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1. Safe bathing for people of all abilities www.best-bath.com"HG" ADA Shower Overview4545 Enterprise, Boise, Idaho 83705Tel: (208) 342-6823 / (800) 727-9907 - Fax: (208) 342-6832 / (800) 627-0929 2. Curb DetailsSafe bathing for people of all abilitieswww.best-bath.com.5 Curb/bottom for transfer showers1/2" Integral level support (adhered by others) center line of drain hole 3/8"FLOORdrain cut-out size 8"x8" or 8" diameter4" vinyl flooring .75 Curb/bottom for roll-in showersADA/Cal Title 24/TAS "Change of Level" allowed1/2" (1: 2) change in level1/2"Integral level support (adhered by others) center line of drain hole3/8"1/4" flooringdrain cut-out size 8"x8" or 8" diameter 4" Page 1 3. Drain Details Safe bathing for people of all abilities www.best-bath.com Cross Section of Standard, Cored Shower Bottom (installed)3/16" Thick Fiberglass Plywood Core 1/8" Thick FiberglassBuild up or recess per code3 " MIN. 4 6" Cross Section of Low Profile Shower Bottom (installed) 1/4" Steel Flatbar1/4" Thick FiberglassIntegral Leveling MaterialBuild up or recess per codeEpoxy Adhesive (by installer)3 " MIN. 48" Page 2 4. Wall Section DetailSafe bathing for people of all abilitieswww.best-bath.comCut-away viewof HG unit wall Gelcoat finish(color) 1/2" Plywood Fiberglass laminateBarrier coatFiberglass laminate Page 3 5. Cross Section of HG WallSafe bathing for people of all abilitieswww.best-bath.com Top and Front Nailing Flanges1-1/8" Overall Wall Thickness Inside Wall Surface 1/2" Plywood5/8" Space Face of Stud Page 4 6. Laminate SchedulesSafe bathing for people of all abilities of HG Showerswww.best-bath.com Laminate Schedule - Walls Laminate Schedule - Cored Bottoms Material Cut List - Gel Coat18 mil- Gel Coat 18 mil Walls - Barrier Coat30 mil- Barrier Coat 30 mil as required 1/2" Plywood 4" x 8" - Hydrate (bed) 90 mil (3/32")- Hydrate (bed) 130 mil (1/8")" 8" x 8" " 2" x 8" - Plywood Core 1/2" - Plywood Core 3/4" " 2" x 12" - Hydrate (top) 130 mil (1/8")- Hydrate (top) 130 mil (1/8")as required 3" x 5" HD cards - Level Block(s)corner reinforcementsMaterial Cut List (not on smooth wall models) Bottom same on this sideFull as required 3/4" Plywood Plyw ood Cored bottomFull PlywOne Piece Shower HG/CG ood (Hospital Grade/ Commercial Grade) with 15 (1.5") or HIGHER curb One Piece Tub/shower HG (Hospital Grade/ Commercial Grade) Laminate Schedule - Walls Laminate Schedule - Uncored Bottoms Material Cut List - Gel Coat18 mil- Gel Coat18 milWalls - Barrier Coat30 mil- Barrier Coat30 milas required 1/2" Plywood 4" x 8" - Hydrate (bed) 90 mil (3/32")- Hydrate (bed) 130 mil (1/8")" 8" x 8" " 2" x 8" - Plywood Core 1/2" - Steel Flat Bar 1 length at curb " 2" x 12" - Hydrate (top) 130 mil (1/8")- Hydrate (top) 130 mil (1/8")as required 3" x 5" HD cards - Level Block(s) - Integral Leveling Support Material Cut List corner reinforcements(not on smooth wall models) Bottom same on this side Steel Flat Bar 1/4" x 1-1/4" x XX"Full Plywood 1/4" FRP Laminate and Integral Leveling Support(7 # Urethane Compound)Full Plywood Steel Flat BarOne Piece Shower HG/CG (Hospital Grade/ Commercial Grade) with 12 (1.25") or LOWER curb Page 5 7. Water Containment SolutionsSafe bathing for people of all abilities www.best-bath.com"The solution to wet floors" Specifications for The WaterStopper Kit - Material: EPDM Rubber, 50 Durometer, Endcaps: injection molded Vyram rubberKit Contents: - Finish: Kits are available in both Grey and Beige- 1 ea. Specified length of WaterStopper - Dimensions: Will fit on any Access ADA or Barrier Free model offered - 2 ea. Specified size end caps - Available for other Brands.