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Trucks, Tank: Fuel Servicing and Aircraft Fuel Servicing, 1,000 to 4,000 Gallon Diesel and Gasoline Engine Driven
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alphabetical system of identification keyed to the schematic and an indication of the relative
position of the lever or control handle, such as "ON" or "OFF."
3.5.25.1 Operating instructions. Operating instructions shall be clearly and concisely
stated. All designations used in the operating instructions shall be the same as shown on the
schematic diagrams. Operations which affect safety of the pumping system shall be listed under
the title "CAUTION" at the top of the plate. Operations which affect safety of the operator shall
be listed under the title "WARNING" at the top of the plate. The words "CAUTION" and
"WARNING" shall be larger than the operational instructions. Specific instructions shall be
listed separately for each pumping system operating mode, with the pumping system mode as the
title for the various sections on the plate. For types I through IV, at least the following notices
shall be included: "WARNING: AUTOMATIC FLOW CONTROL VALVE CONTROL
MUST BE IN CLOSED POSITION WHEN BOTTOM LOADING," and "WARNING: DO
NOT LOAD AT RATES IN EXCESS OF 600 GPM WITHOUT OPENING MANHOLE."
3.5.25.2 Schematic diagrams. Schematic diagrams of the piping, including the bottom
loading system, pneumatic control system (if required), and electrical system shall be provided.
Each valve, switch, and other pertinent component on the diagram shall be properly identified to
correspond to the markings on like parts of the truck. Valves that are normally closed or
normally open shall be identified as to their normal mode.
3.5.25.3 Fuel load chart. A chart in the form of a plate shall be provided for converting
inches of fuel depth in the tank to gallons of fuel. The chart shall include tabulated data for
compensating the depth measured at various temperatures to gallons of various fuels at a
standard temperature of 60 F.
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3.6 Type I tank body (fuel servicing). Type I tank body shall be a single compartment
type with both forced discharge and gravity discharge capability. Top and bottom loading
systems, single hose reel dispensing system, and metered delivery shall be provided. In addition
to the requirements of 3.5 through 3.5.25.3, type I tank body shall be furnished with the
additional equipment specified in 3.6.1 through 3.6.5. When specified for type I (see 6.2), a
filter/separator package shall be installed conforming to 3.8.6 through 3.8.6.6, 3.8.10 and
3.8.10.1. Filter/separator check valves in accordance with 3.8.5.3 and a relaxation chamber in
accordance with 3.5.24 shall be provided when a filter/separator package is furnished.
3.6.1 Type I dispensing hose reel. A manual hose reel shall be provided. A crank shall
be provided for hand rewind of the winding mechanism. Rollers shall be provided to prevent
damage to the hose when a bottom winding type reel is furnished. The hose reel shall be of
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