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NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL (NBC) DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES
TM 10-4210-235-13 2-14.  EXTREME COLD. a. In freezing weather operation, the AFFF tank heater must be used at all times  The heater is only designed to maintain the temperature of the AFFF chemical agent above freezing in temperatures down to -40°  F (-40 C) b. The nitrogen cylinder pressure is affected by temperature changes  See table 2-6 for recommended operating pressures at various temperatures. 2-15.  SALT AIR OR SEA SPRAY Salt  presents  a  serious  corrosion  problem  and  all  equipment  coming  in  contact  with  salt  water  or  salt  fog  should  be flushed or sponged with fresh clean water as soon as possible then dried thoroughly. 2-16.  DUSTY OR SANDY ENVIRONMENT. In desert regions, protection should be provided to shield the Fire Suppression Equipment Set from blowing sand. 2-17.  EMERGENCY PROCEDURES. If either the AFFF or dry chemical system fails to operate or becomes inoperative dunng operation, the remaining system may be used to extinguish the fire.  The systems operate completely independent of each other. 2-54

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