system for chemical mixing room to maintain air in the breathing
zone free of chemicals. (Refer to Section 2 of MIL-HDBK-1003/17
for recommended design procedures.) The exhaust fan and venting
of automatic processing equipment shall not re-introduce exhaust
fumes into the fresh air intake.
and receivers associated with towers usually require air
conditioning. If remote buildings are associated with towers,
provide a central alarm system for out-of-service conditions such
as high temperature. Forced ventilation or air conditioning
shall be provided for the control cab for personnel comfort and
for electronic equipment rooms to meet temperature and humidity
requirements of electronic equipment. Conduct a thorough
analysis of the solar heat gain to ensure proper sizing of the
cooling equipment. Provide for manual adjustment of thermostats
to control air conditioning by control cab occupants. Provide
for emergency ventilation for the control cab utilizing the air
conditioning supply duct.
ventilation systems to provide personnel comfort and adequate
removal of fugitive gas emissions.
These facilities include:
Propellant powder maintenance shops
Air and underwater weapons shops
Quality evaluation laboratory
General Maintenance Facilities.
Motorized vehicle maintenance
Transportation refueled repair
Construction and weight handling equipment
Marine Corps motor vehicle maintenance