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CONTENTS
SECTION 14210
ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS
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PART 1

PART 2

PART 3

GENERAL

1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11

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Work Included
Regulatory Requirements
The Main Contractor shall provide
The Elevator Contractor shall provide and fit
Coordination
Submittals
Preliminary Information
Specification Corrections
Construction Schedule
Technical Personnel
Spare Parts

PRODUCT

2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
2.15
2.16
2.17
2.18
2.19
2.20
2.21

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Equipment Warranty
New Installation Service
Monitoring and Control
Manuals
Equipment Location
Machines
Control
Controllers
Car and Counterweight Guide Rails
Hoist and Governor Ropes
Car Platforms
Counterweights
Car and Counterweight Guides
Buffers
Safety Devices
Car Frame, Safety and Governor
Elevator Landing Entrances
Elevator Car and Landing Door Operator
Car Enclosure
Operations
Special Operations

EXECUTION

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3.2
3.3

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Site Condition Inspection


Painting
Cleaning

3.4

Testing And Training

SECTION 14210

ELECTRIC TRACTION ELEVATORS

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PART 1

GENERAL

1.1

WORK INCLUDED
Work of this section shall conform to all requirements of the Contract
Documents. Comply as well, with all referenced documents in this and other
sections.
This section covers the provision of Vertical Transportation systems in
accordance with Architectural, Structural, Mechanical and Electrical
drawings. Provide all labor, materials, equipment and services for elevators
indicated on the drawings and as specified herein.

1.2

REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
Supply and install all vertical transport equipment in accordance with the
latest edition of ANSI/ASME A-17.1 or BS 5655 and with all local codes
and regulations that govern the installations. When regulations do not fully
cover technical aspects of high-speed elevators, and when specifically cited
in these specifications, meet the requirements of the latest edition of
ANSI A 17.1 Safety Code.

1.3

THE MAIN CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE

1.3.1

Related builders works, including wire mesh partition, rail guard / mesh /
safety chain/floating slabs in the machine room where applicable pit
separation screens to a height of 2500 mm from the pit floor, pit ladder.

1.3.2

Suitable scaffolding to be provided by the Main Contractor. All scaffolding


including entrance protection must be installed, adjusted and maintained to
the satisfaction of the safety officer.

1.3.3

Temporary power supply for installation and testing purposes up to the


machine room with breakers and the Elevator Installation Contractor to give
full details of requirement with the tender.

1.3.4

Machine room Air conditioner of suitable capacity in accordance with A/C


design drawings.

1.3.5

Permanent 3 phase 415V 50Hz and 1 PH 240V 50Hz TPN +SPN circuit
breakers of required capacity etc. in the lift machine room.

1.3.6

Hoisting hooks / beams in the elevator shaft and machine room roof slab as
applicable.

1.3.7

Emergency standby generator of required capacity to run the elevators in the


event of power failure all in accordance with electrical specifications &
drawings.

1.3.8

Provision of Conduits and installation only for the wiring from Automatic
Transfer Switch (ATS) / Generator panel to elevator control panel. Wires to
be supplied by Main Contractor.

1.3.9

Provision of conduits and installation for the wire between elevator shaft and
security / reception for elevator interphone supervisory panel. Wiring to be
supplied by Elevator Installation Contractor.

1.3.10

Provide Temporary Subcontractors offices, stores, and lay down areas. The
cost, provision and erection of the huts, office, stores and security of it shall
be the Subcontractors responsibility.

1.3.11

Provision of conduits supply and installation of the wiring from fire alarm
panel to elevator shaft. Wiring to be provided by the Main Contractor.

1.3.12

Scaffolding & Crane facility for lifting materials to the various floors and
machine rooms.

1.3.13

Provision of conduits, supply & installation of remote wiring for the EMS
Elevator Monitoring System to the BMS room. Wiring to be provided by the
Main Contractor and subject to Elevator Installation Contractor approval
regarding the number of pairs, size & type.

1.3.15

All necessary external wirings beyond the elevator shaft required for the
interphone and the elevator monitoring system EMS from the machine-room
to the BMS room, to be provided by the Main Contractor.

1.4

THE ELEVATOR CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AND FIT

1.4.1

Installation task lighting, power cables for hand tools, temporary works
requirement within the shaft. Scaffolding to be provided by the Main
Contractor. If special scaffolding is required for the installation of the
elevators then the Elevator Installation Contractor must provide this as a part
of his works.

1.4.2

Supply and install the lifts closed type voltage free sensing contacts (rating of
contact125V DC 5A) and supply required wiring from the Automatic transfer
switch (ATS)/ Generator panel to elevator control panel. Installation by Main
Contractor.

1.4.3

Guide rail fixing and anchor bolts.

