Table 2-2. Operator's Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
NOT FULLY MISSION
Fuel fumes are always present in the vicinity of the liquid
fuel filter-separator. Death or personal injury may result
from the explosion of fuel fumes exposed to an open
flame or spark. Do not permit any smoking, any open
flame or spark producing equipment within fifty (50) feet
(15m) of the Pumping Assembly.
Inspect for physical damage that might prevent successful
Physical damage will not
allow normal operation of
Check bolts on inlet and outlet couplings. If any bolt or nut is
Any coupling is not
filter-separator loose, notify supervisor.
Check that ground cable attachment screw and clamp are tightly
Ground cable connections
filter-separator fastened. If loose notify Unit Maintenance.
Remove the dust cap (1), depress continuity ball (2) on valve seat,
Continuity ball does not
release and observe that ball pops back out. If ball does not pop
pop back in place.
back freely, electrical continuity is lost and static discharge is
possible. The coupling must be replaced. Notify unit maintenance.
Drain water from sump to avoid freezing.
Periodically check for leaks, especially at unisex couplings, vessel
Any Class I, Class II or
filter separator end cover and sight gauge.
Class III fuel leak is