ABS Setup Procedures - Continued.
b. Cab Crew Tasks
Unhook TALP door flap (1, figure 2-18) and roll flap (1) under so that green or tan material
faces out, to minimize contamination and moisture retention. Secure flap (1) using buckles and
straps (2). Secure straps (2) to buckles under flap (1).
Vents are underneath rain guard.
Position door (3) with timer control (4) facing outside and attach door (3) to TALP fabric tunnel
(5) by placing TALP fabric tunnel (5) between door (3) and retaining clamp (6). Make sure
grommets engage TALP door (3) posts. Engage latch clamp (7) to secure TALP fabric tunnel (5)
to door (3). Open holes (8) on adjustable vents of door (3) to ventilate airlock as needed.
Use care not to rip ABS or airlock fabric when installing the rails.
Loosen two threaded knobs (1, figure 2-19) on outer TALP airlock door (2). Open door (2) and
carefully slide slotted plate (3) on TALP rail (4) into place between backing plate and inner
TALP airlock door threaded knobs (5). Tighten two threaded knobs (1).
Signal LMS crew to tighten two threaded knobs (5) on TALP inner door.
Place medical chests, light set and litter stands in TALP after TALP door and rails are installed.
Unhook ambulatory door flap (1, figure 2-20). Roll flap (1) under so that green or tan material
faces out, to minimize moisture retention. Secure flap (1) using buckles and straps (2). Secure
straps (2) to buckles under flap (1).
Position and install door to open into ambulatory airlock.
To install outer ambulatory airlock door (3), cab crew member no. 1 stands inside ABS
ambulatory airlock (4), places metal tab (5) on bottom of door frame (3) into fabric loop (6) on
bottom of door opening (7), and supports door (3).
Cab crew member no. 2 is positioned outside ambulatory airlock (4) and starts fitting reinforced
cable on door opening (7) around door frame (3), behind spring clips (8), from bottom up.
Cab crew member no. 2 secures fastener hook and fastener loop tape on each side of door (3)
working from bottom of door (3) to top until secured.
(10) Drive remaining stakes (2, figure 2-21) and attach lines (1) to stakes (2).
(11) When ABS (4) has inflated, tighten all slip lines (3).
(12) This completes set up for static mode operation.