Bradley 102113.15 Metal Toilet Compartments Stainless Steel Mills Partitions

PART 1 - Bradley Mills Stainless Steel Toilet Partitions

PART 2 - Bradley Mills Stainless Steel Partitions provide a low maintenance, and durable solution for toilet rooms. Bradley's Permaseal™ panel edge design locks moisture out of the panel cores, preventing rust forming from the inside out, and backed by a 15-year rust-out material warranty. Bradley's Stainless Steel Partitions are available in overhead braced, floor braced, ceiling hung, and floor to ceiling configurations, along with urinal and entrance screens with several mounting options.

PART 3 - Architects, engineers, and specifiers look to Bradley Corporation for innovation in design and leadership in the development of environmentally conscious products.  Bradley Corporation, a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, the Wisconsin Green Building Alliance, has several products earning certification by GREENGUARDSM Environmental Institute, and GREENGUARD Children and Schools program.

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PART 5 - Bradley is the industry leader in the manufacture of premium quality commercial plumbing fixtures, valves, and washroom accessories that appear in the following CSI MasterFormat 2004™ Sections:

PART 6 - Section 10 21 13.13 – Steel Toilet Compartments

PART 7 - Section 10 21 13.15 – Stainless Steel Toilet Compartments

PART 8 - Section 10 21 13.16 – Plastic Laminate Toilet Compartments

PART 9 - Section 10 21 13.17 – Phenolic-Core Toilet Compartments

PART 10 - Section 10 21 13.19 – Plastic Toilet Compartments

PART 11 - Section 10 21 13.40 – Stone and Stainless Steel Toilet Compartments

PART 12 - Section 10 28 13.13 – Commercial Toilet Accessories

PART 13 - Section 10 28 13.15 – Warm Air Dryers (Aerix® Hand and Hair Dryers)

PART 14 - Section 10 28 13.63 – Detention Toilet Accessories

PART 15 - Section 10 51 26 – Plastic Lockers (Lenox Plastic Lockers)

PART 16 - Section 22 11 19 – Domestic Water Piping Specialties (Thermostatic mixing valves)

PART 17 - Section 22 42 16.01 – Commercial Lavatories and Faucets (Single and multi-station lavatory systems)

PART 18 - Section 22 42 16.02 – Commercial Lavatories and Faucets (Bradley Advocate™ Lavatory System)

PART 19 - Section 22 42 16.03 – Commercial Lavatories and Faucets (Bradley Verge™ Lavatory System)

PART 20 - Section 22 42 16.04 – Commercial Lavatory Decks and Faucets (Bradley Omni Decks)

PART 21 - Section 22 42 16.11 – Commercial Sinks and Faucets

PART 22 - Section 22 42 23 – Commercial Showers and Shower Valves

PART 23 - Section 22 42 33 – Wash Fountains

PART 24 - Section 22 43 00 – Healthcare Plumbing Fixtures (Patient care lavatory units)

PART 25 - Section 22 45 00 – Emergency Plumbing Fixtures (Emergency Eyewash Fixtures and Drench Showers)

PART 26 - Section 22 46 00 – Security Plumbing Fixtures

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PART 29 - Lenox® and Aerix® are registered trademarks of Bradley Corporation.

PART 30 - Advocate™, Evero™ and Verge™ are trademarks of Bradley Corporation.

PART 31 - GREENGUARD Certification ProgramSM is a service mark of GREENGUARD Environmental Institute.

 

31.1       SECTION 10 21 13.15
STAINLESS STEEL TOILET COMPARTMENTS

PART 32 - GENERAL

32.1           SUMMARY

A.         Section Includes:

1.         Stainless steel toilet compartment partitions[ floor mounted, overhead braced] for following applications:

a.         Toilet enclosures.

b.         Privacy screens.

c.          Urinal screens.

PART 33 - Specifier:  Related Requirements paragraph and subparagraphs are included here for information, but are frequently deleted from project specifications.  If retaining, edit subparagraphs as required to coordinate with construction documents and components specified.

A.         Related Requirements:

1.         Division 03 Section "Cast in Place Concrete" for compartment anchorage to concrete substrates.

2.         Division 04 Section "Unit Masonry" for compartment anchorage to masonry substrates.

3.         Division 05 Section "Metal Fabrications" for miscellaneous structural and support metal components required to secure compartments.

