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SPS 362.1810 Note Acceptable hammer-efficiency values are:
SPS 362.1810 Note 0.75 for drop hammers.
SPS 362.1810 Note 0.85 for other hammers, or an efficiency recommended by the hammer manufacturer.
SPS 362.1810 Note Acceptable correction factors are:
SPS 362.1810 Note Overall Fo: 0.94.
SPS 362.1810 Note Soil Fs: 1.00 for mixed soil profile.
SPS 362.1810 Note 0.87 for sandy soil profile.
SPS 362.1810 Note 1.20 for clayey soil profile.
SPS 362.1810 Note Pile Fp: 1.00 for closed-ended pipe.
SPS 362.1810 Note 1.02 for open-ended pipe.
SPS 362.1810 Note 0.80 for H-Section piles.
SPS 362.1810 Note Hammer Fh: 1.00 for open-ended diesel.
SPS 362.1810 Note 0.84 for closed-ended diesel.
SPS 362.1810 Note 1.16 for air or steam single-acting.
SPS 362.1810 Note 1.01 for air or steam double-acting.
SPS 362.1810 Note 1.00 for hydraulic.
SPS 362.1810 Note If at least 1 static load test is performed to field-check the penetration resistance criteria calculated by the above dynamic formulas, a minimum safety factor of 2.5 must be applied to the ultimate axial compression capacity calculated by the dynamic formula to determine the allowable pile load. If only dynamic testing (including signal matching) is performed to field-check the penetration resistance criteria determined by the dynamic formula, a minimum safety factor of 2.75 must be applied to the ultimate axial compression capacity calculated by the dynamic formula to determine the allowable pile load. If no field testing is performed to check the penetration resistance criteria calculated by the dynamic formula, a minimum safety factor of 3.0 must be applied to the ultimate axial compression capacity calculated by the dynamic formula to determine the allowable pile load.
SPS 362.1810 Note The above formulas are predicated on the following three conditions: (1) static load testing and/or dynamic testing being performed on pile(s) driven in uniform site soil conditions, (2) test pile(s) being driven with the same hammer and cushion used for installation of production piles, and (3) test pile(s) being of the same type and section used for production piles. If any of the three conditions is not met, additional field testing is required. With static load testing and/or dynamic testing, penetration resistance criteria calculated by the dynamic formula must be modified as appropriate based on the results of the field testing. A site must be defined as a project site, or a portion of it, where subsurface conditions can be characterized as geologically similar in terms of subsurface stratigraphy, including the sequence, thickness, geologic history, engineering properties and groundwater aspects.
SPS 362.1810(5) (5)Factor of safety for uplift. The exception in IBC section 1810.3.3.1.5 is not included as part of chs. SPS 361 to 366.
SPS 362.1810(6) (6)Helical piles. This is a department informational note to be used under IBC section 1810.3.3.1.9: Note: See sub. (2) for factors of safety that supersede the criteria in this section. For example, under sub. (2) (c), (d) and (e), this factor may be 3, 2.5 or 1.5, respectively.
SPS 362.1810(7) (7)Deep foundations in subsiding areas. Substitute the following wording for the requirements in IBC section 1810.3.4:
SPS 362.1810(7)(a) (a) Where deep foundations are installed through subsiding fills or other subsiding strata and derive support from underlying firmer materials, consideration shall be given to the downward drag load that may be imposed on the deep foundations by the subsiding upper strata.
SPS 362.1810(7)(b) (b) Where the influence of subsiding fills is considered as imposing loads on the deep foundation, the allowable stresses specified in this chapter are permitted to be increased where satisfactory substantiating data are submitted.
SPS 362.1810(7)(c) (c) The position of the deep foundation's neutral plane shall be determined, and the settlement of the soil at the level of the neutral plane shall be estimated. The maximum load in the deep foundation, which occurs at the neutral plane, shall be determined.
SPS 362.1810(8) (8)Design cracking moment. Substitute the following equation for IBC equation 18-11: jMn = 3(f'c)0.5( Sm).
SPS 362.1810(9) (9)Driven timber piles. Substitute the following wording for the requirements in IBC section 1810.4.1.5: Any sudden decrease in driving resistance of an end-supported timber pile shall be investigated with regard to the possibility of damage. If the sudden decrease in driving resistance cannot be correlated to load-bearing data, the pile shall be removed for inspection or rejected, or shall be assigned a reduced capacity commensurate with the loss of end-bearing in lieu of removing or rejecting the pile.
