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Advanced Base

Advanced Base
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Cost Cr50,000
Size 72.0 Kl
Type Structure
Tech Level TL–8
Weight 6,000.0 kg
Manufacturer GSbAG
Model 317

The GSbAG model 317 Advanced Base is a modular pressurized quarters building with room for six persons. The structure contains a small power plant, air and water recycling system, an airlock at the entrance. The structure is capable withstanding temperatures of -50°C to +100°C and, when properly anchored, winds up to 200kph.

As shipped the base is a 6 ton pallet and requires assembly on site. Assembly requires three hours from two people, or eight hours from one person. Ground anchoring takes another hour for one person, and starting the power plant and internal life support system also takes another hour for one person. Disassembly requires two hours for two people, including power plant shutdown and anchor removal.

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Field hospital

Field hospital
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Cost kCr 30
Size 5 m3
Type Structure
Tech Level TL–10
Weight 1000kg

The field hospital consists of four electro-stabilized domes, 8 meters in diameter with linking tunnels, fuel cell power supply, environmental positive pressure system and particulate filtering, diagnostic equipment, surgery theater, decontamination showers, chemical toilets, outpatient area, patient ward and 200 patient-days worth of supplies and medicines. Field medical personnel are expected to have such a structure operational with 20 man-hours of work. The field hospital is equipped to work in low pressure or unbreathable atmospheres, but does not have the strength to handle vacuum conditions, nor will it tolerate insidious or corrosive atmospheres.

The full field hospital is designed to fit in a standard drop pallet, or can be broken down into twenty man-portable loads of 50kg each.

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Portable Airlock

Portable Airlock
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Cost Cr1,250
Size 2,000.0 liters
Type Structure
Tech Level TL–9
Weight 350.0 kg
Manufacturer Various

A Portable Airlock is an inflatable, portable chamber that can be attached to the vacuum side of a bulkhead, entered, and pressurized, which allows a hole to be cut into a pressurized area without depressurization. It includes a patch held in place by pressure which seals the hole when the airlock is depressurized.

A portable airlock consists of a metal frame which supports clear reinforced plastic panels, as well as various connectors, supports and seals. A portalock is designed to fit snugly when assembled into the standard ship's corridor, converting it into a 1.5 x 1.5 meter airlock. Assembly requires at least two people, and two to four hours. When completed, the basic portalock has two walls with airtight doors.

A basic portalock set costs Cr1250, with an extra door costing Cr300, and a floor or ceiling modular wall with a hatch costing Cr250. Disassembled, it fits into a container two meters, by one meter by 0.7 meters. The container also holds a pressurized air tank and automatic pump.

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Prefabricated Cabin

Prefabricated Cabin
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Cost Cr10,000
Size 72.0 Kl
Type Structure
Tech Level TL–6
Weight 4,000.0 kg
Manufacturer Various

A Prefabricated Cabin is a modular unpressurized quarters for 6 persons. Assembled it is 2 by 6 by 6 meters. There is one entrance and a single window on the other three sides.

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Reflectorized Tarpaulin

Reflectorized Tarpaulin
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Cost Cr400
Size 2.0 liters
Type Survival Gear
Tech Level TL–7
Weight 1.0 kg
Manufacturer Various
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A Reflectorized Tarpaulin is a protective sheet used for temporary shelter.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

A reflectorized tarpaulin is a large reinforced aluminized sheet which reduces incoming radiation by reflection

  • A standard reflectorized tarpaulin measures 5x10 meters.
  • There are grommets around the edges to serve as tie-down or anchor points.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

A reflectorized tarpaulin is most commonly used to construct or protect temporary shelters, or to protect vehicles, equipment and supplies. A reflectorized tarpaulin is relatively light and flimsy compared to a standard tarpaulin manufactured from a heavy fabric but covers a far larger area.

A reflectorized tarpaulin has a shiny, highly visible surface.

A reflectorized tarpaulin offers little protection against Laser Weapons.

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Tarpaulin

Tarpaulin
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Cost Cr10
Size 4.0 liters
Type Survival Gear
Tech Level TL–1
Weight 2.0 kg
Manufacturer Various
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A Tarpaulin is a waterproof sheet used for temporary shelter.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

A tarpaulin is typically a sheet of a heavy, strong textile that is resistant to the effects of weather. Versions manufactured at higher tech levels may have fluid-repelling coatings or be made from artificial fibers.

  • A standard tarpaulin measures 2x4 meters.
  • There are grommets around the edges to serve as tie-down or anchor points.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

A tarpaulin is a versatile item with many uses. It is most commonly utilized as a component to construct temporary shelters, to cover vehicles, equipment, and supplies, or to act as a screen.

A tarpaulin included in a survival kit will typically have a high visibility finish. Commercial or military types may be plain, they may be printed with logos, or they may be camouflaged.

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Tent

Tent
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Cost Cr200
Size 6.0 liters
Type Structure
Tech Level TL–2
Weight 3.0 kg
Manufacturer Various

The Tent is a cloth or animal hide structure to create a shelter for two people. Consists of a set of poles, wood or light metal is most common, and a covering made of animal hide or light cloth. Can be assembled or disassembled in 15 minutes under normal conditions.

Tents can be colored or camouflaged and can be carried on a pack. Two men can fit comfortably inside, three with some crowding. Tents manufactured after TL–5 usually have a sewn-in waterproof floor.


Pressure Tent
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Cost Cr2000
Size 30.0 liters
Type Structure
Tech Level TL–7
Weight 25.0 kg
Manufacturer Ling-Standard Products
Model 317

The LSP Model 317 Pressurized Shelter is representative of a variety of commercial pressure tents and is a basic shelter for two persons. It is sealed and capable of holding a standard atmosphere of pressure when the outside environment is a tainted or exotic atmosphere or vacuum. There is no airlock: the tent must be depressurized to enter or leave. Like most tents, it can be assembled or disassembled in 15 minutes.

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