== Walk-In - == SPECIFICATIONS NEW ALL-ALUMINUM COMMUNICATION SUPPORT VEHICLE BUILT ON A CHEVY 5500 4 x 4 CHASSIS * * * * * * * * CHASSIS MODIFICATIONS * * * * * * * * MUD FLAPS - REAR: There shall be black rubber mud flaps installed for the rear wheels. CAB TO BODY WALK-THRU: The cab of the vehicle shall be connected with the rescue body through a flexible bellows type connection at the front of the body and the rear of the cab. This shall be a continuous water and weather tight seal of neoprene or a similar material and shall be made replaceable. The base of the opening shall be covered with 3/16" aluminum diamond plate to fully cover and protect the seal from damage. * * * * * * * * WALK-IN BODY * * * * * * * * BODY DIMENSIONS: Overall length of apparatus:___________ 264" Overall length of the body only:________ 144" Overall width of apparatus:____________ 96" Overall height of apparatus:___________ 121 1/8" Interior walkway length:______________ 137 1/8" Interior walkway height:______________ 76" BODY MATERIALS: The following shall be the minimum acceptable gauges and thickness and finish used wherever these materials are used and specified: ALUMINUM SHEETING - All exterior panels shall be 5052-H32 aluminum of .125" thickness to provide maximum safety. ALUMINUM DIAMOND PLATE - All aluminum diamond plate shall be a minimum of .125" thick and 3003-H14. BODY MOUNTING BOLTS - All body mounting bolts shall be hardened steel U bolts. EXTERIOR NUTS, BOLTS, SCREWS - All exterior nuts, bolts, and screws shall be stainless steel. BODY DESIGN: The body shall be modular in design, allowing it to be removed and remounted on a new chassis. BODY MOUNTING: The body shall be mounted to the chassis frame with not less than eight (8) "U" bolt type brackets, four (4) on each side. Neoprene pads shall be furnished and installed between the body and the "U" bolt mounts to prevent electrolysis and to minimize noise transfer. The U-bolts shall secure 1" x 3" solid aluminum bar to the frame to which the subframe is welded. BODY CONSTRUCTION: The primary body material shall be .125" aluminum for the sides, front, rear and top of the body. The body framing shall be square tubing not less than 2" x 2" x (.125") on a maximum of 16" centers. The framing shall be fully welded grid design, completely supporting the floor, sides, and the roof for maximum strength and durability. The body skin shall be fully welded and bonded to the interior framing. BODY CORNERS - EXTRUDED: The body corners shall be extruded aluminum with a minimum of a 2" radius. This extrusion shall also be used for the perimeter of the roof. BODY ROOF: The roof support framing shall be constructed of 2" x 2" x .125" 6063-T52 extruded aluminum tubing. The body roof shall be a minimum of .125" aluminum diamond plate and all roof seams shall be fully welded. The roof shall be designed in grid pattern to allow the roof to support 5000 lbs. and to be used as a command post. FRONT BODY SHEET: The entire front of the apparatus body shall be constructed of .125" smooth aluminum sheeting and shall be painted. STONE GUARDS: The front body corners shall have a .125" aluminum diamond plate stone guard added to the lower corners. The stone guards shall be a minimum of 12" high and shall be bolted to the body. REAR BODY SHEET: The rear body sheet shall be fabricated of .125" aluminum sheeting. The area under the rear door and above the rear step shall be covered with .125" aluminum diamond plate. This will not be an overlay but sheeted as part of the body skin. This will serve as a kick plate to protect the painted surfaces. INSULATION: The body roof, walls, and floor shall be insulated with a minimum of 2" polystyrene foam insulation. WHEEL WELL LINERS: The inside of the rear wheel wells shall be covered with an aluminum inner liner. WHEEL WELL PANELS PAINTED: The wheel well body panels shall be painted with no trim overlaid on the body panel. FENDERETTES : The wheel well openings shall be trimmed with polished stainless steel fenderettes bolted in place. RUB RAILS: The lower rub rail shall be composed of 6063-T52 alloy-extruded aluminum. It shall receive the body side sheet by means of a groove, which runs continually fore to aft of the module. The body sides (sheets and box beams) shall be welded to the lower rub rail. The rub rail