Pressure Fueling Nozzle Model 64348

Pressure Fueling Nozzle Model 64348
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January 2011
Applicable additional manuals:
Aerospace Group
Conveyance Systems Division
Carter® Ground Fueling
Maintenance Manual
Pressure Fueling Nozzle
Model 64348
SM44315 Quick Disconnect Assy
SM44646 Hose End Regulator
SM47013 Hose End Regulator
SM60129-1 Hose End Regulator
SM428MISC Misc. Adapter Assemblies
SM427MISC Misc. Adapter Assemblies
SM44642 60427 Type Quick Disconnect Assy
SM61154 Dry Break Disconnect Assy
SM64001 Quick Disconnect Assy
SM64015 Ball Valve
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
1.0 INTRODUCTION
3
2.0 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
3
3.0 TABLE OF OPTIONS AND ORDERING INFORMATION
3
4.0 SAFETY INFORMATION
5
5.0 SPECIAL TOOLS
8
6.0 DISASSEMBLY
8
7.0 INSPECTION
10
8.0 REASSEMBLY
10
9.0 TEST
13
10.0 ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOG
13
FIGURE 1 - CHART OF OPTIONS AVAILABLE
18
FIGURE 2 - CURRENT PRODUCTION CONFIGURATION
19
FIGURE 3 - PREVIOUS CONFIGURATION
20
FIGURE 4 -ADDITIONAL OPTIONS
21
FIGURE 5 - CONTINUITY CLIP INSTALLATION
22
FIGURE 6 - POPPET-SHAFT RETENTION
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Maintenance, Overhaul & Test Instructions
Carter® Brand Model 64348
Pressure Fueling Nozzle
1.0
INTRODUCTION
For the maintenance of options to the basic
Model 64348, refer to Options Table, Section
3.0. This table will reference the service manual
that should be used in the maintenance of each
option.
This manual furnishes detailed instructions
covering the maintenance and overhaul of Eaton’s
Carter brand Model 64348 Pressure Fueling
Nozzle.
2.0
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
views in the figures at the end of the manual
include the various options available.
Model 64348 is a 2-1/2 inch underwing fueling
nozzle. The 64348 is an improved version of the
older 61428 nozzle that incorporates improved
safety and better collar wear characteristics.
The unit is designed to mate with adapters
conforming to MS24484 or equivalent.
The basic nozzle would be procured under the part
number 64348, which includes the standard stick
handles and dust cap. Other options are available
to build a nozzle to specific specifications, as listed
in the table shown in Section 3.0. The exploded
3.0
Older Model 61428 nozzles can be converted to
the newer model by obtaining the appropriate kit
of parts. Refer to up grade manual UP64348.
TABLE OF OPTIONS AND ORDERING INFORMATION
designated by option letters to the basic Model
64348 nozzle.
The following table should be used to determine
the service manual to be used in the
maintenance, repair or replacement of parts
Option Letter
Part Number
Service Manual
A
44373-40 (1)
SM44315
B
44373-60 (1)
SM44315
C
44373-100 (1)
SM44315
D
44311
SM64348
E
41599
SM64348
F (see note 2)
44646-(see note 3)
SM44646
47013-(see note 3)
SM47013
60129-1(see note 3)
SM60129-1
J
44509
SM428MISC
Q
GFP-235-3/8
SM64348
R
41600
SM427MISC
T
44694
SM428MISC
U
207816
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X – Standard on newer units,
optional on older units
210641
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3
64015
SM64015
6, 6H, 6K-P
44316, 44315-1 thru -6
SM44315
7, 7H, 7K-P
44185, 44701, 61154H, K-P
SM61154
9, 9H, 9K-P
44362, 43108-1 thru -6
SM44642 or SM40679
Notes:
of hose end regulator depends upon the
configuration of the inlet fitting.
1. Standard screen shown, some options
utilize 41767-** in lieu of 44373-**.
3. The part number shown is not complete and
must include the spring setting (35, 45 or 55) to
achieve a complete number. The actual hose
2. The "F" option denotes the installation of a
hose end regulator onto the nozzle. The type
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end regulator utilized will depend upon the inlet
configuration chosen. See Figure 1.
The part number of a complete nozzle consists of four basic parts as illustrated below.
PART 1 – MODEL NUMBER
64348
PART 4 – LETTER DESCRIBING THE INLET THREAD TYPE & SIZE.
PART 3 – NUMBER DESCRIBING THE MALE ADAPTER OR BALL VALVE
REQUIRED TO MATE THE DESIRED INLET CONFIGURATION.
PART 2 – OPTIONS A-Z DESCRIBING VARIOUS CHANGES TO THE BASIC
CONFIGURATION.
PART 2
The following options may be added as Part 2 of the part number as indicated above to order a unit to meet your
requirements:
OPTION
LETTER
OPTION
LETTER
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
*A
Adds 40-mesh screen
H
Adds drag ring only with option F.
*B
Adds 60-mesh screen
J
Adds adapter to allow mating to 60427
quick disconnects
*C
Adds 100-mesh screen
Q
Adds fuel sample QD GTP-235-3/8
D
Adds bonding cable
R
Adds male adapter to mate flight refueling
coupling
E
Adds vacuum breaker
T
Adds adapter to allow mating to Whittaker
F577/F582 female inlets
**F1
Adds 15 psi hose end regulator
U
Adds circular handle grip
**F3
Adds 35 psi hose end regulator
U
Adds circular handle grip
**F4
Adds 45 psi hose end regulator
X
added safety clip to 61154 series dry
break on older units, now standard.
**F5
Adds 55 psi hose end regulator
Y
Adds swivel elbows, 47655
**F6
Adds 48 psi hose end regulator
Z
Changes nose seal to arctic duty
*
Options A, B & C only available when a male half or a ball valve from Part 3 is specified. Option A not available
with Option R or with flanged adapter version of Option 9.
**
To obtain a nozzle with two regulators, specify two options in series - F5F4 results in 55 and 45 psi units with
the 55 psi unit assembled as the one nearest the inlet. If two regulators with different control pressures are
required the higher pressure unit should be specified first. The choice of either a flanged or a swivel inlet
version of the hose end regulator is determined by the choice of the inlet configuration.
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PART 3
One of the numbers below must be included as Part 3, as indicated above, to specify the type of inlet configuration
desired. The nozzle may be ordered with the inlet terminating in an adapter half only if desired. In this case leave Part 4
blank. If a female half, either quick disconnect, ball valve or dry break of some configuration is desired, Part 4 must be
completed.
