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DELHI METRO RAIL CORPORATION LIMITED

(A Joint Venture of Govt. of INDIA & GNCTD)

TENDER DOCUMENT FOR ELEVATOR WORKS Of Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences (ILBS) D-1, Vasant Kunj, Delhi-110070

Volume - 2 SPECIAL SPECIFICATIONS

DELHI METRO RAIL CORPORATION LIMITED Metro Bhawan, 13, Fire Brigade Lane Barakhamba Road, New Delhi-110001 India

TENDER NO: DMRC/Elec./IT&PD/ILBS/Elevator/03


Elevator Works of
Institue of Liver & Biliary Sciences (Including Nurses & Interns Hostel) AT ILBS,D-1,Vasant Kunj,Delhi-110070
SL. NO. DESCRIPTION VOLUME 1 1 2 3 4 Notice Inviting Tender Instruction to Tenderers (Including Annexures) Special Conditions of Contract DMRC Labour Welfare Rules

VOLUME 2 1 Special Specifications

VOLUME 3 : VOLUME 4 1 Bill of Quantities VOLUME 5 1 Tender Drawings

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VOLUME 6 1 2 Condition of Contract of Safety , Health & Environment General Conditions of Contract

ELEVATOR WORKS (Special Specifications) CONTENTS Page 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Terminology Design & Performance Requirements Design Criteria & Performance Specifications Elevators Design Services Electromagnetic Compatibility Requirements (EMC) Fire Safety Requirements Installation Testing & Commissioning of Elevators Maintenance 9.1 Maintenance Requirements 9.2 Maintenance Service 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Special Tools, Commissioning Spares & DLP Spares Quality Assurance & System Assurance Materials & Workmanship Requirements Appendix I : Check List Appendix II : List Of Indian & International Standards Connected With Lift Installation Appendix III : Instruction To Be Displayed In The Lift Car And Lift Landings (Freight cum Passenger Elevator) Appendix IV : Instruction To Be Displayed In The Lift Car And Lift Landings (Passenger Lifts) Appendix V : Barrier Free Requirements Appendix VI : Safety Of Lifts In Public Buildings CVC Report 78 79 83 84 3 10 15 49 50 53 54 55 68

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Appendix VII : Bombay Lift Rules 1958 as Amended upto 1989 Appendix VIII-1 : Technical Parameters( Passenger Elevator) Appendix VIII-2 : Technical Parameters (Freight Elevator) Appendix IX List of Approved makes Appendix A

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR ELEVATOR WORKS (I) 1.0 1.1 TERMINOLOGY For the purpose of Lift specifications following definitions shall apply: Bottom Car Runby The distance between the car buffer striker plate and the striking surface of the car buffer when the car is in level with the bottom terminal landing. 1.2 Bottom Counter weight Runby The distance between the counterweight car buffer striker plate and the striking surface of the counterweight buffer when the car is in level with the bottom terminal landing. 1.3 Buffer A device designed to stop a descending car or counterweight beyond its normal limit of travel by storing or by absorbing and dissipating the kinetic energy of the car or counterweight. 1.3.1 Oil Buffer A buffer using oil as a medium which absorbs and dissipates the kinetic energy of the descending car or counterweight.

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Oil Buffer stroke The oil-displacing movement of the buffer plunger or piston, excluding the travel of the buffer plunger accelerating device.

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Spring-Buffer A buffer which stores in a spring the kinetic energy of the descending car or counterweight.

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Spring-Buffer load rating A load required to compress the spring by an amount equal to its stroke.

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Call Indicator A visual and audible device in the car to indicate to the attendant the lift landings from which calls have been made.

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Car Bodywork The enclosing bodywork of the lift car which comprises the sides and roof and is built upto the car platform.

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Car Frame The supporting frame or sling to which the platform of the lift car, its safety gear, guide shoes and suspension ropes.

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Car Platform The part of the lift car which forms the floor and directly supports the load.

1.8 i)

Clearance Bottom Car Clearance The clear vertical distance from the pit floor to the lowest structural or mechanical part, equipment or device installed beneath the car platform aprons or guards located within 300mm, measured horizontally from the sides of the car platform when the car rests on its fully compressed buffers.

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Top Car Clearance The clear vertical distance from the top of the car crosshead, or between the top of the car where no crosshead is provided, and the nearest part of the overhead structure or any other obstruction when the car floor is level with the top terminal landing.

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Top Counterweight Clearance The clear vertical distance from between any part of the counterweight structure and the nearest part of the overhead structure or any other obstruction when the car floor is level with the bottom terminal landing.

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Control The system governing starting, stopping, direction of motion, acceleration, speed and retardation of moving member.

i)

Single- Speed Alternating Current Control A Control for a driving machine induction motor which is arranged to run at a singlespeed. Electronic Devices A system of control which is accomplished by the use of electronic devices for driving the lift motor at variable speed. Alternating Current Variable Voltage Variable Frequency (ACVVVF) Control A system of speed control which is accomplished by varying the voltage and frequency of the power supply to the driving machine induction motor. Solid- State D.C. Variable Voltage Control A solid-state system of speed control which is accomplished by varying the voltage and direction of the power supply to the armature of driving machine D.C. motor. Counter weight A weight or series of weights to counter-balance the weight of the lift car and part of the rated load. Deflector Shieve
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An idler pulley used to change the direction of a rope lead. Door Door, Centre Opening Sliding A door which slides horizontally and consists of two or more panels which open from the centre and are usually so interconnected that they operate simultaneously.

1.13

Door Closer A device which automatically closes a manually-opened door.

1.14

Door Operator A power operated device for opening and closing doors.

1.15

Car Door Electric Contact An electric device, the function of which is to prevent operation of the driving machine by the normal operating device unless the car door is in the closed position.

1.16

Electrical and Mechanical Interlock A device provided to prevent simultaneous operation of both up and down relays.

1.17

Electro-Mechanical Lock A device which combines in one unit, electric contact and a mechanical lock jointly used for the landing and/ or car doors.

1.18

Emergency Stop Push or Switch A push button or switch provided inside the car designed to open the control circuit to cause the lift car to stop during emergency.

1.19

Floor Levelling Switch A switch for bringing the car to level at slow speed in case of double speed or variable speed machines.

1.20 1.21

Floor-Selector A mechanism forming a part of the control equipment, in certain automatic lifts, designed to operate controls which cause the lift car to stop at the required landings. Floor-Stopping Switch A switch or combination of switches arranged to bring the car to rest automatically at or near any pre-selected landing. Freight cum Passenger Lift A lift designed primarily for the transport of goods as well as of Passenger. Guide Rails Fixing The complete assembly comprising the guide rails bracket and its fastenings.

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Guide Rails Shoe An attachment to the car frame or counterweight for the purpose of guiding the lift car or counterweight frame.
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Landing Call Push A push button fitted at a lift landing, either for calling the lift car, or for actuating the call indicator. Landing Door The hinged or sliding porting of a lift well enclosure, controlling access to a lift car at a lift landing. Landing Zone A space extending from a horizontal plane 40 cm below a landing to a plane 40 cm above the landing. Levelling Devices Levelling Device, Lift Car Any mechanism which either automatically or under the control of the operator, moves the car within the levelling zone towards the landing only, and automatically stops it at the landing. Levelling Device, One Way Automatic A device which corrects the car level only in case of under-run of the car but will not maintain the level during loading and unloading. Levelling Device, Two-way Automatic, Maintaining A device which corrects the car level on both under-run and over-run, and maintains the level during loading and unloading. Levelling Device, Two-way Automatic Non-maintaining A device which corrects the car level on both under-run and over-run but will not maintains the level during loading and unloading. Levelling Zone The limited distance above or below a lift landing within which the levelling device may cause movement of the car towards the landing. Lift An appliance designed to transport persons or materials between two or more levels in a vertical or substantially vertical direction by means of a guided car or platform.

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Lift Car The load carrying unit with its floor or platform, car frame and enclosing body work. Lift Landing That portion of a building or structure used for discharge of passengers or goods or both into or from a lift car. Lift Pit That space in the lift well below the level of the lowest lift landing served. Lift Well The unobstructed space within an enclosure provided for the vertical movement of the lift car (s) and any counterweight (s), including the pit and the space for top clearance. Lift Well Enclosure
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Any structure which separates the lift well from it surroundings. 1.36 Lift Beam A beam, mounted immediately below the machine room ceiling, to which lifting tackle can be fixed for raising or lowering parts of lift machine. Operation The method of actuating the control of lift machine. Automatic Operation A method of operation in which by a momentary pressure of a button the lift car is it in motion and caused to stop automatically at any required lift landing. Selective Collective Automatic Operation Automatic operation by means of one button in the car for each landing level served and by up and down buttons at the landing, wherein all stops registered by the momentary actuation of the car made as defined under non-selective collective automatic operation, but wherein the stops registered by the momentary actuation of the landing buttons are made in the order in which the landings are reached in each direction of travel after the buttons have been actuated. With this type of operation, all up landing calls are answered when the car is travelling in the up direction and all down landing calls are answered when the car is travelling in the down direction, except in the case of the uppermost or lowermost calls which are answered as soon as they are reached irrespective of the direction of travel of the car. Car Switch Operation Method of operation by which the movement of lift car is directly under the operation of the attendant by means of a handle. Signal Operation Same as collective operation, except the closing of the door is initiated by the attendant. Double Button (continuous pressure) Operation Operation by means of buttons or switches in the car and at the landings any of which may be used to control the movement of the car as the button or switch is manually pressed in the actuating position. Operating Device A car switch, push button or other device employed to actuate the control. Over Head Beams The members, usually of steel, which immediately support the lift equipment at the top of the lift well.

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Over-Speed Governor An automatic device which brings the lift car and/or counterweight to rest by operating the safety gear in the event of the speed in a descending direction exceeding a predetermined limit. Passenger Lift A lift designed for the transport of passengers. Position and/or Direction Indicator A device which indicates on the lift landing or in the lift car or both, the position of the car in the lift well or the direction or both in which the lift car is traveling. Rated Load The maximum load for which the lift car is designed and installed to carry safely at its rated speed. Rated Speed The means of the maximum speed attained by the lift car in the upward and downward direction with rated load in the lift car.

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Retiring Cam A device which prevents the landing doors from being unlocked by the lift car unless it stops at a landing.

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Roping Multiple A system of roping where, in order to obtain a multiplying factor from the machine to the car, multiple falls of rope are run around sheaves on the car or counterweight or both. It includes roping arrangement of 2 to 1, 3 to 1 etc.

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Safety Gear A mechanical device attached to the lift car or counterweight or both, designed to stop and to hold the car or counterweight to the guides in the event of free fall or if governor operated of over speed in the descending direction.

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Sheaves A rope wheel, the rim of which is grooved to receive the suspension ropes but to which the ropes are not rigidly attached and by means of which power is transmitted from the lift machine to the suspension ropes.

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Slack Rope Switch Switch provided to open the control circuit in case of slackening of rope (s). Suspension Ropes The ropes by which the car and counterweight are suspended. Terminal Slow Down Switch A switch when actuated shall compulsorily cut off the high speed and switch on the circuitry to run the elevator in levelling speed before reaching on terminal landings.

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Switch for cutting all the energizing current in case of car travelling beyond the top or bottom landing or a switch which cuts off the energizing current so as to bring the car to a stop at the top and bottom level. 1.53 Terminal Stopping Device Final A device which automatically cause the power to be removed from an electric lift driving-machine motor and brake, independent of the functioning of the normal terminal stopping device, the operating device or any emergency terminal stopping device, after the car has passed a terminal landing. Total Headroom The vertical distance from the level of the top lift landing to the bottom of the machine room slab. 1.55 Travel The vertical distance between the bottom and top lift landing served. 1.56 Geared Machine A machine in which the power is transmitted to the sheave through worm or worm and spur reduction gearing.

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2.0 2.1 2.1.1

DESIGN & PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS General The design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of Elevators with or without Machine room at the top shall meet the design and performance requirements as specified in the Special Specifications. Basic Design Philosophy and Requirements Proven Design (a) The Contractor shall develop the design based on this specification and on proven and reliable Engineering Practices. The design details shall be submitted with technical data and calculations to the Employers Representative for review. The System, including all Sub-systems and Equipment shall be of proven design. The Elevator Sub-systems and Equipment proposed by the Contractor shall have been in Multi Story Buildings and have established their performance reliability over a period of at least Five Years. Where similar equipment or Sub-systems of a different rating are already proven in service, then the design shall be based on such equipment. In case these stipulations are not fulfilled, the Contractor shall furnish sufficient information to prove the basic soundness and reliability of the offered Sub-system.

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The design philosophy should meet the following criteria: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) (xiv) (xv) (xvi) (xvii) 2.2.2 Application of state-of-the-art Technology Service proven design Design life 30 years Minimum life cycle cost Low maintenance cost Use of interchangeable, modular components Extensive and prominent labelling of parts, cables and wires Use of unique serial numbers for traceability of components High reliability Low energy consumption System safety Adequate redundancy and factor of safety. Fire and smoke protection Use of fire retardant materials Environment friendly Adherence to operational performance requirements Maximum utilisation of indigenous materials and skills, subject to quality conformity. Adequate margin shall be built into the design particularly to take care of the higher ambient temperatures, dusty conditions, and high seasonal humidity, etc. prevailing in Delhi. Design Management and Control

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In order to ensure that the requirements of this Particular Specification are met, the Contractor shall establish and maintain documented procedures using ISO 9001 to control and verify the design of the System and all its equipment. These procedures shall be subject to review by the Employers Representative. The Contractor shall establish and maintain a systematic, documented, comprehensive, and verifiable system integration process throughout the execution of the Contract. This process shall ensure that interfaces and interaction between System, infrastructure, sub-systems, software, and operating and maintenance requirements have been identified and engineered to function together as a system. System Integration Process The Contractor shall systematically identify and formally document all design, manufacturing and operational interfaces between equipment within the System, and between the System and external systems, facilities, operations and the environment likely to affect or be affected by the System. The Contractor shall define methods to confirm compatibility between System equipment and carrying out integration tests at different stages of the design and interface management process to demonstrate that all equipment functions perform properly, both individually and as part of the complete System. The system integration process shall be capable of audit by the Employers Representative. Interface Management Plan The Contractor shall submit to the Employers Representative for review an Interface Management Plan (IMP) and Detail Interface Documents, in accordance with the NIT of Volume 1, which defines how the Contractor will systematically identify and document technical interfaces. Interface Managemnet Plan shall be prepared Jointly with Civil , LV , Fire , HVAC & Interior Contractors. Design Submission Requirements The Contractor shall perform his designs for the Contract in accordance with the requirements of this Specifications. The Contractor shall submit to the Employers Representative for his review, relevant design information as identified under each stage. Such submissions shall incorporate the relevant Standards applicable. Performance Features Required The Contractor shall provide built-in diagnostics and remote monitoring functions for each microprocessor-based equipment and module of the systems such that the performance requirements can be demonstrated.
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The reliability and maintainability processes and procedures shall be planned, integrated and developed in conjunction with the operating environment, and the design, development and production functions to permit the most effective and economical achievements of the systems and equipment design objective. A high design standard incorporating redundancy if practicable, flexible system arrangement, together with good quality products, and adherence to strict construction standards, are required to ensure high reliability of Elevator systems. Reliability Requirements The Reliability requirements shall be subsidiary to the Availability and Maintainability requirements. Availability Service Availability Targets The Systems shall be designed to ensure that failure of any major equipment, caused by an external accident or negligence of internal staff, will not lead to unavailability of the whole System, other than temporary outage of the failed equipment. All elements of the systems shall be able to be maintained during Non-Operation hours to avoid interrupting passenger train services.

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Maintainability The Contractor shall undertake maintainability analysis to assess the preliminary maintainability targets of the systems. The Contractor shall state the maintainability requirements, and demonstrate that System maintainability is sufficient to support the claimed System reliability and availability performance. The Contractor shall demonstrate that maintenance errors have been considered, and, as far as is practicable, the risk of maintenance-induced faults has been mitigated by the appropriate design. The equipment to be supplied by the Contractor must be designed for minimum or no maintenance. Maintenance activity required must be capable of being performed with minimum or no impact on the day to day operation. Maintenance activities may be classified into two areas, routine preventative and corrective, both of which affect service availability. Other maintenance strategies such as condition monitoring may be incorporated. Routine/preventive maintenance periods shall be limited to non-operational maintenance hours during the night or if essential during off peak periods. To optimize speedy corrective maintenance, techniques employing automatic diagnostics test points, and rapid repair facilities shall be provided.

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2.11 2.11.1

Safety Safety Requirements The installation design shall incorporate measures to avoid presenting safety hazards to people. The Systems design shall incorporate measures to provide for its safe management and operation. The installation shall meet the fire safety requirements generally as per NFPA-130. The design of the earthing system shall conform to IS 3043 : 1987

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Safety Targets The Contractor shall show that the Systems can be maintained safely. The contractor shall demonstrate that the systems have been designed to minimise the risk due to operator and maintainer error, considering both ergonomic aspects of the system designed to reduce the likelihood of the error, and protective measures to mitigate the consequence of such error.

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Conformity with Requirements

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The work shall be carried out in accordance with the following governing specifications and other statutory rules: Indian Electricity Rules 1956 with latest amendments. Indian Electricity Act 1910 with latest amendments. Rules and Regulations prescribed by local authorities as applicable. Relevant, Indian Standards, IEC Standards, British Standards, and other National/International standards as applicable. CPWD Specifications.

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The Contractor shall furnish information asked for by a statutory body (e.g., Inspector of lifts) in particular format as directed by Employers Representative.

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Codes and Regulations Local Codes, Regulations and Standards Unless otherwise stated herein, the design, installation, testing and commissioning shall comply with the latest edition of all applicable standards issued by the Bureau of Indian Standards and other relevant local regulations applicable. IS 14665: All parts (Latest Version). IS 15330: Installation and Maintenance of lifts for Handicapped Persons Code of Practice IS 7759: Specification for lift doors locking device and controls. IS-1860 Code of practice for Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Electric passenger and goods lifts Bombay Lift Rules with all Amendments. Additional requirements imposed by statutory or government authorities not listed above shall be complied with.

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Additional Standards Elevators shall comply with the requirements as per latest edition of EN 81 and BS 5655 of the British Standards: Safety rules for the construction and installation of electric lifts. The provisions related to the application for handicapped persons stated in these codes shall also be complied with for Lifts designated for Handicapped Persons. The Contractor shall also comply with the Guidelines and space standard for Barrier free Built Environment for Disables And Elderly Persons published by C.P.W.D. (Central Public Works Department). India for such Designated Lifts. The contractor shall comply with the guidelines for safety of elevator circulated vide A. V. series circular no. 822, issued by Ministry of Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation, Govt. of India vide their letter no. C-31011/1/2001-AVII dated 7.12.2001.

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DESIGN CRITERIA AND PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION ELEVATORS with or without MACHINE ROOM ON TOP Introduction This specification defines the objectives, guidelines and requirements for the contractors design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the Elevators at Institute of Liver & Billiary Sciences, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi.

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General Requirements a) Each Elevator shall have its own driving machine. The method of drive shall be Electric Traction with gear / gear less motor with VVVF Control. b) All elevators shall be capable of operating satisfactorily and smoothly at a rate of 180 motors starts per hour or above for a period of not less than 20 hours per day, seven days a week, within the environmental conditions as stated in the Tender Document and at the location where the elevators are to be installed. c) The design of the Elevators shall be such that no major repair shall be necessary for a period of 20 years from the date of issue of Certificate of Taking Over. This is based on the requirements that detailed inspections and maintenance are carried out annually, whilst routine cleaning and maintenance are carried out as necessary. d) Major repair shall mean replacement of car frame, car enclosure, car and landing doors, elevator shaft wiring (except travelling cables), guide rails, drive machine, gear box and driving sheave, but parts attached to these components which are subjected to normal wear and tear are excluded e) The design of the Elevators shall take into consideration fire prevention, elimination of dust and dirt traps, and easy accessibility for cleaning and routine maintenance. f) The approximate travels and the location of the landings of each Elevator are given in parameters. Each Elevator shall serve the levels as indicated in Lift Plans. The landing doors shall be at the same side of the shaft. The Contractor shall verify the above and all other relevant information through co-ordination with the Designated Civil Contractors.

g) The approximate overhead (headroom) and pit depth for each Elevator are shown in the Lift Plans. The Contractor shall co-ordinate with the Designated Civil Contractors to finalise these details. The levelling accuracy shall be within 5mm of the finished floor level. 3.3 3.3.1 Drive Machinery : Electric Supply Three phase, 50 c/s, 415 V electric supply shall be made available. The entire lift equipment should be suitable for operation at +10% to 15% of the rated supply voltage. 3.3.2 Geared machine/Gearless Machine The lift machine shall be of worm gear reduction type with motor, brake, worm gearing and driving sheave and suitable for VVVF control specified.
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3.3.3 3.3.3.1

Electric Traction Drive System Traction Machine The construction of all Elevator machines shall conform with IS 14665, IS - 3534, IS - 4666 and BS 5655: Part 1.

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Motor (a) The drive motor shall be AC self lubricating motor suitable to withstand frequent peak current encountered in the lift duty and shall have high starting torque, high power factor , high efficiency , Low Energy Consumption and low starting current. Thermister shall be embedded in the starter windings to indicated the temperature wind in the motor. The motor shall be capable of not less than 180 starts per hour without excessive temperature rise. The maximum temperature rise of the winding shall not exceed 50oC above ambient temperature when operated under normal condition. The shaft must be capable of withstanding the high stresses due to braking and should be extended at the free end with a suitable keyway, in order that the Elevator may be operated manually with a hand wheel during emergency and for effective adjustment. Provision shall be made to enable the speed to be checked at Main Control Cubicle. The motor shall carry a nameplate giving full details of its ratings and characteristics. Motor shall be of TEFC type The motor used shall have Class F insulation and shall be designed for 125% of rated load. A motor winding tool shall be provided for each Elevator and be placed in a proper holder fixed at a convenient position

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3.3.3.3 Sheaves Sheaves and pulleys shall be of hard alloy, cast iron, SG iron or steel and free from cracks, sand holes and other defects. They shall have machined rope grooves. The traction sheave shall be grooved to produce proper traction and shall be sufficient dimension to provide for wear in the groove. The deflector sheave shall be grooved so as to provide a smooth bed for the rope. The deflector or secondary sheave assemblies where used shall be mounted in proper alignment with the traction sheave. Such deflector sheaves shall have grooves larger than rope diameter as specified in clause 8 of IS 14665 (Part4 Sec 3): 2000. The size of all the sheaves shall be in accordance with clause 8.4 of IS 14665 (Part4 Sec3) : 2000. Wherever necessary suitable protective guards may be provided. Sheaves shall be fitted with sealed for Life Lubricated Bearings. Adequate provision shall be made to Prevent any Suspension Ropes leaving groove due to Rope Slack or Introduction of Foreign Objects. Driving Mechanism shall operate under maximum Loading without Overheating or Vibration.
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3.3.3.4 Shaft Keys : Shaft which supports sheaves, gears, coupling and other members which transmit torque shall be provided with tight fittings keys of sufficient strength and quality. 3.3.3.5 Brake : The lift drive machinery shall be provided with an electromagnetic brake or permanent magnet break or motor operated brake normally applied by means of springs in compression when the operating device is in off position. The brake shall be suitably curved over the brake drum or brake disc and provided with fire proof friction lining. The operation of brake shall be smooth, gradual and with minimum noise. The brake shall be designed to be of sufficient size and strength to stop and hold the car at rest with rated load. The brake should be capable of operation automatically by the various safety devices current failure and by the normal stopping of the car. The brake shall be released electrically. It shall also be possible to release the brake manually, such released requiring the permanent application of manual force so as to move the lift car in short stops. For this purpose suitable brake release equipment wherever necessary shall be supplied with each lift installation and the same shall be kept in safe custody to prevent misuse. The Brakes shall be fitted with adjustable and renewable Brake Shoes. The Safety Brake Gear shall be capable of Repeated Operation without adjustments and shall operate without damage to, or distortion of guide rails. Band Brakes shall not be used. Brake Linings shall be secured to the Brake Shoes that normal wear shall not weaken their fixings. No Earth Fault, Short Circuit or Residual Magnetism shall prevent the Brake from being applied in the even of Loss of Power Supply to the Elevator Motor & Control Circuit. A Means of adjusting the Brake Plunger Stroke and releasing the Brake in Emergency shall be provided. The Elevator Machine shall be fitted with a Manual Emergency Device Capable of having the Brake released by hand and requiring a Constant effort to keep the Brake Open.

3.3.3.6 Alignment The Brake Plunger , Sheaves and all Bearings shall be mounted & assembled so that Proper Alignment of these parts is maintained. 3.3.3.7 Anti-Vibration Supports The Whole Traction Machine shall be mounted on appropriate Anti Vibration supports to minimize noise and vibration 3.3.4 Hand winding wheel or handle : At times of lift stoppage due to any reasons, it shall be possible to move the lift car to the nearest landing manually. The manual operation shall be by means of winding wheel or handle mounted on the end of the motor shaft. The up or down direction of the movement of the car should be clearly marked on the motor or at suitable location. A wearing plate written in bold signal red colour advising the maintenance staff to switch off the mains supply before releasing the brake and operating the wheel is to be prominently displayed.
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3.3.5

Bearings : Bearings shall be either of anti-friction metal sleave type with oil reservoirs, self, lubrication, oil gauges, capped filler openings and drains of the ball roller or sintered type subject to oil flood lubrication or grease lubrication. Grease lubricated bearings shall have grease gun connections and drain plugs. The bearings and lubricant reservoirs shall be dust tight and shall incorporate effective seals to prevent leakage. The outer end of the bearings shall be closed with a removable oil tight plate. Thrust bearings shall be of the ball or roller type and shall have two sets of balls or rollers arranged to minimize backlash for efficient working. Bearings shall not Leak Oil & shall be Dust-Tight, & Self Lubricating.

3.3.6

Type of control :

3.3.6.1 Variable Voltage Variable Frequency : Incoming mains AC power is first rectified to DC and then inverted to provide controlled AC current to the elevator drive. Precision monitoring of motor speed and car direction, position and load enable the pulse width of the AC power supplied to the motor to be adjusted to ensure that elevator speed is maintained very accurately to an ideal profile. Thus in VVVF controls pulse width modulation control of AC motors has following advantages compared with the older servo controlled elevators :a) b) c) d) e) f) Total control at all stages of the motion cycle. A consistent fully adjustable smooth ride. Better levelling accuracy under all conditions. A higher power factor Lower starting current. Energy saving through reduced power consumption.

3.3.7

Installation Aspects : a) Installation in Machine RoomLift Machine Room to accommodate the drive machinery, controller, etc., shall as far as possible be located on top of the lift shaft. The layout of equipment there should be such as to allow free movement of maintenance personnel inside. Machine room shall not be used for storage purpose. b) Air Conditioning of Machine Rooms- Machine Rooms shall either be AirConditioned or non air conditioned according to the requirement. Heat Load Details shall be furnished by the Elevator Contactor. c) Vibration, Isolation Vibration and isolation arrangement shall be provided to prevent transmission of vibration to the building and structure.

