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TM-55-1925-292-14-P Firefighting Fire Alarm and Fire Suppression Systems Inland and Coastal Large TUG (LT) Manual
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FIRE ALARM PULL STATION
TM 55-1925-292-14&P
0004 00
Table 4. Hold Level General Arrangement (refer to figure 4)
Key
Control/Indicator
Function
1
Ionization Smoke Detectors
These detectors sense the presence of smoke in the protected
spaces.
2
FM-200 Amber Strobe Light
This light is activated by pressure switch PS-1 and indicates
that the FM-200 system will be activated within 60 seconds.
3
Engine Room Water
These heads supplement the FM-200 system. They act to cool
Washdown System
the protected spaces to lessen the production of Hydrogen Fluoride
Sprinkler Heads
(HF) gas during FM-200 system operation.
4
FM-200 Warning Horn
This horn is activated by pressure switch PS-1A and indicates
that the FM-200 system will be activated within 60 seconds.
5
Fire Alarm Pull Station
This provides the crew with the means to manually activate the
(refer to table 5)
fire alarm system.
6
Fire Station 2 Cutoff Valve
This valve controls the raw water supply to fire station 2.
7
Alarm Bell
The bell provides an independent audible indication of a fire
alarm condition.
8
Fire and Smoke Detection
This panel controls and provides power to the components of
System Panel
the fire alarm system. The panel also alerts the crew to any
(refer to table 9)
faults in the system. The panel contains indicators that
illuminate during specific conditions.
9
AFFF Pump Motor Controller
This provides the switches and indicators necessary to control
(refer to table 10)
power to the AFFF pump.
10
FM-13, F.F. TO F.M. CRSVR
This valve allows the diesel engine-driven firefighting pump to
Valve
supply the fire main with raw water.
11
AFFF Pump Discharge
The gauge indicates the discharge pressure of the AFFF pump.
Pressure Gauge
12
AFFF Pump Discharge
This pump provides AFFF concentrate to the fire monitors.
13
Fire Station 3 Cutoff Valve
This valve controls the raw water supply to fire station 3.
14
Diesel Engine-Driven
This pump is the primary source of raw water for the vessel's
Firefighting Pump
fire monitors.
15
FM-200 Overhead Discharge
These nozzles deliver the FM-200 agent to the upper areas of
Nozzles
AMS 1 and the engine room.
16
Local FM-200 Actuation
This provides the crew with the means to locally actuate the
Station (refer to table 8)
FM-200 fire suppression system, and to manually override the
60-second time delay.
17
Fire Station 1 Cutoff Valve
This valve controls the raw water supply to fire station 1.
18
FM-200 600 lb Cylinder
This cylinder stores the FM-200 agent.
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