- 2 ea. Alcohol wipes - Installation: Self-Adhesive. - Installation Instructions Tape-weighted curtain Tape-weighted curtain without WaterStopper with WaterStopperFront view Front view13 8"114" Endcap 2-1/4" radiusEndcap 3/8" radius 3Cross Section 16" Flattens under wheelchair Specifications for The Semi-permanent Threshold Adaptor- Material: Powder coated aluminum, .100" thick.Kit Contents:- Finish: Color WHITE, special colors available for quantity orders.- 1 ea. Specified TAS (cut to fit)- Dimensions: Made to fit any ADA or Barrier Free model offered by Best Bath Systems. - 1 ea. Cartridge of silicone caulk (white)- Available for other brands (cut to fit on-site).- Installation Instructions- Installation: Simple, removable installation with silicone caulk. SiliconeSilicone Shower Bottom Bathroom FloorTASodeler mini) cut to fit p TAS-M (M odel fit per mcut to2-1/2" 2" 2-3/8"3-1/2"Page 6 8. Flange Trim Kit FTK-R-5-125Safe bathing for people of all abilitieswww.best-bath.comApplication For use as an easy way of covering the nailing flange where there already is drywall or other wall material BEHIND the shower or tubshower. Installation Measure the distance between the drywall at the back wall. Trim or sand the molding sections to size with a hacksaw. Kit consists of Cut the Butyl tape in 2" pieces, fold double as needed1 ea Backwall section and stick to the nailing flange and drywall at 8" intervals.1 ea Left front and top section Press the molding in place. 1 ea Right front and top section Repeat with the rest of the sections. 10 ft. 5/16" Butyl tape 3M #8621 Caulk all around the edges. 5/16" thick, 1/2" wideR 1/8" 1 ea Silicone (white) Material1-1/4" Matching gelcoat fiberglass Install with butyl tape and caulk 1/2" 1/16" Cross Section of Moldingstud Silicone caulk Butyl Tape #8621Flange Trim Moulding Drywall Screw head Shower Nailing Flange stud Butyl tapeLatex caulk (paintable) Drywall 8"Cross Section of Molding installedMoldings shownbefore installation Page 7 9. One Hour Fire Rated Safe bathing for people of all abilities Drywall Stud Pocket www.best-bath.comNailing FlangePLAN 1st Drywall2nd Drywall Studs 2nd Drywall Nailing Flange1st Drywall Shower WallDETAIL A iso view attop of wall (installed)2nd DrywallPage 8 10. 90 Reveal and ConventionalSafe bathing for people of all abilities Flange Detailswww.best-bath.com PLANDETAIL ADETAIL B Stud 1"Studs1"5/8" Drywall 5/8" Drywall 2" DETAIL A DETAIL B Drywall 5/8" drywall Nailing Flange "Reveal 90" Feature ConventionalStuds stud DETAIL Btop of wallDETAIL A iso view at(installed)top of wall (installed) Page 9Drywall 11. LPB1 Safe bathing for people of all abilitieswww.best-bath.com Storage: Do not Rest on Unscrew this block before installing the Bottom Once the DrainFitting is Installed 8"x 8" or 8" diam. NOTE: The drain cut-out must be Epoxy 8" diam. or 8" x 8" and back filled if it is larger to prevent flexing.Brace or weigh down the 2x4s so that they are tight all along Epoxy the shower floor. 3/4" highEpoxy Adhesive:3/4" dollops every 8" min. Do not walk on bottom until epoxy has set upTIP: Also put epoxy between 2 pcs.of scrap wood to monitor cure. Use straight 2x4sPLAN for 38" x 38" showers only A Use straight 2x4s A=approx. 