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TECHNICAL MANUAL

ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

SUPPORT INFORMATION
PART II
USAF SERIES F-5E AIRCRAFT

NORTHROP
F41608-87-D-A288
Prepared by HEBCO, INC
F42620-02-F-0008

THIS PUBLICATION SUPERSEDES TO 1F-5E-2-12-2 DATED 1 APRIL 1983, CHANGE


18 DATED 25 JUNE 2002.

NOTE - This book reflects the configuration of the last active U.S. Air Force F-5E/F air-
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contractor, or foreign government. Consult the owning organizations documentation for
authoritative data and procedures on each aircraft.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter Page Chapter Page

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ........................................... ii 3.5 ENTERING FLIGHT DATA IN THE


REMOTE DOCUMENTARY
DATA ENCODER ......................... 3-2
LIST OF TABLES ........................................................... v
3.6 AIRCRAFT SERIAL NUMBER ....... 3-3
3.6.1 Example of Aircraft Serial Number .... 3-3
INTRODUCTION ........................................................... vi 3.7 GROSS WEIGHT ............................... 3-3
3.7.1 Example of Gross Weight ................... 3-5
3.8 FUEL WEIGHT .................................. 3-6
1 EQUIPMENT AND SPECIAL TOOLS ................ 1-1
3.8.1 Example of Fuel Weight ..................... 3-6
3.9 BASE CODE ...................................... 3-6
1.1 INTRODUCTION AND 3.9.1 Example of Base Code ........................ 3-6
PURPOSE ...................................... 1-1 3.10 MISSION CODE NUMBER .............. 3-6
1.2 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED 3.10.1 Example of Mission Code .................. 3-7
EQUIPMENT (GFE/CFE) ............. 1-1 3.11 CONFIGURATION NUMBER .......... 3-7
1.3 LOCAL MANUFACTURED 3.12 STORE ARRANGEMENT ................ 3-7
NORTHROP TOOLS (LMNTs) .... 1-25 3.13 FIRST DIGIT ...................................... 3-7
3.14 SECOND DIGIT ................................ 3-7
3.15 THIRD DIGIT .................................... 3-8
2 COUNTING ACCELEROMETER SYSTEM
3.16 DART TOW TARGET SYSTEM ...... 3-8
FIELD LEVEL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ....... 2-1
3.17 CONFIGURATION CODE
IDENTIFICATION ........................ 3-10
2.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ............. 2-1 3.17.1 Example of Configuration 1 ............... 3-11
2.2 GENERAL TIME TRANSMITTER 3.17.2 Example of Configuration 2 ............... 3-11
SIMULATOR ................................. 2-1 3.17.3 Example of Configuration 3 ............... 3-11
2.2.1 Transmitter Simulation ....................... 2-1 3.17.4 Example of Configuration 4 ............... 3-11
2.3 WINDOW DRIVER ........................... 2-1 3.18 FLIGHT DATE ................................... 3-11
2.3.1 Exercise of the Counting Acceleromter 3.18.1 Example of Flight Date ....................... 3-11
Indicator ......................................... 2-1 3.19 NUMBER OF MONTH ..................... 3-12
2.4 DISASSEMBLY ................................. 2-1 3.19.1 Example of Month .............................. 3-12
2.5 TROUBLESHOOTING AND 3.20 DAY OF THE MONTH ..................... 3-12
REPAIR .......................................... 2-1 3.20.1 Example of Day .................................. 3-12
2.6 REASSEMBLY .................................. 2-1 3.21 END PROCEDURE ........................... 3-12
2.7 TESTING ............................................ 2-2
4 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DATA ...................... 4-1
3 FLIGHT LOADS RECORDER SYSTEM -
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ....................... 3-1
4.1 INTRODUCTION AND
PURPOSE ...................................... 4-1
3.1 INTRODUCTION AND 4.2 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DATA
PURPOSE ...................................... 3-1 SHEET ........................................... 4-1
3.2 GENERAL INFORMATION ............. 3-1 4.2.1 General ................................................ 4-1
3.3 OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT OF 4.3 INCOMPATIBILITY OF COMMON
RECORDER SYSTEM ................. 3-1 CHEMICALS ................................ 4-2
3.4 CHECKING/CHANGING 4.4 WEAPONS AND EXPLOSIVES ...... 4-3
RECORDER TAPE 4.5 PURGING/INERTING FUEL OR
CARTRIDGE ................................. 3-1 FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS ............. 4-4

