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Project Number 1 Section 13930 Heritage May 2003 Wet-Pipe Fire-Suppression Sprinklers SECTION 13930 WET-PIPE FIRE-SUPPRESSION SPRINKLERS PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Includes But Not Limited To 1. Furnish and install complete wet-pipe fire sprinkler system as specified in Contract Documents. B. Related Sections 1. Section 02513 - Site Fire Protection 2. Section 13851 - Alarm And Detection System including connection of tamper switches and pressure flow detectors to alarm system and furnishing and installing of low temperature switch. 3. Section 15101 - General Piping Requirements 1.2 REFERENCES A. American National Standards Institute / American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1. ANSI / ASME B 16.1-89, 'Cast Iron Pipe Flanges and Pipe Flanged Fittings' 2. ANSI / ASME B 16.4-89, 'Cast Iron Threaded Fittings, Class 125 and Class 250' B. American National Standards Institute / National Fire Protection Association 1. ANSI / NFPA 13-1991, 'Installation of Sprinkler Systems' C. American Society For Testing And Materials 1. ASTM A 53-00, 'Standard Specification for Pipe, Steel and Hot-Dipped, Zinc-Coated, Welded and Seamless' 2. ASTM A 234-00a, 'Standard Specification for Piping Fittings of Wrought Carbon Steel and Alloy Steel for Moderate and Elevated Temperature Service' 1.3 SUBMITTALS A. Shop Drawings 1. Size sprinkler system by one of following methods - a. Pipe schedule method in accordance with ANSI/NFPA 13 b. Hydraulic calculation design method based on water supply evaluation performed at building site. 2. Submittal Procedure - a. After award of Contract and prior to purchase of equipment, submit seven sets of shop drawings with specifications and hydraulic calculations, if pipe schedule method is not used, to Architect and two sets to local jurisdiction having authority for fire prevention for review. b. After integrating Architect's and local jurisdiction's comments into drawings, licensed certified fire protection engineer of record submitting fire sprinkler system design construction documents shall stamp, sign, and date each sheet of shop drawings and first page of specifications and calculations. c. Submit stamped documents to area office and local jurisdiction having authority for fire prevention for final approval. d. After final approval, submit four copies of approved stamped documents to Architect. e. Failure of system to meet requirements of authority having jurisdiction shall be corrected at no additional cost to Owner.
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Project Number 2 Section 13930 Heritage May 2003 Wet-Pipe Fire-Suppression Sprinklers B. Closeout 1. Operation And Maintenance Manual Data - a. Modify and add to requirements of Section 01700 as follows - 1) Provide master index showing items included. 2) Provide name, address, and phone number of Architect, Architect's Fire Sprinkler Consultant, General Contractor, and Fire Protection subcontractor.
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  • Winter '08
  • Burr,K
  • Fire sprinkler, National Fire Protection Association, NIBCO, wet-pipe fire-suppression sprinklers, d. Approved Products

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