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TYPE GENERAL: HAULER TYPE SPECIFIC: HAULER MAKE: CATERPILLAR MODEL: 793F WEIGHT LBS: 860,000 Grs.Operat.Wt.

DC TANK QTY: 2 TOTAL DC NOZZLE QTY: 24 BILL OF MATERIALS: COMPARED TO:

ENGINE HP: 2650 NO. OF ENGINES: 1 ENGINE MODEL: Cat C175-16 CAPACITY CU. YDS: CAPACITY WT. 793C

DESIGN BASED ON: PREVIOUS 793C DESIGN

QTY PART NO. DESCRIPTION Note 2) This bill of materials is partially based on an earlier design for a Caterpillar 793C & design field data. A 793F design has not been verified by 2 427745 LT-A-101-125 TANKS 2 428404 LT-A-101-125 TANK MOUNTING RING (OPTIONAL) ANSUL Technical Services. An onsite hazard analysis will be required for verification. 2 551608 PRIMARY SUPPLY LINE DISTRIBUTION TEE 6 16424 / 4655 TRIPLE TEE / REDUCING TEE Note 3) If there is a chance of reflash due to continued contact of flammable 2 57484 MANUAL ACTUATOR PKG. liquids with surfaces having skin temperatures exceeding 800 deg. F (i.e., 5 57044 V 1/2 NOZZLE (PKG. OF 4) turbochargers, exhaust manifolds, etc.) after the dry chemical discharge is 3 53791 C 1/2 NOZZLE completed, an LVS system is recommended to be used to cool the 1 56748 V 1/2 NOZZLE superheated surfaces. Below is a list of materials for an (8) nozzle LVS-30 4 427149 NOZZLE BRACKET tank. (Based on 2 nozzles per 10 maximum dia. turbocharger) 8 25581 NOZZLE LOCKWASHER QTY. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1 15677 SAFETY VENT RELIEF VALVE 1 426959 LVS-30 TANK ASSY. 1 46250 PRESSURE SWITCH 1 428405 LVS-30 MOUNTING RING (OPTIONAL) 1 436302 CHECKFIRE SC-N ELECTRIC SYSTEM w/PAD 6 426961 LVS SUPPRESSANT (5 Gal Pail) 1 427308 MODULE BATTERY (CHECKFIRE SC-N) 8 433325 LVS 9.5 NOZZLE PKG 1 426520 E.O.L. RESISTOR SHIPPING ASSEMBLY 1 16424 LVS TRIPLE TEE 3 1 71230 LINEAR DETECTION WIRE (100 ft.) Optional IR Detection - (Use w/ linear detection wire) 3 3 56691/56692 NYLON CABLE TIES/RUBBER SLEEVES (20/pkg) 2-3 432480 IR Detector/Bracket 1 418355 & 30759 LT-I-A-20-G EXTINGUISHER & BRACKET 1 434102 CHECKFIRE Detection Interface Kit (includes EOL Cable) NOTE: ALTHOUGH RECOMMENDED, THE CARTRIDGE OPERATED 1-2 434106 Y Connector Cable Assembly HAND PORTABLE(S) IN THIS BOM IS NOT AN INTEGRAL COMPONENT 1 57593 High Temp. Silicone Grease (Dow Corning #4) FOR THE SYSTEM DESIGNATED ABOVE. TBD 434103/4/5 Receptacle-Plug Cable 10/20/30 Lengths Note 1) Depending on the type of engine or hazards involved additional Note 4) IR3 Detectors require lenses to be cleaned on a regular basis. Install nozzles may be required. The LT-A-101-125 Tank can supply 16 nozzles each, detectors in clean unobstructed areas, easily accessible for servicing. for a total of 32 nozzles. Note 5) No. of IR3 detectors are approximate (verify/determine onsite). CONCEPTUAL NOZZLE TYPES & PROTECTION: V 1/2 NOZZLES: 21 (793C Design) 4 V1/2 - on inside of framerails with horizontal discharge, centered along rear half of engine, two aimed to top & two aimed to bottom portions of engine sides protecting rear half of engine. 4 V1/2 - on inside of framerails with horizontal discharge, centered with front half of engine, two aimed to top & two aimed to bottom portions of engine sides protecting front half of engine. 2 V1/2- located at top insides of deck framework, aimed horizontally in towards undersides of turbochargers and engine top 2 V1/2- located at top insides of deck framework, aimed horizontally in towards the turbochargers themselves LAST REVISION: 9-29-10 DRAWING NO: C 1/2 NOZZLES: 3 (793C Design) 2 V1/2 - located at horse collar and front deck framing, aimed down & in horizontally to front and rear of engine and turbochargers 2 V1/2 - on inside of framerails with horizontal discharge, aimed in along engine rear, torque converter top & rear, & tops of hyd. pumps 2 V1/2 - on inside of rear framerails w/ horizontal discharge, aimed in at transmission, & along hyd. control valves, & hose connects-rt. side 2 V1/2- @ front axle supports aimed at steering lines & hyd. cylinders 1 V1/2 - @ right framerail, aimed at steering pumps & under engine 2 C1/2-left frame, aimed @ torque conv., hyd. pumps, hoses & tank 1 C1/2 - right framerail, aimed along, hyd. pumps from front to back (Not Available) SHEET: SEQUENCE NO: 393

Note: This information is conceptual in nature and is to be used only as a guideline for quotation purposes. The fire suppression system depicted on this sheet was prepared with information provided from vendors sales literature, from comparisons of similarly used vehicles of comparable size and capacity, from designs created by Ansul distributors, or from onsite designs created by Ansul Incorporated. The system constitutes nominal hardware requirements considering the vehicle layout and accessories provided at the time of design. Due to variations of this vehicle model, uncontrolled vehicle design changes, and/or unknown accessory options included, this design may not be completely adequate for the equipment model number identified above. The final fire suppression system design cannot be determined until an in-depth hazard analysis has been preformed on the vehicle to be protected. The fire system described in this material is a suppression system only and cannot be designed nor is intended to extinguish all possible fires. Unusual amounts of combustible materials and flammable fuels present, hydraulic, brake, and steering fluids under high pressure extremes, uncontrolled operating and environmental conditions, and extended vehicle operating periods with minimal vehicle maintenance, can result in fire conditions which exceed the extinguishing capacity of the ANSUL A-101/LVS system. Alternative fire fighting equipment will need to be available to supplement the system if re-ignition occurs, or when total extinguishment is not possible.