Designer. The individual or organization responsible for the
final configuration and successful culmination of a design for
a hyperbaric facility, including tests.
The records of objective evidence establishing
the requisite quality of the material, component, or work
Documentation should be traceable from the item
to the records and filed in an auditable manner.
A sudden unexpected malfunction, or other set of
circumstances in the hyperbaric facility operation, which
requires immediate attention.
Emergency Procedures. Written procedures used to safely recover
Equipment and Component Manuals.
manuals for equipments and components.
Field Calibration Activity (FCA).
An activity located at
organizational and intermediate maintenance facilities in which
calibration is performed by specially
utilizing NAVFAC approved standards, procedures, and equipment.
The standards used by the FCA are submitted to a higher echelon
laboratory for calibration.
A material that will immediately self-
extinguish when the source of ignition is removed, when tested
in an atmosphere representative of its intended use environment.
Forging. A component formed by hammering or pressing a piece of
heated metal to form a shape.
That permanently installed part of a hyperbaric
facility which serves exclusively to transmit the weight of the
facility onto natural ground.
Functional Test Plans and Specifications.
The test plan and
functional tests of the
used to conduct
hyperbaric facility to demonstrate that it will perform properly
under all designed operating conditions.
Government Furnished and Certified Material or Equipment (GFE or
Material procured by NAVFAC letter to the original
certifying activity, identifying component by serial number,
mold number, etc.
Grade B Water.
Filtered to 25 microns absolute, maximum
chloride ion, 1ppm; maximum conductivity, 20 micromhos/cm; pH
less than 8.0; visual clarity; no turbidity, oil or sediment.