INVITATION TO BID

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INVITATION TO BID
FAILURE TO SIGN WILL DISQUALIFY BID
Bid No.
Due Date:
Signature
City
AIR FILTERS FY-17
March 28, 2016
at 3:00 P.M.
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Show bid opening and bid invitation number in lower left hand
corner of sealed bid envelope and return sealed bids to:
Printed Name
VENDOR NAME AND ADDRESS
PHONE/FAX
Name of Firm
Phone
Mailing Address
FAX
City
State
Zip
EMAIL
See Instruction 2.11 on Back for Vendor ID Number
Is Vendor a State of Texas certified HUB?
Stephen F. Austin State University
P. O. Box 13030, SFA Station
2124 Wilson Drive
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962-3030
Phone (936) 468-2206
FAX (936) 468-4282 (See 2.3 reverse side)
Yes
Delivery in ______ Days
Check all that apply if Preference Claimed under Rule 34 TAC 20.38
__ Supplies, materials or equipment: produced in TX/offered
by TX bidders*
__ Agricultural products grown in TX
__ Agricultural products offered by TX bidders*
__ USA produced supplies, materials or equipment
__ Products produced at facilities located on formerly
contaminated property
Cash Disc. ________ % _______ Days
__ Products of persons with mental or physical disabilities
__ Products made of recycled, remanufactured, or
environmentally sensitive materials
__ Energy efficient products
__ Rubberized asphalt paving material
__ Recycled motor oil and lubricants
__ Products and services from economically depressed
or blighted areas
*By signing this bid, bidder certifies that if a Texas address is shown as the address of the bidder, bidder qualifies as a Texas resident Bidder as defined in Rule 34 TAC 20.38.
IF QUOTING OTHER THAN THE REFERENCED ITEM(S) BELOW, BROCHURE AND/OR SPECIFICATIONS SHOULD BE ENCLOSED.
ALL BIDS WILL BE CONSIDERED F.O.B. DESTINATION UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
AWARD NOTICE: Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA) reserves the right to make an award on the basis of low line item bid, low total of line items, or
in any other combination that will serve the best interest of SFA and to reject any and all bid items in the sole discretion of SFA.
Item No.
Description
Qty. & Unit Unit Price
Extension
Quote price on quantity and unit of measure, extend and show total. If error in extension, unit price shall govern.
Items for state use are exempt from state sales and federal excise tax. Do not include tax in your bid.
Provide air filters and air filter monitoring service in accordance
with specifications, terms and conditions herein and attached.
SPECIFICATIONS
All filters shall meet the minimum standards set forth on Exhibit B.
The winning filter supplier shall inspect and verify the size and
style of filter required for each individual air handler for each
building designated by SFA personnel before filters are shipped.
Filter supplier shall package and ship/deliver filters to Central
Receiving for SFA personnel to transport and install the filters in
the appropriate location.
The packaging shall have the building, floor, and air handler
clearly printed on the outside of the packaging. Any package
shipped without clear marking of location and building will be
refused and sent back to the supplier.
The supplier shall maintain a spreadsheet with the location and
appropriate part numbers for each building, floor, and air handler,
and recommend a schedule for replacement for each situation.
The filters shall be kept in stock for delivery to SFA within three to
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY
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five days should additional filters be required.
The Supplier shall designate a representative to monitor each
building, floor, and air handler and verify the proper filter is
provided for each unit. The Representative shall visit the campus
on a bi-monthly basis and verify the filter is working as required for
each unit.
Representative shall make recommendations to the Physical Plant
Manager for corrections or actions needed to the filter delivery
schedule. Supplier shall provide a report of energy cost savings
on a biannual basis. Verification of fitment and proper filter media
shall be performed by the supplier.
EVALUATION
Evaluation will be made on low total bid for the line items listed in
Exhibit A. The quantities shown in Exhibit A are estimates for
evaluation only. An electronic EXCEL copy of the table shall be
emailed to a bidder upon request. Please submit pricing using the
ITB form and send an electronic copy of the spreadsheet via email
to [email protected] or submit a CD containing the EXCEL file
with the written bid.
**Note, any discrepancy in pricing between the electronic copy
and the written copy, the written copy shall be the price used for
evaluation. Any bid submitted without line item prices listed in
Exhibit A will be eliminated from consideration.
Filter samples and specifications shall be submitted upon request.
For any questions regarding filters or media, contact Allen
Singleton.
CONTACT
For any questions relating to the filter media or scheduling –
Allen Singleton – Physical Plant Assistant Manager- 936.468.4546
For any questions related to the Invitation To Bid Documents –
Cassidy Owens – Contracting Specialist – 936.468.4225
SHIPPING
1. List shipping cost separately. Shipping shall be listed on a per
pallet rate. SFA reserves the right to use a separate vendor for
shipping.
TERMINATION
- The University reserves the right to cancel this contract upon
thirty (30) days’ notice should the quality of products or services
rendered ever fall below levels deemed acceptable by the
University. The University shall be the sole judge of acceptability
of products or services provided hereunder.
- Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, SFA reserves the right
to cancel immediately due to non-performance or as specified.
Upon said termination, Agency shall be paid for all product
satisfactorily rendered to the date of said termination in
accordance with this Agreement. The University shall be the sole
judge of the acceptability of product provided hereunder.
Per Pallet
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY
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CONTRACT TERMS
2. The Term of the Agreement shall be from September 1, 2016
through August 31, 2017. The University reserves the right to
renew the agreement for two (2) additional one (1) year periods,
under the designated terms and conditions. Renewal rates shall
not exceed the escalation rates quoted herein. Escalation is
allowed only upon the anniversary date of the Agreement.
Annual
Escalation
Rate
_________%
ITEMS BELOW APPLY TO AND BECOME PART OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF QUOTATIONS.
ANY EXCEPTIONS THERETO MUST BE IN WRITING AND SUBMITTED WITH INVITATION TO BID.
