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Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. The intent of Design Standards is to specify requirements that assure effective design and delivery of fit for. purpose Water Corporation infrastructure assets for best whole of life value with least risk to Corporation. service standards and safety Design standards are also intended to promote uniformity of approach by asset. designers drafters and constructors to the design construction commissioning and delivery of water. infrastructure and to the compatibility of new infrastructure with existing like infrastructure. Design Standards draw on the asset design management and field operational experience gained and. documented by the Corporation and by the water industry generally over time They are intended for. application by Corporation staff designers constructors and land developers to the planning design. construction and commissioning of Corporation infrastructure including water services provided by land. developers for takeover by the Corporation, Nothing in this Design Standard diminishes the responsibility of designers and constructors for applying the. requirements of WA OSH Regulations 1996 Division 12 Construction Industry consultation on hazards. and safety management to the delivery of Corporation assets Information on these statutory requirements. may be viewed at the following web site location, http www commerce wa gov au WorkSafe Content Industries Construction Further information National. standard for construction html, Enquiries relating to the technical content of a Design Standard should be directed to the Principal Engineer. Water Drainage Civil Standards Infrastructure Design Branch Future Design Standard changes if any. will be issued to registered Design Standard users as and when published. Manager Infrastructure Design Branch, This document is prepared without the assumption of a duty of care by the Water Corporation The document is not. intended to be nor should it be relied on as a substitute for professional engineering design expertise or any other. professional advice, It is the responsibility of the user to ensure they are using the current version of this document. Copyright Water Corporation This standard and software is copyright With the exception of use permitted by the. Copyright Act 1968 no part may be reproduced without the written permission of the Water Corporation. Uncontrolled if Printed Page 2 of 52,Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017. Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. DISCLAIMER, Water Corporation accepts no liability for any loss or damage that arises from anything in the. Standards Specifications including any loss or damage that may arise due to the errors and omissions of any person. Any person or entity which relies upon the Standards Specifications from the Water Corporation website does so. that their own risk and without any right of recourse to the Water Corporation including but not limited to using. the Standards Specification for works other than for or on behalf of the Water Corporation. The Water Corporation shall not be responsible nor liable to any person or entity for any loss or damage suffered. as a consequence of the unlawful use of or reference to the Standards Specifications including but not limited to. the use of any part of the Standards Specification without first obtaining prior express written permission from the. CEO of the Water Corporation, Any interpretation of anything in the Standards Specifications that deviates from specific Water Corporation. Project requirements must be referred to and resolved by reference to and for determination by the Water. Corporation s project manager and or designer for that particular Project. Uncontrolled if Printed Page 3 of 52,Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017. Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. REVISION STATUS, The revision status of this standard is shown section by section below. REVISION STATUS, SECTION VER DATE PAGES REVISION DESCRIPTION RVWD APPRVD. REV REVISED Section Clause Sub Clause,1 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version. 1 1 14 06 13 8 10 11 12 1 1 1 2 1 1 4 5 to 1 4 24 revised and. 1 4 25 added to this revision,2 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version. 3 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version, 1 1 14 06 13 14 15 16 18 3 3 4 3 5 1 3 6 3 6 1 3 6 2 3 8 1. 20 21 revised and 3 10 added to this revision,1 2 08 06 17 15 Revised 3 b to replace reference. Appendix 1 with updated drawing,4 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version. 1 1 14 06 13 22 23 4 1 4 1 1 4 1 3 revised,5 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version. 