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<ul><li><p>MUPVerticalTransportServicesDesignStandard_V1.0 Pageiof22</p><p>VerticalTransportServicesDesignStandards </p><p>DOCUMENTHISTORY</p><p>Version Description DateIssued</p><p>V1.0 ForReview(EMSPtyLtdamended) September2017</p><p>V1.1 FurtherReview(EMSPtyLtdamended) 15September2017</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards CirculationApprovalPURPOSE</p><p>MUPVerticalTransportServicesDesignStandard_V1.0 Pageiof22</p><p>CIRCULATIONAPPROVAL</p><p>Name Position Approved</p><p>ConorKelly EngineeringProjectManager Oct2017</p><p>DamienMcLynskey TechnicalServicesManager Oct2017</p><p>JohnEwer FacilitiesManagement Oct2017</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards TableofContentsPURPOSE</p><p>MUPVerticalTransportServicesDesignStandard_V1.0 Pageiiiof22</p><p>TABLEOFCONTENTS</p><p>1. PURPOSE 12. SCOPE 23. GlossaryofTerms 34. AuthoritiesandResponsibilities 45. TechnicalRequirements 5</p><p>5.1. INTRODUCTION 55.2. STANDARDS 55.3. DESIGNANDDOCUMENTATION 5</p><p>DESIGNAPPROACH 5DESIGNINPUTSANDPROCESS 6ENGINEERINGFUNCTIONSREQUIREDFROMDESIGNCONSULTANTS 6CALCULATIONS 6DESIGNCONDITIONS 6TypeSofLiftDrive&amp;Escalators 6Gearless 6Escalatorsshallcomplywiththefollowing: 6MinimumRequirementsforPersonswithDisabilities 7ProvisionofStretchersandEmergencyLifts 8PerformanceRequirements 8GENERALPerformanceCriteriaParameters 8ContractSpeed 8AdministrativeandOfficeBuildings 8TutorialRooms,ClassRooms,&amp;LectureTheatres, 9ResearchFacilitiesandLaboratories, 9HAZARDOUSGOODSSERVICEGOODSLIFTS 9LiftsCars 12LiftENTRANCEPROTECTION 12PassengerLifts 12GoodsLifts 13</p><p>5.4. COMMISIONINGTESTING 145.5. MAINTENANCE 16</p><p>5.4.1.Maintainability 16IndependentMaintainability 16SupportedMaintainability 165.4.2.IntegrationwithExistingMaintenanceProcedures 16OperationalMaintenanceDuringTheDefectsLiabilityPeriod(DLP) 17</p><p>5.6. PREFERREDSUPPLIERS 17</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards PURPOSEPURPOSE</p><p>MUPVerticalTransportServicesDesignStandard_V1.0 Page1of22</p><p>1. PURPOSEThisVerticalTransportservicesstandardsetsoutMacquarieUniversitysminimumrequirementsforthedesign, construction andmaintenance of Vertical Transport systems. Vertical Transport systems alsoreferstolifts,elevators,movingpathways,escalators,serviceliftsetc.Theobjectiveofthisstandardisto provide guidance and minimum standards of compliance to ensure that systems are designed,constructed, commissioned, andmaintained to achieve energy efficiency, fitness for purpose, qualityanddurability, designperformance in operation,maintainability and safety for access andoperation,lowenvironmentalimpact,andlowlifecyclecost.</p><p>Applicable requirements documented inWork Health and Safety legislation, Disability Discriminationlegislation, State Environmental Planning legislation, Commonwealth and State legislation, NaturalConstructionCodes (NCC),MacquarieUniversityDesignGuidesandAustralianStandards (AS)are theminimumandmandatorycompliancerequirements.BritishStandardsshallbeusedwherenoAustralianStandardexists.</p><p>ReferenceisalsomadetoCIBSEGuideDTransportationSystemsinBuildings.</p><p>Whereanyambiguityexistsbetweenthis standardand theaforementionedmandatory requirementsthen:</p><p>a. Thehighestperformancerequirementsmustapplyb. Applicablerequirementsmustfollowthisorderofprecedence</p><p>i. WorkHealthandSafetylegislationii. DisabilityDiscriminationlegislationiii. StateEnvironmentalPlanningandAssessmentlegislationiv. AllotherCommonwealthandStatelegislationv. ThisStandardandMacquarieUniversityDesignGuidesvi. NCCvii. AS/NZS</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards SCOPE </p><p>MUPMechanicalServicesDesignStandard_V1.2 Page2</p><p>2. SCOPETheseStandardsdescribetheminimum,requirementsforthedesign,constructionandmaintenanceofall Vertical Transport services throughout all buildings owned, operated andmanaged byMacquarieUniversityProperty.