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                            rs12.pdf
	REFERENCE STANDARD 12-10
rs13.pdf
	REFERENCE STANDARD RS 13
	Chapter 1 – General
	Chapter 2 - HVAC Systems
		
			
				
	Chapter 4 – Controls
		
			
				
	Air Duct Diameter Or Moximum Width
	Minimum Sleeve Thickness
	(in.)
	(mm.)
	(in.)
	(mm.)
	12 or lees
	305
	0.018
	26
	13-30
	330-762
	0.024
	24
	31-54
	181-1370
	0.030
	22
	55-84
	1395-2135
	0.036
	20
	85 or more
	2160
	0.047
	18
		
			
				
	STANDARD FOR THE INSTALLATION OF WARM AIR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS
	ANSI/NFiPA No. 90 B-1996, AS MODIFIED
	Chapter 1 – General
	Chapter 2 – System Components
		Chapter 3 – Fire Integrity of Building Constructi
	Chapter 4 – Equipment, Wiring, and Controls
	Chapter 1   General
	Chapter 2   System Components
	Chapter 5  Referenced Publications – Delete
	Appendix B - Delete
		
			
				
rs14.pdf
	HEATING AND COMBUSTION EQUIPMENT
	STANDARD FOR THE INSTALLATION OF WARM
		
			
				
	ANSI/NFiPA No. 90 B-1996, AS MODIFIED
		
			
				CONTENTS
	Chapter 1 – General
	Chapter 2 – System Components
		Chapter 3 – Fire Integrity of Building Constructi
	Chapter 4 – Equipment, Wiring, and Controls
	Chapter 1   General
	Chapter 2   System Components
	Chapter 5  Referenced Publications – Delete
	Appendix A – Delete
	Appendix B - Delete
		
			
				
			NONCOMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION
rs15.pdf
	REFERENCE STANDARD RS-15
		
			
				
rs16.pdf
	P101.0General Provisions
	P102.0Materials
	P103.0Joints and Connections
	P104.0Plumbing Fixtures
	P105.0Traps and Cleanouts
	P106.0Hangers and Supports
		P107.0Water Supply and Distribution
	P111.0Indirect Waste Piping
	TABLE RS 16-4 SOLDERING BUSHINGS
	Pipe Sizes (In.)
	Minimum Weight of Each Ferrule
	1 1/4
	6 oz.
	1 1/2
	8 oz.
	2
	14 oz.
	2 1/2
	1 lb. -  6oz.
	2 lbs-. 0 oz.
	4
	3 lbs-. 8 oz.
		
			Urinals may be provided in toilet rooms in lieu of water closets but for not more than 1/2 of the required number of water closets
	TABLE RS 16-7 MINIMUM RATE OF FLOW AND MINIMUM REQUIRED PRESSURE DURING FLOW FOR SIZING INDIVIDUAL BRANCH SUPPLIES FOR PLUMBING FIXTURES
	(d)  Roof gutters.-The size of a semicircular gutter shall be based on the maximum projected roof area according to Table RS 16-19.
	(e)  Combined drains and sewers.-To compute the size of a combined drain or sewer, the fixture units and the square feet of drained area shall be converted to their equivalent square footage or drainage area from Table RS 16-20 and either Table RS 16-1
		
			
				TABLE RS 16-17 SIZE OF HORIZONTAL STORM DRAINS
	TABLE RS 16-18 SIZE OF VERTICAL LEADERS
	TABLE RS 16-20 "FIXTURE UNIT-DRAINAGE SQUARE FOOTAGE" EQUIVALENT
		
			
				
rs17.pdf
	REFERENCE STANDARD RS-17
	FIRE ALARMS, DETECTION AND EXTINGUISHING EQUIPMENT
	*LIST OF REFERENCED NATIONAL STANDARDS
	STANDPIPE SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION
		
			
				
				** ANSI/NFiPA No. 13 – 1989
				STANDARD FOR THE INSTALLATION OF SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
		SprinklersDuration in Minutes
	HANGER SPACE FOR COPPER PIPE AND COPPER TUBE-HORIZONTAL RUN HORIZONTAL RUN HANGER SPACING
		
			
				SIZING OF SPS** STEEL STRAP AND RING HANGERS FOR USE WITH COPPER TUBE
				SPS Steel Strap or Ring Hanger
		Section 2-1.3 – Delete
		Section 2-1.3.1 – Delete
			
				
	Appendix A – Explanatory Material
	Appendix B – Referenced Publications
		
			
				
	Chapter 1 – General Information
		Section 1-3 –Delete the definition of Pre-enginee
			
				
	Chapter 3 - System Components
	Chapter 4 - System Design
		
			
				
	Appendix A - Explanatory Material
		Section A-1-2 – Delete
		Section A-1.4 – Delete
			
