TM-5-3825-217-12

TM-5-3825-217-12
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HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
WASHINGTON. D.C., 17 September 1973.
Operator’s and Organizational Maintenance Manual
Including Repair Parts and Special Tools Lists
DISTRIBUTOR, WATER, COLLAPSIBLE TANK, 900 GALLON,
GRAVITY FEED (U.S. RUBBER MODEL CE-9C;2)
FSN 3825-542-2173
TM 5-3825-217-12, 1 April 1969, is changed as follows:
Page 1-1. Paragraph 1-21 is changed as follows: Report of errors, omissions, and recommendation
for improving this publication by the individual user is encouraged. Reports should be submitted on
DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications) and forwarded directo to commander, U.S.
Army Troop Support Command, ATTN: AMSTS-MPP 4300 Goodfellow Boulevard. St. Louis, MO
63120." Page B-1. Appendix B is rescinded.
By Order of the Secretary of the Army:
CREIGHTON W. ABRAMS
General, United States
Army
Official:
Chief-of Staff
VERNE L. BOWERS
Major General, United States Army
The Adjutant General
Distribution:
To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-25B (qry rqr block No. 378) organizational
requirements for Distributor, Water.
*U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1983-764-028/5002
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HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Washington, D. C., 11 January 1971
Operator’s and Organizational Maintenance Manual
Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List
DISTRIBUTOR, WATER, COLLAPSIBLE TANK, 900 GALLON,
GRAVITY FEED (U. S. RUBBER MODEL CE-9C.2)
FSN 3825-542-2173
Current as of 2 December 1970
TM 5-3825-217-12, 1 April 1969, is changed as follows: The title is changed as shown above.
Page i, chapter 2, section III. Change title from "Control" to read "Controls and Instruments."
Page ii, chapter 4. Rescinded
Insert the following information in page column of table of contents:
Appendix A........................................ A-1
B........................................B-I
C........................................C-l
D........................................D-1
Section I .........................................D-1
II ........................................D-2
III(Not applicable
IV.......................................D-3
Group
22 ......................................D-3
57 ......................................D-3
95 ......................................D-9
Section V......................................D-12
So much of paragraphs 1-3, 2-3, and 3-5 as reads "fig. 1-1" is changed to read "fig. D-1."
Page 1-1, chapter 1. Section I is superseded as follows:
Section I. GENERAL
1-1. Scope
a. This manual contains information and instruction necessary for the operation and maintenance of the water
distributor.
b. Refer to TM 740-90-1 (Administrative Storage of Equipment) for information and instructions pertaining to
organizational administrative storage.
c. Refer to TM 750-244-3 (Procedures for Destruction of Equipment to prevent Enemy Use) for information and
instructions on destruction of equipment to prevent enemy use.
1-2. Forms and Records
DA Forms and procedures used for equipment maintenance will be only those prescribed by TM 38-750, the Army
Maintenance Management System.
1-2.1. Reporting of Errors
Report of errors, omissions, and recommendations for improving this publication by the individual user is encouraged.
Reports should be submitted on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to DA Publications) and forwarded direct to
Commanding General, U.S. Army Mobility Equipment Command, ATTN: AMSME-MPP, 4300 Goodfellow Boulevard, St.
Louis, Mo., 63120.
Page 1-1. Paragraph 1-3b, line 9, fourth sentence is superseded as follows: "Centered on the manhole cover is a 2-inch
male threaded opening to permit connection of a 2-inch adapter, and a 25-foot section of 2-inch hose for either filing the
tank with water or pumping water from the tank."
Paragraph 1-3c, line 1. Change title from "Drain Out1
let Assembly fig. 1-1)” to read “Drain Assembly (fig 1-1)”.
Paragraph 1-3e, lines 6 and 7. Change "quick closing lever type brass valve" to read "globe valve".
Paragraph 1-4a. In line 3, "Valve" is changed to read "valve".
Page 1-2, paragraph 1-5,. line 1. Change "Mode" to read "Model."
Page 1-3, figure 1-1, callout 13. Change "Drain base assembly " to read "Drain assembly"
Page 1-4, figure 1-2, callout 1, Change "Pipe, 65 in." to read "Pipe, 53 in."
Page 2-1. paragraph 2-1c, line 1. Change "bronze valve" to read "globe valve."
Paragraph 2-3e (5), line 4. Change "seivel" to read swivel".
Paragraph 2-4a. In line 2,"gate valve handler" is changed to read "globe valve."
Page 2-2. Change title of section III from "CONTROLS" to read "CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS.”
Paragraph 2-7. Change title from "Controls" to read "Controls and Instruments." In the first sentence
change "unitis" to read "unit is".
Paragraph 2-9a, line 4. Change "gate valve" to read "globe valve."
Paragraph 2-9b, third sentence, lines 7 and 8. Change "By pulling on the nylon rope in the cab, which opens
the gate valves" to read "By pulling on the nylon rope in the cab, which opens the globe valve."
Page 3-1. Change title to chapter 3 from "OPERATOR'S ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRIUCTIONS"
to read "OPERATOR'S AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS."
Page 3-2, paragraph 3-8. Change title from "Troubleshooitng Table" to read "Troubleshooting Table."
Page 4-1, chapter. Deleted
Page .A-1. APPENDIX A, REFERENCES, is superseded as follows:
A-1. Destruction of Equipment
TM 750-244-3
Procedures for Destruction of Equipment to Prevent Enemy Use (Mobility Equipment Command)
A-2. Maintenance
TM 38-750
The Army Maintenance Management System
A-3. Operation
TM 9-2320-209-SCEquipment Serviceability Criteria for Truck, Dump: 2½-Ton, 6 X 6, M47, M59, and M342
TM 9-2320-209-10
Operator's Manual for 2½ Ton, 6 X 6 chassis, Truck: M47, M59, and M342
A-4. Painting
TM 9-213
Painting Instructions for Field Use
A-5. Shipment and Storage
TB 740-93-2
Preservation of USAMEC Mechanical Equipment for Shipment and Storage
TM 740-90-1
Administrative Storage of Equipment
SB 740-5430-93-E01 Storage of Fabric Collapsible Water Tanks
Page C-1, section II, MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART. Add an "O" in the "INSTALL" column (col. (3)G) for “Tank
assembly," "Control valves," and "Spray bar.”
Page D-2, paragraph 7. Below code 00333 the following is added:
Code
77357
Manufacturer
Powhatan Brass and Iron Works
Appendix D. Change the page numbers as follows:
1 to D-3
6 to D8
2 to D-4
7to D9
3 to D-5
8 to D10
4 to D6
9 to D11
5 to D7
10 to D12
Make the following changes to Appendix D:
*TM 5-3825-217-12
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL MANUAL
OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE MANUAL
INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST
DISTRIBUTOR, WATER COLLAPSIBLE TANK;
900 GALLON; GRAVITY FEED
(U.S. RUBBER MODEL CE-9C-2) FSN 3825-542-2173
Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.
1 April 1969
Current as of 13 November 1968
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The safety precautions to consider while operating the water distributor are those precautions associated with the vehicle
used in conjunction with the water distributor.
Paragraph
Page
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION
Section I. General
Scope ..........................................................................................................
1-1
1-1
Forms and Records.....................................................................................
1-2
1-1
II. Description and Data
Description ..................................................................................................
1-3
1-1
Identification and tabulated data .................................................................
