Spring components shall be 1" (25 mm), 2" (51 mm) deflection, free-standing, unhoused, laterally stable steel springs. Springs shall have a
lateral stiffness greater than 1.0 times the rated vertical stiffness and shall be designed for 50% (nominalized) overload to solid.
Springs shall be color coded to indicate load capacity. Rails shall provide continuous support for the rooftop equipment and shall be designed
to provide isolation against casing-radiated vibration in the rooftop equipment housing and structure-borne vibration from rotating and
mechanical equipment in the rooftop package.
Rail assembly shall consist of extruded aluminum top and bottom members connected by spring isolators and a continuous air- and water-tight seal.
The seal shall be a beaded elastomeric material retained in a keyway along the top extrusion. The weather strip shall be sealed along the bottom
with an aluminum fascia strip.
Rail assemblies shall incorporate means for attachment to the building and the supported equipment and shall incorporate additional stiffening
members if necessary to assure stability.
Vibration isolators shall be selected by the manufacturer for each specific application to comply with deflection requirements as shown on the
vibration isolation schedule or as indicated on the project documents.
Roof curb rails shall be model KSR as manufactured by Kinetics Noise Control, Inc.