1 1 14 06 13 24 5 3 revised,6 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version. 1 1 14 06 13 26 27 6 1 6 2 revised and 6 5 6 6 6 7 added. to this revision, 1 2 08 06 17 26 27 6 5 revised to remove references to. Suspended Floor Compliance Plaque,6 5a revised to refer to 3 1 6 7c revised. to include Sikaflex sealant,App 1 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version. 1 1 14 06 13 28 Page number changed,App 2 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version. App 3 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version,1 1 14 06 13 37 39 Rearranged and revised. 1 2 08 06 17 37 39 Removed Suspended Floor,Compliance Plaque Rating table and. references revised load rating plaque,Uncontrolled if Printed Page 4 of 52. Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017,Design Standard DS 100. Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate,REVISION STATUS. SECTION VER DATE PAGES REVISION DESCRIPTION RVWD APPRVD. REV REVISED Section Clause Sub Clause,App 4 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version. 1 1 14 06 13 40 41 Rearranged and revised,App 5 1 0 30 06 10 All Original First Version. 1 1 14 06 13 43 44 Rearranged and revised,08 06 17 45 Compliance plaque reference removed. from design checklist, App 6 1 1 14 06 13 All 46 55 Added to this version. 1 2 08 06 17 49 54 56 Revised to add missing drawings from. list of drawings updated with amended,drawing KE97 91 3. Uncontrolled if Printed Page 5 of 52,Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017. Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. DESIGN STANDARD DS 100,Suspended Flooring,Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. Section Page,1 SCOPE AND GENERAL 9,1 1 Scope 9,1 2 References 9. 1 2 1 Water Corporation Standards and Specifications 9. 1 2 2 Australian Standards 9,1 2 3 Regulations and Codes of Practice 10. 1 3 Guidance Information 10,1 4 Definitions 10,1 4 1 Aperture 10. 1 4 2 Banding 10,1 4 3 Cross rod 11,1 4 4 Cut Out 11. 1 4 5 Section of flooring that has been cut out from panel outer edges to allow 11. 1 4 6 Edge Protection 11,1 4 7 Fixed 11,1 4 8 Fixing 11. 1 4 9 Flat Expanded Metal Mesh 11,1 4 10 Floor 11,1 4 11 Grid Mesh 11. 1 4 12 Knuckle 11,1 4 13 Load Bar 11,1 4 14 Long Way Mesh LWM 11. 1 4 15 Opening 11,1 4 16 Panel 11,1 4 17 Pitch 12,1 4 18 Platform 12. 1 4 19 Raised Expanded Metal Mesh 12,1 4 20 Short Way Mesh SWM 12. 1 4 21 Strand 12,1 4 22 Structure 12,1 4 23 Support 12. 1 4 24 Walkway 12,1 4 25 Work Area 12,1 4 26 Engineering Design Process 12. 1 5 Risk Management 12,1 6 Standard Details and Example Drawings 12. 2 ASSET OPERATION REQUIREMENTS 14,Uncontrolled if Printed Page 6 of 52. Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017,Design Standard DS 100. Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate,3 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS 15. 3 1 Structural Design 15,3 2 Design Philosophy 15,3 3 Permissible Deflections 16. 3 4 Flooring Material Selection 16,3 4 1 Durability 16. 3 5 Panels 17,3 5 1 Aperture 17,3 5 2 Size and Shape 17. 3 6 Flooring Structure 19,3 6 1 Bearing Support for Flooring 19. 3 6 2 Overhang 19,3 7 Openings Cut outs and gaps 20. 3 7 1 Openings 20,3 7 2 Cut outs 21,3 7 3 Gaps 21,3 8 Banding 21. 3 8 1 Grid mesh 21,3 8 2 Raised expanded metal mesh 21. 3 8 3 Chequer Plate 21,3 9 Top Surface 21,3 10 Edge Protection 22. 4 FIXING REQUIREMENTS 23,4 1 Types of Fixing 23,4 1 1 Grid mesh 23. 4 1 2 Raised Expanded Metal Mesh 24,4 1 3 Chequer Plate 24. 5 WORKMANSHIP 25,5 1 General 25,5 2 Fabrication Modification and Repair 25. 5 2 1 Grid Mesh 25,5 3 Drawings 25,5 3 1 General Information 25. 5 3 2 Panel Information 26,6 INSTALLATION 27,6 1 Grid Mesh 27. 6 2 Raised Expanded Metal Mesh 27,6 3 Chequer Plate 27. 6 4 Finish 27,6 5 Plaques 27,6 6 Welding 27,6 7 Galvanising 28. Uncontrolled if Printed Page 7 of 52,Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017. Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. APPENDIX 1 DEFINITION DIAGRAMS 29, APPENDIX 2 FLOORING AND FIXING MATERIAL SELECTION TABLES 30. APPENDIX 3 LOAD RATING PLAQUE 34,APPENDIX 4 APPENDIX 4 EDGE PROTECTION 35. APPENDIX 5 DESIGN CHECK LIST 38,APPENDIX 6 STANDARD AND EXAMPLE DRAWINGS 41. Uncontrolled if Printed Page 8 of 52,Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017. Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL, This Design Standard sets out Water Corporation requirements for design and installation of. suspended grid mesh and chequer plate flooring for safe working at places normally used by operating. inspection maintenance and servicing personnel including places having controlled access to public. with foot traffic equipment and vehicular loads limited to loads permitted in AS1170 0 as well as. ladders and stair treads It also sets out requirements for the selection of flooring materials. This Standard does not address flooring or stair treads made from materials other than those listed as. permissible in the Standard reinforced concrete for example It does not address requirements for. mobile equipment mobile platforms neither for example nor for associated support systems that. may have suspended flooring components but do not form part of fixed Corporation water. infrastructure assets,1 2 References, The following documents are indispensable for the application of the Standard. 1 2 1 Water Corporation Standards and Specifications. DS 30 02 General Design Criteria Mechanical,DS 80 WCX CAD Standard. S151 Prevention of Falls Standard,WS 1 Metal Arc Welding. DS95 Standard for the Selection Preparation Application Inspection and Testing. of Protective Coatings on Water Corporation Assets. 1 2 2 Australian Standards, 1657 Fixed platforms walkways stairways and ladders Design construction and installation. 1664 Aluminium structures Limit state design, 1734 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Flat sheet coiled sheet and plate. 3600 Concrete structures, 3661 Slip resistance of pedestrian surfaces Guide to the reduction of slip hazards. 3700 Masonry structures,4100 Steel structures,4360 Risk Management Guidelines. 4680 Hot dip galvanised coatings on fabricated ferrous articles. 1170 Structural Design Actions, 3678 Structural steel Hot rolled plates floor plates and slabs. 3679 1 Structural steel Part 1 Hot rolled bars and sections. 3679 2 Structural steel Part 2 Welded I sections, 4586 Slip resistance classification of new pedestrian surface materials. A240 Standard Specification for Heat Resisting Chromium and Chromium Nickel Stainless. Steel Plate Sheet and Strip for Pressure Vessels,Uncontrolled if Printed Page 9 of 52. Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017,Design Standard DS 100. Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate, B209 Standard Specification for Aluminium and Aluminium Alloy Sheet and Plate. B221 Standard Specification for Aluminium and Aluminium Alloy Extruded Bars Rods Wire. Profiles and Tubes, D635 Standard Test Method for Rate of Burning and or Extent and Time of Burning of Plastics. in a Horizontal Position, D732 Standard Test Method for Shear Strength of Plastics by Punch Tool. E84 Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials. 1 2 3 Regulations and Codes of Practice,Commission for Occupational Safety and Health. Prevention of falls at workplaces Code of practice. Safe design of buildings and structures Code, Worksafe WA Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996. Regulation 3 56 Grid mesh and checker plate flooring panels. 1 3 Guidance Information, Supplementary background information on flooring and stair tread design product selection and. installation practices may be referenced in the following documents Wherever this information. conflicts with anything in this Standard the requirements of the Standard shall prevail. AS HB 197 An introductory guide to the slip resistance of pedestrian surface materials. British Standards BS, 4592 0 Industrial type flooring and stair treads Common design requirements and. recommendations for installations, 4592 1 Industrial type flooring and stair treads Metal open bar gratings Specifications. 4592 2 Industrial type flooring and stair treads Expanded metal sections Specifications. 4592 4 Industrial type flooring and stair treads Glass reinforced plastic GRP open bar. gratings Specifications, 4592 6 Industrial type flooring and stair treads Glass reinforced plastic GRP moulded. open mesh gratings Specifications, ANSI NAMM National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers. MBG 532 00 Heavy Duty Metal Bar Grating,1 4 Definitions. The following definitions shall apply to the application of this Standard Details of selected. definitions are illustrated in Appendix 1,1 4 1 Aperture. An opening in mesh flooring material defined by the boundary of the load bars and cross rods steel. and pultruded fibre reinforced grid mesh and by the load bars moulded fibre reinforced grid mesh or. the strands and knuckles raised expanded metal mesh. 1 4 2 Banding, A banding bar that is welded or in the case of FRP grid mesh bonded to the load bars. Uncontrolled if Printed Page 10 of 52,Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017. Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. 