1-4
1-1
Difference in models ...................................................................................
1-5
1-2
CHAPTER 2. INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. Service upon receipt of material
Inspection. ...................................................................................................
2-1
2-1
Installation of separately packed components ............................................
2-2
2-1
Installation or setting up Instructions ...........................................................
2-3
2-1
II. Movement to a New Worksite
Dismantling for movement ..........................................................................
2-4
2-1
Installation after movement. ........................................................................
2-5
2-1
III. Controls
General........................................................................................................
2-6
2-2
Controls .......................................................................................................
2-7
2-2
IV. Operation Under Usual Conditions
General........................................................................................................
2-8
2-2
Operation of equipment...............................................................................
2-9
2-2
V. Operation Under Unusual Conditions
General........................................................................................................
2-10
2-2
Salt Water Service ......................................................................................
2-11
2-2
CHAPTER 3. OPERATOR’S AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. Operator’s and Organizational Maintenance Repair Parts, Tools and Equipment
Tools............................................................................................................
3-1
3-1
Organizational maintenance repair parts
.
3-2
3-1
II. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
General........................................................................................................
3-3
3-1
Preventive maintenance checks and services ............................................
3-4
3-1
III. Operators Maintenance
Servicing the water tank.. ............................................................................
3-5
3-1
Servicing the spray bar................................................................................
3-6
3-1
IV. Troubleshooting
General........................................................................................................
3-7
3-2
Troubleshooting table..................................................................................
3-8
3-2
V. Field Expedient Repairs
General........................................................................................................
3-9
3-2
Minor leaks ..................................................................................................
3-10
3-2
This manual supersedes TM 5-3825-217-15, 31 July 1961, including all Changes
i
Paragraph
Organizational Maintenance Procedures
General........................................................................................................
3-11
Repair of collapsible tank ............................................................................
3-12
Removal and installation of manhole cover assembly ................................
3-13
Repair of spray bar assembly......................................................................
3-14
CHAPTER 4. SHIPMENT, LIMITED STORAGE AND DEMOLITION TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
Section I. Shipment and Limited Storage
General........................................................................................................
4-1
Dismantling for movement ..........................................................................
4-2
Shipping the equipment...............................................................................
4-3
Storage........................................................................................................
4-4
II. Demolition of Material to Prevent Enemy Use
General........................................................................................................
4-5
Demolition ...................................................................................................
4-6
APPENDIX A. REFERENCES
B. BASIC ISSUE ITEM LIST
C. MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
D. REPAIR PARTS LIST
Section I. Introduction
II. Prescribed Load Allowance
III. Special Tools, Test and Support Equipment for Organizational Maintenance
IV. Repair Parts for Organizational Maintenance
Group 22. Body Chassis or Hull and Accessory Items
2210 Data plates ......................................................................................... ......................
57. Spray Equipment Components
5708 Tanks, valves, lines hoses, fittings ..................................................... ......................
95. General Use Standardized Parts
9501 Bulk material....................................................................................... ......................
Section V. FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER "INDEX
Page
VI.
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3-2
3-2
3-2
3-3
4-1
4-1
4-1
4-1
4-1
4-1
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
Section I. GENERAL
1-1. Scope
This manual contains information and instructions necessary for the operation and maintenance of the Water Distributor.
1-2. Forms and Records
a. DA forms and procedures used for equipment maintenance will be only those prescribed by TM 38-750, Army
Equipment Record Procedures.
b. Reporting of errors, omissions, and recommendations for improving this publication by the individual user is
encouraged. Reports should be submitted on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to DA Publications) and forwarded
direct to Commanding General, . S. Army Mobility Equipment Command, ATTN: AIMSMIE-MIPP, 4300 Goodfellow
Boulevard, St. Louis, Mo. 63120.
Section II. DESCRIPTION AND DATA
1-3. Description
The water distributor unit consists of a collapsible water tank, (fig. 1-1) a gravity-fed spray bar, and all required accessories
and connections :fig. 1-2;. The unit .is to be mounted on a standard military 2½ ton, dump truck, and is intended for use in
dust alleviation and soil stabilization of roads and air fields.
a. Collapsible Tank (fig.1-1). The 900 gallon water storage tank Is constructed of synthetic rubber covered nylon
cloth win molded rubber fitting assemblies on the top and the aft end.
b. Manhole Cover Assembly. The manhole cover assembly is an aluminum 14-inch x 20-inch rectangular cover
which attaches to the molded rubber fitting located on the top of the tank. It is removable to permit access into the tank for
cleaning purposes. Mounted off center on the aluminum cover is a ½ inch bronze pipe nipple fitted with a threaded pipe
cap which is removed to permit passage of air during filling or draining of the tank. Centered on the manhole cover is a 2inch male threaded opening to permit connection of a 2-inch hard rubber hose for either filling the tank with water or
pumping water from the tank. Connected integrally with the 2-inch opening is a 2-inch strainer having a solid flat bottom
with side opening which will permit pumping water to a depth of approximately one inch from bottom of tank.
c. Drain Outlet Assembly (fig. 1-1). Attached to the molded rubber fitting of the aft end of the tank is a 2-inch drain
outlet for complete drainage of the tank. It is also attaching point for the spray bar assembly.
d. Repair Kit. An emergency repair kit is included with the collapsible tank for repairing holes, cuts, and tears in the
tank wall by the use of fabric patches. The repair kit consists of:
Cement. air curing, six 7/2 pint cans
Brush, 1 1/2 inches wide
Cheesecloth, bleached 36 inches wide by 18 inches long
Coated cloth, 12 inches wide by 18 inches long
Roller, hand, 2 inches wide, one
Emery cloth. 180 grit, six 4 ½ Inches x 5 ½ inches sheets
Repair instructions
3 inches Mechanical clamp, two
5 inches Mechanical clamp, one
Gum strip. 1 inch wide, 72 inches long
e. Spray Bar Assembly. The spray bar assembly consists of a series of 2-inch black steel pipes perforated with ¼inch holes spaced 3-inches apart. The two center pipes or bars are joined by a tee connection at the center to which is
attached a 2-inch rubber hose which in turn is attached to the tank by a quick closing lever type brass valve. Attached to
the center bars by swing joints are two outer bars which are folded inward when not in use and secured by a snap chain
wrapped around the bars and held by an eye bolt welded to the top of the center bar. 'When fully extended to 180° the
spray bars measure approximately 16 feet, and about 7 feet when folded. To manually control the flow of water, 20 feet of
½ inch rope is attached to the valve lever and run from the valve, through a chain hole in the truck dump, to the cab of the
truck.
1-4. Identification and Tabulated Data
a. Identification. The tank capacity and identification is stenciled conspicuously on the tank. The torque valve Is
stenciled near the manhole cover.
b. Tabulated Data.
Manufacturer .................................... U S. Rubber Co.
Model................................................ CE-9C-2
1-1
Tank dimensions and weights
Overall length ................................... 8 ft 11 in.
Overall width..................................... 5 ft 9 in.
Overall height ................................... 2 ft 6 in.
Net weight empty.............................. 417 lb. estimated
Net weight full ................................... 7617 lb. Estimated
Shipping Volume .............................. 51.045 cu. Ft
Shipping Weight ............................... 475 lb.
Shipping Dimensions........................ 87.75 in. x 49.50 in. x 19.62 in.
