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UFC 3-535-01 11 April 2017 . iii . FOREWORD . The Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) system is prescribed by MIL-STD 3007 and provides planning, design, construction, sustainment, restoration, and modernization criteria, and applies




UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017, UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA UFC . VISUAL AIR NAVIGATION FACILITIES, Any copyrighted material included in this UFC is identified at its point of use . Use of the copyrighted material apart from this UFC must have the permission of the. copyright holder ,U S ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS,NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND. AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER SUPPORT AGENCY Preparing Activity . Record of Changes changes are indicated by 1 1 ,Change No Date. ELLocation, This UFC supersedes UFC 3 535 01 17 November 2005 .
Electronic formatting of this document does not conform to UFC 1 300 01 . UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017, The Unified Facilities Criteria UFC system is prescribed by MIL STD 3007 and provides. planning design construction sustainment restoration and modernization criteria and applies. to the Military Departments the Defense Agencies and the DoD Field Activities in accordance. with USD AT L Memorandum dated 29 May 2002 UFC will be used for all DoD projects and. work for other customers where appropriate All construction outside of the United States is. also governed by Status of Forces Agreements SOFA Host Nation Funded Construction. Agreements HNFA and in some instances Bilateral Infrastructure Agreements BIA . Therefore the acquisition team must ensure compliance with the most stringent of the UFC the. SOFA the HNFA and the BIA as applicable , UFC are living documents and will be periodically reviewed updated and made available to. users as part of the Services responsibility for providing technical criteria for military. construction Headquarters U S Army Corps of Engineers HQUSACE Naval Facilities. Engineering Command NAVFAC and Air Force Civil Engineer Center AFCEC are. responsible for administration of the UFC system Defense agencies should contact the. preparing service for document interpretation and improvements Technical content of UFC is. the responsibility of the cognizant DoD working group Recommended changes with supporting. rationale should be sent to the respective service proponent office by the following electronic. form Criteria Change Request The form is also accessible from the Internet sites listed below . UFC are effective upon issuance and are distributed only in electronic media from the following. Whole Building Design Guide web site http dod wbdg org . Refer to UFC 1 200 01 DoD Building Code General Building Requirements for. implementation of new issuances on projects ,AUTHORIZED BY . GEORGE O LEA P E JOSEPH E GOTT P E , Chief Military Engineering Branch Chief Engineer. U S Army Corps of Engineers Naval Facilities Engineering Command. EDWIN H OSHIBA SES DAF MICHAEL McANDREW, Deputy Director of Civil Engineers Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense.
DCS Logistics Engineering Facilities Investment and Management . Force Protection Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense. Energy Installations and Environment , UFC 3 535 01. 11 April 2017, UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017, UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA UFC . REVISION SUMMARY SHEET, Subject UFC 3 535 01 Visual Air Navigation Systems. Supersedes UFC 3 535 01 17 November 2005 which superseded Air Force Joint. Manual AFJMAN 32 1076 and Army Technical Manual TM 5 811 5. Description of Changes This revision brings requirements for new airfields in. compliance with new FAA criteria for signage updates taxiway lighting to include LED. type fixtures Engineering Brief 67D provides grounding layouts for runway and. taxiway lighting circuits and updates terminal clearance heights TCH to comply with. new and additional aircraft as requested by Air Force Flight Standards Agency It also. clarifies guidance in the superseded version for which multiple questions were fielded . Reasons for Changes , Combine Army and Air Force criteria into one document . Incorporate new FAA guidance and changes , Provide information on testing and inspection of systems prior to service and.
