CONTAINERIZED SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY (CSSL) MODEL A
OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
OPERATION IN UNUSUAL ENVIRONMENT/WEATHER CONDITIONS
General. Refer to Operation Under Usual Conditions (WP 0005), for specific operating instructions, and
use this work package for further instruction if operating the CSSL in unusual conditions. Read all
sections that apply to the conditions to which the CSSL will be exposed.
Unusual conditions include severe weather, such as 90 to 100 percent humidity for a week or more; 320 F
(zero degree centigrade) or below temperatures for a week or more; 1000 F (38 degree centigrade) or
above temperatures for a week or more; blowing sand or dust; heavy rain or snow.
Operation in extreme heat (moist and dry) conditions. Keep the rear and curbside double service
doors open and operate the fan to ventilate the container.
Operation in extreme cold conditions. The CSSL is not designed for use in sustained temperatures
below 320 F. If temperatures below 320 F are expected intermittently for short periods of time, shut the
facility down as described below:
When municipal water is used:
Shut off the fresh water supply at the source. Disconnect garden hose (1) from the source and the
freshwater panel (2) on the curbside of the container.
Connect the garden hose (1) to the threaded fitting (3) at the end of the supply line and open the gate
valve (4) to let the system drain. After supply line has drained, disconnect hose (1). Drain the hose, coil it,
and place inside CSSL. Leave gate valves at the end of the freshwater line (4) and behing the freshwater
inlet panel (5) open.