For guidance in the selection of Plan Types A or B, see paragraph
3 on page 28.4-34.
Provide exterior design and siting to suit project requirements.
The shop sizes indicated are for a typical automotive (Lead Acid)
and/or aircraft (NICAD) with a maximum workload of 8 nickel
cadmium and 40 lead acid batteries per work shift. For work loads
different than this, the shop size should be modified. The major
change for different work loads would be in the charging bench
Battery Shop Facilities and Battery Rooms shall comply with OSHA
1926.403 and 1910.178.
TOTAL GROSS AREA
MECHANICAL - Plan Types A and B
Recovery Rate (through 65 rise)
Outside design temperature:
Refer to NAVFAC P-89 "Engineering Weather
Typical design load in MBH at various outside design temperatures.
Inside design temperature:
68F minimum for NICAD Shop
68F maximum for Lead Acid Shop and Office
FACILITY PLATE NO.