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Innsdale Tank Fax SEH-A SEH SHOP DRAWING TRANSMITTAL To: Tracy Gliori TMI Coating Inc 3291 Terminal Drive Saint Paul, MN 55121 Project: Innsdale Ground Storage Tank Rehabilitation We are- COTTG 114409 01 -78.00 SEH File Number File Location April 14, 2011 Date To: Jennifer Levitt City of Cottage Grove Engineer 7516 South 80th Street Cottage Grove, MN 55016 Owner: City of Cottage Grove, Minnesota ® Enclosing ❑ Sending under separate cover r The following submittals have been reviewed by this office and are being returned for action as noted. o U Specification Section No. Item Supplier /Manufacturer ° LL z° 04 Schedules 5 05 Abrasives 5 07 Elastomeric Sealant 5 Remarks: Thank you. ❑ No action taken. Submittals must first be approved and stamped by the Contractor. Action Taken r . d r o Z E n ' � >3 Q s E c f6 d m W LL By: Doug Klamerus, PE Distribution: Owner 1 Contractor 3 SEH File 1 SEH Proj. Rep. Other sAae \c \cottg \I 14409 \7- ca \78 -subm \shop drawings \04 - 05 & 07 rvd by dk.docx Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. 13535 Vadnais Center Drive i Saint Paul, MN 55110 -5196 SEH is an equal opportunity employer i www.sehinc.com 1 651.490.2000 1 800.325.2055 1 651.490.2150 fax FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 4- SCHEDULES Attached are both the project progress schedule and schedule of values for the above - referenced project. Enclosed: Progress Schedule Schedule of Values REVIEWED Review does not extend to quantities, dimensions, fabrication processes, construction means or methods, coordination of the work or safety procedures. Comments [l FU, 1\11SH or corrections made do not relieve AS NOTED Contractor from compliance with the drawings and specifications. J [ EMSE AND IE�JII In resubmitting, identify rev;sicns made. - JEC Rear;; cf this submittal is expressly limited as provided in the Conlract Documents and is only to detormine compliance with information given in the Contract Dccuments and conformance with the design ccncapt of the compicted project. 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PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 5- ABRASIVES TMI will utilize coal slag abrasives from ATI Black Diamond in Woodbury, Minnesota for the interior blast and miscellaneous areas on the exterior (those not accessible by vacuum blasting). Abrasive for utilized for vacuum blasting will be recyclable steel grit. Enclosed: MSDS for Coal Slag t expressly limdea u o submittal is and is of th' currents i t,,` of �evievi iv In ty contract p0ntormaUon ccu g desicr' Uct with ot ance with the compliance confoZoend m s n a "` ents olecict r e. Vp:mydocuments /tmij /5269 Subs Abrasive „ ® f / ®at® t exten d 40 does no ns, fab Review dimensio mea REVIE\NVD quantities, construction Work of the processes, methods, coordinatio n comrn ents do I relieve no `Kith or sa Proce ade come Ha C orrectio ns or trom contractor d spe citication s • an the drawings ittng, identify revision �® Irnnaae bm i���rt t expressly limdea u o submittal is and is of th' currents i t,,` of �evievi iv In ty contract p0ntormaUon ccu g desicr' Uct with ot ance with the compliance confoZoend m s n a "` ents olecict r e. Vp:mydocuments /tmij /5269 Subs Abrasive „ ® f / ®at® Material Safety Data Sheet May be used to comply with OSHA's Hazard Communication standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200. Standard nmst be consulted for specific requirements U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Non - Mandatory Form) Form Approved OMB No. 1218 -0072 I DENTITY (As Used on Label and List) Note: Blank spaces are not permitted If any ilenr is 1101 applicable, or no Black Diamond information is assailable, the spaces mart be marked to indicate /hat All Grades SECTION I Manufacturer's Name Emergency Telephone Number Black Diamond Granules, Inc. /Abrasive 651- 436 -6071 Technologies, Inc. Address Telephone Number for Information 499 Settlers Ridge Parkway 651- 436 -6071 Woodbury, NIN 55129 Date Prepared: 3March2008.. Updated 14May10 Signature of Preparer (optional) Janet L. Keyes, CIH SECTION II — Hazardous Ingredients /Identity Information Overview: Black Diamond abrasives are stable, non - flammable amorphous glass -like compounds. No hazard, other than mechanical abrasion, is expected from short term exposure. Repeatedly breathing high levels of dust from abrasive blasting can cause lung damage. Chemical identity CAS # Percent OSHA PEL ACG1H TLV Coal slag 68476 -96 -0 99+% 15 mghn (total) 10 mg/m (inhalable) 5 tng /m (respirable) 3 mg /m (respirable) Crystalline silica 14808 -60 -.7 * 0.lmg /m (respirable) 0.05 mg /m (respirable) (quartz) *Silica concentrations for grades other than 40 -80 and 30 -60 have been below quantification levels (< 0.4 %). 40 -80 and 30 -60 silica levels range from <0.2% to 1.6% in samples taken over the last seven years (average for 30- 60:0.5%; 40 -80: 0.9 %). SECTION III — Physical Characteristics Boiling point »2500 T Specific gravity (H,0 = 1) 2.65 Vapor Pressure (mmHg) N /A Melting Point 2500 OF Vapor Density (AIR =l) N/A E Rat ( acetate =l) N/A Solubility in water Negligible Hardness #7 Appearance and odor: Black granular solid, no apparent odor SECTION IV — Fire and Explosion Hazard Data Flash p ( Method . used) N/A Flammable limits: N/A Extinguishing Media: none required Special fire fighting procedures: None Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: None SECTION V — Reactivity Data Stability Unstable Conditions to avoid Stable X None Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid): none known Hazardous Decomposition or Byproducts: N/A Hazardous Polymerization May Occur Conditions to Avoid Will Not Occur X None Material Safety Data Sheet, Black Diamond Abrasive — All Grades Page 2 of 2 Section VI — Health Hazard Data ROUte(S) of Entry Inhalation? Skin? Ingestion? Yes Eyes, Yes Not significant Health Hazards (Acute and Chronic): May cause mechanical irritation to eyes and skin. Low toxicity by ingestion. Primarily hazardous by inhalation. Dust can cause mucous membrane in Repeated or extremely high exposures to dust could cause pneumoconiosis. Carcinogenicity I NTP? ]ARC? OSHA Regulated I No (yes for quartz) No (yes for quartz) No Signs and Symptoms of overexposure: Shortness of breath, coughing, impaired lung function Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure: Respiratory illnesses Emergency and First Aid Procedures: Eyes: Flush with water for 15 minutes. Ingestion: Drink large amounts of water. Skin: wash with mild soap and water Inhalation: Move the person to fresh air; support breathing SECTION VII — Precautions for Safe Handling and Use Steps to Be Taken in Case Material is Released or Spilled Follow established procedures for handling unregulated dusts and sands. Scoop or shovel into container, controlling dust. The material can be wetted with water to control dust. If material has been used for abrasive blasting, the waste material may be contaminated from the blastinE. Waste Disposal Method: May be disposed of in an approved landfill in accordance with all EPA, state, and county disposal regulations. Disposal requirements may change once material has been used for abrasive blasting Precautions to be Taken in Handling and Storing Minimize inhalation and direct skin contact. Minimize dust generation. Respirator required in enclosed or poorly ventilated spaces and all other work involving high exposure. Other Precautions: Carefully follow all EPA, state, and county regulations SECTION VIII — Control Measures Respiratory Protection (Specify Type) NIOSH approved Type CE airline respirator for abrasive blasting. NIOSH approved disposable dust mask (N 100 recommended) for comfort, protection against dust when pouring material Ventilation Local Exhaust To maintain exposure below TLV /PEL Mechanical (General) To maintain exposure below TLV /PEL Special None Other None Protective Gloves: Eye Protection Use gloves to prevent skin abrasion Safety glasses or chemical goggles Other Protective Clothing or Equipment Safety glasses and normal work clothing for limited exposure. Type CE abrasive blasting respirator (including head and face protection) and sturdy coveralls to protect against high dust levels and abrasive effects when doing abrasive blasting Work/Hygienic Practices Normal Uractices. The data in this material safety data sheet relate only to the specific material designated herein and does not relate to use in combination ryith any other vzaterial or in any process. The information is believed lobe correct cis of the date issued. Since the use of this