Operate "B" probe with kerosene.
h. Operate "A" probe with Solution A.
Operate "B" probe with Solution B.
Time flow of each solution.
k. Measure flow rate of each solution.
If solution will not flow, use probe without screen.
m. Then raise temperature to 25 F and repeat step "h" and "i" with
screen in probe.
Continue to raise temperature in 5 increments until solutions
Mix gel at best low temperature.
If gel mixes, repeat cold test per test plan at new temperature,
q. If no-gel condition arises, continue test at next highest 5
increment until gel condition Is accomplished.
4.6.9 High temperature. Place the unit in a test chamber at standard
conditions (4.3). Raise test chamber temperature to +160 3F and stabilize
unit (4.3.1). The temperature shall then be reduced to +120 3F and the
unit stabilized. The unit shall then be operated with Oaviation gasoline or
turbine fuel and Solutions A and B supplied at +120 3 F. A sample shall be
tested as specified in 4.6.3.
4.6.10 Vibration. The unit shall be mounted and vibrated (non-operating)
in accordance with the requirements specified in MIL-STD-810, Method 514.2,
Category F, with the following exceptions:
a. Unit shall be directly mounted on the vibration table without use
of shock mounts.
b. Unit shall have all hoses (input and output) removed at the quick
The cycle shall be limited to 5 to 50 Hz. The test level shall be
in accordance with MIL-STD-810, Curve VW of Figure 514.2-6 and Time Schedule
of Table 514.2-VI, Procedure VIII, Wheeled Vehicles.
The packaging shall be examined to comply
4.7 Inspection of packaging.
with Section 5.
Preservation shall be Level A (see 6.2).
5.1.1 Level A.