shall stem inboard approximately 2 11/16" at which point there shall be a flange, which shall receive the air core door gasket. The exposed surface of the rub rail shall be chamfered and indented for aesthetic appearance and shall have a satin anodized finish. Atop this inherent rubrail shall be a polished aluminum rubrail with recessed Scotchlite stripe and shall be installed below compartment floor level on each side of the unit and shall extend past the body sides by at least 1 1/4". The function of this rub rail is to protect the body sides from potential collision. DRIP RAILS: There shall be polished aluminum rain gutters installed over all side and rear compartments and any entry doors. The rain gutters shall be fastened to the body and removable in case of damage. Rain gutters that are an integral part of the roof radius will not be acceptable due to the difficulty in replacing due to damage. FLOOR CONSTRUCTION: Mounted on the chassis frame shall be 1" x 3" aluminum flatbar. Transversing the flat bar and forming the actual subframe shall be 2" square x .250" aluminum tubes running continuously from one bodyside to the other. The subfloor bellypan shall be fabricated from .125" aluminum sheeting, which will be welded to the subframe . Between the subfloor bellypan and top floor there shall be a full 2 inches of polystyrene insulation. The top of the floor shall be covered with .125" aluminum diamondplate. The aluminum diamondplate shall extend up the side wall 6" to form a splash plate and to allow the floor to be washed without water entering the subfloor. All seams in the diamondplate shall be fully sealed. The aluminum diamond plate shall be bolted in place using countersunk screws. STREETSIDE BODY WINDOW: There shall be a window on the streetside of the body. A 18" H x 40" W sliding window shall be installed. Window shall be tinted safety glass encased in an extruded aluminum frame. CURBSIDE ENTRY DOOR CONSTRUCTION: The curbside entry door shall be constructed of reinforced .125" aluminum sheeting and shall be approximately 2" thick. THE USE OF EXTRUSIONS IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE DOORS SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED. Doors shall be insulated with polystyrene foam insulation. The door shall be mounted on full length polished stainless steel hinge with a minimum of .250" stainless steel pins. The hinges are bolted to the body and doors every four (4) inches. The door shall be flush mounted to prevent the gaskets from freezing to the body exterior. The door jambs shall have gaskets on all four sides. The inner door panel shall be constructed of 18 gauge polished stainless steel and shall be bolted to the outer skin of the door. Each door shall have stainless steel "D" handle latches, which will activate Hansen #300 series rotary locks via a threaded stainless steel rod with yoke end. There shall be a turnbuckle installed on the rod for easy adjustment. The rotary locks shall be mounted on the top and bottom of both doors and shall be mounted within the door pan. DOORS THAT USE A SINGLE POINT, SINGLE CATCH LATCH WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. On the inside of each entry door shall be a stainless steel paddle and tray type handle. Each door shall be equipped with Cleveland style spring loaded door closure. When a door is open, the spring shall hold the door open at 90 degrees to the body. The door closure shall allow the door to be closed by means of one hand. There shall be an angled chrome grab handle mounted to each entry door to assist in closing the door from the interior and entering from the exterior. The grab handle shall be chrome and have rubber grip inserts. Installed above the doorway shall be a padded head protector. The bumper shall be made of padded foam and covered with color coordinated vinyl. (1) WINDOW IN DOOR: One (1) window shall be installed in the upper portion of the door. The window shall be a 20" H x 16" W fixed window. Window shall be tinted safety glass encased in an extruded aluminum frame. CURBSIDE BODY WINDOW: There shall be a window on the curbside of the body. A 18" H x 40" W sliding window shall be installed. Window shall be tinted safety glass encased in an extruded aluminum frame. AWNING: One (1) 12' roll out type awning shall be installed on the