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TM 10-6640-238-13 1-12 c. Interior.  (Refer to Figure 1-4.) Anti-Icing Additive Test Kit (Sheet 1, Item 1):  Used to determine the percent volume (%V) of anti-icing additive in jet turbine engine fuels. Emergency Light Ballast Box (2):  Contains components for turning emergency lights on when normal power is lost, and for recharging the battery when normal power is restored. Separometer (3):  Provides a quick, portable means for field and laboratory use to rate the ability of turbine fuels to release entrained or emulsified water when passed through fiberglass coalescence material. Storage Locker (4):  Provides a storage space for miscellaneous equipment and supplies. MAIN POWER PANEL A1 (5):  Main entry and control point for power supplied to laboratory.  Contains purge control relay A1K1, one 5-amp fuse, three 25-amp fuses, the main circuit breaker and circuit breaker that supplies power to POWER PANEL NO. 2 in mechanical room.  Also contains circuit breakers that supply power for lighting, convenience outlets, the gas alarm system and all other equipment located in laboratory section. First Aid Kit / Burn Kit (6):  Provides essential items required to treat minor injuries and burns. Gas Alarm Control (7):  A calibrated instrument designed to continuously monitor for combustible gas air mixtures.  It alerts personnel to hazardous conditions and automatically activates air purging system. Desiccating Cabinets (8):  Two desiccating cabinets designed to comply with requirement of ASTM Method ASTM D-2276. Environmental Control Unit Remote Control (9):  There is one control module for each ECU.  They are used to control ECUs in heating, cooling, or venting modes of operation. Oil Thief (10):  Provides a means for collecting petroleum samples in accordance with ASTM test D-4057. Flashlight (11): Provides emergency lighting.  There are four flashlights positioned throughout laboratory, one near each of the laboratory doors, one on roadside wall, and one in machinery room. Centrifuge (12):  Used to conduct ASTM tests D-91, D-893, D-1796, D-2273 and FTMS test F-5105.5.  It is rheostat controlled and can operate at 2250 rpm. ECU Duct Work (13): Used to direct air flow from ECU units throughout interior. Water Chiller (14):  A 30-gph unit that provides chilled water for laboratory. Air Tank (15):  A 30-gallon tank capable of acting as an air accumulator at a pressure of up to 200 psi. Sampling and Gaging Kit (16):  A portable petroleum test kit used in performing ASTM test D-287, D-4057, D-1250, and D-1298. Roadside Cabinets (17):  Provides storage for equipment and supplies. Burnout Furnace (18):  Used in performing ASTM test D-482, D-874, and D-2276.  It has a maximum operating temperature of 20005F (10935C). Laboratory Ovens (19):  Two laboratory ovens that employ gravity convection as a method of heat transfer and are used for baking, drying, and condition preheating. Viscosity Baths (20):  Two viscosity baths used to perform ASTM test D-445 which determines kinematic viscosity of petroleum products. Analytical Balance and vibration damping support (21):  Used to perform ASTM test D-2276.  It is fully automatic, top loading with up front, one finger control of all balance functions. Purge Control Distribution Box A3 (22):  Located below MAIN POWER PANEL A1 and behind an access panel the purge control distribution box A3 contains components to operate the purge cycle that moves outside air into the ECU ducting system and forces any gases or contaminated air outside via the purge exhaust doors.


 


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