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How far shall all ignition sources be kept from designated servicing areas and tank farms?

50ft
pg. 2-1

1

What is JP-5 NATO code?

F-44, flashpoint of 140F
pg. 2-1

2

What is JP8, JET A NATO code?

F-34, Flash point of 100F
pg. 2-1

3

No other fuel grades can be used without prior approval from who?

CG-41
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4

What aviation turbine fuels CARRY A HEALTH HAZARD FOR DETECTABLE AMOUNTS OF CHEMICALS LIKE BENZINE, WHICH ARE KNOWN TO CAUSE CANCER, BIRTH DEFECTS, AND OTHER REPRODUCTIVE
HARM?

JP4, JET A and JET B
pg. 2-1

5

What is the only aviation fuel authorized for use aboard cutters?

JP5
pg. 2-2

6

What are the 4 major classification of contaminants?

Particulates, Water, Microbes and Surfactants
pg. 2-2

7

Contamination removal from _______ is more difficult because of its higher viscosity and density.

JP5
pg. 2-2

8

What fuel can be used as a replacement when JP-5 is not readily available?

JET A
pg. 2-2

9

What is the maximum acceptable level of particulate contamination?

1.0ml
pg. 2-3

10

What are particulates?

Solid contaminants that will not dissolve in fuel
pg. 2-3

11

What are the most common particulates?

iron, rust, scale, sand and dirt
pg. 2-3

12

What is the limit of water in aircraft turbine fuel?

10ppm
pg. 2-3

13

What is considered Dissolved Water?

Is essentially humidity in fuel
pg. 2-3

14

What is Entrained Water?

Water suspended in tiny droplets in the fuel
pg. 2-3

15

Large slugs of free water can cause?

engine flameout
pg. 2-3

16

What are Microbes?

Microscopic growths
pg. 2-4

17

A simple and effective method to prevent or retard microbe growth is to do what?

Eliminate water
pg. 2-4

18

What are Surfactants?

Soap or detergent like materiels that occur naturally in fuel
pg. 2-4

19

At a minimum, airstation fuel farms should store how much fuel?

enough for a 7 day period
pg. 3-1

20

When shall fuel samples be taken for Truck Tanks?

Monthly
pg. 3-4

21

To ensure proper testing, allow the fuel carrier tanker truck to sit stationary at the unloading point for how long?

5 minutes to allow water and particulate to settle
pg. 3-6

22

To ensure proper testing, allow tanker rail cars to sit stationary at the unloading point for how long?

30 minutes to allow water and particulate to settle
pg. 3-6

23

If the product is not procured via Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) or Defense Energy Support Contract (DESC) and delivered via over the road tank vehicles, what should be done?

Flashpoint testing to ensure the correct fuel has been delivered.
pg. 3-6

24

Who will retain fuel delivery documentation and for how long they will be kept?

QA and kept for 1 year
pg. 3-6

25

What type of tire should a Refueler truck have?

non-FOD type with wide lug
pg. 4-2

26

The exhaust of all engines shall be equipped with what?

Suitable spark arrestor
pg. 4-2

27

What is the fueling pressure for MH-65?

55 PSIG
pg. 4-6

28

What is the fueling pressuer for MH-60?

55 PSIG
pg. 4-6

29

What is the fueling pressure for HU-25?

50 PSIG
pg. 4-6