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Testing - TM-5-6630-217-10_6
Test Kit for Captured Fuel TM 5 6630 217-10 INTRODUCTION Purpose and Functions The test kit for captured fuel is a compact, man-portable kit intended for use by field   soldiers   in   order   to   determine   if   a   fuel   of   opportunity   (captured   or commandeered)    is    suitable    for    use    in    diesel    or    gas    turbine    engines. Determination is by approximate measurement of Specific Gravity Viscosity, and Visual Contamination.  All tests are combined in a single tester.  The test kit is constructed  of  an  amber  transparent  plastic.    The  test  kit  is  contained  In  a plastic case which will also serve as a sample container.  Positive determination of  requires that all methods read acceptable or "GO". Capabilities The test kit will reliably and safely accept or reject a fuel of opportunity, and is designed  to  operate  under  adverse  weather  conditions,  including  rain,  dust, humidity, salt fog, solar radiation as well as temperature extremes. The  test  kit  is  designed  to  be  operated  in  any  temperature  from  49  degrees Celsius (120 degrees F.) to -31 degrees Celsius (-25 degrees F.) and should not be  damaged  (made  inoperable)  by  any  temperature  from  63  degrees  Celsius (145 degrees F.) to -33 degrees Celsius (-27 degrees F.) The    test    kit    is    designed    to    withstand    the    vibrational    stress    and    shock encountered when transported within its transit case, and is also designed to be operable  during  day  and  night  in  combat  environments  and  further  to  be  fully operable by personnel wearing Protective clothing and arctic mittens and under reduced illumination. Performance Characteristics Sample size to operate test kit is less than 300ml (10 fluids ounces). Operational  time  to  operate  test  kit  through  one  complete  cycle  at  ambient temperatures,  including:  filling,  reading  specific  gravity,  viscosity,  and  visual contamination; and then draining the kit does not exceed 10 minutes. Page 1

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