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Figure 1-1.  Recovery I Recharger Unit, Major Components
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LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS - TM-5-4210-218-13P_14
TM 5-4210-218-13&P SECTION II.  EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA 1-10 EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES.  AND FEATURES. 1-10.1 Characteristics. PORTABLE Used in the field or an indoor area with proper ventilation. OPERATES OVER WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE Operating range from + 20°F to + 100°F (-7°C to +38°C). COMPLETE Requires only Halon supply, nitrogen supply, a recovery cylinder and a continuous compressed air supply for operation. 1-10.2 Capabilities and Features. Recovers Halon and nitrogen from fully or partially charged extinguishers and transfers it to a recovery cylinder. Charges a typical 5 lb.  or 7 lb.  (2.3 Kg or 3.2 Kg) capacity fire extinguisher in 10 minutes or less when the ambient air temperature is between +20°F and + 100°F (-7°C and +38°C). Provides a tilt rack to invert the Halon supply cylinder. Provides a hoist capable of lifting 600 lb.  (272 Kg). Provides a platform type scale with scale range to 100 lb.  (45 Kg) in 4 oz (0.11 Kg) increments for accurate weighing of fire extinguishers. Provides a temperature gage with scale range from -20°F to + 120°F (-29°C to +49°C) for accurate nitrogen pressurization of extinguishers over the operating temperature range. 1-11 LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS. Major components of the recharger are illustrated in Figure 1-1 and described below.  Reference numbers listed below are keyed to the appropriate assembly illustration in Figure 1-1. 1-11.1   Hoist Winch Assembly (1).  Provides a crank operated winch for lifting and placing the Halon cylinder on the tilt rack assembly (11) and the nitrogen cylinder on the base assembly (10). 1-11.2   Nitrogen Regulator and Hose (2).  Controls the discharge pressure from the nitrogen cylinder and directs the flow of nitrogen to the appropriate valves on the control panel (8). 1-11.3   Scale Assembly (3).  Consists of an indicator dial, column, temperature gauge, leveling device and scale platform. The dial indicates the weight of the fire extinguisher being filled.  The dial may be set to zero, using the tare knob on top of dial, when the empty fire extinguisher is placed on the scale.  The leveling device is used to position the scale as level as possible in the scale frame (5). 1-11.4   Extinguisher Hose Assembly (4).  Connects the control panel to the extinguisher to allow transfer of Halon and nitrogen from and to the extinguisher.  Has valve to allow isolation of the extinguisher 1-11.5   Scale  Frame  Assembly  (5).    Consists  of  an  aluminum  frame  which  supports  the  scale  assembly  (3),  and adjustable (high-low position) fire extinguisher agitator bracket, and provides a frame to support the hoist winch assembly (1) and nitrogen and recovery cylinders.  The agitator bracket consists of a base for 1-4

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