1-5. Difference in Models
In the U.S. Rubber Co. Mode CE-9C-2 is the only model covered in this manual. Serial numbers 1 thru 10 have 580 gallon
capacity. All other serial numbers have 900 gallon capacity.
1-2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
900 gallon water tank
Manhole cover assembly
Manhole cover
Cap with chain
Male fitting
Machine screw #10-24
Strainer
Tank nipple
Cap
Locknut
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Capscrew
Washer
Drain base assembly
Plug
Union
Drain base
Drain support fitting
Elbow
Hose, cotton
Figure 1-1. Collapsible tank with hardware
1-3
Figure 1-2. Spray bar assembly.
1-4
TM 5-3825-217-12
CHAPTER 2
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL
2-1. Inspection
Upon receipt of equipment a visual inspection of the shipping container and the contents should be made for obvious
damage due to handling or shipping. Lay out the tank hose, repair kit, and the spray bar assembly, which are individually
wrapped, and check for completeness.
a. Inspect tank walls and hoses for any tears or punctures.
b. Check piping and hose for visual evidence of cracks or damage, loose connections, or missing parts. Check
swing joints for ease of operation by moving the outer bars outerward from their folded position.
c. Check operation of the bronze valve by manually operating the lever. The lever should return to the closed
position. Remove paint from valve stem.
2-2. Installation of Separately Packed Components
There are no separately packed components.
2-3. Installation or Setting Up Instructions
a. The collapsible tank is to be positioned in the bed of a standard 21S z ton dump truck. Sweep the truck bed
thoroughly, removing sticks, stones. Or other sharp objects that could damage the tank.
b. Lower the tail gate of the truck to facilitate loading the collapsible tank.
c. Remove the tank from its compartment in the container, unwrap, and position the tank on the truck bed with the
manhole cover facing up and the outlet fitting facing aft. The tank weighs 251 pounds and can be loaded by a four man
crew.
d. Save the shipping container for subsequent storage and shipment.
e. Assemble the spray bar unit (fig. 1-2).
(1) Remove spray bar unit from shipping container. Keep the end bars in the folded position for handling ease.
(2) With the spray bar assembled in the configuration shown in figure 1-2, lift the unit to the dump truck. Raise the
tail gate of the dump truck to the horizontal position and secure with the chain. To secure the spray bar to the dump truck,
slide the “U” bolt over the rod at both ends of the most rearward edge of the tail gate, then position the spray bar braces
(13) so the "U" bolt protrudes through the two drilled holes in each brace, secure the braces to the "U" bolts using the nuts
(12) and washers (11) provided.
Note: All nuts, lockwashers, screws and other hardware are provided in a separate package attached to the shipping
container.
(3) Remove the valve (4) from the shipping container and insert nipple (9) into one end of the rubber hose (7).
Tighten the attached hose clamp (8) with a screwdriver.
Note. Do not lubricate the hose (7) to slip it on the valve nipple or spray bar tee with anything except plain water.
(4) Slip the opposite end of the rubber hose (7) over the nipple in the vertical end of the tee (23) on the spray bar
(21) and tighten as above.
Note. The valve should rest on the bed of the dump truck at this point in line with the drain support on the water tank.
Adjustments assure this can be obtained by adjusting the rubber hose on the valve nipple and spray bar tee accordingly
before tightening the hose clamps.
(5) Remove the plug (14) figure 1-1, from the union (15) and line up the valve (4) figure 1-2 and the union (2) with
the swivel on the drain assembly (13, fig. 1-1). Tighten the seivel to the union.
(6) Check the ease of movement of the spray bar ends by swinging them in line with the rest of the assembly.
Swing the spray bar ends back and secure them with snap chain hooked to the welded eye on top of the pipe.
Note. Spray bar ends should be secured for road travel to and from the water point
(7) Attach the nylon rope to the arm of the valve and route it through the chain hole to the truck cab. Check ease
of valve operation.
Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
2-4. Dismantling for Movement
a. Drain the water distributor unit by pulling the nylon rope attached to the gate valve handle. The
valve will open allowing the tank to drain through the spray bars.
b. Dismantle the spray bar assembly by reversing procedure prescribed in paragraphs 2-3e(1) through 2-3e(7).
c. Disconnect the valve unit and remove the handle. Store these items in the box provided for them.
d. Fold the tank to a compact size with all components assembled to it and wrap in protective paper.
e. Repack repair kit in its separate compartment of the shipping container.
2-5. Reinstallation After Movement
Refer to installation or setting up instructions.
2-1
Section III. CONTROLS
2-6. General
This section provides the operator crew sufficient information to insure proper operation of the water distributor.
2-7. Controls
The water distributor unitis operated from the cab of the truck. A manila rope extends from the truck cab to a handle on the
valve (4, fig. 1-2). The valve is spring loaded in the closed position and is opened by pulling the rope attached to the valve
handle. For instructions regarding the controls and instruments of the dump truck, refer to TM 9-2320-209-ESC/2.
Section IV. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
2-8. General
a. The instructions in this section are published for the information and guidance of personnel responsible for the
operation of the water distributor.
b. Tighten spray bars at the beginning of each operation.
2-9. Operation of Equipment
a. Water spreading is the primary function of the water distributor. It involves the use of the spray bar to spread water
over a given area. Water is gravity fed from the tank through the gate vaive and perforated holes in the spray bar.
b. While traveling to and from the area to be sprayed, the steel pipe extensions on the spray bar assembly are folded
inward. To set up for operation when arriving at the job site, unwrap chain, swivel out the steel pipe at 180°, and secure the
length of chain to the eyebolt on the center pipe. By pulling on the nylon rope in the cab, which opens the gate valves,
water will begin to flow to and out of the spray bars. The amount of coverage will be determined by the speed of the truck.
For best results the speed should not exceed 5 miles per hour.
Section V. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
2-10. General
Normally the equipment will not be operated during temperatures below freezing (+32ºF.). Under certain conditions
(moderate temperatures during the day and below freezing at night) the equipment, if assembled on the dump truck. must
be protected for short intervals. This protection consists of removing any water that remains in the tank or piping to prevent
its freezing.
Caution: Do not attempt to install or remove collapsible water tank if temperature is below -20°F because tank will be
stiff and difficult to roll and unroll. Permanent damage to the tank could result.
2-11. Salt Water Service
After any operation involving the use of salt water in the tank and pipes, flush the drain system with
clean fresh water.
2-2
CHAPTER 3
OPERATOR’S ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. OPERATOR’S AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
REPAIR PARTS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
3-1. Tools
No special tools are required for the operation or maintenance of the water distributor.
3-2. Organizational Maintenance Repair Parts
Organizational maintenance repair parts are listed in Appendix D of his manual.
Section II. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES
3-3. General
To insure that the water distributor is ready for operation at all times, it must be inspected systematically to detect and
correct defects which could result in damage or failure of the unit. Preventive maintenance checks and services are
described in paragraph 3-4. The item numbers indicate the sequence of minimum inspection requirements. Defects
discovered during operation of the unit will be noted for future correction to be made as soon as the operation has ceased.
Stop operation immediately if a deficiency is noted which would damage the equipment if operation of the unit were
continued. All deficiencies and shortcomings will be recorded together with the corrective action taken on DA Form 2404 at
the earliest opportunity.
Table 3-1 Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
Item
Interval
Operator
Daily
Number
B
D A
Org.
