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763 Atlantic Blvd COMM20-0012 20 of 26 M4-MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONSGENERALTHE GENERAL MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS APPLY TO THE WORK SPECIFIED IN THIS SECTION.PROVIDE ALL LABOR, MATERIALS, SERVICES, EQUIPMENT AND APPLIANCES REQUIRED FOR THEFABRICATION, INSTALLATION, AND/OR RENOVATION OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS INCLUDING HEATING,VENTILATING, AIR CONDITIONING AND MISCELLANEOUS SYSTEMS AS INDICATED IN DESIGNDRAWINGS AND AS OUTLINED IN THESE SPECIFICATIONS.SCOPE OF WORK:FURNISH AND INSTALL COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS AS INDICATED ON THE DESIGNDRAWINGS AND AS OUTLINED WITHIN THESE SPECIFICATIONS. WORK SHALL INCLUDE BUT NOTBE LIMITED TO THE FABRICATION AND/OR INSTALLATION OF THE SCHEDULED AIR CONDITIONINGUNITS, EXHAUST FANS, AIR DISTRIBUTION AND DUCTWORK.CLEANING, TESTING AND ADJUSTING:THE MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR, AT HIS EXPENSE, SHALL CLEAN, REPAIR, ADJUST, CHECK,BALANCE, AND PLACE IN SERVICE THE VARIOUS SYSTEMS HEREIN SPECIFIED WITH THEIRRESPECTIVE EQUIPMENT, ACCESSORIES AND PIPING. HE SHALL FURNISH ALL LABOR, MATERIALS,EQUIPMENT, AND TOOLS REQUIRED TO PERFORM TESTS REQUIRED BY THESE SPECIFICATIONS ANDBY THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES.NO WORK SHALL BE COVERED OR CONCEALED UNTIL PROPERLY INSPECTED AND TESTED.ALL STRUCTURAL IMPACT TO EXISTING OR PROPOSED BUILDING SHALL BE REVIEWED ANDAPPROVED BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER OF RECORD.TESTING:ADJUST THE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS, VENTILATING SYSTEMS, FANS, ETC., TO DELIVER NOTLESS THAN THE REQUIRED AIR QUANTITY WITH QUANTITIES IN EXCESS TO BE SUBJECT TO THEAPPROVAL OF THE ENGINEER IF FOUND TO NOT HAVE OBJECTIONABLE EFFECTS SUCH AS NOISE,DRAFTS, OR MOTOR OVERLOAD. TEST AND BALANCE SHALL COMPLY WITH SECTION C408 OFFBCEC (6TH EDITION).PRIOR APPROVAL BY THE ENGINEER OF TESTING AND BALANCING CONTRACTOR IS REQUIRED.THIS CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE THREE (3) COPIES OF A TEST AND BALANCE REPORT TO THEENGINEER AT TIME OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION INSPECTION. THE REPORT SHALL BE PREPAREDBY A CONTRACTOR CERTIFIED BY ASSOCIATED AIR BALANCE COUNCIL OR NATIONALENVIRONMENTAL BALANCING BUREAU.THE TEST AND BALANCE REPORT SHALL BE TYPEWRITTEN AND CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING DATA:1.DATE, TIME, WEATHER, WHEN TEST TAKEN.2.AIR CAPACITIES AT EACH UNIT INCLUDING OUTSIDE AIR. (ENTERING AND LEAVING DB/WB)3.STATIC PRESSURE THROUGH UNITS AND UNIT COMPONENTS.4.MOTOR OPERATING VOLTAGE AND AMPERAGE.5.DRIVE TYPES, SIZES AND SPEED RANGE.6.IDENTIFICATION OF ALL AIR TERMINAL DEVICES WITH DESIGN CFM AND ACTUAL CFM.ADDITIONALLY, SYSTEMS DRAWING CLEARLY MARKED TO IDENTIFY LOCATION OF EQUIPMENT ANDAIR DEVICES TESTED SHALL BE PROVIDED ALONG WITH THE WRITTEN TEST AND BALANCE REPORT.MAINTENANCE MANUALSCONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE COMPLETE MAINTENANCE MANUALS TO THE OWNER (3 REQUIRED)ON ALL NEW EQUIPMENT. ORGANIZE OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE DATA INTO SUITABLE SETSOF MANAGEABLE SIZE. BIND PROPERLY INDEXED DATA INTO INDIVIDUAL, HEAVY-DUTY, 2-INCH,3-RING VINYL COVERED BINDERS WITH POCKET FOLDERS FOR FOLDED SHEET INFORMATION.MARK APPROPRIATE IDENTIFICATION ON FRONT AND SPINE OF EACH BINDER. INCLUDE THEFOLLOWING TYPES OF INFORMATION. THE INFORMATION WILL BE TURNED OVER TO THE OWNERAT TIME OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION:-OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS-SPARE PARTS LIST-COPIES OF WARRANTIES-WIRING DIAGRAMS-INSPECTION REPORTS AND APPROVALS-SHOP DRAWINGS AND PRODUCT DATA-TEST AND BALANCE INFORMATIONTRAINING SERVICESTHOROUGHLY INSTRUCT THE OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE IN THE OPERATION OF ALL EQUIPMENTFURNISHED AND LOCATION OF ALL VALVES AND CONTROL DEVICES.TRAIN BUILDING OWNER'S PERSONNEL DURING NORMAL WORKING HOURS ON STARTUP ANDSHUTDOWN PROCEDURES, TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES, SERVICING AND PREVENTATIVEMAINTENANCE SCHEDULE AND PROCEDURES. REVIEW WITH THE OWNER'S PERSONNEL, THE DATACONTAINED IN THE OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS. SCHEDULE TRAINING WITH OWNER,PROVIDE AT LEAST 7-DAYS PRIOR NOTICE TO ARCHITECT/ENGINEER.HANGERS AND SUPPORTSPROVIDE ALL NECESSARY HANGER RODS, CLAMPS AND ATTACHMENTS TO PROPERLY INSTALL ANDSUPPORT DUCTWORK, PIPING AND EQUIPMENT FROM THE BUILDING STRUCTURE.PROVIDE ANY ANGLE IRON OR UNISTRUT AND SUSPENSION RODS REQUIRED TO INSTALLEQUIPMENT, PIPING AND DUCTWORK.ALL SUPPORTS EXPOSED TO OUTDOORS SHALL BE CLEANED, PRIMED AND PAINTED TO PREVENTRUSTING. FINISH COLOR AS SELECTED BY OWNER.THE USE OF BALING WIRE OR PERFORATED METAL STRAPPING IS NOT ACCEPTABLE FORSUPPORTS.WARRANTY/GUARANTEE:THE CONTRACTOR SHALL WARRANTY/GUARANTEE AND MAINTAIN THE STABILITY OF WORK ANDMATERIALS AND KEEP SAME IN PERFECT REPAIR AND CONDITION FOR THE PERIOD OF ONE (1)YEAR.DEFECTS OF ANY KIND DUE TO FAULTY WORK OR MATERIALS APPEARING DURING THE ABOVEMENTIONED PERIOD MUST BE IMMEDIATELY MADE GOOD BY THE CONTRACTOR AT HIS OWNEXPENSE TO THE ENTIRE SATISFACTION OF THE OWNER AND ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER. SUCHRECONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRS SHALL INCLUDE ALL DAMAGE TO THE FINISH OR FURNISHING OFTHE BUILDING RESULTING FROM THE ORIGINAL DEFECT OR REPAIRS THERETO.SUBSTITUTIONS:EQUIPMENT MODEL NUMBER AND DESIGN OF SYSTEMS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS AND WITHINTHESE SPECIFICATIONS SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS "STANDARD QUALITY OF MANUFACTURE".EQUAL PRODUCTS, AS APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER, WILL BE ACCEPTABLE FROM OTHERMANUFACTURERS. SUBSTITUTIONS WITHOUT WRITTEN APPROVAL OF THE ENGINEER IS NOTACCEPTABLE. ALL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE NEW UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, FREE OF DEFECTS, ASSHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS OR INDICATED IN SPECIFICATIONS.DEVIATIONS FROM SPECIFIED EQUIPMENT AFFECTING ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS SHALL BECOORDINATED BETWEEN VENDOR, MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR, AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORPRIOR TO SUBMITTING BIDS. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL NOT BE CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF BID AT ALATER TIME. IN ADDITION, THE MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLEFOR ANY AND ALL CHANGES TO ENGINEERING PLANS REQUIRED BY AUTHORITY HAVINGJURISDICTION.APPLICABLE CODES/STANDARDS:-FLORIDA BUILDING CODE - BUILDING (6TH EDITION) 2017.-FLORIDA BUILDING CODE - MECHANICAL (6TH EDITION) 2017.-FLORIDA BUILDING CODE - PLUMBING (6TH EDITION) 2017.-FLORIDA BUILDING CODE - ENERGY CONSERVATION (6TH EDITION) 2017.-FLORIDA FIRE PREVENTION CODE (6TH EDITION) 2017.-THE CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN ALL REQUIRED PERMITS, INSPECTIONS AND PAY ALL FEES.SHOP DRAWINGS AND SUBMITTALS:SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS AND MANUFACTURER'S DATA FOR ALL NEW EQUIPMENT FOR ENGINEER'SAPPROVAL PRIORTO PURCHASE AND/OR FABRICATION. SHOP DRAWINGS FOR EQUIPMENT REQUIRING ELECTRIC POWER ORCONTROL WIRING SHALL INCLUDE COMPLETE WIRING DIAGRAMS.HVAC CONTRACTORS SHALL SUBMIT COMPLETE DUCTWORK SHOP DRAWINGS FOR REVIEW BY THEENGINEER. SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL INCLUDE COORDINATION WITH GENERAL CONTRACTORREGARDING EXACT OPENINGS REQUIRED IN EXTERIOR WALLS. THE DUCTWORK SHOP DRAWINGSWILL ONLY BE REVIEWED FOR COMPLIANCE WITH DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS. DRAWINGS WILLNOT BE CHECKED FOR COORDINATION WITH OTHER TRADES OR BUILDINGS STRUCTURE. IT ISTHE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTORS TO COORDINATE AND VERIFY ROUTING AND EXACTLOCATION OF SYSTEM COMPONENTS.SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION:PROVIDE IDENTIFICATION LABELS ON OR NEAR EACH PIECE OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT AND EACHOPERATION DEVICE AND DISCONNECT. LABELS SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED OF ENGRAVED PLASTICLAMINATE SIGN OR PLASTIC EQUIPMENT MARKER PERMANENTLY SECURED TO EQUIPMENT.LETTERING SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 1/2 INCH HIGH FOR EQUIPMENT NAME AND 3/8 INCHHIGH FOR EQUIPMENT INFORMATION.VALVES SHALL BE TAGGED USING PLASTIC LAMINATE TAGS SECURED WITH BRASS CHAINSINDICATING THE VALVE SIZE, SERVICE AND FUNCTION.EXECUTION:ALL LOCATIONS OF EQUIPMENT, DUCTWORK, PIPING, ETC., INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS ISDIAGRAMMATIC AND SHALL BE FOLLOWED AS CLOSELY AS POSSIBLE TO THE PLANS SUBJECT TOBUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND INTERFERENCES WITH OTHER TRADES. CONTRACTOR ISRESPONSIBLE FOR ANY FIELD MEASUREMENTS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE AN APPROVED ANDFUNCTIONAL INSTALLATION.COORDINATE WITH OTHER TRADES AND FIELD-VERIFY EXISTING CONDITIONS FOR EXACT LOCATIONAND ROUTING OF SYSTEMS. PROVIDE OFFSETS, TRANSITIONS AND ADAPTORS AS REQUIRED.NOT ALL COMPONENTS REQUIRED FOR A COMPLETE INSTALLATION ARE SHOWN ON THESEDRAWINGS. REFER TO EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION, SCHEDULES AND