Located above the rear wheels shall be a compartment. The compartment dimensions shall be 62.50" (1588 mm) wide x 39.13" (994 mm) high. The compartment shall extend through to the left side of the body. The compartment door frame opening shall be 57.00" (1448 mm) wide x 36.25" (921 mm) high. The compartment clear door opening shall be 54.50" (1384 mm) wide x 31.25" (794 mm) high.
The compartment shall be capable of holding 1,200 pounds (545 kg). The area over the frame rails shall be capable of holding an additional 1,000 pounds (454 kg).
Located behind the rear wheels shall be the right rear side compartment. The compartment dimensions shall be 62.50" (1588 mm) wide x 66.88" (1699 mm) high x 26.00" (660 mm) deep. The compartment door frame opening shall be 60.00" (1524 mm) wide x 64.00" (1626 mm) high. The compartment clear door opening shall be 57.50" (1461 mm) wide x 58.00" (1473 mm) high.
The compartment shall be capable of holding 1,400 lb (499 kg).
A roll-up door shall be installed on the rear compartment that is painted one (1) color to match the lower portion of the body. The door shall be double faced aluminum construction.
Lath sections shall be an interlocking rib design and shall be individually replaceable without complete disassembly of the door.
Between each slat at the pivoting joint shall be a PVC inner seal to prevent metal to metal contact and prevent dirt or moisture from entering the compartments. Seals shall allow door to operate in extreme temperatures ranging from plus 180 to minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Side, top and bottom seals shall be provided to resist ingress of dirt and weather.
All hinges, barrel clips and end pieces shall be nylon 66. All nylon components shall withstand temperatures from plus 300 to minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Hardened plastic shall not be acceptable.
A polished stainless steel lift bar with locking key latches to be provided for each roll-up door. The keys to be Model 751 to match all compartment and cab doors. The lift bar shall be located at the bottom of door and have latches on the outer extrusion of the doors frame. A ledge shall be supplied over lift bar for additional area to aid in closing the door.
The door shall be constructed from an aluminum box section. The exterior surface of each slat shall be flat. The interior surfaces shall be concave to provide strength and prevent loose equipment from jamming the door from inside.
To conserve space in the compartments, the spring roller assembly shall not exceed 3.00" in diameter. A roll-up door that retracts below the compartment ceiling (garage door style) shall not acceptable.
The header for the roll-up door assembly shall not exceed 4.00".
A heavy-duty magnetic switch shall be used for control of the interior compartment lights and the "open compartment door" warning light in the cab.
The rear compartment shall be 40.00" (1016 mm) wide x 66.88" (1699 mm) high x 26.00" (660 mm) deep at the floor level. The area over the frame rails shall be 114.50" (2908 mm) deep. The compartment door frame opening shall be 40.00" (1016 mm) wide x 64.00" (1626 mm) high. The clear door opening shall be 37.50" (953 mm) wide x 58.00" (1473 mm) high.
The compartment shall be capable of holding 1,000 pounds (454 kg). The area over the frame rails shall be capable of holding an additional 2,000 pounds (908 kg).
A recessed light switch shall be provided on the rear bulkhead to control two (2) step lights installed over the rear step bumper.
INTERIOR FLOOR, WALLS, CEILING, COUNTER; MOBILE COMMAND
Interior Floor Construction
The interior floor shall be constructed by welding a sheet to the cross sills of the substructure. There shall be a .63" exterior grade plywood sub-floor mounted directly to the welded sheet. Fastened to the .63" sub-floor shall be a .25" plywood overlay creating a finished subfloor for adhering the final floor material.
The final floor material shall be Lonseal Loncoin II FlecksGray Flecks non-slip vinyl installed on top of the plywood subfloor. Vertical mopboards shall be provided as needed.
Wall and Ceiling Construction
The walls and ceiling shall be insulated with a .25" double sided foil insulation and a 1.50" acoustical foam insulation.
Furring strips may be provided behind interior body walls and ceiling to allow space for the installation a cable management raceway system.
The interior sidewalls shall be covered with .50" plywood and Nevamar White Textured plastic laminate overlay.
The plywood .50" sub ceiling shall be covered in a gray ribbed loop pile fabric.
All angles and corners shall be properly trimmed for aesthetic purposes. All joints shall be covered with aluminum extrusions.
The horizontal counters shall be constructed of .75" thick plywood with a Nevamar White Textured plastic laminate overlay. The counters shall be free of any bolts or screws to provide a smooth surface.
Cable Management Raceway System
Two horizontal conduits shall be built behind the walls. The upper conduit shall house 12Vdc cabling as well as cabling for audio video, radio antenna, computer network, and telephone systems. Cabling shall pass through grommets when leaving the raceway and dropping to its termination point.
The lower conduit shall house THHN cable for 120Vac systems. The 120-volt wiring shall be installed in flex conduit when exiting the raceway system in order to reduce electromagnetic interference with communication cabling.
Removable covers shall enable ease of access and permit future expansion/upgrade of outlets and circuits.