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  1. All material, fittings, appurtenances and devices shall be in accordance with standards listed in Appendix A, Table A.
  2. The drainage and venting for security fixtures shall be in accordance with Sections 890.910 through 890.930, 890.1010 through 890.1060, 890.1310 through 890.1380 and Sections 890.1410 through 890.1600.
  3. The water supply for security fixtures shall be in accordance with Sections 890.1110 through 890.1240. Note: A full-way valve for each cell shall be located outside the cell.
  1. All water closets shall either be of stainless steel (Type 304) construction, including framework, reinforcing and interior piping, or be vitreous china complying with ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1.
  2. If stainless steel water closets are used, they shall comply with the following:
    1. The bowl and flushing rim shall not be less than 14 gauge.
    2. The water closet shall have a minimum of a 3-inch diameter, fully enclosed stainless steel P-trap and shall pass a 21/8-inch diameter ball.
    3. All welds shall be ground smooth, and exterior surfaces polished.
    4. Integral contoured seats that are self-draining and crevice freeshall be a part of the water closet.
  3. All water closets shall have push button flush valves.
(Source: Amended at 38 Ill. Reg. 9940, effective April 24, 2014)
  1. All urinals shall be either Type 304 stainless steel or vitreous china complying with ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1.
  2. All stainless steel urinals shall comply with the following:
    1. The urinal shall be fabricated of Type 304 stainless steel with exposed edges polished.
    2. All exposed welds are to be ground smooth.
    3. All construction is to be free from visible voids, seams or crevices.
    4. The trap shall provide a 2-inch seal and pass a 1.9-inch diameter ball.
    5. The urinal shall be fitted with an integrally welded steel beehive dome strainer.
(Source: Amended at 38 Ill. Reg. 9940, effective April 24, 2014)
  1. The cabinet shall be of stainless steel (Type 304) with a minimum of 12 gauge for the cabinet and 14 gauge for the top.
  2. The cabinet top shall have a backsplash.
  3. The lavatory shall include adjustable control valves on the hot and cold, self-closing filler valve with a maximum 1/2 gpm flow control and a combination penal filler/bubbler spout. A maximum of 115°F temperature is allowed.
  4. The lavatory drain shall not have a mechanical air vent attached.
  5. Supply inlets to the lavatory shall have screw driver stops, gate or globe valves.
  6. The water closet shall have no less than a 3 inch diameter, fully enclosed stainless steel toilet P-trap and shall pass a 21/8 inch diameter ball.
(Source: Amended at 28 Ill. Reg. 4215, effective February 18, 2004)
  1. Service sinks/lavatories shall be either stainless steel, cast iron complying with ASME A112.19.1/CSA B45.2, or vitreous china complying with ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1. Stainless steel service sinks/lavatories shall be fabricated of Type 304 stainless steel with the exterior surfaces polished; all exposed welds are to be ground smooth, and there shall be no visible voids, seams or crevices.
  2. Security sink/lavatory shall include a self-closing valve set with integral stops, gate or globe valves, reversible union inlets and plain-end filler spout, or a grid strainer drain, elbow waste with a 2-inch female connection. Timing of control valves shall be field adjustable from five to 40 seconds and shall not require shutting off the supply lines.
  3. The waste assembly shall comply with Section 890.410(g)(1) and be of brass, copper or bronze construction.
  4. Drains with mechanical air vents are prohibited.
(Source: Amended at 38 Ill. Reg. 9940, effective April 24, 2014)
  1. All sinks for food preparation or cleansing of utensils used to prepare food shall be of stainless steel (Type 304) construction, including framework and reinforcing.
  2. All welds shall be ground smooth, and exterior surfaces polished.
  3. All sinks shall be provided with waste outlets at least one and one-half (1 1/2) inches in diameter. A crossbar, strainer, or other means shall be provided to restrict the clear opening of the waste outlet. No kitchen sink basket shall be less than three and one-half (3 1/2) inches in diameter.
  4. Waste lines and water supply lines shall conform with Sections 890.130 through 890.1600.
  1. All cabinet showers shall be unitized one-piece fixtures of stainless steel with the exposed surfaces polished, except the receptor which shall have a non-skid surface. All exposed welds shall be ground smooth and all construction is to be free of visible voids, seams or crevices.
  2. Shower compartments shall have at least 1,296 square inches outside dimensions and shall be at least 32 inches in shortest dimension outside dimensions.
  3. The valve shall be an adjustable type with a maximum of two and one-half (2 1/2) gpm flow control, integral screwdriver stop valve.
  4. The shower shall include a stainless steel soap dish, shower head and clothes hook, designed for correctional facility use.
  5. The shower head within shower cabinets or site constructed showers shall be located in such a manner as not to pose an insanitary or nuisance condition outside the shower area. The shower heads are to be on a side wall or overhead so as not to spray water out of the shower cabinet or area and create a slipping hazard on the tile floor or cause water to pond in areas other than the shower area.
  1. All flush valves for water closets or urinals shall conform with Sections 890.650(e) and 890.660(b) of this Part.
  2. All flush valves shall feature rubber diaphragm operation, non-hold-open push buttons (and handles), union check stops and vacuum breakers as approved in this Part. (See Sections 890.1130(c) and 890.1140(a) and (b).)
  3. Flush valves shall be concealed wherever possible.
Soap dishes shall be of the air circulating, self draining design.
  1. Location. Floor drains can be located either within a cell or outside the cell.
  2. Drain Cover. Each drain cover shall be securely anchored by means of vandal resistant screws.
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