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PREPARATION FOR RESHIPMENT Test    kits    may    be    reshipped    in    the    original    containers    supplied    by    the manufacturer,   they   are   packed   20   to   a   style   I   overseas   type   wooden   box conforming   to   PPP-B-636   minimum   grade   W5c,   style   FPF.   No   special preparation is required for reshipment as originally packaged. If   repackaging   the   kit,   no   special   disassembly   or   component   packaging   is required.  The kit is shipped as a unit with exterior packaging as in the original The tester and instruction card are secured inside the transit case which should be   latched   shut.   The   kit   shall   then   be   completely   wrapped   in   cushioning material conforming to PPP-C-1799, type I, 3/32 inches thick and held in peace with  pressure  sensitive  tape  conforming  to  MIL-T-22085,  type  II  or  equivalent The wrapped kit shall then be placed in a snug fitting fibreboard box conforming to PPP-B 636, minimum grade W5c, style FPF, before repacking In the wooden boxes.  Shipping cases and boxes in good condition may be reused. STORAGE The    captured    fuel    test    kit    is    packaged    for    indoor    storage    and    storage temperatures  must  not  exceed  63  degrees  C  (145  degrees  F)  or  fall  below minus 33 degrees C (minus 27 degrees F).  The facilities should be dry with no special ventilation required. Page 10 - TM-5-6630-217-10_14
Test Kit for Captured Fuel TM 5 6630 217-10 If   the   density   indicator   remains   suspended   above   the   GO/NOGO   line,   the second  test  is  rated  "GO"  or  acceptable  and  the  operator  proceeds  with  the testing. The third test is for viscosity and is a comparative measurement.  Three parallel viscosity  measuring  tubes  are  utilized  wherein  a  column  of  liquid  falls  slowly down the length of each tube.  The rate of fall is proportional to the viscosity of the fluid in the tube.  The three tubes in their containers are numbered 1, 2 & 3 from  left  to  right  facing  the  operator.    Containers  1  &  3  have  fuel  samples  of known  viscosity  sealed  in  with  an  inert  atmosphere.    To  accomplish  this  test, remove  instruction  card,  place  test  kit  on  back  (card  holder  down)  on  level surface.  Allow tubes in chambers 1, 2, & 3 to fill and lose bubbles.  Raise test kit to upright position (caps down) and observe fall of fluid in tubes. The  three  columns  of  fluid  in  the  tubes  will  instantly  begin  to  fall  at  rates proportionate to the viscosity of the fluids.  If the columns fall in order 1, 2, 3 this   indicates   that   the   viscosity   of   the   fuel   being   tested   (column   #2)   falls between the viscosities of the sample fluids In columns 1 and 3, and is therefore acceptable or 'GO..  If fluids fall in any order except 1, 2, 3; reject fuel. The "fuel of opportunity" is considered suitable for diesel or gas turbine engines only if all three tests have given "GO" readings. Visual “GO”.  - Specific Gravity “GO”.  - Viscosity “GO”. Cleaning After fuel testing procedures are completed, remove remaining fuel residue from transit case with a clean, dry, lint tree cloth before storing test kit. Page 9

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