M Q
B-Before Operation
D-During Operation
Item to be inspected
A-After Operation
W-Weekly
Procedure
M-Monthly
Q-Quarterly
Reference
W
1
X
X
Tank
2
3
4
5
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Spray Bar
Spray Bar Swivel
Spray Bar Mounting
Hose
6
7
X
X
X
Valve
Tank
8
X
Strainer
9
X
Spray Bar
10
11
X
X
Spray Bar Swivel
Valve
Add water as required, check for leaks, cuts,
or other damage.
Clean clogged spray bar holes.
Check for ease of movement.
Tighten a loose mounting.
Inspect for leaks, cracks, or other damage.
Replace as required.
Check for free operation.
Check for leaks, cuts, or other damage.,
replace or repair as required.
Check torque for manhole cover attaching
bolts; 25 to 35 inch-pounds.
Clean clogged holes. Replace damaged spray
bar.
Check for damage and replace as required.
Check for leaks and operation. Replace
defective valve.
3-4. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
Table 3-1 lists the preventive maintenance checks and services required in support of water distributor.
Section III. OPERATOR’S MAINTENANCE
3-5. Servicing the Water Tank
Add water, as required, to the tank through hose (19, fig. 1-1). Check tank and spray bar assembly for leakage.
3-6. Servicing the Spray Bar
Remove any obstruction from the holes in spray bar to provide a uniform distribution of water.
3-1
Section IV. TROUBLESHOOTING
3-7. General
This section provides information useful in diagnosing and correcting unsatisfactory operation or failure of the water
distributor and its components. The malfunction listed below is followed by a list of probable causes of the trouble. The
corrective action recommended is described opposite the probable cause.
3-8. Troubleshooting Table
Malfunction
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Little or no water from the spray bar
a. Valve closed
a. Open valve
b. Tank empty
b. Fill tank.
c. Perforated pipe clogged
c. Clean holes.
d. Tank leaks
d. Repair tank
e. Hose cut
e. Replace hose
Section V. FIELD EXPEDIENT REPAIRS
3-9. General
Operator troubles may occur while the water distributor is operating in the field where supplies and repair parts are not
available and normal corrective action cannot be performed. When this condition exists the following expedient repair may
be used in emergencies, upon the decision of the unit commander. Equipment so repaired must be removed from
operation as soon as possible and properly repaired before being placed in operation again.
3-10. Minor leaks (Tank)
Trouble
Expedient Repair
Minor leak .................... Temporary repairs to the tank are accomplished by using the 3 inch and 5 inch clamps
furnished in the repair kit.
Section VI. ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
3-11. General
This section will deal with the repair of the collapsible water tank and the spray bar assembly.
3-12. Repair of Collapsible Tank
The repair kit supplied with the distributor assembly is to be used for the repair of the collapsible tank.
a. Preparation of Tank.
(1) It is preferable to repair the tank indoors, but if this is not possible work should be done only in clear weather in
a sheltered area free of gusts and blowing dirt or sand.
(2) The work area should be cleared and the tank should be laid on a clean, flat surface with the
damaged area exposed to view for ease of workmanship.
(3) All water shall have been removed and then damaged are completely dried.
b. Repair of Tank.
(1) All repairs will be made on the outside of the tank.
(2) Cut a piece of the coated cloth large enough to lap the damaged area at least two inches.
(3) Repairs will be limited to cuts, punctures and tears up to 12 inches in length.
(4) Using the Emery cloth in the kit, lightly buff the entire area surrounding the damage over which the patch will
be placed, making sure that the buffed area is at least as large as the patch.
(5) Using the Emery cloth, lightly buff the patch on one side. This will be the side which will be placed buffed side
down on the damage.
(6) Both the patch and the damaged area should Be wiped clean with the cheesecloth provided to remove
particles of sandpaper grit and buffed rubber articles.
(7) Dip the brush in the cement and paint both the patch and the damaged area of the tank with two coats of the
cement, waiting 15 minutes between the first and the second coat.
(8) When the cement feels tacky, apply the patch to the damaged area in the manner prescribed below. If the
tackiness has disappeared before the patch is applied, paint both patch and the damaged area with another light coat of
cement.
(9) Center the patch over the damage and using the roller from the kit, work from the center outward to avoid
trapping air between the patch and the tank area.
(10) Using the roller, go over the entire patch area rolling in one direction with good pressure.
(11) Allow the repaired areas to dry at least 72 hours before using the tank. It would be desirable to lay a 25
pound shot bag or sand bag over the patch during this time.
(12) If the patch appears loose or air is trapped under it the entire repair procedure should be repeated, using a
new piece of patch material and with the original cement removed from the tank. This can be done by buffing off with the
Emery cloth from the kit.
3-13. Removal and Reinstallation of Manhole Cover Assembly
a. General. In order to gain access to the interior of the collapsible tank for cleaning and inspection,
3-2
it is necessary to remove the manhole cover located on top of the tank.
b. Removal
(1) Lay tank on flat smooth surface, with protection between the tank and the ground or underlying surface.
(2) Use extreme caution when stepping on tank.
(3) Using a torque wrench or box wrench of the proper size, back off the 32 hex head cap screws and washers.
(4) The screws and washers should be saved for reinstallation.
(5) Remove the cover by grasping the pipe caps and lifting up. Store the cover in a safe, clean place.
Caution: Do not attempt to remove the cover by inserting a screwdriver between the cover and the
rubber molded fitting. This will damage the fitting.
(6) It should never be necessary to remove the strainer fitting from the center of the manhole cover in order to
look inside the tank. Rather, the entire cover should always be removed.
c. Installation.
(1) Make sure that the rubber fitting is clean and dry and that the bottom side of the manhole cover around the
bolt holes is also clean and dry.
(2) Position the cover over the fitting in the tank so that the bolt holes line up properly, and then insert screws and
washers and bring up finger tight.
(3) Using a torque wrench, proceed to tighten up each screw to a torque reading of 25 to 35 inch pounds. Screws
should be tightened in a pattern by tightening the screw across the cover from it.
(4) After all the screws have been brought up to the required torque, go around the cover once more, checking to
see that this torque is present.
DO NOT RETIGHTEN AFTER THIS.
Note. The above procedure can also be used for removal and reinstallation of the drain base fitting.
3-14. Repair of Spray Bar Assembly
a. Close valve (4, fig. 1-2)
b. Disassemble the spray bar until the damaged part is removed. Refer to figure 1-2.
c. Replace damaged part with a serviceable or new part.
d. Reassemble the spray bar.
3-3
CHAPTER 4
SHIPMENT, LIMITED STORAGE AND DEMOLITION TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
Section I. SHIPMENT AND LIMITED STORAGE
4-1. General
The water distributor is provided with a container that accommodates the collapsible tank and spray bar assembly. The
container is used for storing and transporting the water distributor.
4-2. Dismantling for Movement
Refer to paragraph 2-4 for instructions to dismantle the water distributor.
4-3. Shipping the Equipment
a. Load the water distributor on the conveyance.
b. Guard against shifting of the water distributor during transit by the use of tie downs and blocks.
4-4. Storage
a. Drain the collapsible tanks and spray bar assembly thoroughly.
b. Fold the tank carefully until it will fit into its shipping container.
c. Store the spray bar assembly in the shipping container.
Caution: Do not store water distributor where it will be exposed to temperatures of 32°F or colder.