OPTION
LETTER
1
OPTION
LETTER
DESCRIPTION
Specifies 60427 flanged type accessory pad
on inlet of hose end regulator.
Specifies ball swivel type inlet to hose end
regulator.
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3
Adds ball valve to inlet to mate the basic
nozzle or the appropriate hose end regulator.
(64015) See SM64015 for details concerning
the operating handles and defueling key.
9
4
Adds male adapter to mate thumb latch type
QD (47001)
2
DESCRIPTION
Adds male adapter half to mate standard
quick disconnect (44316)
Adds male adapter half to mate 61154 dry
break (44701 when regulator not used,
44185 when regulator is used).
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Adds male adapter half to mate with
60427 style quick disconnect. (44362
when no regulator is used, 43046 when
regulator is used).
PART 4
One of the following letters must be included as Part 4 as indicated above to specify the inlet thread and size:
OPTION
LETTER
H
K
*L
*
OPTION
LETTER
DESCRIPTION
Inlet thread - 2½" NPT
Inlet thread - 2½" BSPP
Inlet thread - 3" NPT
*M
N
P
DESCRIPTION
Inlet thread - 3" BSPP
Inlet thread - 2" BSPP
Inlet thread - 2" NPT
3" inlet threads not available with option 3, Ball Valve.
Example:
64348C6H - 64348 nozzle with 100 mesh screen and standard quick disconnect with 2½" NPT
threaded inlet
64348BDF4T - 64348 nozzle with 60 mesh screen, grounding cable, 45 psi regulator, standard handle
grips and male adapter half to mate Thiem F577/F582 quick disconnect
64348F5F43DEK - 64348 nozzle with 55 psi regulator, 45 psi regulator, and ball valve with drag ring
and glass inspection lid with 2½" BSPP threaded inlet
64348F41 - 64348 nozzle with 45 psi regulator that terminates with a flanged inlet and no inlet fitting
or ball valv.
64348F42 64348 nozzle with 45 psi regulator that terminates with a ball swivel inlet and no inlet fitting
or ball valve
4.0
SAFETY INFORMATION
an adapter) discloses the three Collar Assy
Lock Pins (19) and three Index Pins (21)
installed between the Collar Assy (8) and the
Nose Seal (43). Refer to Figure 2. The three
spring loaded Collar Assy (8) Lock Pins (19)
engage three cutouts (arched shaped
windows) in the interior flange of the Collar
Assy (8) when the Collar Assy (8) is in the fully
disengaged position. These Collar Assy Lock
Pins (19) prevent accidental rotation of the
Collar Assy of the disengaged nozzle. One of
the three cutouts in Collar Assy (8) is normally
There are several safety interlock features
designed into the 64348 nozzle that must be
functioning to prevent an accident that would
result in a spill of flammable liquids with the
consequential risk of fire, personal injury or
death, and property damage. Refer to Table
1.0 to identify individual parts during the
following discussion.
4.1
COLLAR ASSY LOCK AND INDEX PINS
Examination of the connection end of a
disengaged nozzle (nozzle not connected to
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Refer to Service Bulletin SB3480801A for the
latest information on the Lever (14) as it
relates to safety. Contact Eaton or your Eaton
Carter brand distributor for a copy if you do not
have one.
narrower than the other two. This assures that,
even with badly worn adapters, a minimum of
two Lock Pins (19) will be activated to prevent
the nozzle from being opened when not
connected to an adapter.
4.3
With the Collar Assy (8) locked in the
disengaged position, the flat portion of a ramp
integral to the Collar Assy (8) is positioned
over a flat on the Lever (14) in a manner that
prevents opening the Poppet (15).
SAFETY INSPECTIONS
Note:
The frequencies recommended for
the following inspections are our
recommendations based on nozzles that have
been in daily service for at least a year. The
frequency that is required will depend upon the
degree of maintenance extended to the
equipment and to the age of the equipment. It
is not possible for Eaton to recommend other
than the safest possible frequencies.
When connecting to an aircraft, the Index Pins
(21) mate with three slots in a serviceable
MS24484 Adapter Flange to index the nozzle
to the flange so the Collar Assy (8) mates with
the flange lugs during engagement and
prevents disengagement of the Collar Assy (8)
from the flange without releasing the three
spring loaded Collar Assy Lock Pins (19) to the
Collar Assy (8) lock positions.
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4.3.1
NOZZLE INSPECTIONS - AT EACH
REFUELING OPERATION
The following inspections of the Nozzle are
recommended at each refueling operation:
LEVER/COLLAR ASSY INTERLOCK AND
OVER CENTER LINKAGE
A.
Inspect the connection end and verify
that the Index Pins (21) are intact, in place,
and not excessively worn or damaged. Verify
that all three Collar Lock Pins (19) are intact,
undamaged and are extended and engage
all three cutouts in the Collar Assy (8) and
physically prevent Collar Assy (8) rotation.
Examination of the center portion of the Lever
(14) on a disengaged nozzle discloses the fact
that a flat edge of the Lever (14) is beneath the
flat portion of a ramp that is integral to the
Collar Assy (8). With the Collar Assy (8) locked
by the Collar Assy Lock Pins (19), the Collar
Assy (8) ramp prevents rotation of the Lever
(14) to the poppet open position.
This inspection can be accomplished without
interruption of the normal operating procedure
and without adding appreciably to the operation
time by training the operator to automatically
observe the connection end of the nozzle upon
disconnection from the aircraft. If the Collar Lock
Pins (19) do not spring into their correct position,
it could mean that the aircraft adapter is
defective and should be inspected (see
paragraph 4.3.3) and reported as possibly being
defective. If the Collar Lock Pins (19) are not
extended and engaged in all three cutouts in the
Collar Assy (8), the operator should squeeze the
Lever (14) and Handle Grip (4) together while
observing the connecting end of the nozzle. This
should cause the Collar Lock Pins (19) to
"spring" into the cutouts in the Collar Assy (8). If
not, then the nozzle should be taken out of
service.
When the Collar Assy (8) is fully engaged to a
serviceable MS24484 Adapter the Collar Assy
ramp clears the Lever (14) and permits Lever
(14) rotation to the open position.
With the Lever (14) fully open, the round
portion of the Lever (14) prevents rotation of
the Collar Assy (8) in the disengage direction
until the Lever (14) has been fully closed.