1.4.4

Interphone system to be provided in all lifts

1.4.5

Permanent top car lighting.

1.4.6

All metal work associated with the support of all ropes and diversion
frames/pulleys.

1.4.7

Controller earth protection mats in the machine room.

1.4.8

All guarding of equipment.

1.4.9

Elevator Monitoring System wiring to BMS room. Provide a per meter cost
for the wiring.

1.4.10

A sound power Firemans telephone jack in elevator E4.

1.4.11

Car protection pads and hooks in elevators.

1.4.12

1.5

Steel separator beams & door sill angles in the lift hoist-way to be provided.

CO-ORDINATION
Provide shop drawings showing detailed dimensions and the methods of
joining elevator system work to the work of other divisions. Include all
required information and templates.
The Contractor is required to ensure proper coordination between the
elevator Contractor and other Sub-contractors.

1.6

SUBMITTALS
The Contractor shall verify elevator well plumb and dimensions, prior to the
preparation of shop drawings, and submit to the Engineer any proposed
modifications that needed to suit the actual site conditions.
Submit layout and shop drawings in ample time for considered review.
Show all work including car enclosure and landing entrance coordination
details. Show top clearance above cross head and counterweight frame,
equipment location on top of cars, machine room layout with power and heat
release data, structural beams and their elevations, reaction loads and
locations. Show elevator well sections that including vertical and horizontal
bracket spacing, all connections, attachments, reinforcements, anchorage and
locations of all exposed fastenings.
Submit descriptive brochures, drawings and/or renderings, along with
detailed information of all landing fixtures, position indicators, car operating
panels, lighting and ventilation devices, cab interior finish materials, door
panels and entrance jambs.
When submittals differ from the Contract requirements, make specific
mention of such differences in a letter of transmittal, along with a written
request for substitution, which details the reasons. Such submittal shall not
relieve Elevator Contractor of his responsibility for executing the work in
full accordance with Contract Documents, and he shall be responsible for
any delays, whether or not the substitution is approved.
Approval of submitted data shall not relieve the Elevator Contractor of his
responsibility to furnish all equipment or proper dimension and weight,

capacity, speed, size, quantity, quality and installation details, needed to


meet all performance requirements to the intent of Contract Documents.
1.7

PRELIMINARY INFORMATION
The Contractor is responsible for ensuring that necessary interfacing
between Elevator Contractor and other sub-trades shall be coordinated, and
that all items of work are included.
Submit, with 30 working days of Contract award, complete data regarding
work to be done by other Divisions, including:
- Verification of elevator well and machinery space dimensions.
- Structural supports, reaction loads and their locations.
- Voltage confirmation, all power ratings including starting, running and
stopping currents.
- Machine room heat generation.
- Suitability of architectural and structural elements, immediately adjacent to
elevator equipment components, to ensure full compliance with all
governing codes and regulations.
- All other information needed to complete work by other divisions, so as to
permit completion of the elevator work (including materials massing
requirements), in accord with the construction schedule.

1.8

SPECIFICATION CORRECTIONS
Review all Specification Sections and Drawings and immediately report any
ambiguity or discrepancy to the Engineer, so as to not alter or delay the
installation work.
Do not proceed with affected work portions until related ambiguities and
discrepancies have been fully clarified and corrected.

1.9

CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE
Provide a work schedule for each functional unit or group, fully coordinated
with the overall construction schedule, containing sufficient details to allow
complete monitoring of work progress. Include activities such as:
engineering, design approval, manufacturing, transportation and delivery, as
well as individual installation events, related construction activity by other
divisions, and the completion date for each elevator.

1.10

TECHNICAL PERSONNEL
Do all installation work with competent mechanics under Elevator
Contractors direct control. Provide senior personnel (adjuster or field

Engineer) to assist Engineer with Acceptance Testing and subsequent retesting (if required due to failure to meet all specified performance factors).
Prior to Acceptance Testing, provide a copy of this specification to the
technical personnel involved.
1.11

SPARE PARTS
Prior to handing over, provide the following spare parts:
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One (1) break release


One (1) car button card
One (1) CPU card
One (1) Digital indicator
One (1) display module
One (1) door motor
One (1) door card
One (1) encoder
One (1) hall button card
One (1) hall indicator
One (1) magnetic switch
One (1) photo electric device
One (1) power supply card
One (1) relay card
One (1) switch card
One (1) weighing device card

PART 2

PRODUCT

2.1

EQUIPMENT WARRANTY
A Substantial Completion Date, for the entire plant of vertical transport
equipment, shall be determined from various final acceptance dates of each
unit and group. Substantial Completion Date, as certified in writing by
Engineer, shall initiate the contractual guarantee period.
Guarantee all material, workmanship and performance for twelve months
following the substantial completion date. Replace all defective parts, not
due to improper use, which develop within the twelve months period.
Recommence the guarantee period upon completion of remedial work.
Final payment shall not relieve the Elevator contractor of his responsibility
for negligence or faulty material or poor workmanship, within the extent and
period stipulated by law. Upon written notice, remedy a defect and pay all
expenses for damage to other work that results from the defect.