6"Use straight 2x4s A Screw throughflanges every 8" PLAN for Rear Drain Showers SEE PAGE 11 FOR ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS PLAN for Showers Larger than 38" x 38" Page 10 12. Showers (1-piece) with Safe bathing for people of all abilities Low Profile Bottoms www.best-bath.comThe extremely low profile of this shower bottom may eliminate the need for recessing. In order to get full, permanent contact with the floor, it MUST be installed per these instructions. Failure to follow these instructions may result in failure not covered by warranty. LPB1 1/4" thick fiberglass drain fitting (do not store the panfactory leveling materialupright resting on the drain) Epoxy adhesive (8" o.c., see over)CL 3/4" min. unscrew beforeinstallation Epoxy adhesive8" NOTE: The drain cut-out must be 8" CROSS SECTION OF BOTTOM diam. or 8" x 8". If it is larger, back-fill (installed) to prevent flexing. Installation: 1. Check the stud pocket for level and correct9. Put the unit face-down in front of the pocket.dimensions and the drain hole in the floor 10. Apply the epoxy adhesive to the floor.for the correct distance to the studs.(See illustration on the front page)The floor must be level +/- 1/8 inch. At the same time, glue some scrap wood 2. The shower drain must be centered in an 8"together as a cure time sample for later on.cut-out in the floor (refer to specification or11. Tip the shower into position, making sure itthe actual shower). See drawing above.is positioned at the line drawn in step 8. 3. Have the plumber install the drain fitting. Avoid stepping on the bottom until theDO NOT store the unit resting on the drain. epoxy has set up. 4. Prepare the drain pipe to receive the drain. 12. When level, screw through the flanges. 5. Clean the floor and the pan's underside. 13. Use 2x4 boards to brace or weigh down asThe floor may be damp but no standing water.shown over until snug to the shower floor. 6. The leveling material has been scuffed up14. Make sure the bottom has adequate drain-at the factory. Clean off any debris stuck to it. slope by pouring water in it or with a level. 7. Remove the plywood strip that is screwed 15. Check the cure time sample from step #10to the leveling block at the back. and when fully bonded, remove the bracing 8. Draw a line where the curb will be.boards or after no less than 2 hrs. (more if the floor is cold)Page 11 13. OPTION VERIFICATIONMODEL: LCS26337A75BHG - LEFT PLBG "ACCESSIBLE"QTY:63"311 2"1 201 2" ADA COMPLIANT381 2 " 36"AA 1" 4 3TOP VIEWPERSPECTIVE - N.T.S. 2 2" 1"60"227" 21" 727"5 8 8783 4 "75" 60" CENTEREDCENTERED6 46"11 2 "40" 5 37"34"18" 18"INT. LEFT ELEVATION3 " FRONT ELEVATION 3 "INT. RIGHT ELEVATION4 8 SCALEDATE E ------ PROJECT: DB: MA1/2" = 1'-0"DRAWING NUMBER D ------ COMPANY: CB: PVRSHEET 1 OF 2 C ------ NOTES:ACCEPTED AS CORRECT BY: B ------Rough-in stud opening +1/4 -0 nominal dimensions All vertical accessory dimensions are measured from the floor of the shower. A ------Best Bath Systems, Inc. retains ownership of all product designs and anyREVCHANGE DATEDIV. OF FIBERGLASS SYSTEMS NC.www.best-bath com 1-800-727-9907 proprietary information may not be disclosed to its competitors, their agents or affiliates. X// 14. OPTION VERIFICATION MODEL: 10 PERSPECTIVE - N.T.S. LAMINATE DETAIL C - SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"3 SECTION A-A - SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" UNIT WEIGHT:NOTES:23 --- 22 --- 21 --- 20 --- 19 --- 18 --- 17 --- 16 --- 15 --- 14 --- 13 --- 12 --- 11 --- 1 10 - FULL 2" PLYWOOD BACKING--9 1 CORRUGATED PROTECTIVE PAD-- 18 1 32" x 36" x 1- 4" L GRAB BAR --7 1 SYMMONS S-96-300-B30-L-X-V, VALVE AND GLIDE BAR KIT--6 1 34" x 21" FOLD DOWN SEAT WITH SWING DOWN LEGS, PHENOLIC--5 2 SURFACE MOUNT SOAP DISH--4 1 NO CAULK BRASS