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Number Title Page Number Title Page

1-1 Adapter, Engine Installation and Removal ..... 1-3 1-31 Block Gage (LMNT 18) .................................. 1-43
1-2 Adapter Kit, Aircraft Maintenance Sling and 1-32 Push-to-Drain Tool (LMNT 19) ...................... 1-43
Components Hoisting ................................. 1-4 1-33 Arresting Hook Damper Servicing Adapter
1-3 Adapter, Handling, Aft Fuselage ..................... 1-5 (LMNT 20) ................................................. 1-44
1-4 Adapter, Handling, Wing ................................ 1-6 1-34 Bevel Gage (LMNT 21) .................................. 1-45
1-5 Blanket, Heat Protection and Collar, Insertion, 1-35 Hand File (LMNT 22) ..................................... 1-46
Drag Chute ................................................. 1-7 1-36 Tow Reel Adapter (LMNT 23) ....................... 1-47
1-6 Cover, Reconnaissance Nose .......................... 1-8 1-37 Nose Gear Door Rigging; Fixture (LMNT
1-7 Safety Pin Assembly Seat Initiator ................. 1-9 24) ............................................................... 1-48
1-8 Trailer, Transportation, Rail-Type ................... 1-10 1-38 Landing Gear Trunnion Grease Gun Adapter
1-9 Screen, Servicing, Aircraft Ground ................. 1-11 (LMNT 25) ................................................. 1-49
1-10 Sling, Canopy, Aircraft Maintenance .............. 1-12 1-39 Brake Pressure Tester Gage (LMNT 26) ........ 1-50
1-11 Stand, Engine Inspection and Maintenance .... 1-13 1-40 Brake Bleed Hose (LMNT 27) ........................ 1-50
1-12 Trailer, Lift, Handling, Aircraft Component ... 1-14 1-41 IFF/SIF Test Cable (LMNT 28) ...................... 1-51
1-13 Towbar, Aircraft .............................................. 1-15 1-42 TACAN-84(V) Test Lamp (LMNT 29) .......... 1-51
1-14 Hydraulic Test Stand Hose Adapters (LMNT 1-43 Trailing Edge Flaps and Horizontal Tail Travel
1) ................................................................. 1-30 Measurement Kits (LMNT 30 and LMNT
1-15 Main Landing Gear Shock Strut Servicing 30A) ............................................................ 1-52
Adapter (LMNT 2) ..................................... 1-31 1-44 Fuel Boost Pump Spanner Wrench (LMNT
1-16 Nose Landing Gear Shock Strut Servicing 31) ............................................................... 1-53
Adapter (LMNT 3) ..................................... 1-31 1-45 Arresting Hook Restraining Wedge (LMNT
1-17 Seat Restraint Cable Assembly (LMNT 4) ..... 1-32 32) ............................................................... 1-54
1-18 Drag Chute Cable Clamp (LMNT 5) .............. 1-33 1-46 Main Landing Gear Inboard Door Rigging
1-19 Ground Crew Intercom Service Cord (LMNT Fixture (LMNT 33) .................................... 1-55
6) ................................................................. 1-34 1-47 Power Shaft Clearance Check Tool (LMNT
1-20 Gun Gas Deflector Servicing Block (LMNT 34) ............................................................... 1-56
7) ................................................................. 1-35 1-48 Leading Edge Flap Tool (LMNT 35) .............. 1-56
1-21 Fuselage Hydraulic Quick-Disconnect Covers 1-49 Engine Ground Run Tiedown Cable (LMNT
(LMNT 8) ................................................... 1-36 36) ............................................................... 1-57
1-22 Grease Gun Extension (LMNT 9) ................... 1-37 1-50 Engine Ground Run Tiedown Cable
1-23 Landing Gear Shock Strut Inflation Guide (Alternate) (LMNT 37) .............................. 1-58
(LMNT 10) ................................................. 1-38 1-51 Fire Detector Cable Shield (LMNT 38) .......... 1-59
1-24 Main Landing Gear Shock Strut Bleed Hose 1-52 Throttle Setting Engine Crank Gage (LMNT
(LMNT 11) ................................................. 1-39 39) ............................................................... 1-60
1-25 Nose Landing Gear Shock Strut Bleed Hose 1-53 Cabin Pressure Test Adapter (LMNT 40) ....... 1-61
(LMNT 12) ................................................. 1-39 1-54 Engine Harness-to-Engine Junction Box
1-26 Cable Quick-Disconnect Release Pin (LMNT Extension Cable (LMNT 41) ...................... 1-62
13) ............................................................... 1-40 1-55 Warning Placard (LMNT 42) .......................... 1-63
1-27 Canopy Rig Pins (LMNT 14) .......................... 1-40 1-56 Landing Gear Switch Rigging Template
1-28 Residual Fuel Drain Probe (LMNT 15) .......... 1-41 (LMNT 43) ................................................. 1-64
1-29 Fuel Tank Access Door Locating Stud (LMNT 1-57 Gage, In-Line Pressure (LMNT 44) ................ 1-65
16) ............................................................... 1-42 1-58 Control Surface Rig Pins (LMNT 45) ............. 1-66
1-30 Rudder Hydraulic Pressure Tester Gage
(LMNT 17) ................................................. 1-42

