the roof. The interior FR is fed from the east FS because both
stations serve the same group during 0418 training. During 0412
training, each FR should be served by a separate FS.
b) Provide six 6.81 kg CO2 cylinders, four 14 kg PKP
cylinders, and one 9 kg PKP cylinder. These cylinders should be
provided by the facility contractor and located and installed by
the station personnel. Halon should be simulated in Compartment
220.127.116.11 Ventilation. The design ventilation less the pit fire
or the 19F1A, 19F1B portion of the structure should be based on
the simultaneous operation of compartments or 49 088 L/s "air
out." The minimum ventilation should be 3776 L/s. The design
ventilation for the pit fire, B3, or B4 portion of the structure
should be 56 640 L/s "air out." For ventilation air per area,
see Table 11.
instructor's station is expected to add 6739 W to the air
conditioning load. Normal occupancy should be six people. The
9669 W due to equipment and a two-person occupancy. Individual
thermostatic control for each area is required.
18.104.22.168 Power. The power for the device is 100 kVA.
120/208 V, three-phase service.
22.214.171.124 Lighting. The staging area should be lighted for
training after dark. When walkways and stair columns associated
with the 19F1A and 19F1B portions of the structure are enclosed,
they should be lighted.
19F4 and 19F4A Structures
General. The 19F4 and 19F4A structures should be used
to train the Shipboard Aircraft Firefighting Course, J-495-0413
and the Aviation Facility Ship Helicopter Firefighting Team
Training Course, J-495-0414. The structure is designed to train