3.3.8

Guide Rails : Guide rails shall be in accordance with clause 3 of IS 14665 (Part 4Sec 2) 2000. Only machined guide rails shall be permitted for cars. Formed sheet metal rails shall be used up to speeds of 1.75mps for counter weight applications. In the case of

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Freight Lifts, un machined guides rails shall be permitted for the counterweight for all speeds and for the cars only up to a speed of 0.5m/sec. The guide rails shall be continuous throughout the entire travel and shall withstand without any deformation the action of safety gear with a fully loaded car. Generally the guide rails shall be supported by brackets secured to the hoist way frame at each floor. The rails shall be securely fastened to the brackets or other supports by approved heavy rail clamps. All necessary guide rails packing or additional supports shall be provided to prevent guide rail deflection and stresses exceeding the prescribed limits. The stresses on the guide rail due to the horizontal forces imposed on it during loading, unloading and running calculated without impact, shall not exceed 5mm. the guide rail brackets, their fastenings and supports shall be capable of resisting the horizontal forces mentioned above, with the total deflection at the point of support not in excess of 3mm. Guide rails shall extend from pit floor to the underside of concrete slabs or grafting at top of the lift well. They shall be erected in plumb and parallel with a maximum deviation of 3mm. All shimming required shall be of metal securely held in place. Jointing plates shall be so located as not to interfere with supporting clamps and brackets. The bolts shall be used with spring lock washers. The guide rail anchorage pit floor must be made without puncturing the water proofing. The expansion joints in the guide rails shall be so designed as to avoid jerks in the lift car. Machined guide rails shall have finished surfaces which shall be coated with corrosion preventive compound which shall be maintained till the commissioning of the installation. Before the car is placed in operation, the preventive coating shall be removed and the guide rails thoroughly cleaned and smoothened. There shall be a minimum of two brackets per piece of Guide Rail and distance between brackets shall not be more than half the Length of each piece of Guide Rail. Guide Rail brackets shall be of Steel & bolted securely to the building or structure steel works. The bracket shall be designed & located such that the Rail will not deflect more than 5 mm Under normal Operation. The Guide Rails shall be connected by Steel Fish Plates. The Rail Contact surfaces of the connecting Rail Plates & back of the guide Rail ends shall be accurately machined & fitted at site to form smooth joints. The stem sections of all guides shall be tongued and grooved to provide matched joints. The guides & their fixings shall be able to withstand the forces imposed by a fully Loaded Car Travelling at or higher than the tripping Speed of the Governor, due to the application of the Safety Gear, without permanent deformation or bending due to the Uneven Loading of the Car. The Guide Rail Brackets shall be Hot Dipped Galvanized. 3.3.9 Lift Car

3.3.9.1 Car Frame The car frame shall be in accordance with clause-4 of IS 14665 (Part 4-Sec 3) : 2001 made of Hot Dipped or Spray Galvanized Cold Rolled Steel of rigid construction to withstand without permanent deformation the operation of safety gear. The car shall be so mounted on the frame that vibration and noise transmitted to the passengers inside is minimized. The Deflection of the Members carrying the Platform shall not exceed 1/1000th of their Span Under Static Conditions with the Rated Load Uniformly distributed over the Platform. It shall not Transfer Load to Enclosure. The Safety Factor of the Frame shall not be less than 5.
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3.3.9.2 Car Platform a) The car platform shall be of framed construction and designed on the basis of rated load evenly distributed. The dimensions shall conform to IS:14665 (Part-1) 2000 unless otherwise specified. The flooring shall be smooth and of anti-skid surface. The flooring for goods lift shall be strong enough to take the rated load without any deformation or damage. A load plate along with overload alarm, giving the rated load and permissible maximum number of passengers should be fitted in each lift car in a conspicuous position. The Car Platform shall be constructed from Hot Dipped or Spray Galvanized Cold Rolled Steel. Minimum safety Factor shall be 5. Car Platform shall be insulated to prevent the transmission of Noise and Vibration from the Car Frame to the Platform.

b)

3.3.9.3 Car Body Car Body shall be made of Vandal /scratch proof Resistant Stainless Steel of Min. Thickness 1.5 mm. The Design of Final Finishes of the walls, Ceiling and Floor is Subject to the acceptance of the Employer. It shall be insulated to prevent the transmission of Noise and Vibration from the car Frame. The car shall be enclosed on all sides by a metallic enclosure. The enclosure including the door shall withstand without deformation a thrust of 35 Kg applied normally at any point and as per IS 14665 (Part 4/ Sec 3)-2001. Ventilation openings if specified shall be as per IS 14665 (Part4/Sec 3) - 2001. a) Stretcher guards/ trolley guards made of PVC/Rubber extrusion housed in a stainless steel beading shall be fitted at suitable level (s) to rear/ side panels for Passenger cum Goods Lifts (Service Lift) (Service Lift). Lift Car door shall have a fire rating of one hour.

b)

3.3.9.4 Car Roof The roof of the car shall be capable of supporting a weight of at least 140 Kg and as per IS 14665 (Part-4 Sec3) : 2001. The Car Roof shall be suitably Constructed with Galvanized Sheet Steel & reinforced to permit the Maintenance & Inspection of the Elevator Shaft equipment to be carried out by Maintenance Personnel standing on the Car Roof. Perforated with Mesh Construction of the Roof or Wooden Platform on the Car Roof shall not be acceptable. The Car Roof shall be fitted with Guard Rails set as at a height and of suitable dimensions and strength to Protect Maintenance Personnel. 3.3.9.5 Car Thresholds Car entrance shall be provided with metal thresholds having a grooved surface. Thresholds for lifts having horizontally sliding car doors or gates shall have machined or extruded guide grooves. 3.3.9.6 Toe Guard Aprons The toe guard apron of gauge not less than 1.6mm of Galvanized sheet steel may be provided extending at least 15mm beyond entrance jambs at each side. The guards
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shall have a straight vertical face extending below the level of the finished car floor and not less than the depth of the leveling zone plus 7.5mm. The bottom of guard shall extend 700mm for lifts up to speed of 1.5 mps below vertical face and beveled at 15o angle from the vertical. It shall be seemed to car platform construction and be reinforced and braced. The Depth of the Toe Guard shall be sufficient to prevent any object from being trapped between the Underside of the Car Platform and the Landing during Re-Leveling Operation . 3.3.9.7 Clearance The clearance between the top of the car and the soffit of the lift shaft roof, bottom of the car and the pit floor, the buffers etc., and the clearance between the car and the lift well, between the car and the landing sill, between two lift cars in the same shaft etc. shall be provided as per IS 14665 (Part 1, 2 & 4) and relevant lift rules mentioned in Appendix-I. When the Car rests on its fully Compressed Buffer, no part of the car or any equipment attached thereto shall come into contact with any part of the Pit or any Part of the equipment located therein. When the car rests on fully Compressed Buffer, there shall be a vertical clearance of at least 600 mm between the Pit Floor and the Lowest structured/ Mechanical Part, equipment or device installed beneath the car platform except Guide Shoes or Rollers, safety assemblies & platform apron, guards or other equipment. The clearance between the Car/Counter weight & the hoist way enclosure shall be at least 20 mm except on the side for Loading & Unloading. The Clearance between the counter weight & counter weight screen shall be at least 20 mm. The Clearance between Car & Counter weight shall be at least 25 mm. 3.3.9.8 Car Apron, Landing Thresholds and Sills An apron shall be fitted to the car platform such that no dangerous gap exist at any time when the landing door is opening, Thresholds and sill plates shall be provided at the landings also. The distance between landing sill and the sill on car platform shall not be more than 30mm. 3.3.9.9 Inter-communication System a) Though para 8.4.3 of IS 14665 (Part 2/ sec 1) : 2000 recommends for provision of either an emergency signal or a telephone inside the car but as a general experience, it is seen that over a period of time these devices become inoperative due to one reasons or the other. Therefore, in order to have at least one device of communication functioning at all the times, an alternative arrangement in terms of provision of both i.e. telephone with minimum three connections - one at the BMS Control Room , Second at Security Control and the third in machine Room shall be made. Emergency signal with re-chargeable batteries as source of supply shall be made in the lift cars. The device used for emergency signals should incorporate a feature that gives immediate feed back to the car passengers that the device has worked properly and the signal has been passed on the intended agency. This shall be achieved by pressing of bottom from control room which shall give audio signal to the passengers in the car. Provision of group indicator panel in the control room shall be made to indicate working of lifts.
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d)

Emergency Power Supply for Lift Car This shall include suitable secondary battery with trickle/ boost charge arrangement and invertor power pack with necessary contactors for supplying the light fixtures in the lift car. The same battery shall also feed the alarm bell and communication equipment.

3.3.9.10

Ratings, Instructions and Lift License Inside the lift car, the lift supplier shall also provide a stainless steel metallic plate indicating the rated load and detailed instructions for the passengers. This shall be mounted at a suitable place. There shall be provision to display Lift License, where License can be simply inserted in a Lift License Holder.

3.3.9.11

Lift Car Interior Finish The side, rear and facia panel shall be of metal, flush mounted and duly finished to match the car interior decor and shall contain all the devices as may be specified depending upon the type operation required. In addition separate illuminated panel for indicating the floor and direction may be provided on the top or the door way. All switches shall be fade proof and the devices shall be suitable quality. Each device and its operating position shall be legible fade proof and marked.

Car Interior & Elevator FinishesUnless specified elsewhere in this Specification, the following finishes for the Elevator shall be applied of:a) Landing Finishes i) Landing Transom Panels Combination of Vandal Resistant / scratch proof Stainless Steel Grade 304 & other Stainless Steel finish to be chosen by Architect Combination of Vandal Resistant / scratch proof Stainless Steel Grade 304 & other Stainless Steel finish to be chosen by Architect Combination of Vandal Resistant / scratch proof Stainless Steel Grade 304 & other Stainless Steel finish to be chosen by Architect

ii)

Architrave (Jamb)

iii)

Landing Doors

b)

Car Finishes i) Car Transom Panels Combination of Vandal Resistant / scratch proof Stainless Steel Grade 304 & other Stainless Steel finish to be chosen by Architect
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ii)

Car Door Frame

Combination of Vandal Resistant / scratch proof Stainless Steel Grade 304 & other Stainless Steel finish to be chosen by Architect .

iii)

Car Wall 1. Front Panels Combination of Vandal Resistant / scratch proof Stainless Steel Grade 304 & other Stainless Steel finish to be chosen by Architect . Combination of Vandal Resistant /scratch proof Stainless Steel Grade 304 & other Stainless Steel finish to be chosen by Architect Combination of Vandal Resistant / scratch proof Stainless Steel Grade 304 & other Stainless Steel finish to be chosen by Architect.

2. Side Panels

. 3. Back Panels -

Joints in all surfaces shall be coordinated. All Fixings to be of the hidden secret type (Cover strips at Joints are not acceptable)

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c) d)

Car Doors Car Floors

e)

Car Ceiling

f) g)

Car Kick Plates & Skirting Hand Grip Rail

Vandal / scratch proof Resistant Stainless Steel Grade 304. 15 mm Thick Granite (Panoramic & Passenger Lifts & PVC Flooring in case of Freight cum Passenger Lift. Vandal Resistant / scratch proof Stainless Steel of SS 304 Grade Panels. Other Ceiling Design to be Coordinated. Vandal Resistant / scratch proof Stainless Steel of Grade SS 304 Type. Vandal Resistant / scratch proof Stainless Steel of Grade SS 304 Type.

All Car Interiors/Architrave, doors and interfaces with Civil Structure & Finishes shall be subject to the acceptance of Employers Representative. All Stainless Steel Materials of Car & Doors shall be of grade SS 304 Type. 3.3.9.12 Car and Landing Entrances

3.3.9.12.1 a) The car and landing doors shall be flush type Vandal Resistant Stainless steel only for power operation. The flush type may further be of single sliding, centre opening. Power operated car and landing doors shall be so designed as not to injure any person during their closure by means of provision of a safety pressure switch which shall cause the doors to reopen on the slightest pressure. In case of power operated doors, it shall be possible on power failure, to open them from the car side. The door opening and closing shall be accomplished smoothly and quickly without undue noise, vibration and shock and their movements shall be cushioned and checked at both limits. The car door shall be centre opening horizontal sliding stainless steel Vandal Resistant Type. b) A potential cause of accidents could be the attempts made to open the landing door lock of lower floor in case the car stops away from floor level due to power failure. Since the car door can be opened in case of power failure so as to improve the ventilation and avoid claustrophobic situations etd. As outlined in IS 14665 (Part 2/Sec 1) : 2000 para 10.9.1, there is a tendency among trapped passengers to make attempts to open any accessible landing door. This attempt in panic may result in accidental fall into the lift pit. In order to ensure that the trapped passengers do not attempt landing door, the electromechanical latch should be so designed that it is inaccessible or invisible to the passenger in the car. In order to avoid accidental closure of doors while boarding or alighting the car, tamper proof infrared curtain covering almost the entire height of the door should be provided in the lift doors. The Doors shall be able to Withstand horizontal or lateral load according to IS 14665 (Part 4 /Section 6) 2001. 3.3.9.12.2 Landing Doors
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Each landing door shall be complete with locks, headers, sills, frames, rims, hanger supports with cover plates, facia plates etc. The finished works shall be strong, rigid and neat in appearance. Plain surface shall be smooth and free from warp or buckle. Moulded surfaces shall clean out, straight and true. Fastenings shall be concealed from the face side of the material. Steel Sills shall be provided with a suitable nosing of approximately 25mm depth on the shaft side. The opening for the landing gates or doors shall not be wider than that of the lift car. Landing Doors shall be made of Vandal Resistant Stainless Steel Grade 304. 3.3.9.12.3 Car Landings a) For the purpose of identification, the lift number should be displayed outside the landing door, inside the car and in the machine room. This numbering may be used as reference for the purpose of routine/ preventive maintenance, for operating from machine rooms and reporting of any incidents etc. Instructions Detailed instructions for Lift Operations & Passenger Safety including Dos & Donts specified for guidance of passengers of shall be prominently displayed inside and outside the car at all landings. c) It is seen generally, that though the instruction on DOs and Donts, as per provision of the relevant IS, are displayed in lift cars but the same are either displayed in inconspicuous location, or are very small in size or are in one language only. To make these instructions serve the intended purpose, and not a mere compliance of relevant IS clause; that these instructions should be displayed at a conspicuous location with larger and understandable script and should be written in English

b)

3.3.9.13

Door Hangers and Rollers


Both car and landing doors shall be fitted with sheaves type door hangers. The sheaves wheels shall be tyred with as sound attenuating material and shall rotate on a grease packed precision ball bearing. The up thrust of the door shall be taken by a roller mounted underside to the hanger track. The roller shall be mounted on an eccentric stud to provide for adjustment. Alternately, any other approved device for door adjustment may be used. The hanger tracks shall be of either formed cold rolled steel or cold drawn steel of heavy section with surfaces shaped to conform to the tread of the hanger sheaves and rollers. Suitable means shall be used to transmit motion form one door panel to the other.

3.3.9.14

Door Operators The door operator for each Elevator shall consist of a motor, operating mechanism, linkages and switches to give adjustable or variable speed door operation and shall be adjusted to ensure smooth, fast opening and closing. The average door speed shall be as per IS/IEC Standards. The car and landing doors shall operate simultaneously and quietly while the Elevator car is leveling. Stainless cover of not less than 1.5mm thick minimum or other suitable arrangement with Employer Representatives approval shall be provided for

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the car and landing door headers to prevent the door locking devices, door tracks and mechanism from accumulation of dust. For Elevators on Without Attendant control the doors shall close after the expiration of a preset time interval or when a car call is registered. This preset time shall be adjustable from 0 to 30 seconds. The Door Open button shall re-open and reset the door opening time when pressed. The Door Close button when pressed shall close the door immediately regardless of the time interval. For Elevators on With Attendant operation, the car and landing doors shall open automatically but the closing of doors will be subject to the pressure on Door Close button. During the closing motion it shall be possible to reverse quickly and open the doors by pressing of the Door Open button. The door lock shall prevent the car doors from being opened by the door operator or by force when the car is moving or is not stopped within the unlocking zone of a landing. Electric interlocks shall be provided to ensure that elevator will not operate , if the car door is not closed and locked. If the car door is forced open, the Elevator shall stop and the alarm activated (even when the Elevator is out of order) until the door is fully closed. The alarm signal shall be sent to the relevant landing as well as to Control Room. 3.3.9.15 3.3.9.15.1 Door Safety Devices Electrically Operated Proximity Detection Device Electrically Operated Proximity detection device(s) shall be installed on the leading edge of the car doors . The Device(s) shall create a three dimensional zone of protection for the entire height of the door opening. This Zone of Detection shall extend a short distance in front of the landing doors. The zone of detection shall move forward as the doors close and the presences of a person , if within this zone , shall activate the detector to stop the closing movement of the doors and reopen them before hitting the person. After a preset time interval (which is programmable) the doors shall start to close again in the absence of further interruption. A Passenger entering or leaving the car shall not cause the doors to stop and re-open unless the doors reaches a certain predetermined proximity to the passenger. If the door are prevented from closing by the pressing of hall and or car buttons or a person in their path fro an adjustable preset time , the safety devices except the mechanical door safety edge, shall be rendered inoperative to cause door reversals , the door shall proceed to close at a reduced speed and a buzzer located on the car shall sound before and during the closing. 3.3.9.15.2 Photo Cells Two Photo Cells shall be provided for each car for preventing door clearing when a passenger is entering or leaving the car. This should act as a backup protection to 3D Infrared curtain. 3.3.10 Levelling

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All lifts shall be incorporated with suitable floor levelling devices. In case of lifts with automatic power operated doors and with A.C. VVVF controller a separate level device for automatic levelling with levelling accuracy of + 5mm shall be incorporated. 3.3.11 Counter Weight a) The counter weight for lift cars shall be in accordance with clause 6 of IS 14665 (Part 4-Sec-3) : 2001 and shall be designed to balance the weight of empty lift car plus approximately 50 percent of the rated load. It shall consist of cast sections firmly secured in relative movement by at least two numbers steel tie rods having lock nuts/split pins at each end and passing through each section and Housed in a rigid steel frame work. Cracked and broken sub weights shall not be accepted. Counter Weights shall be of Uniform density and Physical Dimensions. Counter Weight Guards Stainless Steel Guards shall be provided in the lift pit to a suitable height above the pit floor to eliminate the possibility of injuries to the maintenance personnel. 3.3.12 Guide Shoes Two numbers of guide shoes at the top and two numbers at the bottom shall be provided on the lift car and counter-weight. Guide Shoes having non-metallic renewable linings requiring minimum lubrication shall be provided. 3.3.12.1 a) b) 3.3.12.2 Type of Shoes For passengers lift and freight -cum-passengers lifts For speed upto 1.5mps sliding guide shoes shall be used. Sliding guide shoes for car shall be always flexible and for counterweight solid guide shoes can be used upto 1.0mps. For speeds more than 1.5mps roller guide shoes shall be used for car and counterweight. For Freight lifts solid shoes can be used. Flexible type/solid type sliding guide shoes

b)

The car shall be provide with solid or spring loaded swiveling guide shoes with renewable liners, where the lift car speeds are upto and including 1 MPS. The cars with speeds beyond 1 MPS shall be provided with spring loaded guide shoes with renewable liners or the guide shoes shall be of roller type. 3.3.12.3 Roller type guide shoes

Each roller type shoe shall be of an approved type consisting of rollers assembled on a substantial metal base and mounted as to provide continuous contact of all rollers with the corresponding guide rail surfaces under all conditions of load and operation. The rollers shall run on the three finished guide rail surfaces and shall operate quietly. Each Roller Guide shall consist of three wheels tyred with Polyurethane or a durable resilient materials, each rotating on ball bearing having sealed in lubrication, assembled on a substantial metal Base. They shall be so mounted as to provide continuous contact of all wheels with the corresponding Rail surfaces under all
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condition of Loading & Operation. The wheels shall run on three finished Rail surfaces. The contractor shall provide a means of adjustment of spring pressure and of Play between shoes & Guide Rails. The Roller Guides shall run on dry guide Rails. Sheet Metal Guards shall be provided to protect the wheels on Top of the Car & Counterweight. The Roller Wheels for the Car shall not exceed 500 RPM and the Roller wheels for the counterweight shall not exceed 1000 RPM at Rated Speed. The Car & Counterweight are to be statically Balanced following fitting of all its equipment and finishes prior to fitting the guide shoes. a) Mounting of guide shoes Guide shoes shall be provided with adjustable mountings & shall be rigidly secured in accurate alignment at the top and bottom on each side of the car sling and counter weight frame construction. When oil buffers attached to the bottom of the counter weight are used, additional guide shoe shall be provided on each side of the buffer same. The design of guide shoes and car safety devices shall be coordinated so as to ensure the provision and installation of equipment with clearance specified in Clause 2.10 (VIII) of this Chapter. 3.3.13 Lift Ropes IS 14665 (Part 4 / Sec 8)-2001 Round strand steel wires ropes made from steel wire ropes having a tensile strength not less than 12.5 tonnes/cm2 and of good flexibility shall be used for lift. Lubrications between the strands shall be achieved by providing impregnated hemp core. The lift ropes shall conform to IS 14665-(Part-4-Sec. 8):2001. The minimum diameter of rope for cars and counter weight of passenger and goods lift shall be 8mm, and shall confirm to IS 14665 (part 4/Sec.8) including all amendments. No. of Ropes Specially Manufactured for Elevator use shall be employed for suspension of Elevator Car & Counterweight as per IS 14665. At least three Steel Wire Ropes specifically manufactured for Elevator use, shall be employed for the suspension of Elevator car & counter weight. Rope speed of Passenger & Passenger cum Goods Factor of safety Lifts (Service Lift) (m/s) 0.5 or less 8 exceeding 0.5 to 1.0 8.6 exceeding 1.0 to 2.0 10 exceeding 2.0 to 3.5 11 exceeding 3.5 12 For Car & Counter weight Ropes, however , Factor of Safety based on Maximum Static Load shall be at least 12. i) Rope fastenings The ends of lift ropes shall be properly secured to the car and counter weight hitch plates as the case may be with adjustable rope shackles having individual tapers babbit sockets, or any other suitable arrangement. Each lift rope shackle shall be fitted with a suitable shackle spring, seat washer, shackle nut & lock & shackle nut split pin. ii) Guards for Lift Ropes
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Where lift ropes run round a sheave or sheaves on the car and/ or counterweight of geared/ gearless machine suitable guards shall be provided to prevent injury to maintenance personnel. iii) Number & Size of Ropes The contractor must indicate the number and size of lift ropes and governor ropes proposed to be used, their origin, type, ultimate Tensile strength and factor of safety. The contractor should furnish certificate or ropes from the rope manufacturers issued by competent authority. Type Test & Routine Test Certificates shall be furnished. A Plate giving the Number, Size & Ultimate Tensile Strength of the Rope used shall be permanently fixed to the Cross Head. Before Installation, Manufacturers Certificate shall be supplied for each set of Hoisting Ropes with the following data: a) b) c) d) e) Type of Wire Rope The Diameter in MM The Manufacturers Rated Braking Strength The Month & the Year Ropes were manufactured. The Manufacturers Name

The Factor of Safety based on Maximum Static Load for Car & Counter weight ropes shall be at least 12. The Ropes shall be attached to dead end Hitch assemblies, fitting to supporting beams, car Frames, Counterweights by means of suitable Rope Termination. A Locking Device or Anti-Twist Rope Device shall be fitted to the Roping System. 3.3.14 Safety Equipments : Every lift installation shall necessarily be provided with the following safety features and as per Appendix-VII:- CVC Report: 3.3.14.1 The safety gear shall be provided in accordance with IS 14665 (Part-4Sec.4):2001, each type of car safety shall be actuated by a speed governor. 3.3.14.2 Governor the car safety shall be operated by speed governor located overhead and driven by governor rope suitably connected to the car and mounted on its pulleys. The rope shall be maintained in tension by means of weighted or spring loaded tension sheaves located in the pit. Governor shall be provided for lifts with a travel of more than 5.5 meters. The governor rope shall be not less than 6mm in dia and shall be made of steel or phosphor bronze. These shall be in accordance with IS 14665 (Part4/sec-4):2001. Governor for car safety gears shall be adjusted to actuate the safety gear at the following speeds : For rated speeds upto 1 m/s maximum governor tripping speed shall be either 140 percent of rated speed or 0.88 m/s, which ever is higher. For rated speed above 1 m/s maximum governor tripping speed shall be 115 percent of the rated speed plus 0.25 m/s. Minimum governor tripping speed shall be 115 percent of the rated speed as per IS 14665.
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3.3.14.3 The governor shall be of V groove wheel design and only wheel is stopped to actuate the car safety upon a pre-determined over speed downward without damaging the rope. iii) a) b) The governor, rope and sheave shall be so located so as to minimize danger of accidental injury to the equipment. The governor sheave and tension sheave shall be according to Clause 2.3 and the sheave bearing shall be according to Clause 2.6 of this Chapter. The requirements for field test on car safety and governor and for drop tests to sliding type car safety shall be as specified in Annexure. Terminal limit switches

3.3.14.4 a)

Terminal switches These shall stop the car automatically at terminal floors within the top and bottom permissible over travel. They shall act independently of the operating devices, the ultimate limits switches and the buffers. They shall be in accordance with clause 8 of IS: 14665 (Part 3-Sec 1) : 2000.

b)

Terminal stopping devices located in shaft or in the car and operated by cams shall be fitted with rollers having a rubber or other approved composition to provide silent operation when actuated by the cam. When the lift car cross head is 60cm from the nearest obstruction above it, no projection on the car shall strike any part of the overhead structure. Lifts with speeds over 1.25 meters/ second shall have the normal terminal stopping device located on the car or on the guide rails or in the machine room. Ultimate Terminal Switches

c)

3.3.14.5

These shall be provided in accordance with the statutory requirements and standing practices. When provided these shall arrange to stop the car automatically within top and bottom clearances independently of the normal terminal switches but with the buffer operative. These shall be in accordance with clause 8 of IS : 14665 (Part 3/Sec 1)-2000. 3.3.14.6 Buffers (IS 14665 (Part 4/Sec 1) 2001)

Buffers shall be spring type or oil type or PU buffers. Buffers shall be suitable for installation in the space available. Buffer anchorage at pit floors shall be installed avoiding puncturing of water proofing. The partial compression of spring return oil buffers when the car is in level with terminal landing will not be acceptable. All buffers shall be tested at manufacturers works and a copy of the test report shall be submitted. When the lift car rests on fully compressed buffers there shall be at least 60 cms clearance between the lowest point in its car frame and any obstruction in the pit exclusive of buffers and their supports. Similarly when the lift car cross head is 60 cm from the nearest obstruction above it, no projection on the car shall strike any part of the overhead structure. The contractor must indicate the name of buffer manufacturers, buffer stroke & certified maximum loads.
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3.3.14.7