1. BIDDER AFFIRMATIONS: Signing this bid
with a false statement is a material breach of
contract and shall void the submitted bid or
any resulting contracts. By signature hereon
affixed, the bidder hereby certifies that:
1.1 The bidder has not given, offered to give, nor
intends to give at any time hereafter any
economic opportunity, future employment,
gift, loan, gratuity, special discount, trip, favor,
or service to a public servant in connection
with the submitted bid.
1.2 Pursuant to 15 U.S.C. Sec. 1, et seq. And
Tex. Bus. & Comm. Code Sec 15.01, et seq.
neither the bidder or the firm, corporation,
partnership, or institution represented by the
bidder, or anyone acting for such firm,
corporation, or institution has violated the
antitrust laws of this State or the Federal
antitrust laws, nor communicated directly or
indirectly the bid made to any competitor or
any other person engaged in such line of
business.
1.3 Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Title
10, Subtitle D, Section 2155.004(a), the
bidder has not received compensation for
participation in the preparation of the
specifications for this solicitation.
1.4 If applicable, pursuant to Texas Family Code,
Title 5, Subtitle D, Section 231.006(d),
regarding child support, the bidder certifies
that the individual or business entity named in
this bid is not ineligible to receive the
specified payment and acknowledges that this
contract may be terminated and payment may
be withheld if this certification is inaccurate.
Furthermore, any bidder subject to Section
231.006 must include names and Social
Security numbers of each person with at least
25% ownership of the business entity
submitting the bid. This information must be
provided prior to award.
1.5 Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Title
10, Subtitle D, Section 2155.004(b), the
vendor certifies that the individual or business
entity named in this bid or contract is not
ineligible to receive the specified contract and
acknowledges that this contract may be
terminated and payment withheld if this
certification is inaccurate.
1.6 Bidder agrees that pursuant to Section
403.0551, Texas Government Code, any
payments due under this contract will be
applied towards any debt, including but not
limited to delinquent taxes and child support,
that is owed to the State of Texas or any
agency of the State of Texas, until such debt
or delinquent taxes are paid in full.
1.7 Bidder certifies that they are in compliance
with Texas Government Code, Title 6,
Subtitle B, Section 669.003, relating to
contracting with executive head of a State
agency. If Section 669.003 applies, the
bidder
will
complete
the
following
information in order for the bid to be
evaluated:
Name of former Executive:
2.
BIDDING REQUIREMENTS:
2.1 Bids should be submitted on this form. Each
bid shall be placed in a separate envelope
completely and properly identified. When
sending bids via overnight delivery, bidder is
advised to confirm whether SFA delivery
location is a guaranteed AM delivery.
2.2 SFA offers facsimile or email service as a
convenience only.
The only telephone
number for FAX submission of bids is 936468-4282.
The only email for email
submission of bids is [email protected] The
University shall not be responsible for bids
or portions of bids received late, illegible,
incomplete, or otherwise non-responsive
due to failure of electronic equipment,
technology error, or operator error.
Confirmation of facsimile bids is not
required.
2.3 Bids must be time stamped in the SFA
Procurement & Property Services Office on
or before the hour and date specified for the
bid opening.
Late bids will not be
considered under any circumstances. Late
bids properly identified will be returned to the
bidder unopened.
2.4 Bids are requested to be firm for acceptance
for a minimum of 30 days from opening date.
Bid cannot be altered or amended after
opening time. No bid can be withdrawn after
opening time without the approval of the
University based on a written acceptable
reason.
2.5 Telephone quotations are not acceptable
when in response to this Invitation To Bid.
2.6 Stephen F. Austin State University reserves
the right to accept or reject all or any part of
any bids, to waive minor technicalities, to readvertise if deemed necessary, and to
award the bid to best serve the interests of
the University.
2.7 All electrical items must meet all applicable
OSHA standards and regulations, and bear
the appropriate listing from US, FMRC or
NEMA.
2.8 All items shall be new, in first class
condition, with containers suitable for
shipment and storage. New shall not be
construed as excluding recycled or
remanufactured products.
2.9 Any catalog, brand name or manufacturer's
reference used in this bid is descriptive (not
restrictive).
2.10 Stephen F. Austin State University will not
be bound by any oral statement or
representation contrary to the written
specifications of this ITB and any associated
addenda.
2.11 Bids should give Payee ID Number, full firm
name and address of bidder. The Payee ID
Number is the taxpayer number assigned
and used by the Comptroller of Public
Accounts of Texas. If this number is not
known, complete the following:
5. PAYMENT - Vendor shall submit an itemized
invoice showing Purchase Order Number.
Payment will be made Net 30 from date of
receipt of goods/services or invoice,
whichever is later. Late fees will be incurred
in accordance with Texas Government Code
2251.
6. DELIVERY:
6.1 Bids should show the number of days
required to place material in designated
location under normal conditions. Failure to
state delivery time obligates bidder to
complete delivery in 14 calendar days. A five
day difference in delivery promise may break
tie bids. Unrealistic short or long delivery
promises may cause the bid to be
disregarded.
6.2 Delivery shall be made during normal working
hours only, unless prior approval for early or
late delivery has been obtained.
6.3 If delay is foreseen, contractor shall give
written notice. The University has the right to
extend delivery date if reasons appear valid.
Contractor must keep the University advised
at all times of status of order. Default in
promised delivery (without accepted reasons)
or failure to meet specifications, authorizes
the University to purchase supplies elsewhere
and charge full increase, if any, in cost and
handling to defaulting contractor.
6.4 No substitutions or cancellations are
permitted without prior written approval.
7. ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION:
Pursuant to Chapter 2260 of the Texas
Government Code, any dispute arising under
a contract for goods and services for which
this chapter applies must be resolved under
the provisions of this chapter.
8. PUBLIC INFORMATION ACT:
Information, documentation, and other
material in connection with this solicitation or
any resulting contract may be subject to
public disclosure pursuant to Chapter 552 of
the Texas Government Code (the “Public
Information Act”).