				
	**REFERENCE STANDARD RS 17-3
	CHAPTER 1 - FUNDAMENTALS OF FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
	CHAPTER 3 - PROTECTED PREMISES FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
	CHAPTER 4
	CHAPTER 5 - INITIATING DEVICES
	CHAPTER 6 - NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES FOR FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
	Section 6-3.7 – Amend to read as follows:
	Exception:  Combination audible/visible appliances [installed in sleeping areas shall comply with 6-4.4.3].
	Section 6-4.2 - Delete
	Section 6-4.4 is modified to read as follows:
	Section 6-4.4 Appliance Location. – Wall-mounted
	Exception:  Appliances installed in sleeping areas shall comply with 6-4.4.3.
	Figure 6-4.4.1 - Delete
	Section 6-4.4.1.1 is modified to read as follows:
	Section 6-4.4.1.1 – Spacing shall be in accordanc
	(a)A single visible notification appliance, or
	(b)Two visible notification appliances located on opposite walls, or
	(c)In rooms 80 ft. by 80 ft. or greater, where there are more than two appliances in
	any field of view, they shall be spaced a minimum of 55 ft. from each other, or
	(d)More than two visible notification appliances that flash in synchronization.
	Section 6-4.4.2.1 is modified to read as follows:
	Table 6-4.4.2 applies to corridors not exceeding 20 ft. (6.1 m) wide.  For corridors greater than 20 ft. (6.1 m) wide, refer to [Figure 6-4.4.1 and] Table[s] 6-4.4.1(a) [and (b)]. In a corridor application, visible appliances shall be UL 1971 rat
	Table 6-4.4.1 (a) is modified as follows:
		APPENDIX A  - EXPLANATORY MATERIAL
		This appendix is not part of Reference Standard RS 17-5, but is included for information purposes only with the exception of the following:
		Section A-6-4.4.1 - Delete in its entirety and substitute the following:
		Section A-6-4.4.1 – A design which delivers 0.037
		Figure A-6-4.4.1 (a)  - Delete
		Figure A-6.4.4.1 (b)  - Delete
		Figure A-6.4.4.1 (c)  - Delete
		Figure A-6.4.4.1 (d)  - Delete
		Figure A-6.4.4.2  - Delete
		APPENDIX B - ENGINEERING GUIDE FOR AUTOMATIC FIRE DETECTOR SPACING
		This appendix is not part of Reference Standard RS 17-5, but is included for information purposes only.
		** DOB 1-9-02; 310-90 BCR
rs18.pdf
	REFERENCE STANDARD RS-18
	ELEVATORS AND CONVEYORS
		
			
				
	Rule 1000.4 Escalator Installation Placed Out of Service
	Rule 1000.5 Moving Walk Installation Placed Out of Service
		
			Rule 1001.1  Inspection and Test Periods
				PART II DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
		PART III OPERATION
		PART II DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
			
				
rs19.pdf
	REFERENCE STANDARD RS-19
	SAFETY OF PUBLIC AND PROPERTY DURING CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS
                        
Document Text Contents
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Reference Standard 17

291

REFERENCE STANDARD RS-17
FIRE ALARMS, DETECTION AND EXTINGUISHING EQUIPMENT

*LIST OF REFERENCED NATIONAL STANDARDS

ANSI/NFiPA No. 13 Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler System, as Modified .................…………1989
**ANSI/NFiPA No. 13R Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems in Residential Occupancies up to and

Including Four Stories in Height ............................................................……………1994
**ANSI/NFiPA No. 13D Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems in One- and Two-Family Dwellings

and Manufactured Homes.........................................................................…………. 1994

ANSI/NFiPA No. 214 Standard for Water-Cooling Towers ....................................………….. .………… 1988
***ANSI/NFPA No. 72 National Fire Alarm Code .....................................................………….……………1993

ANSI/ASME B16.4 Cast-Iron Threaded Fittings, Class 125 and 250 ...................………….……………1985

UL No. 193 Alarm Valves for Fire-Protection Service (Revision 9/88)..…………… .………… 1988

UL No. 260 Dry Pipe and Deluge Valves for Fire Protection Service.....……………. .…………1988

UL No. 262 Gate Valves for Fire-Protection Service ..............................……………. .…………1988

UL No. 312 Check Valves for Fire-Protection Service (Revision 10/89)……………. .…………1988

UL No. 668 Hose Valves for Fire-Protection Service ..............................…………….………….1988

UL No. 753 Alarm Accessories for Automatic Water-Supply Control Valves for Fire-Protection
Service (Revision 8/89)..........………….……………………………………………1989

UL No. 789 Indicator Posts for Fire-Protection Service (Revision 3/89)..………….……………1987

UL No. 1091 Butterfly Valves for Fire-Protection Service ........................………….…………… 1986

UL No. 1468 Direct-Acting Pressure-Reducing and Pressure-Control Valves for Fire-Protection Service...1985