information and the conditions of use of the product are not within the control of Black Diamond /Abrasive Technologies, it is the user's obligation to determine procedures for safe use and disposal of the product and to follow the appropriate safe procedures. FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 7- ELASTOMERIC SEALANT TMI will utilize Sika Sikaflex -1 a as the elastomeric sealant for caulking work on the above referenced project. Enclosed: Product data & MSDS for Sikaflex -1 a. Vp:mydocuments /tmij /5269 Sub? sealant Product Data Sheet Edition 5.11.2010 I Identification no. 431 Issued to: SW Cocporaliou Sikaflex 1a Product: Sikatlez 1AConslruction Sealant 175 psi (1.21 MPa) C719:Pas5 _✓ Ea1.35% Comp -35% � ■ �� �AO� bstrate: Pttar, inum, G mum, Su Alum lass (mortar ; i le ,tal, d,.,ln Siht 1 J Fnrcr( �,(\ C661: Haling 40 One Validation Dale: 1 2122/06.12121111 part polyurethane No. 1206 -SIA7l Copyn9nt 9 I006 elastomeric sealant /adhesive 1 , Description Sikaflex -1a is a premium - grade, high - performance, moisture - cured, 1- component, polyurethane- based, 40 ±5 non -sag elastomeric sealant. Meets Federal specification TT- S- 00230C, Type II, Class A. Meets ASTM C -920, Type S, Grade NS, Class 35, use T, NT, O, M, G, I; Canadian standard CAN /CGSB 19.13 -M87. Where to Use ■ Designed for all types of joints where maximum depth of sealant will not exceed 1/2 in. 175 psi (1.21 MPa) e Excellent for small joints and fillets, windows, door frames, reglets, flashing, common roofing detail ap- plications, and many construction adhesive applications. Modulus of Elasticity ■ Suitable for vertical and horizontal joints; readily placeable at 40 °F. 35 psi (0.24 MPa) ■ Has many applications as an elastic adhesive between materials with dissimilar coefficients of expansion. 50% ■ Submerged conditions, such as canal and reservoir j oints. Advantages ■ Eliminates time, effort, and equipment for mixing, filling cartridges, pre- heating or thawing, and cleaning 85 psi (0.59 MPa) of equipment. ■ Fast tack -free and final cure times. ■ High elasticity - cures to a tough, durable, flexible consistency with exceptional cut and tear - resistance. ■ Stress relaxation. ■ Excellent adhesion - bonds to most construction materials without a primer. ■ Excellent resistance to aging, weathering. ■ Proven in tough climates around the world. ■ Odorless, non - staining. ■ Jet fuel resistant. ■ Certified to the NSF /ANSI Standard 61 for potable water. ■ Urethane - based; suggested by EPA for radon reduction. ■ Paintable with water -, oil- and rubber -based paints. ■ Capable of ±35% joint movement. Coverage 10.1 fl. oz. cartridge seals 12.4 lineal ft. of 1/2 x 1/4 in. joint. 20 fl. oz. uni -pac sausage seals 24 lineal ft. of 1/2 x 1/4 in. joint. Packaging Disposable 10.1 fl. oz., moisture -proof composite cartridges, 24 /case; and uni -pac sausages, 20 f!. oz., 20/ carton. Typical Data (Material and curing conditions @ 73 °F (23 °C) and 50% R.H.) Shelf Life 10.1 fl. oz. cartridges 12 months 20 fl. oz. uni -pac sausages 12 months 5 gallon pail 6 months 55 gallon drum 6 months Storage Conditions Store at 40 ° -95 °F (4 °- 35 °C). Condition material to 65 ° -75 °F before using. Colors White, colonial white, aluminum gray, limestone, black, dark bronze, capitol tan, stone and medium bronze. Special architectural colors on request. Application Temperature 40° to 100 °F. Sealant should be installed when joint is at mid -range of its anticipated movement. Service Range -40° to 170 °F Curing Rate Tack -free time 3 to 6 hours Tack -free to touch 3 hours Final cure 4 to 7 days Tear Strength (ASTM D -624) 55 lb./in. Shore A Hardness (ASTM D -2240) 21 day 40 ±5 Tensile Properties (ASTM D412) 21 day Tensile Stress 175 psi (1.21 MPa) Elongation at Break 550% Modulus of Elasticity 25% 35 psi (0.24 MPa) 50% 60 psi (0.41 MPa) 100% 85 psi (0.59 MPa) Adhesion in Peel (TT- S- 00230C, ASTM C 794) Substrate Peel Strength Adhesion Loss Concrete 20 lb. 0% Aluminum 20 lb. 0% Glass 20 lb. 0% Weathering Resistance Excellent Chemical Resistance Good resistance to water, diluted acids, and diluted alkalines. Consult Technical Service for specific data. How to Use Surface Preparation Clean all surfaces. Joint walls must be sound, clean, dry, frost -free, and free of oil and grease. Curing compound residues and any other foreign matter must be thoroughly removed. A roughened surface will also enhance bond. Install bond breaker tape or backer rod to prevent bond at base of joint. Priming Priming is not usually necessary. Most substrates only require priming if testing indicates a need or where seal- ant will be subjected to water immersion after cure. Consult Sikaflex Primer Technical Data Sheet or Techni- cal Service for additional information on priming. Linear Feet of Sealant per Gallon Depth Inches '/4 A2 '/4 308.0 ■ When overcoating with water, oil and rubber based paints, compatibility and adhesion testing is essential. %2 154.0 77.0 '/ 102.7 51.3 1 77.0 38.5 1 %2 61.6 30.8 1 '/4 51.3 25.7 s v Application Recommended application temperatures: 40'-100'F- For cold weather application, condition units at approximately 70 °F; remove prior to using. For best performance, Sikaflex -1a should be gunned into joint when joint slot is at mid -point of its designed expansion and contraction. Place nozzle of gun into bottom of the joint and fill entire joint. Keep the nozzle in the sealant, continue on with a steady flow of sealant preceding the nozzle to avoid air entrapment. Avoid overlapping of sealant to eliminate entrapment of air. Tool sealant to ensure full contact with joint walls and remove air entrapment. Joint dimension should allow for 1/4 inch minimum and 112 inch maximum thick- ness for sealant. Proper design is 2:1 width to depth ratio, For use in horizontal joints in traffic areas, the absolute minimum depth of the sealant is 1/2 in. and closed cell backer rod is recommended. Limitations ■ Allow 1 -week cure at standard conditions when using Sikaflex -1a in total water immersion situations and prior to painting. ■ When overcoating with water, oil and rubber based paints, compatibility and adhesion testing is essential. • Avoid exposure to high levels of chlorine. (Maximum continuous level is 5 ppm of chlorine.) • Maximum depth of sealant must not exceed 1/2 in.; minimum depth is 1/4 in. • Maximum expansion and contraction should not exceed 25% of average joint width. • Do not cure in the presence of curing silicone sealants. • Avoid contact with alcohol and other solvent cleaners during cure. • Do not apply when moisture - vapor- transmission condition exists from the substrate as this can cause bubbling within the sealant. • Use opened cartridges and uni -pac sausages the same day. • When applying sealant, avoid air - entrapment. • Since system is moisture - cured, permit sufficient exposure to air. • White color tends to yellow slightly when exposed to ultraviolet rays. • Light colors can yellow if exposed to direct gas fired heating element. • The ultimate performance of Sikaflex -1 a depends on good joint design and proper application with joint surfaces properly prepared. • The depth of sealant in horizontal joints subject to traffic is 1/2 in. • Do not tool with detergent or soap solutions. • Do not use in contact with bituminous /asphaltic materials. Caution Irritant Keep away from open flames and high heat. Contains xylene. avoid breathing vapors. Use with adequate ventilation. Combustible Avoid skin and eye contact. Use of NIOSH approved organic vapor respirator, safe and chemical- resistant gloves recom- mended. Remove contaminated clothing and shoes. First Aid In case of skin contact, wash thoroughly with soap and water. For eye contact, flush immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes; contact physician. Wash clothing before re -use. Discard contaminated shoes. Clean Up Uncured material can be removed with approved solvent. Cured material can only be removed mechanically. For spillage, collect, absorb, and dispose of in accordance with current, applicable local, state, and federal regulations. KEEP CONTAINER TIGHTLY CLOSED • KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN • NOT FOR INTERNAL CONSUMPTION • FOR INDUSTRIAL USE ONLY All information provided by Sika Corporation ( "Sika ") concerning Sika products, including but not limited to, any recommendations and advice relating to the application and use of Sika products, is given in good faith based on Sika's current experience and knowledge of its products when properly stored, handled and applied under normal conditions in accordance with Sika's instructions. In