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Figure 6-22.  Safety Wire Applications
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Figure 6-23.  Safety Wire Installation
TM 9-254 6-11. Safety Wiring Procedures - Continued (9) Use  single  safety  wire  (fig.  6-22)  for  emergency  equipment.    When  used  on  emergency  equipment, safety wire must perform its function of  preventing  parts  from  moving  or  separating  and  must  also  be capable of being broken easily when the equipment is needed.  Examples of such usage are emergency exits, emergency air brake levers, fire extinguishers, and snap slides.  Table 6-2 lists the types of safety wire and their uses. Table 6-2. Safetywire Safety wire Identification Specification Use Material Diameter No. Nick-Chromium- 0.032 MS20995N32 QQ-W-390 General purpose, Iron Alloy Condition A storage, bolts, nuts, drain plugs and cocks, cable stops in tempera- tures above 450°F, corrosive areas, and electrical equipment. Nick-Chromium- 0.020 MS20995N20 QQ-W-390 Turnbuckles: up to Iron Alloy 1/16 of an inch diameter cable, 3/32 of an inch to 5/32 of an inch diameter cable, 5/32 of an inch diameter, or larger, cable. Corrosion 0.047 MS20995N47 QQ-W-423 Special high- resistant Condition A strength appli- steel Type 302 cations. Bare 0.020 MS20995CU20 QQ-W-343 Emergency parts, copper exits, air brake levers, and fire extinguishers. b. Safety Wire Installation.  The following is a recommended procedure for installing safety wire. 6-18

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