1 4 3 Cross rod, Twisted rod forged across the top of and at right angles to the load bars of steel grid mesh. 1 4 4 Cut Out, 1 4 5 Section of flooring that has been cut out from panel outer edges to allow. positioning of panels to avoid interference with structural members and equipment or. penetration of a service or equipment item,1 4 6 Edge Protection. Edge protection often referred to as a guard rail system including toe board is used to reduce the risk. of a person falling from one level to another,1 4 7 Fixed. The state of an asset component that is mechanically attached to an asset support structure or to an. adjoining fixed components in such a way as to prevent its ready removal or displacement as a result. of incidental or routine asset operation repair and maintenance operations. 1 4 8 Fixing, A weld clip disc stud bolt or other component applied in order to mechanically attach a panel to an. associated asset support structure or to adjoining fixed components. 1 4 9 Flat Expanded Metal Mesh, Mesh formed by passing raised expanded metal mesh through a rolling mill. 1 4 10 Floor, The uppermost or surface element of a platform walkway or landing that is exposed to pedestrian. equipment or vehicular traffic,1 4 11 Grid Mesh, Grid mesh panels that consist of load bars and cross rods made from mild steel galvanised mild steel. stainless steel aluminium or fibre reinforced plastic FRP or load bars in both directions made from. FRP which form a square or rectangular mesh pattern in plan. 1 4 12 Knuckle, An area of raised expanded metal mesh where strands of mesh interconnect. 1 4 13 Load Bar, A flat bar oriented in the vertical plane which provides grid mesh with its primary load bearing. structural properties and strength,1 4 14 Long Way Mesh LWM. The long aperture dimension between raised expanded metal mesh knuckles. 1 4 15 Opening, An unprotected void in a flooring panel that results when a removable or hinged section of floor. designed to provide access to equipment is opened,1 4 16 Panel. A sheet of flooring which has been cut to specific standardised or nominated dimensions. Uncontrolled if Printed Page 11 of 52,Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017. Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. 1 4 17 Pitch, The centre to centre or edge to edge spacing between grid mesh load bars. 1 4 18 Platform, An area of flooring intended to provide access to elevated parts of fixed infrastructure assets for the. purposes of infrastructure operation and maintenance. 1 4 19 Raised Expanded Metal Mesh, Mesh formed by slitting and stretching a flat metal plate in a single continuous process. 1 4 20 Short Way Mesh SWM, The short aperture dimension between the knuckles of raised expanded metal mesh. 1 4 21 Strand, Slit section of plate of expanded metal mesh fixed that forms the primary boundary of the mesh. opening aperture,1 4 22 Structure, A designed assembly of load bearing members and associated load bearing components which support. panels and to which panels are fixed,1 4 23 Support. An individual component member of a structure that supports flooring. 1 4 24 Walkway, A level or sloping area of that adjoins floors at the same or different levels flooring passageway A. walkway structure may be at one level or stepped with landing platforms at multiple levels. 1 4 25 Work Area, An infrastructure asset site area which is likely to require access by operational and maintenance. workers at least once weekly except as otherwise determined by the Operational Representative. 1 4 26 Engineering Design Process, The Corporation s Engineering Design Process Manual of Requirements and associated documents. that define and detail the processes which shall apply to Corporation infrastructure asset designs. 1 5 Risk Management, The Water Corporation s Risk Management Process PCY135 Risk Management Risk Management. Guidelines and the Corporate Risk assessment Criteria shall be applied to assess whole of business. risks arising from flooring configurations that are not specifically addressed by this Standard. 1 6 Standard Details and Example Drawings, The standard details and example drawings that form part of this standard are included in Appendix 6. The standard details contain information which is complementary to that contained in the text and. shall therefore be read in conjunction with the corresponding parts of the standard. The example drawings provide details of information to be included on the design fabrication. Uncontrolled if Printed Page 12 of 52,Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017. Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. Designer and Contract Superintendent shall ensure that they have the latest issue of the drawings. Uncontrolled if Printed Page 13 of 52,Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017. Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. 