These interlocks are designed to prevent
accidental opening of the poppet of a
disengaged nozzle or accidentally disengaging
a nozzle with the poppet open.
The poppet operating internal linkage design is
such that the linkage is "over center" at each
extreme of travel (Lever (14) fully open against
internal mechanical stop or fully closed against
internal mechanical stop).
B.
Thus, internal pressure against a closed
poppet, when the linkage is against the closed
mechanical stop, provides a force only in the
closed direction.
In a similar manner, with the Lever (14) in the
fully open/mechanical stop position, the 50 lb.
force applied by the MS24484 Adapter Poppet
Spring provides a force to maintain the open
direction.
On units with the thumb latch type disconnect
(Options 4 or 7) check to be sure that Safety
Clip (61) is present. Since it was an option on
earlier units and now standard it may not be
present. If Clip (61) is not present it is
recommended that it be procured and installed
as an additional safety device to prevent
inadvertent disconnect of the unit.
C.
Upon engagement to an aircraft and
opening the nozzle but before operating the
deadman control it is recommended that the
operator attempt to remove the nozzle from
the aircraft. This should not be possible. If it
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position. (This is necessary to assure that the
linkage is over center so internal pressure can
not force the poppet open during the Collar
Assy (8) engagement).
can be removed, either the nozzle was never
fully engaged onto the aircraft or needs repair,
or the aircraft adapter, is in need of repair or
replacement.
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4.3.3
NOZZLES INSPECTIONS - MONTHLY BASIS
The following inspections of the Nozzle are
recommended to be conducted on a monthly
basis as a minimum:
NOZZLE INSPECTION PRIOR TO EACH
OVERHAUL
Using Carter S204451 three lug adapter flange
(or any standard flange that is a separate
loose part and not a part of some other
adapter housing) open the nozzle being careful
to drain all trapped fluid into a sump. Even if
the ball valve or a dry-break disconnect is
utilized, there will be a small quantity of
trapped fuel in the nozzle.
A.
Inspect the connection end and verify
that the three Index Pins (21) are intact and in
place. Verify that the three Collar Assy Lock
Pins (19) are intact and in place and extended
and engaging all three cutouts in the Collar
Assy (8) and physically preventing Collar Assy
(8) rotation. Check the Bearing Plate (42)
containing the pins for possible cracks.
Check to see if there is a Cotter Pin (26)
installed through the slotted poppet and the
hole in the shaft. The pin must be installed in
the hole that is completely within the slotted
area of the poppet and the hole that allows for
proper poppet nose seal adjustment.
B.
Prior to connecting the nozzle to the
aircraft inspect the Lever (14) for cracks or
looseness with the Screw (39) that attaches it
to the nozzle. Do not use the nozzle if
cracks or looseness is apparent.
Check the Poppet (15) to see what condition
the shroud is in. The shroud is a sheet metal
part that is press fitted onto the poppet and is
no longer considered necessary. If it is firmly in
place leave it until the next overhaul. If it is
loose remove it by disassembling the Cotter
Pin (26). Reassemble the unit less the shroud,
it is no longer needed. Using the poppet
adjustment tool 64000, adjust the poppet in
accordance with the appropriate instructions in
this service manual.
C.
Hold the nozzle with the outlet or
connecting end facing such that it can be
observed. Apply pressure on the Collar Assy
(8) in the direction to connect the nozzle
aircraft, counterclockwise, to take up the slack
and inspect the relative location of the three
Lock Pins (19) with respect to the cutouts in
the Collar Assy (8). The two Lock Pins (19)
that are engaged in the normally wider cutouts
should not be resting against the edge of their
respective cutouts. If there is a space between
these Index Pins (19) and the edge of the
normally larger cutout, the collar is still in
functional condition. If all three Lock Pins (19)
are resting against the edge of their respective
cutouts (there is no space), the Collar Assy (8)
may no longer be in a functional condition and
should be replaced if it fails the next step.
Grasp the poppet with one hand and holding
the nozzle with the other attempt to un-screw
the poppet from the shaft. The poppet will
move a slight amount taking up the slack
between the slot in the poppet, the hole in the
shaft and the cotter pin.
On newer nozzles (any received after January
2001 check that the wear ring on the inlet of
the nozzle is in place and is not worn out.
D.
With the nozzle being held in the
position described above, attempt to open the
nozzle with the Lever (14). The nozzle should
be prevented from opening by the interference
between the Collar Assy (8) and the Lever
(14). If the nozzle is openable, it should be
removed from service and repaired.
If all is correct close the nozzle and remove
the adapter flange. This procedure should be
followed at each overhaul of the unit.
4.3.4
AIRCRAFT ADAPTER INSPECTIONS
The following inspections of the aircraft
adapter are recommended to be carried out at
each refueling operation to assure that one is
connecting to a safe adapter:
E.
Inspect the Lever (14) and the adjacent
ramp surface of the Collar Assy (8) and verify
that neither part is damaged or has missing
pieces that permit the Lever (14) to be rotated
to the open position with the nozzle
disengaged or that will allow the Collar Assy
(8) to rotate to the disengaged position when
the Lever (14) is open. Broken or missing parts
can result in dangerous fuel spills while
refueling aircraft.
A.
Visually check for bent, broken, missing
or excessively worn lugs or slots. Worn slots
are easily detected. A normal slot will have a
slight machine broken edge (chamfer of .030
inch (0.762 mm)). If the edge is worn such that
the corner is badly distorted and enlarged it
should be inspected more closely and
accurately. Carter Adapter Wear Gauge,
61657-2, should be utilized to check the width
F.
Verify that the Lever (14) is in the fully
closed (against internal mechanical stop)
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61657-2 will provide a "no-go" check for the
slots.
and thickness of the lugs if they appear to be
worn. Wear of the thickness dimension of the
lug will promote premature nose seal leakage.
Wear of the width of the lug combines with slot
wear in defeating the nozzle interlock.
C.
If any of the above conditions are
observed, and or the gauge proves the
adapter to be defective, the refueling
operation should be continued only with
extreme caution. The nozzle, upon
disconnection, should be checked in
accordance with paragraph 4.3.1.A.
B.
