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SECTION 14 21 00 – electric traction elevators


MD ANDERSON Project No. XX-XXXX A/E Name A/E Project No. SECTION 14 21 00 – ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS

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PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. B. Specifications throughout all Divisions of the Project Manual are directly applicable to this Section, and this Section is directly applicable to them. C. Elevator pit, including sump with pump, elevator machine foundation with block-outs in machine room floor slabs and other similar concrete work such as grouting thresholds. Division 03. D. Hoistway enclosures, including cutouts for elevator equipment and components penetrating enclosures, building in and grouting hoistway door frames, grouting thresholds. Division 04. E. Structural steel work, including intermediate floor framing, where required, elevator pit and buffer ladders, railings, wire mesh partitions, machine room floor grates and hoisting beam at top of the elevator machine room. Division 05. F. Waterproofing of elevator pits. Division 07. G. Machine room heating, ventilation and air conditioning and temperature control of the machine rooms, hoistway ventilation and sprinklers to meet applicable Codes. Division 23. H. Electrical service to main disconnects in elevator machine rooms; electrical power for elevator installation and testing; electrical disconnecting device to elevator equipment prior to activation of the sprinkler system; electrical service for the machine room; receptacles with ground-fault current protection in machine room, secondary areas and pit; lighting in the machine room and elevator cabs, secondary areas and pits; wiring for telephone service to the machine room. Division 21 and Division 26. I. Standby-power supply systems including emergency generators and transfer switches for elevator operation. Division 26. J. Fire alarm systems including fire and smoke detectors and interconnecting devices; fire alarm signal lines to contacts in the machine room. Division 28.

K. Security Systems, Division 28. 1.02 SUMMARY A. This Section includes electric traction passenger and service elevators. 1.03 REFERENCE STANDARDS A. The latest published edition of a reference shall be applicable to this Project unless identified by a specific edition date.

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B. All reference amendments adopted prior to the effective date of this Contract shall be applicable to this Project. C. All materials, installation and workmanship shall comply with the applicable requirements and standards addressed within the following references: 1. ASME A17.1 Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators, latest edition or as required by the local building code. 2. NFPA 70 National Electrical Code. 3. NFPA 80 Fire Doors and Windows. 4. Americans with Disabilities Act – Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG). 5. ASME A17.1, Buildings and Facilities, Providing Accessibility and Usability for Physically Handicapped People. 6. ASME UL 10B and ASTM E152, Fire tests of door assemblies. 7. The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, Texas Accessibility Standards of the Architectural Barriers Act, Article 9102, Texas Civil Statutes (TAS). 8. Model building codes. 9. All other local applicable codes. 1.04 DEFINITIONS A. Definitions in ASME A17.1 apply to work of this Section. B. Defective Elevator Work: Operation or control system failure, including excessive malfunctions; performances below specified ratings; excessive wear; unusual deterioration or aging of materials or finishes; unsafe conditions; need for excessive maintenance; abnormal noise or vibration; and similar unusual, unexpected, and unsatisfactory conditions. C. Service Elevator: A passenger elevator that is also used to carry freight. 1.05 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Source Limitations: Obtain all elevators specified in Division 14 Section through one source from a single manufacturer. 1. Provide major elevator components, including driving machines, controllers, signal fixtures, door operators, car frames, cabs, and entrances, manufactured by a single manufacturer. B. Regulatory Requirements: In addition to local governing regulations, comply with applicable provisions in ASME A17.1, “Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators.”

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C. Accessibility Requirements: Comply with Section 4.10 in the U.S. Architectural & Transportation Barriers Compliance Board's "Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities (ADAAG)”; and The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, Texas Accessibility Standards of the Architectural Barriers Act, Article 9102, Texas Civil Statutes (TAS). D. Installer Qualifications: Elevator Contractor must be able to demonstrate that Elevator Contractor has installed and maintained similar elevators to those specified and which have given satisfactory service; has been in successful operation for at least ten (10) years; maintains locally, an adequate stock of new parts for replacement or emergency purposes; has available qualified persons to do the work. E. Contractor guarantees they will sell parts and printed circuit boards to the Owner or the Owner’s Agent. The same shall not be dependent on an exchange component. Contractor agrees replacement parts will be available for a minimum of ten (10) years. 1.06 SUBMITTALS A. Product Data: Submit manufacturer’s product data for each system proposed for use. Include the following: 1. Signal and operating fixtures, operating panels and indicators. 2. Cab design, dimensions and layout. 3. Hoistway door and frame details. 4. Electrical characteristics and connection requirements. 5. Expected heat dissipation of elevator equipment in machine rooms. 6. Comp chain detail specification. 7. Door hanger detail specification. 8. Roller guide detail specification. B. Record Documents: 1. Manufacturer's warranty form in which manufacturer agrees to repair or replace components that fail in materials or workmanship within specified warranty period. C. Shop Drawings: Submit approval layout drawings. Include the following: 1. Provide floor plan and elevation drawings drawn to scale showing hoistway, elevator cab(s), lifting apparatus and their associated components, machine room with equipment and elevator pit. Elevator submittal is subject to rejection without these drawings. 2. Driving machine, controller, governor and other machine room component locations. 3. Car, counterweight, sheaves, guide rails, buffers, ropes, and other components in hoistway.

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4. Rail bracket spacing; maximum loads imposed on guide rails requiring load transfer to building structural framing. 5. Load reactions at all points of support. 6. Location of hoisting beams for machine room equipment. 7. Clearances and over travel of car and counterweight. 8. Locations in hoistway and machine room of traveling cables and connections for car light and intercom system. 9. Location and sizes of access doors and frames. 10. Hoistway door and frame details. D. Samples: All exposed materials with finish and all custom fixture fabrications. 1. Omit all logos from exposed finishes or components. 2. All cab finishes. E. Manufacturer Certificates: Signed by elevator manufacturer certifying that hoistway, pit, and machine room layout and dimensions, as shown on Drawings, and electrical service, as shown and specified, are adequate for elevator system being provided. F. Qualification Data: For Elevator Contractor (Installer). G. Operation and Maintenance Data: Provide written information necessary for proper maintenance and adjustment of the equipment prior to final acceptance as follows: 1. Straight line wiring diagrams of as-installed elevator circuits with index of location and function of all components. Leave one set in machine rooms. Provide two (2) corrected sets for Owner’s file 90 days after acceptance. 2. Lubricating instructions and recommended lubricant grade. 3. Parts catalogs and maintenance manuals. 4. Include any special tools, pass words and manuals that are required for maintenance, trouble shooting, adjustments or performance of safety tests for the Owner’s use. 5. If the Contractor requires the Owner to sign a lease for a special trouble-shooting tool, a copy of the agreement, with all costs associated with its use, shall be submitted with the bid. H. Continuing Maintenance Proposal: Service agreement specified in this Section. 1.07 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING A. Deliver, store, and handle materials, components, and equipment in manufacturer's protective packaging.