4.         Division 06 Section "Rough Carpentry" for compartment anchorage to frame walls.

PART 34 - Specifier:  References Article is included here for information, but is frequently deleted from project specifications.  If retaining, edit subparagraphs as required to coordinate with construction documents and components specified.

34.1           REFERENCES

A.         ASTM International (ASTM):

1.         ASTM A 240 - Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications.

2.         ASTM A 666 - Standard Specification for Annealed or Cold-Worked Austenitic Stainless Steel Sheet, Strip, Plate, and Flat Bar.

3.         ASTM A 743/A 743M - Standard Specification for Castings, Iron-Chromium, Iron-Chromium-Nickel, Corrosion Resistant, for General Application.

4.         ASTM B 86 - Standard Specification for Zinc and Zinc-Aluminum (ZA) Alloy Foundry and Die Castings.

5.         ASTM E 84 - Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.

6.         ASTM B 221/B 221M - Standard Specification for Zinc and Zinc-Aluminum (ZA) Alloy Foundry and Die Castings.

B.         International Code Council (ICC)/American National Standards Institute (ANSI):

1.         ICC/ANSI A117.1 - Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities, as applicable to toilet compartments designated as accessible.

C.         United States Department of Justice:

1.         ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act, Excerpt from 28 CFR Part 36 - ADA Standards for Accessible Design.

PART 35 - GREENGUARD Environment Institute is an ANSI Authorized Standards Developer that oversees the GREENGUARD certification program.  GEI establishes acceptable indoor air standards for indoor products, environments, and buildings.

A.         GREENGUARD Environmental Institute (GREENGUARD):

1.         GREENGUARD certified low emitting products.

35.2           ACTION SUBMITTALS

A.         Product Data:  Manufacturer's data sheets for each type of product indicated.  Include fabrication details, description of materials and finishes.

1.         Product Test Reports:  When requested by Architect, submit documentation by qualified independent testing agency indicating compliance of products with requirements.

B.         Shop Drawings:  Include overall product dimensions, floor plan, elevations, sections, details, and attachments to other work.  Include choice of options with details.

PART 36 - Specifier:  Delete Samples for Selection paragraph if Architect has already made product and finish selections.

A.         Samples for Selection:  Furnish samples of manufacturer's full range of finishes for initial selection.

B.         Samples for Verification:  Furnish physical sample of material in selected finish.

1.         Size:  2 by 2 inch (52 by 52 mm) minimum, in type of finish specified.

C.         LEED Submittals:

PART 37 - Specifier:  Retain below if selecting products with recycled content, applicable to LEED-NC, LEED-CS, LEED-CI, and LEED for Schools.

1.         Product Data for Credit MR 4:  For products having recycled content, documentation indicating percentages by weight of postconsumer and preconsumer recycled content.  Include breakout costs for each product with recycled content.

37.2           INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS

A.         Warranty:  Sample of special warranty.

37.3           CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS

A.         Maintenance and cleaning instructions.

37.4           QUALITY ASSURANCE

A.         Manufacturer Qualifications:  Approved manufacturer listed in this section, with minimum [5] years experience in the manufacture of toilet compartments.

PART 38 - Specifier:  Retain paragraph above or below based on project requirements.  Retain paragraph below when owner will allow substitution requests.

A.         Manufacturer Qualifications:  Approved manufacturer listed in this section, with minimum [5] years experience in the manufacture of toilet compartments. Manufacturers seeking approval must submit the following in accordance with Instructions to Bidders and Division 01 requirements:

1.         Product data, including test data from qualified independent testing agency indicating compliance with requirements.

2.         Samples of each component of product specified.

3.         List of successful installations of similar products available for evaluation by Architect.

B.         Installers Qualifications:  Experienced Installer regularly engaged in installation of toilet compartments for minimum 3 years.

C.         Source Limitations:  Obtain toilet compartment components and accessories from single manufacturer.

PART 39 - Specifier: Bradley offers handicapped-accessible toilet compartments conforming to requirements of ICC/ANSI A117.1.  Show accessible unit locations and details on Drawings.

A.         Accessibility Requirements: Comply with requirements of ICC/ANSI 117.1, and with requirements of authorities having jurisdiction.

B.         Surface-Burning Characteristics:  As determined by testing identical products according to ASTM E 84 by qualified testing agency.  Identify products with appropriate markings of applicable testing agency.