</p><p>TheStandardappliestoplanners,projectmanagers,consultants,contractors,subcontractors,tenants,managing agents and University staff involved in the design, construction, commissioning andmaintenanceofexisting,newandproposedUniversitybuildingsandfacilities.</p><p>TheVerticalTransportServicesStandardprovides:</p><p> Areferencedocumenttoenableconsistencywiththedesignandengineeringobjectives; Guidanceondesignconsiderations; Detailsoftheminimumperformancerequirements; Detailsoftheminimumqualityrequirements; Guidanceinregardstoprovisionsformaintenanceandaccess; CommissioningrequirementsforacceptancebytheUniversity.</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards GlossaryofTerms </p><p>MUPMechanicalServicesDesignStandard_V1.2 Page3</p><p>3. GLOSSARYOFTERMSConsultant Themechanicaldesignconsultant/engineer</p><p>AS AustralianStandard</p><p>ATT AveragetravelTime</p><p>AWT AverageWaitingTime</p><p>BCA BuildingCodeofAustralia,nowreplacedbyNCC(Seebelow)</p><p>BMCS BuildingManagementControlSystem</p><p>Consultant Themechanicaldesignconsultant/engineer</p><p>D&amp;C DesignandConstruct</p><p>HLI HighLevelInterface</p><p>LCD/LED LiquidCrystalDisplay/LightEmittingDiode</p><p>MSDS Materialsafetydatasheets</p><p>MUP MacquarieUniversityProperty</p><p>NATA NationalAssociationofTestingAuthorities</p><p>NCC NationalConstructionCode</p><p>O&amp;M OperationsandMaintenance</p><p>PC PracticalCompletion</p><p>VTS VerticalTransportSystem</p><p>WHS WorkHealthandSafety</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards AuthoritiesandResponsibilities </p><p>MUPMechanicalServicesDesignStandard_V1.2 Page4</p><p>4. AUTHORITIESANDRESPONSIBILITIESThisstandardisownedbyMUP.MUPisresponsibleformaintainingthestandardandkeepingituptodate.Alwayschecktoseeiftherehasbeenanupdatetothisstandardbeforecommittingtoitsuseforanyparticularproject.Itistheresponsibilityoftheusertoensuretheyareusingthelatestversion.</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards TechnicalRequirements </p><p>MUPMechanicalServicesDesignStandard_V1.2 Page5</p><p>5. TECHNICALREQUIREMENTS</p><p>5.1. INTRODUCTIONThe aim of this manual is to assist consultants, Project managers, D &amp; C Contractors and Builders.Generally,therelevantAustralianstandardsaretobecompliedwithunlesstheUniversityrequiresthatahigherstandardbemet.VariationsfromthestandardaretobeapprovedbyMUP.FortheavoidanceofdoubttheVTSofaUniversitybuildingmayincludestructural/buildingelements,oranyothertradeworksotherthantheelevatortradewhicharecontingentonthefunctioningoftheVTS. (Eg.BuildingTradeaccesscontrolcontractor,etc</p><p>It should alsobe noted that theUniversity is a long termowner of the property and so appropriateconsiderations are to be made in terms of quality of installation, efficiency in operation, ease ofmaintenanceandsafety,longtermreliability,andflexibilityforchangeofuse(wherefeasible).</p><p>TheTechnicalServicesManagershallbeconsultedifanyconfusionarisesbeforeapplyingthisStandardGuide.Approvedvariationsmustalwaysbeinwritingortheywillnotbeaccepted.</p><p>5.2. STANDARDSThefollowingstandardsapply:</p><p>NCC NationalConstructionCode</p><p>AS1735.1(2016) GeneralRequirements</p><p>AS1735.2 PassengerandgoodsliftElectric</p><p>AS1735.12 Facilitiesforpersonswithdisabilities</p><p>EN8120/50(2017) GeneralRequirements</p><p>AS3000 AustralianWiringRules</p><p>Disabilities(AccesstoPremisesBuildings)Standards2010</p><p> WorkCoverNSW</p><p> TheNSWFireService</p><p> AustralianTelecommunicationsRegulations</p><p> NSWWorkHealthandSafetyRegulations2017</p><p>Theabovelistisnotanexhaustivelistofrelevantstandards.Thedesignandinstallationshallconsiderall relevant standards required under legislation or authority requirements, and also considerinternational codes and standards if required to satisfy the technical, operational and functionalrequirementsofthebrief.</p><p>IttheVTSisinstalledinajurisdictionnotnotedabovewiththerulesandregulationsofallauthoritieshavingjurisdictionovertheminthatlocationshallapply.