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B. Store materials, components, and equipment off of ground, under cover, and in a dry location. Handle according to manufacturer's written recommendations to prevent damage, deterioration, or soiling. 1.08 COORDINATION A. Coordinate installation of sleeves, block outs, elevator equipment with integral anchors, and other items that are embedded in concrete or masonry for elevator equipment. Furnish templates, sleeves, elevator equipment with integral anchors, and installation instructions and deliver to Project Site in time for installation. B. Coordinate sequence of elevator installation with other work to avoid delaying the Work. C. Coordinate locations and dimensions of other work relating to electric traction elevators including pit ladders, sumps, and floor drains in pits; entrance subsills; machine beams; and electrical service, electrical outlets, lights, and switches in pits, machine rooms, and hoistways. D. The electrical and mechanical design is based on the following power characteristics and heat releases. The Contractor shall submit with bid, any power characteristics or heat releases of their equipment that exceeds these listed below. Any additions or modifications requested at a later date will be at the expense of the Contractor.
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1. * BTU per Elevator per Hour. 2. All amperages based on 480 volt, 3 phase, 60-hertz system. 3. Maintain 50 to 90 degrees F temperature with 90 percent non-condensing humidity. 1.09 WARRANTY A. Provide written warranty to replace, repair, or restore parts or components that fail or do not operate properly due to poor field or factory workmanship, engineering or design for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of Substantial Completion.

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A. Initial Maintenance Service: Beginning at Substantial Completion, provide three (3) months full maintenance service by skilled employees of Elevator Contractor. The maintenance service shall comprise regular examinations of the installation by competent and trained mechanics on a weekly basis, and shall include all necessary adjustments, greasing, oiling, cleaning, and supply of parts and accessories necessary to keep the equipment in good operating condition, except such replacement of parts made necessary by misuse, accidents not attributable to failure of equipment or workmanship, and negligence of the Owner. For the aforementioned period, spare parts shall be available within 24 hours. Maintenance documentation shall be submitted to Owner within one week of completion of prescribed tasks. Emergency Service response time shall be one hour or less, 24 hours a day. B. Repair work shall be carried out only by the Elevator Contractor’s personnel using only standard new parts furnished by the Elevator Contractor and shall not be assigned or transferred to any agent. C. Provide to Owner any proprietary tools, manuals, adjuster manuals, parts lists, software / hardware updates including programming software for all microprocessor based equipment, etc. for the life of the equipment at no cost to the Owner. Troubleshooting tool shall have full capabilities for adjusting units. D. Continuing Maintenance Proposal: Provide a separate continuing maintenance proposal from Elevator Contractor to Owner, in the form of a five-year maintenance agreement, starting on date initial maintenance service is concluded. State services, obligations, conditions, and terms for agreement period and for future renewal options. Proposal shall include 24-hour emergency callback service. Submit this proposal with the equipment bid for Owner’s review. PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01 GENERAL A. All materials shall meet or exceed all applicable referenced standards, federal, state and local requirements, and conform to codes and ordinances of authorities having jurisdiction. B. Inspection: The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) inspector must be approved by the Owner’s Facilities Management/Campus Operation’s Representative. 2.02 MANUFACTURERS A. Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following manufacturers. Manufacturer’s models that have not been in service for a minimum of five (5) years are not acceptable, unless approved in writing by the Owner. 1. Fujitec America, Inc.; Millennium II 2. KONE Inc.; KCM 831 3. Otis Elevator Company; Elevonic 411 4. Schindler Elevator Corporation; Miconic TX for Geared Traction; G 700 Series for Gearless Traction

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MD ANDERSON Project No. XX-XXXX A/E Name A/E Project No. 5. ThyssenKrupp Elevator; TAC-50 2.03 SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS A. General Performance: 1. Speed: +/- 3 percent under any loading condition.

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2. Capacity: Safely lower, stop and hold up to 125 percent rated load. 3. Leveling: +/- 1/8 inches under any loading condition. 4. Door Closing time, Thrust and Kinetic Energy shall comply with ASME Code and ADA. B. Machine Room Equipment: 1. Identification: Provide identifying numbers on drive, machine, governor, controller, disconnect switch and 120 volt light switch. 2. Geared Machine: The machines shall be of the geared single wrap traction type with the motor, brake, and traction sheave mounted on a continuous bedplate. Sound isolation pads shall be installed beneath the machine bedplate to reduce vibration and noise transmission to the building structure. 3. Gearless Machine: The machine shall be of the gearless traction type with the traction sheave and brake drum mounted directly on the motor shaft. The machine shall be provided with a steel bedplate. Sound isolation pads shall be installed beneath the machine bedplate to reduce vibration and noise transmission to the building structure. 4. Motors: The motor shall be designed for elevator service with high starting torque and low starting current and be provided with devices to protect against overloading. The motor shall be of alternating current type. Motor armature shall be dynamically balanced and supported by appropriate ball or roller bearings. 5. Brake: The brake shall be spring applied and electrically released and designed to hold the car at the floor after it has come to rest and provide smooth stops under variable loads. 6. Governor: The car safety shall be operated by a centrifugal speed governor located at the top of the hoistway in the machine room. The governor shall actuate a switch when excessive speed occurs, disconnecting power to the motor and applying the brake application of the safety. 7. Drive System:

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A variable voltage variable frequency AC regenerative drive system shall be provided. Power for the system will be taken from the building 3 phase power supply. Provide means for absorbing regenerated power when elevator system is operating on standby power. Provide line filters or chokes to prevent electrical peaks or spikes from feeding back into building power system. The AC voltage will be changed to DC, and a power transistor inverter circuit will change the DC voltage to AC to power the elevator motor. Motor speed and torque will be controlled by varying the frequency and amplitude of the AC. A digital velocity encoder shall be provided on the motor giving feedback to the controller on motor speed and position. Provide line filters, noise spike or notching suppressors to insure other computer-operated equipment in the building will not be affected. The drive system shall be designed to suppress noise and prevent transient voltage feedback into the building power supply. Isolation transformers and filter networks shall be utilized to ensure that waveform distortion and harmonic content will not adversely affect the operation of standby generator and other equipment. The power for the system is to be protected for phase loss and phase unbalance protection. The drive system shall meet or exceed all requirements of IEEE 519 1981 standard for general systems. The position selector shall be part of the microprocessor system. The car position in the hoistway shall be digitized through a primary position encoder. The microprocessor control system shall store the floor position and slowdown points in memory. The drive control system shall be a dual-loop feedback system based primarily on car position. The velocity profile shall be calculated by the microprocessor control system producing extremely smooth and accurate stops. The velocity encoder shall permit accurate position/velocity feedback and shall permit a fast and accurate control of acceleration and deceleration. The vertical acceleration rate shall be not less than 3.3 ft./sec.?for speeds through 700 fpm, and 4 ft./sec.?for speeds over 700 fpm. Provide isolation transformers to compensate for building voltage fluctuations.

