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MIL-P-85315
4.6.3 Pressure Loss - With the motive flow zero  (nozzle port blocked), fuel
shall be drawn through the idle ejector by auxiliary means at flow from O to
rated flow in kilograms per second.
4.6.4 Pump Down - The pump down level shall be no more than
meters above
the suction inlet.
4.6.5
Altitude - The ejector shall conform to the altitude climb curves as
specified by the airframe manufacturer for the aircraft requirements and shall
be within the minimum requirements of the altitude climb curves as shown in
Figure 5.
All altitude climb tests shall be conducted with fuels conforming
either to MIL-G-5572 or MIL-T-5624, as applicable.
4.6.8 Vibration -
(The Contractor shall specify the procedures used in vibra-
tion testing).
5.0 PREPARATION FOR DELIVERY
5.1 The preparation for delivery shall be in accordance with (this specifica-
tion no.)
6.0 NOTES
6.1 Intended Use - (The Contractor shall give a brief description of the intend-
ed application of the ejector in the aircraft).
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