1.         Flame-Spread Index:  0.

2.         Smoke-Developed Index:  0.

PART 40 - Specifier:  Bradley's Mills Stainless Steel Toilet Compartments exceed LEED for Schools IEQ requirements as certified by GREENGUARD.

A.         Indoor Environmental Quality Certification:  Provide certificate indicated that products have been certified under the following programs, or a comparable certification acceptable to Owner:

1.         GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified.

2.         GREENGUARD Certified for Children and Schools.

40.2           DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

A.         Do not deliver toilet compartments to site until building is enclosed and HVAC systems are in operation.

1.         Deliver toilet compartments in manufacturer's original packaging.

2.         Store in an upright condition.

40.3           WARRANTY

A.         Special Manufacturer’s Warranty:  Provide manufacturer's standard form in which manufacturer agrees to repair or replace products that fail in materials or workmanship during the following period after substantial completion:

1.         Stainless Toilet Partitions:  Against rust-out:  15 years.

PART 41 - Specifier:  Select hardware warranty from following two paragraphs for hardware materials consistent with those selected.

1.         Chrome Hardware:  5 years.

2.         Stainless Steel Hardware:  Lifetime.

PART 42 - PRODUCTS

42.1           MANUFACTURERS

A.         Basis-of-Design Manufacturer:  Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products of The Mills Company, Marion, OH 43302.

1.         Contact Information:  (800)272-3539, fax (262)251-5817; Email info@BradleyCorp.com; Website www.bradleycorp.com.

42.2           MATERIALS

PART 43 - Specifier:  Select stainless steel finish from following two paragraphs.  No. 4 satin brushed is the most common stainless steel finish for smooth partition surfaces. 

A.         Stainless Steel Sheet:  A 666, 300 series commercial stainless steel sheet suitable for exposed applications.  Provide smooth material, without creases or ripples.

1.         Provide with No. [#4] [5WL] [leather grain] finish.

B.         Stainless Steel Castings:  ASTM A 743/A 743M.

C.         Zinc Aluminum Magnesium and Copper Alloy (Zamac):  ASTM B 86.

D.         Aluminum: ASTM B 221/B 221M.

43.2           STAINLESS STEEL TOILET COMPARTMENTS

PART 44 - Specifier:  Select among following 4 paragraphs and subparagraphs to coordinate partition mounting style with Drawings.  Be sure to verify the structural supports required for ceiling hung units.

A.         Toilet Compartment Type:

1.         Overhead braced.

a.         Basis of Design Product:  Bradley, Mills Partitions, Sentinel, Series 400.

2.         Floor anchored.

a.         Basis of Design Product:  Bradley, Mills Partitions, Floor Braced, Series 500.

3.         Ceiling hung.

a.         Basis of Design Product:  Bradley, Mills Partitions, Ceiling Hung, Series 600.

4.         Floor and ceiling anchored.

a.         Basis of Design Product:  Bradley, Mills Partitions, Floor to Ceiling, Series 700.

B.         Privacy Screen Type: 

1.         Floor anchored.

a.         Basis of Design Product:  Bradley, Mills Partitions, Floor Braced, Series 500.

2.         Floor and ceiling anchored.

a.         Basis of Design Product:  Bradley, Mills Partitions, Floor to Ceiling, Series 700.

C.         Urinal Screen Style: 

1.         Wall hung with wing bracket:

a.         Basis of Design Product:  Bradley, Mills Partitions, Model No. 2.

b.         Provide chrome plated wing bracket for mounting to wall.

2.         Floor anchored:

a.         Basis of Design Product:  Bradley, Mills Partitions, Model No. 3.

b.         Floor mounted, requiring concrete floor, minimum 3 inches thick for anchoring.

c.          Where indicated on Drawings, modify to become floor-to-ceiling mounted by changing mounting pilaster.

3.         Wall-hung with Brackets: 

a.         Basis of Design Product:  Bradley, Mills Partitions, Model No. 4.

4.         Government-flanged with Wing Bracket: 

a.         Basis of Design Product:  Bradley, Mills Partitions, Model No. 5.

b.         Provide with continuous bracket in addition to wing bracket.

PART 45 - Specifier:  Bradley stainless steel panels utilize watertight interlocked edges, a protection against moisture penetration of the panel interior which can result in corrosion.

A.         Door, Panel, and Pilaster Construction, General:  Form edges with interlock to provide watertight fit without crown molding.  Braze corners and finish smooth.

1.         Provide exposed surfaces free of pitting, visible seams and fabrication marks, stains, telegraphing of core material, or other imperfections.