information on the characteristics of an airfield lighting system. Impact Cost impact is negligible However the following benefit should be realized . Designers will have a better understanding of the design requirements . Unification Issues, Para 1 2 states the document scope It indicates that Navy requirements are. currently contained in Naval Air Systems Command NAVAIR 51 50 AAA 2 . When using the NAVAIR document be certain that the complementary markings. are installed and that no conflict occurs with the placement of light fixtures The. Navy should clarify what no conflict occurs means as it is unclear whether. it references joint bases or only naval facilities . Para 1 5 and 1 6 Application of this document is used for Army and Air Force . Navy uses Naval Air Systems Command NAVAIR 51 50 AAA 2 except for. excerpts contained within this document which apply specifically to Navy that are. not covered in NAVAIR 51 50 AAA 2 , Para 1 7 The Army and the Air Force generally follow FAA standards that are. primarily published as ACs handbooks and specifications However when FAA. UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017, documents are in conflict with the Air Force or Army requirements this UFC. takes precedence For the Navy NAVAIR 51 50 AAA 2 takes precedence . Para 1 8 2 1 NATO STANAGs apply at Army and Air Force facilities in NATO. theater countries except the United States and Canada or wherever NATO. funding is provided for the work regardless of location Navy application of. NATO Standardization Agreements is guided by NAVAIR 51 50 AAA 2 . Para 1 10 The Army and Air Force has established tables within this document . which provide visual air navigation aids appropriate for operational requirements. and associated electronic aids See Table 2 1A Air Force Airfield Visual. Facilities Requirements or Table 2 1B US Army Airfield Visual Facilities. Requirements For the Navy NAVAIR 51 50 AAA 2 identifies visual air. navigation aids appropriate for operational requirements . Para 1 11 provides the Air Force process for obtaining waivers to requirements. of visual air navigation aids Para 1 12 provides the Army process for obtaining. waivers to requirements of visual air navigation aids Navy waiver process is. covered in NAVAIR 51 50 AAA 2 These waiver processes are geared to the. individual missions of these three services , Table 2 1A provides visual facilities requirements for Air Force airfields Table 2 . 1B provides visual facilities requirements for Army airfields Navy visual facilities. requirements are provided in NAVAIR 51 50 AAA 2 These visual facilities. requirements are geared to the individual missions of these three services with. the exception that Joint Army Air Force bases may have additional requirements . This issue has been resolved by Army Air Force coordination on Table 2 1A . Table 3 6 Visual Threshold Crossing Height Groups is modified and contains. Army and Air Force coordinated information Navy aircraft are not included . Figure 4 5A and Figure 4 5B provide Threshold Light Circuiting for Air Force and. Army respectively Interleaving is not encouraged for Air Force airfields . Figure 4 4A and Figure 4 4B provide Threshold Light Configurations for Air Force. and Army respectively They differ based on mission . Figure 4 5A and Figure 4 5B provide Threshold Light Circuiting for Air Force and. Army respectively Interleaving is not encouraged for Air Force airfields . Figure 12 1 Counterpoise and Ground Rod Installation Navy Only The Air. Force and Army use the method in Figure A 11 1 1 b 2017 NFPA 780 instead. of the equipotential method used by the Navy to avoid injecting any surge onto. the airfield lighting circuits , UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017.
Para 12 3 Siting PAPI For aircraft in height group 4 Table 3 6 for Army. airfields only the PAPI is sited at the RPI plus an additional 300 feet 90 meters . 50 feet 0 feet 15 meters 0 meters from threshold . Para 12 3 1 2 2 Threshold Crossing Height TCH See Table 3 6 For the. Air Force the TCH is based on the most predominant aircraft using the runway. the major command will make this determination For the Army the TCH is. based on the most demanding aircraft height group expected to use the runway. the aviation community will coordinate with US Army Aeronautical Service. Agency USAASA for this determination , Para13 12 6 Medium Intensity Threshold End Lighting Army Only See. paragraph 4 4 , Para 13 12 6 1 In pavement Fixtures Bidirectional Red Green Army Only . Use fixtures meeting FAA AC 150 5345 46 Type L 852D with red and green. filters where bidirectional runway end threshold fixtures are required If. unidirectional light is required use type L 852K green or L 852S red See. Figure 13 12 , Para 13 12 7 1 Where centerline lights are subject to aircraft tail hook impact use. a high strength steel design designated as L 852N NAVY See Figure 13 16 . UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017, CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO STANDARDS AND CRITERIA 1. 1 1 PURPOSE 1, 1 2 SCOPE 1, 1 3 SUMMARY OF CHANGES 1.