Door Locks

Electro-mechanical door lock shall be provided for all the landing doors and they shall be such that the doors cannot open unless the car is at rest at the particular landing. It shall not be possible to move the car unless all the landing doors and the car door are closed and locked. All the locks and contacts shall conform to IS : 14665 (Part 1/Sec 6)-2001 shall be positive and pass the prescribed endurance and reliability test from a recognised testing laboratory. They shall be so located as to be inaccessible to un-authorised personnel. The electromechanical latch should be so designed that it is inaccessible or invisible to the passengers in the car. Each Landing Door shall be provided with an accepted Locking & Interlocking device to prevent the Operation of the Elevator Unless all Landing Doors are Closed & Locked. It shall not be possible to open the Landing Door from the Landing Side without a Landing Door Key. The Locking Device shall have at least IP 54 Protection. The Electric Contacts of the Door Locking Device shall open positively independent of gravity. Each Landing Door Panel shall be provided with its own locking device. Provision shall be made for opening of all Landing Doors by means of a Landing Door Key by an Authorized person irrespective of the position of Elevator Car. 3.3.14.8 Other Safety Devices

Besides these safety devices mentioned above, motor operated electro-mechanical brake (Clause 2.5) counter-weight guards ( Clause 2.13 (i) ) alarm bell, emergency door lock release operating key and associated safety and other requirements shall also be included. 3.3.15 Simplex Selective-Collective operative with/without attendant Automatic operation by means of one button in the car for each landing level served and by up and down buttons at the landings, wherein all stops registered by the momentary actuation of the car made as defined under non-selective Automatic Operation but where in the stops registered by the momentary actuation of the landing buttons are made in the order in which the landings are reached in each direction of travel (irrespective of the sequence in which the buttons have been actuated). With this type of operation, all up landing calls are answered when the car is traveling in the up direction and all down landing calls are answered when the car is traveling in the down direction, except in the case of the uppermost or lowermost calls which are answered as soon as they are reached in-respective of the direction of travel of the car. 3.3.16 Group collective selective operation with / without attendant The control system for this operation shall be similar to the one described under simplex selective collective operation except that in this system there shall be more than one lift cars with adjacent wells. It shall be arranged to coordinate all cars for efficient service and prevent them from answering the same calls by the provisions of
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two sets of landing call button fixtures one each between the two adjacent cars. It shall automatically assign each call to the car that will be in the best position to answer promptly. The system shall be so arranged that when the cars are idle, Normally two cars will be parked at the lower main landing with its doors closed or open and the other two cars shall be parked with the doors closed or open to the landing where it answered its last call, and one of it shall be the one to attend to the nearest call. Each car shall always respond to calls registered by its own car call buttons. Besides the control system shall also be arranged for independent service from inside the car. A by pass button (non-stop button) shall also be provided inside the car to enable the attendant to by pass any landing if the car is full or if otherwise so required. The lifts shall be arranged with or without attendant operation and shall function as described using single car selective collective operation. When the transfer switch is in the attendant position the operation of the cars shall be identical with that described for automatic operations except that : a) b) c) Closing of doors and starting of cars shall be initiated by the car buttons only Buzzers and directional lights in the car are operative and Landing by pass shall be effective. The pressing of an up or down landing call shall illuminate appropriate direction indicator in the car panel, which is to answer that call and if the doors are open shall also sound buzzers as a signal to the attendant. If both cars are parked at the lower landing the above signals shall be given to the car which has been at the floor for longest time. 3.3.17 Controlling Equipment The movement of the car shall be electrically controlled by means of a controller located in the machine room. 3.3.17.1 Control Circuits The control circuit shall be designed to the type of lift specified for safety operation. It shall not be possible to start the car unless all the car and landing doors are fully closed and landing doors locked. The circuit shall have an independent fuse protection for fault and over loads and be arranged so that earth fault or an open circuit shall not create unsafe condition. The circuit shall be so arranged that for the stoppage of the car at specified landing or for actuation of a contactor by emergency switches or operation of safety gears the system shall not depend upto the completion or maintenance of an electrical circuit to cut off power supply and apply the breaks. This requirement is not applicable to dynamic braking and speed control devices. 3.3.17.2 Terminal Boards All wiring for external control circuits shall be brought to a terminal board with means of identification of each wire. Metallic/ plastic identification tags shall invariably be provided. All connections of wires to terminal boards shall be adequately clamped or screwed. 3.3.17.3 a) Auxiliary Switches

Emergency stop Switches :

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On top of the lift car an emergency stop switch shall be provided for use by maintenance personnel. Stop switch shall be provided in the machine room. Operation of these switches/ buttons shall cancel all the registered calls and landing calls for that particular lift. b) Maintenance Switch on top of the Car: For purpose of inspection and maintenance, maintenance switch shall be provided on top of the car. The control circuitry shall be so arranged that in the event of the operation of this switch : The car speed shall be less than the rated speed not exceeding 0.85 metres/ sec. The car movement shall be possible only on the application of the continuous pressure on a button. It shall be so mounted to prevent any inadvertent operation. Fireman Switch : Fireman switch with glass to break for access shall be provided at ground or main floor for all the lifts. The operation of this switch shall isolate/ or cancel all calls to all the lifts and the lifts will stop at the next nearest landing if travelling upward. The doors will not open at this landing and the lifts will start travelling to ground floor. If these were already travelling down, they will go straight to ground floor direct without stopping enroute. The Lift shall function as per the requirement of Fireman. Inspection Facility : An Inspectors change over switch and set of test buttons shall be provided in the controller. Operation of the Inspectors changeover switch shall make both the car and landing buttons inoperative and permit the lift to be worked in either direction from machine room for test purposes by pressing corresponding test buttons in the controller. It shall not however interfere with the emergency stop switches inside the car or on the top of the car. e) Safety Line Indicators : If specified visual tell tele lights may be provided to monitor the conditions of faults in the safety line of the lift for easier fault finding. These indicators will remain lit when safety circuits are normal. One indicator shall be provided for each safety on the controller. If any indicators fail to light up as the lift proceeds in its sequence of operation, there shall be visual indication of the safety line open circuit and also its location for easier fault finding. 3.3.17.4 a) Wiring, Cabling, Earthing etc.

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d)

Wiring in Machine Room : Power wiring between the controller and main board controller to various landings shall be done in heavy gauge conduit or metal duct & shall conform to I.E. Rules 1956 and CPWD. Specifications for electrical works. Following general principal shall be followed in wiring :

1)

Control cables carrying DC and power cable carrying AC shall not be run in the same conduit or metal duct and they shall be laid as per I.E. rules. Metal duct with removable inspection cover shall be preferred.
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In case of control cables also the harness shall be separate as far as feasible for separate functions and laid separately in suitably dimensioned metal duct or in a separate conduit such as the signaling, locking, lamp indication and safeties. Control cables for different voltages in the lift installation works should be laid as per I.E. Rules. 2) At least 5 percent with a minimum of 5 unconnected spare wires shall be available out of all the lines to be provided in the wiring harness from the midway junction box to the machine room. 3) Cables shall be laid by using GI Cable Trays & Race Ways suitably. All conduits shall be of GI.

There shall be a master isolating switch fuse associated with the controller heavy duty load break, quick make, quick break, quick break type TP&N preferably interlocked with controller cabinet door. Isolator handle shall have provision for external locking in off position. All relays shall be suitable for lift service and shall incorporate adequate contact wipe for reliable operation. Relays shall operate satisfactorily between 80 percent to 110 percent of their voltage. Main motor contactors shall be suitable for A.C. duty. Tenderer shall be required to furnish full details of make, type, applicable standard, voltage and current rating, duty class, type and routine tests done etc., on contactors and relays. Copies of type test certificates and other test certificates shall also be furnished by the successful tenderer. All cables shall be FRLS XLPE Type of appropriate sizes with copper conductors. The cables feeding motor and in heavy current flow paths shall be so selected that the size matches the protecting fuses and will not result in more than 2 percent voltage drop from the main board to the terminals of motor. Control cables shall not be less than 0.5 sq. mm. or equivalent if stranded; where installation of heavy gauge conduits present difficulties, short lengths of flexible conduits will be permitted but effective electrical continuity and earth bonding shall be ensured. Ferrules shall be slipped at the ends of all cables as per standard control wiring practice. All terminal blocks shall be suitably marked.

b)

Trailing Cables : A single trailing cable for lighting control and signal circuit is permitted, if all the conductors of this trailing cables are insulated for maximum voltage running through any one conductor of this cable. The lengths of the cables shall be adequate to prevent any strain due to movement of the car. All cables shall be properly tagged by metallic / plastic tags for identification. Trailing cables shall run from a junction box on the top of the car to a junction box located in the shaft bear mid point of travel and from these junction boxes conductors shall be run to the various locations. Trailing cables exceeding 30 meters in length shall run so that the strain on individual cable conductors will be reduced to a minimum and the cables are free from contact with the car counterweight, shaft walls or other equipment. Trailing cables exceeding 30 meters in length shall have steel supporting fillers and shall be suspended directly by them without rubbing over other supports.

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Cables less than 30 meters in length shall have no metallic fillers and shall be suspended by looping cables around supports of porcelain spools type or equivalent. 5 percent of the total capacity subject to a minimum of 5 wires shall be available unutilised in the trailing cable everywhere suitable distributed between various functions. c) Earthing : Metal frames and all metal work of the lift controller frame etc., shall be earthed with double earth leads taken to the earth bar. Looping shall be permitted if such routing is feasible. All other individual metallic frame work of components etc., shall be loop earthed. All the Elevators shall be provided with Earthing arrangements as pr IS 1860. 3.3.17.5 Miscellaneous :

Principle of segregation function wise shall be accepted as far as possible in the general arrangement of components. 3.3.17.6 Controller Casing :

The controller unit comprising of the main circuit breaker adjustable overload and phase reversal and phase failure protection all the circuit elements transformer, rectifier for D.C. control supply, inverter power pack, terminal blocks etc., shall be enclosed in an insect proof, sheet steel floor or wall mounted cabinet with hinged doors at front or at both front and rear. Proper warning boards and danger plates shall be provided on both sides of the controller casing. CRCA Sheet steel used for controller cabinet shall not be less than 16 gauge and shall be properly braced where necessary. Suitable gland plate shall be provided for cable entry. The battery for the charger unit shall be suitably placed in the machine room. All sheet steel work shall be painted with two coats of synthetic enamel paint of suitable shade both inside and outside over two coats of zinc primer. 3.3.18 Automatic Rescue Device (ARD) The Automatic Rescue Devices (ARD) meant for the purpose of bringing the lift car to the nearest landing doors, are being used selectively and is generally restricted to commercial buildings having heavy traffic. However, frequent power failures being the common phenomenon, the provision of ARD shall be made in all the lifts of ILBS, Vasnt Kunj . The ARD shall have the following specifications. 3.3.18.1 ARD should move the elevator to the nearest landing in case of power failure during normal operation of elevator 3.3.18.2 ARD should monitor the normal power supply in the main controller and shall activate rescue operation within 10 second of normal power supply failure. It should bring the elevator to the nearest floor at a slower speed than the normal run. While proceeding to the nearest floor the elevator will detect the zone and stop. After the elevator has stopped, it automatically opens the doors and parks the door open. After the operation is completed by the ARD the elevator is automatically switched over to normal operation as soon as normal power supply resumes.

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3.3.18.3 In case the normal supply resumes during ARD in operation, the elevator will continue to run in ARD mode until it reaches the nearest landing and the doors are fully opened. If normal power supply resumes when the elevator is at the landing, it will automatically be switched to normal power operation. 3.3.18.4 All the Lift Safety Devices shall remain active during the ARD mode of Operation. 3.3.18.5 The battery capacity should be adequate so as to operate the ARD at least three times without recharging of Battery. 3.3.18.6 The Rescue time of the device from the time of power failure to the time the doors fully open shall not exceed two minutes. The Landing accuracy shall be + 12 mm. 3.3.18.7 The Battery shall be housed in a cabinet /Rake with a Corrosion Proof Finish. The Device shall immediately stop the Elevator and prevent further movement immediately , if there is a short circuit or open circuit in the Inverter Output. 3.3.18.8 This Device shall be an additional accessory to the Elevator and shall in no way affect the Performance of the Elevator. 3.3.18.9 The Performance of the Battery Charger shall be equivalent to that of the UPS Unit. Maintenance Free Batteries VRLA type conforming to relevant Indian or International standard shall be provided. 3.3.19 Ventilation a) Each Elevator Car shall be adequately Ventilated to a minimum standard of 20 Air Changes per hour. The Fans shall be recessed in the Car Ceiling as Appropriate. A Low Speed Fan of Low noise, axial blower type shall be used. The Effective area of Ventilation shall be at least 1% of Car Platform area.

b) c)

3.3.20 Emergency Lighting In addition to the Normal Car Lighting provided, a Maintenance Free Emergency Light Fitting shall be provided in each Elevator Car, which may be the same type of fitting as the Normal Car Light & shall illuminate immediately & automatically in the event of failure of the normal car Lighting electrical supply. The Fitting shall incorporate a permanently illuminated signal to indicate mains healthy and shall be connected to Emergency Battery. The Luminous Intensity of the Emergency Lighting shall not be less than 100 Lux Measured at Floor Level and on the Car Operating panels. 3.3.21 Car Position Indicator The faceplate of the car position indicator shall be made of stainless steel grade 316 hairline finished. Floor numbers shall be digitally displayed. There shall also be an arrow in motion vividly and dynamically indicating car movement and direction. It shall also be capable of displaying simple message such as, floor names like Ground, Ist Floor, Out of service, under maintenance etc. The surface of the display unit shall be non-glare type. 3.3.22 No-Smoking Notice A SMOKING IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED sign shall be supplied and surface mounted on the front return panel in each Elevator. The graphics, lettering and material shall be subject to the acceptance of the Employers Representative.
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3.3.23

Certificate Holder A framed and glazed panel made of stainless steel, suitable to display the Elevator certificate shall be provided above the car operating panel. Hallway Equipment Landing Doors (a) Fire Rating Stainless steel Landing doors shall have a minimum of 1 hour fire rating. These doors shall be suitably tested and provided with approved stickers. (b) Door Frames Door frames shall be of at least 1.5 mm thick of Vandal Resistant stainless steel of Grade SS 304 and shall comprise head & jamb sections of the same material . The door frames shall be suitably braced and reinforced. The frames shall be provided with adjustable wall anchors or comparable devices to permit bonding of these anchors or devices into the walls after the frames are in place. All frames shall be securely fastened to sills and hanger supports, and shall be returned to the hoist way side to present a neat appearance. (c) Door Sills All door sills shall be of at least 3.0 mm thick extruded aluminium /stainless steel section with a non-slip wearing surfaces. Grooves for the guides shall have sufficient clearance for movement of the guides. The sills shall be supported on steel anchor plates securely fastened to the landing door sill supports. The costs for providing all the necessary steel support for the door sills shall be deemed to have been included in the Contract. Toe guards similar to those provided to the car door sill shall be provided beneath each landing door sill. (d) Supports and Covers Structural steel angles shall be furnished and of sufficient size to accommodate the door closing equipment. The angles shall be continuous and securely bolted to the sills and the building structure. Hanger cover plates shall be made of galvanized steel, removable, and so arranged to ensure hanger accessibility from within the Elevator car for maintenance purposes. (e) Self Closing Gravity or spring actuated self-closing device shall be fitted to the landing doors so as to automatically re-close the doors when manually opened by means of the emergency unlocking device. The gravity weight shall move freely and quietly within its enclosure fixed at each end of the door sill and be protected from falling into the elevator shaft due to whatever reason. This device shall not be accessible to public.

3.3.24 3.3.24.1

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(f)

Fascia

Where the gap between the car door sill and surface of the Elevator shaft wall exceed 125 mm, galvanized sheet steel fascia plates of not less than 1.5 mm thick shall be provided. These shall be fixed between the undersides of landing entrance sills and the top of the door hanger case to form a flush surface in the path of travel at the car entrance. The plates shall cover the whole width of the landing door and extend by 150 mm on each side of the door. It shall be rigid and properly reinforced. The fascia plate shall be painted in a accepted colour.

3.3.24.2

Elevator Designation Number Sign At each landing, Car Designation Number Signs shall be supplied and installed next to each Elevator by the Contractor. The Number Signs shall be made of stainless steel grade 304 mirror finishes. They shall fit into the designated space to be coordinated with the Civil contractor and shall be subject to the acceptance of the employers Representatives acceptance.

3.3.25

Elevator Functions The Elevator shall incorporate the following functions.

a)

Door Nudging Feature


If the Elevator doors are kept open longer than the pre-determined time, an override alarm shall sound to alert the passenger that the doors must close so that system performance is not adversely affected.

b)

Next Landing
The car shall automatically proceed to the nearest floor with a functioning landing door if the car doors fail to open at the designated floor.

c)

Door Load Detector


When an object is caught in or interferes with the opening or closing of the doors, the doors shall reverse direction when an excess load is detected.

d)

Safety Door Edge


When a passenger comes in contact with the door safety edge when the doors are closing, the doors shall re-open.

e)

Overload Holding Stop


When the car load exceeds the pre-determined weight, in addition to the overload buzzer, the Elevator shall not operate and the doors shall remain open.

f)

Electronic Door Safety


When passengers are boarding or exiting the car as the doors are closing, the doors shall re-open before touching the passengers.

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Homing Service
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This function shall automatically home the respective Elevators to the preassigned floors. After transporting passengers to the assigned floor, the Elevator shall automatically home to its pre-assigned floor. h) Automatic Door-Open Time Adjustment Depending on whether the Elevator car stops in response to a car or hall call, the prevailing traffic volume and the usage of the floors, this function shall automatically adjust the time the doors stay open. 3.3.26 a) Operating and Safety Devices Each Elevator shall be provided with an overload device of accepted design which shall operate when the load in the car exceeds the rated load. When activated, this device shall prevent any movement of the Elevator car and shall cause a warning buzzer on the car to be set off and illuminate an Overload signal. This device shall be incorporated in the car operating panel. The water sensors in the elevator pits shall be provided wherever pits are on the Ground /Basement Level. The requirement of water sump within the elevator pits for such elevators shall be coordinated with the civil contractor. An Maintenance panel shall be fitted on the top of the Elevator car for maintenance purpose. The design of the Maintenance panel shall comply with the following requirements and prevent the Elevator car from being operated accidentally:It shall not be possible to control the Elevator car from any other position after the NORMAL/TEST change-over switch has been set to the TEST position. When in the TEST position, the UP and DOWN continuous pressure push buttons within this panel shall become operative. An ON/OFF switch shall be provided. It shall render the Elevator inoperative in any mode, when the switch is in the OFF position. The Elevator car shall only move when all safety devices are in the safe position. The Elevator car shall move in either direction only on continuous pressure of the appropriate direction button at a car speed not exceeding 0.25m/s. The control panel shall incorporate an adequately protected permanently located light fixture with a separate switch and a 15A switch socket outlet. A door operator ON/OFF switch shall be provided. The door operator shall only be operative when the switch is at the ON position. Associated with this control, a terminal stop limit switch shall be provided to stop the car from travelling in an upward direction not less than 1.8m from the soffit of the Elevator shaft. When this switch is activated, it shall not stop the car from operating in the down direction. All switches and buttons on the Maintenance Panel shall be clearly engraved with their functions. All buttons and switches shall be shrouded against accidental operation, with the exception of the emergency stop button. The Elevator shall be provided with a floor leveling device which shall automatically bring the Elevator car to stop within 5 mm of the level of the floor for which a stop has been initiated regardless of the load or direction of travel.
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An automatic re-leveling device shall be provided which returns the Elevator to the floor automatically should the Elevator creep down or move up from floor level for any distance from 6 mm to 50 mm. This device shall be operative at all floors served whether the landing and car doors are opened or closed. e) Each Elevator car shall be provided with safety gear mounted on the lower member of the car frame structure. This safety gear shall be capable of operating only in the downward direction and capable of stopping the car with full load at the tripping speed of the over speed governor, by gripping the guides and holding the car stationary. The motor circuit shall be opened by a switch on the safety gear before, or at the same time the safety gear is applied. It shall be possible to release the safety gear by raising the Elevator car without the use of any special tools. A mechanical device and electrical device shall be provided to prevent the car movement resulting from maintenance / inspection that can be dangerous to persons carrying out maintenance / inspection works from inside the car or car roof. f) An over speed governor shall be provided, which is capable of activating the safety gear in the event of the Elevator exceeding the rated speed by 40% .The tripping of the over-speed governor for the safety gear shall occur when the car speed exceeds 140 % of the rated speed downwards. A mechanically operated safety switch shall be provided to disconnect the power supply to the motor when the governor is activated. The governor shall be adjusted to operate the safety gear in accordance with the recommended limits set out in IS 14665. The governor rope shall be of steel and shall comply IS:14665. A phase protection device and 3 phase as well as single phase earth leakage protection device shall be provided in the main control cubicle of each Elevator to prevent the Elevator car from moving in the event that there is a phase failure, or the phase of the power supply being reversed due to any reason whatsoever. These devices, when activated, shall cause a visual indicator to illuminate on the main control cubicle, until the fault has been rectified. Two switches shall be provided in the Elevator shaft, one at bottom landing and other in the pit which, when in the STOP position, shall prevent any movement of the Elevator car, including inspection/test operation, until both the switches are set to the RUN position. The switching positions shall be prominently labeled.

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h)

3.3.27 Electrical Requirements a) Each Elevator shall be provided with a main control cubicle to accommodate all electrical switchgear. A caution notice with the wording "Danger - 415/230V a.c. Do Not Remove Cover Unless Incoming Supply Is Switched Off" shall be affixed to the cover/door. The Elevators shall be designed to operate on a 415V a.c. +10% to 15 %, 3 phase, 4 wire, 230V ,+10% to 20 %, a.c. 50Hz single phase, power supply. Power supplies, Shaft Lighting & Pit Socket outlets shall be provided by the Designated Contractors. The Contractor shall co-ordinate with the respective Contractors to incorporate these requirements. All switchgear and other auxiliary apparatus shall be of accepted design and labelled for identification. The control wiring shall be laid out neatly and clearly in cable sleeves and all terminals and cables shall be labelled or marked for identification.
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All casing, covers, trunking and armouring shall be thoroughly and efficiently earthed and adequate protection shall be provided to prevent fuses and circuit breakers from arcing to earth or between phases. Each main control cubicle shall be connected to a fused isolator which shall be provided by Designated Contractors in an accepted location. The necessary trunking and wiring from this isolator to this control cubicle shall be provided and installed by the Contractor. Contactors in the motor circuit shall belong to the Utilisation Category AC-3 and Mechanical Endurance Class III as defined in BS 5424 Part 1 in the IEC Publication 158-1 and the amendments thereto. Relay contactors in the control circuit shall belong to one of the following categories as defined in the IEC Publication 337-1 and the amendments thereto: (a) (b) AC 11 for contactors in a.c. control circuits, DC 11 for contactors in d.c. control circuits.

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h)

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The design of the contactors and relay contacts shall be such that the break and make contacts shall not be closed at the same time at any position of the armature. The operating conditions shall be as follows:(i) (ii) If one of the break contacts (i.e. normally closed) is closed, all the make contacts are open. If one of the make contacts (i.e. normally open) is closed, all the break contacts are open.

j)

In the control and safety circuits, the operating voltage of the mean value in the case of direct current or the r.m.s. value in the case of alternating current, between conductors or between conductor and earth shall not exceed 250V. In the event of failure of the normal electrical supply, the supply to the alarm system, intercom system, car lighting, and the ventilation fan shall be automatically switched to an emergency battery operated power supply (UPS). The Battery shall be of Sealed Maintenance Free Type with total capacity sufficient to maintain the Operation of above equipment for at least two hours. All hoist way and car top safety switches shall be rated to IP Class 55. All wiring and apparatus shall be subject to acceptance and suitable for the specified electrical supply. The insulation of all wiring except those within the controller shall be of flame retardant, low smoke type complying with the special cable requirement of this Specification. All field wiring shall be of multi-strand copper conductor type. No joints shall be permitted in any cables or wires in any location. All wires shall be run in galvanised conduit to BS 31. All conduit outlets shall be bushed with insulating bushes of accepted pattern. All wiring connections to switches and conduits shall be water tight. The arrangements of terminals at either end of flexible trailing cables shall be identical and the terminal blocks marked to identify the cables connected to them. The cable boxes and wiring for the car light and the alarm bell shall be
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entirely independent of the Elevator control wiring. Flexible trailing cables shall conform to the latest edition of BS 6977 as a minimum requirement and shall be securely clamped at each end so that the weight is not supported by any fixing of the various cores. The outer sheath of these cables shall be of waterproof and flame retardant material. A total of 10 or 10% of the total number of wires used which ever is more and 2 spare shield cables shall be provided per Elevator. 3.3.28 Corrosion Protection The Contractor shall take into consideration, the corrosive effect of the atmosphere in the Elevator design. a) b) All steel components shall be hot dipped galvanised in accordance with BS 729, with minimum thickness of 85 m. All mechanical and cast iron assemblies shall be cleaned and painted. The running surfaces of car guides shall be treated with an accepted rust preventive compound. All parts constructed in sheet steel shall be either galvanised by the hot-dipped process or fabricated from hot dipped galvanised sheet steel. All hardware, fastenings, screws and shims shall be galvanised. However, all visible screws and fastenings shall be of stainless steel. Provision for the Disabled and Handicapped One Designated Panoramic Capsule Elevator and One Passanger Elevator shall be provided with following features: (a) (b) (c) Elevator control buttons at locations and height specified in IS 15330. Hall call buttons at locations and height specified in IS 15330. Hand rails shall be provided on the side walls of the Elevator at height & locations specified in IS:15330. An international symbol of access of the disabled shall be permanently and conspicuously displayed at each and every Elevator landing next to the Elevator entrance (to be provided by signage contractor). Braille notations indicating the floor levels shall be incorporated next to each button at the handicap COP and handicap hall call buttons. A digital voice system for announcing the car position, opening/closing of doors, direction of travel and messages shall be provided as per IS:15330. A laminated safety glass type mirror of at least half of the size shall be installed on rear panel at appropriate position in All Passenger Elevators.

c) d) 3.3.29

(d)

(e)

3.3.30 a) b)

Pit Facilities Spring buffers/Oil/PU Buffers shall be provided in the Elevator pit. A safety switch to prevent the car from moving when the governor rope tension weight is out of position shall be provided.
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Fixed cat ladders shall be provided between the bottom landing and the pit floor by the Contractor. Two stop switches, one at bottom landing level in the shaft and the other in the pit shall be provided, which, when in the STOP position, shall prevent any movement of the elevator car including movement during inspection operation, until both the switches are set in the RUN position. The switch shall have a mushroom head (red). It shall be locked off when pushed and reset manually. First stop switch shall be accessible from the lower landing on opening of the landing door and the second switch from the pit floor. A stainless steel faceplate of not less than 2mm in thickness, indelibly marked Pit Stop Switch in both English and Hindi characters and with legends to show the STOP and RUN positions shall be provided and fixed immediately adjacent to the switch.

