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Boeing B767 - Systems Summary [Anti-Ice & Rain]

Introduction to Anti-ice & Rain


The antiice and rain systems include:
engine antiice
wing antiice
flight deck window heat
windshield wipers
probe heat

Engine AntiIce System


The engine antiice system uses engine bleed air to provide engine cowl inlet ice
protection. Engine antiice can be operated in flight or on the ground. The left and
right engines have identical, independent antiice systems. This allows the
remaining system to operate if one engine fails.
The engine thermal antiice (TAI) annunciation appears above the EICAS N1
indication when an engine antiice valve is open.
The engine thermal antiice (TAI) annunciation appears above the EICAS EGT
indication when an engine antiice valve is open.
The VALVE light illuminates and the EICAS advisory message L or R ENG
ANTIICE displays when the engine antiice valve disagrees with the switch
position.

Wing AntiIce System


The wing antiice system provides bleed air to the three outboard leading edge
slats on each wing. Wing antiice can be operated in flight only. It is inhibited on
the ground.
The VALVE light illuminates and the EICAS advisory message L or R WING
ANTIICE displays if the wing antiice valve disagrees with the switch position.

Manual Anti-Ice System Operation


Engine Anti-Ice Operation
On the ground or in flight, pushing the ENGINE ANTIICE switches ON
commands the engine anti-ice valves to open, and allows engine bleed air to
antiice the engine cowl inlets. Pushing the ENGINE ANTIICE switches again
commands the engine anti-ice valves to close, and stops engine bleed air from
antiicing the engine cowl inlets.

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Wing Anti-Ice Operation


In flight, pushing the WING ANTIICE switch ON commands the wing antiice
valve in each wing to open, allowing bleed air to flow from the bleed air manifold
to the affected slats. Pushing the WING ANTIICE switch again commands the
wing antiice valve in each wing to close, stopping bleed air from flowing from
the bleed air manifold to the affected slats.

AntiIce System Schematic


ANTI-ICE

WING

ENGINE
L
R

ON

L
VALVE

VALVE

L PACK

TRIM
AIR

ON

ON

VALVE

VALVE

ISLN

R PACK

ISLN

ISLN

WAI

WAI

APU
EAI

EAI

L ENG START

APU

WING ANTI-ICE VALVE

START R ENG
ENGINE ANTI-ICE VALVE

Flight Deck Window Heat


All flight deck windows are electrically heated. The forward windows have
antiicing protection and antifogging. The side windows have antifogging
protection only.

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The WINDOW HEAT switches control heating for all flight deck windows. With
the switches ON, window heat operates as soon as electrical power is established.
The windows are protected from thermal shock when the switches are initially
placed ON.
In addition to the electric heating, conditioned air is ducted to the top of the
forward windows and then flows along the inside surface to provide supplemental
antifogging. The antifogging airflow is continuous and is independent of
electric window heat.
One INOP light illuminates and the EICAS advisory message L or R FWD
WINDOW or L or R SIDE WINDOW displays to indicate a window is not being
heated. If two or more INOP lights illuminate, the EICAS advisory message
WINDOW HEAT displays.
The WINDOW HEAT EICAS message displays, and electrical power for the
aft-most cockpit window heat is load shed when the Fuel Jettison Switch is
selected ON. Electrical power is reset, and the WINDOW HEAT EICAS message
no longer displays when the Fuel Jettison Switch is selected OFF.

Windshield Wipers
The forward windows are equipped with twospeed wipers. One selector controls
both wipers. With the WIPER selector in the OFF position, the wipers are off and
stowed.

Probe Heat
Operation of the probe heat system is fully automatic. Power to the electrically
heated probes is applied any time an engine is running.
An individual probe heat light illuminates and the associated EICAS advisory
message displays when a probe is not being heated. If two or more probe lights
illuminate, the EICAS advisory message PROBE HEAT displays.