curbside body. The awning shall extend from the front to the rear of the body side. When fully deployed, the awning shall be self supported without the use of poles extending to the ground. EXTERIOR COMPARTMENT CONSTRUCTION: Each compartment shall be constructed as an independent unit with its own ceiling, floor, side walls, and rear wall. THE USE OF A FORMED SHEET METAL BODY USING COMMON WALLS BETWEEN COMPARTMENTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED. The ceiling and floors shall be constructed of .188" smooth aluminum. The walls shall be constructed of .125" smooth aluminum. All seams in the compartments shall be fully welded to eliminate any moisture problems in the compartments. The compartments shall be spatter painted with epoxy type paint. EXTERIOR COMPARTMENT VENTING: Each compartment shall have machine stamped louvers in the rear wall. EXTERIOR COMPARTMENT SPECIFICATIONS: DRIVER'S SIDE: The front driver's side compartment, L1, shall have a clear opening of 35" H x 47" W x 21" D with a horizontzally hinged swing up door. The driver's side compartment behind the rear wheels, L2, shall have a clear opening of 11" H x 30" W x 21" D with a horizontally hinged swing up door. OFFICER'S SIDE: The front officer's side compartment, R1, shall have a clear opening of 24" H x 15" W x 21" D with a horizotally hinged swing up door. The officer's side compartment behind the rear wheels, R2, shall have a clear opening of 21" H x 30" W x 21" D with a horizontally hinged swing up door. COMPARTMENT DOOR CONSTRUCTION: Each swing door shall be constructed of reinforced .125" aluminum sheeting and shall be approximately 2" thick. THE USE OF EXTRUSIONS IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE DOORS SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED. Doors shall be insulated with polystyrene foam insulation. All doors shall be mounted on full length polished stainless steel hinge with a minimum of .250" stainless steel pins. The hinges are bolted to the body and doors every four (4) inches. The doorjambs shall have gaskets on all four sides The doors shall be flush mounted to prevent the gaskets from freezing to the body exterior. The inner door panel shall be constructed of 18 gauge polished stainless steel and shall be bolted to the outer skin of the door. Compartments with swing doors shall have stainless steel "D" handle latches, which will activate Eberhard #26T-400 series locks via a threaded stainless steel rod with yoke end. There shall be a turnbuckle installed on the rod for easy adjustment. The rotary locks shall be mounted on the top and bottom of both doors and shall be mounted within the door pan. DOORS THAT USE A SINGLE POINT, SINGLE CATCH LATCH WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. HORIZONTAL DOOR HOLD OPEN DEVICE: Horizontally hinged doors shall be held open by means of two (2) gas struts, one (1) at each end, that are rated and sized for their respective door. COMPARTMENT L1: Compartment L1 shall contain: GENERATOR: The Stadco 20kw diesel generator shall be provided and installed in this compartment. COMPARTMENT L2: Compartment L2 shall contain: Storage space COMPARTMENT R1: Compartment R1 shall contain: SHORELINE CONNECTIONS: The electrical power, voice and data "shoreline" connections shall be housed in this compartment. COMPARTMENT R2: Compartment R2 shall contain: ELECTRIC CORD REEL PROVISIONS: There shall be provisions in this compartment for mounting a customer supplied electric cord reel with 300 feet of cord and capable of supplying 30 amps of power. REAR STEP AND BUMPER: The rear bumper and step assembly shall extend full width of the body. The bumper structure shall be attached to the chassis frame rails using a minimum of 3" structural channel. The bumper and step assembly shall extend beyond the rear of the modular body approximately 11" to protect the body from damage. The rear step shall be constructed of aluminum diamond plate with an open aluminum grip strut insert in the center. TRAILER HITCH: One (1) class III trailer hitch shall be installed on the rear of the rescue vehicle. The trailer hitch shall include an electrical connection. ********MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT******** REMOVABLE WHITE DRY ERASE BOARD: There shall be one (1) removable white dry erase