2.2

NEW INSTALLATION SERVICE

Provide full maintenance service of all units and groups in accordance with
manufacturers recommendation for a period of twelve months following
substantial completion date.
Replace defective parts, not due to improper use, which may develop within
the aggregate period.
Include this maintenance cost in the base price, but identify the amount to
permit separating operating costs from capital equipment costs.
Perform maintenance work with technically competent personnel, directly
employed and supervised by Elevator Contractor. Provide qualified
personnel at the job site without unreasonable delay. Maintain an adequate
parts inventory, locally.
Carry out routine examination and repair during regular working hours,
without expense to Employer. Provide emergency call-back service (24hours per day per week), without expense to Employer unless the
malfunction is caused by misuse or abuse of elevator equipment.

2.3

MONITORING AND CONTROL

2.3.1

General: Provide remote control/monitoring panels at the control room


with devices for all elevators if specifically mentioned in the schedule of
specifications.

2.3.2

Bring all data points for a unit or group to connectors or terminal strips at a
common location in the motor room. Bring wiring down the elevator wells
to terminal blocks, in preparation for running to remote panels. Provide and
pull wire from elevator wells to remote panels, via conduit provided by Main
Contractor to suit a wire count by Elevator Contractor. Provide all devices
and interconnections required to meet functional features specified herein.

2.3.3

Provide the remote panel in control room with display and/or indication of:
- In-service status for each elevator.
- Car position and travel direction (each elevator).
- Independent Service Operation (each elevator).
- Safety circuit actuation (each unit).
- Intercommunication master station (2-way, to any or all elevators).
- Distress indication for each elevator, buzzer and reset button (may be
combined with intercommunications system).
- Fire-fighters key switch, for each elevator group.

2.3.4

Provide an interface with BMS; Volt Free N.O. Contacts (operation, fault, fize).

2.4

MANUALS

2.4.1

Four weeks prior to Substantial Completion, provide:


- Operation manual, with manufacturers operating instructions, reduced scale
drawings, step-by-step descriptions of all special operating features.
- Maintenance manual, describing all procedures needed to keep systems in
proper operating condition.

2.5

EQUIPMENT LOCATION
The elevator machines shown located above the hoist way have the pulleys
fixed at the top of the hoist way on beams, ends of which are supported at
the hoist way walls.
Clearance around the equipment located in each machine room shall comply
with the applicable provisions of governing codes and local regulations.
Where practical, elevator controllers shall be located near the driving machines
that they control. The driving machine shall be visible from its controller.

2.6

MACHINES

2.6.1

PM Gearless Traction Machine: The PM gearless traction machine shall


be designed to meet the continuous duty of elevator operation. The brake
shall be of mechanically (spring) applied and electrically released type. The
brake shall have sufficient power to hold the car at any landing with the
normal amount of counter - balancing and with 125% contract load.
An effective sound reducing material shall be installed between the bed plate of
the driving machine and the machine beams. The Civil/Structural works for
elevator hoist should be as per the recommendation of the manufacturer without
any extra cost to the contract and fully coordinated with other services.

2.6.2

The Driving Motor: The driving motor shall be of the three phase AC,
induction motor type specially designed to meet the torque and frequent
starting requirements of the elevator operation.
The motor shall be suitably designed to operate with less noise under the
variable voltage variable frequency speed control system.
The driving motor shall have sufficient capacity to operate continuously at
100% of contract load and 100% of contract speed and for a 10 minute
period at 110% of contract load and 100% of contract speed in both
directions without overheating.

2.7

CONTROL

2.7.1

Variable Voltage Variable Frequency Control: Converts A.C line current


to D.C using diode converters and then reconverts to A.C at the voltage and
frequency required to move a given load at the desired speed. The resulting

precise motor control shall provide precision speed regulation and smooth
acceleration and deceleration regardless of the load on the car. Latest power
device switching shall be employed to allow switching the high frequencies
involved in the speed control. Latest microprocessor & semiconductor
technology shall be employed to provide an energy efficient drive system
without an annoying hum.
Dual microprocessor units (Master unit & Slave unit) shall be provided to
ensure switching over the control to slave unit in the event of malfunctioning
of the main unit.
A digital encoder shall detect accurately the position of floor and feed back
to the control circuit.
The elevator, if stopped due to reasons other than actuation of safeties or power
failure, shall go to the nearest floor in slow speed and shall open the door.
An anti nuisance/mischief prevention feature shall be employed to prevent
unnecessary/accidental registration of car calls.
Each elevator shall be provided with a self leveling feature that will
automatically bring the elevator to the floor landings within a tolerance of +
5mm. maximum. Self leveling shall, within its zone, be entirely automatic and
independent of the operating device and shall correct for over travel and rope
stretch. The elevator shall be maintained approximately level with the landing,
irrespective of distance, travel or load and while loading and unloading.
2.8

