Cabinet Specifications E. Wall-Hung Sliding Door Cases: General construction features shall be the same as for full height type cases with the following exception: 1. A 3” full width strip shall be doweled and mechanically fastened into the side panels of the cabinet at both top and bottom of the back and used for attaching the cabinet to wall. 2. Case bottoms shall be 1” thick plywood, multiple doweled and glued securely to end panels. F. Wall Hung Swinging Door Cases: Construction and materials shall be the same as for sliding door cases with the following exceptions: 1. Panel or glass framed doors shall be hung on 1 pair of offset institutional type hinges under 48” in height. Doors on cases 48” high shall have 1-1/2 pair of offset, institutional type hinges. 2. All doors shall overlap opening four sides. 3. A 3” full width strip shall be doweled and mechanically fastened into the side panels of the cabinet at 2.04 FINISH AND PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS A. Wood Surface Preparation: Prior to application of the wood finish, case and cabinet surfaces shall be smoothly sanded to remove loose fibers, scratch marks and abrasions, with all dust thoroughly removed by compressed air. Finish shall be applied to cabinet parts prior to assembly in order to assure uniform coverage. B. Wood Stain Color: Selected from Manufacturer’s standard selection. C. Wood Finish Application: Finishes shall be applied and cured under controlled atmospheric conditions, aided by infrared radiant heaters. Finish must be VOC-free. Finish shall be applied via a flat line, roller applied system prior to cabinet assembly in order to assure uniform coverage. D. Interior Wood Casework Finish: Interior surfaces shall receive a triple application of an acid, alkali, solvent, water, and abrasion resistant finish meeting AWI requirements. both top and bottom of the back and used for attaching the cabinet to wall. 4. Glass doors shall use mitered corners for the hardwood stiles and rails. 5. Astragal applied to left hand door shall provide further dust proofing. E. Exterior Wood Casework Finish: Exposed exterior surfaces, including interiors of glazed cases and open shelving, shall be provided with an acid, alkali, solvent, water, and abrasion resistant finish meeting both AWI section 1500 and SEFA 8 requirements. Finish shall be applied to cabinet parts prior to assembly in order to assure uniform coverage. 2.05 WORKSURFACES A. SOLID EPOXY RESIN: 1. Sheets cast from modified 1” epoxy resin and non-asbestos inert fillers; compounded mixture cured and thermoset specifically from formulation to provide exceptional physical and chemical resistance required in medium to heavy duty laboratory environments. Color shall be black. B. ACCESSORIES: 1. Provide solid epoxy resin laboratory shelving, laboratory fume hood base work surfaces, pegboards, and reagent racks where indicated. 2. Installation Materials: Manufacturer’s joint adhesive, panel adhesive, and sealants as required to suit project conditions. C. FABRICATION: 1. Fabricate tops and accessories in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations, approved Shop Drawings, and SEFA 8. 2. Epoxy Resin Worksurfaces: a. Thickness: 1) 1 inch (25 mm) unless otherwise indicated. a) Check each sheet at factory for required thickness. b) Maximum variation in thickness: plus or minus 1/16 inch (1.6mm) from corner to corner.
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