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What are the normal levels of pryst?

.10-.15%

below .07 CO must be notified. .03% is the minimum allowed for CG aircraft

1

How much does pryst lower the flashpoint of JP-5?

4 degrees fahrenheit

2

JP-4 flashpoint

below 0 fht

F-44

3

JP-5 flash

140 f

f-44 only fuel allowed on cutters

4

JP-8 flash

100 f

f-34

5

Jet A flash

100 F

F-34

6

JET A-1 flash

100 F

F-35

7

JET B flash

0 F

N/A

8

What is the maximum amount of water allowed in a/c fuel.

10 ppm

9

What is the maximum amount of particulates allowed in fuel

2 mg/l but if 1 mg/l is found action must be taken

10

Who is responsible for the units spill prevention and control measures

CO

11

What is the wind limit when fueling

fueling shall not be conducted in 50 knot winds

12

When shall fueling not be allowed because of a storm

shall not when lightning within 5 nautical miles of fueling station

13

How many and what kind of fire extinguishers should be present when refueling

minimum of 01 125/150LB PKP

14

How much resistance will static bonding have

no less than 10,000 ohms

15

How close shall refuelers be

parked 10 ft from blades

shall be within 25 ft from fuel port or vents or be backed near an a/c

16

Fuel pressures

HU-25 50PSI
HC-144 50 PSI
MH-65 55PSI
MH-60 55PSI
HC-130 60PSI

17

How much fuel should be taken for fuel samples

sample bottle shall be one quart
sample should be within 1/2 in of cap line, approx 01 pint

18

Fuel Sample rules

no smoking, open flames, spark, flame producing items, or radio transmissions within 50 ft

19

How long must aircraft settle prior to sampling

must settle for 30 min prior to sampling

20

How much fuel should be drained prior to sampling

02 quarts

21

What must be done to static electricity prior to fueling

it must be eliminated or equalized during fueling operation

22

How many people are required for a fueling operation

A minimum of 2

23

Cold refueling

no radar and hf radios shall be operated in transmit mode 300 ft

24

Hot refueling

Not within 100 ft of any building unless under waiver
Not within 100 ft of a parked a/c
Not within 200 ft of new construction, obstructions moved outside of 200 ft, and no storing equipment outside existing structures within 200 ft

PG 85-00-110A p. 2-30

25

What materials shall not be used for fuel piping systems

GALVANIZED materials- copper alloys, cadmium plating, or plastic material

26

2 methods for removing particulates from fuel

1. wait 2 hours to allow solids to settle before withdrawing from tanks
2. recirculate through filters and separators

27

Icing inhibitor

The normal level of FSII in the
fuel is 0.07 to 0.15% by volume. The only material currently authorized for use is
Di-Ethylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether (DiEGME).
b. FSII lowers the freezing point of free water in the fuel of the aircraft

it also restricts bacterial growth

28

What is the fueling process guide?

CGTO PG 85-00-170-A

29

Who can grant waiver for hot refueling when an air station cannot meet the PG-170 guidelines

CG-41

CGTO PG 85-00-170-A p. 8-8 NOTE

30

Who reviews the air station hot refuel instructions

LCI team

CGTO PG 85-00-170-A p. 8-7 Note

31

What is the minimum personnel requirement for over the wing refueling

2

PG 85-00-170A p.8-5