practice, the differences in materials, substrates, storage and handling condi- tions, actual site conditions and other factors outside of Sika's control are such that Sika assumes no liability for the provision of such information, advice, recommendations or instructions related to its products, nor shall any legal relationship be created by or arise from the provision of such information, advice, recommendations or instructions related to its products. The user of the Sika product(s) must test the product(s) for suitability for the intended application and purpose before proceeding with the full application of the pfoduct(s). Sika reserves the right to change the properties of its products without notice. All sales of Sika product(s) are subject to its current terms and conditions of sale which are available at , i _ or by calling 800 - 933 -7452. Prior to each use of any Sika product, the user must always read and follow the warnings and instructions on the product's most current Technical Data Sheet, product label and Material Safety Data Sheet which are available online at ­_ �J, or by calling Sika's Technical Service Department at 800- 933 -7452. Nothing contained in any Sika materials relieves the user of the obligation to read and follow the warnings and instruction for each Sika product as set forth in the current Technical Data Sheet, product label and Material Safety Data Sheet priorto product use. LIMITED WARRANTY: Sika warrants this product for one year from date of installation to be free from manufacturing defects and to meet the technical properties on the current Technical Data Sheet if used as directed within shelf life. User determines suitability of product for intended use and assumes all risks. Buyer's sole remedy shall be limited to the purchase price or replacement of product exclusive of labor or cost of labor. NO OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED SHALLAPPLY INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FORA PARTICULAR PURPOSE. SIKASHALLNOTBE LIABLE UNDERANY LEGALTHEORYFORSPECIALORCONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES . SIKASHALLNOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE USEOFTHIS PRODUCT INA MANNERTO INFRINGE ON ANY PATENT ORANY OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS HELDBYOTHERS. Visit our website at www.sikausa.com 1- 800 - 933 -SIKA NATIONWIDE Regional Information and Sales Centers. For the location of your nearest Sika sales office, contact your regional center. Sika Corporation Sika Canada Inc. Sika Mexicana S.A. de C.V. 201 Polito Avenue 601 Delmar Avenue Carretera Libre Celaya Km. 8.5 Lyndhurst, NJ 07071 Pointe Claire Fracc. Industrial Balvanera Phone: 800- 933 -7452 Quebec H9R 4A9 Corregidora, Queretaro Fax. 201-933-6225 Phone: 514- 697 -2610 C.P. 76920 Fax: 514-694-2792 Phone: 52 442 2385800 Fax 52 442 2250537 Sika and Sikfaflex are registered trademarks. Made in USA. Printed in Canada. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Sikafiex® 1A (All Colors) Page 1 of 5 HEALTH I `2 FLAMMABILITY �1 REACTIVITY I 0 1 PERSONAL PROTECTION I C I 1. Product And Company Identificati 1 Supplier Manufacturer f Sika Corporation Sika Corporation 201 Polito Ave 201 Polito Ave Lyndhurst, NJ 07071 Lyndhurst, NJ 07071 Company Contact: EHS Department Company Contact: EHS Department Telephone Number: 201 - 933 -8800 Telephone Number: 201 - 933 -8800 FAX Number: 201 - 933 -9379 FAX Number: 201 - 933 -9379 Web Site: www.sikausa.com Web Site: www.sikausa.com Supplier Emergency Contacts & Phone Number Manufacturer Emergency Contacts & Phone Number CHEMTREC: 800 - 424 -9300 CHEMTREC: 800 - 424 -9300 INTERNATIONAL: 703 - 527 -3887 INTERNATIONAL: 703- 527 -3887 n — Issue Date: 08/09/2007 Product Name: Sikaflex® 1A (All Colors) CAS Number: Not Established Chemical Family: Polyurethane MSDS Number: 4016 Product Code: 0431543 2. Compositio /Information On Ingredients Ingredient CAS Percent Of Na me Number Total Weight POLYISOCYANAT PREPOLYMER Trade Secret XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS) 1330 -20 -7 < 4 3. Hazard Identification Eye Hazards Causes eye irritation. Skin Hazards May cause skin irritation. Prolonged and /or repeated skin contact may cause an allergic reaction /sensitization. Ingestion Hazards May be harmful if swallowed. Inhalation Hazards May cause nose, throat, and lung irritation. May cause an allergic respiratory reaction / sensitization after prolonged or repeated contact. Reports have associated repeated and prolonged exposure to some of the 1111 Page 1 of 5 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Sikaflex® 1A (All Colors) 3. Hazards Identification - Continued Inhalation Hazards - Continued chemicals in this product with permanent brain, liver, kidney, and Central Nervous System damage. Headaches and dizziness may result. j L i 4 First Aid Measures 1 Eye In case of contact, hold eyelids apart and immediately flush eyes with plenty of tepid water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention immediately if irritation develops and persists. Skin In case of contact, immediately flush skin with soap and plenty of tepid water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention immediately if irritation (redness, rash, blistering) develops and persists. Ingestion If victim is fully conscious do not induce vomiting, give one or two cups of water or milk to drink. Call a physician or a poison control center immediately. Inhalation Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration, seek medical attention. 5. Fire Fighting Measures Flash Point: N/A T Flash Point Method: Solid per ASTM D4359 Autoignition Point: N /AV T Lower Explosive Limit: N /AV Upper Explosive Limit: N /AV Fire And Explosion Hazards j During a fire, irritating and /or toxic gases and aerosols from the decomposition /combustion products may be present. Extinguishing Media j In case of fire, use water spray (fog) foam, dry chemical, or CO2. I Fire Fighting Instructions In the event of a fire, firefighters should wear full protective clothing and NIOSH- approved self- contained breathing apparatus with a full facepiece operated in the pressure demand or other positive pressure mode. �6. Accidental Release Measures Avoid release to the environment. Use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Contain spill and collect with absorbent material and transfer into suitable containers. Do not flush to sewer or allow to enter waterways. Ventilate enclosed area. 7 . Handling And Sto Handling And Storage Precautions Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated area. Keep containers tightly closed. Handling Precautions Do not smoke. Use only in well ventilated areas. Condition to 65 -85F before using. Use only with ventilation sufficient to reduce potential exposures (air borne levels of dust, fumes, vapors, etc.) to below recommended exposure limits. Storage Precautions Do not store near excessive heat. Store in tightly closed containers and protect from moisture and foreign Page 2 of 5 I` �` I I r A l Sikaflex® 1A (All Colors) f 7. Handling And Storage - Continued Storage Precautions - Continued material. Ideal storage temperature is less than 75F. If maximum storage temperature is exceeded, material may prematurely polymerize without hazard. Work /Hygienic Practices Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. J 8. Exposure Controls /Perso Pr otection Engineering Controls Use of a system of local and /or general exhaust is recommended to keep employee below applicable exposure limits. Refer to the current edition of "Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice" published by the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists for information on the design, installation, use, I and maintenance of exhaust systems. Eye /Face Protection Safety glasses with side shields or goggles. Skin Protection Chemical- resistant gloves. Lab coat or other work clothing to prevent skin exposure (Long sleeve shirt and long pants). Launder before reuse. Respiratory Protection A respirator protection program that meets 29 CFR 1910.134 requirement must be followed whenever workplace conditions warrant a respirator's use. In areas where the Permissible Exposure Limits are exceeded, use a properly fitted NIOSH- approved respirator. Other /General Protection Wash thoroughly after handling. Ingredient(s) - Exposure Limits XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS) ACGIH TLV -STEL 150 ppm ACGIH TLV -TWA 100 ppm OSHA PEL -TWA 100 ppm 9 Physical And Che Properties Appearance Paste (solid) in various colors Odor Aromatic odor Chemical Type: Mixture Physical State: Solid Melting Point: N /AV °F Boiling Point: N /AV °F Specific Gravity: 1.4 grams /cm3 Percent VOCs: < 4% Packing Density: 11.5 - 12.0 pounds /gallon Vapor Pressure: N /AV Vapor Density: > Air Solubility: N /AV Evaporation Rate: Slower than ether VOC Content: < 40 grams / liter (EPA Method 24) Page 3 of 5 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Sikaflex® 1A (All Colors) 10. Stability And Reactivity - Stability: Stable Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur Conditions To Avoid (Stability) j Open flame Incompatible Materials Water, Alcohol, Amines Hazardous Decomposition Products Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, and Oxides of Nitrogen, Smoke, Fumes Conditions To Avoid (Polymerization) None known 11. Toxi Information Conditions Aggravated By Exposure Eye disease, skin disorders and allergies, chronic respiratory conditions. 