09653 - SECTION 09653 RESILIENT TILE FLOORING PART 1...

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Project Number 1 Section 09653 Heritage May 2003 Resilient Tile Flooring SECTION 09653 RESILIENT TILE FLOORING PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Includes But Not Limited To 1. Furnish and install resilient tile flooring as described in Contract Documents. 1.2 SUBMITTALS A. Product Data 1. Manufacturer's literature or cut sheet on each component of system 2. Maintenance instructions 3. Color and style selection 1.3 PROJECT CONDITIONS A. Project Environmental Conditions - Maintain 70 deg F minimum during application. 1.4 MAINTENANCE A. Extra Materials - Leave box of 20 extra tile of each pattern and color used on Project with Owner. PART 2 PRODUCTS 2.1 MATERIALS A. Reinforced Vinyl Tile 1. 'Marbleized' or 'Thru-chip' Pattern 1 / 8 inch by 12 inches square. Do not furnish tile which does not have its pattern and color extended continuously through entire thickness. 2. Meet or exceed Fed Spec SS-T-312b, Type IV. 3. Colors - To be selected by Architect. 4. Acceptable Manufacturers - a. Excelon by Armstrong World Industries, Lancaster, PA (800) 292-6308 or (717) 397-0611
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