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3.3.31

Elevator Monitoring and Fault diagnostic system An Elevator monitoring and fault diagnostic system shall be provided for each Elevator by the Elevator Contractor. This System shall provide an Auxiliary Output Port on the Controller for plugging the Laptop and downloading Historical data, which will be reviewed at Design Stage.

3.3.32 3.3.32.1

Provision for Remote Monitoring System (RMS) The Remote Monitoring System shall be provided by the Elevator Contractor as an Optional Item as per Bill of Quantity & specifications. However Elevator Contractor shall provide Potential free contacts as required. The Contractor shall provide/receive the following status monitoring points and control points to the RMS in the form of RS-485 interface. voltage free contacts for all Elevators.

a. Provision of elevator fault/trip signal b. Provision of elevator car alarm signal c. Provision of power available and failure status d. Provision of elevator under maintenance signal e. Elevator Floor Position f. Door Fully Closed Signal

g. Emergency Fire Operation h. Receiving remote control signal for parking on/off operation i. 3.3.32.2 Any Other Status The elevator fault/trip signal shall be activated whenever there is a fault in the elevator system, which causes a breakdown. The signal shall be latched on for at least 10 seconds. It shall only be reset after the fault is cleared. The alarm signal shall be activated with a audio repeated beep till it is reset whenever the alarm inside the elevator car is pressed. A by-pass switch with illuminated indication, which shall de-activate the fault/trip signal to RMS when switched ON and give a under maintenance signal to RMS in Control Room shall be provided in the controller for maintenance purpose. The switch shall be labeled in both Hindi and English and shall be subjected to the acceptance by the Employers Representatives. Upon actuation by remote switch from the RMS for parking on, the elevator shall complete the last landing or car call, if any, and return to the designated landing and stop there with both the car and landing doors open for 15-20 seconds and then close. The Not in service indicator shall be illuminated on the landing indicator automatically for a pre-determined time and then extinguished. The car ventilation fan shall be switched off automatically at the same time. The essential buttons e.g. door open, intercom and alarm bell etc. on the car operating panels shall be remained functional and illuminated when the elevators have been parked and locked out.

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Upon actuation by remote switch from the RMS for non-parking, the elevator shall be switched back to normal operation and both the car light and ventilation fan shall be switched on automatically. 3.3.32.6 The Contractor shall connect the contacts with screen wires and terminate the data cable for RMS at the terminals in the ITB to be located in Control Room whereas the conduits from the Elevator shaft to the Control Room will be provided by the Electrical Contractor. The Contractor shall coordinate and interface with Electrical Contractor and/or his sub-contractor in association with conduits routing and sizing requirement. The connection from ITB to the RMS computer will be provided by the Elevator Contractor. 3.3.33 Special Cable Requirements a) All cables used except those within the enclosed controller shall comply with the following requirement: b) All cables used shall be rated as follows: (i) (ii) All motor cables 600/1000V grade All other cables with cable sizes =< 1mm2 1.5mm2 to 35mm2 > 35 mm2 600/ 1000 V grade c) The conductor shall be of stranded conductor composed of plain annealed copper wire complying with IEC 228, Class 2. d) The insulation shall consist of an extruded layer of cross-linked polyethylene complying with IEC 502. e) All cables shall be manufactured from fire retardant, low smoke (FRLS) materials. f) Fire retardant, low smoke, materials shall meet the following requirements:(i) London Transport Executive Three Metre Cube Smoke Emission Test, using optical measuring instruments. The maximum value of absorbance AO (ON), AO (OFF) shall be 0.8 & 1.2 respectively. The US National Bureau of Standard Smoke Chamber Test, used to evaluate plaque samples of materials of constant thickness. (NFPA258 Smoke Generation of Solid Materials 1982). The maximum specific optical density shall be 170 under the non-piloted condition. The flame propagating criteria of US IEEE Standard 383, with a minimum test short circuit time of five minutes, in the IEEE Standard 383 test. IEC 332 Parts 1 and 3, Category B, tests on single and bunched cables under fire conditions.
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Limiting Oxygen Index of at least 30, to ASTM D-2863. A temperature index (TI) of 260C to ASTM D-2863. All insulation are to be moisture and heat resistant, with temperature ratings appropriate to the application conditions, and in no case lower then 90C. When a sample of the cable is subjected to a combustion test for the determination of the amount of halogen acid gases (other than hydrofluoric acid) as set out in IEC 754 - Part 1 the halogen acid evolved shall not exceed a maximum of 0.5%.

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The above requirements shall be met without compromising the anti-termite, pest-resistant, mechanical and electrical properties of the cables both during and after installation to meet the other requirements of this Specification. 3.3.34 Noise Generation a) The whole of the elevator assembly, including the opening and closing of the car and landing doors shall be quiet in operation and shall be free of rattling or squeaking noises. Elevator door operation shall be smooth to avoid the transmission of impact noise to the surrounding structure. b) Noise levels resulting from the operation of the elevator, including direct sound transmission, breakout noise and re-radiation of structure borne noise shall not exceed 55dB(A) (fast response) at 1.5m from the elevator shaft and 1.5m above the floor. c) Machinery noise level under normal operating conditions shall not exceed 70 dB(A) at 1m from the equipment in free field. d) The total noise level in a moving elevator car shall not exceed 55dB(A) with ventilation fan operating. 3.3.35 Earthing All the Elevators shall be provided with earthing arrangements as per IS1860. 3.3.36 a) Miscellaneous Circuit wiring diagrams shall be provided for all electrical circuits. They shall be in A1size Laminated paper suitably treated to prevent deterioration from dirt or age. A data plate shall be attached to the cross head members of the car frame giving the following information:-

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(i) (ii) (iii) c) d)

Contract load of the Elevator, Speed of the Elevator, Year of manufacture.

Special tools required for the operation, servicing, maintenance and repair of the Elevator shall be provided. Fault diagnosis procedures and circuit diagrams of the printed circuit board, detail information, software and technical data shall be provided to assist in trouble shooting for breakdown during normal operation and maintenance. Maintenance barrier shall be provided for elevator landing entrance which shall prevent people from entering the elevator car. The barrier shall be painted yellow, made from aluminum and be of minimum height 900mm. Accessories Each Elevator shall be provided with the following accessories: (a) Three sets each of all necessary keys for the landing door, operating panel etc. (b) One Set of Cartage Props. (c) Brake Releasing tool. (d) Hand Winding Tool. (e) One set of Maintenance Barrier

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Emergency Operation of Elevators in the Event of fire In the Event of fire , When any fire Detection Device is activated , All Elevators are automatically brought to the Evacuation Door (Ground Floor) . all elevators are removed from Normal Service. Car & Hall calls are cancelled . Hall Position Indicators and Direction arrows are cative . The Essential Items such as Door Open button, Intercom & alarm etc. on Car Operating Panel shall remain functional And Illuminated. If the Car is traveling away from the evacuation Floor, It will stop at the nearest possible Floor with Doors closed and then return to the Evacuation Floor. When Car arrives at the Evacuation Floor, the car will wait with Door Open. Then the car is available for the use of fireman.

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Other Features :Electronic Approaching Chime on Car :An Electronic Chime sounds to inform waiting Passengers of the Elevator arrival. This feature is effective under Full-Automatic mode with or without attendant Service. When the Car is traveling upward the chime located on the Top of the Car will sound. When the car is traveling downward , the chime located on the bottom part of the car will sound. When the car is waiting at a Floor with its doors closed, the chime will sound when the Hall call button is pressed.

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3.5.2

Safety Door Edge (SDE) SDE is a Devoice mounted on the edge of the door(s) panel. When a Passenegr touches this Device, the doors will get reopened.

3.5.3

Safety Landing :The Purpose of this feature is to prevent Passenger Entrapment when the car stops between floors. The Controller will perform a safety check & then the car will be dispatched to the nearest /designate landing.

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Automatic Bypass :When the load in a Car reaches to 80% or more of the rated capacity , the car will bypass automatically all the Hall Calls along the service direction. This feature is effective under full automatic mode without attendant service. When the car stops at a floor to answer a call, this feature will get cancelled.

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3.6

ACCESS CONTROL CARD SYSTEM This touchless electronic access control card system shall ensure that only guests/residents holding pre-programmed key cards can use the elevator. The key cards shall be programmable to allow flexible access to various floors. Provision shall also be made to deactivate the system if required.

The contractor should co-ordinate with the approved vendor of access control system of the building & must ensure the compatibility with the their system. The approval of the competent authority should be taken before placing the order. 3.6.1 ACCESS CONTROL CREDENTIAL READERS A. Proximity Card Readers Specifications 1. Provide surface mounting style 125 KHz proximity card readers suitable for door or wall mounting, and for minimal space mounting configurations as shown on the project plans. The reader shall be capable of reading access control data in standard Wiegand formats up to 84 bits in length from any HID Proximity card or equivalent, outputting the data in one of the following configurations: a. The card reader shall output credential data in compliance with the SIA AC-01 Wiegand standard, compatible with all standard access control systems. b. The card reader shall output credential data using a Clock and Data interface, and be compatible with systems requiring a magnetic stripe reader. 3. The reader shall be capable of outputting a periodic reader supervision message at a configurable time interval, enabling the host system to signal an alarm condition based on the absence of this message. The Proximity card reader shall provide the ability to change operational features in the field through the use of a factory-programmed command card. Command card operational programming options shall include: a. Reader beeps and flashes green on a card read, LED normally red, single line control of LED. b. Reader flashes green on a card read, LED normally red, single line control of LED. c. Reader beeps on a card read, LED normally red, single line control of LED. d. Beeper and LED are controlled by host only, LED normally red, single line control of LED. e. Reader beeps and flashes green on a card read, LED normally off, red and green LED's controlled individually. f. Reader flashes green on a card read, LED normally off, red and green LED's controlled individually.

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h. Beeper and LED are controlled by host only, LED normally off, red and green LED controlled individually i. j. Change from Wiegand to Mag Stripe output format Change from Mag Stripe to Wiegand output format

k. Reset to Factory Defaults 5. Proximity card readers shall provide the following programmable audio/visual indication: a. A piezoelectric sounder shall provide an audible tone upon successful power up/self test, good card read, or whenever the beeper control line is asserted by the host. b. A bi-color, red/green LED shall light upon successful power up/self test, good card read, or whenever the LED control line(s) are asserted by the host. c. The reader shall have individual control lines for the sounder, and for red and green LED indication. When the LED control lines are asserted simultaneously, an amber LED indication will occur. The reader shall have a configurable hold input, which when asserted shall either buffer a single card read or disable the reader, until the line is released. This input may be used for special applications or with loop detectors. The reader shall require that a card, once read, must be removed from the RF field for one second before it will be read again, to prevent multiple reads from a single card presentation and anti-passback errors. Typical proximity card read range shall be up to: a. 3 (7.6 cm) using HID Proxcard II card. b. 1 (2.5 cm) using HID Prox/Wiegand Card 9. Proximity card readers shall meet the following physical specifications: a. Dimensions: 3.135 x 1.70 x 0.66 (7.96 x 4.3 x 1.68 cm) b. Weight: 2.5.oz (75 g) c. Material: UL94 Polycarbonate

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d. Two-part design with separate reader body and cover. e. Color: Black, Gray, Beige or White as approved by the project architect. 10. Proximity card readers shall meet the following electrical specifications: a. Operating voltage: 5 16 VDC, reverse voltage protected. Linear power supply recommended. b. Current requirements: (average/peak) 20/75mA @ 12 VDC
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DESIGN SERVICES
Design Requirements The Contractor shall perform all design functions necessary for the development, manufacture, installation and site testing of elevators as described in this Specification.

4.1.1

The design of each component shall achieve the minimum service life given below. The failure rate of the components shall not exceed 5%. Failure rate is defined as the number of failures (during the service life) divided by the total quantity of the components in the complete system. Elevators (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Safety gear rope Governor Anti Creep device Hoisting chain/hoisting rope Contractors/relays Traction machine/motor Service life(years) 8 20 20 8 10 20

4.1.2

The Contractor shall prepare and submit drawings, which clearly illustrate details of equipment down to sub-assembly and component level, equipment locations and configurations. Drawings shall indicate plan views, elevations, sections, charts, tables, schematics and diagrams with legends, dimensions, part numbers, tolerances, setting clearances, materials, etc., as required to cover the facilities being provided under the Contract. Drawings shall also be prepared showing circuit wiring for each of the systems included in the Contract. The Contractor shall prepare and submit specifications to provide a clear description of the functional requirements such as, loading, materials, clearances, tolerances, of all equipment and its components planned for use in the Contract. The specifications shall indicate acceptable levels of performance, the expected normal life span, and the mean time between failures (MTBF) for the equipment, materials and workmanship, with due consideration given to the service and environment to which such equipment will be subjected. The Contractor shall identify, by manufacturer and model or part number, each component, which he plans to install under the Contract. The Contractor shall prepare and submit a Quality Assurance programme in accordance with requirements contained in the Specification. The Contractor shall submit all applicable data, criteria, standards, directives and information used as a basis for the design of the elevators. The Contractor shall submit the design calculations for the following, to demonstrate how the operational requirements are achieved. (a) (b) (c) (d) Structural loading to pit and shaft wall. Heat dissipation value for the elevator Power requirements and efficiency of motor/machine. Any other information necessary.

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4.1.7

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in design drawings but they must be prepared at appropriate times and in sufficient detail to permit successful co-ordination of space provisions for the elevators. 4.2 Endorsement Requirement All drawings, calculations, test certificates, technical information, data and analysis submitted in this Contract shall be endorsed by the Contractor's registered Professional Engineer. 4.3 Co-ordination with Designated Contractors The Contractor shall co-ordinate with the Designated Contractors, shall finalise and agree with the Designated Contractors all relevant matters relating to the equipment including but not limited to the following: a) space requirements, including tolerances for construction of the civil works. b) fixing requirements c) loading d) interface with architectural finishes e) cabling routes, termination details including providing information to the Designated Contractors. f) information on embedded parts, box-outs, etc. to enable the Designated Contractors to provide the necessary works. g) equipment access route and temporary/permanent lifting requirements. h) lighting requirements i) power requirements j) ventilation requirements k) fire protection

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ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY REQUIREMENTS (EMC) General The contractor shall take adequate measures to reduce conducted, induced, and radiated emissions, especially the levels of harmonics, to acceptable values as specified by the relevant international standards or by the concerned statutory authority.

5.2 5.3 5.3.1

Not Used Inter-System EMC The Contractor shall ensure that all equipment supplied shall have minimum Radio Frequency Interference introduced onto the main network and comply with the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements of the following standards: EN 50081-1 EN 50082-2 BS EN 120 BS EN 12016 : : : : EMC Generic Emission Standard EMC Generic Immunity Standard Electromagnetic compatibility- Product family standard for lifts, escalators and passengers conveyors- Emission. Electromagnetic compatibility- Product family standard for lifts, escalators and passenger conveyors- Immunity.

5.4

Harmonic distortion The total harmonic distortion (THD) caused by the elevator equipment to the supply mains at the power supply input terminals of the elevator shall not exceed the following values when the elevator is travelling up at full load and rated speed: Rated load Current (IL) 200A < IL < 400 A 20A < IL < 200A IL < 20A THD (%) < 12.0 < 15.0 < 20.0

5.5

Installation and Mitigation Guidelines IEC1000-5 series of guidelines must be observed wherever applicable.

5.5.1

Earthing An earthing system should be designed to assure personnel safety and protection of installations against damage. It should also serve as a common voltage reference and to contribute to the mitigation of disturbances. To achieve the primary goal of assuring personnel safety and damage control, a low impedance path must be made available to large currents generated due to lightning or power system fault. The potential differences (touch and step voltages) between any two points must be as low as possible. Safety considerations also require the chassis or enclosure to be earthed to minimise shock hazards to passengers and the maintenance staff.

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To achieve the secondary goal of providing protection for sensitive and interconnected electronic and electrical systems, earthing should be designed to minimise the noise voltage generated by currents from two or more circuits flowing through a common earth impedance and to avoid creating earth loops susceptible to magnetic fields and differences in earth potentials. Earthing shall also be designed to accomplish the following minimum requirements: i) ii) iii) iv) v) 5.5.2 Protect personnel and equipment from electrical hazards, including lightning, where practical. Reduce potential to system neutrals. Reduce or eliminate the effects of electrostatic interference and electromagnetic interference arising from within the system. Provide a single-point earthing method for all equipment enclosures, cabinets, drawers, assemblies and sub-assemblies. Provide a clean zero-volt reference point for signals in computer and related equipment.

Bonding Bonding all exposed metallic parts of all equipment and connecting them to the earthing network is a way for meeting safety requirements and minimise noise voltages due to potential differences. Direct bonding should be used wherever practical. Where indirect bonding via bonding strap is used to connect two isolated items, the bond must satisfy the following minimum requirements and prevailing international standards, for example, IEC1000-5-2. i) ii) iii) iv) Low bonding resistance from DC to at least 2 Ghz. Low bonding inductance from DC to at least 2 Ghz. Proper bonding procedure, including appropriate surface treatment before and after the bonding process is adopted. Proper use of bond material to reduce electrolytic corrosion.

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6.0 6.1 a) b) c) d) e)

FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS General requirements of lifts shall be as follows : Lift machine room shall be located preferably on top of the shaft and separated from the shaft by the floor of the room. Landing doors in lift enclosures shall have a fire resistance of not less than one hour. Lift car door shall have a fire resistance rating of one hour. Grounding switch (es), at ground floor level, shall be provided on all the lifts to enable the fire services to ground the lifts. Telephone or other communication facilities shall be provided on all the lift cars. Communication system for lift shall be connected to BMS Control Room , Machine Room & Security Control for the building. Suitable arrangements such as providing slope in the floor of lift lobby shall be made to prevent water used during fire fighting etc. at any landing from entering the lift shafts. This shall be done by Civil Contractor. A signage is to be provided by Lift Contractor on every floor at or near the lift indicating that in case of fire, occupants shall use the stairs unless instructed otherwise. There will be a signage which will contain a plan for each floor showing the location of Fire Exit Staircase. This will be provided by Lift Contractor. Alternate source of power supply shall be provided for all the lifts through a changeover switch. Fire Elevators All lifts shall be provided with fire mans switch In case of fire, only fireman shall operate Fire Elevator. In normal course, it may be used by other persons.

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INSTALLATION The Contractor shall be responsible for the timely and proper setting out of the Works which shall include verifying the positions, levels, dimensions and alignment of elevator pits, supports, shaft, walls and floor openings, etc. Any error in the civil construction in so far as they relate to the Works shall be immediately brought to the attention of the Employer's Representative and the Designated Contractor to allow prompt rectification by the Designated Contractor so as to avoid delays to the Works. The Contractor shall not be entitled to claim for any additional costs incurred by him arising out of such errors in the civil construction, if such additional costs could reasonably have been avoided had the Contractor carried out timely and proper setting out of the Works. The Contractor shall be responsible for all aspects of the Work required to install the equipment, including the provision of all lifting facilities such as frames where the provision of hooks is not possible. The Contractor shall co-ordinate with the Designated Contractors on the necessary precautions to be taken by the both parties to prevent damage to any part of the civil works during installation. The Contractor shall take all necessary pre-cautions including transportation of various part of elevators on rubber typed wheel and handling these with proper equipment so that floor finishes are not damaged by the Contractor during erection of Elevators at the stations. In case any floor finish is damaged by the Contractor the same shall be made good by the Contractor in full panel / area at his cost, so as to maintain uniformity. The Contractor shall ensure that levelling of all landing equipment shall be within + 1.0 mm. The vertical alignment of all door jambs, doors etc. shall be truly plumb to within + 1.0 mm. Guide rail shall not be skewed. The distance between guide rail shall be within + 0.5 mm. Guide rail joints shall be smooth to within 0.1 mm. It shall be erected plumb within + 1.0 mm. The Contractor shall provide protection, such as plywood box-up etc., to protect the door, the jamb, decking, from being damaged until the work is handed over at no additional cost. All Elevator landing door gaps shall be less than 4 mm. The Contractor shall be responsible for the installation of all guide rail brackets, separator, sill supports, hanger brackets including drilling and all related materials. All equipment shall be fully protected against the ingress of grit, dust and moisture during delivery, storage and installation. The equipment shall be delivered to Site in accordance with an accepted installation programme with a minimum temporary storage period to avoid damage. The Contractor shall design the equipment to comply with the Site access restrictions and shall ensure that the largest piece of equipment can be brought into the site through the access opening/entrances and passage ways. Where the structure does not permit the provision of lifting points, the Contractor shall make his own arrangements to provide the required lifting facilities such as A frames or similar to carry out installation work at no extra cost.
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Once the elevator shaft is handed over to the contractor to commence installation, he shall be responsible for providing fencing and barricades to protect his working areas during the installation period for the safety of his workers and other personnel working in the station until the elevator entrance doors are in position and are closed.

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8.0 8.1 8.1.1 8.1.1.1

TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF ELEVATORS Testing & Inspection General As part of the design submission, the Contractor shall submit to the Employer's Representative for acceptance a schedule of tests giving full details of all tests to be carried out. Tests at places of manufacture to be witnessed by the Employer's Representative shall be grouped together so far as can be arranged so that as many tests as possible can be witnessed on each visit. The Contractor shall prepare and forward to the Employer's Representative an original and 5 copies of all Test Reports as soon as practicable after completion of each test whether witnessed by the Employer's Representative or not. All test data shall be certified by the Contractors Professional Engineer. General Requirements for Type Tests and Acceptance Tests The Tenderer shall provide details of any type and acceptance tests, which have been carried out on equipment offered, or any additional tests he recommends. In general, certificates of previous type tests may be accepted at the discretion of the Employer's Representative, provided that they are for identical equipment and conditions. Where appropriate, new and/or modified components to meet the requirements of this Specification shall be made available for type testing. Type tests on equipment shall be carried out strictly as specified in the Specification. The Employer's Representative shall have right to witness tests and inspections on individual materials, components, or sub-assemblies, and details of these shall be agreed between the Contractor and the Employer's Representative. At the conclusion of all type tests, the Contractor shall compile all the test data together with any observations made during the tests, file them into a type test binder and submit it to the Employer's Representative for acceptance and record. General Requirements for Tests during Manufacture The Contractor shall carry out tests during manufacture as specified and propose any additional tests to be carried out. These tests shall be subject to the acceptance of the Employer's Representative. Routine tests shall be integrated with the programme. The Employer's Representative will, at his discretion, witness the routine tests during the period of manufacture, or accept the records of the Contractors in-house quality control scheme, where appropriate, as sufficient evidence for the execution of the routine tests. Routine tests shall be carried out strictly as specified in the test specification as outlined in Clause 10.4. On completion of the manufacture of items or sub-assemblies, and following completion of the manufacturers own tests and inspection, the Employer's Representative shall be invited to witness such tests as he deems appropriate.
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8.1.1.2

8.1.1.3

8.1.2 8.1.2.1 8.1.2.2

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The Contractor shall schedule the routine tests to meet the manufacturing programme, whether or not the Employer's Representative will be present at the tests, provided advance notice has been served to the Employer's Representative . 8.1.3.4 The Employer's Representative will determine and advise the Contractor of those tests where certification by the manufacturer may be acceptable in lieu of witnessed tests. Before equipment is dispatched, the Employer's Representative will signify his acceptance by signing certificates releasing such equipment from the place of manufacture or test. Test Specification The Contractor shall submit for acceptance by the Employer's Representative, test specifications for type tests, routine tests, tests on site, final acceptance tests and commissioning. The specifications shall detail the methods of conducting the tests, the tools and instruments used. Reference to the accepted documents and drawings shall be included in these specifications. The records/results shall be tabulated in a prescribed format applicable to this Contract. Nothing in this Specification shall prevent the Employer's Representative from calling for extra tests. These test specification shall include the design values of all quantities to be verified, with allowable tolerance or limits. Summary drawings or diagrams shall be included with the test specifications to show the dimensions and tolerances of all structural assemblies and sub-assemblies. In the case of welded fabrications, key diagrams giving all weld data shall be provided to enable systematic inspection to take place. Verification of accuracy shall be required for all tools, apparatus, testing jigs, measuring instruments and go or no go gauges used for the purpose of routine tests. All test instrument shall be calibrated not more than one year prior to their use. The Contractor shall submit calibration certificate or other documents for proof of Compliance. Testing of Materials and Details Where materials or components used in this Contract are not covered by separate test specifications, samples of such materials, or up to two per cent of such components shall, if desired by the Employer's Representative be tested at the Contractors expense at an approved laboratory. The Contractor shall supply the material required for testing free of charge and shall supply and prepare the necessary test pieces, labour and appliances for making all tests, and for carrying out all gauging and weighing on his premises in accordance with the terms of this Specification. If the Contractor is unable to provide approved facilities at his own factory for making the prescribed tests, the Contractor shall bear the cost of carrying out the tests elsewhere, at a place subject to the Employer's Representative acceptance.

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Such radiographic examination of welds or castings as the Employer's Representative deems necessary shall be carried out. 8.1.6 8.1.6.1 Elevator Type Tests Driving Mechanism One unit selected by the Employer's Representative for each range of duty of the driving machines provided for this Contract. Motor Frequency of Tests One unit selected by the Employer's Representative for each range of motors supplied for this Contract. If a separate motor is used for achieving maintenance speed, the same requirements shall also apply to the maintenance motors. In general, all tests shall be conducted in accordance with the relevant parts of BS 4999/IS 14665. Scope of Tests a) Insulation Test i) ii) Insulation resistance of windings using 1000V megger shall not to be less than 200 M Ohm. Insulation resistance of thermistors subject to 1000V for 5 seconds shall not be less than 200 M Ohm. Windings shall be earthed. Main and slow speed winding shall each be pressure tested to 2000V r.m.s. for 60 seconds. During this test, thermistor wires shall be grounded to earth. Cold resistance of both high and low speed windings shall be recorded.

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Voltage, current, frequency, output power and temperatures shall be recorded at 15 minute intervals for the first two hours and 30 minute intervals subsequently until temperature levels off. When the temperature has leveled off, the motor shall be switched off and the winding temperature rise shall be established using the resistance method as specified in BS 4999 Part 101. A momentary overload of 200% full load shall be applied for 15 seconds. The motor shall not stall or abruptly change speed. A locked rotor test shall be carried out at rated voltage and frequency for both high and low speed windings. Current and torque shall be recorded in both cases. The speed/torque characteristic and the starting current characteristic shall be produced from the results obtained.