2 ASSET OPERATION REQUIREMENTS, Designers shall consider the functional and operational needs of an infrastructure asset to ensure that. its flooring components remain fit for purpose over the expected life of the asset The operational and. maintenance requirements of flooring shall be determined in consultation with the Corporation s. Design Operational and Maintenance Representatives The flooring components shall be designed to. maintain asset functional and operational needs over the required asset life The following. environmental usage physical and maintenance requirements shall be established and addressed as. part of flooring design, a Geographical location to determine the relevance of AS NZS 1170 2 AS NZS 1170 3. b Design life of the system as required by the Corporation. c Public and private i e Corporation employees or alliance sub contractors access. d The exposure of flooring to various environments e g chemicals water retention ponding. condensation high temperatures temperature variations and sunlight and fabrication processes. e Service deflection and upper surface slip resistance requirements. f Asset utilization and flooring exposure to imposed pedestrian and vehicular traffic point and. distributed loads arising from personnel and equipment movements during planned and. unplanned operational and maintenance activities, g Provision for openings in flooring for the purposes of access and service operations. Uncontrolled if Printed Page 14 of 52,Ver 1Rev 2,Copyright Water Corporation 2010 2017. Design Standard DS 100,Suspended Flooring Grid Mesh and Chequer Plate. 3 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS, Designers shall provide the appropriate design outputs as required by the Engineering Design Process. and the following, a A certificate of design conformance with the Worksafe Code of Practice for the Safe Design of. Buildings and Structures 2008, b A drawing that shows typical load Rating Plaque detail and format for application to the. individual platform rating plaques to be shown together with installation positioning details on. the design drawings in accordance with Drawing KE97 91 3 Completed Design Check list. included in Appendix 5 duly completed and signed by the Designer or Structural engineer. nominated by the Water Corporation,3 1 Structural Design. The design of platforms walkways stairways ladders handrails and of associated structures supports. and fixings shall comply with the requirements of AS NZS 1170 AS1657 AS4100 AS1664 AS3600. AS3700 and Water Corporation Design Standards and Specifications as appropriate. Flooring structures shall be designed for dead load permanent action plus imposed live load action. a General non public access as defined in AS1657 not less than 2 5kPa uniformly distributed or. 1 1kN concentrated load whichever produces the greater stress or deflection. b The requirements of Table 3 1 and Table B1 of AS NZS 1170 1 where the floor is likely to be. loaded in excess of the stipulation in a above, c The guidance provided by Section C3 1 of AS NZS 1170 1 Supp 1 2002 for public access and. heavy frequent traffic demands where the loads are not known and where the type of. occupancy is not covered in Table 3 1 and Table B1 of AS NZS 1170 1. Wherever a platform may be exposed to mobile plant or equipment the plant or equipment shall be. considered fixed for the purposes of dead load calculation The calculated concentrated load shall be. assumed to apply through a 100mm x 100mm loading area. 3 2 Design Philosophy, Flooring designers shall consider the requirements of DS 100 and manufacturer supplied information. The requirements of DS 100 and nominated Corporation Standards shall prevail wherever there may. be in conflict with manufacturer supplied information proprietary flooring load deflection data and. with other standards Designers shall design panels on a simple support basis to safely support. a Loads and deflections at the locations of maximum stress and deflection within the panels. b Impact and vibration loads transmitted by equipment including reciprocating or rotating. equipment that may be in contact with or supported by the flooring. c Significant extraordinary e g plant and equipment loads imposed in addition to pedestrian. loads irrespective of loading frequency except where it is determined by means of an. operability risk assessment involving the Corporation as asset owner that the loading risk is. acceptably low or that the possibility of imposed loading has been eliminated. Flooring panel deflections that may arise due to extraordinary albeit infrequent imposed loads shall not. exceed the specified permissible deflection values except where it may be shown by means of an. operability risk assessment involving the Corporation as asset owner that higher service deflections. are unlikely to cause slip trip or fall hazards,Uncontrolled if Printed Page 15 of 52.
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