CONTROLLERS
Micro computer based control units shall be provided to control the
operation, the starting, the stopping, accelerating and decelerating the speed
of the elevator motor and also to apply the brake if any of the safety devices
operate or the power fails.
All controllers shall be enclosed in sheet metal cabinets finished in air dried
enamel. Doors and covers shall be of removable type to provide easy access
to all components and parts housed in the control panel.
The controller shall house all necessary contactors, relays, switches, cards,
micro processors, interface modules, power amplifiers, solid state devices,
timing devices, transformers and all apparatus associated with the control of
the elevator in the machine room.
The controller shall provide protection against the following:
- Phase reversal of the power supply.
- Overload.
- Single phasing.
The control system shall provide a smooth acceleration and deceleration
with the leveling accuracy at all landings from no load to full rated load in

the elevator. This smooth operation shall be obtained for all elevators under
stable conditions which provide for a "maximum car start to car stop" times
for a floor-to- floor run with a balanced load at the midpoint of the hoist way
(start of a door closing at one floor to the fully opened door position at the
next local floor). Prior to completion of the works and prior to expiry of the
maintenance period, the elevators shall be re-adjusted as required to meet the
approved performance requirements within 10%.
The equipment shall be designed to operate at plus or minus 10% of normal
feeder voltage and plus or minus 3% of normal feeder frequency without
damage or interruption of elevator service.
2.9

CAR AND COUNTERWEIGHT GUIDE RAILS


Provide steel guide rails with brackets and rail clips for each elevator car and
counterweight, suitably attached to the building structural members. car guide
rails and car frame shall be so located to balance the car assembly in the guides.
Rail brackets shall be suitably attached to the building structure. Bracket
spacing shall be in accordance with the applicable safety codes listed
elsewhere.
Rails shall be of steel "TEE" section of standard length with its faces
properly machined to provide a smooth and uniform track for the moving car
and counterweight. Joints of rails shall be accurately machined with tongues
and grooves at the end of the rails at the center of the railhead and base
forming matched joints.
All joints shall be so located that fish plates will not interfere with the
relative motion of the rail with respect to the rail clips and brackets. Car and
counterweight rails shall be thoroughly cleaned and filled smooth throughout
their length and at the rail joints before cars are put in operation.
The car and counterweight guide rails shall be provided and aligned so that the
faces of the rails are plumb within plus or minus 6mm. from top to the bottom
of the hoist-way. The maximum change in the Distance Between Guides
(DBG) shall not exceed 6mm.Rail shim packs shall be 19 mm. maximum and
shall secure rail clip alignment and shall be so designed that they will remain in
position even though the fastening bolts may become loosened.

2.10

HOIST AND GOVERNOR ROPES


Each elevator shall be provided with hoist ropes of specification sizes and
numbers sufficient to comply with the requirements of the applicable codes
listed elsewhere.
The ends of the hoist ropes shall be properly secured to the car and
counterweight cross head or to the dead end hitch plates on 2:1 roping, with
adjustable rope shackles. Screw adjustment shall permit equalization of the
tension in all ropes.

The specification and size of the governor rope for each elevator shall be as per
the requirements of the applicable codes specified elsewhere. The governor
rope shall pass over the governor sheave and over a tension device at the pit.
Tests shall be carried out at the manufacturer's works to ascertain that the
ropes comply with the appropriate code or standard, and test certificates
shall be produced upon request.
2.11

CAR PLATFORMS
The car platform of each elevator shall be rigid all steel construction
consisting of steel sheet or pan mounted on structural framing. Alternatively
platform construction shall be structural steel frame filled with two layers of
wood flooring and a top wood flooring of 19mm. marine plywood. The
under side of the car platform shall be covered with sheet steel.
The platform shall be mounted on rubber isolating cushion pads between the
car and steel car frame.

2.12

COUNTERWEIGHTS
Each elevator shall be suitably counterbalanced for smooth and economical
operation. Cast iron, cast steel, or flame cut steel plate sub weights shall be
contained in a guided structural steel frame. The counterweight shall be equal
to the weight of complete elevator car plus at least 40% of the contract load.

