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Figure 1-1.  Location and Description of Major Components for Trailer Mounted Extinguisher Assembly
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TM-10-4210-235-13 Fire Suppression Equipment Model FSES-1 Manual
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Figure 1-2.  Location and Description of Major Components for the Auxiliary Mobile Hose Reel Cart
TM 10-4210-235-13 1. DRY  CHEMICAL  TANK.    Holds  450  pounds  (204  kilograms)  of  dry  chemical  agent  at  220-240  psi  (1518-1656 kPa) operating pressure. 2. AFFF  TANK.    Holds  100  gallons  (376  liters)   of   AFFF   mix   (water   and   AFFF   concentrate)   at   220-240   psi (15181656 kPa) operating pressure.  The tank is lined for corrosion protection and has an electric heater around it to prevent freezing. 3. CYLINDERS Assembly.  Two are provided, each pressurizes one fire-fighting agent tank.  Each cylinder contains 300 cubic feet 85 cubic meters) of nitrogen at 2400 psi (16560 kPa) when fully charged.  Quick opening lever operated valves are provided for ease of use. 4. REGULATING VALVES.  High volume pressure regulators that are preset to reduce nitrogen pressure to 220240 psi (1518-1656 kPa) working pressure. 5. BALL VALVES.  Control flow of fire-fighting agent (to pressurize tank) or nitrogen (for hose blowdown) through discharge plumbing. 6. BALL VALVES.  Control flow of nitrogen to the fire-fighting agent tank. 7. BALL VALVES.  Control flow of nitrogen to the hose lines to clean and dry them. 8. CHECK VALVES.  Prevent back-flow of the fire-fighting agents into the respective nitrogen regulators. 9. RELIEF VALVES.  Self-resetting valve set at 250 psi (1725 kPa) used to guard against over pressurization of the system. 10. HEATER ASSEMBLY.  Electric heater used to heat AFFF tank when tank temperature falls below 45°  F (7°  C). Heater is equipped with a 120 vac male power plug and cord. 11. HOSE REEL.  Used to store 150 feet (46 meters) of fire hose assembly.  Equipped with hand crank to manually rewind the hose onto the reel. 12. Hose   ASSEMBLY.      Two   one-inch   (2.5   centimeters),   non-collapsible   hoses   150   feet   (46   meters)   long   and encased in a woven polyester jacket.  Used to carry the fire-fighting agents to the discharge nozzles. 13. FIRE HOSE NOZZLE.  Used to control the flow of fire-fighting agents onto a fire and to disperse the agent in a predetermined pattern effectively for each agent. 14. SKID FRAME.  Steel frame assembly to mount and support the Fire Suppression Equipment Set components. Provides a lifting bar for lifting the set as well as a lifting eye on each corner.  Forklift channels are also provided for lifting. 15. TRAILER.    Two  wheeled  trailer  that  the  Fire  Suppression  Equipment  Set  skid  is  mounted  on  for  ease  of movement.  Equipped with individual hand parking brakes for each wheel.  An adjustable lunette is provided for towing, and tie downs are provided on each corner to secure the unit during transportation. 16. CYLINDER  VALVE.    Quick-opening  lever  operated  or  hand  wheel  operated  valve  to  allow  for  quick  and  easy opening of cylinder. 17. CRANK ASSEMBLY.  Provides means to manually rewind the fire hose assembly back onto the hose reel. 18. QUICK COUPLING HALF (Outlet).  Used to quickly and easily disconnect the fire hose assembly and connect the auxiliary mobile fire hose assembly. 19. PARKING BRAKE ASSEMBLY (EACH WHEEL).  When set, prevents the trailer from moving. 20. REWIND  BRAKE  ASSEMBLY.    An  adjustable  drag  used  to  prevent  the  hose  from  unwinding  from  hose  reel under its own weight while allowing enough slip to easily pull the hose from reel when needed. 1-4

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