APPLICABLECODES FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, INCLUDING REQUIRED CONNECTION LOCATIONS, TYPES ANDSIZES.PERFORM ALL WORK NECESSARY TO PREPARE THE STRUCTURE FOR THE INSTALLATION OF THEWORK. ALL HOLES, OPENINGS AND DAMAGED MATERIALS CREATED DURING CONSTRUCTION SHALLBE REPAIRED. ALL PENETRATIONS SHALL BE SLEEVED AND SEALED SO AS TO BE WATER AND AIRTIGHT.PIPING:CONDENSATE DRAINS:CONDENSATE PIPE TO BE TYPE L COPPER OR SCHEDULE 40 PVC. ROUTE AS INDICATED ONPLANS. UNITS 3 TONS AND SMALLER MAY DRAIN TO GRADE, ELSE COORDINATE WITH PLUMBERTO PROVIDE HUB DRAIN(S) IN MECHANICAL ROOM AND DRYWELL(S). HVAC CONTRACTOR TOPROVIDE P-TRAP AT UNIT SIZED FOR 2" GREATER THAN UNIT STATIC PRESSURE. PROVIDECLEANOUT AT UNIT FOR SUSPENDED HORIZONTAL AIR HANDLERS. INSULATE CONDENSATE PIPEWITH 1/2" ARMAFLEX (OR EQUAL) INSULATION RATED FOR PLENUM APPLICATION COMPLY WITHSECTION 602 FBCM 6TH EDITION(2017). CONDENSATE DRAIN LINE SHALL BE NOT LESS THANTHE EQUIPMENT DRAIN LINE SIZE AND IN NO CASE LESS THAN 3/4" PIPE SIZE. DRAIN LINESHALL SLOPE A MINIMUM OF 1/8" PER FOOT TOWARDS DRAIN. TERMINATION POINT SHALLBE COMPLY WITH FBCM 6TH EDITION(2017) SECTION 307.2.1.REFRIGERANT PIPING:PIPING SHALL BE SEAMLESS MULLER STREAMLINE TYPE ACR(HARD OR ANNEALED), (STRAIGHTLENGTH OR COIL) COMPLY WITH ASTM B 280. WHERE APPROVED, COPPER TUBE FORREFRIGERANT PIPING ERECTED ON THE PREMISES SHALL BE SEAMLESS COPPER TUBE OF TYPEK, L, OR M (DRAWN OR ANNEALED), (STRAIGHT LENGTH OR COIL) IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM B88. ANNEALED TEMPERED COPPER TUBE SHALL NOT BE USED IN SIZES LARGER THAN A 2 INCHNOMINAL SIZE. FITTINGS SHALL BE MUELLER OR NIBCO WROUGHT COPPER LONG RADIUSREFRIGERATION TYPE.WORKMANSHIP ON THESE SYSTEMS MUST BE GOOD, AND CLEANLINESS OF PIPING SYSTEMS ISMANDATORY. WORK THAT DOES NOT MEET THESE CRITERIA SHALL BE REMOVED AND REPLACEDAT NO COST TO THE OWNER. THE ENGINEER SHALL DETERMINE WHETHER THE WORK MEETSTHESE CRITERIA.COVER ALL EXPOSED LIQUID LINES AND ALL SUCTION PIPING (INDOORS AND OUTDOORS),FITTINGS, VALVES, ETC., CONTINUOUS THROUGH SLEEVES, HANGERS, ETC., WITH 3/4"FR/ARMAFLEX. INSTALLATION SHALL BE CONDENSATION FREE AND INSTALLED ACCORDING TOMANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. PAINT ALL INSULATION EXPOSED TO OUTDOORS WITH UVPROTECTIVE PAINT PER MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDATIONS.REFRIGERANT PIPING BELOW GRADE SHALL BE ROUTED THROUGH MINIMUM 4" DIAMETER PVCPIPE SLEEVES TO EACH CONDENSING UNIT. ALL UNDERGROUND REFRIGERANT PIPING SHALL BECONTINUOUS SOFT DRAWN TUBING WITH NO UNDERGROUND JOINTS ALLOWED. REFRIGERANT PIPESIZES SHALL BE SIZED PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATION BASED ON LENGTH OF RUNBETWEEN CONDENSING UNITS AND AHU'S.PIPING ROUTED ALONG BUILDING EXTERIOR WALL SHALL BE PROTECTED BY SHEET METALHOUSING SECURELY ATTACHED TO WALL AT 8'-0" INTERVALS AND PAINTED TO MATCH BUILDINGEXTERIOR.TRAP OIL IN SUCTION LINE AT EVAPORATOR COIL. NO OTHER COIL TRAPS PERMITTED. PROVIDESUCTION RISERS, CHECK VALVES, SOLENOID VALVES, OR OTHER DEVICES REQUIRED IN PIPINGSYSTEM BY MANUFACTURER'S INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.FURNISH