Solid Plastic Specs

PART-1 GENERAL

 

1.01 DESCRIPTION
A. Plastic compartment work includes the following:
1. Floor anchored/overhead braced partitions

 

B. Furnish all labor and materials necessary for the completion of work in this section as shown on the contract
drawings and specified herein.

 

C. Work in this section shall include, but is not limited to:
1. Toilet compartments.
2. Hardware for toilet compartments and plastic partitions.
3. Shop drawings and working drawings.
4. Manufacturer’s guarantee.

 

D. Related work specified elsewhere shall include accessories and anchorage/blocking for attachment of
compartments.

 

1.02 PRODUCTS

A. Submit six sets of shop drawings and details for architect’s approval

B. Color shall be selected from the manufacturer’s standard range of colors:

C. Color and hardware samples shall be submitted for approval to the architect upon request.

 

PART-2 PRODUCTS

2.01 MANUFACTURER

A. Toilet compartments to be supplied by One Point Partitions, Eastanollee, GA 30538.

 

2.02 MATERIALS

A. Doors, panels and pilasters to be 1” thick with homogeneous color throughout, constructed from high density polyethylene (HDPE) resins, which are, waterproof non-absorbent and have a self-lubricating surface that resists markings from pens, pencils and other writing instruments.

 

2.03 CONSTRUCTION

A. Doors, panels and pilasters shall be 1” thick with uniformly machined edges.

B. Doors and panels shall be 55” high and mounted at 14” above the finished floor.

C. Doors and panels to have an extruded aluminum heat sink strip attached to the lower edge.

D. Pilasters shall be 81-1/2” high finished height. Pilasters shall include a mounting system comprised of a one piece 304 stainless steel with #4 finish 3” high shoe with an integral plate in the bottom. The shoe shall be mounted to the floor utilizing concrete anchors supplied by Global Partitions. The concrete anchors shall be driven through the plate affixing it to the concrete floor. The concrete anchors shall have 2700lbs of holding strength when used in 5000psi concrete flooring. The pilaster height shall be adjusted by utilizing the machine thread bolt supplied which is placed into a metal insert installed in the bottom of the pilaster at the manufacturing facility.

E. Pilasters are overhead braced with an extruded anti-grip aluminum headrail.

 

2.04 HARDWARE

A. Door hardware shall be as noted:

1. Heavy-duty diecast (vault) zamac hinge shall have gravity-acting cams and are fabricated from a die cast aluminum alloy with a brushed finish and wrap around flanges. The cam is constructed from a ¾” diameter nylon rod and a 3/8” stainless steel pin. Slide latch, strike/keeper and hinges are through-bolted onto doors and pilasters using stainless steel vandal-resistant through bolts. Hinges are easily adjusted at the jobsite to a full close or partially open position, as required. Keeper provides for emergency access into the stall by lifting up on the bottom of the door.

2. Optional: Heavy-duty 8” aluminum hinge shall have gravity-acting cam. Slide latch, strike/keeper and hinges are through bolted onto doors and pilasters using stainless steel, vandal-resistant through bolts. Keeper provides for emergency access into the stall by lifting up on the bottom of the door

3. Optional: Continuous stainless steel hinge. Slide latch, strike/keeper and hinges are through bolted onto doors and pilasters using stainless steel, vandal-resistant through bolts.

4. Optional: Integral hinges shall be fabricated into the door and the pilaster with no exposed metal parts. The hinge mechanism is integrated into the door and pilaster with a ½” diameter nylon gravity cam unit with a 3/16” stainless steel center pin (at bottom) and a ½” nylon rod (at top). Integral hinges are not factory set and are installed at the job site. (NOTE: Pilaster must be a minimum of 5” wide.) Slide latch and strike/keeper are through bolted onto doors and pilasters using stainless steel vandal-resistant through bolts.

 

B. Panel and pilaster brackets shall be as noted:

1. Aluminum stirrup brackets shall be 2” long made of heavy-duty anodized extruded aluminum (6063-T5 Alloy). Stirrup brackets shall be 1/8” thick and mounted with stainless steel, vandal-resistant screws. Panels shall beattached with stainless steel, vandal-resistant through bolts. The attachment of brackets to the adjacent wall construction shall be accomplished with 2 ½” stainless steel vandal-resistant screws and plastic anchors.

2. Optional: Continuous heavy duty anodized extruded aluminum (6063-T5 alloy) wall brackets are pre-drilled. Wall brackets are mounted with stainless steel, vandal-resistant screws. The attachment of brackets to the adjacent wall construction shall be accomplished with 2 ½” stainless steel vandal resistant screws and plastic anchors.

3. Optional: Continuous heavy duty stainless steel wall brackets are pre-drilled. Wall brackets are mounted with stainless steel, vandal-resistant screws. The attachment of brackets to the adjacent wall construction shall be accomplished with 2 ½” stainless steel vandal resistant screws and plastic anchors.

 

C. Pilaster shoes shall be of a one piece design and integral to the mounting system and formed from #304 stainless steel 3” high with a #4 satin finish. Pilaster shoes are anchored to the pilaster with #10 stainless steel, vandal-resistant screws.

D. Headrail shall be made of heavy-duty anodized extruded aluminum (6063-T5 alloy). Headrail is anti-grip and attaches to the top of the pilaster with stainless steel, tamper-resistant screws. Headrail is attached to the adjacent wall construction with a headrail bracket.

E. Headrail brackets shall be made from a die cast aluminum alloy and shall be attached to the adjacent wall construction with 2 ½” stainless steel, tamper-resistant screws and plastic anchors.

 

PART-3 EXECUTION

 

3.01 PREPARATION

A. Examine areas to receive toilet compartments for correct height and spacing of anchorage/blocking and plumbing fixtures that may affect installation of compartments. Report any discrepancies to the architect.

B. Take complete and accurate measurements of toilet compartment locations.

C. Start of work constitutes acceptance of job.

 

3.02 INSTALLATION

A. Install compartments in a rigid, straight, plumb and level manner, with steel laid out as shown on the shop drawings and manufacturer’s installation instructions.

B. All doors and panels to be mounted at 14” above the finished floor.

C. Clearance at vertical edges of door shall be uniform top to bottom.

D. No evidence of cutting, drilling and/or patching shall be visible on the finished work.

E. Finished surfaces shall be cleaned after installation and be left free of all imperfections.

 

3.03 WARRANTY

A. One Point Partitions guarantees its plastic against breakage, corrosion and delamination for 15 years from the date of receipt by the customer. If materials are found defective during that period for the reasons listed above, the materials will be replaced free of charge. No credits or allowances will be issued for any labor or expenses relating to the replacement of components covered under the warranty plan. All such expenses are to be borne by the buyer.