1 4 BACKGROUND 2, 1 5 APPLICATION 2, 1 6 NAVY REQUIREMENTS 2. 1 7 FAA STANDARDS 4, 1 8 INTERNATIONAL MILITARY STANDARDS 4. 1 9 BASE RIGHTS AGREEMENTS 5, 1 10 VISUAL AND ELECTRONIC AIDS 5. 1 11 AIR FORCE WAIVERS OF REQUIREMENT 5, 1 11 1 Approval Authority 6. 1 11 2 Existing Air Force Facilities 7, 1 12 US ARMY WAIVERS OF REQUIREMENT 8.
1 12 1 Waiver Procedures 8, 1 12 2 Contents of Waiver Requests 9. 1 12 3 Existing US Army Facilities 10, 1 13 METRICATION OF DIMENSIONS 10. 1 14 PHOTOMETRIC REQUIREMENTS 10, 1 15 EXISTING FACILITIES 10. 1 16 DOCUMENT ORGANIZATION 11, 1 17 UFC 3 535 02 Design Drawings for Visual Air Navigation. Facilities 11,CHAPTER 2 APPLICATION CRITERIA 13, 2 1 PURPOSE OF CHAPTER 13.
2 2 RELATION TO ELECTRONIC FACILITIES 13, 2 3 APPLICATION OF REQUIREMENTS 13. 2 4 REQUIREMENTS 13, 2 5 LIGHT EMITTING DIODE LED LIGHT FIXTURES 14. 2 5 1 Prohibited Placements 14, 2 5 1 Signage 15, 2 5 3 LED Performance Requirements 15. 2 6 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS 15,CHAPTER 3 STANDARDS FOR LIGHTED APPROACH AIDS 21. 3 1 APPROACH LIGHT SYSTEM WITH SEQUENCED FLASHING. LIGHTS ALSF 1 21, 3 1 1 Purpose 21, 3 1 2 Associated Systems 21.
UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017,3 1 3 Configuration 21. 3 1 4 Photometrics 24,3 1 5 Power Requirements 30,3 1 6 Control Requirements 31. 3 1 7 Monitoring Requirements 31,3 1 8 Equipment 31. 3 1 9 Compliance with International Military Standards 32. 3 2 ALSF 2 32,3 2 1 Purpose 32,3 2 2 Configuration 32. 3 2 3 Photometrics 33,3 2 4 Aiming Criteria 34,3 2 5 Power Requirements 34.
3 2 6 Control Requirements 35,3 2 7 Monitoring Requirements 35. 3 2 8 Equipment 35, 3 2 9 Compliance with International Military Standards 35. 3 3 SHORT APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM SALS 35,3 3 1 Purpose 35. Configuration 35,3 3 3 Photometrics 37,3 3 4 Power Control and Monitoring 37. 3 3 5 Equipment Used 37,3 3 6 Compliance with International Standards 37.
3 4 SIMPLIFIED SHORT APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM WITH. RUNWAY ALIGNMENT INDICATOR LIGHTS SSALR 37,3 4 1 Purpose 37. 3 4 2 Configuration 37,3 4 3 Other Requirements 38. 3 4 4 Compliance with International Standards 38, 3 5 MEDIUM INTENSITY APPROACH LIGHT SYSTEM WITH RUNWAY. ALIGNMENT INDICATOR LIGHTS MALSR 39,3 5 1 Purpose 39. 3 5 2 Associated Systems 39,3 5 3 Configuration 39.
3 5 4 Photometrics 40,3 5 5 Aiming Criteria 40,3 5 6 Approach Light Planes 41. 3 5 7 Tolerance 42,3 5 8 Power Requirements 43,3 5 9 Control Requirements 43. 3 5 10 Monitoring Requirements 43,3 5 11 Equipment 44. 3 5 12 Compliance with International Standards 44,3 6 RUNWAY END IDENTIFIER LIGHTS REIL 45. UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017, 3 6 1 Purpose 45, 3 6 2 Associated Systems 45.
