Unit Review Exercise 2F051 Volume IV
4,500 gallons.
5,000 gallons
5,500 gallons.
6,000 gallons
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JP-5.
JP-8.
Diesel.
MOGAS.
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110 AC, 10-ampere outside power supply.
110 AC, 20-ampere outside power supply.
220 AC, 10-ampere outside power supply.
220 AC, 20-ampere outside power supply.
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Air into the hose to prevent vapor lock.
The hose reel and piping to be defueled.
The easy removal of the nozzle from the aircraft receptacle.
The nozzle to be removed from the hose without any spillage.
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Defuel.
Low-flow.
High-flow.
Single point.
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60 and 135 psi.
60 and 150 psi.
90 and 135 psi.
90 and 150 psi.
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9,999
99,999
999,999
9,999,999
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1.
3.
5.
7.
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30Â°F.
32Â°F.
40Â°F.
42Â°F.
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25Â°C.
32Â°C.
40Â°F.
45Â°F.
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D.
L.
2.
1.
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15 psi.
20 psi.
25psi.
30psi.
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600 +/- 50 rpm.
800 +/- 50 rpm.
1,000 +/- 50 rpm.
1,800 +/- 50 rpm.
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300 gpm.
450 gpm.
600 gpm.
750 gpm.
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600 gpm.
750 gpm.
1,000 gpm.
1,200 gpm.
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300 gpm.
600 gpm.
900 gpm.
1,200 gpm.
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15 psi.
45 psi.
55 psi.
90 psi.
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Drain the condensation.
Replace the air filter element.
Nothing because this is normal.
Annotate the discrepancy on the AF Form 1807.
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25 psi.
35 psi.
45 psi.
55 psi.
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600 gpm.
750 gpm.
1,000 gpm.
1,200 gpm.
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4 seconds.
5 seconds.
8 seconds.
10 seconds.
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Differential pressure gauge.
Defuel pump pressure gauge.
Secondary air pressure gauge.
Hydrant discharge pressure gauge.
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45 psi.
50 psi.
55 psi.
60 psi.
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50 psi.
50 +/- 5 psi.
90 psi.
90 +/- 5 psi.
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600 gpm.
750 gpm.
1,000 gpm.
1,200 gpm.
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30 seconds.
60 seconds.
90 seconds.
120 seconds.
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65 percent.
70 percent.
75 percent.
80 percent.
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Pressure of the fuel at the pump outlet.
Air pressure supplied to the type III hydrant outlet.
Fuel pressure entering the unit through the hydrant coupler.
Combined precharge pressure within the surge suppressors.
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OKAY TO PUMP.
PUMP ENGAGED.
SUMP TANK FULL.
THROTTLE READY.
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45 psi.
55 +/- 5 psi.
65 +/- 5 psi.
90 psi.
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45 psi.
55 psi.
75 psi.
90 psi.
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Every 30 seconds.
Every 60 seconds.
Every 90 seconds.
Every 120 seconds.
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Prevent the sump tank from overfilling.
Obtain an accurate gallon count of the defuel.
Prevent water from being pumped from the sump tank.
Ensure the float control will not stop the defueling operation.
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800 rpm.
1,200 rpm.
1,800 rpm.
2,200 rpm.
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1,000 gallons.
1,200 gallons.
1,500 gallons.
2,000 gallons.
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Vent Valve.
Float level sensor.
Bottom loading interlock.
Emergency/bottom loading valve.
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50 gpm.
100 gpm.
150 gpm.
200 gpm.
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Vent valve.
Bottom loading interlock.
Emergency valve operator.
Emergency/bottom loading valve.
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50 feet.
75 feet.
100 feet.
125 feet.
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On top of the tank.
Behind the driverâ€™s door.
The right rear of the truck.
In the pumping compartment.
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N.
D.
3.
2.
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100 gpm.
200 gpm.
300 gpm.
600 gpm.
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100 gpm.
250 gpm.
450 gpm.
600 gpm.
Monthly.
Quarterly.
Semiannually.
Annually.
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AFPET.
AFCESA.
HQ USAF/A4.
HQ AFMC/SES.
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C-5.
C-17.
C-27.
C-130.
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C-130.
KC-10.
KC-135.
RC-135.
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Hot refuel.
Concurrent servicing.
In-shelter refueling.
Multiple source refueling.
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Hot refueling supervisor.
Fuel servicing supervisor.
Chief servicing supervisor.
Concurrent servicing supervisor.
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Visually inspect the locking pins/lugs and seal for serviceability.
Check the strainer coupling quick disconnect device.
Set the applicable tank refuel switches to open.
Perform the fuel preflow check.
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