06412 - SECTION 06412 CUSTOM CASEWORK Custom Grade PART 1...

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Project Number 1 Section 06412 Heritage May 2003 Custom Casework / Custom Grade SECTION 06412 CUSTOM CASEWORK / Custom Grade PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Products Supplied But Not Installed Under This Section 1. Custom casework B. Related Sections 1. Section 06201 - Installation 2. Section 06401 - General Architectural Woodwork Requirements 3. Section 15410 - Plumbing 1.2 SUBMITTALS A. Product Data - Manufacturer's literature or cut sheets for hardware and for adjustable pulpit mechanism. B. Shop Drawings 1. Confirm compliance with Contract Document requirements as to configuration and dimensions of custom casework. 2. Include plan and elevation views, materials used, standing and running trim profiles, assembly methods, joint details, fastening methods, accessories, and hardware. PART 2 PRODUCTS 2.1 MATERIALS A. Wood Materials 1. Exposed - Plain sawn Red Oak. 2. Semi-exposed And Concealed - Species as acceptable for AWI custom grade. B. Panel Product 1. Cores - a. Cabinet Doors - Medium density fiberboard (MDF) with minimum density of 48 lbs per cu ft. b. All Other - Industrial grade particle board with minimum density of 45 lbs per cu ft. 2. Facings - a. Hardwood veneer facings shall be plain sliced Red Oak AWI Grade A, or equal by HPVA, NWWDA, or APA. b. All other facings shall be Melamine or Kortron. 3. Edgings - a. Cabinet Doors And Drawer Fronts Higher Than 8 Inches - 3 / 4 inch by 1 / 4 inch edge- band of wood species matching hardwood face veneer. b. Shelves And Exposed Panel Product Edges - Hot-glued, 2 mm thick minimum, PVC edge-banding. Wood-grained, except color matching Melamine or Kortron surface at shelf edges. c. Semi-Exposed Panel Product Edges - Hot-glued, 0.018 inch thick minimum, wood grained PVC edge-banding.
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