ALL LABOR AND MATERIALS TO REPLACE REFRIGERANT LOST DURING THE ONE YEARWARRANTY PERIOD.REFRIGERATION INSULATION SPECIFICATION:1- INSULATION SHALL BE A FLEXIBLE, CLOSED-CELL ELASTOMERIC PIPE INSULATION:AP ARMAFLEX, AC ACCOFLEX. ADHESIVE SHALL BE ARMAFLEX 520, 520 BLACK OR 520 BLVADHESIVE. THE INSULATION MUST CONFORM TO ASTM C534 GRADE 1, TYPE I.2- INSULATION MATERIALS SHALL HAVE A CLOSED CELL STRUCTURE TO PREVENT MOISTUREFROM WICKING WHICH MAKES IT AN EFFICIENT INSULATION.3- INSULATION MATERIALS SHALL BE MANUFACTURED WITHOUT THE USE OF CFC'S, HFC'S ORHCFC'S. IT IS ALSO FORMALDEHYDE FREE, LOW VOCS, FIBER FREE, DUST FREE ANDRESISTS MOLD AND MILDEW.4- INSULATION MATERIALS SHALL HAVE A FLAME-SPREAD INDEX OF LESS THAN 25 AND ASMOKE-DEVELOPED INDEX OF LESS THAN 50 AS TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTME 84. IN ADDITION, THE PRODUCTS, WHEN TESTED, SHALL NOT MELT OR DRIPFLAMING PARTICLES, AND THE FLAME SHALL NOT BE PROGRESSIVE.5- INSULATION MATERIALS SHALL HAVE A MAXIMUM THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF 0.27BTU-IN./H-FT2-°F AT A 75°F MEAN TEMPERATURE AS TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITHASTM C 177 OR ASTM C 518.6- INSULATION MATERIALS SHALL HAVE A MAXIMUM WATER VAPOR TRANSMISSION OF 0.08PERM-INCHES WHEN TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM E 96, PROCEDURE A.7- ALL LIQUID AND SUCTION LINES SHALL BE INSULATED CONTINUOUSLY FROM A POINT 6"INSIDE THE DISPLAY CASE TO THE SUCTION SERVICE VALVE AT THE COMPRESSOR.8- ALL INSULATION MATERIAL AND CONDUCTIVITY AND THICKNESS SHALL COMPLY WITH SECTIONC403.2.10 FBCEC(6th EDITION).PIPE HANGERS AND SUPPORTS:PIPE HANGERS, WHERE NEEDED, SHALL BE GRINNEL #260 CLEVIS TYPE, 5'-0" ON CENTER,SECURELY ATTACHED TO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION. SPACE AT MIN. 5'-0" INTERVALS.PIPE SUPPORT:ATTACH LINES SECURELY ALONG PAD/FLOOR/EQUIPMENT/STRUCTURE TO PREVENT MOVEMENT.SUPPORT IN A MANNER THAT LINES DO NOT HANG FROM EVAPORATOR CONNECTIONS OR BLOCKACCESS TO FILTERS, CONTROLS, ETC.PIPE SUPPORTS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE TO TABLE 305.4 OF 6TH EDITION FBCM 2017.AIR CONDITIONING UNITS (DX SPLIT):UNITS SHALL BE SPLIT SYSTEM AIR-TO-AIR ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONING UNITS AND HEAT PUMPSAS SCHEDULED ON DRAWINGS. UNITS WITH INTEGRAL ELECTRIC RESISTANCE HEATERS SHALLHAVE A SINGLE-POINT ELECTRIC CONNECTION.TOTAL COOLING CAPACITY OF THE UNITS SHALL BE AS SCHEDULED ON DRAWINGS. UNIT CABINETSHALL BE CONSTRUCTED OF GALVANIZED STEEL, BONDED AND COATED WITH BAKED ENAMEL.CABINET INSULATION SHALL COMPLY WITH FLORIDA ENERGY CODE.PROVIDE E-COAT PROTECTIONFOR COILS OR ANY ALTERNATIVE FOR SEA COAST PROTECTIONFOR CONDENSING UNITS, PACKAGED,PTAC OR ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS LOCATED NEAR SEA COAST.FANS AND MOTORS - THE INDOOR AIR FANS SHALL BE OF THE FORWARD-CURVED CENTRIFUGALCLASS 1 TYPE. MOTOR AND DRIVE TO PROVIDE HIGHER FAN OUTPUT WHEN JOB REQUIREMENTSEXCEED STANDARD FAN CAPACITY SHALL BE PROVIDED.COOLING SYSTEM SHALL BE PROTECTED BY LOSS OF CHARGE PROTECTION, HIGH AND LOWPRESSURE SENSORS, COMPRESSOR MOTOR