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Number Title Page Number Title Page

1-59 Horizontal Tail Torque Wrench Adapter 1-88 Relay Test Cable Assembly J (LMNT 75) ...... 1-91
(LMNT 46) ................................................. 1-66 1-89 Modified Radome Holding Fixture (LMNT
1-60 Horizontal Tail Taper Pin Puller (LMNT 76) ............................................................... 1-92
47) ............................................................... 1-67 1-90 Bleed Air Duct Leakage Test Kit (LMNT
1-61 Rain Repellent Fluid Drain Adapter (LMNT 77) ............................................................... 1-93
48) ............................................................... 1-68 1-91 Fixture, Reconnaissance Nose Defog Duct
1-62 Precheck Valve Spanner Wrench (LMNT Leakage Test (LMNT 78) ........................... 1-94
49) ............................................................... 1-69 1-92 Cable, Aircraft Ground (LMNT 79) ............... 1-95
1-63 Air Diverter Valve Wrench (LMNT 50) ......... 1-70 1-93 Cable, Conrac W5 Extension (LMNT 80) ...... 1-96
1-64 Cabin Pressure System Adapter Hose (LMNT 1-94 AN/ARC-186 Antenna Power Test Cables
51) ............................................................... 1-71 (LMNT 81) ................................................. 1-96
1-65 Pitot Tube Support (LMNT 52) ...................... 1-71 1-95 Degaussing Coil (LMNT 82) .......................... 1-97
1-66 Nose Gear Door Tool (LMNT 53) .................. 1-72 1-96 Adjustable Wheel Chock Assembly (LMNT
1-67 Leading Edge Flap Test Cable (LMNT 54) .... 1-73 83) ............................................................... 1-98
1-68 Trailing Edge Flap Test Cable (LMNT 55) ..... 1-74 1-97 Leading Edge Flap Attach Bolt Guide (LMNT
1-69 Air Supply Duct Adapter Plate (LMNT 56) ... 1-75 84) ............................................................... 1-99
1-70 Drogue Chute Spanner Wrench (LMNT 57) ... 1-76 1-98 Gage, Hydraulic System Pressure Tester
1-71 Throttle Friction Wrench (LMNT 58) ............. 1-77 (LMNT 85) ................................................. 1-99
1-72 UHF Antenna Test Cable (LMNT 59) ............ 1-78 1-99 Fuel and LOX Power Cable Assembly PN
1-73 Adapter, Rate Gyro Test (LMNT 60) .............. 1-79 8043887-10 (LMNT 86) ............................. 1-100
1-74 Test Set, Strain Gage Calibration (LMNT 1-100 LOX Adapter Cable PN 8043886-10 (LMNT
61) ............................................................... 1-80 87) ............................................................... 1-101
1-75 Cable, Conrac W3 Extension (LMNT 62) ...... 1-81 1-101 LOX Adapter Cable PN 8043886-30 (LMNT
1-76 Cable, Multiplexer-Recorder Interconnect 88) ............................................................... 1-102
(LMNT 63) ................................................. 1-82 1-102 LOX Adapter Cable PN 8043886-50 (LMNT
1-77 Cable, Rate Gyro to Rate Table (LMNT 64) ... 1-82 89) ............................................................... 1-103
1-78 Cable, Rate Table to Aircraft Harness (LMNT 1-103 LOX Adapter Cable PN 8043886-70 (LMNT
65) ............................................................... 1-83 90) ............................................................... 1-104
1-79 Throttle Adjusting Pin (LMNT 66) ................. 1-84 1-104 Fuel Adapter Cable PN 8043886-90 (LMNT
