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Bunkier Atomowy Krąpiewo - tajny obiekt wojskowy - Filtry Powietrza
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Tajny Obiekt Wojskowy nr 86092 (Bunkier Atomowy Krąpiewo)

Budowę bunkra rozpoczęto w 1982 roku. Położony jest na głębokości 8m pod powierzchnią ziemi, powierzchnia jaką zajmuje to 1100m2.

W bunkrze znajdują się pomieszczenia takie jak:

- czerpnia powietrza wraz z zespołem filtracyjnym

- hydrofornia (wyposażona w pompy i zbiorniki wody)

- agregatorownia (sześć agregatów z silnikami Diesla które mogły wytworzyć prąd o mocy 1,25 MW)

- rozdzielnia prądu elektrycznego

- pomieszczenie systemu przeciwpożarowego

- pomieszczenie sprężarek powietrza

- pomieszczenie zbiornika z powietrzem

- pomieszczenie dyspozytora radiowego

- sala nadajników i odbiorników wyposażona w urządzenia teletransmisyjne

- pomieszczenie do odpoczynku dla obsługi.

Panoramę 360 wykonała firma UNITED ARTISTS z Bydgoszczy.

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Taken: 13/11/2011
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