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C. Automatic Two-Way Leveling: 1. Each elevator shall have two-way leveling to automatically bring the car to a stop approximately 1/8 inch level with any floor for which a stop has been initiated, regardless of load, rope stretch of direction of travel. 2. Automatic leveling control shall permit the synchronization of door opening with the stopping of the car at a floor. D. Elevator Successive Starting: After all variable frequency drives in a group have been shut down due to lack of normal power, only a single drive shall be allowed to start up at one time. E. Normal Stopping Devices: Provide slow-down and normal stopping devices on top of each car.

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F. Guards: In addition to guards for sheaves and other similar items hereinafter specified, attention is directed to the requirements relative to guarding of exposed gears, sprockets, tape or rope sheaves, or devices of selectors, floor controllers, or signal machines, and the ropes, chains, or tapes for driving same in machine rooms and secondary spaces. Kick angles shall be included around all unprotected openings in the machine room floor. G. Motion Control: 1. Furnish and install microprocessor based motion controller for each elevator. 2. The motion control system shall perform all of the functions of safe elevator motion and elevator door control. This shall include all the hardware and software required to connect, transfer and interrupt power, and protect the equipment against overloads. The motion controller shall interface with the microprocessor control system. H. Guide Rails: Car and counterweight guide rails shall be machined. Rails, brackets, and bracket spacing shall conform to ASME A17.1 Code requirements. Guide rails shall be pinned or welded after alignment. Locate brackets at maximum intervals allowed by Code where such spacing can eliminate the need for intermediate support structure, and does not impact the quality of car operation. Bracket design shall accommodate offsets or variations in hoistway walls. Include ladder brackets where necessary. I. Pit Switch: Provide an additional pit switch where pit depth exceeds 66 inches per code requirements. J. Ropes: Steel suspension ropes and their connections shall conform to ASME A17.1, Section 2.12.

K. Elevator Counterweights: A counterweight shall be provided for each elevator equal in weight to approximately the weight of the car plus a minimum of 40 to 45 percent of the rated load. Counterweight fillers shall be fabricated of precision flame cut steel plates. They shall lay flat in the weight frame and not rattle when the car is in motion. They shall be sized in a way to facilitate accurate balance of the elevator car. L. Car and Counterweight Buffers: Suitable oil buffers with necessary blocking and extensions shall be provided under the elevator car and counterweight. Buffers shall be provided with a switch that prevents the car from moving if the plunger is not in its fully extended position. Only systhetic based fluids permitted and shall be fire-resistant containing antioxidant, anticorrosive, antifoaming and metal-passivating additives. M. Overhead Switches: One emergency stop switch shall be located beside top access door of elevators without overhead machine location. N. Hoistway Door Interlock: Each elevator hoistway door shall be equipped with a hoistway unit system hoistway door interlock. The interlock shall prevent the operation of the elevator driving machine by the normal operating device unless the hoistway is locked in the closed position. The interlock shall also prevent the opening of the hoistway door from the landing side unless the car is either stopped or being stopped. Provide door restrictors. O. Hoistway Door Unlocking Devices: Unlocking devices shall be provided at all floors. Escutcheons shall be provided in all openings; finish of escutcheons shall be metal and match door finish.

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P. Hoistway: Coordinate to provide enclosure of adequate size to accommodate any required guide rail/bracket support structure within the hoistway, without interruption of surrounding shaft wall by support structure. Q. Elevator Compensation: Compensation, when required, shall be provided for the weight of hoisting ropes and unbalanced portion of traveling cables. Such compensation shall consist of iron or steel wire ropes attached to the underside of the car and counterweight. Where ropes are provided, pit sheaves shall be included. Provide alternate quotation for whisper flex systems with sway-less dampening devices where applicable. R. Electrical Wiring: 1. Electrical wiring shall comply with the ASME A17.1 and NFPA 70, National Electrical Codes and all applicable local codes. Wiring shall be included for all devices installed. a. Furnish and install complete insulated wiring and conduit to connect all parts of the equipment. Properly ground all components as required by NFPA 70, National Electric Code. Insulated wiring shall have a flame retarding and moisture resisting outer cover and shall be run in a metal conduit, metallic tubing, or wire ducts. Provide 6 percent spare wires between each controller, leveling device, hoistway junction box, and control panel, also, provide 6 percent spare conductors in each trail cable; all spares shall be properly tagged or otherwise identified with clear and indelible markings. Tag code all field wiring at junction points; control wiring in traveling cables at their terminals in the machine room: elevator car junction box and connections within the car. Test entire wiring system for insulation to ground. Provide four – two pair (eight total conductors) 18 AWG stranded copper cable with overall shield dedicated for cardreader use in each elevator cab. These pairs shall be located in a cable that is not used to carry alternating current circuits. The cabling shall have two feet of available length at the cardreader installation location within the elevator cab. The cabling shall route into the elevator machine room then into the cardreader interface panel in the elevator machine room. The cabling shall have three feet of available length in the cardreader interface panel. The card reader interface panel and all terminations shall be provided by the security subcontractor. Provide four – two pair (eight total conductors) 18 AWG stranded copper cable with overall shield dedicated for security intercom system (SIS) remote use in each elevator cab. These pairs shall be located in a cable that is not used to carry alternating current circuits. The cabling shall have two feet of available length at the intercom installation location within the elevator cab. The cabling shall route into the elevator machine room then into the SIS interface panel in the elevator machine room. The cabling shall have three feet of available length in the SIS interface panel. The SIS interface panel and all terminations shall be provided by the security subcontractor.

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Provide two (2) stranded core RG6U coax cable to each elevator cab for closed circuit television (CCTV) security surveillance camera use. The cable shall have two feet of available length at the CCTV camera installation location within the elevator cab for each cab required to have a CCTV camera as shown on the security drawings. The cable shall have fifteen feet of available length at the top of the cab for cabs not required to have a CCTV camera as shown on the security drawings. The cabling shall route into the elevator machine room and then into the CCTV interface panel in the elevator machine room. The CCTV interface panel and all terminations shall be provided by the security subcontractor. Provide a dedicated GFI outlet on top of the cab for a camera.

