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Table 2-2..  Nitrogen Pressure Regulator Temperature vs.  Pressure Corrections - TM-5-4210-218-13P_44
TM 5-4210-218-13&P d. Carefully  place  empty  fire  extinguisher  cylinder  upright  onto  the  agitator  bracket,  secure  with  straps.    Lower agitator bracket to rest on scale platform. WARNING The fire extinguisher must have a safety control valve attached. e. Verify that the safety control valve (item 2, Appendix D) is in the SET position and attach it to the 3/8-18 NPSM fill/discharge valve on the fire extinguisher cylinder. f. Connect the Bradley adapter to the safety control valve on the fire extinguisher cylinder. NOTE If fire extinguisher is not marked with the maximum capacity, it is the responsibility of the user to obtain the information relating to their extinguisher. g. Check  the  maximum  pounds  capacity  of  the  fire  extinguisher  cylinder  being  charged.    Capacities  should  be marked on cylinder.  Subtract 0.5 pound.  The result is the amount of Halon to be put in the cylinder. h. Open the valve on the fire  extinguisher  cylinder  by  slowly  rotating  the  safety  control  valve  counterclockwise  and place agitator bracket in lower position, resting on scale platform. i. Open the valve on the Halon cylinder. j. Open the ball valve on the Halon hose. k. Adjust the scale to 0 lb.  using tare knob on top of scale dial. I. Open the ball valve on the extinguisher hose. NOTE Do  not  exceed  the  maximum  pounds  capacity  for  the  fire  extinguisher  cylinder. Different cylinders have different capacities. m. Place the UNIT OPERATION valve in the CHARGE position. n. Place HALON/NITROGEN valve in the HALON position. NOTE With  a  fully  charged   Halon   cylinder   the   extinguisher   cylinder   capacity   may   be reached without pumping.  Watch scale carefully when allowing free flow of Halon. o. Check scale for pounds of Halon flowing into fire extinguisher cylinder.  Fill extinguisher with the amount of Halon calculated   in   step   g.      The   remaining   Halon   will   be   forced   from   the   hose   to   the   extinguisher   with   nitrogen pressurization. NOTE For the next step you will be stopping the pump after each stroke to read the scale. Keep your hand on the PUMP control valve for quick stopping to avoid overcharge. 2-26

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