DRAIN WITH POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL SCREEN--3 1 T-SHAPED RUBBER WATER STOPPER KITGREYKTWSG5L2 1 AQA MOUNTING BRACKET SET --1 1 CURTAIN ROD-- KEY QTY.DESCRIPTION COLOR PART NUMBERMARKFACTORY INSTALLED LOCATION PRE-DRILLBY INSTALLED OTHERS HOLESPARTS LISTONLY DATE PROJECT: DRAWING NUMBER COMPANY:DIV. OF FIBERGLASS SYSTEMS NC. www.best-bath com 1-800-727-9907REFER TO SHEET 1 OF 2 FOR ACCESSORY LOCATIONSSHEET 2 OF 2 15. Product Guide Specification LCS26337A75BHG Accessible Specifier Notes: This product guide specification is written according to the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Three-Part Section Format and Page Format, contained in the CSI Manual of Practice. The section must be carefully reviewed and edited by the Architect to meet the requirements of the project and local building code. Coordinate with other specification sections and the drawings. Delete all "Specifier Notes" when editing this section.SECTION 15410 A.D.A. COMPLIANT BATHING UNITSSpecifier Notes: This section covers Best Bath Systems A.D.A. Compliant showers of composite fiberglass-reinforced construction. Consult Fiberglass Systems for assistance in editing this section for specific applications.PART 1 GENERAL1.1 SECTION INCLUDES A.ADA Compliant, one-piece fiberglass showers.1.2 RELATED SECTIONS A.Section 15400 Building services: Piping.1.3 REFERENCES A.ASTM E 162 - Surface Flammability of Materials Using a Radiant Heat Energy Source. B.NFPA 258 - Determining Smoke Generation of Solid Materials.1.4 SUBMITTALS A.Comply with requirements of Section 01300 - Submittals. B.Product Data: Submit manufacturer's product data, including composite fiberglass material description, construction details, dimensions, accessories, fixtures, and finishes. C.Samples: Submit one 6 inch square sample of composite fiberglass material in each color specified for Architect's approval.1.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE A.Codes and Standards: Comply with the following codes and standards. 1. ADA Accessibility Guidelines for roll-in showers. 2. ANSI Z124.2 - Plastic Shower Receptors and Shower Stalls. 3. ANSI A117.1 Accessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities 4. ASTM F 462 - Consumer Safety Specification for Slip-Resistant Bathing Facilities. 5. IAMPO/UPC Uniform Plumbing Code. 6. California Building Code, Chapter 11B Accessibility to Public Buildings, Public Accommodations, Commercial Buildings and Publicly Funded Housing.1.6 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING A.Delivery: Deliver bathing units to site in manufacturer's original, unopened containers and packaging, with labels clearly indicating manufacturer and model number. B.Storage: Store bathing units indoors in an area protected from damage and in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. C.Handling: Protect bathing units during handling and installation to prevent damage.1.7 WARRANTY A.Provide manufacturer's limited warranty against structural and finish defects for 3 years from date of installation. LCS26337A75BHG Accessible 1 of 3 16. PART 2 PRODUCTS2.1MANUFACTURER A. Best Bath Systems, 4545 Enterprise Street, Boise, Idaho 83705, Phone 800-727-9907, Fax 800-627-0929.2.2A.D.A. COMPLIANT BATHING UNITSOne piece fiberglass shower stall, meeting A.D.A. and CA. accessibility code criteria.2.3MATERIALS A. Gelcoat Finish:Sanitary ware grade gelcoat. Minimum cured thickness 0.015 inch.Barrier Coat: Ceramic fiber filled polyester resin coating to enhance gloss and surface hardness. B. Skin