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S. Top of Car Operating Device: Each elevator shall be provided with an operation device mounted from or on the car cross-head which will permit slow speed (150 fpm or less) operation for purposes of adjustment, inspection, maintenance, and repair. A transfer switch shall be provided in the top of the car operating device fixture, which will permit the disconnection of hoistway switch or switches and render the top of car operating device operative. The operating device shall be mounted in a metal box and shall be rigidly secured in a position conveniently accessible to workmen on top of the car and accessible from the landing side without getting on the car top. T. Lubrication: Suitable means shall be provided for lubrication, with oil or grease, for all bearing surfaces in connection with the elevator installation. Grease gun fittings, if used, shall be suitable for high-pressure guns. Grease cups, if used, shall be automatic compression type. U. Car Top Lights: Electric light with wire guard and GFCI convenience outlet fixture on car top, which shall meet the requirements of ASME A17.1, Rule 204.7a(4). V. Door Operator: 1. A heavy duty, DC master door operator capable of opening door at not less than 1? inch fps and accomplishing reversal in 2? inch maximum door movement. Doors shall open automatically when car arrives at floor to permit transfer of passengers; after timed interval, door shall automatically close. Arrange operator so doors can be opened by hand from inside car in case of power failure, if car is within leveling zone. 2. Door operation shall be “closed loop” system which gives constant feedback of the position and velocity of the elevator doors. System shall automatically overcome door resistance by increasing the power supply to the motor and increasing the torque required to maintain velocity. If a service tool is needed to make digital adjustments, provide the Owner with the service tool and all required manuals. W. Final Limit Switches: 1. In addition to the normal limit switches, a hoistway final limit switch shall be installed at the top and at the bottom of each hoistway. 2. Final limit switches shall be so located that they open at or about the time the buffer is engaged by the time the buffer is engaged by the car or counterweight.

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X. Car Frame and Safety: Car frame shall be fabricated from formed or structural steel members and shall have adequate bracing to support the platform and car enclosure. The car safety shall be an integral part of the car frame with safety blocks located in the bottom members of the car frame. The safety shall be flexible guide clamp type. Y. Platform: 1. The car platform shall be constructed of steel with ? inch Marine grade plywood sub-floor and fire proofing on the underside. The platform shall rest on rubber pads designed to form an isolating cushion between the car and car frame. 2. The finish flooring for the elevators shall be furnished and installed by others; refer to Owner’s Interior Standards. Z. Roller Guides: Rubber tired spring dampening roller guides, set in adjustable castings, shall be mounted on the top and bottom of the car and counterweight to engage the guide rails. AA. Car Door Hangers and Tracks: Hang doors on sheave type hangers with polyurethane that roll on a polished steel track and are guided at the bottom by non-metallic shoes sliding in a smooth threshold groove. BB. Car Door Electrical Contact: Shall operate in conjunction with car door so elevator cannot operate unless doors are closed or within the tolerance allowed by Code. 2.04 OPERATION SYSTEMS A. Service: Provide “Simplex Collective” operation using a microprocessor -based controller. Operation shall be automatic by means of the car and hall buttons. If all calls in the system have been answered, the car shall park at the last landing served. B. Provide “Group Automatic” operation and control systems for all passenger groups. C. General Operation and Control: A microprocessor based control system shall be provided to perform all of the functions of safe elevator motion and elevator door control. This shall include all of the hardware required to connect, transfer and interrupt power, and protect the motor against overloading. The system shall also perform car operational and group supervisory control. Each controller cabinet containing memory equipment shall be properly shielded from line pollution. Micro-computer system shall be designed to accept reprogramming with minimum system down time. D. Anticipated in Rush Device: To maintain sufficient lobby elevator capacity to handle anticipated heavy in rush traffic the system shall include a device to call all of the cars in the group to the lobby without waiting for a lobby call. The device shall only operate predetermined heavy rush periods. During these periods, cars shall be automatically dispatched from the lobby when they become loaded nearly to capacity or, if not loaded to capacity, on a variable time interval calculated on the basis of the number of cars at the lobby and other data representative of traffic in the system. The cars shall continue to operate in this manner until the end of the pre-determined period.

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E. Off Peak Geographical Spacing: When the cars are at rest, they shall be assigned throughout the building to pre-determined zones. The first car entering a zone shall become assigned to that zone. A car may run through an occupied, assigned zone in search of an occupied zone in which to park. While there are no calls registered the cars shall remain in a zone parked with door closed. The lowest zone shall consist of the main floor and adjacent floor, above or below, as required to suit design requirements. The remaining floors shall be divided into equal zones with one car randomly assigned to each zone. Optimized response to hall calls shall be below, as required to suit design requirements. The remaining floors shall be divided into equal zones with one car randomly assigned to each zone. Optimized response to hall calls shall be achieved by computing a relative system response (RSR) time for each registered hall call. The computation of each car’s (RSR) time to a hall call shall be based on, but not limited to, such relevant factors as distance, service to previously assigned car, and hall calls, car load, direction, door and car motion status, and coincidence of car and hall calls. The call with the least RSR shall have this car assigned to it. RSR computation for each hall call is repeated several times a second and the hall call assignment might be changed if a more suitable car is found. F. Moderate Up and Moderate Down Traffic Programs: When incoming traffic at the lobby floor increases as indicated by two cars leaving the lobby in the up direction, filled to capacity with a re-determined adjustable time period, cars assigned to upper zones shall be called to the lobby without waiting for a lobby call. Calls shall be automatically dispatched from the lobby when they become loaded nearly to capacity or, if not loaded to capacity, on a variable time interval calculated on the basis of the number of cars at the lobby and other data representative of traffic in the system. The cars shall continue to operate in this manner until the lobby traffic has been reduced to a predetermined level. When down calls above the lobby increases to a predetermined level, assignment of a car to the lobby ceases and the lobby car shall travel up to assist the other cars. Cars arriving at the lobby, after discharging passengers shall be dispatched upward. The cars shall continue to operate in this manner until the down traffic has been reduced to a pre-determined level. G. Anticipated Exit Device: To prepare the system for heavy outgoing traffic, operation shall be such that upon arrival at the lobby of any car, loaded more than a pre-determined capacity during a regularly anticipated exit period, assignment of a car to the lobby ceases and the lobby car shall travel up to assist the other cars. Cars arriving at the lobby, after discharging passengers, shall be dispatched upward. The cars shall continue to operate in this manner until the end of the regularly anticipated exit period. H. Car to Lobby Operation: Provide a key operated switch for each elevator in the Life Safety Panel which, when actuated, shall cause the corresponding elevator to make a trip to the lobby as soon as the car is available for response to the special call. Switch shall be keyed to a 2395. I. Load Weighing Dispatching: A load weighing device shall be provided which shall dispatch the cars away from the main lobby floor when the load in the car reaches a pre-determined capacity. The load dispatch weight shall be adjustable. J. Load Weighing Bypass: A load weighing device shall be provided which shall be set to operate at a pre-determined percentage of the load in the car. The car shall bypass hall calls when this device is actuated. The bypass load weight shall be adjustable and separate from the load weighing dispatch weight.