OVERLOADS, AND A TIMING DEVICE WHICH WILLPROHIBIT THE COMPRESSOR MOTOR FROM BEING SUBJECTED TO A STARTING CURRENT MORETHAN ONCE EVERY FIVE MINUTES.HEAT PUMP/CONDENSING UNIT INSTALLATION:PROVIDE CONCRETE PADS FOR GRADE MOUNTED CONDENSING UNITS. PADS SHALL BE AMINIMUM OF 4" THICK, 3,000 PSI CONCRETE, AND SHALL BE 4" LARGER ON EACH SIDE THANTHE FOOTPRINT OF THE CONDENSING UNIT. VERIFY UNIT DIMENSIONS WITH APPROVED SHOPDRAWINGS PRIOR TO FABRICATION OF PADS.EXHAUST FANS:FURNISH EXHAUST FANS WITH PERFORMANCE AND CAPACITIES AS LISTED ON THE DESIGNDRAWINGS.COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECT TO LOCATE EXHAUST FANS, EXHAUST GRILLES, WALL OR ROOFCAPS A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF 10'-0" FROM ANY OPERABLE WINDOW, DOOR OR FRESH AIRINTAKE.AIR DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT:FURNISH SUPPLY AIR GRILLES AND RETURN AIR REGISTERS WITH OPPOSED BLADE BALANCINGDAMPERS AS SCHEDULED ON THE DESIGN DRAWINGS.GRILLES, REGISTERS, AND CEILING DIFFUSERS SHALL BE FURNISHED AS SCHEDULED ON THEDESIGN DRAWINGS AND SHALL BE ALL ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.AIR DISTRIBUTION SHALL NOT EXCEED NC-30 NOISE CRITERIA AS DEFINED IN THE LATESTASHRAE GUIDE.ROOF TOP UNITS EQUIPMENTS:GUARDS SHALL BE PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 304.11 OF FBCM 6TH EDITION2017 WHERE APPLIANCES, EQUIPMENT, FANS OR OTHER COMPONENTS THAT REQUIRE SERVICEAND ROOF HATCH OPENINGS ARE LOCATED WITHIN 10 FEET (3048 MM) OF A ROOF EDGE OROPEN SIDE OF A WALKING SURFACE AND SUCH EDGE OR OPEN SIDE IS LOCATED MORE THAN30 INCHES (762 MM) ABOVE THE FLOOR, ROOF OR GRADE BELOW. THE GUARD SHALL EXTENDNOT LESS THAN 30 INCHES (762 MM) BEYOND EACH END OF SUCH APPLIANCES, EQUIPMENT,FANS, COMPONENTS AND ROOF HATCH OPENINGS AND THE TOP OF THE GUARD SHALL BELOCATED NOT LESS THAN 42 INCHES (1067 MM) ABOVE THE ELEVATED SURFACE ADJACENT TOTHE GUARD. THE GUARD SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED SO AS TO PREVENT THE PASSAGE OF A21-INCH-DIAMETER (533 MM) SPHERE AND SHALL COMPLY WITH THE LOADING REQUIREMENTSFOR GUARDS SPECIFIED IN THE FLORIDA BUILDING CODE, BUILDING.VIBRATION ISOLATION:ALL BLOWER UNITS AND VIBRATING TYPE EQUIPMENT SHALL BE PROPERLY FITTED WITH MASONINDUSTRIES VIBRATION ISOLATION EQUIPMENT SIZED IN ACCORDANCE WITH EQUIPMENT WEIGHTAND DUTY.PROVIDE FLEXIBLE CONNECTORS AT ALL SUPPLY AND RETURN CONNECTIONS TO AIR HANDLINGEQUIPMENT CONSISTING OF HEAVY CANVAS OR NEOPRENE FABRIC WITH AIRTIGHT SEAMS ANDCONNECTIONS TO THE EQUIPMENT.AIR FILTERS:FILTERS SHALL BE 1" FIBERGLASS MEDIA THROW AWAY TYPE IN A RIGID FRAME WITH ASUPPORTING MAZE ACROSS BOTH ENTERING AND LEAVING SURFACES. SUPPLY ONE COMPLETESET OF FILTERS AFTER OWNER'S FINAL ACCEPTANCE. FARR 30/30 OR EQUAL.DUCTWORK:ALL DIMENSIONS ARE INSIDE NET FREE AREA. SEE FLOOR PLAN FOR SPECIFIED MATERIAL,MATERIALS:A. LOW PRESSURE SUPPLY AND RETURN DUCTWORK AND DUCTWORK SPECIFIED ON PLANS SHALL BEDUCTBOARD (FIBERGLASS) EQUAL TO MANSVILLE FR-800 (SUPERDUCT). PROVIDE MINIMUM "R" VALUE OF 4.2 FOR DUCTS INSTALLED IN CONDITIONED SPACE AND 6.0 FOR DUCT INSTALLED IN UNCONDITIONEDSPACE. DUCTWORK SHALL BE LINED WITH ANTI MICROBIAL