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ix) 8.1.6.3 Controller

Frequency of Test One of each type of controller shall be type tested. Scope of Tests a) Physical Construction Checking The construction of the control cubicle shall be checked against the approved drawings. Facilities to padlock incoming fused isolator shall be checked. Verification of the protection classification shall be conducted and/or provided. b) Pressure Test i) Earth leakage circuit breakers shall be tested on both poles. The current and time required to trip shall be recorded. Similarly, the dc earth leakage unit shall be tested and values to be recorded. Pressure testing at 2000V ac r.m.s. for 60 seconds between: phase to phase and phase to earth. Control wiring itself shall be pressure tested at 1,500V ac r.m.s. for 60 seconds between control/auxiliary wiring and frame. Insulation tests shall be carried out before and after the above tests by a 1000V insulation tester. The insulation resistance thus measured shall not be less than 200M ohm. All protection on electronic circuits shall be tested by a 500 V installation tester. Wiring to all electronic components shall be meggered. Megger setting shall be at the discretion of the Employer's Representative.
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Verification of the protection circuit shall be carried out in accordance with the approved procedures.

Temperature rise during the tests shall be recorded and verified. 8.1.6.4 Braking System Frequency of Test One of each type of brake provided shall be required to undergo type testing. Scope of Test A full dimensional check shall be carried out to verify compliance with the manufacturing drawings and a full functional test shall be carried out. A demonstration of brake adjustment and setting shall be carried out. 8.1.6.5 Elevators Inter-communication System Two of each type of Elevator-Inter-Communication Systems shall be type tested. A full functional test shall be carried out to verify compliance with the specification. Elevator Routine Tests The following are the minimum requirements of the routine tests. Driving Machines Random Check: Verification of the insulation resistance of the windings using a 1000 Volts megger test. A high voltage test to 2000 Volts r.m.s. for one minute of the stator winding shall be conducted. A dynamic test for every driving machine shall be conducted for a period of 4 hours continuously without stopping, except for changing of direction, 2 hours in each direction, at contract speed and 25% load conditions. The test is to ensure no undue vibration or abnormal temperature rise occurs in any component. 8.1.7.2 Power units 100% check : The assembled power unit shall be checked in accordance with the accepted test specification. Main Control Cubicle 100% Check: The complete control cubicle shall be checked with a simulator to verify correct wiring connection and function of the electrical/ electronic devices. Verification of the insulation resistance of the control wiring and electronic components shall be conducted in accordance wit the accepted test specifications. 8.1.7.4 Call Button and Fixtures Random Check: The call button shall be checked at random to confirm the manufacturing quality.
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The assembled fixtures shall be inspected and functionally tested accordance with the accepted test specifications. 8.1.7.5 Hoist Rope A manufacturers certificate or sample test will be acceptable to the Employers Representative. Safety Gear Manufacturers certificate or test report on the assembly will be accepted by the Employers Representative. Car Enclosure and Door Assembly Random Check: The assemblies shall be checked at random to ensure the correct dimensions and layout. Quality of the finishing shall be inspected to ensure the correct type of materials have been used for fabrication. Protection of the finished assembly shall be inspected in accordance with the accepted test specifications. 8.1.8 Elevator Site Checking and Inspection A test and inspection specification shall be prepared for each of the following critical phases of work. Forty-eight hours notice is required prior to completing these phases to enable the Employers Representative to carry out any checks he deems necessary. The following are the minimum requirements: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) 8.1.9 Setting out the plumb lines; Erection and alignment of guide rails; rail brackets Erection and alignment of landing doors; jamb, sills, header etc. Erection of Elevator shaft and Elevator pit equipment; Erection of car enclosures; Positioning of Machine Room equipment and control cubicles; Installation of the hoist ropes; and governor rope Erection of landing fixtures and car fixtures; Installation of hoistway and machine room trunking prior to installation of wiring; Installation of wiring and cabling Installation of car fixture and car top equipment Earthing and bonding checks

8.1.7.6

8.1.7.7

Elevator Commissioning and Acceptance Tests

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Tests shall be carried out on each Elevator in accordance with the relevant portions of BS 5655/IS 14665, which shall include but not be limited to the following:-

(a)

Readings on starting current, running current and supply voltage shall be taken at the rated speed of each Elevator in both directions of operation under no load, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and full load conditions. Both power and control wiring of the controller shall be tested between lines connected together and earth at 1000V 50Hz. This voltage shall be applied and maintained for one minute. The control wiring shall be separately tested between poles and earth. Immediately following each test a 1000 Vdc. Insulation tester shall show an insulation resistance of not less than 3 M ohms. All field wiring shall withstand a 1000 V megger test on site and each conductor shall show an insulation resistance to earth of not less than 3 M ohms. The overspeed governor shall be tested to ensure that it will activate when the speed exceeds 40% of the nominal speed. Functional tests on the safety gear with no load at rated speed by manually tripping the governor. The Elevator car shall be operated up and down several times including tests to demonstrate the leveling operation.
(d) Test on the car and landing doors system (i) (ii) Checking of the condition of the landing and car door for smooth operation, Functional tests on the door closing time, door speed, re-opening, safety edge, proximity detection landing and car door contacts of the door lock. Functional tests on all the landing call buttons, indicators and all function provided in key-switch operated cabinet mounted below the car operating panels.

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(f) (g) (h) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (i) (j) (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s)

Functional tests on the emergency call buttons. Functional tests on the final limit switches, terminal slow down and terminal over travel limit switches. Functional tests on the following safety switches and devices:Overload device. Phase protection device. Anti-creep system. Emergency lowering and raising devices. Pipe rupture device. Over current protection device. Counter weight safety (if applicable)

Functional tests on the UPS unit and 2 hours duration test. Functional test on the car top maintenance panel. Testing of the Intercom system. Compress buffer test. Running clearance tests. Functioning test of Elevator management, monitoring and fault diagnostic system. Noise/ sound level test of equipment and installation. Functional tests of battery backup device. Complete function tests on track machine, motor brake and control equipment. Floor leveling accuracy and re-leveling at different loads. Tests on Emergency Power and Fire operation.

Temperature readings of elevator controller and equipment shall be taken every fifteen minutes for at least 2 hours or the duration of test whichever is longer.
(t) 8.1.9.2 Functional tests of all features and functions not included in the above but required in the Contract. Twelve Hour Run Each Elevator shall be subject to a 12-hour duty cycle test, during which the Elevator shall run continuously with the contract load for 12 hours and shall travel up and down with intermediate stops such that the number of starts complied with the specification. 8.1.10 Interface and Integrated Tests

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The Contractor shall co-ordinate and carry out interfacing and integrated testing together with other Contractors to ensure that the all integrated systems function as desired. 8.1.11 Certificate of Taking Over The final acceptance tests of each item of equipment shall be undertaken in the presence of the Employer's Representative, in accordance with the test specification. Any defects and/or deviations discovered without prior written approval during the tests shall be rectified at the Contractors own expenses. These shall be entered into a defects list agreed between the Contractor and the Employer's Representative. The Certificate of Taking Over will not be issued until these tests have been completed and the defect list substantially reduced to such an extent that the Employer's Representative considers that the equipment is safe for operation. Service Trials shall be completed prior to Issue of Certificate of Taking Over. 8.2 TESTING OF LIFT INSTALLATION (As per IS/IEC Standard) These Tests are in addition to Tests already mentioned under Chapter 8.1. 8.2.1 8.2.1.1 Tests at Site: Levelling Test: Accuracy of the floor levelling shall be tested with the lift empty, fully loaded. The lift shall be run to each floor while travelling both in upward and downward directions and the actual distance of car floor above/ below landing floor shall be measured. In each case there shall not be any appreciable difference in these measurements for levelling at the floors when the car is empty and when it is fully loaded. The tolerances for levelling shall be as + 5mm accuracy. 8.2.1.2 Safety Gear Test: Instantaneous safety gear controlled by a governor, should be tested with contract load and a + contract speed, governor being operated by hand. Two tests should be made, however, with wedge clamps or flexible clamp safeties, one with contract load in the car and the other with 68 kg (equivalent to one person) in the car. The stopping distance obtained should be compared with specified figures and the guides, car platform, and safety gear should be carefully examined afterwards for signs of permanent distortion. Counterweight safety gear should be tripped by the counterweight governor and the stopping distance noted. In this case, however the governor tripping speed should exceed that of the car safety governor but by not more than 10 percent. During the safety gear test, car speed (from the governor or the main sheave) should be determined at the instant or tripping speed as stated in IS Code. The governor jaws and rope should be examined for any undue wear.

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Contract Speed: This should be measured with contract load in the car, with half load with no load, and should not vary from the contract speed by more than 10 percent. The convenient method is by counting the number of revolutions, made by the sheave or drum in a known time. Chalk mark on the sheave or drum and a stop switch will facilitate timing but care must be exercised to ensure that no acceleration or retardation periods are included. If the roping is 2 to 1 the sheave speed is twice the car speed. Alternatively, the speed can be measured by a tachometer applied directly to shaft immediately below the sheave.

8.2.1.4

Lift Balance: After the above test, some of the weight shall be removed until the remaining weights represent the figures specified by the tenderer. With this condition car at half way travel the effort required to move the lift car in either direction with the help of winding wheel shall be as nearly as can be judged by the same.

8.2.1.5

Car and landing doors interlocks: The lift shall not move with any door open. The car door relay contact and the retiring release cam must be tested. The working of the door operation and the safety edges and light equipment if any provided shall also be examined.

8.2.1.6

Controllers: The operation of the contactors and interlocks shall be examined and it shall be ascertained whether all requirements laid down in the specifications have been met.

8.2.1.7

Normal Terminal Stopping Switches: This shall be tested by letting the car run to each terminal landing in turn, first with no load and then with contract load and by taking measurements, top and bottom over travels can be ascertained. Final Terminal Stopping Switches: The normal terminal stopping switches shall be disconnected for this test. It shall be ensured that these switches operate before the buffers are engaged.

8.2.1.8

8.2.1.9

Insulation Resistance: This shall be measured (after removing the electronic PCBs and their connection) between power and control lines and earth and shall not be less than 5 mega-ohms when measured with D.C. voltage of 500 V. The test shall be carried out with contactors so connected together as to ensure that all parts of every circuit are simultaneously tested.

8.2.1.10

Earthing: All conduits, switches, casing and similar metal work shall have Earth continuity. Ropes:
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The size, number construction and fastenings of the ropes should be carefully examined and recorded. 8.2.1.12 Buffers: The car should be run on to its buffers at contract speed and with contract load in the car to test whether there is any permanent distortion of the car or buffers. The counterweight buffers should be tested similarly.

8.2.2

Tests at Manufacturers Works: The Tests shall be carried out as per IS 14665 (Part 3 /Section 1) with all Amendments /IEC & CPWD Specifications & shall include the following:-

8.2.2.1 High Voltage Test: The dielectric or electric apparatus (excluding motors, generators and instruments which are tested in accordance with the appropriate Indian Standards wherever they exist) shall be capable of withstanding a test voltage of ten times the working voltage with a maximum of 2000 Volts when applied. i) ii) iii) between the live parts and case of frame with all circuits completed. between main terminals or equivalent parts with all circuits open, and between the lift parts of independent circuits.

Note : Owing to the impracticability of applying tests (ii), (iii) mentioned above on controllers and similar apparatus after controller wiring has been completed, these tests may be made at convenient stages of manufacturing. 8.2.2.2 a) Method of Applying High Voltage: The test shall be made with alternating voltage of any convenient frequency, preferably between 40 to 60 cycles per second. The test voltage shall be approximately sine-wave form and during the application of voltage with peak value, as would be determined by spark gap by occillograph or by any other approved method shall not be more than 1.45 times the rms value. The rms values of the applied voltage shall be measured by means of a volt meter used with a suitably calibrated potential transformer or by means of voltmeter used in connection with a special calibrated voltmeter winding or testing transformer by any other suitable voltmeter connected to the output side of the testing transformer. b) Duration of High Voltage Test: The test shall be commenced at a voltage of about one third of the test voltage which shall be increased to the full test voltage as rapidly as is consistent with the value being indicated by the measuring instrument. The full test voltage shall be maintained for one minute. At the end of this period, the test voltage shall be rapidly diminished to one third of its full value before switching off. 8.2.2.3 Buffer Test: A copy of the test report shall be intimated after testing at works. 8.2.3 Performance Test:

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This test is meant for passengers lifts and Freight cum Passenger Lift and is conducted to watch the performance of lift installation in terms of passenger handling capacity and waiting interval as obtained at site vis-a-vis design, data and conducted as below : a) Waiting interval : (T)- This can be worked out by taking the average of several round trip times as observed physically and then dividing it by the number of lifts in that bank. Handling capacity H = 300 x Q x 100 TxP

b) Where H P Q T c)

= = = =

Handling capacity as the percentage of the peak population handled during 5 minutes. Total population to be handled during peak morning/ evening period. (It is related to the area for which particular bank of lifts serves). Average number of passengers carried in a car. Waiting interval.

Service Temperature Test : A continuous run of one hour should be made with number of starts and stops to reproduce as nearly as practical the anticipate duty in service. (The standard duty cycle is 180 start per hour). It is very difficult in practice to carry out this test with alternate starts at full load and no load and it is necessary therefore to simulate these cycles. A suitable test for all motors except squirrel cage motors is to run the car up from the bottom landing with contract load and stop at each floor. Lift shall be run in such a manner so as to give about starts in one hour. At the end of this run the temperatures of the armatures and fields of the motor and generator are recorded. The temperature rise should be within the prescribed Limit.

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9.0 9.1 9.1.1

Maintenance MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS Maintenance In addition to his obligations under the Conditions of Contract, the Contractor shall provide maintenance services throughout the Defects Liability Period (DLP) and also for the specified period for all the elevators supplied under the Contract. Maintenance work shall include attendance to all service calls, work described in approved Maintenance Schedule, and the followings:

9.1.1.1

All defects shall be remedied either when observed on a service call or on an attendance to a service call. Service shall include all work necessary to maintain the entire elevator system in good working order at all times. The Contractor shall maintain adequate quantity of consumable and contingent spare parts as per agreed list in his custody at site in order to minimize the shut down time due to repairs and maintenance. All parts rendered defective, including replacement of indicator lamps and programmable circuit board, shall be replaced by the Contractor. The list of these consumable and contingent spares should be submitted for Approval at the same time as the submission of the Preventive Maintenance Schedule (PM) & Corrective Maintenance (CM) procedure, as mentioned in 9.1.1.10. The Contractor shall dispatch competent personnel to rectify stoppages at any time during the day or night when being called on by the Employer within a time of half an hour (maximum). Repairs shall be carried out on a 24 hours per day, 7 days per week basis until the faulty unit is put back in service. The Contractor shall carry out periodic testing and examination of equipment safety devices as may be required by the provisions of any enactment in force relating thereto or of any enactment, regulations or by-laws of any local or other duly constituted authority which may be applicable to such tests and to provide such copies of the test certificates, duly signed by a Registered Elevator Employers Representative and Registered Elevator Contractor, as may be required. A master schedule of such planned tests shall be submitted to the Employer at least one month before commencement of the DLP. The Contractor shall provide monthly, quarterly and half-yearly reports on the condition of the equipment in an agreed format. Such reports shall include event logs and performance data collected from the associated indicative panel stored on diskettes or other agreed medium, over the reporting period. Such data shall enable off-line individual and fleet statistical analysis to be performed on a Personal Computer. A report in duplicate shall be sent to the Employer immediately following every call out, indicating the time of call out visit, cause, remedial action taken and the time that the service was restored. Reports on routine visits are not required except where necessary to draw attention to defects of a minor nature which could not be rectified during the routine visit. Records of each routine visit and call-out visit, together with details of the work done or action taken, shall be entered on a log book which shall be provided by the Contractor and retained in the location as decided by the Employers Representative.
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9.1.1.2

9.1.1.3

9.1.1.4

9.1.1.5

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Before the expiry of the Defects Liability Period, the Contractor shall perform a loading test for each elevator to re-confirm that the function of the system is being met and shall undertake corrective adjustment if necessary. This test may be incorporated into the half-yearly equipment survey maintenance works. The Contractor shall provide a maintenance plan and a major component replacement programme for review and acceptance by the Employers Representative 90 days before the programmed commencement of the Defects Liability Period. The Maintenance service shall include all Preventive/Scheduled & Corrective Maintenance. In this context, the Contractor shall submit a PM Schedule and CM procedure for Approval, 3 months before the commencement of the DLP. In order to ensure that the system will meet the Reliability, Availability & Maintainability targets and Customer Service requirements using the minimum resources, the Contractor shall conduct a detailed Maintenance Requirement Analysis to derive a complete list of preventive maintenance schedules and procedures under the Contract. The Maintenance Requirement Analysis shall identify for each system function the potential functional failures, the failure consequences and the appropriate maintenance approach. Based on the Maintenance Requirement Analysis, the Contractor shall indicate in the Maintenance Plan, the final preventive maintenance programme, the proposed skill and manning level, spares level and special tools require. The proposal shall be fully traceable to the maintenance Requirement Analysis output. The Maintenance Requirement Analysis shall be submitted as part of the maintenance plan. Accommodation for Emergency Service Report Centre A Room of approximately 5 sq.m will be provided by the Employer as the emergency service report centre. Otherwise , the Contractor will have to make his own arrangement free of cost .The Premise will be located at site. Room shall be furnished by the Contractor. Employers Maintenance Strategy Maintenance Strategy The Contractor shall ensure that the system designed, installed and commissioned is supportable throughout the service life of the System to address, as a minimum, the following: Design errors in the System; Operational changes; Environment changes; and Changes in infrastructure. According to the maintenance strategy, all equipment and infrastructure supplied for the Project must be designed for minimum or no maintenance. Maintenance activities required must be capable of being performed with little or no impact on the train service. In addition, the maintenance work systems shall ensure safety of personnel and equipment.

9.1.1.9

9.1.1.10

9.1.1.11

9.1.1.12

9.1.2 9.1.2.1

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The Contractor, upon noticing any defects, deficiency in quality and quantity of spares and materials shall without delay, arrange for alternative source of supply and submit his proposal to the Employers Representative for review. Maintenance during DLP During the DLP period, the contractor shall carry out all type of preventive and breakdown maintenance. The preventive maintenance would be done during non-Operational hours whereas breakdown maintenance would be done whenever breakdown occurs. The contractor should post his supervisor and maintenance staff at a key place in ILBS Vasant Kunj. The acceptable response & attention time also needs to be mentioned for minor & major breakdowns.

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9.1.3.1

Competency of Personnel During the DLP the Contractor shall depute sufficient trained and competent personnel for maintenance purpose. Such persons shall have their generic competence established and must demonstrate their specific competence and knowledge in the particular systems, environment and procedures. The Contractor shall provide evidence of specific competence and knowledge, which shall include: assessment and certified training in particular applications and operations; recording of competence and work in the license holders logbook; and receiving or in receipt of sufficient and current exposure to the area of work that the holder is licensed for.

Routine spot checks on licensing may be carried out from time to time by the Employers Representative's qualified personnel on the proficiency of the Contractor staff. In the event of a failure, the Contractor shall undertake the management and investigation necessary to identify and rectify the cause. 9.1.3.2 Testing and Re-commissioning of System and Equipment In the event of a failure requiring modifications to the System, the Contractor shall undertake any testing and re-commissioning required. Any such modification shall be submitted for review by the Employers Representative. Temporary Alterations to Restore Service The Contractor shall undertake any temporary modifications necessary to maintain service. Any such modification shall be submitted for review by the Employers Representative.
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Discrepancies between Installation and Design Records Should the Contractor discover inconsistencies between the maintenance drawings and documentation and the installed equipment, the Contractor shall correct all such errors within two weeks.

9.1.3.5

Communications The Contractor shall ensure that adequate communication facilities are provided to its staff during the DLP.

9.1.3.6

Location of Staff The Contractor shall be responsible for locating staff such that the Contractor meets its obligations.

9.1.3.7

Maintenance Regimes The Contractor shall produce a maintenance regime for the equipment that shall comprise two constituent parts, corrective and routine/preventative maintenance. Corrective maintenance shall be available 24 hours per day, able to respond to all foreseeable circumstances. The maintenance regime shall cover all parts and equipment of the system designed, installed and commissioned by the Contractor. The Contractor shall take into account the requirements of the operations and maintenance when determining and proposing its maintenance regime.

9.1.3.8

Scope and Hours of Coverage The regime and structure of corrective maintenance shall be robust in design. The Contractor shall provide a full 24 hour On-Call coverage and shall be such that initial response and rectification of failure are in accordance with the following: To Start first line corrective maintenance within 60 minutes, from reporting 4 hours from notification for second line maintenance where spare parts replacement is involved (Minor corrective Maintenance) within 2 weeks including transportation time for third line maintenance where replacement or repair of component from factory is involved. Any extension to this time shall be agreed with the Employers Representative and a replacement provided. All elements of First Line preventative maintenance shall be carried out and completed during non-operational hours . Similarly, all elements of second line & third line maintenance also needs to be completed during nonoperational hours.

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Failure Investigations The Contractor shall conduct failure investigations. Disputes between the Contractor and other Contractors will be resolved by the Employers Representative. The Contractor shall make available to the Employer all test and failure data as required.

9.1.4 9.1.4.1

Software Support General The Contractor shall submit to the Employers Representative for review, the software support plan at least 30 days before commencement of software installation. All changes, bug fixes, updates, modifications, amendments, new versions shall not result in any non-conformance with this Specification. The Contractor shall submit all new versions to the Employers Representative for review at least 2 weeks prior to their installation. The new versions of software shall not degrade the operation of the System.

9.1.4.2

Security Obligations Within 14 days of the installation of any software into the Permanent Works by the Contractor, the Contractor shall submit to the Employers Representative for retention by the Employer two back up copies of the software, which shall include any specified development tools required for maintenance of the software, including, but not limited to, editors, compilers and linkers. Any software item delivered by the Contractor to the Employers Representative pursuant to the above Paragraph shall not be translated or modified by the Employer without the prior consent of the Contractor unless: - the owner of the software becomes insolvent or has a receiving order made against it or makes an arrangement or assignment or composition with or in favour of its creditors (including the appointment of a committee of inspection) or goes into liquidation or commences to be wound up or has a receiver, liquidator, trustee or similar officer appointed over all or any part of its undertaking or assets or if distress, execution or attachment is levied on, or if an encumbrances takes possession of, any of its assets or any proceeding or step is taken which has an effect comparable to the foregoing in any relevant jurisdiction; or - the owner of the software ceases to trade; or - the owner of the software assigns copyright in the software and the Contractor fails within 60 days of such assignment to procure in favour of the Employer, a license from the new owner in the same terms as that required by the Contract;

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or The Contractor is in breach of any of his obligations under the Contract.

Error Correction The Contractor shall inform the Employers Representative immediately when a fault is discovered within delivered software or documentation. On receipt of a request from the Employers Representative for identification or further diagnosis of a failure or fault, the Contractor shall provide appropriate resources. The Contractor shall provide written details as to the nature of the proposed correction to the Employers Representative.

9.1.4.4

Training The Contractor shall provide training for Employer's staff to enable the Employer to make proper use of any new versions.

9.1.4.5

Fixes or Patches The Contractor shall notify the Employer promptly of any fixes or patches that are available to correct or patch faults. The Contractor shall detail any effect such fixes or patches are expected to have, upon the System.

9.1.4.6

New Versions The Contractor shall ensure that all new versions are fully tested and validated on the simulation and development system prior to installation. The Contractor shall ensure that all new versions are fully tested and commissioned once installed on the Site. The Contractor shall deliver to the Employer any new version, together with the updated Operation and Maintenance Manuals. The Employer shall not be obliged to use any new version and that shall not relieve the Contractor of any of its obligations. Any effect upon the performance or operation of System that may be caused by a new version shall be brought to the Employer's attention.

9.1.4.7

Routine and Corrective Maintenance Procedures Routine and corrective maintenance procedures shall be supplied for all equipment. The format shall be as follows:

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- Uniform format and layout irrespective of equipment supplier; - Colour coding for each activity; - Cross referenced to the Operation and Maintenance Manuals; and - Document control information. 9.1.4.8 Operation Activities All operational activities shall comply with the Employers safety rules, and requirements of the Operation and Maintenance Manuals. The Contractor shall recommend in detail the frequencies for preventive and corrective maintenance, and what items of work are to be carried, including but not limited to the following; - Step-by-Step procedure to carry out the task; - Diagrams and flow charts for illustration, if applicable; - Precautions for the maintenance personnel to follow; and - Estimated duration and manpower required. 9.2 1. MAINTENANCE SERVICES SCOPE The Contractor shall provide Free Comprehensive Maintenance service during Defects Liability Period. The Maintenance Services rendered by the contractor shall include All kinds of Routine and Preventive Maintenance and Breakdown Maintenance. Breakdowns shall be attended on 24 hrs. X 365 days basis. Routine & Preventive Maintenance shall be carried out during Non-Operational hours. 2. ROUTINE AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE Program of routine and preventive maintenance during the Defects Liability Period as also during the tenure of annual maintenance contract shall comply with minimum requirements as below. 2.1 Fortnightly This shall include the following :
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To check all bearing oils, oil rings, oil chains, etc. All machines should be carefully checked and repaired for abnormal temperature rise. To check and repair all relays and contacts as wells as their movements and repair as necessary To clean traction machines, relays panels, control panel, starter panels, selectors, governors, car top, car gates, sills and pits To check brake action and adjust if necessary To check and repair movement of door switches, gate switches and emergency stop switches To check and repair indicator lamps and indicator To check and repair annunciator lights, buzzer and car lights To check and adjust leveling differences, brake slippage, acceleration,
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2.2

deceleration and riding comfort. To check and repair movements of car control buttons, switches and the like. To check and repair operation of weighting devices.

Monthly (In additional to all Fortnightly Checks) To turn grease cups for speed governors and compensating pulleys To check and oil selectors To top up rail lubricators To clean ropes oil if necessary To clean traction motor brushes, brush holders and internal frame. Adjust slip rings if necessary. Check commuters. To oil electric brake pins To oil all pins of door operation and door opening mechanisms To clean hoist way, beams slow down cams, outside cages, rails and counterweight rails To clean, oil and adjust door closer and levers To clean main sheave, secondary sheaves and rope sheaves on car top and counterweigh top To clean and repair brake wheels and shoes To oil compensating rope tensioning pulleys.

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Every Two months (In additional to all Monthly Checks) To clean and oil door hangers, door rails, interior of hanger case. If necessary adjust acentric rollers, car door hangers, door connecting ropes and chains To check and repair door shoe To clean and oil safety fears To clean and oil car and counterweight guide shoes. Adjust if necessary To clean and oil interior of terminal limit switches and position switches. Check rubber rollers of terminal limit switches. To check oil clean and repair interior of door switches, gate switches. Replace worm parts if necessary To check and repair flexible cable To check and repair movement of limit switches To clean and oil interior of car control switches. To clean and check push buttons of care control panels To check, clean and repair the sleeve and plungers of the electromagnetic brakes.