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K. Anti-nuisance: A system shall be provided so that when the number of car calls is greatly disproportionate with the weight of the car all car calls shall be canceled without making any stops. The ratio of calls to weight shall be adjustable. L. Car Button Independent Service all Elevators: A Switch shall be provided in the car operating station which, when actuated, shall disconnect the elevator from the hall buttons, and permit operation from the car buttons only. The switch shall be an EPCO1 type. If Independent Service keyswitch is situated behind a lockable compartment, the compartment shall be keyed to an EPCO2 with a flush mounted and/or vandal resistant locking device. M. Car Reversal Operation: A car without registered car call arriving at a floor where both up and down hall calls are registered shall initially respond to the hall call in the direction that the car was traveling. If no car call or hall call is registered for further travel in that direction, the car shall close its doors and immediately reopen them in response to the hall call in the opposite direction. N. Car Delay Operation: If, for any reason, the doors are prevented from closing and the car is unable to respond to a call, the calls shall be transferred to another car.
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O. Transfer Floor Operation: The car button of the transfer floor for the high rise elevators shall only operate in the down direction. There shall only be up directions hall buttons at the transfer floor lobby of the high rise elevators. Up hall lanterns only shall be provided for the high rise elevators at the transfer lobby. This limited operation forces the tenants on the transfer floor to ride the low rise elevators to and from the first floor lobby. P. General Operations and Control: 1. Control of the elevator shall be automatic in operation by means of pushbuttons in the car numbered to correspond to floors served, for registering car stops and by up/down push buttons at each intermediate landing and call pushbuttons at terminal landings. 2. The momentary pressing of one or more buttons shall dispatch the car to designated landings in the order in which the landings are reached by the car, irrespective of the sequence in which buttons are pressed. 3. Each landing call shall be canceled when answered. 4. When the car is traveling in the up direction, it shall stop at all floors for which car buttons or up hall buttons have been pressed. It shall not stop at floors where down buttons only have been pressed unless the stop for the floor has been registered by a car button, or unless the down call is at the highest floor for which any buttons have been pressed. 5. The pressing of an up button when the car is traveling in the down direction shall not interrupt the travel unless the stop for that floor has been registered by a car button, or unless the up call is the lowest for which any button has been pressed. 6. When the car has responded to high or lowest stop, and stops are registered for the opposite direction, its travel shall reverse automatically and it shall then clear the calls registered for that direction.

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7. Should both up and down call be registered at an intermediate floor, only the call corresponding to the direction in which the car is traveling shall be canceled upon the stopping of the car at the landing. 8. An adjustable time delay shall be provided so that after the car has stopped in response to a hall button, the entering passenger may register his car button before the car will reverse to answer calls in opposite direction. 9. Car station shall contain a key operated toggle switch for the car light, a fan switch and a door open button for stopping the closing motion of the doors and causing them to return automatically to their position. 10. The buttons in the car and hall stations shall be of the LED light-up type and shall indicate that a call has been registered for that landing. 11. Elevators shall have car button independent service keyed to EPCO 1. When a key operated switch in the car panel is activated, the car shall be disconnected from the hall buttons and shall only respond to car buttons. Car doors shall be closed by pressing the door close button. Q. Auxiliary Operation and Controls: 1. General: In addition to primary control system features, provide the following controls or operational features for the passenger and service elevators, except where otherwise indicated. a. Special Emergency Service – Phase I: The activation of a MFD1 key switch in a lobby level hall station shall return all cars in the group express to the designated floor and by-pass all car and hall calls. The cars shall park at the designated floor with the doors open and will not respond to car or hall calls unless the SES-II switch in the car is activated. This system shall be in conformance with the current ASME code, Section 211.3. Special Emergency Service – Phase II: In-car control of each elevator during the emergency operation, by means of a MFD1 key switch in each car shall be provided. Operation shall be per ASME A17.1, Rule 211.3. Emergency Lighting and Alarm Bell (Power to Car): Remote emergency alarm bell, located where directed, so it can be heard outside the hoistway, to be arranged to sound automatically in response to activation of alarm button. Emergency Lighting and Alarm Bell (No Electrical Power to Car): Car mounted 12 volt battery unit including solid state charger and testing means enclosed in common metal container rechargeable lead acid or nickel cadmium battery with 10 year minimum life expectancy. When normal power to the car fails the system shall automatically provide power to the car emergency light and to the alarm bell circuit. Operation shall be in accordance with ASME A17.1, Rule 204.7. Emergency Fan: Any glass elevators located where direct sunlight can reach the cab and parking garage elevators shall be equipped with an emergency battery back-up exhaust fan. Car fans shall be keyed to an EPCO1.

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For cars equipped with individual air-conditioning units, the air-conditioning units shall be on emergency power. Elevators shall be equipped with pit flood switches so that when switches are activated when water is present, the elevators will park on the second floor with the doors open. Software provision to allow for any number of cars in given bank to run on emergency power as determined by Owner. Elevators shall have the capability to receive pre-signal from Automatic Transfer Switch for generator testing.

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DOOR OPENING AND DOOR CONTROL DEVICES A. Provide Janus 40+ door reopening devices with uniform array of 36 or more microprocessorcontrolled, infrared light beams projecting across car entrance. B. Door open timing features: 1. Operate in conjunction with proximity devices to provide adjustable, reduced, hold open time once beams are broken and re-established. 2. When doors are held open beyond an adjustable time, buzzer sounds and doors shall close at reduced speed and force per ADA and TAS requirements. 3. There shall be a difference in door hold open times between car and hall calls. Door speed, thrust and kinetic energy shall comply with the ASME A17.1 Code. Door hold open times shall comply with “Handicapped Requirements”.

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FINISH MATERIALS A. The passenger cabs shall be in accordance with the Architectural Drawings. The interior panels shall be in accordance with Owner’s Elevator Finish standards. The sub floors shal l be marine grade plywood.

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CAR ENCLOSURES A. Provide a steel shell for the service elevator with lights mounted flush with the canopy; refer to Owner’s Interior Standards for service cars. No. 4 stainless steel car door, front return panels and car operating panel finish. Provide a two speed fan and manufacturer’s standard No. 4 stainless steel hand rail 1-? inches on each side wall. Provide ? inch checkered aluminum plate for the floor. B. Electrical fixtures shall be compliant with Division 26 materials. Lighting plan shall be submitted to Owner for approval prior to final design. C. Car Doors: 1. Car doors shall be 1 inch thick, of flush design metal construction, with interior reinforcing and sound deadening insulation. They shall be adequately reinforced to withstand operational stresses and as required to accept hangers, interlocks and other accessories. The finish of the car doors shall be No. 4 stainless steel for the service elevator. Provide Warnock-Hersey Label.

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2. The car return panels and car operating panels shall be No. 4. stainless steel finish for the service elevator. 3. The car door system shall be designed so that the car doors may not be opened more than 4 inches from the inside of the car if the car is outside the unlocking zone of a landing. D. Emergency Exits: 2.08 All cars shall have ceiling emergency exits.

