Acrossline for ac - Resistor for dc
Overload - under voltage (LVP).
440 volts ac, 3-phase, unless otherwise
indicated (see 6.2) (dc voltage require-
ments, if applicable, shall be as speci-
fied in the contract or order (see 6 2)).
When not covered by MIL-C-2212, frequency
will be indicated in the contract or order
(see 6 2).
When required in the contract or order
Low noise application
(See 6 2), insulation shall be class B
with class A for coils only.
Motor and controller shall permit accelera-
3.3.24 Acceleration allowance.
tion of the unloaded purifier to full operating speed in less than 3 minutes
without exceeding permissible temperature rise in any components or causing wear
due to slippage of drive
The construction shall provide the maximum accessi-
bility (within space limitations) to parts which require scheduled maintenance and
to effect repairs. Construction shall be so that the purifier car-i be opened for
cleaning and maintenance without breaking any piping connections
major operational parts shall not be necessary to permit accessibility for main-
The human engineering, considerations specified
tenance, inspection, and repair.
in MIL-STD-1472 and MIL-H-46855 shall not be degraded during detail design and
Identically identified components shall be
functionally and physically interchangeable, without degradation of performance,
reliability, or operating characteristics and without selective assembly or
Repair parts shall be
modification except for calibration and adjustment
interchangeable with, and identified identically to, the part they replace
Notwithstanding the above, parts balanced as complete assembles shall not be
exchanged without rebalancing the complete assembly.
The capacity of a purifier shall be the flowrate
3.4.1 Rated capacity
stated in table I, maintained for a period of 1 hour, during which time the
purified fluid shall show not more than O 05 percent water by volume nor more than
0.02 percent solids by volume (maximum particle size 5 micrometers.)
The purifier shall efficiently remove the water
3.4 2 Emergency capacity
from a mixture that is half oil or fuel and half water. The purified fluid shall
contain not more than 0.3 percent water by volume at 50 percent rated capacity.