Main system shut-off valve.

2. The control module base shall have the same footprint dimensions as the base mounted compressors. Each of the components shall be designed to fit through a standard 36 inch doorway.

3. The package shall require only 2 plumbing connections (intake and discharge) and 2 electrical connections (1 to the control panel and 1 to the air dryers).

4. System to be factory tested and disassembled for shipping and installation at job site.

5. All piping shall be capped or plugged to prevent contamination during shipment and installation.

GAS AND VACUUM FOR LABORATORY FACILITIES

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