Visually check the three slots for
excessive wear. Excessive wear can permit
disengagement of a nozzle without release of
the three Collar Assy Lock Pins (19) and may
permit accidental poppet opening on the
disconnected nozzle. The use of Carter Gauge
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SPECIAL TOOLS



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The following special tools are
recommended for proper repair and or
overhaul of the nozzle:


S204451 - Standard three lug
bayonet adapter flange or equivalent
DISASSEMBLY
6.1
Remove nozzle from end of hose at quick
disconnect. Refer to appropriate service
manual depending upon type of swivel
disconnect utilized.
61657-2 Adapter Wear Gauge
64000 Poppet Adjustment Gauge
61607 Ball (10 & 11) Assembly Tool
WL4680 Torque Wrench Kit
The above items are available from your
Eaton Carter brand equipment distributor.
6958CG or 6958CH Adapter or
equivalent
6.0
which Screw (23) was removed. Hold the nozzle
such that the Tool is below the nozzle and rotate
the Quick Disconnect Adapter (49, 50, 56, 59, or
64), Ball Valve (62) or Regulator (47) until all
Balls (11) have been captured in the Tool. The
correct amount of Balls (11) will be captured
when the level of Balls (11) reaches the line
scribed on the tube of the Tool. If the Tool is not
utilized, remove Balls (11), 39 each, from Unit
by hand. Hold bolt hole vertical (pointed down)
and allow all ball bearings to fall through the bolt
hole. Catch all balls in a container. Some
rotation between the Body (9) and the attached
Adapter, Ball Valve or Regulator may be
required to allow 39 Balls (11) to fall out of hole.
Remove the Adapter, Ball Valve or Regulator
(refer to appropriate Service Manual). If Clip (12)
is to be replaced, use a pair of needle nose
pliers to grasp the existing part and pull it from
the hole in the Body (9). See Figure 4. Clear the
hole of any debris.
SM44315 .........Standard 64348 Nozzle Swivel
Disconnect
SM44642 .........60427 Style Quick Disconnect
SM428MISC ....Adapter assemblies to mate
Whittaker F116/F117 and
Carter brand model 60427
nozzle quick disconnects
SM61154 .........Dry Break Quick Disconnect
SM64001 .........Quick Disconnect
SM64015 .........Ball Valve
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Screw (23) is a self-locking type screw that
utilizes a nylon insert in the threads to affect the
resistance required to provide the locking. They
are designed to be reused several times before
losing their locking effectivity. Note, later version
of the nozzle may incorporate a Screw (23) that
has a recessed Allen key head instead of a
screw driver slot. In addition the O-ring (24)
used on the newer Screw (23) is smaller in
diameter. It is important that the correct O-ring
(24) is used with the correct Screw (23). The
older Screw (23) [one with a screwdriver head is
larger in diameter and the o-ring fits in the
groove under the head of the Screw (23), while
the one with the Allen head is smaller and the oring fits in a groove machined in the threaded
body of the Screw (23)]. Using a torque wrench,
remove Screw (23) and O-ring (24) from lower
half of Body (9), measuring the torque during
removal. If the torque is less than 9.5 in lbs
(0.11 m kg) discard the screw and replace it with
a new one during reassembly. If Ball Assy Tool
61607 is available, screw it into the boss from
Remove O-Ring (25) from internal groove in
the inlet of the Body (9). Visually inspect Wear
Ring (9A) installed in the internal groove for
excessive wear. If it appears to be worn
remove for further inspection in section 7.0.
6.3
8
To remove the Cover (1) it is necessary to
remove the appropriate Grips (4) or (6) or the
appropriate Handle (8A). If the Cover (1) is in
good condition it is not necessary to remove it
at this time. Leave it attached to the handle.
The Screw (4B) should be removed with a
torque wrench and the removal torque
measured. This screw is a self-locking type
and is designed to be reused several times
before losing its locking capability. If the torque
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is clocked in the 6 o’clock position when closed
and the other with the handle clocked in the 3
o’clock position when closed. The newer lever is
black, clocked at 6 o’clock and is retained by a
single screw through the middle of the lever.
Note: If a gray handle retained by a single screw
is present replace it with a new black handle.
Proceed to 6.12.1 if the older handles are
present, other wise proceed to 6.13.
is less than 6.5 in-lbs discard it and replace it
during reassembly.
Remove the Bumper (5) only if replacement is
necessary by cutting through it.
6.4
Screw (7) is a self locking type screw that
utilizes a nylon insert in the threads to affect
the resistance required to provide the locking.
Self locking screws are designed to be reused
several times before losing their locking
effectivity. Note that , here again, the older units
use the Screw (7) with a screwdriver slot and
newer units use one with an Allen head. These
Screws (7) are fully interchangeable. Using a
torque wrench, remove Screw (7) from Collar
Assy (8), measuring the torque during removal. If
the torque is less than 9.5 in lbs (0.11 m kg)
discard the screw and replace it with a new one
during reassembly. Remove the Balls (10) from
the bolt hole in the manner described in
paragraph 6.2 above. There are 49 balls in this
joint. The correct number of Balls (10) will be
removed when the level in the Tool reaches the
line created by the brass fitting that screws into
the Collar (8). If the Tool is not utilized, store the
Balls (10) in a separate container for cleaning
and replacement later.
6.5
Engage the nozzle to the S204451 flange (any
standard aircraft three-lug locking flange).
6.6
Remove Collar Assy (8) from Body (9) by
aligning the groove in the Collar Assy (8) with
detent on Body (9) and pull Body (9) from
Collar Assy.
6.7
Remove S204451 Adapter.
6.8
Turn Lever (14) to open Poppet (15).
6.9
Remove Cotter Pin (26) and unscrew the
Poppet Assy (15) from the Shaft (32). Older
nozzles had a flow diverting shroud present
that was pressed into place. If it is present and
firmly in place, leave it in place. If it is loose,
remove it completely and discard it. It is no
longer needed. Refer to Figure 6 for location
and identification of the shroud.
6.10
The Nozzle Seal Assembly (40) may be
removed by lifting off Body (9). The Plate (42)
may be removed from the Seal (43) by
spreading the ends of the Retaining Ring (43),
removing it from the groove in the Seal (43)
and then sliding the Plate (42) off the Seal
(43).
6.11
The three Lock Pins (19), three Lock Pin
Springs (20), three Index Pins (21) and O-Ring
(18) may now be removed.
6.12
Hold the nozzle outlet in an “up” position as you
would if the aircraft adapter were underwing.
View Lever (14) to determine the age of the
lever. Two older versions, both gray in color,
were produced, one with an operating lever that
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6.12.1
If either older lever is present, hold the Body
(9) with the outlet in an upward position.