Section II. DEMOLITION OF MATERIEL TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
4-5. General
When capture or abandonment of the water distributor to an enemy is imminent, the responsible unit commander must
make the decision either to destroy the equipment or render it inoperative. The demolition of the equipment must insure
destruction of the same parts in all equipment to prevent repair by salvage.
4-6. Demolition
Use sledge hammers, crowbars, picks, axes or any impact or cutting tool to destroy the water distributor. Smash the valve
and spray bars and cut, tear or otherwise render the collapsible tank incapable of holding water.
4-1
APPENDIX A
REFERENCES
A-1. Painting
TM 9-213
Painting Instructions for Field Use
A-2. Maintenance
TM 38-750
Army Equipment Record Procedure
A-3. Shipment and Storage
TB 740-93-2
TM 740-90-1
SB 740-5430-93-EO1
Preservation of USAMEC Mechanical Equipment for Shipment
and Storage
Administrative Storage of USAMEC Mechanical Equipment
Storage of Fabric Collapsible Water Tanks
A-1
APPENDIX B
BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST
Section I. INTRODUCTION
B-1. Scope
This appendix lists items which accompany the water distributor, or are required for installation, operation, or operator’s
maintenance.
B-2. General
This Basic Issue Items List is divided into the following sections:
a. Basic Issue Items- Section II. A list of items which accompany the water distributor or are required for the
installation, operation, or operator’s maintenance of the item required.
b. Maintenance and Operating Supplies - Section III. Not applicable.
B-3. Explanation of Columns
The following provides an explanation of columns in the tabular list of Basic Issue Items, Section II.
a. Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability Codes (SMR), Column (1).
Note. Common hardware items known to be readily available in Army supply will be assigned Maintenance Codes
only. Source Codes, Recoverability Codes. and Quantity Authorized will not be assigned to this category of items.
(1) Source Code, indicates the selection status and source for the listed item. Source code is:
Code
P
Explanation
Applied to repair parts which are stocked in or supplied from GSA/DSA or Army supply system, and
authorized for use at indicated maintenance level.
(2) Maintenance Code, indicates the lowest level of maintenance authorized to install the listed item.
The maintenance level code is:
Code
Explanation
C.............................................. Operator/crew
(3) Recoverability Code, indicates whether unserviceable items should be returned for recovery or salvage. Items
not coded are expendable.
b. Federal Stock Number, Column (2). This column indicates the Federal stock number for the item.
c. Description, Column (3). This column indicates the Federal item name and any additional description of the item
required.
d. Unit of Issue, Column (4). This column indicates the unit used as a basis for issue, e.g., ea, pr, ft, yd, etc.
e. Quantity Incorporated in Unit Pack, Column (5). This column not applicable.
f. Quantity Incorporated in Unit, Column (6) This column not applicable.
g. Quantity Furnished with Equipment, Column (7). This column indicates the quantity of an item furnished with the
equipment.
h. Quantity Authorized. Column (8). This column indicates the quantity of an item authorized the operator/crew to
have on hand or to obtain as required. As required items are indicated with an asterisk.
i. Illustration, Column(9). This column is not applicable.
Section II. BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4) (5) (6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
SMR
Description
Qty
Illustration
code
Federal
Unit Inc Qty Qty
(A) (B)(C)
stock
of in inc furn Qty
(a)
(b)
No.
Meas unit in with auth
Figure Item
S M R
packunit equip
no.
no.
P
P
C
C
7510-889-3494
7520-559-9618
P
C
3825-798-1144
GROUP 31. BASIC ISSUE ITEMS
MANUFACTURER INSTALLED
3100 - Basic Issue Items,
Manufacturer or Depot Installed
BINDER: Looseleaf
..............................................................
CASE: Operation and Maintenance Manuals .............................
DA TECHNICAL MANUAL - TM 5-3825-217-12..........................
REPAIR KIT ............................................................................
B-1
EA ........................
EA ........................
EA ........................
EA ........................
1
1
1
1
1
1 ..........................
1
1
APPENDIX C
MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
Section I. INTRODUCTION
C-1. General
a. This section provides a general explanation of all maintenance and repair functions authorized at various
maintenance levels.
b. Section II designates overall responsibility for the performance of maintenance functions on the identified end item
or component. The implementation of the maintenance functions upon the end item or component will be consistent with
the assigned maintenance functions.
c. Section III is not applicable.
d. Section IV is not applicable.
C-2. Explanation of Columns in Section II
a. Group Number, Column (1). The functional group is a numerical group set up on a functional basis. The
applicable functional grouping indexes Codes) are listed on the MNAC in the appropriate numerical sequence. These
Indexes are normally set up in accordance with their function and proximity to each other.
b. Functional Group, Column (2). This. Column contains a brief description of the components of each functional
group.
c. Maintenance Functions, Column (3. This column lists the various maintenance functions (A through K) and
indicates the lowest maintenance category authorized to perform these functions. The symbol designations for the various
maintenance categories are as follows:
C - Operator or crew
0 - Organizational maintenance
F - Direct support maintenance
H - General support maintenance
D - Depot maintenance
The maintenance functions are defined as follows:
A Inspect: To determine serviceability of an item by comparing its physical, mechanical, and electrical characteristics
with established standards.
B Test: To verify serviceability and to detect electrical or mechanical failure by use of test equipment.
C Service: To clean, to preserve, to charge, to paint. and to add fuel, lubricants, cooling agents. and air.
D Adjust: To rectify to the extent necessary to bring into proper operating range.
E Aline: To adjust specified variable elements to an item to bring to optimum performance.
F Calibrate: To determine the corrections to be made in the readings of instruments or test equipment used in precise
measurement. Consists of the comparison of two instruments, one of which is a certified standard of known
accuracy, to detect and adjust any discrepancy in the accuracy of the instrument being compared with the certified
standard.
G Install: To set up for use In an operational environment such as an emplacement, site, or vehicle.
H Replace: To replace unserviceable items with serviceable assemblies, subassemblies, or parts.
I
Repair: To restore an item to serviceable condition. This includes, but is not limited to, inspection, cleaning,
preserving, adjusting, replacing, welding, riveting, and strengthening.
J Overhaul: To restore an item to a completely serviceable condition as prescribed by maintenance serviceablity
standards using the Inspect and Repair Only as Necessary (IROAN) technique.
K Rebuild: To restore an item to a standard as nearly as possible to original or new condition In appearance,
performance. and life expectancy. This is accomplished through complete disassembly of the item, inspection of all
parts or components, repair or replacement of worn or unserviceable elements (items) using original manufacturing
tolerances and specifications, and subsequent reassembly of the item.
d. Tools and Equipment, Column (4). This column is provided for referencing by code the special tools and test
equipment, (sec. III) required to perform the maintenance functions (sec. II).
e. Remarks, Column (5). This column is provided for referencing by code the remarks (sec. IV) pertinent to the
maintenance functions.
Section II. MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART
(1)
(2)
a
GROUP
NO.