1 2. Ecological Information [No Data Available... 13. Disposal Considerations 1 Dispose in accordance with applicable federal, state and local government regulations. Waste generators must determine whether a discarded material is classified as a hazardous waste. USEPA guidelines for the classification determination are listed in 40 CFR Parts 261.3. Additionally, waste generators must consult state and local hazardous waste regulations to ensure complete and accurate classification. 111 Transport Information 1 Proper Shipping Name L Not regulated by the USDOT. 15. Regulatory Information j U.S. Regulatory Information All ingredients of this product are listed or are excluded from listing under the U.S. Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Chemical Substance Inventory. SARA Hazard Classes Acute Health Hazard Chronic Health Hazard SARA Title III - Section 313 Supplier Notification This product contains the following toxic chemicals that are subject to the reporting requirements of section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right -To -Know Act (EPCRA) of 1986 and of 40 CFR 372. XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS) (1330 -20 -7) <4 % This information must be included on all MSDSs that are copied and distributed for this material. Ingredient(s) - U.S. Regulatory Information XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS) SARA Title III - Section 313 Form "R " /TRI Reportable Chemical SARA - Acute Health Hazard SARA - Chronic Health Hazard Page 4 of 5 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Sikaflex® 1A (All Colors) 15. Regulatory Information - Continued Ingredient(s) - U.S. Regulatory Information - Continued SARA - Fire Hazard Ingredient(s) - State Regulations XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS) New Jersey - Workplace Hazard New Jersey - Environmental Hazard New Jersey - Special Hazard Pennsylvania - Workplace Hazard Pennsylvania - Environmental Hazard Massachusetts - Hazardous Substance New York City - Hazardous Substance J 16. O ther Information HMIS Rating Health: `2 j Fire: 1 Reactivity: 0 PPE: C Revision /Preparer Information MSDS Preparer: EHS Department MSDS Preparer Phone Number: 201 933 8800 This MSDS Supercedes A Previous MSDS Dated: 12/11/2006 Disclaimer i The information contained in this Material Safety Data Sheet applies only to the actual Sika Corporation ( "Sika ") product identified and described herein. This information is not intended to address, nor does it address the use or application of the identified Sika product in combination with any other material, product or process. All of the information set forth herein is based on technical data regarding the identified product that Sika believes to be reliable as of the date hereof. Prior to each use of any Sika product, the user must always read and follow the warnings and instructions on the product's current Technical Data Sheet, product label and Material Safety Data Sheet for each Sika product, which are available at web site and /or telephone number listed in Section 1 of this MSDS. SIKA MAKES NO WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED AND ASSUMES NO LIABILITY ARISING FROM THIS INFORMATION OR ITS USE. SIKA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE UNDER ANY LEGAL THEORY FOR SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES AND SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A MANNER TO INFRINGE ON ANY PATENT OR ANY OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS HELD BY OTHERS. All sales of Sika products are subject to its current terms and conditions of sale available at www.sikacorp.com or 201 - 933 -8800. Sika Corporation F-t1 d Using MSDS Generator'" 2000 Page 5 of 5 -A SEH COTTG 114409 01 -78.00 SEH File Number June 27, 2011 Date To: Tracy Gliori To: Jennifer Levitt TMI Coating Inc City of Cottage Grove Engineer '1 ?91 TPrminnl T)t ive 7516 South 8 0th Street File Location Saint Paul, MN 55121 Cottage Grove, MN 55016 Project: Innsdale Ground Storage Tank Rehabilitation Owner: City of Cottage Grove, Minnesota We are: ® Enclosing ❑ Sending under separate cover 6 fY The following submittals have been reviewed by this office d and are being returned for action as noted. 0 - 0 U Specification 0 Section No. Item Supplier /Manufacturer z 40 90 00 1 Miscellaneous Control Requirements I Telemetry & Process Controls Inc 14 Remarks: Thank you. Action Taken v r E o z a a 0 M ot{ 't7 m s a m c d fY L fY v/ ❑ No action taken. Submittals must first be approved and stamped by the Contractor. By: Doug Klamerus, PE Distribution: Owner 1 Contractor 1 SEH File 1 SEH Proj. Rep. 1 [Bryon Jensen] s:\ae \c \cottg \I 14409 \7- ca \78- submishop drawings \012 - 40 90 00 mist control reqs transmittal 6271 I.docx SHOP DRAWING TRANSMITTAL Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. 13535 Vadnais Center Drive i Saint Paul, MN 55110 -5196 SEH is an equal opportunity employer i www.sehinc.com 1 651.490.2000 1 800.325.2055 1 651.490.2150 fax SUBMITTAL MANUAL Innsdale Ground Storage Tank Rehabilitation Cottage Grove, MN Prepared for: Parsons SHOP DRAWING REVIEW RIEVIEW ,�At WITH DOr�1ME #" NO RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSUMED FOR CORRECTNESS OF DIMENSIONS OR DETAILS REVIEWED P REVIEWED WITH COMMENTS 0 REVISE & RESUBMIT [3 REJECTED EMANUELWWPOOAS INC. CONSULTING 6 R ow� � i elemetry and Process Controls, Inc. -iz . 2500 Series Applications • Mounting brackets available for gates, garage doors, freezers • Rugged construction for long life • Convenient surface mounting • 2507AH is polarity- sensitive with reference to magnet direction Mounting Kits for 2500 Series 3.00° 76.2mm 1 -1940 bracket 2.00° J 50.8mm l Enclosure i 1 0 0 } 2.88" 73.2m 2mm Mounting Mounting Holes 1.00 E--L ,6 Oo 0 4.1 mm dia. Environmental Hermetically Sealed Reed Switch I- -{ 2507A -L .44° c UL us 11.2mm LISTED 0.25 Ohms Mounting Kits for 2500 Series 1092A Garage Door Track Mounting Kit for Model 2505A Includes: General Specifications 1 -1940 bracket 1 -1942 bracket Enclosure Brushed anodized aluminum with ABS } Lead Length plastic end caps (L) 1.00 E--L Temperature Range -40 °F to 150 °F (-40 °C to 65 °C) 25.4mm Environmental Hermetically Sealed Reed Switch I- -{ 2507A -L Encapsulated in Polyurethane 127mm NEMA Rating 1, 2, 3, 4, 4x, 5, 6, 12 0.25 Ohms Protection Class IP 67 2507ADI -L Response Time 1 msec max. 30V Life Cycles 100,000 Under Full Load, 1.5" (3.8cm) Min 3' 10,000,000 Under Dry Circuit SPOT Lead Types /O.D. Stainless Steel Armored Cable 0.25A 0.25 Ohms with #22 wire / (0.28 ") (0.71cm) 3' UL /ULC Listed Most Models 1092A Garage Door Track Mounting Kit for Model 2505A Includes: I n Contact' Configuration 1 -1940 bracket 1 -1942 bracket 1 -1912 bracket Contact Resistance 1 -2505A contact, Lead Length mounting screws mounting screws and instructions i 0.5A 0.2 Ohms 1094A Curtain Door Mounting Kit for Model 2507AH Includes: 1 -1941 bracket I n Contact' Configuration Electrical Load Rating (AC /DC) 1 -1942 bracket Switching Current (AC/DC) Contact Resistance 1- 2507AH contact, Lead Length 2505A -L mounting screws 7.5WNA 100V and instructions Order r Part Number I n Contact' Configuration Electrical Load Rating (AC /DC) Specificatio Switching Voltage (AC /DC) Switching Current (AC/DC) Contact Resistance Sense Range' Nominal Lead Length 2505A -L N.O. 7.5WNA 100V 0.5A 0.2 Ohms 3.0" (7.6cm) 3' 2507A -L SPOT 3WNA 30V 0.25A 0.25 Ohms 3.0° (7.6cm) 3' 2507ADI -L DPDT 3WNA 30V 0.25A 0.25 Ohms 1.5" (3.8cm) Min 3' 2507AH -1- SPOT 3WNA 30V 0.25A 0.25 Ohms 0.8" (1.9cm) Min 3' Warning— Each electrical rating is an individual maximum and cannot he exceededl I Configuration with actuator away from the switch 2 Proximity of ferrous materials usually reduces sense range — typically by 50 %. The shape and type of material cause a wide diversity of effects. Testing is required to determine actual sense range for specific applications. As measured on a nonferrous surface. Gap distances are nominal make distance ±20 %. Gap Specifications are for switch to make. Break distance is approximately 1.1 to 1.5 times make. 3 Note: 2507AH biased type temperature rating: -20 °F to 150 °F ( -28 °C to 65 1 C). 