HOISTWAY ENTRANCES A. Entrances shall be complete with frames, doors, sight guards, sills, fascia plates, toe guards, headers, struts, hanger covers, tracks, hangers, dust covers, miscellaneous hardware and related parts. Entrances shall carry UL label for Class “B” 1 ? hour fire rating. Sill support angles shall be included. Entrance profiles and details as shown on the Drawings. B. Frames: Frame finish shall be No. 4 stainless steel at entrances at all floors for the passenger and service elevators. Floor designations/ braille plates on hoistway door frames shall be permanently attached to frames. Adhesive application is not acceptable. C. Doors and Sight Guards: Provide sound deadened, horizontal sliding doors of flush construction. [The following sizes are typically used. Confirm with Owner if different size is required; edit to suit project requirements.] Passenger elevator doors shall be 8’-0” high and service elevator doors shall be 9’-0” high. Doors shall be No. 4 stainless steel at all floors for the passenger and service elevator entrances. D. Sills: Provide extruded aluminum sills at all floors. Sills shall be level with finished floor. Space between the sill and sill support shall be grouted. E. Sill Support Angles: Any support angles required shall be furnished and installed by the Elevator Contractor. F. Hanger Supports: Hanger supports or headers shall be formed sections securely bolted to the strut angles. G. Fascia Plates: Concealed fascia plates shall be No. 14 gauge steel, reinforced to insure a flat even surface throughout, and shall be securely fastened to hanger housings and sill above. Fascia plates shall be finish painted with one coat of rust inhibitive prime paint. H. Struts and Closers: Structural steel angles and other similar methods shall be furnished of sufficient size to accommodate the door closers. Angles shall be continuous and be securely bolted to the sills and building beams above. I. Header: 3/16 inch thick steel formed to provide stiffening flanges. J. Door Hangers and Tracks: Hangers for each hoistway entrance shall be of the sheave type arranged for two point suspension of the doors, and shall have brackets integral with door, or applied. Sheave and rollers shall be of steel with sealed ball bearings and there shall be adjustable ball bearings rollers to take up thrust of doors. Tracks shall be cold drawn or cold rolled steel of smooth surface and working section and shall be oiled with wick type lubrication.

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K. Hanger Cover Plates: Shall be made of No. 14 gauge steel and shall be removable type. Cover plates shall be arranged to assure hanger accessibility from within the car. Cover plates shall be finish painted with one coat of rust-inhibitive prime paint. L. Floor Numbers: Provide floor numbers within the hoistway in compliance with ASME A17.1 Code. Provide cast plates on each elevator entrance jamb in compliance with requirements of ADA and TAS. Stick-on plates are not acceptable. Submit sample for Owner’s approval. 2.09 SIGNAL EQUIPMENT A. Hall Button Fixtures: 1. Low and high-rise passenger elevators shall have two risers of hall buttons. The service elevators shall have one riser of hall buttons for each bank. The buttons for the passenger elevators shall be LED light-up type. Provide manufacturer’s standard fixtures for the service elevator. Face-plates for all elevators shall have a No. 4 stainless steel finish. 2. Include rated boxes and wiring as required. Membrane penetration of minimum 1-hour, up to maximum 2-hour fire rating walls and partitions by recessed steel electrical boxes that do not exceed 16 square inches in area are permitted, provided the aggregate area of the openings does not exceed 100 square inches in any 100 square feet of wall area. The annular space between the wall membrane and the box shall not exceed 1/8 inch. Such boxes on opposite sides of the wall or partition shall be either separated by a horizontal distance of not less than 24 inches or separated by protecting both boxes by listed putty pads or other listed materials and methods. If electrical box exceeds 16 square inches, listed putty pads or other listed materials and methods are also required. 3. Include integral fireman’s stereo-type phone jacks at each lobby. Include all wiring and conduit to Life Safety Panel. Fire phone jacks provided by the elevator vendor shall be compatible with fire phones supplied by fire detection vendor. 4. Hall button fixtures in spaces that are not air-conditioned (such as in parking garage elevator lobbies) shall be watertight. B. Hall Lantern Fixtures: 1. Provide LED hall lanterns with a chime at each landing entrance for each elevator. The lanterns, when illuminated with red for down and green for up, shall indicate which elevator car will stop at the landing and in which direction the car is set to travel. 2. When the car reaches a pre-determined distance from the floor where it is going to stop, the corresponding hall lantern shall illuminate and the chimes sound once for up and twice for down. The hall lantern shall remain illuminated until the car doors close in preparation for leaving the floor. a. b. c. Passenger elevators shall not have face plates. Provide LED hall lanterns for the service elevator with No. 4 stainless steel face plates. Hall lanterns for the passenger elevators shall have triangular milk white lenses and project out 5/8 inches from the finished wall surface. Visual elements shall be at least 2-1/2” in the smallest dimension. ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS 14 21 00 18 OF 28

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3. Hall lantern fixtures in spaces that are not air-conditioned (such as in parking garage elevator lobbies) shall be watertight. C. Car Position Indicator: 1. The elevators shall have one digital readout fixture, with 1 inch high characters, above each car operating panel. 2. Fixtures shall be LED type and include floor sounding single adjustable tone of no less than 20 Decibels at not more than 1500 hertz, shall sound as the car is passing or stopping at a floor. D. Car Operating Panels: 1. Passenger elevators and service elevators shall have two (2) car operating panels per car. The service elevator panel shall be applied. The service elevator return and car operating panel shall have a No.4 stainless steel finish. The car operating panels shall include the following: a. b. c. d. Self-illuminating LED floor registration circular milk white buttons without markings on buttons. Alarm, door control buttons. Firefighter’s key switch (MFD1), pilot light, call cancel, and buzzer. Stereo type jack for Firefighter’s headset. Include wiring to fire control panel. Fire phone jacks provided by the elevator vendor shall be compatible with fire phones supplied by fire detection vendor. All buttons shall be designated by raised markings with Braille, applied with concealed fasteners to meet ADA requirements. Stick-on markings are not acceptable. Engraved elevator number, Phase II fireman’s instructions, no smoking signs and elevator capacity on each faceplate or return panel. Lockable service cabinet mounted flush with the wall and keyed to EPCO2, containing controls for car stop switch, fan switch, car light switch, light rheostat, independent service, inspection service, and 110 volt convenience outlet. Locate to meet ADA and TAS requirements. ADA/TAS compliant hands free phone shall be flush mounted in the swing front return. Logos or manufacturer’s name are not permitted on exposed surfaces. Permanently engraved “NO SMOKING” signs above each car operating panel. Provide space for one card reader in each cab. readers. Others will provide the card

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As occupancy determines, provide Code Blue Operation that operates by providing a car to any Code Blue landing. Existing car functions are overridden (existing Car Calls and Hall Call assignments are canceled), and a call is placed for a single landing. Must provide specific key # EX513.