SPS 362.1810 History History: CR 00-179: cr. Register December 2001 No. 552, eff. 7-1-02; CR 04-016: am. (3) (e), cr. (6) Register December 2004 No. 588, eff. 1-1-05; CR 06-120: renum. Comm 62.1807 to be Comm 62.1808 and am. (1), (2), (3) (intro.), (4) (intro.), (5) (intro.) and (a) and (6) Register February 2008 No. 626, eff. 3-1-08; CR 10-103: (title), (1), (2), (7) renum. from Comm 62.1808, (title), (2), (3), (5) and am., (9) renum. from Comm 62.1809 and am.; cr. (3) to (6), (8) Register August 2011 No. 668, eff. 9-1-11; CR 16-094: am. (5), Register April 2018 No. 748 eff. 5-1-18.
SPS 362.1908 SPS 362.1908Shotcrete clearance. Substitute the following wording for the exception under IBC section 1908.4.2: Subject to the approval of the department, required clearances may be reduced where it is demonstrated by preconstruction tests that adequate encasement of the bars used in the design will be achieved.
SPS 362.1908 History History: CR 00-179: cr. Register December 2001 No. 552, eff. 7-1-02; CR 06-120: renum. Comm 62.1914 to be Comm 62.1913 and am. Register February 2008 No. 626, eff. 3-1-08; CR 10-103: r. and recr. Register August 2011 No. 668, eff. 9-1-11; CR 16-094: renum 362.1913 to 362.1908 and am., Register April 2018 No. 748 eff. 5-1-18.
SPS 362.2109 SPS 362.2109Empirical design of masonry.
SPS 362.2109(1)(1)Bearing on masonry. This is a department rule in addition to the requirements in IBC section 2109.1: Lintels shall be considered structural members and shall be designed in accordance with the applicable provisions of IBC chapter 16.
SPS 362.2109(2) (2)Jointing. These are department rules in addition to the requirements in IBC section 2109:
SPS 362.2109(2)(a) (a) Expansion and shrinkage. Joints commensurate with lateral stability requirements shall be installed in all exterior masonry to allow for expected growth of clay products and shrinkage of concrete products.
SPS 362.2109(2)(b) (b) Vertical jointing. Vertical movement joints shall be provided at a spacing in compliance with Table 362.2109.
SPS 362.2109 Note Note: To accomplish the intended purpose, joints should be located at critical locations, such as changes in building heights, changes in framing systems, columns built into exterior walls, major wall openings, and changes in materials.
SPS 362.2109(2)(c) (c) Horizontal jointing. Where supports such as shelf angles or plates are required to carry the weight of masonry above the foundation level, a pressure–relieving joint shall be provided between the structural support and any masonry that occurs below this level. The joint width shall be such as to prevent any load being transmitted from the support to any element directly below. All mortar and rigid materials shall be kept out of this joint. This type of joint shall be provided at all such supports in a concrete frame structure where clay masonry is exposed to the weather. - See PDF for table PDF
SPS 362.2109 History History: CR 00-179: cr. Register December 2001 No. 552, eff. 7-1-02; CR 10-103: r. (2), Table 62.2109-1, renum. (3) to be (2), Table 62.2109-2 to be Table 62.2109 and am. (2) (b) Register August 2011 No. 668, eff. 9-1-11; correction in (2) (b) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register December 2011 No. 672.
SPS 362.2204 SPS 362.2204Welded Connections. This is a department informational note to be used under IBC section 2204.1: Note: The rules pertaining to registration of structural welders are specified in ch. SPS 305.
SPS 362.2204 History History: CR 06-120: cr. Register February 2008 No. 626, eff. 3-1-08; CR 10-103: r. and recr. Register August 2011 No. 668, eff. 9-1-11.
SPS 362.2211 SPS 362.2211Steel trusses spanning 60 feet or greater. The requirements in IBC section 2211.3.3 are not included as part of chs. SPS 361 to 366.
SPS 362.2211 History History: CR 10-103: cr. Register August 2011 No. 668, eff. 9-1-11; CR 16-094: renum. 362.2210 to 362.2211 and am., Register April 2018 No. 748 eff. 5-1-18; correction in (title) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 2., Stats., Register April 2018 No. 748.
SPS 362.2303 SPS 362.2303Wood trusses spanning 60 feet or greater. The requirements in IBC section 2303.4.1.3 are not included as part of chs. SPS 361 to 366.
SPS 362.2303 History History: CR 00-179: cr. Register December 2001 No. 552, eff. 7-1-02; CR 04-016: renum. to be (2), cr. (1) Register December 2004 No. 588, eff. 1-1-05; CR 06-120: r. and recr. (1), am. (2), cr. (3) Register February 2008 No. 626, eff. 3-1-08; CR 10-103: r. and recr. Register August 2011 No. 668, eff. 9-1-11; CR 16-094: am., Register April 2018 No. 748 eff. 5-1-18; correction in (title) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 2., Stats., Register April 2018 No. 748.