3 6 3 Description 45, 3 6 4 Configuration Location Aiming 45. 3 6 5 Photometric Requirements 45, 3 6 6 Power Requirements 45. 3 6 7 Control Requirements 46, 3 6 8 Monitoring Requirements 46. 3 6 9 Compliance with International Standards 46, 3 7 PRECISION APPROACH PATH INDICATOR PAPI SYSTEM 46. 3 7 1 Purpose 46, 3 7 2 Configuration 47, 3 7 3 Photometric Requirements 48.
3 7 4 Considerations 50, 3 7 5 Power Requirements 51. 3 7 6 Control Requirements 52, 3 7 7 Foundations 52. 3 7 8 Equipment 52, 3 7 9 Flight Inspections 52, PAPI Siting 52. 3 7 11 Compliance with International Standards 53. CHAPTER 4 STANDARDS FOR RUNWAY LIGHTING SYSTEMS 55. 4 1 MIXING OF LIGHT SOURCE TECHNOLOGIES 55, 4 1 1 Runway Perimeter Lighting 57. 4 1 2 Runway Surface Lighting 57, 4 1 3 Runway Visual Aid Requirements 57.
4 1 4 Runway Circuiting Requirements 57, 4 1 5 Photometric Testing 57. 4 2 HIGH INTENSITY RUNWAY LIGHTS HIRL RUNWAY EDGE. LIGHTS 57, 4 2 1 Purpose 57, 4 2 2 Configuration 57. 4 2 3 Photometric Requirements 59, 4 2 4 Runway Runway Intersections 60. 4 2 5 Equipment 60, 4 2 6 Power Requirements 61, 4 2 7 Control Requirements 61. 4 2 8 Compliance with International Military Standards 61. 4 3 MEDIUM INTENSITY RUNWAY LIGHTS MIRL 61, 4 3 1 Purpose 61.
4 3 2 Configuration 61, 4 3 3 Photometric Requirement 61. 4 3 4 Equipment 62, 4 3 5 Power Requirement 62, UFC 3 535 01. 11 April 2017,4 3 6 Control Requirement 62,4 3 7 Monitoring 62. 4 3 8 Compliance with International Military Standards 62. 4 4 THRESHOLD LIGHTS 63,4 4 1 Purpose 63, 4 4 2 High Intensity Threshold Light Configuration 63. 4 4 3 Medium Intensity Threshold Lights 66,4 4 4 Photometric Requirements 66.
4 4 5 Equipment 69,4 4 6 Power Requirements 69,4 4 7 Control Requirements 70. 4 4 8 Aiming Threshold Approach 70,4 4 9 Monitoring Requirements 70. 4 4 10 Compliance with International Military Standards 70. 4 5 LIGHTING WITH DISPLACED THRESHOLDS 70,4 5 1 General 70. 4 5 2 Configuration for Permanent Displacement 71,4 5 3 Configuration for Temporary Displacement 71. 4 5 4 Equipment 76, Power Control and Monitoring 77.
4 5 6 Compliance with International Standards 77,4 5 7 Additional Information 77. 4 6 RUNWAY END LIGHTS 77,4 6 1 Purpose 77,4 6 2 Configuration 77. 4 6 3 Photometric Requirements 77,4 6 4 Equipment 78. 4 6 5 Compliance with International Military Standards 78. 4 6 6 Additional Information 79,4 7 RUNWAY CENTERLINE LIGHTS RCL 79. 4 7 1 Purpose 79,4 7 2 Configuration 79,4 7 3 Photometric Requirements 79.
4 7 4 Adjustment and Tolerances 81,4 7 5 Equipment 82. 4 7 6 Power Requirements 82,4 7 7 Control Requirements 82. 4 7 8 Monitoring Requirements 82, 4 7 9 Compliance with International Military Standards 82. 4 8 TOUCHDOWN ZONE LIGHTS TDZL 82,4 8 1 Purpose 82. 4 8 2 Configuration 82,4 8 3 Photometric Requirements 84.
4 8 4 Adjustment and Tolerances 84,4 8 5 Equipment 85. UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017, 4 8 6 Power Control and Monitoring 85. 4 8 7 Compliance with International Standards 85, 4 8 8 Additional Information 85. CHAPTER 5 STANDARDS FOR TAXIWAY LIGHTING 87, 5 1 TAXIWAY EDGE LIGHTING 87. 5 1 1 Purpose 87, 5 1 2 Configuration 87, 5 1 3 Tolerances 91.