Layer: Glass fiber and polyester resin layer to provide resilient skin against the gelcoat finish. C. Filled and Cored Layer: Fiberglass laminate with minimum 15 percent fiberglass content and filled resin completelyencapsulating a 1/2 inch plywood core on most flat surfaces, to provide stiffness as well as backing for grab bar and seatanchoring.All core termination edges beveled.Floor of inch thick fiberglass laminate with an integral level support compound bonded to it.1. Flame Spread Rating: Less than 75 in accordance with ASTM E 162.2. Smoke Generation: Less than 450 in accordance with NFPA 258.Specifier note: Select plumbing hand. Model LCS26337A75BHG. AccessibleThe unit measures 63 inches wide x 37-1/2 inches deep x 78-3/4 inches high. [Right][Left] hand plumbing.B. Color: Best Bath White2.5ACCESSORIESSpecifier Notes: Consult Best Bath Systems for assistance in specifying accessories for specific applications. Coordinate right and left hand accessories with bathing unit models. Select brand of mixing valve and delete the other. A. Mixing Valve: [Symmons S-96-300-B30-L-X-V] Brass, pressure balanced, lever handle valve, plumbing elbow, polishedchrome finish. Hand held shower with applicable hose. Vertically mounted, 30 inch long glide bar, polished chrome finishand cradle with adjustable height setting for hand held shower. B. Soap Dish: Two (2) white cast polyester surface mounted soap dishes, one (1) each at the sitting level and the standing level. C. Folding seat: 34 x 21, White phenolic slat seat surface, stainless steel frame and swing down legs. D. Grab Bar 32 x 36 corner type, 1-1/4 inch diameter, stainless steel, 18 gauge. E. Shower Curtain Rod: 65 inches, stainless steel, 20 gauge, 1 inch OD, with mounting flanges. F. Drain: No-Caulk, brass body with polished stainless steel screen. G. Water Stopper kit, collapsible 60 inch grey T shaped retainer with large radius end caps. H. Corrugated cardboard interior bottom protector. I. Shower system individually palletized, faced at the opening with corrugated protector and stretch wrapped. LCS26337A75BHG Accessible 2 of 3 17. PART 3 EXECUTION3.1EXAMINATION A. Inspect areas where ADA compliant bathing units will be installed. Notify the Architect of conditions that would adverselyaffect the installation or subsequent utilization of bathing units. Do not proceed with installation until unsatisfactoryconditions are corrected.3.2INSTALLATION A. Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions which are different from those of conventional one piece shower unitsin that the unit may be installed directly on top of the flooring and still meet the A.D.A. 1/2 inch maximum curb heightrequirement. To allow for this the following needs to be done:1. The hole around the drain needs to be 8 inch diameter.2. The unit needs to be adhered to the floor using an epoxy adhesive that is provided by the shower manufacturer.3. Flooring needs to be brought up to the bevel on the curb. B. Install barrier free bathing units level, plumb, and square with flat wall surfaces. C. Touch-up minor damaged surfaces caused during installation. Replace damaged components as directed by Architect.3.3ADJUSTING A. Test and adjust mixing valves and hand held showers for proper and efficient operation, including water temperature,pressure, and volume.3.4CLEANING A. Clean surfaces in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. B. Do not use abrasive cleaners, metal scrapers, or wire brushes.3.5SCHEDULESpecifier Notes: Provide a schedule if two or more ADA compliant bathing units