FUNCTIONAL GROUP
(4)
(3)
MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS
I
N
S
P
E
C
T
b
T
E
S
T
c
S
E
R
V
I
C
E
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
A
D
J
U
S
T
A
L
I
G
N
C
A
L
I
B
R
A
T
E
I
N
S
T
A
L
L
R
E
P
L
A
C
E
R
E
P
A
I
R
O
V
E
R
H
A
U
L
R
E
B
U
I
L
D
57
SPRAY EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS
5708 Tanks, Valves, Lines, Hoses, Fittings
and Liquid Strainer
Tank assembly........................................... C.......................... 0
Control valves ............................................................................... 0
Spray bar.................................................... C.......................... 0
C-1
0
0
0
TOOLS AND
EQUIPMENT
(5)
REMARKS
TM 5-3825-217-12
APPENDIX D
REPAIR PARTS LIST
Section I. INTRODUCTION
D-1. Scope
This appendix lists repair parts required for the performance of organizational maintenance of the water distributor.
D-2. General
a. The repair parts list is arranged as follows:
(1) Individual parts and major assemblies are listed alphabetically by item name within the numbered functional
groups.
(2) Assembly components and subassemblies are indented and listed alphabetically by item name under major
assemblies.
b. This Repair Parts and Special Tools List is divided into the following sections:
(1) Prescribed Load Allowance (PLA) - Section II. A consolidated listing of repair parts quantitatively allocated for
initial stockage at the organizational level. This is a mandatory minimum stockage allowance.
(2) Special Topics, Test and Support Equipment -Section III. "NOT APPLICABLE"
(3) Repair Parts - Section IV. A list of repair parts authorized for the performance of maintenance at the
organizational level.
(4) Federal Stock Number and Reference Number Index - Section V. A list of Federal stock numbers followed by
reference numbers, appearing in all the listings, in ascending alphanumeric sequence cross-referenced to index number.
D-3. Explanation of columns
The following provides an explanation of columns in the tabular lists in sections II through V.
a. Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability Codes (SMR).
Note. Common hardware items known to be readily available in Army supply channels will be assigned Maintenance
codes only. Source codes, Recoverability codes, and Maintenance Allowances will not be assigned to this category.
(1) Source Code. Indicates the selection status and source for the listed item. Source codes used are:
Code
Explanation
P
Applied to repair parts which are stocked in or supplied from DSA/GSA or Army supply system, and
authorized for use at indicated categories.
M
Applied to repair-parts which are not procured or stocked but are to be manufactured at indicated
maintenance categories.
X1
Applied to repair parts which are not procured or stocked, the requirement for which will be supplied by
use of the next higher assembly or components.
X2
Applied to repair parts which are not stocked. The indicated maintenance category requiring such repair
parts will attempt to obtain them through cannibalization; if not obtainable through cannibalization,
such repair parts will be requisitioned with supporting justification through normal supply channels.
(2) Maintenance Code. Indicates the lowest category of maintenance authorized to install the listed item. The
maintenance level codes are:
Code
Explanation
O ................................................ Organizational maintenance
(3) Recoverability Code. Not applicable.
b. Federal Stock Number . Indicates the Federal stock number for the item.
c. Description. Indicates the Federal item name and any additional description of the item required. A part number or
other reference number is preceded by the applicable five-digit Federal supply code for manufacturers in parentheses.
d. Unit of Issue. Indicates the unit used as a basis for issue, e.g., ea, pr, ft, yd, etc.
e. Quantity incorporated in Unit Pack. Indicates the actual quantity contained in the unit pack.
f. Quantity Incorporated in Unit. Indicates the quantity of the item used in the functional group.
g. Fifteen-Day Organizational .Maintenance Allowances.
(1) The allowance columns are divided into four subcolumns. Indicated in each subcolumn opposite the first
appearance of each item is the total quantity of items authorized for the number of equipments supported. Subsequent
appearances of the same item will have no entry in the allowance columns but will have in the description column a
reference to the first appearance of the item. Items authorized for use as required but not for initial stockage are identified
with an asterisk in the allowance column.
(2) The quantitative allowances for organizational level of maintenance represents one initial prescribed load for a
15-day period for the number of equipments supported. Units and organizations authorized additional prescribed loads will
multiply the number of prescribed loads authorized by the number of prescribed loads authorized by the quantity of repair
parts reflected in the appropriate density column to obtain the total quantity of repair parts authorized.
(3) Organizational units providing maintenance for more than 100 of theses equipments shall determine the total
quantity of parts required by converting the equipment quantity to a decimal factor
D-1
by placing a decimal point before the next to last digit of the number to indicate hundredths, and multiplying the decimal
factor by the parts quantity authorized in the 51-100 allowance column. Example, authorized allowance for 51-100
equipments is 12; for 140 equipments multiply 12 by 1.40 or 16.80 rounded off to 17 parts required.
(4) Subsequent changes to allowances will be limited as follows: No change in the range of items is authorized. If
additional items are considered necessary, recommendation should be forwarded to U. S. Army Mobility Equipment
Command for exception or revision to the allowance list. Revisions to the range of items authorized will be made by this
Command based upon engineering experience, demand data, or TAERS information.
h. Illustration.
(1) Figure number. Indicates the figure number of the illustration in which the item is shown.
(2) Item number . Indicates the callout number used to reference the item in the illustration.
4. Special Information
a. Repair parts mortality has been based on 500 hours of operation per year.
b. Parts which require manufacture or assembly at a category higher than that authorized for installation will indicate in the
source column the higher category.
5. How to Locate Repair Parts
a. When Federal Stock Number or reference number is unknown:
(1) First. Using the table of contents, determine the functional group or subgroup within which the repair part belongs. This
will refer to a page in the parts listing.
(2) Second. The illustration column of the page refers to a figure number.
(3) Third. Locate the figure and identify the repair parts, noting the item number.
(4) Fourth. Refer back to the page of the parts listing. Find the item number in the illustration column that corresponds with
the figure number.
b. When Federal Stock number or reference number is known:
(1) First. Using the Index of Federal Stock Numbers and Reference Numbers, find the pertinent Federal stock number or
reference number. This index is in ascending alphanumeric sequence cross- referenced to an index number.
(2) Second. Using the Repair Part Listing, find the index number referenced in the Index of Federal Stock Numbers and
Reference Numbers.
6. Abbreviations
ft...............................feet
ea...........................each
in............................ .inch
lb .........................pound
deg..................... degree
rh ...................right hand
lg.............................long
gal........................ gallon
thd....................... thread
id........... inside diameter
od........ outside diameter
thk.......................... thick
pt..............................pint
w. ........................... wide
dia ...................diameter
7. Federal Supply Codes for Manufacturers
Code
00333.........
81336.........
89616.........
96906.........
97403.........
Maintenance
United States Rubber Co. Fuel Cell Division of Footwear and General Products Div
Chief of Engineers
United States Rubber Co.
Military Standards
Engineer Research and Development Laboratory
Section II. PRESCRIBED LOAD ALLOWANCE
Federal
stock
no.
Description
useable on code
3825-798-1134
3825-798-1144
4020-965-0378
4720-189-2787
GROUP 57 - SPRAY EQUIPMENT
5708 - TANKS, VALVES, LINES, HOSES, FITTINGS
GASKET:filler cap
REPAIR KIT, COLLAPSIBLE FABRIC TANK
GROUP 95 - GENERAL USE STANDARD PARTS
9501 - BULK MATERIAL
ROPE, NYLON
HOSE, RUBBER
D-2
Qty
inc in
unit
pack
15-day org maint.alw
(A)
(B) (C)
(D)
1-5
6-20
21-50
51-100
2
2
4
8
2
2
5
10
2
21
2
TM 5-3825-217-12
(1)
(2)
(3)
DESCRIPTION
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
00001
00001A
00001B
X20
00002
00003
00003A
X20
00004
X20
00005
P0
00005A
X20
00006
MO
00007
9905-807-3715
REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR CODE
U/I
USABLE ON CODE
SECTION IV - REPAIR PARTS FOR
ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
GROUP 22-BODY CHASSIS OR HULL AND ACCESSORY ITEMS
2210 - DATA PLATES
PLATE, IDENTIFICATION
EA
(4)
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY.