4 Not LILC Listed Clearwater Tech - Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 208.368.0415 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info @clrwtr.com ENCLOSURE Manufacturer: Part #: Panel Part #: Hoffman Al2R10HCR Al2N10P Telemetry and Process Controls, Inc. 11320 Upper 33rd Street North Lake Elmo, MN55042 651 -430 -0435 (F) 651- 430 -0783 A PEHIMR COM-Y 31 8 mn .31 8 rTM 22 x 41 6 mn 10 nm (4X) — _ _ _ _ _ -----j 1 I E --- I I I A -1. I I OPENING D I I II II II II II II e -1. _ 2s OPENING I L - -- -- -J I II-- -- - - - -,I L - - -- —� 3.00 76 mn W = FF / 44 11 mn PANEL (ORDER SEPARATELY) B — Hinged -Cover Type 311 Enclosures A G L Contractor: hype 3111 1.62 1.62 41 mn 41 mn 1,62 1.62 41 mm 41 mm 1.62 ,62 1 41 rnm n1.62 162 41 mn B C p E F G ; J� l I 4n + + I 0+(M + 1 m 0.31 3/4 1/2- 3/4- i/2- 3/4- 1/2- 3/4- 1/2- 3/4- 8 mn 1 3/4 1 3/4 1 3/4 1 3/4 1 ¢1.38 01 .09 CONDUIT SIZES 35 mn 28 mm Knockout Pattern (from outside of box) C2577 -C NOTE: Refer to table for applicable knockout pattern. 2 Subject to change without notice PH (763) 422 -2211 - FX (763) 422 -2600 - hoffmanoniine.com O 2009 Hoffman Enclosures Inc. Spec -00265 C TEMPERATURE SWITCH Manufacturer: Part #: Peco TRF 115 -005 Telemetry and Process Controls, Inc, 11320 Upper 33rd Street North Lake Elmo, MN55042 651- 430 -0435 (F) 651 - 430 -0783 One control for heating & cooling, makes use centralized & easy. Hugged, weather resistant enclosure, enabling placement most anywhere. Tolerates moist conditions, performs despite water spray, high humidity, airborne contaminates & moderately corrosive conditions. Large, visible dial, making set point temperatures clear. Enclosures comply with N.E.O. Article 547, giving code compliance peace -of -mind. Built from corrosion resistant materials, allowing long life & reliable performance in most demanding climates. UL listed & GSA certified. Typical applications are anywhere a rugged, weatherproof mechanical thermostat will best control refrigeration, industrial heating /cooling or staged heat/cool/ventilation systems. Walk -in coolers >� Freezers ® Fans Dampers b Factory & industrial buildings > Greenhouses Garages Warehouses Animal confinement buildings, including those for poultry or livestock. Tough industrial application thermostats that are built for long -term, reliable performance while withstanding harsh climate conditions. 277 VAC 10.0 A 60.0A 22.0 A 125 VA Suitable for 24 VAc operation Model 1 Part No. I Temp. Range Diff. TF1 15 & TRF1 15 3.1' JPE�CO Sn' � : TH109 JPECO Dimensions I Switch Action TF11 15-023 1 70254 1 -30° F to 100° F I Fixed 6 F i 3.1PWX6.5'HX2.5"D TRF115-007 1 69320 1-30*Fto100'F1 Fixed 6F f I 3.1" W x 6.5" H x 2.5" D SPDT SPDT 8' Copper Remote CS9 @M91 TechniozifData Wiring Connections Two Speed Cooling L1 W1BET4D1Z)ALCWR CROLRTAIN CCNT;I-L TF1 15-001 'a FF1 15-023 B�u �BLACK LfffTi5 =-005 wWwL TRF1 15-007 GREEN -tN EEN vau (GRN D�) F I TH109-009 WRING DIAGRAM TWO STAGE THERMOSTAT Two Speed Heating BROWN BLACK n Double pole, double T EMP RISE throw contacts LOW HIGH MMN MACK operate sequentially TEMP L U TEMP 7QY'(U 9A1 with 3° F (1.7 C) nominal separation on temperature rise or fall. z z PINK JE R ED JIA�T ALL j 0 2 HEATING LOADS Kul COOLING LOADS Two Stage Cooling Two Stage Heating Auto Changeover Control 1 Heat/1 Cool With TF dead band Ll 1: CR2r7ut; M1} Pk MN - HAoi 0, owle'ur" WN an MCI -1 MU OXUWL�q T DS-71094115 6110 Automaf0f& 0- 7 8 a 4� 647 or n 't Peo PEC 'rU' I'!, oll 7;8 WWW-p Uf" 66' 0 001M Cottage Grove, Minnesota Innsdale Ground Storage Tank Rehabilitation Drawing Index Well NO. 6 RTU Input Module Wiring Diagram Electrical Installation Details 22114 -605 EP1 SCADA &- Telemetry for Utilities and Industries 3 ( +24.V) 117 01 POWER FAIL (CONTROL POWER) 02 UPS FAIL 03 PHASE FAIL (PHASE MONITOR INPUT CONTROL INC. STILLWATER MN FROM PUMP PANEL) 04 81st ST. RESERVOIR LEVEL TRANSMITTER DATE PANEL POWER FAIL 05 PROJECT NO. 06 81st ST. RESERVOIR LEVEL TRANSMITTER GROVE MN. PANEL UPS FAIL 07 08 81st ST. RESERVOIR VAULT FLOOD 09 NO.6 RTU 10 81st ST. RESERVOIR DRAWING N0, LEVEL TRANSMITTER MODULE PANEL LOW TEMP. 11 PUMP RUN 12 SECURITY ALARM 13 ALARM TANK VAULT 14 INTRUSION SWITCH 15 SPARE 16 17 18 CR106 1X 14 UPS i aNTACT 7 & 3O2 117 ------ � - - - - -- 303 TVSS3i 117 e�U -r ate}_ _�/ —�-} 2- - t O 1 3 117 117 �2. PUR 3 117 LD-0 f-CO- P K [ 2 4 1 117 - - - - -- - - - - -- 1311 117 --),,o- - - - 31- 2 •- 0 -- - - -- -i 313 117 -- 117 - -�0 - - 314 - — - 314 117 1,315 REV. B: REFERENCE NOTES 1 & 3 ON PLAN DRAWING "EP1 ". RAM BY iic DATE -03 PU T TELEMETRY AND PROCESS CHECKED 9Y DATE2 CONTROL INC. STILLWATER MN w— APPROVED BY DATE PROJECT NAME PROJECT NO. COTTAGE GROVE MN. 22114 SCADA SYSTEM UPGRADE TITLE WELL NO.6 RTU DRAWING N0, INPUT MODULE WIRING D IAGRAM 22114 -605 DC COM 1 1/4 1/5 1/6 1/7 DC COM 2 1/8 1/9 1/10 1/11 REV. B: ADDED INTRUSION SWITCH UNDER JOB #2111007(605) B FIELD 6 -02 -11 REV. CHANGE B REVISIONS ALLEN BRADLEY (COM) MICROLOGIX 1500 113 PLC211 INPUTS - - -0 DC COM 0 I/O I/1 I/2 04 1/3 rrr*ow �NSx�, e i t TANK EQUIP. L OCATION DETAIL yr- m W-rol . vx W 1 i �F G-i7 ve� W�r s+n LIGHTING PANEL LP uau+mnc 4fiFKY EouiroN ELCiR;CeL RO>u iN BASE OF TAM sExncE AEaS 1bE15 IDD 20/2 H/SE tr.RE LZTM 3 L6TE0. Bernxxs ERT. D H MEOHWR'.LLEY DRFFIDG(ED, WTED t3%AC, k BON NEUtRAL TO GROIA.U. C+RCUT DES^.italWN BW ttTPAIE OM PI W Atf {,PAT iOaD IN V ORt Bp! CEKUi CFSCYGPTION _ � -h1 DE_ OURETB -YPwP EOO EDDY __ 2P POFER UfEff! POlrER �NFFAT WRE B -VAULT SPPAE 1M1P tOd6 __- 1 -- 56E0 1P 0 1 P 3011P GENEMTOR POA£P EM •b( iOP SPME 1Sa1P ISAtP 1 - - -_ -__ 6 2M1 TNIK LDP OUR SPME __ VaT(f fl[iBRE SiNEDVLE . M �/ r�in4�t �Iru4 n. I l.)iN cfl — ' r6i4•rt -S ReEPr '� W MR ,___ IJF M>Cfo a umru mrcVXarrt r[v! vu /nT. V TAN(Z K VAULT DET R 4Qe6 3 tS w+cram � �Y INTRUSION SWITCH DETAIL EPt r p �Pa vr�.New 9�koi( ��+ �nn.�o s`vrrE'�,orxa" s 3o[i j _ H D Qv4v *nvsPema ua m+n oc � 4:3�. 0 R 4Qe6 3 tS w+cram � �Y INTRUSION SWITCH DETAIL EPt p �Pa vr�.New 9�koi( ��+ �nn.�o s`vrrE'�,orxa" s 3o[i j _ H Qv4v *nvsPema ua m+n oc � 4:3�. R 4Qe6 3 tS w+cram � �Y INTRUSION SWITCH DETAIL EPt Telemetry and Process Controls, Inc. Warranty Telemetry & Process Controls, Inc. guarantees its controls and control systems to be free from defects in material and workmanship, for 12 months upon acceptance of the system. Should the defect be minor, the purchaser will be expected to attempt first echelon repairs using materials and guidance supplied by Telemetry and Process Controls, Inc. If a defect should result from design error, and both Telemetry &Process Controls, Inc. and the purchaser recognize this `error as the cause of defect, Telemetry and Process Controls, Inc. will correct the : err`or to meet the specifications under "ich the equipment was delivered. Telemetry & Process Controls, Inc. retains the right to return the defective equipment to the company's facilities for repair should this course be deemed necessary or advisable. Components used by Telemetry & Process Controls, Inc. but manufactured by others are warranted only to' the extent of the manufacturer's guarantee. This warranty does not apply to any equipment;: or portion thereof, which becomes defective through misuse, mishandling, or environmental conditions exceeding specifications,- after delivery. Telemetry & Process Controls, Inc. service personnel will aid in the isolati operational problems to equipment supplied by others to the extent possible based upon the relationship of the equipment's relationship to t6-controls system supplied byTelemetry and Process Controls, Inc. No other warranties, expressed or implied, shall apply to any equipment sold under this warranty, and the foregoing shall constitute the purchaser's sole rights under the agreed terms of this warranty. In no circumstances shall Telemetry & Process Controls, Inc. assume liability for loss, damage, or consequential expense arising directly or indirectly from the use of its equipment, separately, or in combination with other equipment. Telemetry and Process Controls, Inc. • Lake Ebro, MN 55042 TPC 10'1 0"�Bl(liR "ti�_asi emanuelson -podas consulting engineers SHOP DRAWING REVIEW FORM Project: Cottage Grove, MN Project No. EP #3332, SEH# COTTG 114409 Engineer: Emanuelson Podas, Inc. 10401 Bren Rd E Minnetonka, MN 55343 -9046 SPECIFICATION SECTIONS: 40 90 00 and Drawings CE1, and EP1. Checking is only for conformance with the design concept of the project and compliance with the information given in the Contract Documents. Contractor is responsible for quantities and dimensions to be confirmed and correlated at the job site; for information that pertains solely to the fabrication processes or to techniques of construction; and for coordination of the work of all trades. • NO EXCEPTIONS TAKEN ❑ REJECTED • REVISE AND RESUBMIT (PARTIAL) D MAKE CORRECTIONS (See Comments Below) NOTED: BY: Kim Hovey (952)540 -4025 DATE: June 15 2011 EMANUELSON -PODAS - CONSULTING ENGINEERS MINNETONKA, MINNESOTA Comments: 1. Reference: Drawing CE1, Keynotes 4 & 5 plus Specification 40 90 00 — 3.02 — Note that contractor accepted additive alternates for intrusion switches mounted in other existing vaults. Drawings similar to 22114 -605 will need to be updated with minor SCADA system updates to database and graphics. NOTE. RESPOND IN WRITING TO THOSE ITEMS WHERE WRITTEN, RESUBMITTAL NOT REQUIRED. END OF REVIEW FORM SEH SHOP DRAWING TRANSMITTAL COTTG 11440 01 -78.00 To: Tracy Gliori TMI Coating Inc 3291 Terminal Drive SEH File Number File Location June 13, 2011 Date To: Jennifer Levitt City of Cottage Grove Engineer 7516 South 8 0th Street Saint Paul, MN 55121 Cottage Grove, MN 55016 Project: Innsdale Ground Storage Tank Rehabilitation Owner: City of Cottage Grove, Minnesota We are: ® Enclosing ❑ Sending under separate cover The following submittals have been reviewed by this office and are being returned for action as noted. Specification Section No. 26 50 00 Remarks: Thank you. Electrical Gear Item Cathodic Protection Supplier /Manufacturer Action Taken E o z U) t d c 2 U- V v U) . 0 U 0 6 z 4 s -1 ❑ No action taken. Submittals must first be approved and stamped by the Contractor. By: Doug Klamerus, PE Distribution: Owner 1 Contractor 4/1 SEH File 1 SEH Proj. Rep. 1 [Bryon Jensen] s:\ae \c \cottg \l 14409 \7- ca \78- subm\shop drawings \egear & cathodic proctection r &r & r d by kh & dz.docx Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. 13535 Vadnais Center Drive I Saint Paul, MN 55110 -5196 SEH is an equal opportunity employer I www.sehinc.com 1 651.490.2000 1 800.325.2055 1 651.490.2150 fax J-.A SEH SHOP DRAWING TRANSMITTAL COTTG 114409 To: Tracy Gliori TMI Coating Inc 3291 Terminal Drive Saint Paul, MN 55121 Cottage Grove, MN 55016 Project: Innsdale Ground Storage Tank Rehabilitation Owner: City of Cottage Grove, Minnesota 01 -78.00 SEH File Number File Location May 23, 2011 Date To: Jennifer Levitt City of Cottage Grove Engineer 7516 South 80 Street We are: ® Enclosing ❑ Sending under separate cover The following submittals have been reviewed by this office and are being returned for action as noted. Specification Section No. Item Lighting Fixtures Supplier /Manufacturer TMI Coatings Remarks: Thank you. ❑ No action taken. Submittals must first be approved and stamped by the Contractor. By: D oug Klamerus, PE N m Q 0 U 0 6 z � Action Taken w o z E � y d a z 'c 06 of a d Q d LL IY Distribution: Owner 1 Contractor 1 SEH File 1 SEH Proj. Rep. 1 [Bryon Jensen] amc s:\ae \c \cottg \I 14409 \7- ca \78- subm\shop drawings \010 - lighting fixtures fac by kh.docx Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. 13535 Vadnais Center Drive I Saint Paul, MN 55110 -5196 SEH is an equal opportunity employer i www.sehinc.com 1 651.490.2000 1 800.325.2055 1 651.490.2150 fax emanuelson -podas ' consulting engineers SHOP DRAWING REVIEW FORM Project: Cottage Grove, MN Project No. EP #3332, SEH# COTTG 114409 Engineer: Emanuelson Podas, Inc. 10401 Bren Rd E Minnetonka, MN 55343 -9046 SPECIFICATION SECTIONS: Lighting 26 50 00, Drawing EP1, Detail 2. 10401 Men Road Ea Minnetonka, MN! Ph (fi.52) 0310-0050 Checking is only for conformance with the design concept of the project and compliance with the information given in the Contract Documents. Contractor is responsible for quantities and dimensions to be confirmed and correlated at the job site; for information that pertains solely to the fabrication processes or to techniques of construction; and for coordination of the work of all trades. ❑ NO EXCEPTIONS TAKEN ❑ REJECTED ❑REVISE AND RESUBMIT (PARTIAL) [H] MAKE CORRECTIONS (See Comments Below) NOTED: BY: Kim Hovey DATE: May 13, 2011 /N}� EMANUELSON -PODAS - CONSULTING ENGINEERS MINNETONKA, MINNESOTA Comments: Lighting Fixture "B" 1. Fluorescent fixture submitted does not meet requirements of the fixture specified. a. Fixture specified requires 2 -18W lamps and fixture overall length is 31 ", not 49- 3/4 "7. b. Fixture specified requires mounting bracket accessory that allows the lamp axis to be rotated as needed; fixture submitted has no rotation option. Both part number and electrical plans clearly indicate this rotational option. See attached Catalog Cuts: Provide fixture as specified. Provide written confirmation NOTE. RESPOND IN WRITING TO THOSE ITEMS WHERE WRITTEN CONFIRMATION IS REQUESTED. COMPLETE RESUBMITTAL IS NOT REQUIRED. END OF REVIEW FORM A X. FE Series Nonmetallic Fluorescent Luminaires Standard and Emergency Battery Back -Up, Increased Safety Zone 1 &2 -21 &22 G 112GD ATEX / IECEx IPS6167 — IK10 Applications • Can be installed in hazardous areas designated as Zone 1, 2, 21 and 22. • For use in locations where a high degree of corrosion resistance is required. • For indoor /outdoor use where protection against dirt, water and moisture is necessary. • Typical applications include oil refineries, petrochemical facilities, pulp and paper mills, food processing plants, warehouses, underground tunnels and general manufacturing facilities. Features • Corrosion - resistant fiberglass reinforced polyester body and hinged polycarbonate lens. • High impact resistance housing (20 Joules — IK10) from -40 °F to 131 °F / -40 °C to 55 °C ambient temperature and wind profile for use in extreme offshore and onshore environments. • Latch assembly and elastomer gasket seals against water and dust ingress, IP66/67. • Easily accessed for maintenance using Allen key or straight blade screwdriver. • Central opening with unique patented release system to prevent damage. • Hinged parabolic reflector for high lumen output efficiency. • Vibration resistant spring loaded lampholders for bi -pin (G13) or mono -pin (Fa6) versions. • Positive safety switch disconnects power to lamps and ballast to allow maintenance in hazardous locations. • Electronic multi -tap ballast 110 to 254 VacNdc +/- 10% 50/60 Hz, for global applications. High power factor electronic ballast (>0.95). EOL (End Of Life) protection in accordance to the latest EN /IEC 60079 -7 standard. • Two channel ballast prevents dark areas by allowing one lamp to remain lit if one fails. • Ballast plug -in with Ex a connector for quick and error -free maintenance. • Available in 3 hours emergency version, including multi -tap ballast with built -in monthly self test. Test results through multi- colored LED. • Ex a battery with plug -in connector for maintenance in hazardous location. Standard Materials • Fiberglass reinforced polyester housing • Polycarbonate lens • Elastomer gasket • Highly reflective white polycarbonate internal reflector • Mounting accessories available in different materials such as gray painted aluminum, zinc plated steel, galvanized steel or 316 stainless steel Options • Silicone coating for added protection in H 2 hydrogen sulfide environments. • Without safety switch. • Level gauge light fitting. • 316 stainless steel fixing inserts. O With ceiling position use at 104 T140 °C ambient temperature 2 x 58 W 2x36W 2x18W Certifications and Compliances • Certification Type: FLe • Zones 1 and 2 — Conforming to ATEX 94/9/CE: CE 0081 G II 2 G — ATEX/IEC Protection: Ex de IIC or Ex demb IIC (emergency version) r — T Rating: T5 © to T4 • Zone 21 and 22 — Conforming to ATEX 94/9/CE: CE 0081 ® II 2 D z — ATEX/IEC Protection: Ex tD A21 r*+ — Surface Temperature: 167 °F/75 °C • Ambient Temperature: -40 °F to 131 °F / -40 °C to 55 °C �°, • CE Declaration of Conformity: 50201 c • ATEX Certificate: LCIE 07 ATEX 6017 a • IECEx Certificate: LCIE Ex 04.0017 0 • Other Certifications: GOST, Marine Listed UL 1598A y • Index of Protection (solid & liquid): IP66/67 • Impact Resistance (shock): IK10 • Ex Standards: EN / IEC 60079 -0; 60079 -1; 60079 -7; 60079 -18; 61241 -0; 61241 -1 1 • Product Standards: EN / IEC 60598 -1; 60598 -2 -22 T • EMC Standards: EN / IEC 55015; 61547 s • Other Standards: EN / IEC 60529 (IP); 62262 (IK) 1 CD 0 N rn a Visit our website at www.applatonelec.com or contact us at (800) 621 -1506. 