are specified with different model numbers or accessories. Identify each unit separately. Coordinate schedule with location of units indicated on drawings. This is an optional location for the schedule, rather than on the drawings.END OF SECTION APPROVEDARCHITECT: NAME:TITLE: DATE:ENGINEER: NAME: TITLE: DATE:OWNER: NAME:TITLE: DATE:LCS26337A75BHG Accessible 3 of 3 18. OPTION VERIFICATIONMODEL: LCS26337A75BHG - LEFT PLBG "ADAPTABLE" QTY:63"311 2"1 201 2" ADA COMPLIANT381 2 " 36"AA 1" 4 3TOP VIEWPERSPECTIVE - N.T.S. 2 2" 1"60"227" 21" 627"5 7 7783 4 "75" 60" CENTEREDCENTERED 46"40" 5 37"34" 18"INT. LEFT ELEVATION3 " FRONT ELEVATION 3 "INT. RIGHT ELEVATION4 8 SCALEDATE E ------ PROJECT: DB: MA1/2" = 1'-0"DRAWING NUMBER D ------ COMPANY: CB: PVRSHEET 1 OF 2 C ------ NOTES:ACCEPTED AS CORRECT BY: B ------Rough-in stud opening +1/4 -0 nominal dimensions All vertical accessory dimensions are measured from the floor of the shower. A ------Best Bath Systems, Inc. retains ownership of all product designs and anyREVCHANGE DATEDIV. OF FIBERGLASS SYSTEMS NC.www.best-bath com 1-800-727-9907 proprietary information may not be disclosed to its competitors, their agents or affiliates. X// 19. OPTION VERIFICATIONMODEL: 9PERSPECTIVE - N.T.S. LAMINATE DETAIL C - SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" 3SECTION A-A - SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" UNIT WEIGHT: NOTES:23 - -- 22 - -- 21 - -- 20 - -- 19 - -- 18 - -- 17 - -- 16 - -- 15 - -- 14 - -- 13 - -- 12 - -- 11 - -- 10 - --9 - FULL 1" PLYWOOD BACKING 2--8 1 CORRUGATED PROTECTIVE PAD -- 17 1 32" x 36" x 1- 4" L GRAB BAR--6 1 SYMMONS S-96-300-B30-L-X-V, VALVE AND GLIDE BAR KIT --5 2 SURFACE MOUNT SOAP DISH --4 1 NO CAULK BRASS DRAIN WITH POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL SCREEN --3 1 T-SHAPED RUBBER WATER STOPPER KIT GREYKTWSG5L2 1 AQA MOUNTING BRACKET SET--1 1 CURTAIN ROD -- KEY QTY. DESCRIPTION COLOR PART NUMBERMARK FACTORY INSTALLED LOCATION PRE-DRILL BYINSTALLED OTHERS HOLES PARTS LISTONLYDATEPROJECT:DRAWING NUMBERCOMPANY:DIV. OF FIBERGLASS SYSTEMS NC. www.best-bath com 1-800-727-9907 REFER TO SHEET 1 OF 2 FOR ACCESSORY LOCATIONSSHEET 2 OF 2 20. 34" x 21" Folding Seat Safe bathing for people of all abilitiesPhenolic Slat with Legs www.best-bath.com34"Specifications:-FOLDING SHOWER SEAT WITH SWING DOWN LEGS-PHENOLIC SLATS-SIZE: 34" X 21" L-SHAPE 201 2 " 131 2 " 18" Operation:Seat is automatically held in a raised position by a phenolic cross member attached to the front and rear support legs. When theseat is lowered into its down position, the swing down leg automatically aligns the front and rear support legs with the help ofthe phenolic cross members. Architectural Specifications:Shower seat with swing down legs. The swing down legs automatically level when the seat is lowered to a horizontal sittingposition. the seat automatically locks itself when swung into its "up" position with the use of the phenolic cross members.Materials:FRAME: Type 304 (18-8) S.S. tubing, 1 1/4" (32mm) x 18 ga. (1.2mm) square main frame with 1" (25mm) x 18 ga. (1.2mm) round cross members. WALL FLANGES: Type 304 (18-8) S.S. 10 ga. (3.4mm) x 3" (76mm) diameter, heliarc welded to 1" (25mm) supports, and to 1 1/4"(32mm) round x 12 ga. (2.7mm) frame hinge couplings. Three mounting holes per flange. SWING DOWN LEGS: "H" shaped yoke of Type 304 (18-8) S.S. 1" diameter x 18 ga. round tubing, heliarc welded to 1 1/4" (32mm) round x 12 ga. (2.7mm) frame hinge couplings. SEAT CHOICE: Phenolic Slat, 1/2" (13mm) x 3" (78mm) bolted to frame with