E. Communications Systems: 1. The emergency communication system shall be mounted behind the main car-operating panel and be designed to provide two-way communication between the elevator and a point outside the hoistway. Audio and visual two-way communication is required. System shall automatically dial a programmable number to a point outside hoistway. 2. Visual messages shall be provided to indicate the status of an emergency call. The visual message will illuminate and shall read: “Message Received” when the emergency call button is pressed. 3. Raised letter and Braille shall be integrated and permanently marked on the faceplate identifying the device as a speech independent emergency telephone. Surface painted or applied graphics shall not be acceptable. 4. Emergency communication system must be able to provide receiving agent with information identifying building and elevator number and callback whenever an emergency call is placed. 5. Emergency communication system shall comply with Federal Communication Commission (FCC) regulations, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS). 6. When the party called by someone in the cab hangs up, the telephone shall disconnect immediately without giving a busy signal in the cab. F. Smoke Sensor Tie-In: 1. System to interface with smoke sensors, including alternate level refuge. (Others will run wiring from the smoke sensors to the elevator machine room interface where the Elevator Contractor connects to their controls). 2. Coordinate elevator controls, features and functions with Fire Alarm system (Division 28) requirements. G. Life Safety Panel: 1. Elevator bid price shall include the cost of all wiring and conduit from various elevator banks to the fire command panel. Faceplate shall be No. 4 finish stainless steel. Life safety panel shall include all elevators. a. b. c. Position indicators for all elevators. One fireman’s SES switch (on/off) per elevator bank. Stereo-type jack for Firefighters headset, compatible with equipment supplied by fire detection vendor.

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Interlocking push button switches for override of the emergency power automatic selection system, buttons to be behind lockable door.

H. Security Monitor: 1. Elevator bid price shall include the cost of all wiring and conduit from the various elevator banks to the security desk. Security monitor shall include all elevators. a. b. c. Provide a full function monitor that allows hall and car call cutouts. Include onboard security feature that allows the use of car buttons to access restricted floors. Communications station with conduit and wiring for communication with each elevator. Monitor shall have the capability to provide hall call waiting time reports. Include a printer and flat screen monitor to be coordinated with Architect for placement in desk.

I. Security Interface for Elevators with Cardreaders: 1. Elevator Contractor shall provide cut-out in one faceplate with a tinted non-scratch glass window and space behind within each elevator that requires a security cardholder. Refer to the security drawings. The security contractor shall furnish the card reader to the Elevator Contractor for mounting. The Elevator Contractor shall provide all required mounting accessories and shall mount the card reader within the elevator cab. Brackets to hold the card reader in place shall be durable and non-metallic. The elevators shall have security software. Security contractor shall furnish a key switch (Best Lock keyed to an A-2) in the machine room that when activated will override card reader functions and allow the elevator to return to normal operation. 2. The security contractor shall terminate the traveling cable provided by the Elevator Contractor within the elevator cab to the mounted card reader. The Elevator Contractor shall provide and mount glass panel to cover the mounted card reader. Mount the card reader so the glass panel is flush to the front of the mounted card reader. 3. The security contractor shall terminate the traveling cable provided by the Elevator Contractor within the elevator machine room to the security remote field panel. 4. The security contractor shall provide an interface panel within the elevator machine room. This panel shall contain two terminal strips. The security contractor shall label the terminal strips with the required connections from the elevator controller. The Elevator Contractor shall wire from the elevator controller to these terminal strips. Coordinate with the security contractor to provide all required connections and compatible low voltage contact closures from the elevator controller to this terminal strip to allow the following operation: a. b. Signal from the security system to initiate elevator control by the card reader. On card reader mode: The security system shall indicate to the elevator controller which floors are selectable by the cardholder within that elevator. The elevator controller shall enable those floor selection buttons only. When a floor is selected, the elevator controller should disable all other floors from being selected and signal the security system that a selection has been made.

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Signal from the security system to remove the elevator from under card reader control to normal operation. Submit an alternate price at bid if this interface can be accomplished via an RS-32 protocol interface.

Zoned Access at Upper and Bottom Landings: 1. This feature, activated by a keyswitch located at the landing, shall permit the operation of the car at the landing with the hoistway door and car door open, in order to permit access to the hoistway and pit. Movement of the car away from the landing shall be limited or “zoned” as required by the applicable codes.

K. Rope Brakes: 1. Provide new ASME A17.1-2000 approved ascending car over speed emergency brake and un- intended car movement protection devices. L. Remote Elevator Monitoring: 1. Provide a microprocessor based system that continuously monitors the elevators on a 24hour per day, year round basis. The system shall notify a centralized dispatching center that an elevator is inoperative by sending a message via telephone line. The dispatching center shall dispatch mechanics based upon the level of message received from the remote elevator monitoring system. 2. The system shall also collect data on the equipment condition including but not limited to, door operation, leveling, and whether the operation of the unit has been interrupted. M. Pit Switches: 1. Cars with stops below the first floor shall be equipped with high water pit switches that when activated parks the elevator on an intermediate floor. 2.10 ELEVATOR SCHEDULE [EDIT FOR PROJECT] A. Passenger Elevators: 1. Quantity: 2. Capacity and Speed: 3. Floors Served: 4. Stops and Openings: 5. Operation and Control: 6. Machine Location: 7. Cabs: 8. Doors: 9. Canopy Height: The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center MS080212 ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS 14 21 00 22 OF 28

MD ANDERSON Project No. XX-XXXX A/E Name A/E Project No. 10. Cab Inside: 11. Car Enclosures: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Platform: Door Sills: Front Walls: Car Fixtures: Side and Rear Wall Panels: Reveals: Door Faces (Interior): Ceiling: Handrails: Floor:

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12. Hoistway Entrances: a. b. c. d. e. Sills: Door Finishes: Frame Finishes: Hall Fixtures: Additional Requirements: 1) Provide inspection certificate in each car, mounted under acrylic cover with frame finish to match car enclosure exposed metal. 2) Provide protective blanket hooks in all cars and two complete sets of full-height blankets for each car size. B. Service Elevators: 1. Quantity: 2. Capacity and Speed: 3. Freight Loading Classification and Maximum Unit Load (as applicable): 4. Floors Served: 5. Stops and Openings: 6. Operation and Control: The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center MS080212 ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS 14 21 00 23 OF 28

MD ANDERSON Project No. XX-XXXX A/E Name A/E Project No. 7. Machine Location: 8. Cabs: 9. Doors: 10. Canopy Height: 11. Cab Inside: 12. Car Enclosures: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Platform: Door Sills: Front Walls: Car Fixtures: Side and Rear Wall Panels: Reveals: Door Faces (Interior): Ceiling: Handrails: Floor:

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13. Hoistway Entrances: a. b. c. d. e. Sills: Door Finishes: Frame Finishes: Hall Fixtures: Additional Requirements: 1) Provide inspection certificate in each car, mounted under acrylic cover with frame finish to match car enclosure exposed metal. 2) Provide protective blanket hooks in all cars and two complete sets of full-height blankets for each car size.