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Quarterly (In additional to all Two monthly Checks) To check and repair the operation of terminal limit switches and final limit switches. To check and repair the governor switches. To clean the brush holders and commentators of the door motors. To check and repair the traction ropes for broken wire, wear elongation and even tension. Adjust if necessary. To remove the dust inside the traction machines and controls panels using electric blower To clean and repair the indicator lamps To check the voltage of rectifiers and thyristors

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To check and repair the operation of safety gears To check oil for oil buffers To check and clean the hall buttons and contacts To check and repair the compensating chains or ropes To check and oil the bearing of door motors To grease the secondary sheaves, car top sheaves and counterweights. To check the wear of guide shoes of cars and counterweights

Annual (In additional to all Half yearly Checks) This shall include the following : To clean the wire connection box of every landing and car cages. Tighten all screws and check the conditions of cables at conduit inlets and outlets To check and repair the conditions of worm gear and thrust bearing of the gear boxes To check and tighten screws of control panels, starters panels and relay panels To remove the dust inside the landing indicator switches by electric blower To test all safety devices To dismantle, clean and adjust the electro magnetic brake of gearless machines To charge gear oil and motor oil To check and tighten screws and foundation bolts of traction machine, secondary sheaves, exterior of lift frame, guide rail, guide rail clamps and bracket etc. To test the over current relays To provide all labor, materials, tools and transport to carry out annual inspection and load test according to the requirement of the employer

All the scheduled maintenance services described above shall be properly programmed and agreed with the Engineer-in-charge in order not to affect operation of the lift systems The Maintenance Check sheets shall be suitably made & Upgraded in order to achieve the Highest Order of Reliability & Availability. 3. BREAK DOWN MAINTENANCE The Contractor shall also undertake to provide a comprehensive breakdown service whereby qualified Technical Personnel shall attend to each breakdown as soon as practicable after a breakdown is reported and carry out immediate remedial work at a reasonable speed according to the nature of the breakdown. Any faulty equipment or components shall be quickly replaced. In circumstance such that the Contractor fails to attend the breakdown within four normal working hours after notification of the breakdown and where remedial work is interrupted during normal working hours for purposes other than obtaining replacement parts, the employer reserves the right to order such action as may be necessary to expedite completion of remedial work which shall be at the Contractors expense without abrogation of the Contractors responsibilities 4. Extension of Defects Liability Period:The Defects Liability Period of any item (Component/Assembly/SubAssembly/Equipment/PCBs) etc. which fails during Defects Liability Period shall
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deemed to be extended from the Date of failure of such item for the full Defects Liability Period. 5. GENERAL The Contractor shall keep sufficient spare parts & Consumables during the maintenance period to ensure that replacement work for defect can be carried out immediately A competent engineer shall be provided to investigate the fundamental cause of a fault & Remedial actions are taken accordingly. Temporary quick fix solution will not be accepted. The employer shall at his discretion, take action to recover all losses incurred rising from the failure of the Contractor to perform the duties either wholly or in part as detailed in this section.

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10.0 10.1

Special Tools, Commissioning Spares & DLP Spares:Special Tools & Keys:a) Contractor shall supply one set of Tools for Each elevators for Normal as well as Emergency Rescue Operation & for Preventive & Breakdown Maintenance purposes including Tools such as Brake Releasing Devices and Hand Winding Devices after Completion of Service Trials. Contractor shall handover three set of Keys for each Elevator to the Employers Representative after completion of service Trials. Commissioning Spares: Contractor shall submit a List of commissioning spares with sufficient Quantities to ensure the successful completion of the Testing & Commissioning Activities.

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10.3 10.3.1

Availability of Consumable & Spares during Defect Liability Period The Contractor shall ensure availability of adequate consumables and contingent spares required to maintain all the equipment supplied for the Works in good working order at all times during the Defects Liability Period. Any spares consumed including but not limited to oil, grease, cleaning compound, and light bulbs, etc., during the DLP shall be provided by the Contractor. The Contractor shall submit a list of consumable spares with quantities, brand name, model no., serial/order code for the Approval of Employers Representatives prior to purchase. Recommended Spare parts for Ten years The Contractor shall submit a list of recommended Spares (Parts) for 10 Years needed for maintenance after DLP. The Contractor shall ensure that such spares & consumables are made available as per the requirement of DMRC and shall supply the same as and when orders are placed by DMRC within reasonable Delivery Period.

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QUALITY ASSURANCE AND SYSTEM ASSURANCE General A Quality Assurance programme shall be developed and implemented as a means of determining compliance with the Employer's Requirements. This programme shall comply with the requirements as set out in ISO 9000. The programme shall include but not be limited to the procedures necessary to ensure that all equipment, materials, systems and sub-systems are properly specified, designed, purchased, recorded, inspected, installed and tested at all appropriate stages. The procedure shall also ensure that handling, storage and delivery arrangements are satisfactory.

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Quality Assurance Programme The Contractor's quality assurance programme shall include as a minimum, the following functions:-

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Inspection System: A system for in-process inspection of work operations and manufacturing as well as installation processes, including observations, measurements and tests, to ensure conformance with the requirements of the Contract. Calibration System: A system for periodic calibration and control of the accuracy of precision instrumentation and gauges. Record System: Data and records essential to the operation of the quality programme shall be maintained by the Contractor and made available to the Employer's Representative upon request. These records shall include work performance, inspection and testing observations and the number and type of deficiencies found. In addition, records shall be maintained for monitoring work performance, inspection and testing which indicate the acceptability of work or products and the remedial action taken in connection with deficiencies. Supplier Control System: A system for ensuring that all supplies and services procured from suppliers (subcontractors and vendors) conform with the requirements of the Contract. Manufacturing Control System: A system for providing necessary control over manufacturing operations to ensure that the final product conforms with all requirements of the Contract. This system shall include controls for the following areas: (a) Materials Suppliers' materials and products shall be subject to inspection to demonstrate conformance with the technical requirements. (b) Production Process and Fabrication The Contractor's quality assurance programme shall ensure that all machinery, wiring, batching, shaping and basic production operations (of any type) together with all processing and fabricating are accomplished through documented work instructions. These instructions shall be the criteria for acceptable workmanship. Completed Item Inspection and Testing
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The quality programme shall ensure that there is a system for final inspection and testing of completed products. Such testing shall provide a measure of the overall quality of the completed product and be performed so that it simulates, to a sufficient degree, product end use and functioning. (d) Statistical Quality Control and Analysis Statistical methods may be utilised for planning, analysis, tests and quality control whenever such procedures are suitable for maintaining the required control of quality. Sampling plans shall be subject to the acceptance of the Employer's Representative prior to use. (e) Indication of Inspection Status The Contractor shall maintain a positive system for identifying the inspection status of products. Identification may be accomplished by means of stamps, tags, routing cards, move tickets or other control devices acceptable to the Employer's Representative. 11.2.6 Installation Control System: A system providing necessary control, monitoring, inspection of the progress, quality of work and protection of equipment, to ensure that the equipment is installed according to the requirements of the contract. The system shall include but not be limited to the following, which shall be subject to the acceptance of the Employer's Representative prior to use: (a) Shop Drawings All layout and shop drawings giving detailed layout of equipment, structural cut-outs, supports, openings, all dimensions, tolerances setting, etc. (b) Assembly Procedures and Drawings This shall show details of all installation and assembly procedures, including tolerances, tightening torque, alignment, precautions, etc. (c) Inspection Checklist Checklists giving all items to be checked and inspected with tolerances setting, etc. 11.2.7 The Contractor shall submit checklists to demonstrate compliance with all applicable standards. Systems Assurance The Tenderer shall demonstrate a clear understanding of all the requirements of this Clause in his tender submission. General a) The Contractor shall develop and implement the requirements for Systems Assurance. These requirements shall be applied also to subcontractors and suppliers and shall be carried out during the design,
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manufacture, installation, testing and commissioning phases of the Works. b) The Contractor shall prepare and submit for review and acceptance by the Employer's Representative a Systems Assurance Plan Fifteen days after Contract Award. The System Assurance Plan shall define the Contractors approach, procedures and schedules for conduct of Safety Engineering, Reliability Engineering and Maintainability Engineering. Human Factors Engineering is an integral part of Systems Assurance and shall be considered and reflected within the Systems Assurance Plan. The Contractor shall pro-actively engineer the systems to meet the safety, availability, reliability and maintainability performance requirements listed below and demonstrate that the requirements have been met by the system installed. In the process the potential hazards to safety, availability, reliability and maintainability performance should be further minimised where design options permit. The deliverables listed below are intended to provide the Employer's Representative with a sound basis for acceptance of the safety, availability, reliability and maintainability performance; progress information; confidence that the design is proceeding with a low risk of failing to meet the performance requirements; information that will aid the planning of work schedules; and part of the foundation of the safety case for operation of the line.

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Not used Safety Engineering a) The Contractor shall as part of the safety engineering activity prepare analyses of identified potential hazards to ensure resolution of hazards. The following analyses shall be prepared and submitted by the Contractor: i) ii) iii) b) Subsystem Hazard Analysis (SSHA) Quantitative Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) Failure Modes, Effects and Consequences Analysis (FMECA)

The Contractor shall prepare a Fire Safety Design Report for review and acceptance by the Employer's Representative. At a minimum, this report shall contain documentation of the specific fire hardening and life safety features and attributes the Contractor has incorporated in the elevator design; especially those relating to: i) ii) Structural fire resistivity Choice of electrical wiring and insulation for vital safety critical circuitry.

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iii) 11.3.4

Flammability, smoke emission, and toxicity characteristics of selected materials.

Reliability and Maintainability Engineering a) Reliability and maintainability requirements and goals shall be developed in terms of Mean Time between Failures (MTBF) and Mean Time to Repair (MTTR). The subsystems and equipment shall be designed to maximise system availability to minimise the amount of maintenance required and to ensure that any maintenance can be easily and quickly carried out at minimum cost. The Contractor may submit existing analyses which are properly documented and verifiable for equipment and applications which are identical or manifestly similar. Existing data need not conform to the agreed format but shall contain the same data presented in a neat, concise and logical manner.

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APPENDIX I CHECK LIST FOR JOINT INSPECTION OF LIFTS BY EMPLOYERS REPRESENTATIVES REF. TESTING OF LIFT INSTALLATIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. Place of Inspection Date of Inspection Name of the Firm Verify visually particulars as per agreement description and completeness of work to be executed as per contract. Verify layout as discrepancies if any per drawing and record

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Whether a plate with work LIFT and instruction to be displayed / provided on each landing and in lift car. LIFT WITH EQUIPMENT a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) m) n) o) p) Depth of pit and Provision of ladder provided. Arrangement for lighting in the pit. Arrangement for lighting in the lift shaft. Whether adequate tie rods provided for counterweights. Whether all wiring has been in conduit pipes / troughs properly fixed and earthed, Guard for counterweights in the pit. Provision of check nuts and split pins in rope fastenings and terminations. Whether rope tension equal for all ropes. Whether buffers symmetrically positioned. Top car clearance Bottom car clearance Top counterweight clearance Bottom car run by Bottom counterweight run by Availability of Multicriteria Detectors on Top of Lift Shaft. (To be provided by Electrical Contractor) Any other Item

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Machine room check provision for: i) Arrangement for hand lamp with flexible cord. ii) A plug and socket. iii) Adequate Air-Conditioning (To be provided by HVAC Contractor) iv) A danger plate on door v) Trap door
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vi) vii) viii) ix) 8.

Main switch Circuit diagram on wall Provision of Multi Criteria Detectors in Machine Room & Response Indicators Outside the Room Any other

Earthing Whether machine body controller, car frame, limit switches, and conduit properly earthed and check earthing continuity.

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Machine and controller: i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) Oil leakage if any. Abnormal temp rise of oil, bearing and motor Abnormal noise or vibrations Whether UP and DOWN (direction arrows on motor or fly wheel marked) Whether rubber pads provided under machine and its bed plates Whether Control Circuits have independent fuses/ MCBs Whether protection against breakage of rope or taps exist. Whether cable ferrules marked Gap between the car and landing sill Any other

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Operation: i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) viii) ix) x) xi) xii) xiii) xiv) xv) xvi) xvii) Operation of all floor buttons from within the car in up and down direction on both attendant and auto control Operation of car by calls given from landing buttons in up and down direction on both attendant and auto control Operation of door close and door open button Emergency alarm Emergency stop Light and fan Emergency key opening Operation on type of control stipulated in contract Operation of car top safety switches to make the lift inoperative from within the car and speed of operation. Door locking as checked from each floor Any abnormal noise vibration jerk internal and stopping Sideway play if any in the car Working of position and direction indicators in car and at each landing. Functioning of sensitive reopening arrangements on moving edge of doors. Smooth sliding movement of car and landing doors. Whether car is stopped in between the floor and whether the doors can be opened manually from inside
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xviii) xix) xx) 11.

Opening of landing or car door when lift is in operation to see that the movement of lift stops. Operation of fireman switch. Check for brake release device and hand winding provisions.

Safety Devices: i) Functioning of protection for single phasing and phase reversal. ii) Function of protection for automatic power cut off device before the car and counterweight load on buffers. iii) Function of overload relays iv) Operation of safety gear and also see for undue deformation of guide rails and stopping distance v) Check operation of safety switches. vi) Operation of upper limit switch & positions vii) Operation of lower limit switch & positions viii) Operation of electrical protection against opening of emergency door. ix) Any other Item Checking of rope slip after 3 complete trips by putting a reference mark on the sheave and rope 60mm/12mm, 600mm/20mm Test to see that the lift does not start in upward direction on no load and down direction on full load and on single phasing Check application of brake on full load in down direction at full speed by switching off the power supply and for over heating. Load Test : Lift No___________________ No Load UP Down UP Full Load Down

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Starting Current : AC (Amp) Running Current : AC (Amp) Travel (Meters) Speed: Meter/ Sec 16. Any other test i) Size of the lift well ii) Internal depth of car platform iii) Size of the car door iv) Rope protection against breakage have been carried out and test results are found v) Insulation resistance test & high voltage test. I. R. is found ______ M ohm (Requirement 0.5 M ohm minimum) and HV test with stood/ not with stood
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NOTE: -

This is only a Draft Check Sheet. Successful tenderer shall submit Check Sheet for Employers Approval.

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APPENDIX - II LIST OF INDIAN & INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS CONNECTED WITH LIFT INSTALLATION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Electric Traction Lifts Guide line for outline dimension Electric Traction Lifts Code of practice for installation Electric Traction Lifts Safety Rules Electric Traction Lifts Components Electric Traction Lifts Inspection manual Glossary of terms relating to wire ropes Steel wire suspension ropes for lifts and hoists Flexible Trailing Cables for lifts 1100 volt grade XLPE insulated armoured cables 1100 volt grade PVC insulated armoured cables 1100 volt grade FRLS PVC insulated copper conductor wires Rigid steel conduits Flexible steel conduits Code of practice for selection of standard worm and helical gear boxes Code of practice for electrical wiring installations (system voltage not exceeding 650 volts) Safety procedure and practices in electrical works Electrical installation fire safety of buildings Specifications for hoistway door-locks Installation, Operation &Maintenance of Lifts XLPE Cables Flame Propagating Criteria Single & Bunched Cables Under Fire Conditions Limited Oxygen Index & Temperature Index The Bombay Lift Rules 1958 with all Amendments Safety Rules for Construction & Installation of Lifts. Lift For Handicapped /Disabled Persons IS 14665 (Part-1) 2000 IS 14665 (Part-2) 2000 IS 14665 (Part-3) 2000 IS 14665 (Part-4) 2000 IS 14665 (Part-5) 2000 IS 2363 1981 IS 2365 1977 IS 4289 1984 IS 7098 IS 1554 1988 IS 694 & IS 9537 1981 IS 3480 1966 IS 7403 1974 IS 732 1963 IS 5216 1982 IS 1646 1997 IS 7754-1975 IS 1860 IEC 502 IEEE Standard 383 IEC 332 Parts 1 & 3, Category B ASTM D 2863 EN 81 IS 15330

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APPENDIX III INSTRUCTION TO BE DISPLAYED IN HINDI/ ENGLISH IN THE LIFT CAR AND LIFT LANDINGS

S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Inside the Car Lift Number.. Capacity Kg./ Persons No Smoking Do not panic in the event of break down. Press alarm button / Use In terms available in the Lift and follow the instruction of authorised staff Do not force upon Car Doors

S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Outside the Car Lift Number.. Capacity .. Kg. / Persons Smoking not permitted inside the Car. Do not force open the landing door.

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Watch before you step into and out of the lift car. Avoid use of lift during fire. Complaints if any my be sent to Hours of operation .

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Watch before Stepping Lift Car Door

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APPENDIX IV INSTRUCTION TO BE DISPLAYED IN HINDI/ ENGLISH IN THE LIFT CAR AND LIFT LANDINGS PASSENGER LIFT S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Inside the Car Lift Number.. Capacity .Kg. . Person No Smoking Operator correctly push buttons/ switches S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Outside the Car Lift Number.. Capacity . Kg. .. Person Please stand in Q. Smoking not permitted inside the Car. Please keep the lift neat and clean. Do not force open the landing doors. Watch before you step into and out of the lift car.

Do not lean against lift door. Watch before stepping door. Do not panic in the event of break down. Press alarm button/ use In terms available in the Lift and follow instruction of authorised staff.

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Heavy articles / luggage not allowed. Avoid use of lift during fire. Complaints if any my be sent to

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APPENDIX V BARRIER FREE REQUIREMENTS 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 One of passenger Lifts shall be made suitable for Handicapped Persons using Wheel chair Conforming to IS / International Standard. Elevator Control Buttons at Locations & Height Specified in IS 15330. Hall Call Buttons at Locations & Height Specified in IS 15330. Hand Rails shall be provided on the Side Walls of Elevators Specified in IS 15330. An International symbol of access of the disabled shall be Permanently and Conspicuously displayed at each & every Elevator landing next to the Elevator Entrance. .Braille notations indicating the floor levels shall be incorporated next to each Button at the handicap Car Operating Panel and handicap hall call Buttons. A Digital Voice System for announcing the Car Position, Opening/Closing of Doors, Direction of Travel & Messages shall be provided as per IS 15330. A Laminated Safety glass Type Mirror of at least half of the size shall be installed on rear panel at appropriate position in Passenger Lift.

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APPENDIX - VI SAFETY OF LIFTS IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS CVC REPORT A Technical Committee of professionals under the Chairmanship of Chief Technical Examiner, Central Vigilance Commission having members from CVC and other departments including Bureau of Indian Standards was constituted by the Government to go into depth regarding all the related issues safety of list in public buildings who gave following recommendations for ensuring hundred percent safety of lifts in public buildings. These recommendations were circulated for information, guidance and compliance by Ministry of Urban Development & Poverty Allevation vide A.V. series circular No. 822 dated 25/10/2001 : 1.0 While examining of the possible causes of accidents in lifts, it was found that in case the lift car stops away from the floor level, there is possibility of wide gap left between the sill and the lower edge of the toe guard due to smaller length of toe guards so as to prevent any accidental fal through the gap, it is recommended that the minimum length of toe guard should be 700mm for lifts with speeds of 1.5 mps and 1000mm for lifts with speeds above 1.5 mps. Another potential cause of accidents could be the attempts made to open the landing door lock of lower floor in case the car stops away from floor level due to power failure. Since the car door can be opened in case of power failure so as to improve the ventilation and avoid claustrophobic situations etc. as outlined in IS 14665 (part 2/ sec1 : 2000 para 10.9.1, there is a tendency among trapped passengers to make attempts to open any accessible landing doors as the lock is accessible through open car doors. This attempt in panic may result in accidental fall into the lift pit. In order to ensure that the trapped passenger do not attempt opening the landing door, the electromechanical latch should be so designed that is inaccessible or invisible to the passengers in the car. Though para 8.4.3 of IS 14665 (part2/ sec1) : 2000 recommends for provision of either an emergency signal or a telephone inside the car but as a general experience, it is seen that over a period of time these devices become inoperative due to one reasons or the other. Therefore, in order to have at least one device of communication functioning at all the times, as an alternative arrangement, it is recommended that the provision of both i.e. telephone with minimum connectionsone at the operators room and other at guard room and the emergency signal with re-chargeable batteries as source of supply be made in the lift cars. The device used for emergency signals should incorporate a feature that givens a immediate feed back to the car passengers that the device has worked properly and the signal has been passed on to the intended agency. The Automatic Rescue Devices (ARD) meant for the purpose of bringing the lift car to the nearest landing doors, are being used selectively and is generally restricted to commercial building having heavy traffic. However, frequent power failures being the common phonomenon, it is recommended that provision of ARD should be made mandatory in all the lifts in public buildings. Frequent power failure from regular sources of supply has been a major cause of concern for the equipments and machinery driven by electric power. Therefore, standby source of supply has become indispensable. Though in commercial building the standby supply is generally provided but in residential buildings, the provision of standby supply is still a lower priority. In order to avoid any accidental trapping
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because of power failure, in residential buildings, DG Sets of suitable capacity with AMF Panel should be provided as back up for the lifts. 7.0 In order to avoid accidental closure of doors while boarding or alighted the car, normally infrared cells are provided in the doors. But it has been experienced that there is a possibility of tampering with the devices by blocking the holes etc. to keep the doors open for longer time. To avoid this, it is recommended that a tamper proof infrared curtain covering the entire height of the door should be provided in the lift doors. It is seen generally, that though the instruction on DOs and Donts, as per provision of the relevant IS, are displayed in inconspicuous location, or are very small in size or are in one language only. To make these instructions serve the intended purpose, and not a mere compliance of relevant IS clause; it is suggested that these instructions should be displayed at a conspicuous location with larger understandable script and should be written in Hindi, English and regional language. The name, purpose and numbering of the push buttons/ phone/ alarm should be displayed clearly and in the same sequence as indicated in the instructions shown against point (8) above, it is worth-while to mention here that due a to long and continuous use of buttons, the numbering and indications on the buttons get faded over a period of time. Necessary preventive arrangement may be made to made the same as fade-proof. Apart from the written instructions in the lift cars as suggested against point (8) and (9) above, possibility of providing recorded audio clipping in the passenger cars may be considered. The clipping may run continuously and sequentially in Hindi, English and regional language giving instructions on DOs and Donts for safety of the passenger. A load plate along with overload alarm, giving the rated load and permissible maximum number of passengers should be fitted in each lift car in a conspicuous position. For the purpose of identification, the lift number should be displayed outside the landing door, inside the car and the in the machine room. This numbering may used as reference for the purpose of routine/ preventive maintenance, for operating from machine rooms and reporting of any incidents etc. All the electrical supply lines and apparatus in connection with the lift installation should be so constructed, installed, protected, worked and maintained that there may be no danger to persons there from. To do that, all the exposed parts should be duly insulated, equipments should be securely earthed in accordance with the recommendations made in IS:3043 and also in conformity with the latest provisions of Indian Electricity Rules. The machine rooms and all other rooms containing lift equipment should be provided with adequate illumination. The lux level should be at least 200 lux. Provision of adequate lighting in the entire lift shaft should be made mandatory. The provision of firemans control/ switch for the purpose of using the lift for carrying out fire control exercise as per provisions of relevant IS specifications should be made mandatory. There have been quite a few instances, wherein the accidents to occur due to machinery failure which in turn is attributed to the human failure occurred in one or the other form like deploying of unskilled personnel or due to mishandling of the
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equipments etc. the reasons for such occurrences are the inherent shortcomings and adhocism in the award of the work of maintenance/ operations to inexperienced and less reputed firms. The task of maintenance and operation should be entrusted to reputed and experienced agencies, who deploy only skilled persons. As far as possible the manufacturer of the lift should be considered for undertaking maintenance and operation so as to make the system more accountable. 17.0 There are some cases in which serious fatal accidents happened during rescue operation for taking out the trapped passengers. Such accidents occur due to improper handling of rescue operation or inadequate accessories required for rescue purpose. In order to avoid such occurrences, it is strongly recommended that personnel engaged for rescue operation should be fully equipped and trained in handling the rescue operation. It is essential to carryout the resscue exercise in accordance with the instruction contained in para 10.10 IS-14665 (part 2/sec1) :2000. It is felt necessary to maintain a log book containing all the details viz. Lift number, names and addressed of the operators/ maintenance personnel, details of the agency undertaking maintenance and operation and detail of Routine/ Preventive maintenance of lifts etc. the logbook should be duly authenticated by a competent authority and also by a representative of residence in case the lift is installed in residential area. The mock drill exercise for all the lifts should be made mandatory and should form part of Annual Maintenance Contracts. The responsibility of conducting mock-drills on regular pre-decided periodicity should lie with the agency undertaking the AMC, and the same should be duly vetted by the residents representatives. All the suggestions brought out in the above para should be considered in addition to and/or in conjunction with the relevant IS specifications and may not be deemed to have superseded any IS specification relevant to the lifts. In case of any clash the more stringent measure should be considered for implementation purpose.

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APPENDIX -VII BOMBAY LIFT RULES 1958 as AMENDED UPTO 1989 1. a) b) c) Lift wells All lift-wells intended for the reception of lifts shall be exclusively reserved for that purpose and shall not be used for any other purpose. Lift- wells and all equipments and apparatuses fixed therein shall be rendered fireproof to the greatest possible extent. The inner surface of the lift well and its enclosure facing any lift-car entrance shall, so far as practicable, be kept smooth and flush devoid of projections or recesses. Where any projections or lops of the recessed cannot be rendered flush, they shall be levelled on the under side to an angle of not less than 60 degrees from the horizontal, by means of metal plates, cement rendering or other fire-resisting materials. Where a lift-car levelling device is operative with lift-car gate open such interior surfaces shall always form a smooth and flush surface below each landing level. Sufficient space shall be provided between the guides for the car and the side-walls or the lift-well enclosure to allow safe and easy access to the parts of the safety gear for their maintenance and repairs. In the case of a lift-well which is common to more than one lift and where the lift-car or the counter-weight of one lift is working in juxtaposition to the lift-car or the counter-weight of another lift, such lift-cars or counter-weights shall be guarded carefully and adequately in order to protect persons working in the lift-well or on the lift-cars from accidental contact with such cars or counter-weight in any part of their travel. In case of a completely enclosed lift-well a notice with the word Lift shall be placed on the outside of each landing door. Lift-well enclosure Lift-well and wells for the counter-weight if located independently of the lift-well shall be adequately protected by means of suitable enclosure work which shall be extended on alt sides from floor to ceiling. In all counter-weight wells located independently of the main lift-well, suitable access shall be provided for the inspection, maintenance and repairs to counter-weights, wire ropes and their anchorages, guides and guide supports. All such doors giving access to such counter-weight wells shall be provided with electro mechanical locking devices. Where wire grill or similar construction is used, the mesh or opening shall be not greater than (32 mm) and the lift-way enclosure shall be of sufficient strength to resist accidental impacts from users of the staircase or adjoining floors. Where the clearance between the lift-well enclosures, if of an open type and any moving or moveable pad of the lift equipment of apparatus is less than (5 cm) the opening in the enclosure shall be further protected by nettings of square mesh not greater than (12mm) and of wire not smaller than (1mm dia). No counter-weight shall be allowed to travel in any lift-well or part of any lift-well other than that to which it belongs. One every passenger lift, there shall be provided at each floor, a floor position indicator or IN USE indicator or direction call registering light Glass shall not be used for lift well enclosure The distance between the lift well enclosure on the sides facing any lift car entrance and the sill edge of the car shall be not more than 30 mm in the landing zone below the landing gate. If such distance is more than 30 mm in lift well enclosure, the same shall be finished with suitable and smooth plaster work or facia plates so as to make
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the surface thereof devoid of all projection and recesses. IN case the enclosure wall on the sides facing the lift car entrance is more than 13 cm from the sill edge of the lift car platform, the lift car door of such lift shall be provided with means to prevent it from being opened except when the lift car is at the landing served by such car entrance. The distance between the edge of any landing sill and the sill of the car platform shall not be more than 25 mm No automatic fire door or shutter which operates by means of a fusible link or other side due to the action of heat, shall be allowed in any landing, opening of the lift way enclosure of any lift, if such opening gives access to any exit from the building The walls enclosing lift wells in the buildings having height more than 24 m shall have fire resistance of not less than two hours. The lift well shall have permanent vents immediately under the machine room not less than 0.2 sq mm in clear area. The lift well for fire lift (a lift to enable fire brigade personnel to get to the upper floors with the minimum delay and to be used exclusively by firemen in an emergency and directly accessible to every landing on every floor), in the buildings having more than 24 m height, shall be segregated from the other lift well by means of brick masonry or RCC wall of fire resistance of not less than two hours. Lift Pits Lift pit shall be soundly constructed and maintained in a dry and clean condition. Where necessary, provision shall be made for permanent drainage No room, passage or thoroughfare shall be provided under any lift-well; provided that where it is absolutely necessary to provide any room, passage or thoroughfare under a lift well, all the following requirements shall be fulfilled, namely: i) ii) iii) Spring or oil buffers shall be provided for lift and counter weight The lift pit shall be made sufficiently strong to withstand successfully the impact of the lift car with the rated load or the impact of the counter weight when descending a the rated speed or at the governor tripping speed and The car and counter weight shall be provided with governor operated safety gear.

