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Figure  3-8.  Major  Breaks  and  Ruptures,  Repair  (Models  ADC-1200  and   1461)  (Sheet  1  of  2)
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Figure   3-8.1.   Hose   to   Hose   Adapter
T M    1 0 - 3 8 3 5 - 2 1 9 - 1 4 (j) Apply   a   second   coat   of   rubber   cement   to   cut   (exposed)   edge   of   hose. (k) Repeat   steps   (f)   through   (j)   on   remaining   hose   end. NOTE Lay   line   must   run   straight   the   entire   length   of   each   500-foot   hose   section. (l) If   damaged   area   in   (c)   was   small,   couple   adapter   together   using   either   a   pipe   coupling clamp   (paragraph   2-6,   step   c)   or   a   coupling   ring   (paragraph   2-13).   Use   lay   line   to   align hose   before   securing   coupling. (m)   If   the   damage   area   removed   is   large,   insert   a   new   section   of   hose   into   hoseline. (n)   Check   hose   for   leaks. (o) If   check   indicates   that   there   are   no   leaks   present,   return   hose   for   service,   if   hose continues   to   leak   during   check,   replace   hose. (2.1)  Major   breaks   and  ruptures   (Model   FIHK-100)   (figure   3-8.1) (a) Install  hose  clamps  (1  and  2)  about  3-feet  upline  and  downline  from  damaged  section  of hose (3). Tighten hose clamps until hose is pinched closed. CAUTION To   ensure   hose   does   not   leak   after   repair,   mark   and   cut   hose   squarely. Do   not   leave   ragged   or   uneven   edges. (b) (c) (d) l l (e) (f) (9) Cut   out   damaged   section   of   hose   (3)   with   knife.   If   leak   is   caused   by   a   small   puncture,   cut hose   at   puncture. Drain   hose   ends   into   suitable   container   and   wipe   ends   dry. Inspect   inside   of   hose   ends   (4   and   6)   for   damage.   Cut   hose   ends   back   again,   as   required, to   ensure   all   damaged   hose   material   is   removed. WARNINGS Potential    health    hazards    result    from    inhalation    of    petroleum    solvent vapors   and   contact   of   solvent   with   skin.   Use   rubber   gloves   and   hand cream   for   protection,   and   work   in   well   ventilated   area. Dry   cleaning   solvent   used   to   clean   parts   is   potentially   dangerous to   personnel   and   property.   Avoid   repeated   and   prolonged   contact. Do   not   use   near   open   flame   or   excessive   heat.   Flash   point   of solvent   is   100º   F-138º   F   (38ºC--60ºC). Using   wiping   rag   and   dry   cleaning   solvent,   wipe   inside   of   both   hose   ends   (3   and   4).   Reach back   at   least   6-inches   inside   hose   ends.   Dry   hose   ends   thoroughly   with   dry   wiping   rag. Remove   two   clamp   sections   (7)   from   adapter   (5). Apply   rubber   cement   to   cut   (raw)   area   of   hose   end   (4). Change 1 3-12.1

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