1-11. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS. - Continued
b. Press Shelter Interior. Refer to Figure 1-3 for location of major components.
Lamp Assemblies. Provides fluorescent light for shelter.
Fire Extinguisher. A class 2-B dry chemical type extinguisher suitable for all types of fire, with the
exception of LO (liquid oxygen) generating equipment.
Blackout Warning Buzzer. Along with exterior blackout switch provides a blackout warning system.
Main Power Service Box. Contains circuit breakers and distribution terminals for shelter electrical
Telephone Bracket. Bracket used to hold field telephone.
Door Blackout Pin. Provides a means of securing door during blackout periods to prevent the door
from being inadvertently opened.
Fresh Air Filter. A foam-type air filter permits filtered outside air to enter shelter when door is closed
and exterior weather cover is open.
First Aid Kit. A general purpose 12 unit first aid kit.
Color Press. Attaches to and is used in conjunction with offset duplicating machine to permit printing
of two colors in one operation.
Duplicating Machine and Stacker. An offset process type duplicating machine whereby the image on
the master receives moisture from the dampener and ink from the inker for every revolution of the master cylinder.
Stacker used to jog and stack large amounts of paper copy.
Water Tank. Provides a readily available water supply.
Storage Benches. Provides storage space, a working surface, and a sink and faucet for water supply.
Rifle Rack. A rack to store rifles while shelter is in operation.
Wall Storage Cabinets. Used to store paper and other duplicating supplies.
Sink. Provides a place for cleaning rollers and for personnel cleanup.
Papercutter. Electrically operated cutter used to cut paper to proper size.
Air Conditioner. A combination heating and cooling unit, thermostatically controlled for correct