Energy Engineering Analysis Program (EEAP) Laundry Plant Study, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Volume I: Executive Summary.
VIROCON INC KANSAS CITY MO
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This report is the final submittal for work performed under Contract No. DACA41-89-C-0007 consisting of a Laundry Plant Study at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. This study is prepared as part of the Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP. This report is divided into 2 separately bound volumes VOLUME I Title Executive Summary Contents Complete Project Summary VOLUME II Title Laundry Plant Study - Final Report Contents Project Overview, Energy Audit, ECO Descriptions Summary, ECO Calculations Economic Analysis, Programming Documents, and report appendices. The Fort Leonard Wood Laundry Plant is located in Building 2352 which is situated in the Northeast portion of Main Post. Building 2352 has approximately 48,000 square feet of floor space which contains various types of laundry and dry cleaning process equipment. The facility provides service to the Post Hospital and Army training units. The facility also provides service to individuals on a piece rate basis. Building 2352 is heated with steam unit heaters. The building has no cooling except for window air conditioners serving the accounting area. The plant area has ventilation fans to provide air circulation during the cooling season. The laundry plant receives steam and hot water from the Boiler Plant located Building 2351. The steam is used for building heating and for process requirements of the laundry equipment. The hot water is used by the laundry plants washing machines. In addition to the steam and hot water supplied from the boiler plant, the laundry facility also has some gas-fired dryers which use LPG as a source of heating energy.
- Economics and Cost Analysis
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Hygiene and Sanitation