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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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3.8.9.5 Hose reel shutoff valve. A shutoff valve shall be located immediately upstream
of the hose reel. The shutoff valve shall be pneumatically controlled from the pumping system
control panel. The valve shall open when the control is placed in the "ON" position and shall
remain closed (pressure-tight) at all other times.
3.8.10 Type III data plates. In addition to the basic plates required in 3.5.25 through
3.5.25.3, type III truck shall have filter element and contamination monitor change criteria data
plates. The plates shall conform to 3.5.25.
3.8.10.1 Filter/separator element change criteria data plate. An element change criteria
data plate shall be mounted adjacent to the filter/separator pressure gage specified in 3.8.6.6.
The data plate shall be entitled "FILTER/SEPARATOR ELEMENT CHANGE CRITERIA."
The plate shall indicate that the elements shall be changed at 20 psi pressure differential, every
2 years, or when the contamination monitor triggers (shuts off the flow), whichever occurs first.
3.8.10.2 Contamination monitor element change criteria data plate. A data plate, similar
to the plate described in 3.8.10.1, shall be provided. The data plate shall be entitled
"CONTAMINATION MONITOR ELEMENT CHANGE CRITERIA" and shall describe the
criteria for changing of the contamination monitor elements. The plate shall be located in close
proximity to the filter/separator pressure gage specified in 3.8.6.6.
3.9 Type IV tank body (aircraft dual fuel servicing). The type IV tank body shall be a
two-compartment type with dual loading and dispensing systems. The tank and each tank
compartment shall conform to the basic body requirements specified in 3.5 through 3.5.25.3 and
to the aircraft dual fuel servicing requirements specified in 3.9.1 through 3.9.11. Where the
requirements herein conflict with NFPA No. 407, the NFPA No. 407 requirements shall take
precedence.
3.9.1 Type IV two-compartment tank. Type IV vehicles shall be furnished with a
two-compartment tank. Each compartment of the tank shall have a capacity equal to 50 percent
of the specified tank capacity plus 3 percent for expansion. The compartments shall be separated
by bulkheads providing an air space between the two compartments. The air space shall be
vented. A drain shall also be provided. The drain opening shall be not less than 0.5 inch in
diameter. Venting and drainage shall be in accordance with 49 CFR, section 178.340. The
bulkheads between the compartments shall be uniformly dished and uniformly flanged to provide
structural strength for hydraulic pressure and surge and shall conform to 3.5.5.
3.9.2 Type IV dual suction stubs. Two suction stubs shall be provided, each in
accordance with 3.5.21 and 3.5.21.1.
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