2.13

CAR AND COUNTERWEIGHT GUIDES


Roller guides or guide shoes as required for the speed and load of the
elevator shall be provided as follows.

2.13.1

Roller Guides: Each elevator shall have four sets of car and counterweight
roller guides. Each roller guide shall have 3 or six wheels tired with durable
resilient material, each rotating on ball bearings having sealed in lubrication,
assembled in substantial metal base and so mounted as to provide continuous
contact of all wheels with the corresponding rail surfaces under all
conditions of loading and operation. The wheels shall run on three finished
rail surfaces. The roller guides shall run on dry surfaces.

2.13.2

Guide Shoes: Each elevator shall have four sets of car and counterweight
guide shoes. Each guide shoe shall be made of suitable resilient material, each
fixed inside suitable metal frames. A suitable guide rail oilier shall be fixed on
each guide rail side at the top and bottom of the car and counterweight.

2.14

BUFFERS
Provide car and counterweight buffers as per the requirement of applicable
codes mentioned elsewhere in the specifications. Buffers shall be tested in
the works and test certificate shall be produced upon request. Provide pipe
stands, struts, braces or other supports, for buffers.

2.15

SAFETY DEVICES

2.15.1

Pit Safety Switch: Provide pit safety switches in all elevator pits. Pit safety
switches shall interrupt the power supply and hold the cars to permit access
to the pits for servicing.

2.15.2

Terminal Stopping Devices: The slow-down, normal and final terminal


stopping devices shall be provided for each elevator at top and bottom
terminal floors. The devices shall be enclosed type and shall be arranged so
that as the elevator approaches either terminal landing, a roller with
noiseless tread, mounted on a movable arm, will come into contact with
cams, and through operation of the device, bring the elevator automatically
to a smooth stop at the terminal landing. The roller of the device shall
engage its full area on the cam surface.
The final limit switches shall be operated by a fixed cam attached to the
elevator. The switches shall be so located that they will be operated should
the elevator travel a predetermined distance above or below the upper or
lower terminal landing. These limit switches shall be independent of any
other stopping devices and shall positively open without the use of springs to
cut off power from the driving machine motor and brake. It shall prevent the
operation of the elevator in either direction.

2.15.3

Hoist-way Door Unlocking Devices: Hoist-way door unlocking devices


shall be provided for all elevators on all doors as per the requirement of
applicable codes specified elsewhere. The unlocking device shall permit
access to hoist-way using a special key.

2.15.4

Electric Interlocks and Door Contacts: The door at each elevator hoistway entrance shall have door interlocks as required by the applicable codes
specified elsewhere. The unlocking of any hoist-way entrance shall cut the
electrical contact of that particular door which shall prevent the operation of
the elevator by cutting the power to motor.
The doors of elevator cars shall have electrical contacts conforming to the
applicable codes.

2.15.5

Emergency Exits With Contacts: Each elevator shall have emergency


exits conforming to applicable codes specified elsewhere.
All emergency exits shall be provided with electric contacts to prevent the
operation of the elevator when the exit door is open. The exit door shall be
easily openable from on top of the car without using any tools.
All elevators shall be equipped with emergency power supply consists of
battery kit to land the elevator to the nearest door in case of failure of main
power supply.

2.16

CAR FRAME, SAFETY AND GOVERNOR

The car frame shall consist of structural steel members, securely bolted
together and the frame shall be so reinforced and braced as to relieve the car
enclosure from undue strains. The safety shall be mounted on the bottom
members of the car frame and shall be operated by a speed governor located
over the hoist-way. The safety shall stop the elevator whenever excessive
descending speed is attained and means shall be provided to cut off power
from the motor and apply the brake prior to application of the safety. The
safety shall be released by moving the elevator in the upward direction.
The type of safety and the method of application shall conform to applicable
codes specified elsewhere.
The governor rope system, including the governor and tension sheave, shall
be arranged so that the carrier will not release due to system dynamics when
the elevator is subjected to an emergency stop in the up direction.
The governor switch tripping speed and governor tripping speed shall
conform to applicable codes specified elsewhere. The governor shall be
calibrated and sealed at the factory. Factory test reports shall be furnished
upon request.
2.17

ELEVATOR LANDING ENTRANCES

2.17.1

General: Each hoist way landing assembly consisting of unit frame, door
panels, sill, hanger, closer, interlock and their installation shall comply with
applicable code requirements and have a fire rating of 1 hours.

2.17.2

Unit Frames: Unit frames shall be of self supporting type constructed of


steel with dimensions and finishes as mentioned in the schedule of each
elevator and as per architectural drawings.