</p><p>5.3. DESIGNANDDOCUMENTATIONDESIGNAPPROACHTheUniversityexpectsconsultantsanddesignerstoprovidedesignsthatmeettheprojectbrief. Thefollowingareprioritiesthatconsultantsanddesignersmustbeawareofandconsiderintheirdesign:</p><p>a. A consultants return brief shall be provided for approval that confirms all aspects of theproject brief, design allowances, building fabric, usage and operating conditions,environmentalcriteria,designapproachandoptionstobeconsideredaspartoftheconceptdesignprocess;</p><p>b. Provideenvironmentalconditionsthatmeettheprojectbrief;c. Take a long term balanced view of capital costs, energy costs, maintenance costs and</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards TechnicalRequirements </p><p>MUPMechanicalServicesDesignStandard_V1.2 Page6</p><p>longevityofequipment;d. Accessibility,easeofoperation,andeaseofmaintenance;e. Control systemsshallbedesignedwith simplicityand reliability inmind.Oftencontrolsare</p><p>madeoverly complicatedwhichcan lead to issues incommissioning,multiplepointsof failureandanoverlyonerousmaintenanceburden;</p><p>DESIGNINPUTSANDPROCESSTheUniversity expects consultants and designers toproactively inform, advise and contribute to thedesignprocess.</p><p>ENGINEERINGFUNCTIONSREQUIREDFROMDESIGNCONSULTANTSThe university expects consultants and designers to be fully qualified, experienced and capable ofcarrying out all engineering design, calculations, equipment selection, construction quality checks,overviewandverificationofcommissioning.</p><p>CALCULATIONSUse of computer modelling/simulation/estimation programs must be performed and show that theminimumdesigncriteriarequiredbytheMUPhavebeenmet.Thismustbepartofthedesignadviceforallservicestoverifythebuildingperformance.</p><p>DESIGNCONDITIONSFor2and3storeybuildingsthereisaminimumrequirementtoprovidealiftfortheverticalmovementoffurniture,goodsandpersonswithdisabilities.</p><p>Where the height of a building exceeds 10.5 metres or there are more than 3 floors served,considerationshouldbegiventomorethanoneliftbeinginstalled.</p><p>TYPESOFLIFTDRIVE&amp;ESCALATORSThetypeofliftdriveshallbebasedonthefollowing:</p><p> Electrohydraulic These lifts shall be used if upgrading existing lifts remaining the solediscretion of the University andONLY if utilising the latest Variable Frequency Hydro such asdesignedbyBucher(orsimilarhighqualityproduct)</p><p> Liftsdesignedforrestrictedaccess(suchasAS1735Part14,15&amp;16)shallnotbeused</p><p> GearedTheseliftsshallnotbeused,unlessupgradingexistingliftinstallations.</p><p> UnderslungbasementdriveliftsTheseliftsshallnotbeused</p><p>GEARLESSAllnewliftsshallbewithspeedsupto2.5metrespersecondshallbemachineroomlesslifts.Liftswithhigherspeedsshallrequireamachineroomatthetopoftheshaft.</p><p>ThehoistingmachinemotorshallbeamodernhighefficiencyinductionmotorandcorrectlymatchedtothenewVVVFdrive,liftcarloadsandspeedfortheliftscorrectandefficientoperation.</p><p>All lifts shalluse regenerativebraking,with theexcesspower to supply feedingback into thebuildingselectrical network. It shall be filtered so as not to cause interference to other building electrical,communicationsordataservices.</p><p>Shouldnormal electrical powerbe lost the lift shall have its ownemergencypower supply (byUPSorother appropriatemeans) to allow the lift to travel to the nearest landing, open the doors, allow anypassengertoleavetheliftcarandthenshutdowntoawaitthereturnofnormalelectricalsupply</p><p>ESCALATORSSHALLCOMPLYWITHTHEFOLLOWING: Stepchainsshallhaveaservicelifeofatleast100,000hours.</p><p> Allstepchainrollersaretohaverollerorballbearingsnotbushes</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards TechnicalRequirements </p><p>MUPMechanicalServicesDesignStandard_V1.2 Page7</p><p> Theuseofnylonorothersoftmaterialsshallnotbeusedformajor itemssuchasdriveandhandrailsprockets</p><p> Automatic lubricators shallhavesufficientcapacity toprovide lubricationatappropriate levelsforperiodsofatleast1(one)monthwithouttoppingup.</p><p> Allhandrailreturns(newels)aretohaverollerguidesnotsliders.</p><p> BalustradesaretobemadeofsubstantialmaterialsotherthanglassunlessotherwiseapprovedbytheUniversity.