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
15-DAY ORGANIZATIONAL
MAINTENANCE ALW
(a)
(b)
1-5
6-20
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(c)
(d)
21-50
51-100
(a)
FIGURE
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
1
5310-591-6865
GROUP 57 - SPRAY EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS
5708 - TANKS, VALVES, LINES, HOSES, FITTINGS
ELBOW, REDUCING: TANK FILL, 90 DEG,
2 IN. X 1 ½ IN.
HOSE, COTTON, RUBBER LINED: TANK FILL,. DC
1 ½ IN. DIA 50 FT LG
CLAMP ASSEMBLY, SEALING
EA
1
D2
EA
1
D2
24
X20
00008
M0
00009
9520-277-4913
SPRAY BAR ASSEMBLY
(97403) D13211E4370
BRACE,SPRAY BAR: LM
(97403) 813216E8308
MANUFACTURE FROM:
ANGLE, STEEL (23 7/16 IN. REQUIRED)
EA
D2
13
X20
00010
X20
00011
9520-277-4913
BRACE SPRAY BAR: RM
(97403) B13216E8308
MANUFACTURE FROM:
ANGLE, STEEL (23 7/16 IN. REQUIRED)
D2
14
4730-249-1521
4720-289-6105
4730-231-2129
EA
1
D1
17
EA
1
D1
18
EA
1
FT
EA
1
*
*
*
SEE GPP 9501
1
FT
CAP, PIPE: SPRAY BAR END
(97403) 21NNOM
*
SEE GRP 9501
2
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
DESCRIPTION
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY.
INC
IN
UNIT
X20
00012
X20
00013
X20
00014
X20
00015
M0
00016
4730-807-5241
PO
00017
4720-189-2787
4730-277-5643
00018
X20
00019
MO
00020
P0
00021
M0
00022
P0
00023
0
00024
4710-162-1022
4710-162-1022
5310-579-1867
REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR CODE
USABLE ON CODE
CHAIN TWIST SPRAY EAR RETAINER
(97403) TYPEIGRADECCLASS5
(24 IN. LG)
CLAMP, HOSE: SPRAY OAR HOLE
(96906) MS35842-3
ELBOWMALE, FEMALE, UNION: SPRAY BAR
(97403) C13212E6904-6
ELBOW, PIPE: DRAIN
(81336) 010756-1-13
HOSE, SPRAY BAR
(97403) 2 1-21DGRADEE
MANUFACTURE FROM:
HOSE, RUBBER (20 1/2 IN. REQUIRED)
NIPPLE, PIPE: SPRAY BAR TO TANK
(97403) FCES824-22
(2 INCHES x 2 IN. LG)
NIPPLE, E5RASS: VALVE TO UNION
(97403) TYPE1
NIPPLE, PIPE: ELBOW 10 HOSE
(97403) 2INNOMTYPEI
MANUFACTURE FROM:
PIPE, STEEL: 2 IN.
(5 IN. REQUIRED FOR EACH NIPPLE)
NIPPLE, PIPE: VALVE TO ELBOW
(97403) 2INNOMTYPE I
MANUFACTURE FROM:
PIPE, STEEL: 2 IN.
(3 IN. REQUIRED)
NUT, PLAIN, HEXAGON: BRACE MTG
2
U/I
(6)
15-DAY ORGANIZATIONAL
MAINTENANCE ALW
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
1-5
6-20
21-50
51-100
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIGURE
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
EA
1
D2
22
EA
2
D2
8
EA
2
D2
18
EA
3
D2
6
EA
1
D2
7
FT
SEE GP 9501
EA
1
D2
1
EA
1
D2
3
EA
2
D2
9
D2
5
D2
2
FT
EA
SEE GRP 9501
1
FT
EA
SEE GRP 9501
4
1
2
3
Source maintenance and
recoverability
code
Page
Line
Federal
stock
No
Action
Description
4
5
6
Unit Qty
Qty
of
inc
inc
issue in unit in
pack unit
7
8
15Day
organizational
maint allowances
Illustrations
Figure
No.
1-5
D-3
00004
00004
Delete entry
Add entry
X2
X2
0
0
4730-249-1521
NONE
00005
00005
Delete entry
Add entry
X2
X2
0
0
4720-289-6105
4720-289-6103
00007
0O008
00009
00010
D6
00040
Change colm
1,add colm 2
and change
colm 3
Delete entire
entry
Change colm
1, add colm 2
and change
colm 3
Delete entire
entr
Change colm
3
ELBOW, REDUCING: * * *
ADAPTER, DOUBLE FEMALE:
tank Fill, 2 in., Straight, w/Rocker
Lugs (77357) 115-N
HOSE COTTON, RUBBER LINED
6-20 21-50 51-100
Item
or
symbol
No.
EA
1
*
*
*
*
D-l
17
*
*
*
*
D-1
EA
1
EA
1
D-2
18
.
24
P
0
3825912-3300
2 in. dia., 25 ft Ig
BRACE, SPRAY BAR: LH
X2
o
9520-277-4913
ANGLE, STEEL***
*
P
U
3825-912-3292
BRACE, SPRAY BAR: RH
EA
1
D-2
13
X2
0
9520-277-4913
ANGLE STEEL***
X2
0
NONE
VALVE, GLOBE: tank drain
(97403)
C13214E4363
EA
1
D-2
,
4
3
Page D-10. Figure D-1 is superseded as follows:
Figure D-1. Tank.
4
(1)
SMR
CODE
0
00052
0
00053
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY.
INC
IN
UNIT
5310-616-3092
5305-207-4768
00054
00055
X20
00056
0
00057
X20
00058
X20
000059
X20
00060
X20
000061
O
00062
0
00063
X20
000064
0
000065
5305-637-5884
5310-591-3416
5305-068-0505
5310-965-1803
REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR CODE
CODE
USABLE ON
NUT, LOCK: NIPPLE MTG
(97403) TYPEICLASS I
NHT, PLAIN, HEXAGON: CHAIN MTG
(96906) Ms35619-45
SCREW, MACHINE: FITTING MTG
(9906) Ms35214-16
(4-40 THO siZe, 1/2 IN. LQ)
SCREW MACHINE: CHAIN MTG
(96906) Ms35214-12
STRAINER, TANK FILL
(97403) E13214E4362
WASHER FLAT: CHAIN MTG
(969o6) HS15795-904
(.125 ID, .312 oo, .032 THR)
DRAIN ASSEMBLY
(97403) C13214E4375
BASE, DRAIN
(97403) C13214E4364
UNION, DRAINCAIDl15
(97403) 2INCHIPS
CHAIN, DRAIN PLUG: WELDLESS, FLAT LINK BRASS
(97103) TYPElICLASSlI
PLUG, DRAIN: SQUARE HEAO, 2 IN. IPS
(97403 ) TYPE1CLASS1
SCREW, CAP, HEXAGON HEIA: MANHOLE COVER MTG
(96906) tS9o726-5
(1/4-28 THO SIZE, .62 IN. LG)
TANK NYLON
(97403) l32z14E4265
WASHER, FLAT:MNANHOLE COVER MTG
(96906) ms15795-810
(.261 10, .625 00, .065 IN. THK)
5
(6)
15-DAY ORGANIZATIONAL
MAINTENANCE ALW
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
1-5
6-20
21-50
51-100
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIGURE
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
D1
10
D1
6
D1
7
EA
2
EA
3
EA
6
EA
3
EA
1
EA
1
EA
1
D1
13
EA
1
D1
16
EA
1
D1
14
EA
40
D1
11
EA
1
D1
1
EA
32
D1
12
TM 5-3825-217-12
(1)
(2)
(3)
DESCRIPTION
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
(4)
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY.