UL No. 1486 Quick Opening Devices for Dry Pipe Valves for Fire-Protection Service (Revision 7/85)..1979

UL No. 1726 Automatic Drain Valves for Standpipe Systems (Revision 9/88) .........…………….1985

UL No. 1739 Pilot-Operated Pressure-Control Valves for Fire-Protection Service.……………… 1988

ANSI A21.10/AWWA C110 Ductile-Iron and Grey-Iron Fittings, 3-inch through 48-inch for Water and Other Liquids.1987

ANSI A21.11/AWWA C111 Rubber Gasket Joints for Ductile Iron and Grey-Iron Pressure Pipe and Fittings…..1985
***ANSI/ASTM A234 Specification for Pipe Fittings of Wrought Carbon Steel and Alloy Steel for Moderate

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Reference Standard 18

343

REFERENCE STANDARD RS-18
ELEVATORS AND CONVEYORS

*LIST OF REFERENCED NATIONAL STANDARDS

ANSI/ASME A17.1Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators and Supplements A17.1a-1997 as Modified….. 1996
ANSI A117.1 American National Standard for Buildings and Facilities Providing Accessibility and

Usability for Physically Handicapped People as Modified………………………… 1986
ANSI B153.1 Safety Requirements for the Construction, Care and Use of Automobile Lifts……………… 1981

FS00-L-360D Motor Vehicle Lifts....................................................……....…..……………. 1987
ANSI/ASME MH14.1 Loading Dock Levelers and Dockboards.....................……..……………………… 1987
]ANSI/ASME B20.1 Safety Standards for Conveyors and Related Equipment……..…………………… 1987
ANSI A10.4 Safety Requirements for Personal Hoists....................……….…..….…………….. 1981
ANSI/ASME A90.1 Safety Standard for Belt Manlifts......................………...........…..………………… 1985
ANSI B77.1 Safety Requirements for Aerial Passenger Tramways and Supplements B77.1a-86

and B77.1b-88.....………………………………………………………………...1982
ANSI/ASTM F698 Standard Specification for Physical Information to be Provided for Amusement Rides and

Devices as modified………………………………………………..………………..1988
**ASNT/SNT-TC-1A American Society for Nondestructive Testing Certification/ Qualification Recommended

Practice in NDT.......................................................................................................... 1992
**ASTM 3.03 Standards for Non-destructive Testing ……………………………………………. 1995
**ASTM F770 Practice for Operation Procedures for Amusement Rides and Devices……………..1988
**ASTM F846 Guide for Testing Performance of Amusement Rides and Devices …………….. 1992
**ASTM F853 Practice for Maintenance Procedures for Amusement and Devices.............................. 1991

*DOB 1-16-03; 5-22-95; 11-91 BCR; 678-85 BCR; 98-83 BCR
**DOB 3-8-96

† REFERENCE STANDARD RS 18-1

ANSI/ASME A17.1-1996 Safety Code for Elevators and
Escalators and Supplement A17.1a-1997 as Modified.

Wherever in such Code reference is made to the National
Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA NO. 70, substitute New York
City Electrical code, Rules and Regulations of the Bureau of
Electrical Control of the Department of Buildings and its
Advisory Board
Wherever in such Code reference is made to the local
Building Code, or model building code, substitute New York
City Building Code.
Wherever in such Code reference is made to ASME A17.3,
Safety Code for Existing Elevators and Escalators, substitute
Article 2 of Subchapter 18 of such chapter.

Modifications.- The provisions of ANSI/ASME A17.1-1996
and Supplement A17.1a-1997 shall be subject to the following
modifications. The section numbers are from that standard.
§1. Add or amend the following definitions to
Introduction-Section 3 - Definitions:
(i)Amend the definition designated level to read as follows:
Designated level.-The [main] street floor or other level that
best serves the needs of emergency personnel for fire fighting
or rescue purposes (applicable to Rule 211.3).
(ii) Add the definition elevator classification between
elevator and freight elevator to read as follows:
Elevator Classification.- Elevator is classified as freight or
passenger.

(iii) Add the definition elevator, service car between elevator,
rooftop and elevator, shipboard to read as follows:
Elevator, Service Car.- A passenger or freight elevator
located in an Interim Multiple Dwelling registered with the
Loft Board, in accordance with Article 7-C of the Multiple
Dwelling Law.
(iv) Add the definition hospital emergency service between
hoistway gate and hydraulic elevator to read as follows:
Hospital Emergency Service.- A special operating control
function that may be provided for elevators in a building
classified in occupancy group H-2 (Hospital) or other
applicable medical facility used to transport patient in
a life or death situation.
(v) Amend subdivisions a and b of the definition “installation
placed out of service” to read as follows:
Installation placed out of service.- An installation
whose power feed lines have been disconnected from
the mainline disconnect switch and;
(a) an electric elevator, dumbwaiter, sidewalk elevator or

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