system. These lighting levels are not intended for use with
training personnel. The lights in the crawl spaces are only
intended to aid and supplement maintenance and inspection
personnel who carry individual task lighting. Provide
approximately 53.8 Lx of illumination level. The light switches
associated with the crawl space lights should be located outside
the entryway(s) for the compartments.
It is requested that the following requirement be
added to the operation and maintenance support information
(OMSI) for the facility:
Perform monthly inspection of the two gaskets (ballast
and globe) associated with each fixture. Replace gasket when
Staging areas should be provided with general lighting
for nighttime operation.
Special Compartment Lighting. Special compartment
lighting should be provided for use by the trainee and should be
provided and controlled by the device contractor.
Every attempt should be made to minimize the length of
conduit in the compartment. When conduit is run in the
compartment it should be shielded from the fire and water spray
and should contain wire with high temperature insulation
suitable for greater than 260 degrees C. High temperature wire
should be in accordance with Military Specification MIL-W-25038,
Wire, Electrical, High Temperature and Fire Resistant, Type 1.
Outlets. The 120-Vac convenience outlets should be provided in
the crawl spaces, burner rooms, and instructor's station.
Electrical Interlocks in Crawl Space and Burner Rooms.
The electrical interlocks in crawl spaces and burner room should
meet the following criteria:
a) Provide a lockable, key operated HOA switch in the
instructor's station to disable lighting circuits, receptacle
circuits, and power circuits in the crawl space(s) and burner
room(s). The HOA switch should be wired to the DTC in the same