VA 21 10 00
WATER-BASED FIRE-SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS
|Publication Date:||1 September 2011|
A. The design and installation of a hydraulically calculated automatic fire sprinkler system complete and ready for operation, for // the entire building // including the penthouse, mechanical equipment rooms, attic space, elevator machine rooms, elevator pits, linen and trash chutes, and accessible shafts.
B. The design and installation of a standpipe system combined with the sprinkler system.
C. Installation of a new fire pump, // sized to meet the system flow and pressure per NFPA 14, NFPA 13 and NFPA 20 the latest editions // to provide // 430 kPa (65 psi) // 690 kPa (100 psi) // at the top of standpipe // and // sized to meet the sprinkler flow and pressure requirements.//
D. Installation of new sectional valves in the sprinkler/standpipe system feed mains as indicated on the drawings.
E. Modification of the existing // sprinkler // and //standpipe// systems as indicated on the drawings.// Size system by pipe schedule in accordance with NFPA 13 and NFPA 14 the latest editions.//
F. Existing piping to be reused, replaced or removed as indicated on the drawings. Removal of piping to include all valves, flow switches, supervisory devices, hangers, supports, and associated fire alarm system conduit and wire.
G. Existing occupant-use hose racks, valves, and accessible piping to be disconnected from their supply, drained, removed, and all remaining inaccessible piping capped.
H. Replacement of all existing sprinklers. Work to include all necessary piping modifications, new sprinklers and new sprinkler escutcheons.
I. Provide access doors or panels where control or drain valves are located behind plaster or gypsum walls or ceilings as necessary to install piping above suspended plaster or gypsum ceilings.
J. Painting of exposed piping and supports to follow Section 09 91 00, PAINTING.