1-80 Cable, Conrac W4 Extension (LMNT 67) ...... 1-84 91) ............................................................... 1-105
1-81 Air Supply Ducts and Valve Leakage Test 1-105 Fuel Adapter Cable P3-to-W5 (LMNT 92) ..... 1-106
Fixture (LMNT 68) .................................... 1-85 1-106 Pin Removal Tool (LMNT 93) ........................ 1-107
1-82 Pylon Jettison Disconnect Test Adapter 1-107 Tool, Clamp, Strain Gage (LMNT 94) ............ 1-108
(LMNT 69) ................................................. 1-86 1-108 Heat Tape Assembly (LMNT 95) ................... 1-109
1-83 Rocket/Dispenser Disconnect Test Adapter 1-109 Gearbox Coupling Tool (LMNT 96) ............... 1-110
(LMNT 70) ................................................. 1-87 1-110 Tool, Door Opening, Lower Avionics and Gun
1-84 SUU-20 and MER Disconnect Test Adapter Bay Access Door (LMNT 101) .................. 1-111
(LMNT 71) ................................................. 1-88 1-111 Adapter Cable, Gear Control Panel Test
1-85 #1GCU and #2GCU Shunt Plugs (LMNT (LMNT 111) ............................................... 1-112
72) ............................................................... 1-88 1-112 Positioner - AOA Transmitter Vane (LMNT
1-86 Boattail Dolly and Adapter Assembly (LMNT 116) ............................................................. 1-113
73) ............................................................... 1-89 1-113 Box, power distribution (LMNT 120) ............. 1-115
1-87 Gun Bay Door Protective Pad (LMNT 74) ..... 1-90

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Number Title Page Number Title Page

1-114 Tool, Canopy Downlock Mechanism 3-2 DDE Dials and Labels ..................................... 3-3
Adjustment (LMNT 121) ........................... 1-116 3-3 Aircraft Serial Number .................................... 3-3
1-115 Wrench, Seat Actuator (LMNT 122) .............. 1-117 3-4 Gross Weight Calculation ............................... 3-5
1-116 Tool, Seal Installation, Main Landing Gear 3-5 Gross Weight ................................................... 3-6
(LMNT 123) ............................................... 1-118 3-6 Fuel Weight ..................................................... 3-6
1-117 Tool, Seal Installation, Hike, Nose Landing 3-7 Base Code ....................................................... 3-6
Gear (LMNT 124) ...................................... 1-119 3-8 Mission Code Number .................................... 3-7
1-118 8025 Fluke Multimeter Adapter 3-9 Configuration Code Block Diagram ............... 3-10
(LMNT-125) ............................................... 1-119 3-10 Configuration Example 1 ................................ 3-11
2-1 Counting Accelerometer System Field 3-11 Configuration Example 2 ................................ 3-11
Support Equipment ..................................... 2-4 3-12 Configurarion Example 3 ................................ 3-11
2-2 Schematic Cable Assembly, Power Input ....... 2-5 3-13 Configuration Example 4 ................................ 3-11
2-3 Schematic General Time Simulator ................ 2-6 3-14 Year ................................................................. 3-11
2-4 Schematic Window Driver .............................. 2-7 3-15 Month .............................................................. 3-12
3-1 Flight Loads Recorder System ........................ 3-2 3-16 Day .................................................................. 3-12

