air dryer and a high purity air filter/cleaner. Fresh air
intake to the EAB compressor should be located away from any
d) Air samples taken from the completed system should
be tested and approved in accordance with: (1) Fed. Spec.
BB-A-1034, Source II and (2) 29 CFR 1910 Grade D breathing air
requirements prior to system acceptance and twice per year. The
EAB system is not required to be certified per Naval Material
Command (NAVMAT) P-9290, System Certification Procedures and
Criteria Manual for Deep Submergency System.
220.127.116.11 Power. The power requirement for the device should be
35.5 kVA. It should be 120/208 Vac, three-phase, 60 cycle and
include 21.4 kVA in the burner room and 14.1 kVA in the
There should be two heavy duty type electrical outlets
in the training compartment located on the edge of the main
walkway. One outlet should be 480-Vac, three-phase, 60 cycle
and the other should be 120-Vac, single-phase service.
18.104.22.168 Lighting. The 21C12 and 21C12A structures parking lot
and grounds should be lighted for nighttime operation. The
training compartment should be lighted for maintenance from
underneath the grating.
Emergency egress corridors should be lighted with low
wall fixtures located to be shielded from the fires. Locate
switches on both sides of emergency exit doors. These lights
should only be used for maintenance purposes so that the lights
should not interfere with training.
The device contractor should provide training
compartment lighting which is remotely controlled from the
Propane Alarm System. The firefighting training
facility should have a 24-hour propane detection system in the
trainers. The detection system should be provided by the device
contractor and monitored by device computers.