(2) Roll out one or more lengths of discharge hose (5) and connect the pressure control valve (6) between
the filter/separator (2) and the discharge hose. Connect the hose through an elbow coupler valve (7) to
the 500-gallon (1892.5 liter) drum (8).
Refer to TM 10-8110-201-14&P for operation of the pressure control valve.
(3) Secure all grounding cables (10) to ground rod (11) before starting a filling operation.
(4) Prime the pump and start the engine (para. 2-4).
(5) When fuel transfer operation is completed, stop the engine (para. 2-4).
c. Fuel Sampling. The water detector kit adapter contains a sampling probe which extends into the fuel flowing
from the filter/separator outlet fitting. The Test Kit, Automotive and Aviation Fuels for Water and Solid Contamination
(NSN 6640-00-244-9478) is attached to the adapter sampling probe. Install the adapter as follows:
The Fuel Contamination Test Kit is not furnished with the FARE but is authorized to
be used with it.
(1) Referring to figure 1-4, look at the arrow on the hexagon nut to make certain the bevel on the probe
faces into the fuel flow. The arrow should point in the direction of flow.
(2) Remove the dust cap from the filter/separator outlet coupling (see figure 1-3).
(3) Remove the dust plug from the adapter.
(4) Install, or make certain, that the gasket has been installed in the female coupling (figure 1 -4) and attach
the adapter to the filter/separator outlet coupling.
2-13. Preparation for Movement.
a. Stop the gasoline engine (para 2-4).
b. Close elbow coupling valve (1, figure 2-4) attached to the fuel tank.
Do not smoke in area.
c. Open vent valve in filter/separator assembly cover and open the drain valve. Drain the filter/separator vessel
of all water and fuel (refer to TM 5-4330-217-12&P).
d. Disconnect all suction hoses and fittings, allow fuel to drain into a proper container, then cap or plug all open
fittings and suction hoses.