7. NOTE TO BIDDERS:
7.1 Any terms and conditions attached to a
solicitation will not be considered unless
specifically referred to on this solicitation and
may result in disqualification.
7.2 The Contractor shall defend, indemnify and
hold harmless the State of Texas, all of its
officers, agents and employees from and
against all claims, actions, suits, demands,
proceedings, costs, damages, and liabilities,
arising out of, connected with, or resulting
from any acts or omissions of contractor or
any agent, employee, subcontractor, or
supplier in the execution or performance of
this contract.
7.3 Contractor understands that acceptance of
Enter Federal Employer's Identification
funds under this contract acts as acceptance
Number
of the authority of the State Auditor’s Office or
Name of State Agency:
any successor agency, or Stephen F. Austin’s
Internal Audit Services, to conduct an audit or
Date of separation from State Agency:
investigation in connection with those funds.
Sole Owner should also enter SSN# below
Contractor further agrees to cooperate fully
Position with bidder:
with the State Auditor’s Office or its
successor, or Stephen F. Austin’s Internal
Date of employment with bidder:
Audit Services in the conduct of the audit or
3. TIE BIDS - Awards will be made in
investigation, including providing all records
1.8 Bidder agrees to comply with Texas
accordance with Rule 34 TAC 20.36 (b) (3)
requested. Contractor will ensure that this
Government Code 2155.4441, relating to the
and 20.38 (preferences).
clause concerning the authority to audit funds
use of service contracts for products
received indirectly by subcontractors through
produced in the State of Texas.
4. PATENTS OR COPYRIGHTS – The
Contractor and the requirement to cooperate
1.9 By signature hereon, the Respondent
Contractor agrees to protect Stephen F.
is included in any subcontract awards.
hereby certifies that he/she is not currently
Austin State University from claims involving
delinquent in the payment of any franchise
infringement of patents or copyrights.
taxes owed the State of Texas.
EXHIBIT A
Usage and Price Sheet
Description
Quantity
Bulk Media Rolls
1. 24" x 90' x 7/8" Orange/White Antimicrobial 2 ply tackifier
2. 25" x 90' x 7/8" Orange/White Antimicrobial 2 ply tackifier
3. 40" x 90' x 7/8" Orange/White Antimicrobial 2 ply tackifier
1
1
1
High Capacity Rigid Extended Surface High Efficiency Filters 2"
4. 16x20x2
5. 16x25x2
6. 20x25x2
1
2
6
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
High Moisture Resistant Pleated Filter
12x24x2
16x20x2
16x25x2
20x20x2
20x24x2
20x25x2
24x24x2
16
61
18
36
20
18
57
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
High Capacity Rigid Extended Surface High Efficiency Filters 4"
12x24x4
24x24x4
16x20x4
20x20x4
20x24x4
6
6
17
16
5
High Efficiency Extended Surface Pocket Filters
19. 24x24x12 8 Pocket 95% Efficiency
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
Merv 8 Wire Backed Pleated Filter
12x15x2
12x16x2
12x32x1
13x14x1
15x17x1
16x36x1
18x36x1
19x19x1
19x30x1
20x24x1
22x24x1
24x25x2
25x44x2
8 1/4x39 1/2x1
8x30x1
8x40x1
15
3
4
12
27
21
2
2
3
14
3
1
16
4
3
23
6
Each
Extended
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
8x49x1
10x20x1
12x20x1
12x24x2
14x20x2
14x25x2
16x16x2
16x20x1
16x20x2
16x24x2
16x25x1
16x25x2
18x20x2
18x24x2
18x24x4
18x25x2
20x20x1
20x20x2
20x20x4
20x24x2
20x24x4
20x25x1
20x25x2
20x30x2
24x24x2
24x24x4
25x25x2
Industrial Strength Disposable Panel Filter Synthetic Media
63. 20x20x1
64.
65.
66.
67.
Standard Capacity Self Supporting Merv 8 Pleated Filter
16x20x2
18x20x2
20x25x2
25x25x2
2
4
13
90
9
21
112
2
514
225
6
234
155
48
20
296
13
658
1
667
23
2
767
15
285
6
114
4
27
21
2
25
EXHIBIT B
Minimum Specifications
HIGH CAPACITY !XTENDFJ) SURJACE MINI-PLEAT FILTERS
1.0
Seope
This specification covers extended surt"Kc. mlnl·plcat filters dw arc a component
ofheatina. venttladng and air canctmoning systems.
2.0 .
Coastradlon
The fihm consist ofa pleated synthetic media pack contained in ceU sides made
ofblgb Impact plastic.
2.1
Media
The medJa shall be made ofa continuous sheet of J00% synthetic media
pleated to ftmn an extende4 surface, mini-pleat media pack. The media
shall be molded into a series of prefonned channels !hat wtll direct airflow
throUJh the pack.
The media shall be water resist.aJJt. Humi~ or exposure to sensible
moisture shall have no affect on the perfOrmance oftho filters other than a
.temporary rise in resistance.
The media sba11 be very durable and hlgbly resistant to tearing or abnaion.
2.2
M.edJa Pack
The media shaD be molded into a series ofpreformed channels that sbaU
form the pleats. Beads of adhesive shall be applied to the media, bondins
the pleats Into a rigid pack.
U
CeJISfd•
The cell sides shall be made ofa high mnatJJ, hisb impact polystyrene
plastic. The hme shall be moisture, chemical and corrosion resistant.
The ftame shall mechanically Jock tosethet at each comer.
2.4
Adhesive
Tbe media pack sball be sealed into the call sides by foamed bot-melt
adhesive, prevanting bypass between lhe pack IDd tame.