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A. Examine elevator areas, with Installer present, for compliance with requirements for installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance. Examine hoistways, hoistway openings, pits, and machine rooms as constructed; verify critical dimensions; and examine supporting structure and other conditions under which elevator work is to be installed. 1. For the record, prepare a written report, endorsed by Installer, listing dimensional discrepancies and conditions detrimental to performance or indicating that dimensions and conditions were found to be satisfactory. 2. Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. 3.02 INSTALLATION A. Installation shall meet or exceed all applicable federal, state and local requirements, referenced standards and conform to codes and ordinances of authorities having jurisdiction. B. All installation shall be in accordance with manufacturer’s published recommendations. C. Welded Construction: Provide welded connections for installing elevator work where bolted connections are not required for subsequent removal or for normal operation, adjustment, inspection, maintenance, and replacement of worn parts. Comply with AWS standards for workmanship and for qualifications of welding operators. D. Sound Isolation: Mount rotating and vibrating equipment on vibration-isolating mounts designed to minimize transmission of vibrations to structure and thereby minimize structureborne noise from elevator system. E. Lubricate operating parts of systems, including ropes, as recommended by manufacturers. F. Alignment: Coordinate installation of hoistway entrances with installation of elevator guide rails for accurate alignment of entrances with car. Where possible, delay final adjustment of sills and doors until car is operable in shaft. Reduce clearances to minimum, safe, workable dimension at each landing. 1. Entire front of hoistway will be left open until the hoistway entrances have been installed. After the guide rails have been erected and aligned, install frames in alignment with the guide rails, after which the wall may be completed. Coordinate this phase of the Work to provide minimum delay in completion. G. Leveling Tolerance: 1/8 inch up or down, regardless of load and direction of travel. H. Set sills flush with finished floor surface at landing. Fill space under sill solidly with no shrink, nonmetallic grout. I. Painting: All elevator equipment not painted, wire duct, and miscellaneous iron and steel work located within the machine room or hoistway, shall be given a finish coat of paint. Material that has factory finish paint shall have all scratches or mars painted after installation. Paint the machine room and pit floors. 1. Finish coat shall have hard, tough semi-gloss surface. The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center MS080212 ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS 14 21 00 25 OF 28

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Clean-up: Remove daily trash from hoistways, pits, and machine rooms including all packing material and debris resulting from this Work. Leave all elevator spaces broom clean.

TESTING A. Make application for, secure and pay for all necessary permits and certificates of inspection for all equipment included herein, as required by the various departments of the Local and State Authorities. Furnish the Owner certificates and approval as required by the local governing authorities having jurisdiction. B. In addition to the permits, inspections and tests specified and the governing codes, the Elevator Contractor will be required to have performed speed and load carrying capacity and heat tests at Elevator Contractor’s own expense. C. Damage of any kind to the car or the adjoining structure which results from performance of any tests shall be repaired at no additional cost to the Owner. D. Acceptance Testing: On completion of elevator installation and before permitting use (either temporary or permanent) of elevators, perform acceptance tests as required and recommended by ASME A17.1 and by governing regulations and agencies. Tests shall be performed by the Elevator Contractor at Elevator Contractor’s expense in the presence of the Owner’s representative. In addition to tests required by reference standards and codes, elevators shall be subjected to the following acceptance inspection and tests: 1. Test safety circuit, loop circuit, and the drive circuits at 500 volts. Minimum resistance to ground shall be one megohm. 2. General ride quality, leveling accuracy, and quietness of operation shall be acceptable to the Owner’s representative. 3. Owner’s representative will conduct ride quality PMT measurements ; Elevator Contractor will witness PMT measurements. The PMT shall apply ISO Whole Body standards and performance expectations as follows: a. 1) 2) 3) b. 1) 2) 3) c. 1) Hydro X axis, not to exceed 30 mg Gearless X axis, not to exceed 20 mg Y axis, not to exceed 20 mg Z axis, not to exceed 20 mg Geared X axis, not to exceed 25 mg Y axis, not to exceed 25 mg Z axis, not to exceed 25 mg

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E. Operating Test: Load each elevator to rated capacity and operate continuously for 30 minutes over full travel distance, stopping at each level and proceeding immediately to the next. Record temperature rise of elevator machine during 30-minute test period. Record failure to perform as required. F. Advise Owner, Architect, and authorities having jurisdiction in advance of dates and times tests are to be performed on elevators. 3.04 PROTECTION A. The elevators shall not be used for construction purposes or during the period prior to turning over the Project to the Owner. Should the Owner authorize elevators for temporary use, the following conditions shall apply: 1. Provide a temporary acceptance form for the Owner’s authorization. 2. Neither the new installation period nor the Warranty Period shall start at this time unless specifically approved in writing by the Owner. 3. Provide all temporary enclosures, guards, or other protection of the hoistway openings, power, signal devices, car lights, and protection of any elevator entrances, cars, fixtures, and any other equipment that is installed. 4. Provide and maintain manufacturer’s recommended equipment room environment p rior to Substantial Completion while operating equipment for Contractor’s benefit. 5. Provide written operation and maintenance documentation to the Owner that Contractor has provided proper maintenance and adjustment of the equipment while operating equipment for Contractor’s benefit during construction and prior to Substantial Completion. 6. Replace all frequently repaired/high maintenance parts after Contractor’s use prior to Substantial Completion to assure minimal carry-forward maintenance problems. 7. Return the elevators in the same condition they were in prior to being placed on temporary service and pay for any repairs, clean up, and cost of temporary service. 8. The Elevator Contractor shall be allowed to perform routine maintenance or repairs. B. As elevator installation is completed, the Owner may accept and use the elevators, shut them down, or accept them under an Interim Service Agreement described below: 1. The Owner shall have the option of continuing the Interim Service Agreement until all elevators in the group (or building) are completed. 2. The guarantee period and new installation service shall start at the termination of the interim service period. 3. The cost of interim service shall not exceed the prorated cost of the monthly maintenance bid required by these specifications. The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center MS080212 ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS 14 21 00 27 OF 28

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A. Before Substantial Completion, instruct Owner’s personnel on elevator operation during automatic operation, independent service, secured mode, and fireman’s service. B. Check operation of each elevator with Owner's personnel present and before date of Substantial Completion. Determine that operation systems and devices are functioning properly. C. Check operation of each elevator with Owner's personnel present not more than one month before end of Warranty Period. Determine that operation systems and devices are functioning properly. 3.06 ACCEPTANCE A. Final acceptance of the installation shall be made only after all field inspections and tests are complete, punch list items are complete, all submittals have been furnished, and the Owner’s representative is satisfied that the installation has been satisfactorily completed.

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