2.17.3

Door Panels: The door panels shall be of 1.5mm thick mild steel construction
with suitable stiffeners. The bottom of each door panel shall be provided with a
minimum of two removable laminated phenolic guides which run in the sill
slots. Guide shall be designed to be replaced without removing door panels.
The finishing and dimension of door panels shall be as detailed in schedules.

2.17.4

Sills: Unless otherwise specified, all landing sills shall be made of extruded
aluminium. Grooves shall be machined to give minimum clearance for the
guides. The sills shall be supported on steel angles which are in turn securely
fastened to building structure.

2.17.5

Door Hangers: Provide a sheave type two point suspension hanger and
track complete for each hoist way and car door.
Hangers shall be supplied with adjustable rollers to take the up thrust of doors.
Tracks shall be of heavy section with surface shaped to conform to the tread
of hanger sheaves and rollers. Suitable means shall be used to transmit
motion from one door panel to the other.

2.17.6

Hanger Supports: Hanger supports shall be of thick steel sections securely


bolted to strut angles or to building structure.

2.17.7

Hanger Cover Plates: Hanger cover plates shall be made of sheet steel and
shall extend the full width of door.

2.17.8

Sight Guards: Provide sight guards for all openings, installed in a manner
to reduce to a minimum the clearance between the hoist way doors and the
car doors so as to conceal the hoist way and car beyond the door opening.

2.17.9

Toe Guards: Toe guards shall be of sheet steel and shall be installed at the
lowest landing. They shall extend to the full width of the door opening.

2.18

ELEVATOR CAR AND LANDING DOOR OPERATOR


The doors on car and each landing shall be opened and closed quietly and
smoothly by an electric AC thyristor type or DC operator mounted on car top.
Unless otherwise specified in the schedules, all elevators shall be provided
with a photo cell, which shall extend the full height of the door when a
person obstruct the beam of the cell, the car and hoist way doors shall return
to their open position.

2.19

CAR ENCLOSURE

2.19.1

Provide car enclosures as detailed below and conforming to all applicable


codes.

2.19.2

Car Walls: Car walls shall be in sheet steel, minimum 1.5mm thick, of
sufficient mechanical strength , finished as detailed in the schedules of each
elevator.

2.19.3

Car Roof: Roof shall be constructed of heavy duty sheet steel of sufficient
mechanical strength conforming to all applicable codes. The roof of car shall
be sufficiently reinforced to withstand the distributed weight of two men.
All elevator car roofs shall have the following accessories and other features
as detailed elsewhere in the specifications.
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Inspection lamp.
Power socket.
Emergency stop switch.
Inspection switch.
"UP" & "DOWN" button.

Provide exhaust blowers, silent in operation, to draw air into car enclosure
for all elevators. A switch shall be provided in the car operating panel to cut
off the fan as and when required.

2.19.4

Emergency Lights: Each elevator shall be provided with an emergency


light which will give not less than three hours duration on main failure. The
battery to be rechargeable type.

2.19.5

Alarm Bell: A push button shall be fitted on the car operating panel of each
car arranged to ring a battery operated bell mounted on top of elevator car.
Bell, trickle charger, rechargeable battery and all interconnecting wiring
shall be supplied and installed as a part of this contract.

2.19.6

Telephone: Telephone shall be fixed in the cabin, which shall allow


passengers to communicate telephone system. It should also be possible to
communicate between cabin and machine room of each elevator.
All interconnecting wiring outside the hoist way and telephone points in
each machine room shall be provided by main Contractor.

2.19.7

Car Load Weighing Devices: Each elevator shall have a car weighing
device to render the elevator inoperative incase of over loaded car.
An audible alarm on top of the car shall sound incase of an overloaded car.
When the car is loaded to its full capacity, a device shall monitor the
situation and bypass all the hall calls registered and the elevator shall
respond to car calls only .

2.20

OPERATIONS
The operation of each elevator shall be as defined in the schedule of each
elevator.

2.20.1

Simplex Selective Collective Fully Automatic Operation: N/A

2.20.2

Duplex Selective Collective Fully Automatic Operation: N/A

2.20.3

Group Supervisory System: Group supervisory system shall be employed


for 1 group as attached schedules. In this system, the operation of one or
more elevators shall be controlled in a well balanced form. The waiting
time is computed as to which car is most suitable for responding to the call
newly made. The service conditions of all the cars shall be monitored and
optimization control shall be effected at all times. Each time the hall call is
made, the maximum waiting time relative to the assigned hall calls that
precede the newly made hall call are compared among the cars and the car
having the smallest figure shall be selected. Long waiting time and
unnecessary movement of cars shall be eliminated. In cases where one car is
separated from the group operation for maintenance and other purposes, the
hall calls to be attended by the separated car shall be reassigned to the
remaining cars. Hall lantern shall flicker 4-5 seconds before the arrival of the
elevator and the gong shall be sounded at the same time to inform the
waiting passengers.

