INSTALLATIONS BY DC, LLC.
SECTION 11132 [11 52 13]
S-B1 HALLWAY RECESSED SECURITY SCREENS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.A.Electrically operated, ceiling recessed, security screens.
1.B. Screen controls.
2.A.Division 5 – Metal Fabrications: Suspension systems for projection screens.
2.B.Section 06400 [06 40 00] – Interior Architectural Woodwork: Wood trim for recessed screen installation.
2.C.Section 09120 [09 22 26} – Ceiling Suspension System: Supports and trim for suspended ceilings.
2.D.Section 09210 [09 26 13] – Gypsum Plaster: Ceiling for recessed screen installation.
2.E.Section 09260 [09 21 16] – Gypsum Board Assemblies: Ceiling for recessed screen installation.
2.F.Section 09510 [09 51 23] – Acoustical Tile Ceilings: Ceiling for recessed screen installation.
2.G.Division 16  for electrical wiring, connections, and installation of remote control switches for electrically operated projection screens.
3.A.NFPA 70 – National Electrical Code.
3.B.NFPA 701-99 – Fire Tests for Flame-Resistant Textiles and Films.
3.D.US Green Building Council.
4.A.Submit under provisions of Section 01300.
4.B.Product Data: Manufacturer’s data sheets on each product to be used, including:
4.B.1.Preparation instructions and recommendations.
4.B.2.Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
4.C.Wiring diagram for electrically operated units.
4.D.Shop Drawings: Shop drawings showing layout and types of projection screens. Show the following:
4.D.1.Location of screen centerline.
4.D.2.Location of wiring connections.
4.D.3.Seams in viewing surfaces.
4.D.4.Detailed drawings for concealed mounting.
4.D.5.Connections to suspension systems.
4.E.Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color chips representing manufacturer’s full range of available colors and patterns.
4.F.Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inches (150 mm) square, representing actual product, color, and patterns.
5.A.Single Source Responsibility: Obtain each security screen required from a single manufacturer as a complete unit, including necessary mounting hardware and accessories.
5.B.Coordination of Work: Coordinate layout and installation of security screens with other construction supported by, or penetrating through, ceilings, including light fixtures, HVAC equipment, fire-suppression system, and partitions.
1.6DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
6.A.Do not deliver security screens until building is enclosed and other construction where screens will be installed is substantially complete.
6.B.Store products in manufacturer’s unopened packaging until ready for installation.
6.C.Protect screens from damage during delivery, handling, storage, and installation.
8.A.Manufacturer limited warranty: 5 years from date of purchase.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
1.A.Acceptable Manufacturer: Installations by DC, LLC. 5101 Chase Avenue, Downers Grove, 60515, Office Phone 630-323-2581, dcinsatllations.com
1.B.Substitutions: Not permitted.
1.C.Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01600.
2.2MOTORIZED, CEILING RECESSED, FRONT PROJECTION SCREENS
2.A.Access E: Electric motor operated, steel case. Ceiling-recessed, 18-gauge steel headbox, 7-3/8 inches high x 8-1/16 inches deep (188 mm high x 205 mm wide) including trim flanges with white paint finish and stamped 13-gauge steel end caps. UL approved “Suitable for use in environmental air space.” Bottom closure panel forms slot for passage of viewing surface and can be released to hang down or be removed for access to operating mechanism and viewing surface. Bottom perimeter flange provides support and trim for acoustical ceiling panels and trim for gypsum board ceiling. Access case may be ordered in advance and the screen installed later to eliminate field damage. Housing is symmetrical allowing for left (Standard) and right (optional) hand motor locations and for viewing surface to unroll off front or back of roller. Steel mounting brackets slide in extruded aluminum mounting system along top of case. Brackets supporting roller/fabric assembly slide in tracks inside top of case, allowing viewing surface to be centered in case. Steel leveling brackets are attached to case to prevent deflection. Housing designed with internal junction box and plug-in wiring connections to allow housing to be installed and connected to building power supply separately from motor and viewing surface.
2.A.1.Motor mounted inside screen roller on rubber isolation insulators. Motor UL certified, rated 110-120V AC, 60 Hz, three wire, instantly reversible, lifetime lubricated with pre-set accessible limit switches.
2.A.2.Quiet Motor mounted inside screen roller on rubber isolation insulators. Motor operates at 44db. UL certified, rated 110-120V AC, 60 Hz, three wire, instantly reversible, lifetime lubricated with pre-set accessible limit switches.
2.A.3.Motor shall be left mounted (standard).
2.A.4.Motor shall be right mounted (optional).
2.3 SERCURITY SCREEN CONTROLS
3.A.General: All controls are UL Certified.
3.A.1.Single station controls rated 115V AC, 60 Hz with 3-position rocker switch with cover plate to stop or reverse screen at any point.
3.A.2.Multiple station controls rated 115V AC, 60 Hz with 3-position rocker switches with cover plates to stop or reverse screen at any point. Automatic override allows only one signal to reach the motor when operated simultaneously.
3.A.3.Low voltage control unit with three button 24V switches and cover plate to stop or reverse screen at any point, built-in RF receiver, built-in Video Interface Control trigger for 3V-28V, RS232, and dry contact relays.
3.A.4.Low voltage 24V control unit with handheld RF remote three button control switch to stop or reverse screen at any point, built-in RF receiver, built-in Video Interface Control trigger for 3V-28V, RS232, and dry contact relays.
3.A.5.Low voltage 24V control unit with handheld IR remote three button control switch to stop or reverse screen at any point, built-in RF receiver, built-in Video Interface Control trigger for 3V-28V, RS232, and dry contact relays.
3.A.6.Key Operated power supply switch to control power to control system.
3.A.7.Locking switch cover plate for limited access to three position switch.
3.A.8.Key operated 3-position control switch rated 115V AC, 60 Hz to stop or reverse screen at any point.
3.A.9.3-position low voltage control switch with key locking cover plate rated 24V to stop or reverse screen at any point.
PART 3 EXECUTION
1.A.Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared.
1.B.Verify rough-in openings are properly prepared.
1.C.If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
2.A.Clean surfaces thoroughly prior to installation.
2.B.Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the manufacturer for achieving the best result for the substrate under the project conditions.
3.A.Install in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
3.B.Install front projection screens with screen cases in position and relationship to adjoining construction as indicated, securely anchored to supporting substrate, and in manner that produces a smoothly operating screen with plumb and straight vertical edges and plumb and flat viewing surfaces when screen is lowered.
3.C.Test electrically operated units to verify that screen, controls, limit switches, closure and other operating components are in optimum functioning condition.
4.A.Protect installed products until completion of project.
4.B.Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.