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To car clearance The top car clearance shall not be less than the sum of the following four items, namely i) ii) iii) iv) The bottom counter weight runby The stroke of the counter weight buffer used. 60 cm or the distance which any sheave or any other equipment mounted in or on cross head projects above the top of the cross head, whichever is greater and One half of the gravity stopping distance based on A

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When the car rests on its fully compressed buffer, there shall be a vertical clearance of not less than 60 cm between the floor of the lift pit and the buffer striker plates or the lowest structural or mechanical part, equipment or device installed beneath the car platform, except the guide shoes, rollers, safety jaw blocks and platform apron or guard located within three hundred millimeters measured horizontally from sides of the car platform when the car rests on its fully compressed buffers. When the car rests on its fully compressed buffer, no part of the car or any equipment attached thereto shall strike any part of the lift pit or any part of the equipment located therein. c) Top counterweight clearance The top counter weight clearance shall be not less than the sum of the following four items namely i) ii) iii) iv) The bottom car runby The stroke of the car buffer used. 15 cm and One half the gravity stopping distance based on A. B. d) One hundred and fifteen percent of the rated speed, where oil buffers are used and no provision is made to prevent jump of counter weight or car buffer engagement and Governor tripping speed, where spring buffers are used.

Projection on lift car When the lift car cross head is 60 cm from the nearest obstruction above it, no projection on the lift car shall strike any part of the overhead structures.

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Landing gates and doors All landing opening shall be protected by gate or doors which shall extend the fully height and full width of the landing opening. These opening shall is no case be less than (68 cm) clear in width when the gates or doors are fully opened. All landings gates shall be at least 2 m clear in height and top track of the gates or door shall not obstruct the entrance to the lift car. They shall be, if collapsible, or a close picket type and no openings exceeding 6 cm in width shall be permitted between pickets or vertical when the gate is fully extended. The landing gates shall be securely fixed. Where the landing door consists of two or more panels, the space between the panel nearest to the sill edge of the landing floor and the lift car door shall not exceed 13 cm and where the landing door is a swing door, the distance between such door and the lift car door shall not exceed 7.5 cm The distance between the sill edge of the lift car and the sill edge of the landing floor shall not exceed 30 mm The opening for the landing gates or doors shall not be wider than the lift car. The landing gates or doors which are self closing shall be equipped with safety devices preventing injury by trapping persons while entering or leveling the lift car.

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All landing gates and doors and their tracks shall be capable of withstanding a thrust of 34 kg applied normally at any point excepting the vision panels, without causing permanent deformation or without being sprung from their guides. a) Where the landing doors are solid and are manually operated and no indicator are provided either near the landing door on in side the lift car each of such doors shall be provided with a vision panel Where the vision panel is provided with glass such glass shall be fire resistant and safety wired. Any projection on or recess (including vision panels ) in any sliding door shall be kept to minimum so as to avoid finger trapping between the sliding part of the door and any fixed part of any structure.

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For the lift in buildings having height of more than 24 m i) ii) The landing doors shall have fire resistance of not less than one hour and The landing door for fire lift shall be power operated, automatic closing and opening type and the word FIRE LIFT shall conspicuously be displayed in radium paint on lift landing doors on each floor. Provided that the requirement in para may be relaxed by Govt in case of goods cum passenger lifts designed to operate at contract load of 1500 kg and above.

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Locking devices for landing gates and doors Every landing gates or door shall be fitted with the Electro-mechanical locking device which shall comply with the appropriate requirement given hereafter. i) It should not be possible to open the landing gates or door from the landing side until the lift car is within that particular landing zone. Provision shall be made for the opening of the gate or door in case of emergency by means of a special key, which shall be kept in a secured position. It should not be possible to start the lift car or keep it in motion unless all the landing gates or doors are locked in closed position. Exception :- Where lift car leveling device is provided, it is permitted to move the lift car with lift car and landing gates or door open within the landing zone. Note :-The door shall be considered closed and the lift car may be moved away from the landings when the door is within 58 mm of the jamb, or in the case of centre opening doors, when these are within 58 mm of each other, provided an approved attachment is fitted which till effectively prevent the doors from being reopened after they reached a limit of 58 mm and provided also that the door closer is such a type as will eventually carry the dor or doors to and lock it or them in the closed position. iii) The electrical and mechanical part of all locking devices shall be of substantial design and construction. The removal of any inspection cover or covers shall not affect the operation of the device. All locking devices shall be fixed securely to the enclosure by suitable means iv) The locking devices for landing gates or doors shall be so designed that the lock contacts is not closed until the gates or door is locked.
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Any springs used in the locking device shall be in compression and properly supported. The contacts of the locking devices shall be of solid and strudy construction and shall be opened positively and the functioning of the interlock to prevent movement of the lift car shall not be solely dependent on the action of a spring or springs not solely upon gravity not upon the closing of an electric circuit The design shall be such that reasonable wear and tear of working parts shall not create an unsafe condition or permit of interference with the operation of the lift by movement of the gate or door or its fittings. The conduit carrying the conductors to the lock or contact boxes shall be fixed securely to the boxes and shall maintain electrical and mechanical continuity. The locking device together with the actuating rods or levers shall be protected from interference from the landing side of the lift-well enclosure. Provision shall be made on all lifts for device to prevent the opening of any landing gate or door while the lift-car is passing through a landing zone to another floor.

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Lift Cars Lift-cars shall be enclosed on all sides by means of the cage body, gates or doors and such enclosures shall be at least 2m clear in height and sufficiently strong to withstand a thrust of at least 75 lbs applied normally at any point without deformation and it shall be so secured to the car-floor and lift-car frame that it cannot work loose or become displaced in ordinary service. There shall be provided a roof solid or perforated capable of supporting a weight of a man weighing 68 kg. Any perforation in the roof shall reject a 25mm diameter sphere. Glass shall not be used in a lift-car except for the following purposes, namely: i) ii) iii) iv) covers for certificates, lighting fixtures, appliances used in connection with the operation of the car, for vision panels and mirrors, Where the glass used for any of the said purposes is more than 930 square centimeters in dimension, it shall be of laminated type.

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switch for the light shall be in the machine room close to the main switch for the machine. f) The approach to the landing gate on each floor shall be kept lighted during the whole time the lift is available for use at night, and during the day time, if so required by the Inspector of lifts. Lift-cars having solid enclosure and doors and lift-cars installed in totally enclosed lift well shall be provided with adequate ventilation by means of an electric fan which shall be connected on electric mains other than the lift mains and shall always be maintained in working condition. A door or gate shall be provided at each entrance of the lift car. Such doors or gates shall guard the full height and width of the lift car opening and shall be sufficiently strong to withstand a thrust of 34 kg applied normally at any point without permanent deformation and without their being sprung from their guides. Where gates are used they shall be of close picket type and no openings exceeding 6 cm in width shall be permitted between the verticals when the gate is fully extended. Each door or gate shall be provided with an electric switch which shall prevent the liftcar from being started or kept in motion unless the door or gate is properly closed. Such switches shall be opened positively when the door or gate is opened.

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Note :- This requirement prohibits the practice of short circuiting the lift-car door or gate switch to enable an unoccupied lift-car of an automatically operated lift to be called at a landing with the lift-car door or gate open. j) k) l) deleted deleted Lift-car platform shall be of framed construction and shall be designed on the basis of contract load evenly distributed. Platform for goods car shall be designed to suit the particular conditions of loading. The minimum factor of safety shall be 5 for steel and 8 for timber. Every lift-car shall be provided with an emergency exit which shall be fitted into the roof of the car in case where one lift operates in the lift-well or where more than one lift is installed in a lift-well, it shall be provided in the side adjacent to the adjoining liftcar. Where conditions will not allow the provision of an emergency exit, the safetygear shall be of a type that can be released by hoisting up the lift-car. Top exit shall open outwards and shall be clear of all gear or equipment mounted on top of the lift-car. All emergency exit doors or panels shall be provided with an electric switch to prevent the lift from being operated when doors or panels are opened or removed. A plug socket shall be provided on top of the lift-car for a hand lamp for use by persons working thereon. When lift-car levelling devices are used, aprons shall be fitted to the car-floor to ensure that no space is permitted between the threshold and the landing whilst the lift-car is being levelled to floor. For the lifts in buildings having height of more than 24 meters i)
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Lift-car for fire lift shall have floor area of not less than 1.4 square meters;
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Lift-car doors shall have fire resistance of one hour; Lift-car for fire lift shall have power operated automatic closing and opening doors synchronised with landing doors while at landing level

Note: Provided that requirement in para (iii) may be relaxed by government in case of goods-cum-passenger lifts designed to operate at a contract load of 1500 kgs and above. 8. a) Lift-car frame Every lift-car shall be carried in a complete frame of steel girders which shall be sufficiently rigid to withstand the operation of the safety gear without permanent deformation. The factor of safety of the component parts of the lift-car frame and their connections shall be not less than 5 based on the ultimate strength of the material and the static load im posed on them. Renewable guide shoes or guide shoes with renewable linings shall be provided at the top and bottom of both sides of the lift-car frame. Load to be marked in lift-carsThere shall be marked conspicuously in every lift-car the maximum number of persons (calculated at 68 kg per person) which it can safely carry. Persons in excess of the said limit shall not be carried in the lift-car. For goods lift the load shall be given in kilograms and also in persons calculated at 68 kg per person. Counter-weights All counter-weights shall travel in rigid steel guides. If two counter-weights travel in the same guides, the lift-car counter-weight shall be above the machine counter-weight and the clearance between them shall not be less than (20 cm). Where the ropes of the machine counter-weight pass through the liftcar counter weight, they shall be covered or protected by metal or other suitable sleeves. Such sleeves shall have belied ends and be firmly attached to the suspension ropes, and be not less than 15 cm longer than the lift-car counter-weight. If an independent counter-weight is used, it shall not be of such a weight as to cause undue slackening of any of the suspension ropes during acceleration or retardation. All counter-weight sections shall be carried in a structural steel frame and shall be secured by at least two tie rods passing through holes in all the sections. The factor of safety of each frame member and its connection with other frame members shall not be less than i) ii) e) 5, where the member is of wrought iron and steel, and 40, where the frame member is of cast iron.

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The travel-way of the counter-weight in the lift-pit shall be protected by means of a suitable enclosure work up to a height of 2m from the floor of the pit. Provided that a gap of 30 centimeters or up to the top of the counter-weight buffer, which ever is higher, may be kept from the floor of the pit.
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Guides The guides for the lift-car and the counter-weights shall be rigid and shall be of steel except where the nature of the processes carried on in the building renders such material unsuitable due to acid-fumes or similar causes. In case of lift working at a speed exceeding 0.4 metre per second, special Lift T section Guides only shall be used and they shall be joined by means of machined spigot and socket joints or other adequate means. Guides shall be continuous throughout the entire length of the lift-well, and shall be pro vided with adequate iron or steel brackets or equivalent fixing of such design and spacing so that the guides shall, not deflect more than 6 mm under normal operation. If the guides are attached to overhanging stairs, the method of fixing shall be such that no vertical stress is transferred from the guides to the stairs. Guides shall be of such length that it will not be possible for any of the car or counter weight guide shoes to run off guides. Guide brackets and shims if any shall be of steel and shall not be directly supported and fastened to the lift-well enclosure wall unless such wall is of such construction and strength as to adequately withstand the thrust imposed on the guides under all conditions of the lift service. The fastening shall be by means of bond blocks built into the wall or expansion bolts or through bolts with metal plates of such thickness and size as to adequately distribute the load on the wall. Guides and their fixing shall withstand the application of the safety gear when stopping a fully loaded lift-car or the counter-weight if provided with a safety gear. Buffers Buffers of spring or oil shall be fitted under the lift-car directly or on the floor of the liftpit with suitable concrete or steel foundation. Provided that, oil resistant rubber buffers may be used with lifts having contract speed not exceeding 0.25 metre per second. Buffers shall be of such design and construction as to be able to absorb within the limits of their stroke the whole of the kinetic energy of the lift car carrying its rated load when the speed of impact is the maximum running speed. Spring or oil buffers shall be used with lifts having a rated speed upto 1.5 metres per second. Oil buffers shall be used with lifts having a rated speed in excess of 1.5 metres per second. Springs for the buffers shall be so designed that they will not take a permanent set upon absorbing the energy of the fully loaded lift car at governor tripping speed. Oil buffers or their equivalent shall be used with lifts having a contract speed in excess of 91 m per minute. The maximum rate of retardation of oil buffers, based on governor tripping speed, shall not be in excess of 24.54 m per second i.e. 2.5 times gravity retardation. The factor of safety of the combined suspension ropes shall not be less than the following namelyRope speed in meters Upto 2 meters per second 3.5 meters per second 7 meters per second Factors of Safety 10 11 12

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The factor of safety shall be based on static contract load plusthe weight of the liftcar and accessories in the case of traction type drive. In the drum type drive machines, the factor of safety shall be calculated with dynamic conditions. h) Oil buffers shall be provided with a device for determining easily the amount of oil in them.
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Buffers shall be placed symmetrically with respect to the center of gravity of the liftcar and shall be so arranged that the lift-car in normal circumstances of operation cannot strike them. Buffers shall be fitted under the counter-weight similar to those specified for lift-car arranged symmetrically below the weight. Suspension ropesChain shall not be used for the suspension of a lift car. Not less than three independent suspension ropes shall be used for the lift car or counter-weight of any lift with traction drive, and not less than two independent ropes with drum drive. Each suspension rope shall be, separately and independently fixed to the car and to the counter-weight. The simple suspension of the lift car or the counter-weight by means of a sheave or the like shall count as one suspension only. All ropes anchored to a winding drum shall have not less than one and one half turns of the ropes on the winding drum when the lift car or counter weight has reached the extreme limit of its over-travel. The winding drum end of the jilt-car and counter-weight ropes shall be secured by clamps on the inside of the drum. Every lift-car or counter-weight rope shall be in one length and free from joints. Emergency Safety Devices Every lift shall be provided with a lift-car safety gear, attached to the lift-car frame and placed beneath the car-platform. The safety gear shall be capable of stopping and sustaining the lift-car with full contract load in the lift-car. The application of the safety gear shall not cause the car-platform to become out of level in excess of 6 mm per foot measured in any direction. No safety gear shall be permitted to stop an ascending lift-car or counter-weight, if an ascending lift-car is to be stopped on account of over speed, a safety gear shall be fitted to the counter-weight for this purpose. The governor may, however, open the motor circuit and apply the brake in the event of over speed in the ascending direction. When the safety gear is being applied, no decrease in the tension of any rope for applying the safety gear, or motion of the lift-car in the descending direction shall release the safety gear. It is permissible to release the safety gear by reversing direction of the lift machine. When a safety gear comes into operation, it shall automatically open the operating circuit, and it shall be possible for a reasonable person to release the safety gear after a thorough inspection of the equipment after taking necessary precautions. The safety gear shall operate to stop and sustain the lift-car in the event of failure of the suspension ropes, or in the event of the lift exceeding a predetermined maximum speed in the descending direction when a speed governor is fitted. Every safety gear shall operate positively and mechanically independently of any springs used in its construction. Any levers or dogs operated by shafts shall be keyed to such shafts by keys or fixed by some other equally secure device approved by the Inspector of Lifts. The design of the safety gear shall provide for its application to both guides and to each side of such guides equally. Any rope used for applying the safety gear shall be led over independent pulleys running on independent shafts and properly guarded. Such ropes shall be not less than in diameter and shall be of steel or phosphor bronze. It shall not be possible for vibrations of the lift car frame to cause the safety gear to be applied. Any part of a safety gear subject to tension, torsion or bending shall be made of steel. All bearings for drums and screw shafts in connection with the safety gears shall be of non ferrous metals.
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Car and counter weight safety devices shall be actuated by separate governors. Provision shall be made to cause the application of the counterweight safety gear at not more than 10 percent in excess of that at which the lift-car safety gear applies. The types of safety gear shall be of the following kinds, namely: i) ii) iii) iv) Instantaneous type limited to speed not exceeding 200 feet per minute (Type I). Gradual wedge clamp type with gradual increasing retarding force (G.W.C.) Flexible guide clamp type with constant retarding force (F.G.C.) Combination of instaneous and oil buffer safety for speed not exceeding 2.5 meters per second.

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Safety gears designed to stop the lift-car or counter-weight in a distance related to the car or counter-weight speed shall stop the lift-car with rated load or the counterweight from the governor tripping speed within the range of stopping distances given in the table below. Explanation For the purpose of this sub-clause the stopping distance means the actual slide as observed from the markings on the guides made by the safety gear. Serial No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. TABLE Governor tripping Stopping distance in millimeter speed in meters per second Maximum Minimum 0.88 368 161 1.00 401 173 1.25 482 202 1.50 582 237 1.75 700 278 2.00 836 326 2.25 990 380 2.50 1162 441

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The rope attached to any safety gear actuating drum shall have not less than two turns of rope remaining on the drum after the safety jaws have gripped the guides and stopped the lift-car. No safety gear shall depend on the completion or maintenance of an electric circuit for its operation. All safety gears shall be applied mechanically. The griping surfaces of lift-car of counter-weight safety gears shall not be used to guide the lift-car or counter-weight but shall run free of the guides during normal operation of the lift. Note - A pawl or ratched shall not be held to constitute a sufficient safety gear for lifts traveling in a vertical or substantially vertical direction.

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Every lift having a travel exceeding 5.5 m shall be equipped with an over speed governor device which will operate to apply the safety gear in the event of the speed of the lift car in the descending direction exceeding a predetermined limit. The governor shall be placed where it is easily accessible and where it can not be struck by the lift-car in case of over travel and where there is sufficient space for the full movement of the governor parts. Governor ropes shall be not less than 8 mm in diameter and shall be of steel of phosphor bronze and of suitable construction. The arc of contact made by the governor rope and the governor sheave shall, in conjunction with the rope tension device, provide sufficient attractive effort to cause proper operation of the governor. Governor ropes shall run clear of the governor jaws during the normal operation of the lift. Governor jaws and their mountings shall be so designed that any cutting, tearing of deformation of the rope resulting from their application shall not prevent proper operation of the safety gear. The motor control circuit and the brake control circuit shall be opened before the governor trips. Governors for car safety gears shall be adjusted to actuate the safety gear at the following speed :i) For rated speed of 1 meter per second or less, governor tripping speed shall be 140 percent of the rated speed or 0.88 meter per second, whichever is higher. For the rated speed or above 1 meter per second, the maximum tripping speed shall be 115 percent of rated speed plus 0.25 meter per second. The minimum governor tripping speed shall be 115 percent of the rated speed. The proper tripping speed of the governor shall be stamped on the governor base or on a brass plate attached to the base.

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Slack Rope Switch All lifts, having winding drum machines, shall be equipped with an effective slack rope switch which will cut off the power and stop the machine if the lift-car is obstructed in its travel in the descending direction. Slack-rope switches shall be so constructed that they will not automatically reset when the slack in the ropes is removed. Live parts of the slack-rope switches shall be enclosed to prevent accidental contact. Machine rooms and overhead structure The lift machine controller and all other apparatus and equipment of a lift installation, excepting such apparatus and equipment as functions in the lift well or other position shall be placed in the machine room. The machine room shall be so designed as to allow free and easy access to all parts of the equipment and the width of clear around the machine shall in no case be less than 60 cm. Provision shall be made to allow the removal and replacement of various units. The machine room floor shall be designed and constructed to carry safety at any point the heaviest pad of the equipment and if the floor does not extend to the enclosing wall the open sides shall be adequately guarded by suitable means. The height of the machine room shall be sufficient to allow any portion of the equipment to be accessible and removable for repairs and replacement and shall not be less than 1.98 m clear from the floor or the platform of machine which ever is higher.
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The machine room shall be provided with easy and safe access which shall be permanent and direct from the top lift landing. The entrance door shall be of sufficient opening to allow for the removal and replacement of parts of the machinery therein. The machine room shall be soundly constructed and shall be weather proof. It shall be ventilated effectively to prevent undue rise in the temperature of the room. It shall be provided with sufficient artificial illumination and at least one plug socket point. The switch for the light shall be fixed near the entrance of the machine room. The machine room shall not be locked and shall be accessible only to those who are concerned with the operation and maintenance of the machinery or equipment. When the electrical pressure used is above 250 volts D.C. or 125 volts AC., a danger notice shall be displayed permanently on the outside of the door and near the machinery. The machine room shall not be used as a store room or for any purpose other than for housing the machinery connected with the lift installation. The machine room shall be provided with an insulated portable hand lamp with workshop flexible for examining the machinery. Overhead pulleys The place in which overhead pulleys, over speed governors and similar machinery are fixed shall have a clear height of at least 120 cm and shall be easily accessible for maintenance and repair purposes: It shall be lighted adequately and shall be provided with a substantial floor or staging spacious enough to enable maintenance and repairs to be carried out in safety. In cases where the floor or staging does not extend to the full area of the lift-well, a guard rail or its equivalent shall be provided:

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Machine Supports All machines, pulleys, over speed governors and similar unit shall be supported and held to prevent any unit from becoming loose or displaced. Supporting beams shall be of steel or reinforced concrete. The loads on over head beams and their supports shall be calculated as follows: i) ii) The total load on over head beams shall be assumed as equal to all equipment resting on the beam plus twice the maximum load suspended from the beams. The factor of safety for all overhead beams and supports based on the ultimate strength of the material and the load in accordance with paragraph (i) shall be not less than the following For steel =5 For reinforced concrete =7

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The deflection of the over head beams under the maximum static load calculated in accordance with sub-section (i) shall not exceed 1/1500 of the span. Wood shall not be used for structural frame work of any lift. Lift Machines No friction gearing and clutch mechanism shall be used for connecting the main gear to the hoisting drum or sheaves. No belt or chain driven machine shall be used to raise the lift-car. No worm gear having cast iron teeth shall be employed.
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Every lift machine shall be equipped with brakes which shall be mechanically applied when the operating device is in the off position or when power is cut off from any cause. If springs are used they shall be of substantial size and construction and shall work in compression only. Electric lift machines shall be provided with brakes released electrically. No brake shall be released in normal operation until power has been applied to the motor. Any emergency release device fitted to a brake shall not be capable of holding the brake in the off position during normal operation. No single earth fault, short circuit or counter E.M.F. shall prevent the brake from being applied during normal operation. Fire lifts in a building having more than 24 meters height, shall work at or above the speed of 1.0 meter/ sec so as to reach the top floor from ground level within one minute. Provided that this requirement may be relaxed by govt. in case of goods cum passenger lifts de signed to operate at contract load of 1500 kg and above. Sheaves and drums All sheaves and leading pulleys shall preferably be of disc construction. If spoke construction is used, the spokes shall be of sufficient cross-section and properly stiffened. The diameter or the drum of sheave and the diverter pulleys shall be in accordance with the terms of clause 17 of Indian Standard Specification No. 4666-1968. Where the driving sheave of drum is connected through worm gear, the worm gear shall be of nonreversible type. The strength of spur and worm gear shall be in accordance with Indian Standard Specifications 4460 and Indian Standard Specifications 3734 of 1966 respectively. Drums, sheaves and pulleys shall be of cast iron steel and shall have machined rope grooves and be provided with suitable flanges. The sheave, drum. Worm wheel or spur gear of any lift machine shall be fixed to its shaft or driving unit by one of the following methods i) ii) iii) Sunk keys in accordance with Indian standard Specifications No. 14665 (part3/Sec 1 & 2): 2000. Splines in accordance with B.S.S. 46, part 2 (current edition) Secured to a flange forming an integral pad of the shaft of driving unit by means of turned tight-fitting bolts.

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g) h) 22. a) b) 23. a)

No set screw fastenings shall be used in lieu of keys or other positive connections. The motor of each lift machine or the worm shaft shall be so between as to provided hand winding facilities and shall be suitably marked for the direction of up and down travel of the lift car. Shafts Any shaft carrying a sheave or pulleys and fitted between dead eyes or other housing shall be stepped i.e. reduced in diameter at or near the point of entry at each end. Anywhere stepped shall be turned to a reasonable radius at the point of reduction in diameter. Controllers Where gravity or spring-opened contactor having metal to metal contacts are employed to open a main circuit to stop a lift machine such circuit shall have at least two independent breaks.

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b) c) d) e) f) g) 24. a) b) c) d)

Each lift machine operated by a Polyphase A.C. motor shall be protected against phase reversal or phase failure. This shall not apply to A.C. Motors used in motor generator sets. The installation of condensers, the operation or failure of which will cause an unsafe condition, shall be prohibited. Provision of emergency stop switches for shod-circulating the landing lock circuit is prohibited. All control circuit shall be fused, or otherwise protected against faults or overload, independently of the main circuits. The voltage of any controller operating circuits shall not exceed low pressure as defined in the Indian Electricity Rules, 1956. Controllers, operated by hand ropes, levers or similar devices shall not be permitted. Operation and operating Device A manually operated main disconnecting switch shaft be installed in the main circuit cables of electric lift machines of motor-generator sets. This switch shall be placed close to and visible from the machine or motor- generator set t controls. With D.C. power supplies, the disconnecting switch and any circuit breaker shall be so arranged that the brake coil circuit is opened at the same time that the main circuit is opened. The interruption of the electrical circuit shall stop or shall prevent the movement of the car. No control shall depend upon the completion or maintenance of an electric circuit for i) ii) The interruption of the power supply to the motor and the application of the brake to stop the lift car at terminal landings or to stop the lift-car when the emergency stop switch is operated; The operation of the safety gear; Provided that this requirement does not apply to dynamic breaking or to speed control devices.

