b. Identify the type of controls (pneumatic, electronic, DDC).
c. Clearly show the limits of the system and the items being controlled.
d. Be coordinated with the Electrical drawings as well as the Mechanical drawings
to ensure all of the electro-mechanical devices function together.
126.96.36.199 Sequence Of Operation
Provide a complete, step by step, written sequence of operation explaining the control
system logic. It is preferred that this sequence be shown on a drawing next to the control
diagram, however, it may be shown in the specification. The sequence of operation shall:
a. Be consistent with the control diagram.
b. Identify values for the set points (for start-up, normal running conditions,
c. Define emergency conditions and procedures.
188.8.131.52 Equipment Schedules
Show separately and include:
a. Name, location, and identifying symbol of each major piece of equipment.
b. Engineering data (flow, pressure, temperature, special operating conditions,
etc.). Note: this information need not be totally complete at the 45% submittal.
c. Electrical requirements for equipment requiring electrical power (voltage,
7.5.6 Plumbing Drawings
Include the following:
a. Demolition Plans (when required).
b. Plot or Site Plans and Profiles.
c. Large Scale Plot or Site Plans.