SPS 362.2304 SPS 362.2304Girder ends. This is a department rule in addition to the requirements in IBC section 2304.12.2.1: A moisture barrier shall be provided between an untreated or nondurable wood girder and an exterior masonry or concrete bearing surface.
SPS 362.2304 History History: CR 00-179: cr. Register December 2001 No. 552, eff. 7-1-02; CR 06-120: am. Register February 2008 No. 626, eff. 3-1-08; CR 16-094: am., Register April 2018 No. 748 eff. 5-1-18.
SPS 362.2409 SPS 362.2409Glass and glazing for elevators. This is a department informational note to be used under IBC section 2409: Note: See ch. SPS 318 [ASME A17.1] for additional glass and glazing requirements relating to elevators. Those requirements include a prohibition against elevator hoistway windows that give a false appearance of a floor level.
SPS 362.2409 History History: CR 06-120: cr. Register February 2008, No. 626, eff. 3-1-08.
SPS 362.2503 SPS 362.2503Gypsum board and plaster. The requirements in IBC section 2503.1 are not included as part of this code.
SPS 362.2503 History History: CR 00-179: cr. Register December 2001 No. 552, eff. 7-1-02.
SPS 362.2510 SPS 362.2510Water-resistive barriers. This is a department rule in addition to the requirements in IBC section 2510.6: The vertical leg of flashing at the base of a wall with two layers of a water-resistive barrier shall be installed behind both layers of the water-resistive barrier.
SPS 362.2510 History History: CR 16-094: cr., Register April 2018 No. 748 eff. 5-1-18.
SPS 362.2701 SPS 362.2701Electrical code. This is a department informational note to be used under IBC section 2701.1: Note: As defined in s. SPS 361.04 (6), “ICC Electrical Code" means ch. SPS 316.
SPS 362.2701 History History: CR 01-139: cr. Register June 2002 No. 558, eff. 7-1-02.
SPS 362.2900 SPS 362.2900Additional criteria for toilets. These are department rules in addition to the requirements in IBC chapter 29:
SPS 362.2900(1) (1)Plumbing fixture alternatives.
SPS 362.2900(1)(a)(a) Water closets.
SPS 362.2900(1)(a)1.1. Systems or devices recognized under ss. SPS 391.10 and 391.11 may be substituted for water closets required under IBC chapter 29.
SPS 362.2900(1)(a)2. 2. Privies recognized under ch. SPS 391 may be substituted for water closets required under IBC chapter 29 in any of the following situations:
SPS 362.2900(1)(a)2.a. a. A building accommodating a seasonal occupancy when occupancy of the building does not extend for more than 3 of the 4 seasons.
SPS 362.2900(1)(a)2.b. b. A building accommodating a school or a assembly that is operated by and for members of a bona fide religious denomination in accordance with the teachings and beliefs of the denomination.
SPS 362.2900(1)(a)2.c. c. As approved by the department.
SPS 362.2900(1)(a)3. 3. Portable restrooms recognized under ch. SPS 391 may be substituted for water closets required under IBC chapter 29 for buildings accommodating events or temporary occupancies not exceeding 12 consecutive days or as approved by the department.
SPS 362.2900(1)(b) (b) Lavatories. Waterless antiseptic cleansing provisions may be substituted for lavatories required under IBC chapter 29 where systems or devices under par. (a) 2. are substituted for water closets. Where water-based water closets or urinals are used, water-based lavatories shall be provided in numbers to accommodate the number of people served by the water closets and urinals.
SPS 362.2900(2) (2)Permanent outdoor toilets.
SPS 362.2900(2)(a)(a) A permanent outdoor toilet room shall be provided with a suitable approach such as a concrete, gravel or cinder walk.
SPS 362.2900(2)(b) (b) All windows, ventilators, and other openings for a permanent outdoor toilet room shall be screened to limit the entrance of flies, and all doors shall be self closing.
SPS 362.2900(3) (3)Urinals. Urinals shall be placed against walls at least 6 feet 8 inches high.
SPS 362.2900 History History: CR 00-179: cr. Register December 2001 No. 552, eff. 7-1-02; CR 01-139: am. (2) Register June 2002 No. 558, eff. 7-1-02; CR 04-016: am. (2), cr. (4) (b) 3. Register December 2004 No. 588, eff. 1-1-05; CR 06-120: r. and recr. Register February 2008 No. 626, eff. 3-1-08; CR 08-055: am. (1) Register February 2009 No. 638, eff. 3-1-09; correction in (1) (a) 1., 2., 3. made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register December 2011 No. 672; CR 16-094: r. and recr., Register April 2018 No. 748 eff. 5-1-18; CR 16-094: renum. (3) (a) to (3) and am., r. (3) (b) 1., 2., renum. (3) (b) 3. to 362.1210 (1m) (a) 4., Register April 2018 No. 748 eff. 5-1-18.