marker board provided with the completed apparatus. Board shall be 36" x 48" and include a full-length marker/eraser tray. Brackets shall be installed on the outside of the vehicle for hanging the marker board below the retractable awning. PELCO CAMERA SYSTEM: There shall be a Pelco Mast Top Camera System, model ES30CBW18-2W, provided and installed. System shall include the following: One (1) Pelco keyboard (KBD300A) One (1) Pelco keyboard wiring kit (KBDKIT) One (1) Pelco 4 amp power supply (WCS1-4) One (1) Pelco 15" color LCD monitor (DX8008-250) One (1) Wilburt telescoping camera mast VCR/DVD RECORDER: There shall be a Toshiba VCR/DVD recorder, model D-VR4, provided and installed with the Pelco camera system. Location shall be in a cabinet at the rear of the streetside wall. RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM: The radio communication system shall consist of the following: One (1) ACU 1000 digital radio interface switch shall be provided for inter-connection between any type of radio, telephone or network based communication system. VHF and UHF Scanner VHF 2-way radio base unit UHF 2-way radio base unit Daniels Electronics AN150, P25 Repeater System for VHF (System Z13730, 30 watt) and UHF (System Z13731, 30 watt) There shall be twelve (12) customer supplied 2-way portable VHF radios with charger installed. SATELLITE SYSTEMS: There shall one (1) Datastorm F3, 1.2 meter mobile internet satellite data communication system provided and installed. There shall be one (1) Datastorm F1, .74 meter mobile two-way internet satellite voice communication system provided and installed. TV MONITOR: One (1) Toshiba 20" widescreen flat panel LCD TV monitor shall be provided and connected to the satellite voice communication system. Mounting location shall be determined. COMPUTER/NETWORK SYSTEM: There shall be a computer network system provided and installed with the latest Windows operating system and most recent service pack. Included shall be the following: One (1) rack mounted server One (1) laptop computer for on board system control One (1) laptop computer for remote system control One (1) external port with 300' of CAT5 cable and wireless secure access point Touch screen controls Wireless local area network with Hi-Gain antenna VOICE AND DATA COMMUNICATION PROVISIONS: There shall be two (2) RJ-11 type phone jacks provided and installed at each workstation. Phone jacks shall be wired to the shoreline connection or patch panel. There shall be two (2) RJ-45 data jacks provided and installed at each workstation. Each LAN socket shall be wired to a common router and in turn wired to the shoreline connection. OPTIONAL PHONE SYSTEM: There shall be an optional Norstar Modular ICS Phone System to accomodate twelve (12) incoming lines and up to 32 extensions provided and installed including the following: Twelve (12) full-featured, multiline Nortel digital phones with LCD display Three (3) SX5E GSM fixed wireless terminal 850/1900Mhz voice/fax/data-spike antenna and power supply Two (2) SX5T 505C CDMA 1x1800/1900Mhz GPS fixed wireless terminal voice/fax/data with spike antenna and power supply One (1) dual band roof antenna Two (2) SX5 rack shelves * * * * * * * * BODY INTERIOR * * * * * * * * CEILING: The ceiling shall consist of full length white, pebbled Kallite fiberglass composite facia and shall have a flush, vinyl covered aluminum plate for the overhead wiring raceway. INTERIOR WALLS: The lower walls of the body interior shall be covered with .125" aluminum diamond plate up to the countertop height. The upper walls shall be covered with white Kallite fiberglass composite sheeting with a pebbled texture. COMPUTER WORKSTATIONS: Workstation areas shall be provided in the body interior along the streetside wall from the front to the rear and along the curbside wall from the entry door to the rear. The workstation areas shall be covered with smooth white Kallite fiberglass composite sheeting. There shall be a 1" lip around the workstation top outer edge, with protective trim to protect the top edge of the lip. CABINETS: There shall be a total of seven (7) cabinets provided and installed in the interior body. Cabinets shall be constructed of aluminum and covered with smooth Kallite. Cabinets shall be located as follows: One (1) overhead cabinet shall be located on