</p><p> Thereshallbeatleast3levelstepsattheentryandexitofeachescalator,transitionarea.</p><p> Thespeedofanyescalatorshallbelimitedtonomorethan0.5mps</p><p> Shallhavespeedreductionwhennotinuse</p><p> Shallhaveregenerativedrives</p><p>MINIMUMREQUIREMENTSFORPERSONSWITHDISABILITIESAll lifts installedatanyoftheUniversitycampusesorbuildingsshallcomplywithat leasttheNationalConstruction CodeofAustralia requirement for Facilities for PeoplewithDisabilities Clause E3.6, theDisability (Access topremises buildings) Standards 2010, plus all lift car control buttons shall complywithclause8.3.4TactileLabellingofAS1735.12</p><p>Onlyliftscomplyingwith,AS1735Parts1orEN8120shallbeusedforprovidingaccessforpeoplewithdisabilities.</p><p>UnlesspriorapprovalfromtheUniversityisgiventhefollowingliftsshallnotbeusedfortheaccessofpeoplewithdisabilities:</p><p>AS1735.13 Liftsforpersonswithlimitedmobilitymanuallypowered</p><p>AS1735.14 Lifts forpersonswith limitedmobility restricteduse lowriseplatforms</p><p>AS1735.15 Lifts for persons with limited mobility restricted use nonautomaticallycontrollerlifts</p><p>AS1735.16 Lifts for persons with limited mobility restricted use automaticallycontrolled</p><p>WheretheneedisclearlyidentifiedforthespecificuseforaccessofpeoplewithdisabilitiesthenPart12ofAS1735shallbeappliedtotheliftorallthelifts,ifmorethanoneliftisbeinginstalledinagroup.</p><p>Where AS 1735 Part 12 is applied clause 8.1, Automatic Audible Information for the lift car positionindicatorandoperationofallliftcarbuttonsshallbebyoralannouncementonly.</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards TechnicalRequirements </p><p>MUPMechanicalServicesDesignStandard_V1.2 Page8</p><p>PROVISIONOFSTRETCHERSANDEMERGENCYLIFTSProvisionshallbemadefortheuseofstretchersandemergencyliftsasdetailedinthelatestversionoftheNCCat the timewhen the lift documents goout for tenderpricing.Aminimum lift cardepthof2000mmshallbeprovided.</p><p>PERFORMANCEREQUIREMENTS</p><p>GENERALPERFORMANCECRITERIAPARAMETERSThefollowingperformancecriteriashallapplytoalllifts:</p><p>DoorTimesSpeeds(+or5%)</p><p>OpenDoors 2.0Seconds</p><p>CloseDoors 2.5Seconds</p><p>Doortimemeasurementshallbemademanuallybystopwatchandshallbemeasuredfromstartofdoormovementtocompletionoftheopeningorclosingfunction,asthecasemaybe.</p><p>DoorTimesDwells(maximum)</p><p>CarCall 3.0Seconds</p><p>LobbyCall 3.0Seconds</p><p> Maximumaccelerationrateof1.0mps.</p><p> Maximumdecelerationrateof1.0mps.</p><p> Maximumjerkrateof1.5mps.</p><p> Maximumlateralandverticalvibration20mg.</p><p> Floorlevelaccuracy+/6mmorbetter.</p><p> Noiseinliftcarinmotionatanypointintheliftshaftwithfanoffnomorethan55dBA.</p><p> Dooroperationnoiseshallnotbemorethan60dBA.</p><p> Liftcarfanshallnotbemorethan60dBA.</p><p>Note.All carnoisemeasurements shallbe taken in themiddleof the lift caratapproximately1metreabovethefloor.</p><p>CONTRACTSPEEDWhen measured in an agreed manner, the full speed of any lift up and down including the rates ofacceleration and deceleration shall not vary from the values as stated on the original Equipmentsdesignregistrationand/ororiginalmanufacturerparametersbymorethanplusorminus5%.</p><p>ADMINISTRATIVEANDOFFICEBUILDINGSTheminimumcarsizeifnotclearlydefinedintenderdocumentationshallbe17passenger1275kgwithGoodsClassAloading.Carsize1400mmwidex2000mmdeep.</p><p>Ifanormalpassenger liftservice,asdistinct fromgoodsserviceorFacilities forDisabledPersons lift, isdeemednecessaryunderthedesignconceptitshallbedesignedtomeetthefollowingdesigncriteria:</p><p>AverageWaitingIntervalthemaximumuppeakaveragedepartureintervalfromthemainlowestfloorlandingforadministrativeandofficebuildings.</p></li><li><p> VerticalTransportServicesDesign Standards TechnicalRequirements </p><p>MUPMechanicalServicesDesignStandard_V1.2 Page9</p><p>1to4floorsserved 45second</p><p>5to8floorsserved 35seconds</p><p>8andhigherfloorsserved 30seconds</p><p>Handling Capacity Minimum 5minute handling capacity expressed as a percentage of buildingpo...</p></li></ul>

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