Section II. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA
1-8. EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES.
Wheels provided for transport over hard smooth surfaces.
Can be towed as a sled when wheels stowed.
Frame protects filter-separator from mechanical damage.
Capabilities and Features.
Differential pressure gage provides easy monitoring of filter condition.
Pressure relief valve provides automatic protection against over-pressure damage.
Defrost shroud provided for heating water sump and water drain valve to prevent freezing.
1-9. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS.
For items 1 through 11 refer to figure 1-2.
FRAME.. Supports and protects the components of the 200 GPM filter-separator.
TIEDOWN STRAPS. Two tiedown straps secures the tank to the frame.
TANK. Contains the fuel being processed by the filter-separator.
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE. Protects the filter-separator from damage due to excessive internal pressure.
Pressure relief valve is preset at 150 psi and sealed by the manufacturer.
AIR VENT VALVE.. Provides a means for purging air from tank when filling and operating the filter-separator.
FUEL INLET. Connection for unfiltered fuel from fuel system pump assembly.
CROWBAR Stowed on frame skid. Used to aid in breaking loose from ice and snow when moving fuel system
WHEEL ASSMEBLY RIGID MOUNT. Non-swiveling wheels for transport on hard surfaces shroud to the frame.
DEFROST SHROUD. Contains hot exhaust gas to prevent freezing of water in filter-separator.
FUEL FILTER ACCESS PORT. Provides access to internal filters for servicing and maintenance.