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LIST OF TABLES
Number Title Page Number Title Page

1-1 Illustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment ......... 1-1 4-20 Compound, Silicone ........................................ 4-22
1-2 Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment ... 1-15 4-21 Compound, Teflon ........................................... 4-23
1-3 Local Manufactured Northrop Tools (LMNTs) 4-22 Fluid, Hydraulic .............................................. 4-24
List .............................................................. 1-26 4-23 Flux, Rosin ...................................................... 4-25
2-1 Continuity Test Points ..................................... 2-2 4-24 Flux, Rosin ...................................................... 4-26
2-2 General Time Transmitter Simulator 4-25 Fuel, Grade JP-4 .............................................. 4-27
Troubleshooting Table ................................ 2-3 4-26 Fuel, Grade JP-5 .............................................. 4-28
2-3 Window Driver Troubleshooting Table .......... 2-4 4-27 Fuel, Grade A .................................................. 4-29
3-1 F-5E Weight Summary .................................... 3-4 4-28 Grease, Molybdenum Disulfide ...................... 4-30
3-2 Store Arrangement .......................................... 3-7 4-29 Grease, Soap Free Synthetic ........................... 4-31
3-3 Configuration Code Numbers ......................... 3-8 4-30 Lubricant, Solid ............................................... 4-32
4-1 Incompatibility of Common Chemicals .......... 4-2 4-31 Lubricant, Solid Film ...................................... 4-33
4-2 Definition of Hazardous Material Data 4-32 Nitrogen .......................................................... 4-34
Sheet ........................................................... 4-4 4-33 Oil, Lubricating, Aircraft Turbine Engine ...... 4-35
4-3 Acid, Sulfuric .................................................. 4-5 4-34 Oil, Lubricating, Aircraft Weapons ................. 4-36
4-4 Adhesive, Epon Resin ..................................... 4-6 4-35 Oil, Lubricating (Purging) ............................... 4-37
4-5 Adhesive, Epon Resin ..................................... 4-7 4-36 Oxygen (Gaseous and Liquid) ........................ 4-38
4-6 Adhesive, Epoxy ............................................. 4-8 4-37 Primer .............................................................. 4-39
4-7 Adhesive, Sealant ............................................ 4-9 4-38 Primer, Epoxy .................................................. 4-40
4-8 Alcohol, Isopropyl .......................................... 4-10 4-39 Primer, Zinc Chromate .................................... 4-41
4-9 Cleaner, TEC 901 ............................................ 4-11 4-40 Release Agent ................................................. 4-42
4-10 Compound, Anti-seize .................................... 4-12 4-41 Remover, Paint ................................................ 4-43
4-11 Compound, Corrosion ..................................... 4-13 4-42 Sealant, Grade AV ........................................... 4-44
4-12 Compound, Curing Agent T ............................ 4-14 4-43 Solder, Rosin Cored ........................................ 4-45
4-13 Compound, Epoxy Resin ................................ 4-15 4-44 Solvent, Cleaning ............................................ 4-46
4-14 Compound, Polysulfide ................................... 4-16 4-45 Solvent, Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK) ............ 4-47
4-15 Compound, Sealing, Polysulfide ..................... 4-17 4-46 Solvent, Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (MIBK) ...... 4-48
4-16 Compound, Retaining ..................................... 4-18 4-47 Solvent, Naphtha ............................................. 4-49
4-17 Compound, Sealing ......................................... 4-19 4-48 Solvent, Trichloroethane ................................. 4-50
4-18 Compound, Sealing ......................................... 4-20 4-49 Thinner, Lacquer ............................................. 4-51
4-19 Compound, Sealing ......................................... 4-21 4-50 Trichlorotrifluoroethane .................................. 4-52

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INTRODUCTION

General. TCTO List.