Rotate it until the two pipe Plugs (22) are
visible. Remove the left hand plug. If the newer
black lever is present move on to 6.13.
6.12.2
Remove Screws (35) through plug opening
using a torque wrench. The torque to remove
the Screws (35) shall not be less than 1.5 in.lbs. If it is less than that discard and replace
the Screws (35). Observe the orientation of the
Plate (36) with respect to the Lever (14) such
that it can be duplicated during reassembly.
Mis-orientation will result in not being able to
close the nozzle properly.
6.13
On nozzles with a black colored handle, serial
number 6520 and subsequent, the handle is
retained by a single screw located through the
center of the Lever (14). There is no need to
remove either of the Plugs (22) unless a leak
has been observed. Proceed to 6.14 if the
black handle is present.
6.14
Remove Screw (39), Washer (40) and O-ring
(41) from the center of the Lever (14). Discard
Screw (39) and O-ring (41). Pull Lever (14)
from Body (9). Remove Seal (37) and Backup
Ring (38) from Lever (14). Discard Seal (37)
and Backup Ring (38). Proceed to 6.15.
6.15
On nozzles with older handles proceed to
6.15.1. On nozzles with the newer handles
skip to 6.15.2.
6.15.1
Remove assembled Shaft (32), Pin (33), Link
(34) and Plate (36) with attaching parts from
Body (9). Remove Pin (33). Disassemble Cotter
Pin (29), Nut (30) and Crank Pin (31) only if
replacement is necessary. (Note that older links
will be red in color while the newer ones will be
natural stainless steel. Both are acceptable for
use.)
6.15.2
Remove assembled Shaft (32), Pin (33), Link
(34) and Crank (36) with attaching parts from
Body (9). Disassemble Cotter Pin (29), Nut
(30), Crank Pin (29), Wave Washers (28) from
Link (34) and Crank (36) only if replacement is
necessary. Discard Wave Washers (28).
6.16
Remove Pin (33). Disassemble Cotter Pin
(29), Nut (30) and Crank Pin (31) only if
replacement is necessary.
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6.17
Do not remove Cable (44), option D only,
unless replacement is required. The mounting
screw is included with the new replacement
assembly.
6.18
On option E - remove the Vacuum Breaker
(53) only if replacement is required. The
7.0
INSPECTION
Vacuum Breaker (53) is not economical to
repair and should be replaced, if needed, as a
complete assembly. Attempts to repair this
unit may result in fuel spills.
It is recommended that all O-rings (18), (24), (37)
and (25), Back-up (38), Nose Seal (43) & Cotter
Pins (26) & (29) (if it is disassembled) be
replaced upon every overhaul. Note: Be sure to
order the correct O-ring (24) for the Screw (23)
present. If a kit is being used, it will contain both
O-rings (24), use the appropriate one and
discard the other. Inspect all metal parts for
dings, gouges, abrasions, etc. Use 320 grit
paper to smooth and remove sharp edges.
Replace any part with damage exceeding 15% of
local wall thickness. Use alodine 1200 to touch
up bared aluminum. Precisely measure the
following items. Replace any part that exceeds
the identified maximum or minimum wear limits:
On older nozzles without a wear ring in the
body, check the ball race [internal groove that
mates the Balls (10)] inside the Body (9) for
raised burrs or buildup of material that may
prevent the disassembly of the mating
Adapter. The corner of the ball race should be
a smooth radius no greater than .03 inches
(.76 mm). The raised burr may be removed
with appropriate abrasive. If it is too large to
remove in this manner, replace the body.

Both holes in item 34 Link (.196 inch (4.98
mm) diameter max. & .320 inch (8.13 mm)
diameter max.).
Check the ball race located inside the Collar
Assy (8) for raised burrs in the same manner
as above.
 Bearing diameter of item 31 Pin (.300 inch
(7.62 mm) diameter min).
Check the external ball race on the large OD of
the Body (9) in the same manner as above.

Roll Pin (21) on a flat surface to check for
straightness. Replace any suspect pin.
On newer nozzles with the wear ring in the
body, if worn remove for inspection. Measure
the smallest diameter and if less than 0.075
replace it.
Tapered bearing diameter of item 14
Lever (.697 inch (17.7 mm) diameter min on
large end & .635 inch (16.1 mm) diameter min
on small end).
Examine the Lever (14) for cracks. On newer
nozzles, also examine the fit between the
Lever (14) “teeth” and the Crank (36) “teeth” by
placing the two parts together and attempting
to rotate them against each other. The fit
should be snug and not loose. Replace both
parts if looseness appears to be present. Do
not replace only one part.

Measure diameter of the three round
holes in Plate (42). If holes are elongated or
exceed 0.222 inches (5.639 mm) the Plate (42)
should be replaced. Measure the width and
diameter of the other three holes. If the
diameter exceeds 0.330 (8.382 mm) or the
width across the flats exceeds 0.253 inches
(6.426 mm), the Plate (42) should be replaced.
8.0
REASSEMBLY
8.1
Reassemble in reverse order of disassembly
(Refer to Figure 2 or 3 depending upon the
version of nozzle), observing the following:
8.1.1
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Use cleaning solvent in a well-ventilated
area. Avoid breathing of fumes and
excessive solvent contact with skin. Keep
away from open flame
Make certain all components are clean and
free from oil, grease, or any other corrosion
resistant compound on all interior or exterior
surfaces. Wash all parts with cleaning solvent
and dry thoroughly with a clean, lint-free cloth or
compressed air.
DO NOT use any form of grease on Balls (10)
or (11) and be certain to install proper number
of balls in each hole of Body (9) and collar
assembly. The use of Tool 61607 will facilitate
the counting and assembly of the Balls (10 or
11) back into the unit. Also make sure that Clip
(12) is installed properly to maintain continuity
WARNING:
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refer to the Caution Note in paragraph 6.9.1
before proceeding.
through the unit. Refer to Figure 4 for
installation information.
8.1.4
NOTE: A light coat of petroleum jelly can be
applied to all o-rings, springs, and screws for
ease of installation.
8.1.2
If Cotter (29) and Nut (30) were removed
during disassembly, torque Nut (30) to 80 125 in lbs to align slots in nut with hole in
Crank Pin (31). When reinserting the subassembled parts noted in Para. 6.16 of the
disassembly procedure, through the inlet end
of the Body (9), ensure that the Shaft (32) is
inserted into the Body's (9) axial guide bore far
enough that the bore contains the Dowel Pin
(33).