2.6
Medta Area
The filters shall contaln a mJnimum amount of media per the following
schedule:
24x24x4
3.0
49~
Perf'ormaace
The filters shall meet the foUowlna minimum perfonnance requirements based on
the ASHRAE S2.2 Test Standards. Tests conducted on 24x24 size filters sball be
representative of the perfonnancc ofaJI sizes purchased.
Performance Requlremcats
4.0
Model
.
Rltecl Air Plow Capacity (CFM)
[email protected] 500 f'PM
(JJ1. W.OJ
fiDal RestSWtCO (ID. W.O.)
1.50"
M£RVRadng
II
2000
.23"
Uaderwriten Laboratories CJasslfkatioD
The filters shall be olassltled per U.L. Standard 900 for flammability only.
5.0
Iadaerable
The filters sball be roraJly incinerablc. No mecal components are acceptable.
6.0
Operatblg Tempenture Lbnita
The filter shall operate at temperatures up to 170 °F (76 oq without materially
affecting filter integrity or performance.
7.0
Bfd Atfachmeata
One ( J) ASHRAE 52.2 test report &om a commerdally operated test lab or a
private test filcillty with an JSO 9001 Registration.
-
PLEATED PANEL nLTERS
1.0
s~pe
This specification covers pleated panel filters that aro a component of heating,
ventilating and air conditioning systems.
2.0
Coaatructlon
The fllten shall consist of a pleated media pack contained in a die cut beverage
board ttamc.
2.1
Media
The media shal1 consist of a 100% synthetic media and shall be white
in color and \D'I-dyed.
2.2
Media Pack
The media shall be formed into unifonnly shaped pleats with equal
height measured ftom pleat apex to apex.
The media shall have an expanded metal srfd with 95% open area
bonded ta tho air leaving side to shape the pleats and prevent fluttertns
in operation. The expanded metal grid shaU be made of electroplate
galvanized steel to inhibit rust
The media shall be sealed inside the fllter.
The flltm shall contain no less than the number of pleats per lineal foot
as specified in the followtna schedule:
Filter~th
2"
4"
2.3
Pleats Per Foot
\4.3
10.8
Filter Frame
The pleated media pack shall be contained in a frame mado ftom two
pieces of die cut beveJqe board with high wet strength characteristics.
The die-cut shall use a 7-strap diagonal support pattern based on a 24x24 face size
to lncrease adhesion points between the media pack and fi'ame. Diagonal support
members shall be an integral part of both die cut pieces, provfdhig support for the
media pack on both sides. The two mating pieces of the die cut ftame shall fully
overlap around the entire perimeter of the filter.
2.4
Pleat Support Fingers (4" sit.es only)
Two (2) sets of pleat stabilizers (fingers) shall be inserted into the filters to
maintain proper pleat separation and reduce fluttering ln operation.
2.S
Media Pack Adhesive
The entire Inside surface of both die cut frame pieces shall be coated with a water
repellent adhesive to bond the pack inside tbc frame on all four edges. The pleat
tips shall be bonded to the diagonal support members at an points of contact.
The adhesive shall be water repellent and maintain it$ ~nding characteristics
when wet. The adhesive shall not soften or dissolve when the filta' is wet
3.0
Performanee
3. t
The filters shall meet the following minimum performance requirements based on
the ASHRAE 52.2-2007 Test Standard. Tests conducted on 24 x 24 size filters
shall be representative of the perfonnance of all sizes purdtased.
Nominal Size
Rated Face VelocitY (FPM)
Rated Air Flow CapacitY (CPMY
Initial Resistance (ln. W.O.)
Final Resistance (ln. W.O.)MERV (Conditioned)
B3 Average Particle Size
3-I0 Mfcron (Conditioned)
3.2
24x24xl
24x24 J 4
2000
2000
.2S
soo
.28
1.0
7
SO%
soo
1.0
7
SOOA
Temperature Limit
The filter shall have a maximum operating temperature of22.S °F.
J.l
Underwriten Laboratories Classification
The filters shall be classified per U.L. Standard 900 for flammability.
EXTENDED SURFACE POCKET FILTERS
1. scope
This specification covara eldended surface, non-supported pocket filten that are a
c;omponent of heating, ventlllttng end alro.eondltlonlng systema.
2.
Conetruotlon
The ftlters shaft cone1at of a sertee of media pockets attached to a metel header.
2.1. Media
Tha media shall canalet of a dual layer, spun band, elac:trostaticalti
enhancad synthetic madla with gradient density. A high strength polyntar
bacldng on the air leaving side provldaa additional streng1h and durebtllty.
2.2. Pocket Fonnatlon
The mecr.a lhall be formed Into pockata by double lock stitching .-ound three
tides to seal the edges.
Tha pockets ehall be divided Into aerodynamic chennala to direct the alrftow
smoothly through the filter. Span stitching shaH control the amount of pocket
lnftsUon and prevent adjacent pockets rrom touching when Inflated.
Adttestva ahatl be applied along stitch line ta lock the stltchee prevent
leakage.
2.3. Flltar Header
The header shall be made frum a mgle place of galvanized steel roll formaci
With multiple bends to provide a flanged Inner trllok (seat) to support the
lnd1vldual pocket retainers. The haadenhall be 13118• thick, +/-1/18•.
U. Packat Retain...
Each pocket ehall ba attached to a galvenlzad steel retainer that fila IMide
the header. The packet retainers shall be designed to firmly secure the
pockell in the header and prevent bypau.
2.1. Pocket Attachment
Each pocket shall be double aealad lntD the aaaembled filter. Adjacent
retainers aacurtna the pockets lheU be mechanically faatenad together with a
sertes of stakae. Each assembled pocket shall be bonded with adhesiVe ~
the flanged track on the IMide of the header at all points of ccntact.
2.8. Tolarancaa
Dimensional tolerances shall be +1-- t1• ln. height and width, +I~ 1 ln. depth.