This manual, which is to be used in conjunction with the Job In order to determine whether TCTO modifications effective on
Guide Manuals (JGMs), contains support information that is re- a specific aircraft are covered in the manual, refer to the list
quired to maintain the aircraft systems but is not adaptable to provided in each manual. This list is brought up to date each
the JGM format. Chapter 1 identifies support equipment and time the manual is changed or revised; completed TCTOs are
special tools required for the maintenance of the F-5E aircraft. deleted, and new, in-work TCTOs are added. This list should be
This chapter is divided into two categories: Government Fur- checked each time you receive changed pages or a revision to
nished Equipment/Contractor Furnished Equipment (GFE/CFE) the manual.
and Local Manufactured Northrop Tools (LMNTs). Chapter 3
contains operating instructions for flight loads recorder system. Applicability.
Chapter 4 lists hazardous materials to provide personnel using
hazardous materials the necessary safety requirements and pro- Aircraft serial numbers are: AF71-01417 thru AF71-01421,
cedures for the control and safe use of such materials. AF72-01386 thru AF72-01406, AF73-00846 thru AF73-00888,
AF73-00890, AF73-00892 thru AF73-00990, AF73-01626
Publication Date. thru AF73-01646, AF74-00958 thru AF74-00997, AF74-01362
thru AF74-01575, AF74-01582 thru AF74-01617, AF75-00314
The date on the title page of this manual is the copy freeze date thru AF75-00373, AF75-0442 thru AF75-0527, AF75-0562
- the last day on which technical information could be added or thru AF75-0627, AF76-0471 thru AF76-0490, AF76-1526
changed in the manual. All technical data received before this thru AF76-1591, AF76-1616 thru AF76-1639, AF76-1643
date has been incorporated; data received after the copy freeze thru AF76-1686, AF77-0328 thru AF77-0335, AF77-0366
date will appear in the next change or revision to the manual. thru AF77-0379, AF77-1767 thru AF77-1777, AF78-0028
thru AF78-0037, AF78-0770 thru AF78-0773, AF78-0789
Time Compliance Technical Orders. thru AF78-0798, AF78-0814 thru AF78-0821, AF78-0826
thru AF78-0829, AF78-0865 thru AF78-0875, AF78-2447,
Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTOs) provide instruc- AF79-1681 thru AF79-1691, AF79-1694 thru AF79-1707,
tions for modifying aircraft in service. Technical manuals af- AF79-1717 thru AF79-1720, AF79-1920 thru AF79-1941,
fected by the modification must incorporate any information AF80-0299 thru AF80-0319, AF81-0006 thru AF81-0019,
necessary to the operation and maintenance of the aircraft mod- AF81-0558 thru AF81-0593, AF81-0614 thru AF81-0625,
ified by the TCTO. Information which applies to the aircraft be- AF81-0632 thru AF81-0638, AF81-0823 thru AF81-0857,
fore modification is retained in the manual until all aircraft af- AF82-0634 thru AF82-0639, AF82-0644, AF82-0645,
fected by the TCTO have been modified. AF83-0083 thru AF83-0112, AF84-0183, AF84-0184,
AF84-0490, AF84-0491, AF85-0043, AF85-0044, AF85-0057,
AF85-0058, and AF85-1586 thru AF85-1595

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Master List of Organizational Maintnenace Manuals in the 1F-5E-2 Series