stainless steel screws and nuts. INSTALLATION: All shower seats must only be installed using sufficient in-wall backing material.Page 19 21. Product Guide Specification LCS26337A75BHG Adaptable Specifier Notes: This product guide specification is written according to the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Three-Part Section Format and Page Format, contained in the CSI Manual of Practice. The section must be carefully reviewed and edited by the Architect to meet the requirements of the project and local building code. Coordinate with other specification sections and the drawings. Delete all "Specifier Notes" when editing this section.SECTION 15410 A.D.A. COMPLIANT BATHING UNITSSpecifier Notes: This section covers Best Bath Systems A.D.A. Compliant showers of composite fiberglass-reinforced construction. Consult Fiberglass Systems for assistance in editing this section for specific applications.PART 1 GENERAL1.1 SECTION INCLUDES A.ADA Compliant, one-piece fiberglass showers.1.2 RELATED SECTIONS A.Section 15400 Building services: Piping.1.3 REFERENCES A.ASTM E 162 - Surface Flammability of Materials Using a Radiant Heat Energy Source. B.NFPA 258 - Determining Smoke Generation of Solid Materials.1.4 SUBMITTALS A.Comply with requirements of Section 01300 - Submittals. B.Product Data: Submit manufacturer's product data, including composite fiberglass material description, construction details, dimensions, accessories, fixtures, and finishes. C.Samples: Submit one 6 inch square sample of composite fiberglass material in each color specified for Architect's approval.1.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE A.Codes and Standards: Comply with the following codes and standards. 1. ADA Accessibility Guidelines for roll-in showers. 2. ANSI Z124.2 - Plastic Shower Receptors and Shower Stalls. 3. ANSI A117.1 Accessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities 4. ASTM F 462 - Consumer Safety Specification for Slip-Resistant Bathing Facilities. 5. IAMPO/UPC Uniform Plumbing Code. 6. California Building Code, Chapter 11B Accessibility to Public Buildings, Public Accommodations, Commercial Buildings and Publicly Funded Housing.1.6 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING A.Delivery: Deliver bathing units to site in manufacturer's original, unopened containers and packaging, with labels clearly indicating manufacturer and model number. B.Storage: Store bathing units indoors in an area protected from damage and in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. C.Handling: Protect bathing units during handling and installation to prevent damage.1.7 WARRANTY A.Provide manufacturer's limited warranty against structural and finish defects for 3 years from date of installation. LCS26337A75BHG Adaptable1 of 3 22. PART 2 PRODUCTS2.1MANUFACTURER A. Best Bath Systems, 4545 Enterprise Street, Boise, Idaho 83705, Phone 800-727-9907, Fax 800-627-0929.2.2A.D.A. COMPLIANT BATHING UNITSOne piece fiberglass shower stall, meeting A.D.A. and CA. accessibility code criteria.2.3MATERIALS A. Gelcoat Finish:Sanitary ware grade gelcoat. Minimum cured thickness 0.015 inch.Barrier Coat: Ceramic fiber filled polyester resin coating to enhance gloss and surface hardness. B. Skin Layer: Glass fiber and polyester resin layer to provide resilient skin against the gelcoat finish. C. Filled and Cored Layer: Fiberglass laminate with minimum 15 percent fiberglass content and filled resin completelyencapsulating a 1/2 inch plywood core on most flat surfaces, to provide stiffness as well as backing