5 1 4 Photometric Requirements 91, 5 1 5 Equipment 91. 5 1 6 Power Requirements 91, 5 1 7 Control Requirements 92. 5 1 8 Monitoring Requirements 92, 5 1 9 Compliance with International Standards 92. 5 2 TAXIWAY CENTERLINE LIGHTS 92, 5 2 1 Purpose 92. 5 2 2 Configuration 92, 5 2 3 Tolerances 93, Equipment 93.
5 2 5 Photometric Requirements 96, 5 2 6 Power Requirements 96. 5 2 7 Control Requirements 96, 5 2 8 Monitoring Requirements 96. 5 2 9 Compliance with International Standards 97, 5 3 RUNWAY LEAD OFF LIGHTS 97. 5 3 1 Purpose 97, 5 3 2 Configuration 97, 5 3 3 Adjustments and Tolerances 100. 5 3 4 Photometric Requirements and Horizontal Aiming 100. 5 3 5 Equipment 100, 5 3 6 Power Requirement 100, 5 3 7 Control Requirement 100.
5 3 8 Monitoring Requirements 100, 5 3 9 Compliance with International Military Standards 100. 5 4 TAXIWAY CLEARANCE BARS 100, 5 4 1 Purpose 100. 5 4 2 Configuration 101, 5 4 3 Location of a Clearance Bar Installed at a Low Visibility. Hold Point 101, 5 4 4 Location of a Clearance Bar Installed at a Taxiway Intersection 102. 5 4 5 Light Beam Orientation for Clearance Bars 102. 5 4 6 Equipment 102, 5 4 7 Photometric Requirements 102.
5 4 8 Fixtures 102, UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017, 5 4 9 Monitoring 102. 5 4 10 Compliance with International Military Standards 102. 5 5 RUNWAY GUARD LIGHTS RGL 103, 5 5 1 Purpose 103. 5 5 2 Configuration 103, 5 5 3 Location of In pavement Runway Guard Lights 105. 5 5 4 Location of Elevated RGLs 105, 5 5 5 Equipment 106. 5 5 6 Power Control and Monitoring 106, 5 5 7 Compliance with International Standards 106.
5 6 RUNWAY STOP BAR 107, 5 6 1 Purpose 107, 5 6 2 Configuration 107. 5 6 3 Location of In pavement Stop Bar Lights 107. 5 6 4 Location of Elevated Stop Bar Lights 109, 5 6 5 Equipment 110. 5 6 6 Power and Control 111, 5 6 7 Monitoring Requirements for Controlled Stop Bars 111. 5 6 8 Compliance with International Standards 112. CHAPTER 6 STANDARDS FOR OBSTRUCTION LIGHTING 113, 6 1 PURPOSE 113. 6 2 OBJECTS TO BE LIGHTED 113, 6 3 LIGHTING CONFIGURATION 113.
6 4 LIGHTING VERSUS DAY MARKING 117, 6 5 WAIVERS 117. 6 6 EQUIPMENT 118, 6 6 1 LED Based Obstruction Lights 118. 6 7 POWER REQUIREMENTS 118, 6 7 1 Intensity Requirements 118. 6 8 CONTROL REQUIREMENTS 118, 6 9 MONITORING REQUIREMENTS 118. 6 10 COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS 119,CHAPTER 7 STANDARDS FOR LIGHTING HELIPADS 121.
7 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION 121, 7 2 HELIPAD PERIMETER LIGHTS 121. 7 2 1 Purpose 121, 7 2 2 Standard Perimeter Light Configuration 121. 7 2 3 Hospital Pad Perimeter Light Configuration 121. 7 3 HELIPAD VFR LANDING DIRECTION AND APPROACH LIGHTS 121. 7 3 1 Configuration of Landing Direction Lights 123. 7 3 2 Purpose of Approach Direction Lights 124, 7 3 3 Helipad IMC Approach Lights Category I 126. 7 4 REFUELING AREA LIGHTS 126, UFC 3 535 01, 11 April 2017. 7 5 HELIPAD FLOODLIGHTS 126, 7 5 1 Purpose 126, 7 5 2 Configuration 126.