SPS 362.2901 SPS 362.2901Plumbing code. This is a department informational note to be used under IBC section 2901.1: Note: As defined in s. SPS 361.04 (12) and (13), “IPC and International Plumbing Code" and “IPSC and International Private Sewage Code" mean chs. SPS 381 to 387.
SPS 362.2901 History History: CR 01-139: cr. Register June 2002 No. 558, eff. 7-1-02.
SPS 362.2902 SPS 362.2902Plumbing fixtures.
SPS 362.2902(1) (1)Minimum number of fixtures.
SPS 362.2902(1)(a)(a) Exceptions. These are department exceptions to the requirements in IBC section 2902.1:
SPS 362.2902(1)(a)1. 1. Where more than one water closet is required for males, urinals may be substituted for up to 50 percent of the required number of water closets, except that urinals may be substituted for up to 67 percent of the required number of water closets in Group A and E occupancies.
SPS 362.2902(1)(a)2. 2. Where drinking fountains are required, other reasonable alternatives are acceptable, as approved by the department.
SPS 362.2902(1)(a)3. 3. For child day care facilities, bathtubs or showers are not required where other personal hygiene washing arrangements are provided that satisfy the licensing requirements of the Wisconsin department of health services.
SPS 362.2902(1)(a)4. 4. For day nurseries and child day care facilities, children under the age of 30 months need not be considered as a part of the occupant load used to determine the minimum number of water closets.
SPS 362.2902(1)(a)5. 5. Service sinks may be omitted for any occupancy where privies have been substituted for water closets under s. SPS 362.2900 (1) (a) 2.
SPS 362.2902(1)(b) (b) Additional fixtures. These are department informational notes to be used under IBC sections 2902.1 and 2902.2: Note: Additional plumbing fixtures may be required for employees by the U.S. department of labor, occupational safety and health act (OSHA) regulations.
Note: Additional plumbing fixtures may be required by the department of health services for restaurants, mobile home parks, camping grounds, camping resorts, recreational camps and educational camps.
Note: Chapter SPS 390 also has requirements for minimum numbers of sanitary fixtures for a public swimming pool, as based on the pool area. For some buildings, the minimum number of sanitary fixtures determined in that manner may be larger than the minimum number determined in accordance with this section. Compliance with this section does not relieve an owner from complying with ch. SPS 390.
Note: Chapter SPS 391 has requirements for equal speed of access to toilets for each gender, at facilities where the public congregates that do not fall under the scope of this chapter.
SPS 362.2902(1)(c) (c) Substitutions in IBC Table 2902.1.
SPS 362.2902(1)(c)1.1. Substitute the following wording for the water closets heading in IBC Table 2902.1: Water closetse (see s. SPS 362.2902 (1) (a) 1. for urinals).
SPS 362.2902(1)(c)2. 2. Substitute the following wording for the drinking fountains heading in IBC Table 2902.1: Drinking fountains (see s. SPS 362.2902 (1) (a) 2.).
SPS 362.2902(1)(c)3. 3. In IBC Table 2902.1, substitute the following wording for the required minimum number of water closets for females in type A-4 and A-5 occupancies: 1 per 37 for the first 1,500 and 1 per 60 for the remainder exceeding 1,500.
SPS 362.2902(1)(c)4. 4. Substitute the following wording for the required number of bathtubs or showers in storage occupancies in IBC Table 2902.1: See the International Plumbing Code.
SPS 362.2902(1)(c)5. 5. Substitute the following wording for the required number of bathtubs or showers in factory and industrial occupancies in IBC Table 2902.1: See the International Plumbing Code.
SPS 362.2902(1)(d) (d) Addition to IBC Table 2902.1. This is an additional department footnote for IBC Table 2902.1: Footnote e. Wherever more than 500 people congregate and more than the required minimum number of water closets or urinals are provided for males, twice as many of those additional toilet facilities shall be provided for females.
SPS 362.2902(1)(e) (e) Alternative to IBC Table 2902.1. This is a department alternative to the minimum fixture requirements of IBC Table 2902.1: The required number of toilet fixtures may be based on the actual occupancy load rather than the load determined by square footage per IBC Table 1004.1.1. The actual occupancy load shall be based on justification found acceptable to the department.
SPS 362.2902(2)(a)(a) Lavatories for toilet rooms. This is a department rule in addition to the requirements in IBC section 2902.1: At least one lavatory shall be provided in each toilet room or in a gender-designated lounge adjacent to the toilet room. If a multiple-use lavatory is provided, 24 lineal inches of wash sink, or 20 inches measured along the edge of a circular basin will be considered equivalent to one lavatory.
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