1 081 ® September 2010 (RApple -ton Q M" VE C� �° Q D�o� �� � Ui�or���r gENNg o�u�� Standard and Emergency Battery Back-Up. hereased Safety Dimensions in Inches /Millimeters Surface /Suspension Mounting 18 Watt \` 36 Watt 15.75 " / 2 X MB 2 X MB ` - 400.0 mm 27.56 " / 700.0 mm 30.91 "/785.0 mm 54.72 % 1390.0 mm 6 End View 27.56•/ 700.0 mm 2 X M8 ff145R.0 71 mm •/ 66.54 ° / 1690.0 mm 217.0 mm Pole Mounting 18 Watt 01 ' 65"/ 10.19 42.0 mm 25 8.8 mm SO.Omm . 30.91 " /785.Omm-� 36 Watt 1.99 " / 54.72 " / 1390.0 mm 50.0 mm End Yew 5.71"/ 145.0 mm 8.58 " / 218.0 mm Emergency Pale Mounting 18 Watt 01.65"/ 10.19'/ 42.0 mm - 258.8 mm 1 3.58 ° / 1.0 mm 1.99 4.72•1 '/ 120.0 mm 50.0 mm 30.911/ 785.0 mm 39.37 ° / 1000.0 mm End View 145.0 mm 8.58 " / 218.0 mm c� - z r+� z n 0 GO) m O a z 0 a C0 m v 1 a a r C 0 T CO) C M" 2C W Visit our website at www.appletanelec.com or contact us at (800) 621 -1506. 1091 © September 2010 A — .T - . X - . a FE Series Nonmetallic Fluorescent Luminaires Accessories Standard and Emergency Battery Sack -Up. Increased Safety Visit our website at www.appletonelec.com or contact us at (800) 621 -1506. 1089 ® September 2010 @Appleton° Description Pack Catalog Number Fixing Brackets Set of two brackets for surface installation Zinc plated steel 1 FEFBZ 316 stainless steel 1 FEFBS Brackets for Surface Mounting Set of two o Aluminum (gray painted) 1 FEHBA 316 stainless steel 1 FEFBS M8 Ring Bolts Set of two O Zinc plated steel 1 FERBMBZ Half Clamps Brackets for Pole Mounting Set of two Dia. 1.65 to 1.93" / 42 to 49 mm pole (1.25 to 1.5" / 31.8 to 38.1 mm tube) ta Zinc plated steel 1 316 stainless steel 1 FEHC49Z F€HC49S Dia. 2.36 " /60 mm pole (2750.8mm tube) Zinc plated steel 1 FEHC60Z 316 stainless steel 1 FEHC60S Wall Mounting Adaptor r For pole mounting version (dia. 1.65 " /42 mm) ca Galvanized steel 1 FEWMG c rn i go rack te`s� o Set of two brackets for adjusting luminaire A Aluminum 1 FEHBA a o ll"r� 316 stainless steel 1 FEH y Fall Prevention 1 � Safety chain retains fixture temporarily to ease installation m ° I For M25 cable entry 1 FESCM25 For M20 cable entry 1 FESCM20 M ' I Adaptor for Fa8 Tube on Fab Lampholder C 1 096905 O E V M Z Visit our website at www.appletonelec.com or contact us at (800) 621 -1506. 1089 ® September 2010 @Appleton° FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: MAY 5, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 10 -LIGHT FIXTURES Attached are light fixture data sheets from Parsons Electric. Enclosed: Product data sheets Vp:mydocuments /tmij /submittal 10 —light fixtures PARSONS ELECTRIC COTTAGE GROVE TANK 295 Phalen Blvd. Ste. 100 St. Paul, MN 55130 Ph: 651 - 227 -0172 Fax: 651 - 227 -6840 LIGHT FIXTURES 43693 TH APORGARD Incandescent Cl, I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, c, 0 1 L Luminaires (All mounting except stanchion) Wet Locations NEMA 3, 3R Applications: Vaporgard series incandescent luminaires are used: • Indoors or outdoors in industrial locations where enclosed and gasketed fixtures are required • In tunnels, building entrances and similar locations, where moisture, dirt, chemicals, vibration or rough usage are a problem • For flush or surface mounting on ceiling or wall; pendant or in conduit systems; with or without a cast outlet box Features: • Designed to exclude dirt, moisture and corrosive vapors from the interior of the luminaires and the conduit system • There are no screws to remove as the shock - absorbing socket strap is keyhole slotted and removes quickly for ease of wiring • The glass globe -guard assembly is installed and /or removed as a unit, making it necessary to handle only one piece in relamping • There are no crevices to accumulate a dirt or dust build -up and fixture has an attractive finish with a smooth, dust and dirt shedding design • Configurated glass globe has vertical fluting and stippled bottom which provides for more even light distribution and glare elimination • For non - hazardous locations, shatterproof plastic polycarbonate globes are available for use with the 200 watt series • Reversible offset socket mounting strap permits use of various size lamps while holding light center in same position for maximum light output and efficiency • Shock absorbing medium base lamp socket Krydon® fiberglass- reinforced polyester reflectors: • Reflectance is equivalent to the finest porcelain enamel • Cannot corrode - no enamel to chip and rust • Ultraviolet inhibitors are incorporated in the material to prevent discoloration and brittleness Certifications and Compliances: • Wet locations • NEC /CEC: Class I, Division 2 • UL Standard: 1598 • CSA Standard: C22.2 No. 9 • UL/CSA Fixture Fitting Standard Materials: • Bodies and guards - copper -free aluminum • Globes -Heat and impact resistant tempered glass - Colored glass non - tempered (G55, G56, G57, G58) - Plastic polycarbonate (G63, G65, G67) • Reflectors - Krydon® fiberglass - reinforced polyester Standard Finishes: • Bodies and guards - epoxy powder coat • Krydon material -high reflectance white Options: The following options are available from the factory by adding suffix to fixture Cat. No.: Description Suffix • Teflon coating on globe for increased shatter protection (G24 globe 200 watt series only) ............ 5808 • 250V nameplate for export applications ............... /250 • Plastic polycarbonate see globe ..... ............................... page 856 Ratings (Electrical /Size): • Up to 300 watt, PS -30 medium base lamp • ' /2 " to 1 hubs • 120V nameplate is standard - for NEC compliance • 250V nameplate is optional. Supplied when ordered with suffix: /250 Class 1, Division 2 Temperature Performance Data: (Based on 40 °C ambient) Supply Lamp Watts T Number Wire °C 150 T2A 150 °C 200 T213 200 °C 300 T213 150 °C Crouse -Hinds www.crouse- hinds.com US: 1 -666- 764 -5454 CAN: 1 -800- 265 -0502 Copyright' 2010 Cooper Crouse -Hinds 853 APOROARDT" Incandescent a. 1, Div. 2, Groups A, B, c, D 1 L Luminaires Wet Locations NEMA 3, 3R Enclosed and Gasketed Wall Mount - VXHT Series Wall Mount - Adapter Kit Wall Mount wit Junction Box - VXHBF Series F 4 1 J Stanchion Mou VXHA Series Note: All fixtures supplied with ' /z" reducers, except for pendant mount. Grouse- blinds www.crouse- hinds.com US: 1-866-764-5454 CAN: 1-800-265-0502 CopydghV 2010 Cooper Crouse -Hinds 855 Luminaire Components Cat. #s Wall Bracket Hub Max. Complete Cat. # Mounting Size Series Lamp Size with globe /guard Module Body Globe Guard /: or' /." 150 150 watt A -21 VXHT25GP VXT20 VXH15 G54 P50 / or' /," 200 200 watt VXHT22GP VXT20 VXH12 G24 P21 Yz or 3 4" 300 watt PS- 25 & PS -30 PS - VXHT23GP VXT20 VXH13 G34/G251 P22 Description Cat. # Mounts wall mount VXHT Series to a 4" Round Box VXT Ki h Luminaire Components Cat. #s Wall Bracket Hub Max. Complete Cat. # Mounting Junction Size Series Lamp Size with globe /guard Module Body Globe Guard Box /2 or 1 14 150 150 watt A -21 VXHBF25GP VXT20 VXH15 G54 P50 VXF20 /z or 1 4 200 watt A-2 3 A -2 VXHBF22GP VXT20 VXH12 G24 P21 VXF20 / or'/ ° 300 watt PS - PS- 25 & PS -30 VXHBF23GP VXT20 VXH13 G34/G251 P22 VXF20 nt - Luminaire Components Cat. #s Stanchion Hub Max. Complete Cat. # Mounting Size Series Lamp Size with globe /guard Module Body Globe Guard 150 watt A -21 VXHA45GP VXA4 VXH15 G54 P50 200 watt A -23 VXHA42GP VXA4 VXH12 G24 P21 1 , / ", watt PS - PS- 25 & PS -30 VXHA43GP VXA4 VXH13 G34/G251 P22 Note: All fixtures supplied with ' /z" reducers, except for pendant mount. Grouse- blinds www.crouse- hinds.com US: 1-866-764-5454 CAN: 1-800-265-0502 CopydghV 2010 Cooper Crouse -Hinds 855 IDEAL FOR FOOD PROCESSING PLANTS $€i� �2E�.c�C4�t1115 Class 1, Division 2, Groups A, B, . C & D Class 1, Zone 2, Groups llC dust dirt vapor smoke fumes moisture COOPE Crouse -Hinds P Pi l f X 1 COOPE Crouse -Hinds nonmetallic fluorescent fixture RNMEEMEMEMEMMEMEWM • Where dust, dirt, combustible vapors, smoke, fumes, moisture, corrosive and wet conditions are present, such as in waste water and sewage treatment plants. • Where lamps may be broken due to physical abuse or movable equipment, such as in manufacturing areas or warehouses. • Where cleanliness and sanitation are prime factors such as in dairies, canneries, food processing plants, bottling plants and laboratories, • In dock areas for protection against salt spray. • In areas where low mounting height and the even light distribution associated with a linear type light source are required. 