2.         Core Material:  Manufacturer's standard sound-deadening, water resistant honeycomb in thickness required to provide finished thickness for doors, panels and pilasters.

B.         Door Construction:  1 inch (25 mm) thick, constructed from 0.0313 inch/22 ga (0.794 mm) stainless steel.

1.         Provide each door with internal 0.0625 inch/16 ga (1.59 mm) and 0.0781 inch/14 ga (1.98 mm) welded reinforcements at top and bottom hinge locations, with factory installed concealed true gravity cam hinges.

2.         Provide pre-punched hole to permit field installation of ADA-compliant concealed slide latch.

C.         Panel Construction:  1 inch (25 mm) thick, constructed from 0.0313 inch/22 ga (0.794 mm) stainless steel.

1.         Grab-Bar Reinforcement:  Provide concealed internal reinforcement for grab bars mounted on units.

D.         Pilaster Construction: 1 1/4 inch (32 mm) thick, constructed from [0.0375 inch/20 gauge (0.953 mm)] [0.048 inch/18 gauge (1.219 mm)] stainless steel.

1.         Provide pilaster with internally welded bracket suitable to accept minimum 3 inch (76 mm) long, 5/16 inch (7.9 mm ) stainless steel hex bolt for leveling.

PART 46 - Specifier:  Retain first paragraph below for overhead-braced toilet partitions.

A.         Headrail: Extruded anodized aluminum headrail with anti-grip profile. Provide fasteners for attachment to pilaster and stainless steel brackets to secure to wall.

PART 47 - Specifier:  Retain first paragraph below for floor-anchored, floor mounted , and post-to-ceiling urinal screens.

A.         Shoes:  4 inches (102 mm) high minimum, Type 304 stainless steel with No. 4 satin brushed finish.  Secured to the floor with tamper-resistant screws.

B.         Urinal-Screen Construction: Matching toilet compartment panel construction

PART 48 - Specifier:  Retain first paragraph below for floor-anchored, overhead-braced, and post-to-ceiling urinal screens.

A.         Urinal-Screen Post:  Manufacturer's standard post design of [material matching the thickness and construction of pilasters] [or] [1-3/4-inch- (44-mm-) square] aluminum tube with satin finish]; with shoe[ and sleeve (cap)] matching pilaster.

B.         Brackets (Fittings):

PART 49 - Specifier:  Retain one or both subparagraphs below; if retaining both, indicate locations of each type of fitting on Drawings or by inserts.  If necessary, revise to indicate fitting requirements for specific applications, e.g., "heavy-duty" urinal-screen brackets.

1.         Stirrup Type:  Ear or U-brackets; [chrome-plated zamac] [stainless steel].

2.         Full-Height (Continuous) Type:  Manufacturer's standard design; [aluminum] [stainless steel].

49.2           HARDWARE

PART 50 - Specifier:  Retain paragraph and subparagraphs below for projects where standard hardware is adequate for traffic and use.

A.         Hardware, Standard Duty:  Manufacturer's standard chrome-plated zamac castings, including corrosion-resistant, tamper-resistant fasteners:

1.         Hinges: Self-closing [wrap-around gravity-type] [continuous spring-loaded type] adjustable to hold doors open at any angle up to 90 degrees, with emergency access by lifting door.

2.         Latch and Keeper: [Concealed slide latch] [Surface-mounted slide latch] with [wrap-around] [flat] rubber-faced combination door strike and keeper, with provision for emergency access, meeting requirements for accessibility at accessible compartments.

3.         Coat Hook: Combination hook and rubber-tipped stop, sized to prevent door from hitting compartment-mounted accessories.  Provide wall bumper where door abuts wall.  Provide formed L-shaped hook without stop at outswing doors.

4.         Door Pull: Standard unit on outside of inswing doors.  Provide pulls on both sides of outswing doors.

PART 51 - Specifier:  Retain paragraph and subparagraphs below for projects where heavy duty hardware is required for traffic and use.

A.         Hardware, Heavy Duty:  Manufacturer's heavy-duty stainless steel castings, including stainless steel tamper-resistant fasteners:

1.         Hinges: Self-closing [wrap-around gravity-type] [continuous spring-loaded type], adjustable to hold doors open at any angle up to 90 degrees, with emergency access by lifting door.  Mount with stainless steel through-bolts.