- Elevator Identifier: The elevators shall be identified by elevator identifier.


The naming shall be done by letters (A, B, C, D, E, F, ). The elevator
identifier can be lit when the specific car has been assigned and it can also
blink and make a gong sound when the car arrives at the landing.
2.21

SPECIAL OPERATIONS

2.21.1

Fireman's Operation: Fireman's operation shall be provided for elevators


as per the requirement in the schedules. The operation shall be as detailed
below and as per the requirement of applicable codes specified elsewhere.
A two position key switch shall be provided adjacent to the main landing
push button satiation for all the designated elevators. The key switch shall
have the following positions: ON & OFF. An alternative firemans callswitch shall be also provided to direct the elevator to the upper floor to the
main floor landing in case the main floor is in fire.
Each elevator designated for firemen service operation shall have a two
position key switch in the main car operating panel. The key switch shall
have OFF & ON positions.
The elevators designated for fireman's operation shall operate from the main landing
key switch when it is changed from the OFF to the ON position as follows:
- The elevator shall close its doors if open and return nonstop to the main
landing without responding to registered car or landing calls. An elevator
traveling away from the main landing shall stop and reverse its direction at
its next possible landing without opening its doors.
- All car and landing buttons shall be rendered inoperative and all call
acknowledging lights and waiting passenger lanterns shall be extinguished until
the Firemen service switch at the main landing is turned to the OFF position.
- Once the elevator is reached at the main landing, it shall wait as standby
elevator with its door in the open position until the Fireman's switch at the
main landing is turned to the OFF position. The elevator shall return to the
normal operation as soon as the Fireman's switch at the main landing is
turned to the OFF position.
The elevator ( L1 ) designated for firemen service shall be operable only
from their car call buttons by actuation of the two-position key switch in the
main car operating panel from the OFF position to the ON position.
- Each elevator may be controlled from the normal car buttons for the landing
served and from the normal DOOR CLOSE button. This operation shall
over ride other controls and all landing call buttons but shall be operational
only when the Firemen service switch at the main landing is in the ON
position.
- Once the Fireman registers the call for the desired floor, continuous pressure
on the DOOR CLOSE button shall close the doors and start the elevator.
Once desired floor is reached elevator is stopped until another similar
operation is made by the fireman.

All elevators when on INDEPENDENT or inspection operation shall be


signaled to return to the main landing when landing key switch is in the ON
position or elevator is called by automatic detection means.
- The emergency signal shall sound a distinctive tone, bell or gong located on
top of the car enclosure.
All elevators if connected with automatic fire monitoring panel shall operate
as follows when getting a signal from the main fire alarm and detection
system through the relay contacts provided at the control panel located at
each elevator machine rooms.
- All elevators shall return nonstop to their main landing without responding to
registered car or landing calls. An elevator traveling away from the main
landing shall stop and reverse its direction at its next possible landing without
opening its doors.
- All car and landing buttons shall be rendered inoperative and all call
acknowledging lights and waiting passenger lanterns shall be extinguished
until the Firemen service mode is changed by the fire monitoring panel
through the relay contacts.
- Once the elevator is reached at the main landing, it shall wait as standby
elevator with its door in the open position until the Firemen service mode is
changed by the fire monitoring panel through the relay contacts. The elevator
shall return to the normal operation as soon as the Fireman's mode is cleared
by the fire monitoring panel through the relay contacts.
2.21.2

Independent Service Operation: Independent operation, if required by the


schedule of specifications, shall be provided as follows:
An Independent Normal switch shall be provided on the main car operating
panel for all elevators specified for independent operation. When this switch
is in the ON position, the elevator shall be operated from the car buttons
only independent of all other operation modes.
The doors shall remain open when an elevator is at a landing until the car
button for another landing and the DOOR CLOSE button are pressed. If
several car calls are registered, it shall be necessary, after each stop, to press
the door close button to effect the closing of the doors.

PART 3

EXECUTION

3.1

SITE CONDITION INSPECTION


Elevator Contractor shall verify elevator well plumb before preparing shop
drawings, and report to the Engineer any proposed modification to
equipment design to suit actual site conditions.
During construction of building structure (prior to installing elevator
equipment), examine elevator well and machinery spaces to verify that no

irregularity exists that could affect the quality of execution of the work as
specified. Note:
-

Elevator well dimensions and plumb. Divider beam locations.


Support areas for beams, brackets, etc.
Pit dimensions and drainage.
Access means to pit, hoist way and machinery spaces.
Suitability of power sources, illumination and ventilation.