7 5 3 Helipad Refueling Floodlights 128, 7 6 HELIPAD APPROACH SLOPE INDICATOR 128. 7 6 1 Purpose 128, 7 6 2 Justification 129, 7 6 3 Configuration 129. 7 7 HELIPAD HELIPORT BEACON 129, 7 7 1 Purpose 129. 7 7 2 Configuration 129, 7 7 3 Construction 129, 7 7 4 Luminous Features 130. 7 8 HELIPAD WIND DIRECTION INDICATORS 130, 7 8 1 Purpose 130.
7 8 2 Configuration 130, 7 8 3 Construction 130, 7 8 4 Illumination 130. 7 9 PHOTOMETRIC REQUIREMENTS 131, Perimeter and Landing Direction Lights 131. 7 9 2 Approach Direction Lights 131, 7 9 3 Helipad Floodlights 131. 7 9 4 Helipad Beacons 131, 7 9 5 CHAPI Systems 132. 7 10 POWER REQUIREMENTS 132, 7 11 CONTROL REQUIREMENTS 134.
7 11 1 Perimeter Lights 134, 7 11 2 Landing Direction Lights 134. 7 11 3 Approach Direction Lights 134, 7 11 4 Helipad Floodlights 135. 7 11 5 Helipad Beacons 135, 7 11 6 CHAPI 135, 7 12 MONITORING REQUIREMENTS 135. 7 13 COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS 135, 7 14 EQUIPMENT 135. CHAPTER 8 STANDARDS FOR LIGHTING HELIPORTS 137, 8 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION 137.
8 2 HELIPORT LIGHTS 140, 8 2 1 Runway Edge Lights White 140. 8 2 2 Runway Edge Lights Blue 140, 8 2 3 Runway Threshold Lights 141. 8 2 4 Taxiway Lights and Signs 141, 8 2 5 Approach Lights 141. 8 2 6 Heliport Helipad Identification Beacon 141, UFC 3 535 01. 11 April 2017, 8 3 ROTARY WING LANDING LANE 142, 8 3 1 Edge Lights 142.
8 3 2 Other Requirements 142, 8 3 3 Threshold End Lights 142. 8 4 REFUELING AREA LIGHTS 142, 8 5 HOVERLANE LIGHTING SYSTEMS 143. 8 6 LIGHTING EQUIPMENT 145, 8 6 1 Elevated Runway and Landing Lane Edge Lights 145. 8 6 2 In pavement Runway Lights 145, 8 6 3 Threshold Lights 145. 8 6 4 Runway Blue Lights 145, 8 6 5 Refueling Area Lights 145.
8 6 6 Runway and Taxiway Signs 145, 8 6 7 Auxiliary Lighting 146. 8 7 POWER REQUIREMENTS 146, 8 7 1 Circuit Criteria 146. 8 7 2 Cable Connectors Plug and Receptacles 146, 8 7 3 Cables 146. 8 7 4 Isolation Transformers 146, CONTROL REQUIREMENTS 146. 8 9 MONITORING REQUIREMENTS 148, 8 10 COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS 148.
8 11 EQUIPMENT 149, CHAPTER 9 STANDARDS FOR AIRFIELD SIGNS AND MARKERS 151. 9 1 GENERAL 151, 9 1 1 Purpose 151, 9 1 2 Intent of Standard 151. 9 1 3 Components of a Sign System 151, 9 1 4 Sign Styles 152. 9 1 5 Failure of Lighted Signs 152, 9 2 MANDATORY SIGNS 153. 9 2 1 Purpose 153, 9 2 2 Installation 154, 9 2 3 Characteristics 155.
9 2 4 Power and Control 156, 9 3 TAXIWAY GUIDANCE AND INFORMATION SIGNS 156. 9 3 1 Purpose 156, 9 3 2 Installation 158, 9 3 3 Characteristics 161. 9 3 4 Power and Control 162, 9 4 LOCATION SIGNS 162. 9 4 1 Purpose 162, 9 4 2 Installation 163, 9 4 3 Characteristics 164.


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