3. Perfonnance
3.1. Perfonnance Raqulremeqts
The filters shall meet the foftowtng performance requirements baaed on
ASHRAE 52.1-1992 and ASHRAE 52.2-2007 Test Standard:
PartormaIIIU RaauiNmllltS 12C" Xu• X24" I Peelfltll
MOIM+24
MGB-A+24
MO?..Y-2-4
Raled AJI Flow Clpacfty:
2IJOOCFM
2DDOCFM
2000Cf'M
Rated Air Flow capadly:
2GOOCFM
2000CfM
20DOCFM
lnlllal RoslsblnGe @ 600 FPM:
0.-45"W.CJ.
0.20"W.G.
Final Rellltanoa:
UlO"W.G.
o.ww.o.
uo·w.o.
Filter Model
MERV
Dust Hold!!tl_ Capldty:
1.50"W.Il.
1'
13
12
69011111111
710 gran
11&0grgme
3.2. Underwriters Laboratorlea Clauiflcatlon
The filters ahaU be claaslfied Clasa 2 per U.L. Standard 900.
3.3. Temperature Limit
The niaxlmum continuous operating limit shall be 190°F (88°C).
Disposable Panel FOters
1.0
Scope
This spccificadon covers disposable panel filters that are a component of
heatina, ventllattna and air conditioning systems.
2.0
Coastraetioa
The ftlter shall amslst of fibqlass media in a onc--pioce pinch frame.
2.1
Media
The filter shaJl use J00% polyester media.
2.2
Filter Frame
The media shall be contained In a one-piece pincb &arne made of
heavy-duty kraft board. The &arne Is sealed with a polyethylene
adhesive under head and pressure, fonuing a continuous bond around
the entire perimeter of the ftame.
3.0
Performaaee
3. J
lnltfal Resistance and Arrestance
The filters shalt meat the following performance requirements based on
either ASHRAE 52.2·2007 Addendum B or ASHR.AE-52.1-1992 test
standard. 24x24 filce size shall be representative of all sizes
manufactured.
PiltGromh
lDltlll Preuure DI'Qil300 PPM
Maimum Pinal Raistlftco
A~ICI
3.2
1"
0.16"W.O.
0.50"W.G.
80-85%
Underwriters Laboratories Clasatfication
The filters shalt be Class l per U.L Scandard 900
2"
o.~w.o.
l.o" W.O.
15-90%
....
mGH CAPACITY EX'IEM)ED SURJACI. MINI-PLIAT JJLTBRS
1.0
Scope
Tbla specification covers extended sw&e. mini-pleat filters that arc a component
of beating, ventilatins and aJr conditioning systems.
2.0
COIIJtrlldln
The filters consist of a pleated media pack COidllDcd mcell sides made ofhigb
impact plastic.
2.1
Media
The media sbaU be made of a continuous sheet of a synthetic/composite
material pleated to form an extended surftlce, mfai..pleat medJa pack. The
media shalt be pleated into a series ofdwmell that wiU direct airflow
dlroush the padc.
:u
Sepuaton
Beads ofboc-melt adltesiw shall be appUed tD the media. bcJndJnl thD
pleats into a ri&id paok.
2.3
CeOSid•
The cen sidat shall be made of a bigb streqtb. blah impact polystyrcao
plastic. Tbe fi'ame shall be moisture, ohenUcaliDd corroston rmst1nt.
The hme abalJ mechanicaJly look togedw at adl com•.
2.4
Adham
The media pagk shall be scaled IDto 1he cell slcb by foamed bot-melt
adhesive. pmcntiiJI bypass between the l*'k and ti'ame.
2.6
MedlaA...
The ftltaa shall contain a minimwa llnOUIIt of media per the fbUowlng
scheddle:
3.0
Perfbnnaace
The filters shall meet tbe followins minimum pc:rfortnancc! requln:mcnts bQed on
the ASHRAE 32.2 Test Standards. Tests conducccd on 24x24 size filters at a fBce
velocity of492 PPM shall be representadve ofthe perfonaiJicc of all sizes
purchased.
Model
Rated Air Ffow Capoctty (CFM)
4.0
2000
Tnldal [email protected] 500 PPM (ln. W.O.}
J7"
Final R.cststmce (la. W.O.)
1.50"
MER.V
16
MillV-A
14--A
Uftdenntten Laboratories C..ssl8cactoa
Tho flJtcrs shall be clesslfar.d per U.L. Standard 900 fodlanunabillty only.
5.8
ladDerable
The tllbn sball be 1otally inclnenblc. No melal compoDeots are ac;c:eptable.
6.8
Operating Tempenture Limits
The fi.lta' shall open;te 8t tempcnUJres up to 1600F (710C) wttbout materially
affectiDS film- intqpity or peafomill\co.
7.0
Bid Attadameau
ASHRAE ~ u:st reports ftom a commercially operated test lab or a private test
ticftity with an ISO 9001 Registration.
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PLEATJ.D PANEL FD..TERS
1.0
Seope
This specification covers pleated panel filters that are a component ofheating.
ventllatins and air condttlonfns systems.
2.0
Coaatrucdoa
The fiken shall consist of a pleated media pack contained in a die cut beverqe
board ftamo.
I
I
I
2.1
I
Media
,.
I
The media shall consist o( a 100% synthetic. hydrophobic media and
shall bo white In color and un-dyed.
2.2
Media Pack
The media shall be fbrmod into uniformly shaped pleats wfth equal
height measured tom pleat apex to apex.
The mc:dfa shall have an expanded metal grid with 9SC)f. open area
bonded to the air leaving sfdo to shape the pleats and prevent ftutterina
in opt:ratfon. The expanded metal grid shalJ be made of electroplate
plvanized steel to inhibit rust.
The media shall be a minimum of 114" larpr than the Inside dfmenaion
of the die cut ftame to completely seal the pack inside tM filtar.