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AntiIce EICAS Messages


The following EICAS messages can be displayed.
Message
L AOA PROBE

Level
Advisory

R AOA PROBE
L AUX PITOT

Advisory

R AUX PITOT

Light
L AOA

Aural

Condition

R AOA

AOA probe heat is


inoperative.

L AUX
PITOT

Left aux or right aux pitot


heat is inoperative.

R AUX
PITOT
CAPT PITOT

Advisory

CAPT
PITOT

Captains pitot probe heat is


inoperative.

L ENG ANTIICE

Advisory

VALVE

Engine antiice valve


disagrees with switch
position.

F/O PITOT

Advisory

FO
PITOT

First officers pitot probe


heat is inoperative.

PROBE HEAT

Advisory

Two or
more
PITOT,
AOA or
TAT

Two or more probe heats


are inoperative.

TAT PROBE

Advisory

TAT

TAT probe heat is


inoperative.

L FWD WINDOW

Advisory

INOP

Window is not being


heated.

Advisory

INOP

Window is not being


heated.

WINDOW HEAT

Advisory

Two or
more
INOP

Two or more windows are


not being heated.

L WING ANTIICE

Advisory

VALVE

Wing antiice valve


disagrees with switch
position.

R ENG ANTIICE

R FWD WINDOW
L SIDE WINDOW
R SIDE WINDOW

R WING ANTIICE

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Manual AntiIce Panel


WING

ANTI-ICE

ON

VALVE

VALVE

ENGINE
L
R
ON

ON

VALVE

VALVE

3
4

OVERHEAD PANEL
1

WING ANTIICE Switch

ON in flight, both wing antiice valves are commanded open.


Off (ON not visible) both wing antiice valves are commanded closed.
2

Wing AntiIce VALVE Lights

Illuminated (amber) wing antiice valve position disagrees with the switch
position.
3

ENGINE ANTIICE Switches

ON the engine antiice valve is commanded open.


Off (ON not visible) the engine antiice valve is commanded closed.
4

Engine AntiIce VALVE Lights

Illuminated (amber) engine antiice valve position disagrees with the switch
position.

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Window Heat and Wiper Panels


Window Heat Panel
WINDOW HEAT
L

SIDE

FWD

FWD

ON

ON

ON

ON

INOP

INOP

INOP

INOP

SIDE

OVERHEAD PANEL
1

WINDOW HEAT Switches

ON window heat is applied to the selected windows.


Off (ON not visible) window heat is removed from the selected windows
2

Window Heat Inoperative (INOP) Lights

Illuminated (amber) the window is not being heated.

Wiper Panel

WIPER
OFF
LOW
HIGH

OVERHEAD PANEL
1

WIPER Selector

OFF the wipers are stowed at the base of the windows.


LOW the wipers operate at low speed.
HIGH the wipers operate at high speed.

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Probe Heat Lights

CAPT
PITOT

L AUX
PITOT

F O
PITOT

R AUX
PITOT

L AOA

TAT

R AOA

OVERHEAD PANEL
1

Captain Pitot (CAPT PITOT) Light

Illuminated (amber) probe is not being heated in flight or neither engine is


running on the ground.
2

First Officer Pitot (F O PITOT) Light

Illuminated (amber) probe is not being heated in flight or neither engine is


running on the ground.
3

Left Angle of Attack (L AOA) Probe Light

Illuminated (amber) probe is not being heated in flight or neither engine is


running on the ground.
4

Right Angle of Attack (R AOA) Probe Light

Illuminated (amber) probe is not being heated in flight or neither engine is


running on the ground.
5

Left Auxiliary Pitot (L AUX PITOT) Light

Illuminated (amber) probe is not being heated in flight or neither engine is


running on the ground.
6

Right Auxiliary Pitot (R AUX PITOT) Light

Illuminated (amber) probe is not being heated in flight or neither engine is


running on the ground.
7

Total Air Temperature (TAT) Probe Light

Illuminated (amber) probe is not being heated in flight or neither engine is


running on the ground.
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