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GENERAL
1F-5E-2-1-1 Airplane General
CHECKLIST
1F-5E-2-1-1CL-1-1 Checklist (Part I)
1F-5E-2-1-1CL-1-2 Checklist (Part II)
INDEX
1F-5E-2-1-2 Index
FLIGHT CONTROLS
1F-5E-2-2-1 Flight Controls, Miscellaneous
1F-5E-2-2-2-1 Flight Controls, Wing Flaps (Part I)
1F-5E-2-2-2-2 Flight Controls, Wing Flaps (Part II)
1F-5E-2-2-2-3 Flight Controls, Wing Flaps (Part III)
1F-5E-2-2-2-4 Flight Controls, Wing Flaps (Part IV)
1F-5E-2-2-2-5 Flight Controls, Wing Flaps (Part V)
1F-5E-2-2-3-1 Flight Controls, Rudder (Part I)
1F-5E-2-2-3-2 Flight Controls, Rudder (Part II)
1F-5E-2-2-4-1 Flight Controls, Horizontal Tail (Part I)
1F-5E-2-2-4-2 Flight Controls, Horizontal Tail (Part II)
1F-5E-2-2-5-1 Flight Controls, Ailerons (Part I)
1F-5E-2-2-5-2 Flight Controls, Ailerons (Part II)
1F-5E-2-2-6-1 Flight Controls, Speed Brake and Drag Chute (Part I)
1F-5E-2-2-6-2 Flight Controls, Speed Brake and Drag Chute (Part II)
1F-5E-2-2-7 Flight Controls, Stability Augmenter
PNEUDRAULICS
1F-5E-2-3-1 Pneudraulics, Miscellaneous
1F-5E-2-3-2 Pneudraulics, Cabin Pressurization
1F-5E-2-3-3-1 Pneudraulics, Air Conditioning and Cooling (Part I)
1F-5E-2-3-3-2 Pneudraulics, Air Conditioning and Cooling (Part II)
1F-5E-2-3-3-3 Pneudraulics, Air Conditioning and Cooling (Part III)
1F-5E-2-3-4 Pneudraulics, Canopy and Windshield Seal, and Anti-G Suit Systems
1F-5E-2-3-5-1 Pneudraulics, Liquid Oxygen System (Part I)
1F-5E-2-3-5-2 Pneudraulics, Liquid Oxygen System (Part II)
1F-5E-2-3-6 Pneudraulics, Hydraulic Power
1F-5E-2-3-7-1 Pneudraulics, Gun Bay Purging (Part I)

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TO NUMBER TITLE
1F-5E-2-3-7-2 Pneudraulics, Gun Bay Purging (Part II)
1F-5E-2-3-8 Pneudraulics, Rain Removal System
FUEL SYSTEMS
1F-5E-2-4-1 Fuel Systems, Miscellaneous
1F-5E-2-4-2 Fuel Systems, Single-Point System
1F-5E-2-4-3-1 Fuel Systems, Fuel Supply System (Part I)
1F-5E-2-4-3-2 Fuel Systems, Fuel Supply System (Part II)
1F-5E-2-4-4 Fuel Systems, External Fuel
1F-5E-2-4-5-1 Fuel Systems, Fuel Tanks and Vents (Part I)
1F-5E-2-4-5-2 Fuel Systems, Fuel Tanks and Vents (Part II)
1F-5E-2-4-6-1 Fuel Systems, Quantity Indicating (Part I)
1F-5E-2-4-6-2 Fuel Systems, Quantity Indicating (Part II)
POWERPLANT
1F-5E-2-5-1-1 Powerplant, Miscellaneous (Part I)
1F-5E-2-5-1-2 Powerplant, Miscellaneous (Part II)
1F-5E-2-5-1-3 Powerplant, Miscellaneous (Part III)
1F-5E-2-5-2 Powerplant, Main Fuel Control
1F-5E-2-5-3 Powerplant, Afterburner and Variable Exhaust Nozzle
1F-5E-2-5-4 Powerplant, Variable Geometry and Anti-Ice
1F-5E-2-5-5 Powerplant, Engine Start and Ignition
1F-5E-2-5-6-1 Powerplant, Throttle Control and Engine Instruments, and Related Systems
(Part I)
1F-5E-2-5-6-2 Powerplant, Throttle Control and Engine Instruments, and Related Systems
(Part II)
1F-5E-2-5-6-3 Powerplant, Throttle Control and Engine Instruments, and Related Systems
(Part III)
1F-5E-2-5-7 Powerplant, Accessory Gearbox
1F-5E-2-5-8 Powerplant, Lubrication System
1F-5E-2-5-9 Engine Conditioning
ELECTRICAL
1F-5E-2-6-1-1 Electrical, Miscellaneous (Part I)
1F-5E-2-6-1-2 Electrical, Miscellaneous (Part II)
1F-5E-2-6-1-3 Electrical, Miscellaneous (Part III)
1F-5E-2-6-2 Electrical, AC Power Supply System