The filters sbaU contain no less tban the number ofpJeaa per lineal foot
as specified to the tbllowiDg schedule:
Filter DeDth
1"
2"
4"
2.3
Pleats Per foot
14
IS
Jl
Filter Frame
The pleated media pack shall bo contafncd Ia a ftaml made tom two
pieces ofdlo mrt beverage board wJtb hiah wet strmgtb characteristfca.
'
The die-cut shall use a 7-strap diagonal support pattC'J'Il based on a 24x24 ftl.ce size
to inaease adhesion points between the media pack and tame. Diagonal support
members shall be an Integral part of both die cut pieces, providing support 1br the
media pack on both sides. The two mating pieces of the die cut frame shall ftally
overlap around the entire perfmeter of the fiber.
2.4
Pleat Support Fingers (4" sizes only)
Two (2) sets of pleat stabilizers (fingers) shall be inserted into tbe filters
maintain proper pleat separation and reduce fluttering in operation.
2.5
to
Media Pack Adhesive
The entire Inside surface of both die cut tame pieces shall be coated with a water
repellent adhesive to bond the pack inside the tame on all four edges. The pleat
tips shall be bonded to the dfa&onal support members at all points of contact.
The adhesive shall be water n:pcUeat and maiDtaln its bonding characteristics
when wet. The adhesive shaD not soften or dW$olve when the filter is wet
3.0
Perfonnaace
3.1
The filters shall meet the fbllowina minimum performance requirements based on
the ASHRAE S2.2·2001 Test Standard. MERV results shall be after a
conditioning step. Tests conducted on 24 x 24 size filters shall be representative
ofthe performance of all sizes purchased.
Nomlaal Size
Rated Face Velo~ (FPM)
• •(CfM)
Rated Air Flow
Initial Resistance (ln. W.O.)
Fioal Resistance (ln. W.O.)
MERV (Conditioned)
E3 Averase Paniclo Size
3·10 Micron1Conditfone_d)_
3.2
24 x24 xl
300
1200
.24
1.0
24x24x2
500
2000
.26
1.0
8
8
70%
70%
Temperature Lhnit
The filter shall have a maximum operating temperature ofm °F.
3.3
Underwriters Laboratories Classification
The filters shall be classified Class 2 per U.L. Standard 900
24 x24 ~:4
500
2000
.18
1.0
8
70%
PLEATED PANEL Fn.TERS
1.0
S~pe
This specification covers pleated panol filters thlt are a componem of boating.
vctttflatins and air conditioning systems.
2.0
Coastrucdoa
The filters shall consist of a pleated media pack contained in a die cut beverage
board iamo.
2.1
Media
The media shaD consist of a 100% synthetic. bydropbobic media and
shall be white In color and un-dyed.
2.2
Medfa Pack
The media shall be farmed into unij)rmly shaped pleats wfth equal
height measured tom pleat apex to apex.
The media shall have an expanded metal sricl with 9S% open area
bonded to the air Jeavlna side to shape tbe pleats aucl prevent ftutterina
In operation. Tho expanded metal grid shall be made of electroplate
pl\tanized steel to inhibit rust.
The media shall be a minbnum of 114" lqer than the fnsklc dimension
oftho die out hme to completely seal tho pm:k maida the filter.
Tbe filters sb&U c:ootafn no less than tho number of pleats per fmeal foot
as speclfiod iu tb!: tbllowiag schedule:
Filter Oeoth
l"
Pleats Per Foot
2"
IS
4,,
2.3
)4
11
Filter Frame
The pleated media pack sba11 bo colltafned In a ftlme made tom two
pieces ofdfo aut beverage board with hjgb wet streoath c~
The die-cut shall use a 7~strap diagonal suppon pattern based on a 24x24 fi.ce size
to increase adhesion points between the media pack and frame. Diagonal support
members shall be an Integral part ofbotb dlc cut pieces, providins support tbr the
media paek on both sides. The two mating pieces of the die cut bme shall fUlly
overlap around the entire perimeter of the filter.
2.4
Pleat Support Fingcrs(4" sizes only)
Two (2) sets of pleat stabilizers (fingers) shall be inserted into the filters to
maintain proper pleat separation and reduce tlutrering in operarlon.
2.5
Media Pack Adhesive
The entire Inside sur&ce of both die cut tame picce3 sball be coated with a water
repeUent adhesive to bond the pack Inside the tame on all four edges. The pleat
tips shall be bonded to the diagonal support members at aU points ofcontact.
The adhesive shall be wuer repellent and malntaJn its bonding characteristics
when wet. The adhesive shaD not soften or dissolve when the fiher is wet
3.0
Performance
3.1
The filters shall meet the foUowins minimum performance requirements based on
the ASHRAE 52.2-2007 Test Standard.
MERV results shall be after a
conditionins step. Tests conducted on 24 "24 size filters shall be representative
ofthe perfOrmance ofall sizes purchased.
NomlDal Size
Rated Face VelocitY (PPM}
Rated Air Flow Caoacity CCFM)
24~l4xl
Initial Resistance On. W.O.)
Final Resistance (ln. W.O.)
MERV (Corditioned)
E3 Avera,e Particle Size
3-1oMicron (Conditioned)
3.2
300
1200
.24
1.0
8
700AI
24.s:24xl
500
2000
.26
1.0
8
70%
Temperature Limit
The filter shall have a maxirnum operating temperature of22' 0 f.
3.3
Underwriters Laboratories Classification
The filters shall be classified Class 2 per U.L. Standard 900
l4 xl4 x4
soo
2000
.18
1.0
8
70%
. ,...
BIGH CAPACITY EXTENDED SURI'ACE MOO-PLEAT lJLTIRS
1.0
Scope
Thts specification c:overs extended surface, mini-plat filters that tn acomponent
ofhcatiP& ventilltins and alrCOIIdltionlng systems.
2.0
Coutndknl
The filter~ consist of a pleated media pack contalDed in cell sides made ofbigb
impact pJasdc.
