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SECTION II.  EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA - TM-5-4210-218-13P_13
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LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS (cont)
TM 5-4210-218-13&P mounting  extinguisher  adapter,  an  upright  mounting  two  cylinder  supports  and  two  adjustable  straps,  used  to  hold  the extinguisher    securely    during    recovery    operations,    charging    operations    and    manual    agitation    following    nitrogen pressurization. 1-11.6    Transfer Pump Unit (6).  Consists of an air motor driven pump unit for the transfer of liquids or vapors in particular Halon and nitrogen.  Requires air supply not to exceed 175 psi.  Nominal pump output at 100 psi / 50 cfm air drive and two stage operation is 2 gpm. 1-11.7    Tool Box (7).  Provides for convenient storage of tools, expendable materials, and accessories. The tool box lid is hinged and provided with wing turn latches for secure closure.  The tool box is not attached to the base assembly (10). 1-11.8    Control  Panel  (8).    Provides  mounting  for  the  control  valves  and  gauges  necessary  to  operate  the  pump  and control and direct the flow of Halon and nitrogen in the recovery and charging process. 1-11.9    Halon  Hose  Assembly  (9).    Connects  the  Halon  cylinder  to  appropriate  valve  on  the  control  panel  (8)  for  the transfer of Halon to the extinguisher during charging operations.  Also used to connect to recovery cylinder during recovery operations.    Has  valve  to  allow  isolation  of  either  the  Halon  or  recovery  cylinder  and  an  adapter,  with  gauge  to  monitor input pressure to the recovery cylinder. 1-11.10 Base Assembly (10).  Provides a portable mounting surface for the recharger.  The base  is  raised  from  the floor by support channels to facilitate lifting by forklift.  Rings are provided at each corner for attachment of chains, cables, etc. 1-11.11 Tilt Rack Assembly (11).  Consists of a channel, bar, bearing, and frame.  The Halon cylinder is initially placed upright and secured by straps on the channel, then inverted by rotation of the channel around a bearing mounted bar.  The Halon bottle must be inverted for liquid to be pumped to the fire extinguisher. 1-11.12 Cover (12).  Provides limited access plus protection from the environment when the recharger is not in use. Two adjustable straps are provided to secure the cover. 1-12 EQUIPMENT DATA. Performance data and dimensions for each major Recovery / Recharger Unit component are listed below. Reference the manual Table of Contents to locate an illustrated parts list for each assembly. a. Hoist Winch Assembly. Rated Lift 600 lb.  (272 Kg) Drum Cable Storage 60 ft (18 m) maximum; 5 ft (1.5 m) supplied Brake Type Single disc, automatic b. Scale Assembly. Scale Type Platform Scale Range 100 lb.  (45 Kg) in 0.25 lb.  (0.11 Kg) increments c. Scale Frame Assembly. Length 43.0 in (109.2 cm) Width 16.0 in (40.6 cm) Height 40.6 in (103.1 cm) 1-5

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