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<ul><li><p>BY ORDER OF THE </p><p>SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE </p><p>AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION 32-1062 </p><p>15 JANUARY 2015 </p><p>Civil Engineering </p><p>ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, POWER PLANTS </p><p>AND GENERATORS </p><p>COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY </p><p>ACCESSIBILITY: Publications and forms are available for downloading or ordering on the </p><p>e-Publishing website at http://www.e-publishing.af.mil. </p><p>RELEASABILITY: There are no releasibility restrictions on this publication. </p><p>OPR: AF/A4CX </p><p>Supersedes: AFI32-1062, 1 June 2005 and </p><p>AFI32-1063, 10 June 2005 </p><p>Certified by: AF/A4CX </p><p> (Col Valerie L. Hasberry) </p><p>Pages: 25 </p><p>This instruction implements Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 32-10, Installations and </p><p>Facilities. It provides acquisition and operation and maintenance (O&amp;M) requirements for power </p><p>systems, individual real property installed equipment (RPIE), and Equipment Authorized </p><p>Inventory Data (EAID) generators. This instruction applies to all personnel who operate and </p><p>maintain RPIE and EAID electrical generators, to include Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) </p><p>units and the Air National Guard (ANG). It emphasizes safe, cost-effective, reliable, and </p><p>environmentally-compliant methods and practices. This publication may be supplemented at any </p><p>level, but all direct supplements must be routed to the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) of </p><p>this publication for coordination prior to certification approval. The authorities to waive </p><p>wing/unit level requirements in this publication are identified with a Tier (T-0, T-1, T-2, T-3) </p><p>number. See Air Force Instruction (AFI) 33-360, Publications and Forms Management, for a </p><p>description of the authorities associated with the Tier numbers. Submit requests for waivers </p><p>through the chain of command to the appropriate Tier waiver approval authority, or alternately, </p><p>to the Publication OPR for non-tiered compliance items. Refer recommended changes and </p><p>questions about this publication to the OPR using the AF Form 847, Recommendation for </p><p>Change of Publication; route AF Forms 847 from the field through the appropriate functional </p><p>chain of command. Ensure that all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this </p><p>publication are maintained in accordance with Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 33-363, </p><p>Management of Records, and disposed of in accordance with the Air Force Records Information </p><p>Management System (AFRIMS) Records Disposition Schedule (RDS). Use of the name or mark </p><p>of any specific manufacturer, commercial product, commodity, or service in this publication </p><p>does not imply endorsement by the Air Force. </p><p>http://www.e-publishing.af.mil./</p></li><li><p> 2 AFI32-1062 15 JANUARY 2015 </p><p>SUMMARY OF CHANGES </p><p>This document is substantially revised and must be completely reviewed. This revision of </p><p>AFI 32-1062 also replaces AFI 32-1063, Electrical Power Systems. AF Form 487, Generator </p><p>Operating Log (Inspection and Testing), has been updated and must be used for all generators </p><p>installed after the publication date of this AFI. Generator authorization, classification, and </p><p>validation have been consolidated in this revision. In accordance with the Director of Civil </p><p>Engineers memorandum for Authorization and Size Validation of Emergency and Standby </p><p>Generators, dated 1 April 2013, existing facilities with standby generators (RPIE or EAID) </p><p>must be vetted through the generator authorization and classification process. New and </p><p>replacement generators require Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) authorization, </p><p>classification, and design approval (paragraph 1.1). Authorization and classification must be </p><p>obtained in advance of design approval (paragraph 6.1). Revalidation of facilities authorized </p><p>standby generators must be conducted every five years (paragraphs 1.4.6, 9.1). A new </p><p>authorization request is required for facilities with relevant changes to mission requirements or </p><p>modifications to the electrical system (paragraph 9.1). Generator authorizations will be assigned </p><p>by individual facility. Facilities with multiple generators must have a single authorization for all </p><p>standby generators attached to the facility (paragraph 2.2). </p><p>1. RESPONSIBILITIES. ........................................................................................... 3 </p><p>2. AUTHORIZATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF GENERATORS. ................. 7 </p><p>3. AUTHORIZATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF FACILITIES. ...................... 8 </p><p>4. ACCOUNTING FOR GENERATORS. ................................................................ 10 </p><p>5. DOCUMENTATION AND RECORDS. .............................................................. 10 </p><p>6. GENERATOR DESIGN AND INSTALLATION, AND EPA REQUIREMENTS. </p><p> ................................................................................................................................. 10 </p><p>7. RPIE GENERATOR AND ATS TESTING AND INSPECTIONS. ..................... 13 </p><p>8. REPORTING RPIE GENERATORS. ................................................................... 13 </p><p>9. FIVE-YEAR REVALIDATION OF GENERATOR AUTHORIZATIONS. ....... 13 </p><p>10. PRIME GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS. ......................................................... 14 </p><p>11. POWER CONDITIONING AND CONTINUATION INTERFACING </p><p>EQUIPMENT (PCCIE). ........................................................................................ 14 </p><p>Attachment 1GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 15 </p><p>Attachment 2NEW AND REPLACEMENT GENERATOR AUTHORIZATION AND </p><p>DESIGN TEMPLATES 20 </p><p>Attachment 3EXISTING GENERATOR AUTHORIZATION AND DESIGN SIZING </p><p>TEMPLATE 24 </p></li><li><p>AFI32-1062 15 JANUARY 2015 3 </p><p>1. RESPONSIBILITIES. </p><p>1.1. Air Force Director of Civil Engineers (AF/A4C). Establishes policies for electrical </p><p>systems, power plants and generators. </p><p>1.2. Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC). (T-1) </p><p>1.2.1. Director, AFCEC Operations (AFCEC/CO), or designee, is the approval authority </p><p>for generator authorization, design, and classification to include Critical Operations </p><p>Power Systems (COPS). </p><p>1.2.2. AFCEC/CO is the approval authority for five-year revalidation of generator </p><p>authorizations (see paragraph 9.1) and the use of generators for prime power or </p><p>cogeneration. </p><p>1.2.3. Chief, AFCEC Mechanical/Electrical Branch (AFCEC/COM), maintains master </p><p>list of RPIE generators available for relocation, as compiled from the Major Commands </p><p>(MAJCOMs) (see paragraph 1.2.1.2). </p><p>1.2.4. Director, AFCEC Environmental (AFCEC/CZ), provides guidance regarding local </p><p>emission restrictions, spill containment, and fuel tank inspection requirements. </p><p>1.2.5. Director, AFCEC Energy (AFCEC/CN), reviews and coordinates on use of </p><p>generators for co-generation and Prime Power. </p><p>1.2.6. Director, AFCEC Facility Engineering (AFCEC/CF), submits authorization and </p><p>design approval requests to AFCEC/CO when projects are programmed without </p><p>generator authorization. </p><p>1.3. MAJCOM. </p><p>1.3.1. MAJCOM Senior Engineer. </p><p>1.3.1.1. MAJCOM Senior Engineer may delegate the following tasks (may not be </p><p>delegated below the MAJCOM). </p><p>1.3.1.2. Reviews and coordinates on generator authorization and design requests or </p><p>recommend alternative for approval and submit requests to AFCEC/CO, or </p><p>disapprove with no further action. </p><p>1.3.1.3. Reviews annual RPIE generator inventory reports and provide AFCEC/COM </p><p>Civil Engineer Maintenance, Inspection, and Repair Team (CEMIRT) a list of </p><p>generators that are oversized, available for