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The Engineering Deck of the USG Ishimura is where various engineers work at maintaining the ship. This area is responsible for ensuring the Ship's ShockPoint Drive and gravity centrifuge work, as well as the nav rockets, with a lifting capacity of 525 trillion kilograms. This area is noted for being very dangerous as only Class 5 Engineers are allowed entry. Unlike other ship areas such as the Bridge and Medical, Engineering is very dark and industrial often with pipes, conduits, and exposed circuitry on the walls.
This chamber is used to protect the Gravity Centrifuge by cleansing workers of any bacteria and small debris.
The Engine Room is a large area that contains the ship's immense engine room and control terminal. Within this chamber are small stations containing tools and interface equipment, a holographic control panel activates and moderates the power of the engines, and the ship's gargantuan primary engine and drive shaft. The Engines do have some suction power making miscellaneous and lighter items stick straight up in the air.
A large, very dark open area. It is separated into 2 sections by a gondola. This area feeds fuel into the engines. The area is rather high above the floor, and is by far the darkest area of the deck.
A large chamber that holds the Gravity Centrifuge, a machine that holds the ship in high orbit over a planet. The Centrifuge is powered by two clutches and moves in a circular motion, anyone or anything caught it its path is instantly killed.
- This is where Chapter 3: Course Correction of Dead Space takes place.
- In a deleted scene in Dead Space: Downfall, the Unused Graverobber was the cause of the Centrifuge going offline.
- Screams and sounds of struggle are often heard within Fuel Storage signifying that there may be more survivors within the deck than previously thought.
- This is where part of Chapter 10: Déjà Vu on the Ishimura of Dead Space 2 takes place. Isaac must repair the centrifuge and get it back online.