INC
IN
UNIT
U/I
O
000666
5310-827-8381
P0
000067
X1
000068
X1
00069
X1
00070
X1
00071
X1
00072
X1
00073
3825-798-1144
X1
00074
X1
00075
X1
00076
5340-591-6863
X1
00077
X1
00078
X1
00079
8020-260-1305
5310-391-686
REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR CODE
USABLE ON CODE
WASHER, LOCK: NANHOLE COVER MTG
(96906) MS35338-82
(1/4 IN. SCREW SIZE)
REPAIR KIT COI.LAPSIBLE FABRIC TANK
(89616) RK41
ACCELERATOR, RUBBER
(00333) 3259
ADHESIVE
(00333) 3289
BRUSH
(89616) RK41-2
CAN, FRICTION TOP
CEMENT, AIR CURING: 1/2 PT
(89616) RKI1-1
CHEESE CLOTH SPEC CCC-C-271
(89616) RK41-3
(26 IN. w, 6 FT LG)
CLAMP ASSEMBLY, SEALING
(89616) RK4I-8
CLAW ASSEMBLY, SEALING
(89616) RK41-9
CLOTH, COATED, MIL-D-52033
(89616) RK4 1-4
(12 IN. , 6 FT LO)
CLOTH, EMERY: 180 GRIT No. 6/o
(9 IN. w, 11 IN. LO)
GUM STRIP
(1 IN. W, 6 FT LG)
INSTRUCTIONS, REPAIR
(89616) RK41-7
6
(6)
15-DAY ORGANIZATIONAL
MAINTENANCE ALW
(c)
(d)
6-20
21-50
51-100
*
*
2
(a)
(b)
1-5
EA
8
EA
1
EA
6
EA
6
EA
1
EA
1
EA
6
EA
1
EA
2
EA
1
EA
1
SH
6
EA
1
EA
1
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
FIGURE
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
TM 5-3825-217-12
(1)
(2)
SMR
CODE
FEDERAL
STOCK
NUMBER
X1
00080
00081
00081A
X20
00082
P0
00083
P0
00084
P0
00085
5120-243-9402
(3)
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCE NUMBER & MFR CODE
U/I
USABLE ON CODE
(4)
(5)
UNIT
OF
MEAS
QTY.
INC
IN
UNIT
(6)
15-DAY ORGANIZATIONAL
MAINTENANCE ALW
(7)
ILLUSTRATION
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
1-5
6-20
21-50
51-100
9520-277-4913
ROLLER, HAND
(89616) RK41-5
EA
(2 IN. WIDE)
GROUP 95 - GENERAL USE STANDARDIZED PARTS
9501 - BULK MATERIAL
ANGLE, STEELE
FT
4720-180-2787
HOSE, RUBBER
FT
*
*
2
2
4710-162-1022
PIPE, STEEL: 2 IN
FT
*
*
*
*
4020-965-0378
ROPE, NYLON
FT
2
5
10
21
7
1
(a)
FIGURE
NO.
(b)
ITEM
NO.
Figure No. D-1 Tank
8
Figure No. D-2 Spray Bar
9
Section
STOCK NUMBER
3825-798-1134
3825-798-1144
4020-965-0378
4710-162-1022
4720-180-2787
4720-189-2787
4720-289-6105
4730-231-2429
4730-249-1521
4730-277-5643
4730-807-5241
5120-243-9402
5305-068-0505
5305-207-4768
REFERENCE NO.
B12314E4367
B13214E4362
B13214E4373
B13216E8308
V.
INDEX FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER
CROSS-REFERENCE TO INDEX NUMBER
INDEX NUMBER
00047
00067
00033
00085
00021
00023
00028
00030
00084
00083
00017
00005
00011
00004
00015
00013
00080
00063
00054
MFG CODE
97403
97403
97403
97403
C13214E4363
C13214E4364
C13214E4366
C13214E4375
C13214E6257
C13212E6904-6
CLASSB
D10756-1-13
D13214E4265
D13214E4370
D13214E6255
D13214E6256
FCE50824-22
MS15795-810
MS15795-904
MS34338-8
MS35214-12
MS35214-16
97403
97403
97403
97403
97403
97403
MS35338-6
MS35338-82
MS35649-45
96906
96906
96906
MS35690-601
MS35842-3
MS90726-5
96906
96906
96906
81336
97403
97403
97403
97403
97403
96906
96906
96906
96906
96906
STOCK NUMBER
5305-207-7468
5305-637-5884
5306-425-0469
5310-579-1867
5310-591-3416
5310-616-3092
5310-688-1601
5310-732-0558
5310-814-4594
5310-965-1803
5340-391-6864
5340-591-6863
5340-591-6865
8020-260-1305
9520-277-4913
9905-807-3715
INDEX NUMBER
00045
00056
00031
00007
00009
00040
00059
00049
00058
00048
00014
00015
00064
00006
00043
00044
00018
00065
00057
00042
00055
00035
00054
00041
00066
00026
00053
00025
00013
00063
REFERENCE NO.
RK41
RK41-1
RK41-2
RK41-3
RK41-4
RK41-5
RK41-7
RK41-8
RK41-9
TYPE1
INDEX NUMBER
00035
00055
00038
00024
00057
00053
00041
00025
00026
00065
00075
00074
00005
00070
00008
00010
00082
00002
MFG CODE
89616
89616
89616
89616
89616
89616
89616
89616
89616
97403
TYPE1CLASS1
97403
TYPE11CLASS11
TYPE11CLASS4
TYPE1GRADECCLASS5
2 1-21GRADEB
2INCHIPS
2INIPS
2INNOM
97403
97403
97403
97403
97403
97403
97403
2INNOMTYPE1
97403
3-8INCHSIZE
3256
3289
97403
00333
00333
10
INDEX NUMBER
00067
00072
00070
00073
00076
00080
00079
00074
00075
00019
00051
00052
00062
00061
00050
00012
00016
00060
00039
00011
00027
00029
00037
00020
00022
00036
00068
00069
By Order of the Secretary of the Army:
Official:
KENNETH G. WICKHAM,
Major General, United States Army,
The Adjutant General.
W. C. WESTMORELAND,
General, United States Army,
Chief of Staff.
Distribution:
To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-25, Section II, (qty rqr block no. 378) Organizational Maintenance
requirements for Distributors, Water.
*U.S. GOVERMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1969-342-016/2629
US ARMY ADJUTANT GENERAL PUBLICATIONS CENTER, ST. LOUIS, MO 1985
THE METRIC SYSTEM AND EQUIVALENTS
PIN: 005503-002
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