(6) Electrical fixtures for paint spray areas shall be in accordance
with NFPA 33.
Lighting. Interior lighting shall be an energy efficient type such
as high pressure sodium vapor in high bay areas. Other interior lighting will
accordance with NFPA 33.
Grounding. Two separate grounding systems are required. One system
is for grounding the building structure, service entrance, and normal
building equipment and the other is for grounding instruments.
Resistance-to-ground in both systems shall be 25 ohms maximum.
nance control office and each shop shall be provided.
Radar. Connection between radar antennas located on the roof and
equipment located in the building shall be provided.
6. WEIGHT-HANDLING EQUIPMENT.
Overhead Equipment. Bridge cranes, jib cranes, and/or monorail
hoists will be required in antenna repair and testing areas, packing and
unpacking areas, and areas where heavy equipment is serviced. Overhead
weight-handling equipment shall be electrically operated with capacity as
required by the shop area and shall be in accordance with NAVFAC DM-38.1.
Where weight-handling equipment is used for critical positioning operations,
motors shall be controlled at slow speed for positioning loads and high speed
for moving loads.
Elevators. Freight and/or personnel elevators shall be provided
for multistory facilities.
SECURITY. Security shall be provided for the entire building as required
for critical areas in Chapter 3 of OPNAVINST 5510.45. The cryptographic main-
tenance room shall meet the requirements for a classification of TOP SECRET in
Regulation Program and OPNAVINST 5510.45.
8. MARINE CORPS FACILITY REQUIREMENTS. Marine Corps wing communications
squadron in-garrison GEM shops are configured to accommodate mobile
facilities when they are not deployed with the squadron. (See NAVFAC DM-28.1,
Section 15, Marine Corp Aircraft Maintenance Facilities, for criteria which
are applicable in these GEM shops.)