Examine the work of other divisions, upon which the work of this section
depends, and report defects in writing to the Engineer.
3.2

PAINTING
Apply a coat of rust inhibiting paint, either in the field or at factory, to
exposed ferrous metal surfaces of controller cabinet, machine, struts, header,
dust cover, rail brackets, working platform, car frame, buffers, buffer
extensions, ladder, working platform, and any other ferrous metal product
supplied. After installation and final cleaning, re-paint the non-machined
surfaces as required.
Ferrous metal surfaces that will be concealed in the completed work shall
receive a factory applied primer and finish coat of rust inhibiting paint.
After installation, but before work is done to conceal the item, clean and
repaint damaged areas.

3.3

CLEANING
Prior to start of Acceptance Testing, ensure that all installation work is
complete, including:
Clean machine room, pit, top of car, and elevator well blow out controllers.
Make all wiring runs neat, and connect all spare wire to terminals.
Remove all non-permanent equipment from machinery spaces.

3.4

TESTING AND TRAINING


Third party testing certificate of the installation shall be provided. Training
of the Employer staff on the maintenance and operation of the elevators and
controls shall be provided.

END OF SECTION 14210

LIFTS SCHEDULE

Lift Reference
No of Elevators (in group)
Type
Capacity (Persons/Load) Persons-Kg.
Travel
Stops (Floors served)
Floors Denominations
General
Speed
Machine type
Drive System
Machine Room
Shaft Size
Pit Depth
Overhead
Control
Power Supply Main
Power Supply Lighting
Car & Landing Entrance -Type
Car & Landing Entrance
Car Door operation
Door Operator Type
Door Protection

Car and landing Entrance Finishes


Car Door Panels & Frame
Landing Dr. Panels & Frame
Frames
Sill
Architraves

Car Internal Dimensions

Car Enclosure Finishes


Front Wall
Side walls
Rear walls
Skirting

Ceiling

: L1 , L2 & L3
: THREE
: Passenger
: 13 persons 950 kg
: 43 meter (approximate)
: 12-All in Line, front only
: G, L1 TO L11

: 2.00M/s
: Gearless Electric Traction
: AC V3F
: Directly above lift shaft (L 29)
: 6300mm Wide x 2200mm
: 2000mm
: 5500mm
: Group- Interconnected Up/Down
Collective
: 400V, 3 Phases, 50Hz
: 230V, 1Phase, 50Hz
: Two panel Center Opening
: 1000mm wide x 2100mm High (Clear)
: AC V3F
: Pressure Sensitive Contact Switch
Curtain of Lights
Nudging Feature
Safety shoe running full door height

: Brushed Stainless Steel


: Brushed Stainless Steel
: 200mm Wide
: Extruded Hard Aluminum
: As per drawing (A-01-875)

: 1600 mm Wide x 1600 mm deep x


2300mm High

: Brushed Stainless Steel


: Brushed Stainless Steel
: Brushed Stainless Steel
: Brushed Stainless Steel

Type

Lighting

: perforated metal ceiling with Trap


Door Above
: color and pattern to identify by
engineer
: Down Lighters

Handrail
Type/Finish
Position
Flooring
Ventilation

: Round-Brushed Stainless Steel


: On Rear Wall (under mirror)
: Granite tiles 400x400x20 mm
: One- Discreet in blowing

Finish

Mirror
Type/Finish
Frame
Location
Car & Landing Signalization
Model type

Car-Car Operating Panel


Position
Type
Finish
Push Button Type-Finish
Position indicators
Key Switches

Landing Push Button Station


Lowest & Upper Most floors
Call Station Faceplate-Finish
Push Button Type

Hall Lanterns
Main Floor

Gong
Other floors

: Partial Height/ full Width- Silver


Safety Glass
: Brushed Stainless Steel
: Rear Wall (above the Handrail)
: Manufactures Standard (Provide
Brochure)

: Side Wall (in accordance with EN81


Codes)
: Full Height
: Brushed Stainless Steel
: Micro-movement with Tactile marking
Plastic with Stainless Steel Insert
: LCD with Direction Arrows
: Independent Service

: Single push button with Call


Registered Light
: Brushed Stainless Steel
: Micro-movement with Tactile marking
Plastic with Stainless Steel Insert

: LCD Combined up/down arrows indicating


direction of travel with Position Indicator
and Gong.
: One up/Two down with volume control
: LCD Up/Down Arrows indicating direction
of travel

with Position Indicator and Gong at each


landing entrance
Features to be included
Three station two-way intercom system, Car Top inspection, car emergency light
Independent service key switch in car operating panel, Fireman key switch at main
floor, Fire detection, Emergency Battery Drive, Hoist way access switches, Door
Nudging, Overload function, By-pass load function, Detection Drive time supervision,
Stuck-button supervision, Car light supervision. Motor Protection, Phase failure.