THEORY OF OPERATION-CONTINUED
Ventilation and Climate Control
Dryer exhaust is vented directly to the outside through vents (Figure 13, Item 1) installed at the dryer end
of the CBL. The vents are connected to the dryers by flexible hose.
Container ventilation is accomplished by the use of two exhaust fans (Figure 14, Item 2) mounted to the
upper portion of the service panel at the dryer end of the container. The exhaust fans are protected by
collapsible rainhoods (Figure 13, Item 3).
Supply air for the boiler is supplied through two filtered vents (Figure 14, Item 4) located in the service
access door behind the washers. An additional filtered vent (Figure 14, Item 5) is located in the lower
portion of the service panel and is accessible from under the boiler.
A Field Deployable Environmental Control Unit (FDECU) or Army Space Heater (ASH) is installed outside
the TEMPER to provide air conditioning and heat.
Figure 13. Ventilation and Climate Control.