the streetside. Two (2) overhead cabinets shall be located on the curbside. One (1) cabinet shall be located on the streetside below the workstation area. Three (3) cabinets shall be located on the curbside below the workstation area. Dry erase board doors shall be installed on all seven (7) cabinets. RACK CABINET: There shall be a communications rack cabinet provided and installed at the rear of the streetside interior body for housing the communications/radio equipment. Cabinet shall be constructed of aluminum and covered with smooth Kallite. Cabinet shall be open with no door on the front. MARKER BOARD: In addition to the cabinet doors, all vertical surfaces of the body interior that are 12 inches square or larger shall be finished with white dry erase marker board. ALL-IN-ONE PRINTER, FAX, SCANNER, COPIER: There shall be one (1) HP Color LaserJet, model 2840, all-in-one laser printer, fax, scanner, copier provided and installed in the interior communications area. Location shall be at the streetside workstation area. * * * * * * * * 12 VOLT ELECTRICAL * * * * * * * * BODY WIRING DIAGRAM: There shall be two (2) complete wiring diagram(s) supplied when the vehicle is delivered. The diagram(s) shall include the 12-volt system and shall be customized for the vehicle and shall not be a standard wiring diagram. GENERAL ELECTRICAL: All added on electrical circuits shall be protected by automatic resetting circuit breakers. All added wiring shall be stranded copper, cross-link polyethylene insulation GXL high temperature rated from -50F to +350F. All wiring shall be a minimum of 12-gauge wire protected in a fire resistant loom. Wiring shall be color, number and function coded for each individual circuit function. Labeling shall be every 3" along the entire length of the wire. Where the wiring passes through metal, a grommet shall be used. All exterior wiring shall be run in split loom to protect the wire. Circuit connections shall be made on terminal blocks utilizing binding post screws for positive mechanical connections. All wiring connections shall be made using a crimp on connector. Wiring in the module shall run down the center of the ceiling and be covered with color coordinated vinyl, flush with the ceiling. ELECTRICAL MULTIPLEX SYSTEM: There shall be a Weldon Programmable Multiplexed Electrical System installed. The multiplex system shall consist of all solid-state components contained inside aluminum extrusions referred to as nodes. Each node shall consist of twenty-four (24) output channels and twenty- four (24) input channels. All inputs and outputs shall be configured into a scaleable electrical harness utilizing Duetsche connectors. The nodes must be waterproof and not require special mounting requirements. The system is expandable and shall be capable of performing the following functions: load management sequencing, switch loads, receive digital and analog signals, perform and report diagnostics and continuously report vehicle status. Data shall be reported in "Real Time" and shall be displayed through several operator interface modules. The VFD is the display, user interface display. El "Vista" shall be an option that provides a built-in, audible alarm and menu-driven, input switches. The placement of nodes throughout the apparatus enables a reduction in wire harness bundles, elimination of redundant harnesses and separate circuit boards, relay and circuit breakers, electrical hardware, separate electrical or interlock subsystems and associated electronics for controlling various electrical loads and inputs. The multiplex system shall be field re-programmable and re-configurable. The complete multiplex system shall eliminate the need for the following separate components or devices: load manager, load sequencer, warning lamp flasher, headlamp flasher, door open notification system, interlock modules, separate volt meter, ammeter and temperature monitor. The base system shall include: Total Load Management Load Shedding Capabilities Load Sequencing Capabilities "On-Board" Diagnostics Readout Very Reliable, Solid-State Hardware Error Reporting Display Analog Data (pressure, temperature...) Continuous System Monitoring and Reporting Emergency Warning Lamp Flasher Door Ajar System Field Configurable Expandability Capabilities Advanced PC Diagnostics 12-VOLT