for grab bar and seatanchoring.All core termination edges beveled.Floor of inch thick fiberglass laminate with an integral level support compound bonded to it.1. Flame Spread Rating: Less than 75 in accordance with ASTM E 162.2. Smoke Generation: Less than 450 in accordance with NFPA 258.Specifier note: Select plumbing hand. Model LCS26337A75BHG. AdaptableThe unit measures 63 inches wide x 37-1/2 inches deep x 78-3/4 inches high. [Right][Left] hand plumbing.B. Color: Best Bath White2.5ACCESSORIESSpecifier Notes: Consult Best Bath Systems for assistance in specifying accessories for specific applications. Coordinate right and left hand accessories with bathing unit models. Select brand of mixing valve and delete the other. A. Mixing Valve: [Symmons S-96-300-B30-L-X-V] Brass, pressure balanced, lever handle valve, plumbing elbow, polishedchrome finish. Hand held shower with applicable hose. Vertically mounted, 30 inch long glide bar, polished chrome finishand cradle with adjustable height setting for hand held shower. B. Soap Dish: Two (2) white cast polyester surface mounted soap dishes, one (1) each at the sitting level and the standing level. C. Grab Bar 32 x 36 corner type, 1-1/4 inch diameter, stainless steel, 18 gauge. D. Shower Curtain Rod: 65 inches, stainless steel, 20 gauge, 1 inch OD, with mounting flanges. E. Drain: No-Caulk, brass body with polished stainless steel screen. F. Water Stopper kit, collapsible 60 inch grey T shaped retainer with large radius end caps. G. Corrugated cardboard interior bottom protector. H. Shower system individually palletized, faced at the opening with corrugated protector and stretch wrapped. LCS26337A75BHG Adaptable 2 of 3 23. PART 3 EXECUTION3.1EXAMINATION A. Inspect areas where ADA compliant bathing units will be installed. Notify the Architect of conditions that would adverselyaffect the installation or subsequent utilization of bathing units. Do not proceed with installation until unsatisfactoryconditions are corrected.3.2INSTALLATION A. Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions which are different from those of conventional one piece shower unitsin that the unit may be installed directly on top of the flooring and still meet the A.D.A. 1/2 inch maximum curb heightrequirement. To allow for this the following needs to be done:1. The hole around the drain needs to be 8 inch diameter.2. The unit needs to be adhered to the floor using an epoxy adhesive that is provided by the shower manufacturer.3. Flooring needs to be brought up to the bevel on the curb. B. Install barrier free bathing units level, plumb, and square with flat wall surfaces. C. Touch-up minor damaged surfaces caused during installation. Replace damaged components as directed by Architect.3.3ADJUSTING A. Test and adjust mixing valves and hand held showers for proper and efficient operation, including water temperature,pressure, and volume.3.4CLEANING A. Clean surfaces in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. B. Do not use abrasive cleaners, metal scrapers, or wire brushes.3.5SCHEDULESpecifier Notes: Provide a schedule if two or more ADA compliant bathing units are specified with different model numbers or accessories. Identify each unit separately. Coordinate schedule with location of units indicated on drawings. This is an optional location for the schedule, rather than on the drawings.END OF SECTION APPROVEDARCHITECT: NAME:TITLE: DATE:ENGINEER: NAME: TITLE: DATE:OWNER: NAME:TITLE: DATE:LCS26337A75BHG Adaptable 3 of 3

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