Z.l
Media
The media Shan be made ofa contfnuous sheet ofa S)'ltth!doleomposite
material pleated to form an exbmded SID'fiace, mJDj.pleat media piCk. The
media shall be plated into a .tea ofchanllels that will direct afrflow
dtroush the pack.
u
Separa1or$
Beads ofbC~omek adhesive shall be applied to the media. bcmdlnS1hc
plc:ats into a ri&fd paok.
2.3
Cell Sldea
The cell sides shall be made of a hiP strenat1J. hfp impact polystyralo
plastic. The fi'lme lhall be moisture, chemical aad COITOifon n:sismnt.
The ftame shall mechanJcalty look toaeth• at eadl comer.
u
Adhtllft
The media paGk shall be scaled lmv dtl oall sldos by foamed bot-melt
adhesive. pmcntiug bypass betwwJJ the pack and tiame.
u
Media&.
Tha ftltcrl $hall contain a minimum amount ofmedia par the tbllowfng
schedule:
,
24x24xl
'or
3.0
Perfonnaac:e
The filters shall meet the followins minimum performance requln:mcnts based on
the ASHRAB '2.2 Test Standards. Tests cortductcd on 24x24 size fJltm at a face
velocity of 492 FPM shall be tepeSentative of the petfo1mucc of all sizes
purclussed.
Model
Ratod A.lr Plow Capoclty (CFM)
4.0
2000
Jnltlal [email protected] 500 FPM (ln. W.O.)
J7"
'Ffnal Roslstmce (ln. W.O.}
ljO'"
MER.V
16
MEilV-A
14-A
Uaderwrifen Labomorles Classlflcattoa
The film shall be classified per U.L. Standard 900 for flammability only.
s.e
mdDerable
The filters shall be totally inctncrablc. No meral componeots are accepuable.
6.0
Operating Temperature Limits
The filta' shall opcaate at tempeaaaJres up to 160"F (71 OC) without materially
affecting filta' int.egri1y or performance.
7.0
Bid Attac•mea1s
ASHRAE 52.2 tast reports &om a commercially operated test lab or a prMate test
filc;itity with an ISO 9001 Registration.
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Disposable Panel mters
l.G
Scope
This specification covers disposable panel filters that are a component of
heatinst ventilatfna and air conditioning systems.
2.0
Coastnaetion
The filter shall consist of fiberglass media in a one--piece pinch frame.
2.1
Media
The ftlter shall use J00% polyester mediL
2.2
Filter Frame
The media shall be contained In a one-piece pincb fiamo made of
heavy-duty kraft board. The &arne Is sealed w1tb a polyethyl~c
adhesive under head and pressure. fanning a continuous bond around
the endre perimeter of the ftame.
3.0
Perf'orm.aa~
3.1
lnltfal Resistance and Arrestance
Tho filters shall meet the following perfonnance requirements based on
either ASHRAE 52.2-2007 Addendum B or ASHR.AE-52.1-1992 test
standard. 24x24 face size shall be representative af' all sizes
manufactured.
Pfitcr Depth
lnfttaJ PNuure DroD 300 PPM
Maximum Pinal RcsistaMe
A~
3.2
1"
0.16"W.O.
0.50"W.G.
80-1596
Undcrwritars Laboratories Classification
The filters shall be Class 2 per U.L. Standard 900
2"
O.I¥"W.O.
I.O"W.G,
15-90%
PLEATED PANEL rn.TERS
1.0
Scope
This specification covers pleated panel filters that aro a component of heating.
ventilating and air condltionJns systems.
2.0
Co•stractioa
The fllters shall consist of a pleated media pack contained in a die cut beverage
board &ame.
2.1
Media
The media Shall consist of a 100% symhetic media and shall bo white
In color and un-dyed.
2.2
Media Pack
The media shall be fanned Into unifonnly shaped pleats with equal
heisht measured ftom pleat apex to apex.
The media shatl have an expanded metal grid wl1h 95% opBD area
bonded to tho air leaving side to shapo the pleats and prevent fluttering
in operation. Tho expanded metal grid shall be made of electroplate
galvanized st=l to inhibit rust.
The media shall be sealed inside tho filter.
The fllters shall c:ontain no less than the number of pleats per lineal foot
as specified in the following schedule:
Fitter Denth.
2"
4"
2.3
Pleats Per Poot
14.3
10.8
Filter Frame
The pleated media pack shall be contained in a frame made ftom two
pieces of die cut beverage board with hish wet snngth charaderfstics.
The die-cut shaJI use a 7"sttap diagonal support patt£m based on a 24lt24 face size
to increase adhesion points between the media pack and ftame. Diagonal support
members shall be an integral part of both die cut pieces, providing support for the
media pack on both sides. The two mating pieces of the die cut frame shall fully
overlap around the entire perimeter of the filter.
2.4
Pleat Support Fingers (4" sizes only)
Two (2) sets of pleat stabilizers (fingers) shall be inserted into the filten to
maintain proper pleat separation and reduce flutterins in operation.
2.S
Media Pack Adhesive
The enttre inside surface of both die cut frame pieces shall be coated with a water
repellent adhesive to bond the pack inside the ftame on all four edges. The pleat
tips shall be bonded to the diagonal support members at all points of contact.
The adhesive shall be water repellent and maintain its ~nding characteristics
when wet. The adhesive shnll not soften or dissolve when the filter is wet
3.0
Performance
3.1
The filters shall meet the following minimum performance requirements based on
the ASHRAE 52.2"2007 Test Standard. Tests conducted on 24 x 24 size filters
shall be representative of the perfonnance of all sizes purchased.
Nominal Size
l4s24sl
l4x24s4
2000
.28
1.0
2000
.25
Rated Face VelocitY (FPM)
Rated Air Flow Cagacity(_CfM)
Initial Resistance (In. W.O.)
Final Resistance (ln. W.O.)
MERV-(Conditioned)
E3 Average Particle Size
3-10 Mtcron (Conditioned)
3.2
soo
7
SO%
soo
1.0
7
50%
Temperature Limit
The filter shall have a maximum operating temperature of22.S °F.
