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QUALITY GUIDELINES AND

METHODOLOGY

Document No

W-QAG-SC01
Effectivity
Date

ACCESS CONTROL

02-Jan-13

INSTALLATION METHODOLOGY FOR

SMOKE DETECTOR

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QUALITY GUIDELINES AND


METHODOLOGY

Document No

W-QAG-SC01
Effectivity

ACCESS CONTROL

Date
02-Jan-13

Issue

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Create a disclaimer relative to the acceptance of the facility clearly identifying the items that are not
acceptable or does not have proper result documentation forwarded by the party turning over the site.
Disclaimer: All items not listed will not be accepted without proper documents and test results and
shall not be held liable. This is the minimum requirement and in the event that the building guidelines is
strictly enforced this shall be govern.

Make a standard turnover acceptance document/form for all trades, that will include the following:

Kick-off and turn-over of documents (Internal)

External Kick-off meeting

Mobilization

Safety Orientation

Inspection of deliveries in accordance to specifications (done each time there are deliveries
from sub-con)

General Implementation of works


Site Survey

Prior to installing any fire detection system, the contractor shall survey the site
to determine job conditions will not impose any obstructions that would
interfere with the safe and satisfactory placement of the system. The
arrangements to remove any obstructions with the Project Manager need to be
determined at that time.

Roughing-In piping Works

All piping installations shall run parallel/perpendicular to building grid lines. No


diagonal runs shall be allowed and all bends and offsets shall be avoided as
much as possible.

Pipe supports shall have a minimum of 1.5 meter between supports (GI wires
and similar to this shall not accepted)

QUALITY GUIDELINES AND


METHODOLOGY

Document No

W-QAG-SC01
Effectivity
Date

ACCESS CONTROL

Issue

02-Jan-13

Rev

Page

Total

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No conduits shall be used in any system smaller than 20mm diameter electric
trade size, nor shall have more than (4) 90 degree bends in any one run and
where necessary, pull boxes shall be provided as directed.

Clamps shall be attached to the masonry walls by means of expansion shield or


masonry screw. Approved beam clamps or equivalent should be used to attach
conduits to exposed steel works.

For cutting pipes, pipe cutter or hacksaw can be used to cut pipes to desired
lengths. Ensure that cuts are made perpendicular to the pipe length, keeping
the cuts square. Debris and shavings from cuts must be removed in order to
keep sampling ports free of obstruction.

Wiring / Cabling Works

Proper splicing of wires

Splicing of wires shall be done only on pull boxes

Proper insulation of electrical tapes and rubber tape on required and


exposed feeder termination/splicing.

As per design wire size should be installed.

Applicable terminal lugs and eye lugs should be mounted well & tightened to
eliminate loose contact.

Installation of Smoke detector, FACP and Annunciator

Shall be implemented as per design instruction, for construction plans and


noted in general notes.

For peaked or sloped ceilings, install the alarm within 3 feet of the peak but not
within the apex of the peak.

Wall mounted alarms should not be placed more than 12 inches from the
ceiling

Smoke detectors should be installed at least 10 feet from any cooking


appliances.

Smooth ceiling spacing shall not exceed 30 feet (9 m).

QUALITY GUIDELINES AND


METHODOLOGY

Document No

W-QAG-SC01
Effectivity

ACCESS CONTROL

Date
02-Jan-13

Issue

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Fire-Alarm Control Unit: Surface mounted, with tops of cabinets not more than
72 inches (1830 mm) above the finished floor.

Annunciator: Install with top of panel not more than 72 inches (1830 mm)
above the finished floor.

Functionality Test

Conventional Alarm System

Remove cover of each smoke detector and proceed to disconnect one


wire from the device

The fire alarm panel should annunciate a trouble condition on the


signal circuit

If the annunciator confirms the signal, the device can be reconnected


and remounted to the wall or ceiling.

Repeat the process to each conventional device.

Interfacing

Upon completion of the installation, the system shall be subjected to


complete functional and operational test in place of each detector.

Upon actuation of any smoke detectors an audible alarm shall sound


the FACP continuously; a tone generated alarm with pre-recorded
message shall sound at the floor level in alarm condition. The LCD
display at the FACP shall indicate the area in alarm Connecting
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