COATING. SEAL ALL JOINTS WITHGLASS FABRIC AND MASTIC. TAPE ALONE IS NOT ALLOWED.C.SUPPLY AND RETURN DUCTWORK, OUTSIDE AIR AND EXHAUST DUCTS OR DUCTWORKSPECIFIED ON PLANS SHALL BE GALVANIZED SHEET METAL PER SMACNA STANDARD AND DETAILS. SEAL ALL JOINTS WITH GLASS FABRIC AND MASTIC. TAPE ALONE IS NOT ALLOWED.WET EXHAUST DUCTS SHALL BE ALUMINUM OR STAINLESS STEEL SHEET METAL.ADJUSTABLE SPLITTERS AND DAMPERS SHALL BE INSTALLED IN EVERY SPLIT AND BRANCH DUCTAND SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH LOCKING QUADRANTS ON EXPOSED OR IN ACCESSIBLE AREAS OFTHE DUCT FOR EASE OF OPERATION. ACCESS PANELS OR YOUNG REGULATORS SHALL BEPROVIDED WHERE DAMPERS ARE INSTALLED ABOVE HARD CEILINGS OR IN SOFFITS.ELBOWS OR CHANGES IN DUCT DIRECTION GREATER THAN 45 DEGREES SHALL BE FITTED WITHAIR TURNS CONSISTING OF CURVED AIRFOIL BLADES OR VANES WHICH WILL PERMIT THE AIR TOMAKE ABRUPT TURNS WITHOUT APPRECIABLE TURBULENCE.FLEXIBLE DUCTWORK SHALL BE ACOUSTICAL LOW PRESSURE TYPE WITH INTERIOR LINER, METALHELIX, FIBERGLASS INSULATION WITH AN R-VALUE OF 6.0 OR GREATER, AND COPOLYMERSEAMLESS OUTSIDE SLEEVE. THE ENTIRE FLEXIBLE DUCT ASSEMBLY SHALL BE LISTED INACCORDANCE WITH UL-181 CLASS 1 AIR DUCT MATERIAL. THE MAXIMUM LENGTH OF ANY FLEXDUCT SHALL BE 8'-0". FLEXIBLE DUCTWORK SHALL MEET THE FLORIDA MODEL ENERGYEFFICIENCY CODE. ALL JOINTS AT CONNECTIONS TO DIFFUSERS AND DUCTWORK SHALL BESEALED WITH GLASS FABRIC AND MASTIC.INSTALL DUCTWORK INDICATED ON DRAWINGS, MAKING NECESSARY CHANGES IN CROSS-SECTIONSAND OFFSETS, WHETHER OR NOT SPECIFICALLY INDICATED.SPIRAL DUCTWORK SHALL BE SIMILAR TO "SEMCO" MODEL SL(85)P LOW PRESSURE.PROVIDE U.L.LISTED FIRE,SMOKE OR COMBINATION FIRE SMOKE DAMPER IN ALL PENETRATIONS OFRATED SURFACES PER PER SECTION 607 FBCM (6TH EDITION 2017) AND IN ACCORDANCE WITHTHE MANUFACTURER'S WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS AND THE U.L. LISTING REQUIREMENTS. INTERLOCKTHE UNIT WITH FIRE ALARM SYSTEM.INSULATION:SHALL BE AS MANUFACTURED BY CERTAINTEED, OWENS-CORNING, MANVILLE, PITTSBURGHCORNING, ARMSTRONG, OR APPROVED EQUAL. INSULATION SUNDRIES AND ADHESIVES SHALL BEAS MANUFACTURED BY BENJAMIN FOSTER, CHILDERS, VIMASCO, OR APPROVED EQUAL. ALLINSULATION SHALL BE SUITABLE FOR INSTALLATION IN A RETURN AIR PLENUM.INSULATE ALL SHEETMETAL DUCTWORK EXCEPT EXHAUST DUCTWORK EXTERNALLY WITH MANVILLER SERIES MICROLITE TYPE 75 OR 100 INSULATION OR APPROVED. INSULATION TO HAVE TYPE IIFSK FACING AND UL FIRE HAZARD CLASSIFICATION OF FLAME SPREAD 25/SMOKE DEVELOPED50/FUEL CONTRIBUTED 50. INSTALL INSULATION PER SMACNA, FLORIDA MODEL ENERGYEFFICIENCY CODE AND MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. ALL INSULATION JOINTS SHALL BESEALED WITH GLASS FABRIC AND MASTIC.MINIMUM INSULATION REQUIREMENTS AS FOLLOWS:-SUPPLY AND RETURN AIR UNCONDITIONED: 2" (R-4.2 MIN)-OUTSIDE AIR: 2" (R-6 MIN)PROVIDE ALL EXTERIOR INSULATION DUCTWORK OR PIPING EXPOSED TO THE OUTDOORS WITH AMINIMUM 8 MIL THICK ALUMINUM OR PVC JACKET.