Connect nozzle to S204451 flange when
installing the Poppet (15). Use the Lever (14)
and move the Shaft (32) to its fully extended
(open) position to install the Poppet Assy (15).
Before inserting the Cotter (26), adjust the
Poppet Assy (15) using the following
instructions:
Use Poppet Adjustment Gauge, 64000, to
facilitate the adjustment of the Poppet (15)
onto the Shaft (32). Follow instructions
furnished with the gauge. If the gauge is not
used, place a straight edge across the center
of the elastomer lip of the Seal (43). Use
feeler gages to measure the average
dimension between the bottom of the straight
edge and the Poppet (15) face. This dimension
should be .070 to .110 inch (1.8 to 2.8 mm). If
it is not, calculate the required poppet
dimension as follows: (one quarter (1/4) turn
of the Poppet (15) axially displaces the Poppet
(15) face about .020 inch (0.51 mm).
On nozzles with the older levers (Figure 3),
assure that the orientation of the Plate (36) to
the Lever (14) is as observed prior to
disassembly. Wave Washers (28) are not used
on these nozzles with Plate (36). Use the 9/64
inch Allen wrench through the Body's (9) pipe
thread port to secure the Plate (36) to the end
of the Lever (14) shaft with the four socket
head Screws (35). Torque each of the Screws
(35) to 16 to 18 inch pounds above the torque
required to rotate the screws in the thread
locking inserts installed in the Lever (14) end.
A.
If the feeler gage measurement is too
long, prepare to unscrew (loosen) the Poppet
(15) one quarter (1/4) turn for each .020 (0.51
mm) inch of required adjustment.
Reinstall the Plug (22). NOTE: Plug (22) when
purchased from Carter includes a sealant and
the use of Teflon tape is not required. If new
Teflon tape is used on reinstallation. Do not
utilize more than 1 1/2 wraps of tape.
Excessive use of tape could lead to the
cracking of the Body (9).
B.
If the measurement is too short, prepare
to tighten the Poppet (15) one quarter (1/4)
turn for each .020 (0.51 mm) inch of required
adjustment.
On nozzles with the newer levers the orientation
of the Crank (36) is not critical at this point since
it will be aligned with the Lever (14). Install
Backup Ring (37) and O-ring (38) onto Lever
(14) and insert into Body (9). Lever (14) should
be aligned with Crank (36) to result in the Lever
(14) being at the 9 o’clock position when in the
closed position (3 o’clock when opened). The
“teeth” in both parts should mesh during the
assembly. Place Washer (40), O-ring (41) onto
Screw (39) and insert into hole in center of Lever
(14). Torque the Screw (39) in the outer portion
of the Lever (14) to 125 ± 5 inch pounds, loosen
the Screw (39) and retorque to 125 ± 5 inch
pounds.
8.1.3
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Should it be desired to be able to change the
nose seal of the nozzle without a major
disassembly of the unit it is possible to do so
by eliminating Snap Ring (43). One word of
caution should this be done. If the nozzle is
opened with a tool that does not have the
characteristic lugs of an adapter, the nose seal
may follow the poppet open and be difficult to
reinstall without disassembly. The Snap Ring
(43) will continue to be installed by the factory.
When the nose seal is to be replaced, please
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8.15
Once the proper Poppet Assy (15) adjustment
is made, rotate the Poppet toward the
tightening direction until the next slot in the
Poppet Assy (15) is in line with the hole in the
Shaft (32). Insert the Cotter (26) and bend
over the ends to retain in place in accordance
with Figure 5. Note it is important that the
correct length of Cotter Pin (26) is utilized for
the assembly.
8.2
If the Grip (4) or (6) requires replacing due to
wear or the replacement of the Cover (1), the
new Grips (4) or (6) shall be reinstalled.
8.3
If Bumper (5) is to be replaced onto Collar
Assy (8) warm Bumper (5) in water at 160180° F to soften before pressing onto Collar
Assy (8) .
8.4
If stick Handles (8A) were removed for
replacement they should be reassembled to
Collar (8) using the appropriate Screws (8B),
Washers (8C) and Nuts (8D). Tighten to
secure Handles (8A) into place in the Collar
(8).
8.5
CRITICAL ASSEMBLY NOTE: Where
applicable on assembly of an accessory to this
nozzle, the following torquing sequence and
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values for the mating to the nozzle should be
used:
8.5.1
The six screws accompanying the accessory
should be torqued to 75-79 in-lbs. (8.5-9 N-m).
Tighten all screws to bottom the heads against
the flange without over tightening.
8.5.2
Then start with one screw, mentally numbered
“1” working in a clock-wise pattern, tightening
approximately to half of the end torque values
above. Skip across to screw “4” followed by
“6:, “2”, “5” and finally “3”.
8.5.3
Repeat the tightening at the final torque value
above in the same pattern.
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9.0
TEST
9.1
The following test procedures will be
accomplished after overhaul:
9.2
Test conditions
9.4
Leakage Test
Test media shall JP-4, Jet A or odorless
kerosene, commercial solvent 140.
9.4.1
With the nozzle outlet in the normal open
position, and the test adapter outlet closed,
pressurize the inlet to five PSIG and hold for
one minute minimum. There shall be no
evidence of external leakage from the nozzle.
9.4.2
Repeat the leakage test at 60 PSIG and 120
PSIG.
9.4.3
Close and disengage the nozzle and repeat
9.4.1 and 9.4.2.
times. There shall be no evidence of binding
or excessive force required for valve actuation.
9.3
Functional Test
9.3.1
The nozzle shall be inserted and locked into a
test adapter, Carter 6958CG or CH or
equivalent and the nozzle valve actuated by
use of the crank Lever (14) from the fully
closed to fully open position a minimum of five
10.0
ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOG
Table 1.0 tabulates the parts and sub-assemblies comprising the 64348 Pressure Fueling Nozzle. The item
numbers of the table are keyed to the exploded views of the nozzle diagrammed in Figures 1 thru 5.
TABLE 1.0
Current Production Version
Units/
Assy
Fig.
Item
Part Number
2
1
2
3
4
4A
4B
5
6
7
8
8A
8B
8C
8D
9
207799
Cover ..........................................................
Left intentionally blank
Left intentionally blank
207808
Grip.............................................................
GF960-516
Washer .......................................................