POWER DISTRIBUTION PANEL: The power distribution panel shall contain all major electrical components, (circuit breakers, relays, solenoids, power supplies, etc.), including spare circuit breakers. Location shall be in a hinged panel on the streetside of the front wall of the interior body. BATTERY CONTROL SYSTEM: Battery control shall be through a Master battery switch with an indicator light on the driver's console. The main cable from the common point to the master switch shall be number O gauge wire. The Guest battery switch shall be located on the driver's seat pedestal. SPARE WIRES: There shall be a minimum of two (2) spare wires installed in each loom running to the body of the vehicle. HEAT / AC UNIT: A 12-volt heat/AC unit shall be provided by one combination system rated at 23000 Btu heat, 32000 Btu cooling with a 650 cfm fan. The system shall be capable of providing clean pressurized air during heating, cooling or ventilation in the module independently from the driver's compartment. Switches on the unit itself shall control the unit. Location shall be overhead on the streetside of the front wall. BODY INTERIOR LIGHTING: Interior lighting shall consist of 12 volt, recessed fluorescent lights with two (2) 24" bulbs. Switches shall be provided to turn the lights on. In addition, fluorescent task lighting shall be provided and installed at each workstation. REAR SWITCH PANEL: The rear body switch panel shall be positioned for easy facilitation of switches. Exact location to be stated at time of bid award. This switch panel shall control interior lights and other specified items. The switches shall be back lighted heavy-duty rocker switches. Each switch shall be labeled with the proper function identification. COMPARTMENT LIGHTING: Each compartment shall have one (1) 4" recess mounted light installed in the ceiling. Opening the compartment door shall turn on the light. ELECTRONIC SIREN: One (1) Signal SA430-007 siren shall be installed in the cab. The siren shall have a radio, air horn, manual, wail, yelp, and Phaser modes: an on/off power switch and push button for manual siren or air horn, horn ring override, noise canceling circuitry and volume control. It shall have a backlit instrument panel for night use. SPEAKER SYSTEM: There shall be two (2) 100W speakers mounted in the grill on the front of the chassis and wired to the electronic siren. FRONT LIGHT BAR: One (1) Whelen 9M series strobe light bar shall installed on the cab roof. SIDE UPPER WARNING LIGHTS: There shall be four (4) red Weldon 7800 series halogen flashing, upper warning lights installed. Two (2) warning lights shall be mounted on the left upper body panel. Two (2) warning lights shall be mounted on the right upper body panel. SIDE BODY SCENE LIGHTS: There shall be four (4) Weldon 7800 series HID clear scene lights installed. Two (2) shall be mounted on the left upper side of the body. Two (2) shall be mounted on the right upper side of the body. The scene lights shall be controlled in pairs at the Vista display in the cab. REAR BODY SCENE LIGHTS: There shall two (2) Weldon 7800 series HID clear scene lights installed. Two (2) lights shall be mounted on the rear upper body. The scene lights shall be controlled in pairs at the Vista display in the cab. STROBE POWER SUPPLIES: Appropriate strobe power supplies shall be installed to power the strobe lights on the unit. REAR TURN, BACK-UP, AND STOP/TAIL LIGHTS: The rear turn signal, backup and stop/tail lights shall be a Weldon 2050 series three (3) light cluster. The rear turn signal shall be an amber arrow turn signal. The backup light shall be a white back-up light. The brake light shall be a red combination stop/tail light. This three (3) light cluster shall be surface mounted in a stainless steel housing. One (1) cluster shall be mounted on the right rear and one (1) cluster on the left rear of the body. BACK-UP ALARM: There shall be an electronic back-up alarm with momentary cut off switch installed and shall be activated when the chassis is shifted into reverse. CLEARANCE LIGHTS: Nine (9) clearance lights, seven (7) red and two (2) amber, shall be installed to meet ICC, FMVSS and other applicable regulations. Two (2) pair of reflectors shall be installed on both sides of the vehicle. UNDERBODY LIGHTS: There shall be under body lights installed under the cab doors and on the front, center and rear of the body. * * * * * * * * 115/230-VOLT ELECTRICAL * * * * * * * * BODY WIRING DIAGRAM: There shall be two (2) complete wiring diagram(s) supplied when the vehicle is delivered. The diagram(s) shall include the 115/230-volt system and shall be customized for the vehicle and shall not be a standard wiring diagram. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM, 115/230-VOLT: All wiring shall be SOW-A type wire sized to match circuit breaker and receptacle outlet capacity rating. This wire shall be fine stranded to withstand the flexing of the body and chassis without damage to the wiring system. All wiring shall be performed by qualified electricians and shall meet or exceed NFPA standards. All receptacle outlets shall be clearly labeled as to use. EXCLUSIVITY RELAY: An exclusivity relay shall be installed to protect overlapping circuits and potential feedback problems. The relay shall be an automatic type, circumventing potential operator error. Specifically, this relay shall keep 110-volt power sources separate, namely the shoreline and the on board generator. 115-VOLT SHORELINE: One (1) 20-amp 115-volt shoreline shall be installed in the unit to allow the use of 115-volt electrical equipment on the apparatus by power from an outside source. A straight prong connection shall be provided. The connection plug shall be a recessed male type to prevent accidental arcing. A 20-amp ground fault breaker shall protect the shoreline. 115-VOLT INTERIOR OUTLETS: Two (2) 15-amp, 115-volt interior duplex receptacles shall be installed in the module. Location of the outlets to be determined. GENERATOR: A Stadco 20,000 watt, permanent mount, diesel generator shall be provided and installed. This unit shall be single phase and water cooled with a 3-cylinder diesel engine running 1800 RPM. Location shall be in compartment L1. CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL: There shall be a "Square D" circuit breaker panel installed to house all 120/240-volt circuit breakers. Circuit breakers shall be appropriately rated to wire size and load demand. All circuit breakers shall be labeled as to usage. * * * * * * * * PAINT * * * * * * * * BODY PAINT FINISH: The aluminum body exterior shall have all equipment such as warning lights and quartz lights mounted on the body and removed prior to painting. This will insure that all areas are primed and painted and that no holes or taps are drilled after painting. The compartment doors shall be removed and painted separately to insure proper coverage on the doors and door jambs. All aluminum shall be primed with a chromate based phosphoric acid catalyzed self-etching wash primer to provide superior corrosion resistance and excellent adhesion of the top coat. Next, an acrylic urethane primer-sealer shall be applied to guarantee excellent holdout and a uniform base coat. The third step includes a two-component surface to provide good enamel hold-out of the top coat. Finally, a lead-free chromate-free medium solid acrylic urethane top coat shall be applied, to match the chassis cab color providing excellent coverage and durability. Paint shall be Dupont Imron. Color shall be white. REFLECTIVE STRIPING: 1-1/2" reflective striping shall be applied to the rear of the unit. Striping shall be red and white striped and shall run horizontally along the roof and bumper. Additional details to be determined after the award of the bid. LOGOS/LETTERING: Logos and lettering shall be provided and applied on the apparatus as follows: Red, white and blue EPA Emergency Response Logo shall be located on the top of the vehicle from the front to the back. "US EPA" shall follow in black, block style lettering. EPA Emergency Response Logo shall be located on the driver's door. Logo shall be approximately 2' in diameter. EPA Emergency Response Logo shall be located on the curbside. Logo shall be approximately 3' in diameter. Exact location shall be determined. UNDERCOATING: The underside of the vehicle including all under-structure metal work shall be sprayed with black automotive undercoating. This undercoating shall aid in preventing corrosion and will provide sound and vapor barriers to the aluminum body structure work. Undercoating will not be applied within 12" of the exhaust system.