c) The inclined ladder leading to Compartments 1 and
2, and 3 and 4 descends greater than 4300 mm, however, no
intermediate landing is required. The inclined ladder should be
d) The Foam Reel Station (FR) and Halon systems
between Compartments 1 and 2 should be protected from the fire
by 1200 mm high heat shields. Heat shields should be
constructed of pipe and sheet metal and be sized so radiant heat
from the fire cannot reach the firefighting equipment.
184.108.40.206 Use Rate. The 19F1A and 19F1B structures are designed
to house 13 distinct fireplaces to instruct a one-day course for
two ship's teams of up to 24 members per team. The ship's teams
rescue and assistance details and at-sea fire parties (average
team size is 18). Each team should be assigned a building half
for training. Each side of the building should have three
training exercises per hour. Each team should fight a minimum
of five fires with a sixth fire as the graded exercise for the
course. The graded exercise for the team should be on the
opposite building half from which the team trained. A typical
schedule should consist of three classes (A, B, C) per week, 108
trainees per week or 5,400 trainees per year.
220.127.116.11 Firefighting Agents. The first and second training
floors should have HS1 type hose stations while HS2 hose
stations should be installed on the roof staging area. In
addition, one foam hose station (FS) and one FR type hose
station for foam, should be installed on the roof staging area.
The FS by the escape trunk should supply foam to the FR in
Compartment 2 and to the FR on the roof. Provide six 6.81 kg CO2
cylinders, four 13.6 kg PKP cylinders and one 9.08 kg PKP
cylinder. These cylinders should be provided by the facility
contractor and located and installed by station personnel.
Halon 1301 (device contractor installed) should be simulated in
Compartment 1 and a foam reel FR, should be provided in
Compartment 2. Foam should be used throughout the structure