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Control circuit shall be so arranged that an earth fault or open circuit shall not create an unsafe conditions. Automatic (push button operated) lifts shall conform to the following requirements :i) ii) iii) iv) deleted Automatic lifts which travel at a speed over 0.75 m/sec shall automatically slow down to a speed of 0.75 m/sec when making a stop at any landing. In the case of an automatic lift, no operation of a spring nor the completion of another electric circuit shall be depended upon to break the circuit to stop the lift at terminal landings. the landings push buttons shall be inoperative during the whole time a occupied lift- car is in use. The landings push buttons shall remain inoperative until the person or persons using the lift have vacated the lift-car and the landing gate or door has been again closed, except that in cases where a preselector circuit is used, the push but tons may be utilised for this purpose, provided they do not in any way interfere with the direction of the lift-car. if movable floor construction is used in the lift-car the entire floor within the car enclo sure shall be movable and shall be operated when a weight of 14 kg is placed upon it at any point. No hand rail or seat shall be fitted in the lift car with movable floor construction.

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Every automatically controlled lift-car and every lift car having a lift-car levelling device shall be provided with emergency stopping device operated by a push button switch in the car and it shall be clearly marked in red.
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An emergency stop switch, of manually opened and closed type, shall be provided on the top of every lift-car and in the lift pit and shall be marked conspicuously. Drum drive machine shall not be used for speeds exceeding 0.5 m/sec. All lifts travelling at a speed of 1 m/sec and over shall be provided with an approved floor levelling device. Signal bells or similar apparatus, which can be operated from any floor in conjunction with an indicator in the lift-car, shall be provided on all lifts operated by lift operators. When more than one operating device is used in a lift-car, the operating devices shall be so interlocked that only one device is effective at a time. The operation of the fire lift in building having more than 24 meters height, shall be a simple toggle or two button switch situated in a glass fronted box adjacent to the lift at entrance level on ground floor. When the switch in ON the landing call points shall become inoperative and car shall report to the ground floor and the same shall remain on car control only. When the switch is OFF the lift shall return to normal working. Electric wiring All wiring in connection with the lift installation shall be installed in accordance with the rules and regulations made under the Indian Electricity Act, 1910, and the rules and regulations of the Bombay Fire Insurance Association, and metallic covering shall be used to protect all cables wherever possible. All trailing cables shall be of flexible construction and shall comply with the specifications laid down in the regulations of the Bombay Fire Insurance Association and provisions of Indian Electricity Rules 1956. Circuits which supply current to the motor shall not be included in any twin or multicore trailing cable used in connection with the control and safety devices. A trailing cable which incorporates conductors for the control circuit shall be separate and distinct from that which incorporates conductors for lighting and signaling circuits. The electric supply for the lifts shall be on separate circuit from the main switch rooms and shall be taken through armoured cable separately through respective lift shafts. The route of the armoured cable shall be safe from fire. Terminals limit switches Every electric lift shall be provided with upper and lower terminal limit switches arranged to stop the car automatically within the top and bottom over-travels from any speed attained in normal operation. Such limit switches are to act independently of the operating device, the ultimate or final limit switches and the buffers. Terminal stopping limit switches may be fitted to the lift-car, in the lift-well, or in the ma chine room, and such switches shall be brought into operation by the movement of the lift-car. The contacts of all terminal limit switches shall be opened positively and mechanically by the movement of the lift-car. When terminal switches are situated in the machine room, they shall be mounted on and operated by stopping device mechanically connected to an drive by the lift-car without dependence upon friction as a driving means. An automatic safety switch shall be provided which will stop the machine, should the tape, chain, rope or other similar device, mechanically connecting the stopping device to the car fail. Provided that when the floor controlling or selector of an automatically operated lift is driven in accordance with this requirement, the floor stopping contacts for each terminal floor may serve as normal terminal floor stopping devices.

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Electric lifts shall, in all cases, be provided with ultimate or final limit switches arranged to stop the lift-car automatically within the top and bottom clearances independently of the normal operating device and the terminal limit switches but with the buffers operative. The switches and the oil buffer shall be so arranged that the opening of the switch and the engagement of the buffer shall be as nearly simultaneous as is possible. When spring buffers are employed, the switch shall open before the buffers are engaged. Ultimate or final limit switches shall act to prevent movement of the lift-car under power in both directions of travel and shall, after operating remain open until the liftcar has been moved by hand winding to a position within the limits of normal travel. Ultimate or final switches shall be operated by the movement of the lift-car in the liftwell; they shall not be mounted on the lift-car. Every lift having drum machine shall have two final limit switches, one being operated by the machine and the other by the movement of the lift-car. Ultimate or final limit switches shall not control the same relay switches on the controller as the terminal limit switches unless two or more separate and independent relay switches on the controller are provided, two of which shall be closed to complete the motor and brake circuit in each direction of travel. When the ultimate or final limit switches control the same relay switch or switches on the controller as the operating device, or the terminal limit switches they shall be connected in the control circuit on opposite sides to the terminal limit switches. Ultimate limit switches designed to open the main circuit of the motor may control the same switch or switches on the controller as the terminal limit switches but when such ultimate limit switches are employed on direct current power supplies, they shall be provided with additional contacts to control the brake circuit. The contacts of all final or ultimate limit switches shall be opened positively and mechanically by the movement of the lift-car. The cam or cams for operating the limit switches shall be of metal. The terminal and the ultimate or final limit switches shall be held in open position when the lift-car is in contact with the overhead structure or resting on the fully compressed buffers. Tests A contract load test of each new lift shall be made by the Engineer, who is entrusted with the work of installing the lift, in the presence of the Inspector of Lifts, before such lift is put into service for normal and regular operations. This test shall be made to determine whether the machinery and safety gear will operate satisfactorily within the specified limits with full load in the lift-car. The brakes, limit switches, buffers, safety gear or gears and speed governor if fitted, shall be made to function during the test, and the electrical wiring and connections shall be tested for earthing insulation resistance and general soundness. In the case of traction drive lifts, it shall be ascertained by a trial descent with 1-1/2 times the full load whether the friction between the ropes and the sheave is sufficient. The runway test shall be made with all electrical apparatus operative, except for the overspeed contact or cut-out on the governor. For lifts operating directly from alternating current the governor shall be tripped by hand at the maximum speed obtainable. At each subsequent inspection the safety gear shall be tested with the lift-car stationary and the lift-car shall be lowered to ensure that the safety gear functions correctly. The insulation of the electrical parts of all operating and similar devices shall be tested to withstand an alternating test-voltage equal to 10 times the working voltage for one minute, with a maximum of 2,000 volts applied between contacts or similar parts, in the open position and between such contacts and earthed parts. Notices
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In case of automatic lifts the following notices shall be placed in conspicuous position in the lift car and no other notices shall be fixed in the lift car. i) ii) iii) iv) v) The lift shall not be used by more than ___persons On entering or leaving the lift car, close properly the landing gate and the car gate. Do not open the lift car when the lift car is moving. The gate should only be opened after the lift car has stopped opposite a landing gate. In case of danger, press the alarm button but leave the lift car gate closed. Wait inside until the lift car is bought opposite a landing, and do not attempt to leave the lift car until the landing gate is opened fully. Children under 12 years of age shall not use the lift unless accompanied by the adult.

Note :- The Bombay Lift Rules have only been reproduced which may have errors & omissions The Bombay Lift Rules ,with all amendments shall be applicable. It shall be responsibility of the contractor to follow the correct Bombay Lift Rules.

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Item: 1 Nurse Hostel (Gearless)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 02 Name Of Project : Lift No. :1&2 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger lift(Gearless) Site Address: Capacity : 13Pxs/900 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75 Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective Duplex Control with Micro Processor /PLC Technology BUILDING DATA GF+1+2+3+4+5+6+7 Floor Designation 8 Stops/8 Landings. Stops/Landings 21.60 Meter Travel In Meters 2240 mm Width x 2040 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4800 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth Pit Directly above shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 1650 mm W x 1350mm D x 2400ht Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling Car Interior Design with LED lighting, Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Car operating panel Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Car Door Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel 2 panel centre opening Auto Doors with vision panels .Clear Opening: 900 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Car door protection Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Flooring Granite stoneColor and makes as Approved by Client. Lighting LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Ventilation Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car Handrail SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift car. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. Emergency Light & Alarm As per Standards. Automatic Rescue System As per Standard. Landing Door Stainless Steel Centre opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 900 mm Wide x 2200mm Height. Power Requirement 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply.

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 2 Clinical Block(Machine room less,Gear less)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 02 Name Of Project : Lift No. :1&2 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger Lift(Gear less MRL) Site Address: Capacity : 20 Pxs/1360 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75 Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective simplex Control with Micro Processor/PLC Technology BUILDING DATA LB+UB+GF Floor Designation 3Stops/3 Landings. Stops/Landings 10.500 Meter Travel In Meters 2400mm Width x 3100mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4300 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth of Pit MACHINE ROOM LESS Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 1300 mm W x 2400 mm D x 2400ht Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. Car Interior Design It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling with LED lighting, 2 nos of Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite Car operating panel Car Door Car door protection Flooring Lighting Ventilation Handrail Emergency Light & Alarm Automatic Rescue System Landing Door Power Requirement Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel Telescopic side opening Auto Doors Clear Opening: 1200 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite stoneColor and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel 2 panel telescopic,side opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1200 mm Wide x 2200mm Height. 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply.

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 3 Clinical block (Gear less)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 04 Name Of Project : Lift No. : 4 to 7 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger Lift(Gearless) Site Address: Capacity : 26Pxs/1768 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75 Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective Group supervisoryControl with Micro Processor /PLC Technology BUILDING DATA UB+G+1+2+3+4+5 Floor Designation 7Stops/7 Landings. Stops/Landings 28.200 Meter Travel In Meters 2400 mm Width x 3100 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4800 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth Pit Directly Above Shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION Area Dimensions Car Interior Design AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR 1600 mm W x 2400 mm Dx 2400ht Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling with LED lighting, 2 nos of Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel Telescopic side opening Auto Doors Clear Opening: 1200 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite stoneColor and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel 2 panel telescopic,side opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1200 mm Wide x 2200mm Height.

Car operating panel Car Door Car door protection Flooring Lighting Ventilation Handrail Emergency Light & Alarm Automatic Rescue System Landing Door Power Requirement

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 4 Clinical block (Gear less)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 01 Name Of Project : Lift No. :3 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger Lift(Gearless) Site Address: Capacity : 26Pxs/1768 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75 Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective simplex Control with Micro Processor /PLC Technology BUILDING DATA UB+G+1+2+3+4+5 Floor Designation 7Stops/7 Landings. Stops/Landings 28.200 Meter Travel In Meters 2400 mm Width x 3100 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4800 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth Pit Directly Above Shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 1600 mm W x 2400 mm Dx 2400ht Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. Car Interior Design It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling with LED lighting, 2 nos of Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Car operating panel Car Door Car door protection Flooring Lighting Ventilation Handrail Emergency Light & Alarm Automatic Rescue System Landing Door Power Requirement 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply. Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel Telescopic side opening Auto Doors Clear Opening: 1200 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite StoneColor and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel 2 panel telescopic,side opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1200 mm Wide x 2200mm Height.

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 5 Clinical block (Gear less)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 04 Name Of Project : Lift No. : 9 to 12 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger Lift(Gearless) Site Address: Capacity : 26Pxs/1768 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective Duplex Control with Micro Processor/PLC Technology BUILDING DATA LB+UB+G+1+2+3+4+5 Floor Designation 8Stops/8 Landings. Stops/Landings 33.00 Meter Travel In Meters 2400 mm Width x 3100 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4800 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth Pit Directly Above Shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 1600 mm W x 2400 mm D x 2400ht Car Interior Design Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling with LED lighting, 2 nos of Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel Telescopic side opening Auto Doors Clear Opening: 1200 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite stoneColor and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel 2 panel telescopic,side opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1200 mm Wide x 2200mm Height. 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply.

Car operating panel Car Door Car door protection Flooring Lighting Ventilation Handrail Emergency Light & Alarm Automatic Rescue System Landing Door Power Requirement

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 6 Clinical Block(Machine room less Gear less)
MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 01 Name Of Project : Lift No. :8 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger Lift(MRL-Gearless) Site Address: Capacity : 20Pxs/1360 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75 Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective Simplex Control with Micro Processor /PLC Technology BUILDING DATA LB+UB+GF+1+2+3+4+5+6 Floor Designation 9 Stops/9 Landings. Stops/Landings 37.500 Meter Travel In Meters 2400 mm Width x 3100mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4300 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth Pit Directly above shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 1600 mm W x 2400 mm D x 2400ht Car Interior Design Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling with LED lighting, 2 nos of Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel Telescopic side opening Auto Doors Clear Opening: 1200 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite stoneColor and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel 2 panel telescopic,side opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1200 mm Wide x 2200mm Height. 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply.

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 7 Clinical Block (Gearless)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 01 Name Of Project : Lift No. : 13 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passanger Site Address: Capacity : 16Pxs/1088 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75 Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective simplex Control with Micro Processor /PLC Technology BUILDING DATA UB+GF+1+2+3+4+5 Floor Designation 7 Stops/7 Landings. Stops/Landings 28.200 Meter Travel In Meters 2300 mm Width x 2200 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4800 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth Pit Directly above shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 1800mm W x 1450mm D x 2400ht Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling Car Interior Design with LED lighting, Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Car operating panel Car Door Car door protection Flooring Lightening Ventilation Handrail Emergency Light & Alarm Automatic Rescue System Landing Door Power Requirement 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply. Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel Telescopic side opening Auto Doors Clear Opening: 1200 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite stoneColor and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel 2 panel telescopic,side opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1200 mm Wide x 2200mm Height.

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 8 Clinical Block (Gearless)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 01 Name Of Project : Lift No. : 14 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger Site Address: Capacity : 20Pxs/1088 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75 Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective simplex Control with Micro Processor/PLC Technology BUILDING DATA UB+GF+1+2+3+4+5 Floor Designation 7 Stops/7 Landings. Stops/Landings 28.200 Meter Travel In Meters 2400 mm Width x 3100 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4800 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth Pit Directly above shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 1300 mm W x 2400mm D x 2400ht Car Interior Design Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling with LED lighting, 2 nos of Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite Tiles. Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel Telescopic side opening Auto Doors Clear Opening: 1200 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite stone Color and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel 2 panel telescopic,side opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1200 mm Wide x 2200mm Height. 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply.

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 9 Academic Block (Gearless)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 02 Name Of project: Lift No. : 15 &16 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger lift Site Address: Capacity : 20Pxs/1360 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75 Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective Duplex Control with Micro Processor/PLC Technology BUILDING DATA LB+UB+GF+1+2+3+4+5 Floor Designation 8 Stops/8 Landings. Stops/Landings 33.0 Meter Travel In Meters 2500 mm Width x 2400 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4800 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth of Pit Directly above shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 2000 mm W x 1500 mm Dx 2400ht Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling Car Interior Design with LED lighting, Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Car operating panel Car Door Car door protection Flooring Lightening Ventilation Handrail Emergency Light & Alarm Automatic Rescue System Landing Door Power Requirement 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply. Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel 2 panel Centre opening Auto Doors with vision panels .Clear Opening: 1000 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite stone Color and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel Centre opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1000 mm Wide x 2200mm Height.

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 10 Academic Block (Gearless)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 01 Name Of Client : Lift No. : 17 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger lift Site Address: Capacity : 20Pxs/1360 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75 Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective Simplex Control with Micro Processor Technology BUILDING DATA LB+UB+GF+1+2+3+4+5 Floor Designation 8 Stops/8 Landings. Stops/Landings 33.00 Meter Travel In Meters 2500 mm Width x 2400 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4800 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth of Pit Directly above shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 2000 mm W x 1500 mm Dx 2400ht Car Interior Design Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling with LED lighting, Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel 2 panel Centre opening Auto Doors with vision panels .Clear Opening: 1000 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite stoneColor and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel Centre opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1000 mm Wide x 2200mm Height. 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply.

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 11 Interns Block(Gear less)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 02 Name Of project : Lift No. :1&2 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger Lift Site Address: Capacity : 13Pxs/884 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75 Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective Duplex Control with Micro Processor /PLC Technology BUILDING DATA GF+1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8 Floor Designation 9 Stops/9 Landings. Stops/Landings 24.60 Met Travel In Meters 2240 mm Width x 2040 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4800 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth of Pit Directly above shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 1650 mm W x 1350mm D x 2400ht Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling Car Interior Design with LED lighting, Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Car operating panel Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Car Door Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel 2 panel centre opening Auto Doors with vision panels .Clear Opening: 900 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Car door protection Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Flooring Granite stoneColor and makes as Approved by Client. Lighting LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Ventilation Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car Handrail SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift car. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. Emergency Light & Alarm As per Standards. Automatic Rescue System As per Standard. Landing Door Stainless Steel Centre opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 900 mm Wide x 2200mm Height. Power Requirement 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply.

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 12 Vivarium block (Gear less)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 02 Name Of Project : Lift No. : 18,19 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger Lift(Gearless) Site Address: Capacity : 26Pxs/1768 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective Duplex Control with Micro Processor/PLC Technology BUILDING DATA LB+UB+G+1+2+3 Floor Designation 6 Stops/6 Landings. Stops/Landings 24 Meter Travel In Meters 2400 mm Width x 3100 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 4800 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth Pit Directly Above Shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 1600 mm W x 2400 mm D x 2400ht Car Interior Design Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling with LED lighting, Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel Telescopic side opening Auto Doors Clear Opening: 1200 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite stone Color and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel 2 panel telescopic,side opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1200 mm Wide x 2200mm Height. 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply.

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Item: 13 Vivarium block (Gear less)


MAIN SPECIFICATION Nos. Of Lifts : 01 Name Of Project : Lift No. : 20 Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences. Type Of Lift : Passenger Lift(Gearless) Site Address: Capacity : 26Pxs/1768 Kgs. At Vasant Kunj , New Delhi Speed : 1.75Met/Sec Drive : (V.V.V.F) Variable Voltage Variable Frequency with 30% - 50% power saving Control : Full Collective simplex Control with Micro Processor/PLC Technology BUILDING DATA LB+UB+G+1+2+3 Floor Designation 6 Stops/6 Landings. Stops/Landings 24 Meter Travel In Meters 2400 mm Width x 3100 mm Depth. Shaft Dimensions 5000 mm (Required) OHRH 2150 mm.(Required) Depth Pit Directly Above Shaft Machine Room Position FEATURES Signals Hall Buttons with Direction Arrows At All Floors. 1 L.C.D. digital Hall Position Indicators at all floors. 2 Hall lantern & gong bell at all floors. 3 Car Operating Panel with Braille Luminous Buttons and Attendant Key. 4 L.C.D. digital Car Position Indicator in car. 5 Battery Operated Alarm Bell And Emergency Light. 6 Overload warning indicator in car. 7 Electronically controlled card access system in car operating panel. 8 Floor announcement & music in car. 9 Infrared door detection system. 10 Intercom unit in Car, at Ground floor and in Machine Room. 11 In built voltage stabilizer for controller. Automatic rescue device to bring the elevator to landing at nearest floor both in Power & Controller 12 failure. 13 1 Hr. fire rated door of shaft & 1 hour fire rated door of cabin. 14 Fireman's switch at main lobby. FIXTURES Stainless Steel Fixtures (IN CAR & AT ALL LANDINGS) CAR DOOR OPERATION AUTOMATIC WITH INFRARED DOOR DETECTOR Area Dimensions 1600 mm W x 2400 mm D x 2400ht Car Interior Design Stainless Steel Car With etched gold mirror Finish panels. It Will Be Provided With Stainless steel mirror finish decorative False Ceiling with LED lighting, Duct Fan, Stainless Steel Car Operating Panel, Flooring With Granite. Full height Stainless Steel Panel with Braille luminous buttons & access control card system Fully Automatic. Stainless Steel Telescopic side opening Auto Doors Clear Opening: 1200 mm W x 2200 mm Height. Multiple Beam full height Infra red detector. Granite stoneColor and makes as Approved by Client. LED lighting with decorative design in false ceiling Duct fans in suitable nos to provide sufficient air circulation in lift car SS /Bed Guard on three side of lift guard. Provide 50 mm Dia. 35 mm Clear of the wall at height of 1000 mm from bottom side. As per Standards. As per Standard. Stainless Steel 2 panel telescopic,side opening Auto Doors With Vision panels. Clear Opening: 1200 mm Wide x 2200mm Height. 415 V +5% -10%, 3 Phase, 50 Hz, +/- 3% AC Supply 230 V, Single Phase AC Supply.

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Appendix IX LIST OF APPROVED MAKES FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Contractor shall use the material of approved make as indicated below unless specified otherwise in BOQ or as approved by the Employers representative. The Contractor shall ensure the correct selection of the approved make meeting the specifications and application duties. Before placing order for procurement, the sample of approved make shall be got verified for its suitability to the specification and application duty. However, Employers representative/engineer reserve the right to opt for best preferred listed make. ________________________________________________________________________ Item Make ________________________________________________________________________ Control / Potential Transformer Protective relays Selector switches Push Buttons, Indicating lamps LED Rubber Mats Pressure/Temperature gauges Automatic Battery Charger MV/LV Panels, Gillbert & Maxwell , Precise, AE Alstom, ABB, L&T, Siemens, Merlin Gerin,BCH L&T,SALZER,KAYCEE,SIEMENS,BCH L & T (Esbee), Siemens, Schneider,BCH Veshno,Teknik,RAAS Jyoti Fiebig, Guru Max Power, Cossel, Statcon, Voltstat, Amar Raja, HBL Knife Siemens, L&T, ABB, GE, Schneider, Tricolite Electrical Industries, Adlec Systems Pvt. Ltd., Advance, Control & Swicthgear, ECS,ASPL, Neptune, HEI Engg., Anand Power L & T U power, Siemens 3WL, ABB, Schneider (MG Master Pact),GE npact mpro L&T-D Line, GE, Siemens, ABB, Schneider (MG-NS), MDS-Legrand ABB, Schneider, L&T, Siemens MDS Legrand, L&T Hager, Siemens, ABB, GE

ACB

Mould Case Circuit Breakers (Compact design) Power/auxiliary Contactors, timers, Relays, starters Timers in Distribution Boards

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Battery (Maintenance free VRLA Battery) Battery Charger Sandwitch Rising main Sand witch Bus duct Capacitors APFC Relays MCB Distribution Boards Miniature Circuit Breakers Residual current earth leakage circuit breakers 1100 V LT FRLS XLPE cables 1100 V KV COPPER control cables Compression glands and lugs for 1100 volt grade cables Copper/Aluminium [Crimping type] Cable lugs for 1100 volt grade cables Cable Joint (Heat Shrinkable) HT Cable Termination Cable Trays Galvanised Raceways and raceway accessories. Light fittings Lamps GI conduit pipes ISI marked Steel conduit accessories
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HBL Nife, Exide, Standard, Amar Raja,Furakawa HBL Nife, Voltstat, Amar Raja, AE, Caldyne,BCH Siemens,Schneider,Godrej Henikwon,EAE Siemens, Schneider, Godrej Henikwon ,Moeller,EAE L&T Mehar, Siemens, Epcos, ABB Ducati(imported),Asian,khatau, Jankar L&T, ABB, Siemens, Epcos,Enercon,Ducati (Imported) L&T Hager, MDS-Lexic, Siemens, ABB, GE, Schneider,Indo Asian,Havells L&T Hager, MDS-Lexic, Siemens, GE, Merlin-Gerin,ABB C 60C(France) L&T Hager, MDS-Legrand, Siemens, GE , Merlin-Gerin RPG, Polycab, NICCO, Universal , Gloster,CCI,Finolex Finolex, Polycab, Universal,Lapp Kabel Peeco, Comet, Dowells,Seimens Dowells Raychem Steelways, Bharti, Unitech Steelways, Bharti, Schneider Philips, Wipro, Bajaj, GE Crompton Greaves,Kesalac Schreder Philips, Osram, GE BEC, AKG, Steelkraft Conforming to ISI as per approved NICCO,

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(Confirming to ISI as approved sample) Copper conductor FRLS PVC insulated wires ISI marked Modular Switches & Socket Outlets

Sharma sales corporation, Super sales corporation National, Ecko, Skyline, Finolex, Havells, Q-Flex, L&T ,Lapp Kabel Crabtree, MK, LK Fuga range (Schneider), CPL obsession, ESS ESS KAY, MDS-LEGRAND, Anchor (Woods), ABB, North-West,Gewiss L&T Hager,Siemens, Merlin Gerin APC, Tata Liebert, Siemens Merlin Gerin (Numeric), PCI Pillar Hilti , Fisher, Hitech Support Advani(Oerlikon), L&T Philips,Helvar,Wipro,Osram L&T,AE,MECO Enercon,AE,SecureMeco,Allan Bradley,L&T,Motwane, Ducati (Imported) L&T,GE,Siemens,Control & Switchgear, ABB, Merlin Gerin , Crompton Greaves MerlinGerin, Siemens, ABB

Metal clad Socket Outlets with boxes UPS System Anchor Fastener Welding rods Electronic Ballasts Instruments(Analogue) Digital Energy Meters

Switch Fuse Units with HRC fuses Change over switches/Isolators

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APPENDIX A LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS The abbreviations used in this Specification are as follows: AC ASTM BCC BIS BS CPWD DC DDC DFT DLP E&M EMC EMI EMU EN g GCC GS IEC IEEE IMP IS ITB LCD LED LT
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Alternating Current American Society for Testing and Materials Back-up Control Centre Bureau of Indian Standards British Standards Central Public Works Department Direct Current Detail Design Consultants Dry Film Thickness Defects Liability Period Electrical and Mechanical Electro Magnetic Compatibility Electro Magnetic Interference Electrical Multiple Unit European Standard Gravitational acceleration General Conditions of Contract General Specification International Electro Technical Commission Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Interface Management Plan Indian Standards Interface Terminal Board Liquid Crystal Display Light Emitting Diode Low tension
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m mm MCB MCCB MMS MRT N NFPA N/m2 N/C N/O OCC PS RAM SCC UPS VVVF

metre millimetre Miniature Circuit Breaker Moulded Case Circuit Breaker Maintenance Management System Mass Rapid Transit Newton National Fire Protection Association, USA Newton per square metre Contactor or relay with normally close contacts Contactor or relay with normally open contacts Operations Control Centre Particular Specification Reliability, Availability and Maintainability Special Conditions of Contract Un-interruptible Power Supply Variable Voltage Variable Frequency

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