GF16997-78L
Cap Screw ..................................................
23622
Bumper .......................................................
207816
Circular Handle ...........................................
220484
Screw, Pan Head (Note 10) ........................
220269
Collar ..........................................................
210600
Handle ........................................................
GF4-13A
Screw..........................................................
GF960-416
Washer .......................................................
GF21042-4
Nut ..............................................................
207784
Body (Replaced by 47375)..........................
47375
Body Assembly (on newer nozzles) ............
221341
Body (not available as a spare part order 47375 only)...................................
220893
Wear Ring (newer nozzles) (Note 10)
221075
Bearing, Ball ...............................................
221075
Bearing, Ball ...............................................
209853
Clip .............................................................
Left intentionally blank
220878-1
On/Off Act. Lever (New Lever) (Note 11)....
210593
Poppet ........................................................
4
2
9A
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
13
Nozzle
Option
Spares/10
Units/yr.
1
All
5
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
All but U
All
All
All
U
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
5
5
5
3
2
-
1
1
49
39
1
All
All
All
All
All
1
1
1
All
All
-
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Fig.
2
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Units/
Assy
Spares/10
Units/yr.
Part Number
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Left intentionally blank
Left intentionally blank
M25988/1-145
O-ring..........................................................
220272
Pin, Collar Lock...........................................
20909
Spring, Collar Lock Pin ...............................
24780
Pin, Indexing ...............................................
210388
Plug ............................................................
220484
Screw, Pan Head ........................................
1
3
3
3
2
1
All
All
All
All
All
All
10
-
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
MS29512-03
M25988/1-235
GF24665-302
1
1
1
All
All
All
10
10
10
10
-
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
Description
Nozzle
Option
Item
O-ring (Note 10).........................................
O-ring..........................................................
Pin, Cotter...................................................
Left intentionally blank
5806-21-3
Wave Washer (Note 2) ...............................
GF24665-1013
Pin, Cotter...................................................
GF320C4
Nut, Castellated ..........................................
220886
Pin, Crank (Note 2) .....................................
210368
Shaft ..........................................................
D9-437
Dowel Pin....................................................
207795
Link .............................................................
Left intentionally blank
220878-3
Crank (Note 2) ............................................
M25988/1-017
O-ring..........................................................
207792
O-ring, TFE Coated (No longer
available.) ...................................................
MS28774-017
Back-up.......................................................
GF16997-69
Screw (Note 2) ............................................
5710-54-60
Washer (Note 2) .........................................
MS29513-010
O-ring (Note 2)............................................
47058
Nose, Seal Assy .........................................
209029
Seal, Nozzle...........................................
220271
Plate, Bearing ........................................
24636
Ring, Snap .............................................
14
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
All
All
All
All
All
All
1
1
All
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
All
All
All
All
All
10
10
10
10
-
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Table 2
Previous Configuration Nozzle
Fig.
3
4
3
Item
1
2-3
4
4B
4A
5
6
7
8
8A
8B
8C
8D
9
10
11
12
13
14A
14B
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26-28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
42
43
44
Units/
Part Number
Description
Assy
207799
Cover........................................................... 1
Left intentionally blank
207808
Grip ............................................................. 2
GF16997-78L
Cap Screw................................................... 2
GF960-416
Washer ........................................................ 2
23622
Bumper........................................................ 1
207816
Circular Handle............................................ 1
220484
Screw, Pan Head (Note 10)......................... 1
209827
Screw, Cap (Note 10) ................................. 1
220269
Collar ........................................................... 1
210600
Handle ......................................................... 2
GF4-13A
Screw .......................................................... 2
GF960-416
Washer ........................................................ 2
GF21042-4
Nut............................................................... 2
207784
Body (Note 10) ............................................ 1
221075
Bearing, Ball ................................................ 49
221075
Bearing, Ball ................................................ 39
209853
Clip .............................................................. 1
GTP-235-3/8
Fuel Sample QD.......................................... 1
220270
On/Off Act. Lever (Old Lever) (Note 2)........ 1
220561
On/Off Act. Lever (Old Lever) (Note 2)........ 1
210593
Poppet ......................................................... 1
GF24665-302
Pin, Cotter ................................................... 1
Left intentionally blank
M25988/1-145
O-ring .......................................................... 1
220272
Pin, Collar Lock ........................................... 3
20909
Spring, Collar Lock Pin ................................ 3
24780
Pin, Indexing................................................ 3
210388
Plug ............................................................. 2
220484
Screw, Pan Head ........................................ 1
209827
Screw, Cap (Note 10) ................................. 1
MS29512-03
O-ring (Note 10) ......................................... 1
MS29513-013
O-ring (Note10) .......................................... 1
M25988/1-235
O-ring .......................................................... 1
Left intentionally blank
GF24665-1013
Pin, Cotter ................................................... 1
GF320C4
Nut, Castellated........................................... 1
207788
Pin (Note 11) ............................................... 1
210368
Shaft ........................................................... 1
D9-437
Dowel Pin .................................................... 1
207795
Link.............................................................. 1
LP65U82J12M
Screw ......................................................... 4
GF16995-28
Screw (Note 11). ......................................... 4
207783
Plate (Note 11) ............................................ 1
M25988/1-017
O-ring .......................................................... 1
207792
O-ring, TFE Coated (No longer available.)
1
MS28774-017
Back-up ....................................................... 1
47058
Nose, Seal Assy .......................................... 1
209029
Seal, Nozzle ........................................... 1
220271
Plate, Bearing......................................... 1
15
Nozzle
Option
All
All but U
All
All
All
U
All later units
All older units
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Q
All older units
All newer units
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All newer units
All older units
All newer units
All older units
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All newer units
All older units
All
All
All
All
All
All
Spares/10
Units/yr.
5
5
5
5
3
2
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
-
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Fig.
Item
Part Number
45
24636
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Assy
Description
Ring, Snap.............................................. 1
TABLE 3
OPTIONS
Fig.
Item
Part Number
Description
1,4
1
46
47
48
49
50
51
51A
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
44311
44646-*
47013-*
44316
44694
44373-**
41767-**
44317-*
43108*
60129-1*
41599
44509
64348
44185
44697
61154H
64001H
61154K
64001K
61154L
64001L
61154M
64001M
61154N
64001N
61154P
64001P
210641
Cable Assy ............................................................
Regulator (Note 1).................................................
Regulator (Note 1).................................................