3.3
Underwriters Laboratories Classification
The filters shall be classified per U.L. Standard 900 for flammability.
mGB CAPACITY EXTENDED SURFACE MINI-PLEAT mTERS
1.0
Seope
ThJs specification covers extended surtace. mlnl~pleat filters that arc a component
ofheatin& ventilating and air conditioning sys1BIDS.
2.0 ·
Coastractloa
The filters consist of a pleated synthetic media pack contained in cell sides made
ofblgh Impact plastic.
2.1
Media
The medJa shall be made of a continuous sheet of 100% synthetic mcdf&
pleated to fonn an extended surface, mlnl·plcat media pack. The media
shall be molded into a series of preformed channels 1hat will direct airflow
through the pack.
The media shall be wamr resistant. Humi~ or exposure to sensible
moisture shall have no affect on lhe performance oftbe fitters other than a
temponuy rise in resistaace.
The media sbaU be very durable and highly resistant to tearing or abrasion.
2.2
Media Pack
The media shaU be molded into a series of preformed channels mat shaU
form the pleats. Beads of adhesive shall be applied to the media. bonding
the pleat! Into a rigid pack.
2.3
CeDSides
The cell sides shall be made of a hip strenstb, hish impact polystyrene
plastic. The 1tame shall be moistute, chemical and corrosion resistant.
The hme shalt mecbanlcally lock together at each comer.
2.4
Adhasive
The media pack !hall be sealed into the cell sides by foamed bot-melt
adhesfvo, preventing bypass between the pack and ftame.
2.6
Media Area
The filters shall contain a minimum amount ofmedJa per the following
schedule:
24x24x4
49 ft2
3.0
Performance
The filters shall meot the followlns minimum perfonnance requirements based on
the ASHRAB 52.2 Test Standards. Tests conducted on 24xl4 size filters shall be
representative of the perfonnance of all sizes purchased.
Performance Requlremcms
4.0
Moclcl
2000
Rated Air Flow Capaaty (CFM)
Initial Reslslancc @ 500 FPM
(ln. W.O.)
FIDal ResiStance (ID. W.O.)
l,jO"
MERVRadng
11
.23"
Undenvriten Laboratories ClasslfkJattoa
The filters shall be classlfled per U.L. Standard 900 for flammabWty only.
5.0
lndnerable
lbe filters shall be totally incinerable. No metal components are acceptable.
6.0
OperatiDg Temperature Llmlfl
The filter shall operate at temperatures up to 170 °F (76 OC) without materially
affecting filter integrity or performance.
7.0
Bid Atbl.cbments
One ( 1) ASHRAE 52.2 test report &om a commercially operated test lab or a
private test tBcility with an JSO 9001 Registration.
·-
EXTENDED SURFACE POCKET FILTERS
1. Scope
This specification coven extended surface, non-eupported pocket filten that are a
component of heating, ventilating end air-conditioning tyatema.
z.
ConatnactJotl
The filters shall constat of a sertu of media pockets attached tD a metal header.
2.1. Media
The media shall consist of a dual layer, spun band, electroetatlcally
enhanced synthetic media wllh gradient density. A high strength polyeatar
backing on the air leaving side provldaa additional strength and durabiUty.
2.2. Pocket Formation
The media lhaH be termed Into pocketa by double lock ltltchlng around three
aides to seal the edges.
The pockets ehaU be divided Into aerodynamiC channels to direct the alrftow
amoolhly through the filter. Span stitctllng shall control the amount of pocket
Inflation and prevent adjacent pockeCa from toudllng when Inflated.
AdhesiVe shall be applied along stitch line to lock the stltchee prevent
leakage.
2.3. Flltar Header
The header shall be made from a single place of galvanized ataa1 rail formed
with multiple bMdl to provide a flanged lmer trick {seat) to support the
Individual pocket retainers. The headenhall be 1311e• thlcle, +/-1/18•.
2.4. Packet Ratalnera
Each pocket ahaU be attached to a galvanized ·lteel retainer that ftt8 lnalda
the header. The pocket retaJnera shall be daaigned to firmly secure the
pocketS in the header and prevent bypau.
2.8. Pocket Attachment
Each pocket shall ba double sealed lnta the aaaembled filter. Adjacent
ratalnarseecurfng the pocleeta lhaU be mechanlc:alti faatened together with a
Hrfea of staiCie. Each aaumbled pocket shall be bonded with ldh811Ve to
the tlanged track on the l"'lda of tha header at all points of contact. ;
2.8. Talaancee
Dtmentlonal tolerancaa Shall be +f.. 1/• ln. height and width, +/-1 ln. depth.
3. Parfannance
3.1. Perfonnance Requirements
The filters ahaU meet the following perfonnance requirements based on
ASHRAE 52.1-1992 and ASHRAE 52.2-2007TestStandard:
Pln'fOI"'IIIft,c._.-ll\llreme.- ll4" x u• x M" 1 Pookellt
MGB-A-1-24
MGw.+24
MG7-A-a-24
Rated Nl Flow cap.dty:
ZOOOCI'M
2000C~
2000CFM
Rllad Alr Flow~
2000CFM
2DGOCFM
2000CFM
lrAial Rellstanc:e 0 800 FPN:
0.45"W.O.
0.20"W.O.
Rill Rellltanoe:
1.!11rW.O.
a.:ww.o.
uo·w.a..
1•
tS
12
680tlf'lll'l
78Dt_ramt
11&0grams
Filar Moclll
NERV
Dull HclldiJ1g CeJ*ftr.
t.SO"W,O.
3.2. UndM'Writ.ers Laboratorlea Clasaiftcatlon
The fitters shaD be ClaaaHied Class 2 per U.L. Standard 900.
3.3. Temperature Umtt
The Maximum continuous operating limit shall be 190°F (88•C).
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