Cabinet Specifications

Cabinet Specifications

a) Bond joints with highly chemical resistant cement with properties and color similar to base material. b) Provide 1/8-inch (3 mm) drip groove at underside of exposed edges, set back ½ inch (13 mm) from face. c) Finish exposed edges. d. Edge treatment: 1) Standard 1/8 inch (2 mm) chamfered edge. e. Corner treatment: 1) Exposed corners shall be eased slightly for safety. f. Back and end splashes: 1) Supplied loose for field installation. 2) Same material and thickness as worksurfaces. 3) 4 inches high unless otherwise indicated. 4) Top-mounted end splash where worksurfaces abut adjacent construction and locations indicated on Drawings. g. Joints: 1) Maximum 1/8 inch (2 mm), bonded with epoxy grout. 2) Make joints between two benches level. 3) Locate joints away from sinks and over or near supports. h. Sink cutouts: 1) Routed for drop-in sink. i. Allowable tolerances: 1) Square. a) Plus, or Minus 1/64 inch (0.4 mm) for each 12 inches (300 mm) of length. 2) Location of cutouts and drilled openings. a) Plus, or Minus 1/8 inch (3 mm) of design dimension. 3) Size of cutouts and drilled openings. a) Plus 1/8 inch (3 mm) or minus 0 inches (0 mm). 3. Epoxy Resin Sinks: a. Mold sinks from thermosetting epoxy resin. b. Mold interior corners to radius and slope sink base to drain outlet. 1) Provide 1-1/2 inch (38 mm) outlet with open ended standpipe. a) Standpipe overflow 2 inches (50 mm) shorter than depth of sink. c. Unless otherwise indicated fabricate sinks of drop-in design supported by upper flange from worksurface. 1) Color. a) Match adjacent worksurface.


Service fittings shall be laboratory grade, and water faucets and valve bodies shall be cast red brass alloy or bronze forgings, with a minimum content of 85%. All fittings shall be chromium plated unless specified otherwise.

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