3 r s±i s L fe l e c f , I fir "+ " "0,44 V locati UL Listed 844 UL and cUL Wet lt' '. Photometric Data: Fixture: All NFL Fixtures To determine number and placement of fixtures, see Lighting Selector Guide in Section L. iW 200 300 400 903 1100 Ambient temperature range suitability: • Two lamp, 32 W T8, 4 -ft fixture -18oG to 55eC • All others OeC to 55T Supply wire 75°13 min. MOM c.r^� r - a•, pv � i �' -�y 31 # �'' fi"si ', 3i pct`" a a �8 #t �,�e� I�X Fiberglass Lens - clear * Consult Cooper Crouse -Hinds for availability of these options 1 For non - hazardous locations Photometric data, developed using two (2) F32T8/35K (2850 lumens each lamp) represents the performance W all NFL series fixtures. • Coefficient of Utlizalion -These values are for all NFL series fixtures (Do not use multipliers). • Candlepower Distribution Curve (In candelas) and Zonal Lumens -These values are for all NFL series fixtures, adjusted by conversion factors (multipliers) below, Conversion Fixture Lamp Type Factor Series Quantity Watts (Lumens ea.) (multipliers) NFL4232 2 32 F32T8f35K 1.0 (2850) NFL4240 2 34 F40T12 /RS 0.93 (2650) NFL2140 1 40 T5 Long Mein tube 0.55 FT40W /26IVRS (3150) Example: • Candlepower at 20 across for NFL4232 using 2 +32T8135K lamps (5100 lumen total) Is 1971 candelas. • Candlepower at 20• across for NFL2140 using 1 T5 compact lamp (3100 lumen total) is 1071 x.55 = 589 candelas. Coefficient of Utilization: For all NFL Series Light Fixtures Effective Floor Cavity Reflectance 20 % REFLECTANCE ROOM CAVITY RATIO EN. Ceiling Wall 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 70 .63 .75 .68 .62 .56 .51 .47 .44 .40 .37 80 5o .78 .67 .59 ,52 .45 .40 .36 .32 .29 .26 30 .74 .61 .52 .44 .38 .33 .29 .25 .22 .20 10 .71 .56 .46 .39 .32 28 .24 .20 .17 15 70 .60 .72 .65 .59 .54 .49 .46 .42 .39 .36 70 50 .76 165 .57 SO .44 .39 .35 .31 .28 .26 30 .72 .60 151 .43 .37 .32 .28 .25 .22 .19 10 .69 .55 .46 .38 .32 .2 7 .23 .20 .17 .15 50 .71 .61 .54 .47 .42 .37 .33 .30 .27 .24 50 30 .68 .57 .48 .42 .35 .31 .27 .24 .21 .19 10 .66 .53 .44 .37 .31 26 .23 .20 .17 .15 50 .67 .58 .51 .45 .39 .35 .32 .28 .25 .23 30 30 .65 .54 .46 .40 .34 .30 .26 .23 .20 .18 10 .62 .51 .42 .36 -30 .26 .22 .19 .16 .14 50 .63 .54 .48 .42 .37 .33 .30 .27 .24 .22 10 30 .61 .51 .44 .38 .33 .29 .25 .22 .19 .17 10 .59 .48 .41 .35 .29 .25 .22 .18 .16 .14 0 0 .57 .45 .39 .33 .27 .23 .20 .17 .14 .12 Celcon- Is a trade name of Hoechst Celanese • Fused ............................. S658 • Factory assembled with lamps installed .. FA • Battery Backup Emergency Ballastt (NFL 2140 and NFL 4232 only) ......... S799* • Increased Impact - Resistant Acrylic Lens.. DR1295046* • Polycarbonate Lens . I ................ DR1295306* • Stainless Steel Latches ............... S863* • Tamperproof Latches .......... . ...... S861 * * Consult Cooper Crouse -Hinds for availability of these options 1 For non - hazardous locations Photometric data, developed using two (2) F32T8/35K (2850 lumens each lamp) represents the performance W all NFL series fixtures. • Coefficient of Utlizalion -These values are for all NFL series fixtures (Do not use multipliers). • Candlepower Distribution Curve (In candelas) and Zonal Lumens -These values are for all NFL series fixtures, adjusted by conversion factors (multipliers) below, Conversion Fixture Lamp Type Factor Series Quantity Watts (Lumens ea.) (multipliers) NFL4232 2 32 F32T8f35K 1.0 (2850) NFL4240 2 34 F40T12 /RS 0.93 (2650) NFL2140 1 40 T5 Long Mein tube 0.55 FT40W /26IVRS (3150) Example: • Candlepower at 20 across for NFL4232 using 2 +32T8135K lamps (5100 lumen total) Is 1971 candelas. • Candlepower at 20• across for NFL2140 using 1 T5 compact lamp (3100 lumen total) is 1071 x.55 = 589 candelas. Coefficient of Utilization: For all NFL Series Light Fixtures Effective Floor Cavity Reflectance 20 % REFLECTANCE ROOM CAVITY RATIO EN. Ceiling Wall 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 70 .63 .75 .68 .62 .56 .51 .47 .44 .40 .37 80 5o .78 .67 .59 ,52 .45 .40 .36 .32 .29 .26 30 .74 .61 .52 .44 .38 .33 .29 .25 .22 .20 10 .71 .56 .46 .39 .32 28 .24 .20 .17 15 70 .60 .72 .65 .59 .54 .49 .46 .42 .39 .36 70 50 .76 165 .57 SO .44 .39 .35 .31 .28 .26 30 .72 .60 151 .43 .37 .32 .28 .25 .22 .19 10 .69 .55 .46 .38 .32 .2 7 .23 .20 .17 .15 50 .71 .61 .54 .47 .42 .37 .33 .30 .27 .24 50 30 .68 .57 .48 .42 .35 .31 .27 .24 .21 .19 10 .66 .53 .44 .37 .31 26 .23 .20 .17 .15 50 .67 .58 .51 .45 .39 .35 .32 .28 .25 .23 30 30 .65 .54 .46 .40 .34 .30 .26 .23 .20 .18 10 .62 .51 .42 .36 -30 .26 .22 .19 .16 .14 50 .63 .54 .48 .42 .37 .33 .30 .27 .24 .22 10 30 .61 .51 .44 .38 .33 .29 .25 .22 .19 .17 10 .59 .48 .41 .35 .29 .25 .22 .18 .16 .14 0 0 .57 .45 .39 .33 .27 .23 .20 .17 .14 .12 Celcon- Is a trade name of Hoechst Celanese nonmetallic fluorescent fixture I I _ Fixture Cat # Lamp Description Voltage /Hz Fixture Weight (Ih) NFL2140/120 120 V, 60 Hz NFL2140/277 (1) 2 -ft lamp 40 W, T5, single- ended, 4 -pin 277 V, 60 Hz 9.1 long twin tube (FT40W /21311 /RS) NFL _ 347 V, 60 Hz �.� NFL4232/120 120 V, 60 Hz _ NFL4232/277 (2) 4 -ft lamps 2 W, T8, rapid start 277 V, 60 Hz 14.3 NFL4232/347 l� 347 V, 60 Hz NFL 42321230 /� 220 -240 V, 50 -60 Hz NFL4240/120 120 V, 60 Hz NFL4240/277 (2) 4 -ft lamps 34 W, T12, "F40 Style;'rapid start 277 V, 60 Hz 14.3 NFL4240/347 347 V, 60 Hz Basic Watts Ambient Lamp Supply Wire Class I, Div. 2 Class II Simultaneous Cat # Temp °C Type Temp "C Temp. Rating Temp- Rating Presence Class 1, Div. 2 NFL4232 32 40 T8 60 T6 — — NFL4232 32 55 T8 75 T5 — — NFL4240 34 40 T12 60 T6 — — NFL4240 34 55 T12 75 T5 — — NFL2140 40 40 T12 60 NFL2140 40 55 T12 75 FOUR FOOT 01/4" T6 — — T5 — — TWO FOOT TYPICAL FOR FOUR FOOT 26" AND TWO FOOT 14 3/414 3/4" 1 1/2" 7 3/8" 41/8" 71/871/8 81/4" 51/4" 13" 13 1/4" For more information: In the U.S.: In Canada: Contact an authorized Cooper Crouse- Cooper Crouse -Hinds Cooper Crouse -Hinds Canada Hinds Distributor, Sales Office or P.O. Box 4999 (905) 507 -4187 Customer Service Department: Syracuse, NY 13221 FAX: (905) 568 -7048 Distributed by: (315) 477 -5531 FAX: (315) 477 -5179 For office locations outside of North America crouse.customerctr@crouse or for additional product information, visit our WebSlte at: www.crouse - hinds.com Mexico • Latin America/Caribbean • Germany • Australia • Asia • Dubai • India 00 —0-- CORM Crouse -Hinds Solutions.Worldwide. 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L810 GENERAL USE INCANDESCENT I r :► Certified to: FAA AC 150/5345 -43F Compliant to: FCC Rules and Regulations Canadian Standards Association (CSA) ICAO (Annex 14) Low Intensity Type A or Type B Canadian Aviation Regulation CAR 621.9 (Transport Canada) ■ EfL Certified to FAA (EOL with 116W, �jn1 120V Lamp(s) only) ����/') ■ Red fresnel glass globes for 360° visibility ■ Operates on 120 or 220 -240V and 60 or 50Hz frequency power supply when used with proper voltage lamp ■ Threaded 1 " hub for mounting ■ Pre -wired leads ■ Cast aluminum housing with yellow finish ■ Globes with tether & clamp band ■ Accepts traffic signal lamps with USA medium screw base and European E27 base ■ O -Ring globe seal ■ Lamp life 8000 hours at 120V and 4000 hours for 220 -240V applications i ■ The jEOLSeneg incandescent ob ed for royht# nl0; Vction maMng b tall sir ratuKes that may. present_hazards #aaiCnavigt�i TieEOLis designed_ for steatly burn}ng applica #ions - f� j oe- og1-iT co - Dimensions are in inches (mm) 26 EOL SERIES SEH SHOP DRAWING TRANSMITTAL To: Tracy Gliori TMI Coating Inc 3291 Terminal Drive CCITTG 114409 01 -78.00 SEH File Number File Location April 21, 2011 Date To: Jennifer Levitt City of Cottage Grove Engineer 7516 South 80th Street Saint Paul, MN 55121 Cottage Grove, MN 55016 Project: Innsdale Ground Storage Tank Rehabilitation Owner: City of Cottage Grove, Minnesota V1/n nra- ® Enclosing ❑ Sending under separate cover a U The following submittals have been reviewed by this office U) and are being returned for action as noted. o v Specification Item Supplier /Manufacturer 6 Section No. o�j v z Ola Paint Systems TMI Coatings 5 03 Contact List TMI Coatings 5 06 Containment TMI Coatings 5 08a Rigging Equipment TMI Coatings 5 09 Color Samples Sherwin - Williams 3 Remarks: Thank you. Action Taken a E r � o Z ' N d d o�j v m � w m v F Mn 4) LL LL LL LL ❑ No action taken. Submittals must first be approved and stamped by the Contractor. By: Doug Klamerus, PE Distribution: Owner 1/1 Contractor 2/1 SEH File 1/1 SEH Proj. Rep. 1/0 [Bryon Jensen] Oae\c\cottg \I 14409 \7- ca \78- subm\shop drawings\O I a, 03, 06 & 08a -09 fac & r d by dk.docx Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. 13535 Vadnais Center Drive I Saint Paul, MN 55110 -5196 SEH is an equal opportunity employer I www.sehinc.com 1 651.490.2000 1 800.325.2055 1 651.490.2150 fax