2.         Latch and Keeper: [Concealed slide latch] [Surface-mounted slide latch] with [wrap-around] [flat] rubber-faced combination door strike and keeper, with provision for emergency access, meeting requirements for accessibility at accessible compartments.

3.         Coat Hook: Combination hook and rubber-tipped stop, sized to prevent door from hitting compartment-mounted accessories.  Provide wall bumper where door abuts wall.  Provide formed L-shaped hook without stop at outswing doors.  Mount with stainless steel through-bolts.

4.         Door Pull: Standard unit on outside of inswing doors.  Provide pulls on both sides of outswing doors.

51.2           FABRICATION

PART 52 - Specifier:  Retain one or more paragraphs below that correspond to project requirements.

A.         Overhead-Braced Units:  Provide manufacturer's standard corrosion-resistant supports, leveling mechanism, and anchors at pilasters to suit floor conditions.  Provide shoes at pilasters to conceal supports and leveling mechanism.

B.         Floor-Anchored Units:  Provide manufacturer's standard corrosion-resistant anchoring assemblies with leveling adjustment nuts at pilasters for structural connection to floor.  Provide shoes at pilasters to conceal anchorage.

C.         Ceiling-Hung Units:  Provide manufacturer's standard corrosion-resistant anchoring assemblies with leveling adjustment nuts at pilasters for connection to structural support above finished ceiling.  Provide assemblies that support pilasters from structure without transmitting load to finished ceiling.  Provide sleeves (caps) at tops of pilasters to conceal anchorage.

D.         Floor-and-Ceiling-Anchored Units:  Provide manufacturer's standard corrosion-resistant anchoring assemblies with leveling adjustment at tops and bottoms of pilasters.  Provide shoes and sleeves (caps) at pilasters to conceal anchorage.

E.          Urinal-Screen Posts:  Provide manufacturer's standard corrosion-resistant anchoring assemblies with leveling adjustment at[ tops and] bottoms of posts.  Provide caps, shoes, and covers at posts to conceal anchorage.

PART 53 - Specifier:  Retain paragraph below and revise to suit Project if door sizes and swings are not shown on Drawings; verify requirements of authorities having jurisdiction.

A.         Door Size and Swings:  Unless otherwise indicated, provide 26-inch- (660-mm-) wide, in-swinging doors for standard toilet compartments and 36-inch- (914-mm-) wide, out-swinging doors with a minimum 32-inch- (813-mm-) wide clear opening for compartments designated as accessible.

PART 54 - EXECUTION

54.1           EXAMINATION

A.         Examine work area to verify that measurements, substrates, supports, and environmental conditions are in accordance with manufacturer's requirements to allow installation. 

1.         Proceed with installation once conditions meet manufacturer's requirements.

54.2           INSTALLATION

A.         General:  Comply with manufacturer's written installation instructions.  Install units rigid, straight, level, and plumb.  Secure units in position with manufacturer's recommended anchoring devices.

B.         Install toilet partitions and screens in spaces with operating, temperature controlled HVAC systems.  Shield partitions and screens from direct sunlight.

C.         Clearances:  Install with clearances indicated on Drawings.  Where clearances are not indicated, allow maximum 1/2 inch (13 mm) between pilasters and panels, and 1 inch (25 mm) between panels and walls.

PART 55 - Specifier:  Retain paragraph below for stirrup brackets.  For solid plastic units, three brackets are recommended for panel-to-wall and panel-to-pilaster connections to prevent sagging of panel.

A.         Stirrup Brackets:  Secure panels to walls and to pilasters with no fewer than [two brackets attached] [three brackets attached at midpoint and] near top and bottom of panel.  Locate wall brackets so holes for wall anchors occur in masonry or tile joints.  Align brackets at pilasters with brackets at walls.

55.2           ADJUSTING

PART 56 - Specifier:  Revise hinge adjustment requirements in this article to suit Project.  Verify accessibility requirements of authorities having jurisdiction.

A.         Hardware Adjustment:  Adjust and lubricate hardware according to hardware manufacturer's written instructions for proper operation.  Set hinges on in-swinging doors to hold doors open approximately 15 degrees from closed position when unlatched.  Set hinges on out-swinging doors [ and doors in privacy screens] to return doors to fully closed position.

56.2           FINAL CLEANING

A.         Remove packaging and construction debris and legally dispose of off-site.

B.         Clean partition and screen surfaces with materials and cleansers in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.

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