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR FURNISHING AND INSTALLING ADEQUATE AND PROPERINSULATION AND MOISTURE-SEAL IN A MANNER THAT WILL PERMANENTLY PREVENT THEACCUMULATION OF ANY OBJECTIONABLE MOISTURE ON THE EXTERIOR OF AIR CONDITIONINGUNITS, REFRIGERANT PIPING, CONDENSATE DRAIN PIPING, AIR DUCTS OR OTHER PARTS OF THESYSTEM. CONTRACTOR SHALL CORRECT THE CAUSE OF ANY CONDENSATION AND FULLY REPAIR,WITHOUT COST TO THE OWNER, ANY DAMAGES TO BUILDING SURFACES, FURNISHINGS OREQUIPMENT CAUSED BY CONDENSATION FROM THIS SYSTEM, FOR THE FULL PERIOD OFGUARANTEE.INSULATION PROTECTIONPER FBCEC SECTION C403.2.9.1.2 6TH EDITION 2017 INSULATION SHALL BE PROTECTED FROMDAMAGE, INCLUDING THAT DUE TO SUNLIGHT, MOISTURE, EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND WIND,BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:1. INSULATION EXPOSED TO WEATHER SHALL BE SUITABLE FOR OUTDOOR SERVICE, E.G., PROTECTED BY ALUMINUM, SHEET METAL, PAINTED CANVAS OR PLASTIC COVER. CELLULAR FOAM INSULATION SHALL BE PROTECTED AS ABOVE ORPAINTED WITH A COATING THAT IS WATER RETARDANT AND PROVIDES SHIELDING FROM SOLAR RADIATION THAT CAN CAUSE DEGRADATION OF THE MATERIAL.2. INSULATION COVERINGCOOLING DUCTS LOCATED OUTSIDE THE CONDITIONED SPACE SHALL INCLUDE A VAPORRETARDANT LOCATED OUTSIDE THE INSULATION (UNLESS THE INSULATION IS INHERENTLY VAPORRETARDANT), ALL PENETRATIONS AND JOINTS OF WHICH SHALL BE SEALED.CONTROLS:FACTORY MOUNTED CONTROL SHALL BE PROVIDED TO ACCOMPLISH THE SEQUENCE OFOPERATION. ALL INTERIOR CONTROLS SHALL BE FACTORY FURNISHED AND INSTALLED.PROVIDE ALL 24 VOLT WIRING BETWEEN CONTROL DEVICES AS NECESSARY TO MAKE COMPLETEAND OPERATION SYSTEM. PROVIDE 110/24 VAC TRANSFORMERS AS REQUIRED. COORDINATE WITHDIVISION 16 FOR 120V POWER ROUGH-IN, CONTROL, POWER AND WIRING. 24 VOLT WIRING SHALLBE PLENUM RATED CABLE.-NFPA LATEST EDITION.-SMACNA DUCT CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS.-ASHRAE STANDARD 62.1 (2013)-NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (2014)-ASHRAE STANDARD 90.1 (2013)B. LOW PRESSURE SUPPLY AND RETURN DUCTWORK SPECIFIED ON PLANS SHALL BE SINGLE WALL GALVANIZED SHEET METAL AND CONSTRUCTED PER SMACNA STANDARD AND DETAILS CHAPTER 3. SEAL ALL JOISTS WITH GLASS FABRIC AND MASTIC. TAPE ALONE IS NOT ALLOWED. SEE INSULATION SECTION FOR SPECIFICATION AND R-VALUE. REVISIONSPROJECT NUMBER:ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN & DRAWING SERVICES# AA 26001108BRIAN P. FREDLEY, ASSOC. AIA, PROJECT MANAGERDALLAS B. PEACOCK, AIA, ARCHITECT# AR 0009706207 FAIRVIEW AVENUE, DAYTONA BEACH, FL, 32114PH: (386) 257-0502 FX: (386) 257-1050E-MAIL: bpfdesign@cfl.rr.com WEBSITE: bpfdesign.netDATE:SHT NO.ARCHITECT'S / ENGINEER'S SEALSCALE: AS SHOWN#1325 S. Bumby Ave. Orlando, Florida 32806PH: (407) 896 7411 / FX: (407) 896 7412EMAIL: epgroup@att.netCA#8126MTF2003903/19/2020CURALEAF ATLANTIC BEACH - INTERIOR MODIFICATION MEDICAL MARIJUANA FACILITYM-4MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONSGENERAL CONTRACTOR: T.B.DPROJECT LOCATION: 763 ATLANTIC BEACH BOULEVARD, UNIT 1, ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233OWNER/DEVELOPER: : CURTIS BARKMAN, DIRECTOR OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT, PALLIATECH, INC., 301 EDGEWATER PLACE, SUITE 405, WAKEFIELD, MA 01880 PH:(781)451-0160Farshad Antikchi, P.E.#72998