QD, Male Half (Note 2)..........................................
QD, Male Half (Note 4)..........................................
Screen Assy (Note 2) ............................................
Screen Assy (Note 2) ............................................
QD, Female Half (Note 2)......................................
QD, Female Half (Note 3)......................................
Regulator (Note 1).................................................
Vacuum Breaker ...................................................
Adapter Assy (Note 4) ...........................................
Nozzle ...................................................................
Short Male Adapter Assy ......................................
Short Male Adapter Assy ......................................
Dry Break Assy, 2½ NPT (Note 7).........................
Disconnect, 2½ NPT (Note 7) ...............................
Dry Break Assy, 2½ BSPP (Note 7) ......................
Disconnect, 2½ BSPP (Note 7) .............................
Dry Break Assy, 3 NPT (Note 7) ...........................
Disconnect, 3 NPT (Note 7) ..................................
Dry Break Assy, 3 BSPP (Note 7) .........................
Disconnect, 3 BSPP (Note 7) ................................
Dry Break Assy, 2 BSPP (Note 7) .........................
Disconnect, 2 BSPP (Note 7) ................................
Dry Break Assy, 2 NPT (Note 7) ...........................
Disconnect, 2 NPT (Note 7) ..................................
Safety Clip.............................................................
62
63
64
64015*
43046
44362
Nozzle
Option
Spares/10
Units/yr.
All
-
Used as Option
D
F3,F4,F5
F3,F4,F5
6
T
A,B,C
B,C
6H,K,L-N,P
9H,K,L-N,P
F*, F1, F3, F4, F5, F6
E
J
All
F*7
7 (Note 12)
7H
4H
7K
4K
7L
4L
7M
4M
7N
4N
7P
4P
X option on older units,
now standard
Ball Valve (Note 6) ................................................ 3H,3K,3L,3N,3P
Male Adapter Assy (Note 3) .................................. F*9
Male Adapter Assy (Note 4) ................................. 9
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Table 4
Repair Kit Information
KITS – Kits provided by Eaton are a more economical way to obtain recommended parts to overhaul or repair a unit.
They also insure that genuine Carter parts are used in such repairs. The following kits are recommended for the various
options noted and their content is based on experience. If any customer desires a special kit simply ask for it with the part
numbers desired in the kit and the quantity and it will be made available. The kit contents shown in this document may
not necessarily be the latest. Service manuals are changed on an irregular basis and may not be as up to date as kit
drawings used to produce them. If a kit ordered is different that that shown in this document the content shipped will be in
accordance with the latest production drawings.
Kit Part #
Description
Kit Contents – Items from Table 1
KD64348-5
Basic Seal Kit. Combine with one of the
following kits to repair a complete nozzle. See
note 9 below for more assistance
Seal Kit for option 9 nozzle
(Note 8)
Seal Kit for option T (Note 8)
12, 18, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 37, 38, 39, 41 & 43
KD64348-6
KD64348-7
KD64348-8
KD64348-9
KD64348-10
KD64348-11
KD64348-12
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Seal Kit for option 6 nozzle
(Note 8)
Seal Kit for 60129-1, 44646 or 47013
Regulator only. No longer available. Order
KD60129-1, KD44646-1 or KD47013-1 as
needed
Seal Kit for option 7 nozzle (Note 8)
Seal Kit for option 3 nozzle (Ball Valve)
(Note 8)
Converts one piece lever to two piece design
M25998/1-040 O-ring, 207807 Seal & 201201-231
O-ring
M25988/1-040 O-ring, 207807 Seal & 210174-231
Quad-ring
M25988/1-040 O-ring, 207807 Seal & 210174-337
Quad-ring
See SM60129-1, SM44646 or SM47013 for
contents. There may be parts in the kit not needed
for the particular regualtor desired. See the
appropriate service manual for exact kit of parts
See SM61154 for contents
See SM64015 for applicable parts. There may be
parts in the kit not needed for the particular ball
valve desired. See the appropriate service manual for
exact kit of parts
14, 24, 28, 29, 31, and 36-41
Refer to SM44646, SM60129-1 or SM47013, as appropriate, for detail information.
Refer to SM44315, SM61154, SM40679 or SM64015 for detail information.
Refer to SM40679 for detail information.
Refer to SM428MISC for detail information.
All part numbers beginning with "GF" are interchangeable with those beginning with either "AN" or "MS". If
the "GF" is followed by three numbers it is interchangeable with and "AN" part, otherwise it is
interchangeable with an "MS" part of the same number.
Refer to SM64015 for detail information.
Refer to SM61154 or SM64001 for detail information.
Seal kits for complete nozzles should be ordered with multiple dash numbers to achieve the desired results.
Example: KD64348-5-8-9 would be a kit to repair a 64348 nozzle with a regulator and a standard 6 option
QD.
The seal kits mentioned are designed to be customized to fit the particular nozzle to be repaired. See the
table below for further assistance.
Item 9A is not present on older nozzles.
The MS29512-03 Gasket (24) is used with Screw (23) 220484. This is available as an assembly (and is
more economical to order as such) as part number KDT-1191. If Screw (23) 209827 is to be replaced do so
with KDT-1191. O-ring (24) MS29513-013 is used with the older Screw (23) 209827 only.
There have been three item 14 On/Off Actuating Levers used on the 64349 nozzle. Item 14, replaces the
previously used items 14A and 14B. Several other parts are needed to replace (14A) or (14B) and are
furnished with KD64349-2 and KD64348–12. Neither (14A) or (14B) are available, they will automatically be
replaced by KD64348-12. Wave Washer (28) is used to provide friction in the lever mechanism to keep the
lever in the open position during flow conditions.
On nozzles that do not have the newer two-piece operating lever item 51 shown will interfer with the
operating lever. It is recommended for this reason and for other safety considerations as presented in
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Service Bulleting SB3480801A that the operating lever be changed. Contact Eaton directly for further
information if a new adapter is to be ordered.
FIGURE 1
CHART OF OPTIONS AVAILABLE
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FIGURE 2
CURRENT PRODUCTION CONFIGURATION
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FIGURE 3
PREVIOUS CONFIGURATION
Note:
1. Previous configuration nozzles can be updated to the current production configuration by using KD6434812 Kit on overhaul.
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FIGURE 4
ADDITIONAL OPTIONS
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FIGURE 5
CONTINUITY CLIP INSTALLATION
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FIGURE 6
POPPET-SHAFT RETENTION
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