relocation, and cannot be redistributed </p><p>within their command (see paragraph 8.4). </p><p>1.3.1.4. Coordinates the five-year revalidation of generator authorizations with </p><p>AFCEC/CO and forward validation reports to AFCEC/COSM by 1 October of the </p><p>reporting year (see paragraph 9). </p><p>1.3.1.5. Coordinates prime and cogeneration requests for utility tariff control through </p><p>AFCEC/CN (information copy to AFCEC/COSM). </p><p>1.3.1.6. Ensure Base Civil Engineers (BCEs) develops written prioritized refueling </p><p>plans and requirements to support EAID and RPIE generator operation during </p><p>extended power outages of not less than seven days. </p></li><li><p> 4 AFI32-1062 15 JANUARY 2015 </p><p>1.3.2. Vice Commanders (MAJCOM/CVs). Approves deviations for Semiannual Full-</p><p>System Testing, per paragraph 7.2. </p><p>1.4. Installation Commander (or Equivalent). Approves deviations from manufacturer </p><p>service intervals. (T-1) </p><p>1.5. BCE. </p><p>1.5.1. Real Property Electrical Power Systems. The BCE provides, operates, and </p><p>maintains all real property electrical power systems and equipment, including EAID </p><p>equipment assigned to the BCE and RPIE items, with the exception of units supporting </p><p>missile systems or special-use tenant generators lacking a signed memorandum of </p><p>agreement (MOA). The BCE is responsible for operating and maintaining other real </p><p>property and RPIE electrical systems (as applicable to each installation), including: (T-1) </p><p>1.5.1.1. Controls, sensors, and alarm circuits needed for operation of real property </p><p>facilities, such as tank liquid level sensors and alarms. </p><p>1.5.1.2. Fire alarm systems. </p><p>1.5.1.3. Mass notification systems. </p><p>1.5.1.4. Facility-integrated photovoltaic panels, arrays, and components. </p><p>1.5.1.5. Electric and hybrid vehicle charging stations. </p><p>1.5.1.6. Joint-Services Interior Intrusion Detection Systems (J-SIIDS). </p><p>1.5.1.7. Electrical heating and air-conditioning systems using equipment similar to </p><p>RPIE. </p><p>1.5.1.8. Electrical systems temporarily deployed during exercises or contingency or </p><p>wartime operations, or systems permanently assigned to an installation. </p><p>1.5.1.9. Systems for utility plant management and distribution, such as energy </p><p>management and control systems, which include supervisory control and data </p><p>acquisition systems and utility monitoring and control systems. The BCE obtains </p><p>advance written approval from AFCEC/COSM to install any generator security </p><p>device, such as those used to mitigate electrical system vulnerability. </p><p>1.5.2. Special-Use/Tenant Facility Systems. (T-1) The BCE maintains and tests </p><p>electrical power systems at special-use or tenant facilities in accordance with Air Force </p><p>standards for RPIE and equipment typically assigned to the CE squadron. Using </p><p>organizations are responsible for operator-level maintenance of equipment supplying </p><p>power exclusively to these facilities. Real property accountability for equipment </p><p>supplying power to a special-use facility or tenant organization resides with the BCE. </p><p>The BCE ensures required MOAs are established; that they address reimbursable/non-</p><p>reimbursable expenses and requests for additional levels of maintenance; and they </p><p>receive Judge Advocate review. The BCE has no maintenance responsibility for </p><p>electrical equipment that is not on the real property record or CE allowance standard and </p><p>has no MOA in place. </p></li><li><p>AFI32-1062 15 JANUARY 2015 5 </p><p>1.5.2.1. The BCE will review and approve non-RPIE generator connections </p><p>requested by tenant organizations through the work order process per paragraph 1.8. </p><p>(T-1) </p><p>1.5.2.2. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) capitalized real property and generator </p><p>operation and maintenance that is funded through the DLA Sustainment, Restoration </p><p>and Modernization (SRM) process is not a BCE responsibility without a MOA in </p><p>place. If a MOA is in place, the terms of the MOA will determine BCE responsibility. </p><p>(T-1) </p><p>1.5.3. Technical Documentation. (T-1) The BCE develops and maintains as-built </p><p>electrical system drawings, operating procedures, schematics, and manufacturer O&amp;M </p><p>manuals. </p><p>1.5.4. Generator Authorization, Design, and Classification. The BCE: (T-1) </p><p>1.5.4.1. Develops and coordinates authorization, and design requests through the </p><p>MAJCOM Senior Engineer to AFCEC for authorization and approval for RPIE and </p><p>BCE-owned EAID generators, including generators procured with military </p><p>construction (MILCON), O&amp;M, SRM, DLA, or other funding. Exception: Develops </p><p>and coordinates requests for generators serving dental and medical facilities through </p><p>the medical field operating agency. (See memorandum templates in Attachments 2 </p><p>and 3, or fillable forms located on the Air Force Portal, AFCEC Electrical </p><p>Engineering site.) https://www.my.af.mil/gcss-</p><p>af/USAF/ep/contentView.do?contentType=EDITORIAL&amp;contentId=c2D8EB9D63C</p><p>49E8B4013C86DBD2091008&amp;channelPageId=s2D8EB9D637283B5601377B2CE4</p><p>030666&amp;programId=t2D8EB9D6386BFB8B01394F5729351F52 </p><p>1.5.4.2. Maintains authorizations in the generator record. </p><p>1.5.5. Generator Inventory. The BCE: (T-1) </p><p>1.5.5.1. Conducts an annual inventory of all CE-operated and maintained RPIE and </p><p>EAID generators by 1 August each year, including generators that are replacement-</p><p>eligible, and forwards a copy to the MAJCOM Senior Engineer. </p><p>1.5.5.2. For RPIE generator accountability, reconciles the inventory with real </p><p>property records; for EAID generators, with Custodian Authorization and Custody </p><p>Receipt Listing records. </p><p>1.5.5.3. Includes generator classification and all generator data in each generator </p><p>record, in accordance with AF Form 487. </p><p>1.5.6. Five-Year Validation of Authorizations. The BCE will conduct a validation of </p><p>generator authorizations every five years to identify changes to mission or electrical </p><p>system configurations and will forward validation reports to the MAJCOM Senior </p><p>Engineer for revalidation (see paragraph 9). (T-1) </p><p>1.5.7. Compliance with Federal Regulations. The BCE ensures compliance with </p><p>applicable provisions of 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 63 Subpart ZZZZ </p><p>(all stationary prime power generators), 40 CFR Part 60 Subpart JJJJ (all stationary Spark </p><p>Ignition (SI) generators), 40 CFR Part 60 Subpart IIII (all stationary Compression </p><p>Ignition (CI) generators), and 40 CFR Part 89 (portable diesel generators). Depending on </p></li><li><p> 6 AFI32-1062 15 JANUARY 2015 </p><p>generator location and age, operation and maintenance of generators in accordance with </p><p>the manufacturer's written instructions or procedures may be required. (T-0) Note: CFR </p><p>terminology is unique and conflicts with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) </p><p>terminology and this AFI. CFR definitions are used for the sole purpose of applying CFR </p><p>requirements and are not used for classification purposes of the NFPA or this AFI. </p><p>1.5.8. Refueling Plans. The BCE develops written prioritized refueling plans and </p><p>requirements to support EAID and RPIE generator operation and other generator </p><p>operation identified within an approved MOA during extended power outages of not less </p><p>than seven days. The BCE forwards a copy of the plans, together with the annual </p><p>generator inventory, to the MAJCOM Senior Engineer. (T-1) </p><p>1.5.9. Parallel System Operation. The BCE ensures: (T-1) </p><p>1.5.9.1. EAID or RPIE generators or any generator owned by another agency will not </p><p>operate in parallel with any real property electrical system (i.e., transformer, </p><p>switchgear, or utility) unless authorized by AFCEC/CO. (Exception: Automatic </p><p>Transfer Switches [ATSs] with momentary closed-transition transfer are permitted). </p><p>1.5.9.2. Variable renewable energy sources do not...</p></li></ul>

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