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TO NUMBER TITLE
1F-5E-2-6-3 Electrical, DC Power Supply System
1F-5E-2-6-4 Electrical, Lighting System
1F-5E-2-6-5 Electrical, Warning Circuits
1F-5E-2-6-6 Electrical, Auxiliary Circuits and Relay Boxes, and Assemblies
LANDING GEAR
1F-5E-2-7-1 Landing Gear, Miscellaneous
1F-5E-2-7-2-1 Landing Gear, Main Landing Gear (Part I)
1F-5E-2-7-2-2 Landing Gear, Main Landing Gear (Part II)
1F-5E-2-7-2-3 Landing Gear, Main Landing Gear (Part III)
1F-5E-2-7-3-1 Landing Gear, Nose Landing Gear (Part I)
1F-5E-2-7-3-2 Landing Gear, Nose Landing Gear (Part II)
1F-5E-2-7-4 Landing Gear, Alternate Release System
1F-5E-2-7-5 Landing Gear, Nosewheel Steering and Wheel Brakes
1F-5E-2-7-6 Landing Gear, Arresting Hook System
INSTRUMENTS
1F-5E-2-8-1-1 Instruments, Miscellaneous (Part I)
1F-5E-2-8-1-2 Instruments, Miscellaneous (Part II)
1F-5E-2-8-2-1 Instruments, Flight and Navigation (Part I)
1F-5E-2-8-2-2 Instruments, Flight and Navigation (Part II)
1F-5E-2-8-3-1 Instruments, Pitot Static and Central Air Data Computer (Part I)
1F-5E-2-8-3-2 Instruments, Pitot Static and Central Air Data Computer (Part II)
1F-5E-2-8-3-3 Instruments, Pitot Static and Central Air Data Computer (Part III)
RADIO, COMMUNICATION AND NAVIGATION
1F-5E-2-9-1 Radio, Communication and Navigation, Intercom System
1F-5E-2-9-2 Radio, Communication and Navigation, UHF Communication Systems,
AN/ARC-150, AN/ARC-164 and Automatic Direction Finder System
AN/ARA-50
1F-5E-2-9-3-1 Radio, Communication and Navigation, TACAN Systems (Part I)
1F-5E-2-9-3-2 Radio, Communication and Navigation, TACAN Systems (Part II)
1F-5E-2-9-4 Radio, Communication and Navigation, IFF/SIF System AN/APX-72 and
AN/APX-101
1F-5E-2-9-5 Radio, Communication and Navigation, Radar Beacon System SST-181X
1F-5E-2-9-6 Radio, Communication and Navigation, VOR/ILS System
ARMAMENT
1F-5E-2-10-1-1 Armament, Miscellaneous (Part I)
1F-5E-2-10-1-2 Armament, Miscellaneous (Part II)

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TO NUMBER TITLE
1F-5E-2-10-1-3 Armament, Miscellaneous (Part III)
1F-5E-2-10-1-4 Armament, Miscellaneous (Part IV)
1F-5E-2-10-2-1 Armament, Gunnery (Part I)
1F-5E-2-10-2-2 Armament, Gunnery (Part II)
1F-5E-2-10-3 Armament, Rockets and Missiles
1F-5E-2-10-4 Armament, Lead Computing Optical Sight and Gun Camera
1F-5E-2-10-5 Armament, Dart Tow Target
1F-5E-2-10-6 Armament, Bombing Systems
1F-5E-2-10-7 Armament, Jettison Systems
1F-5E-2-10-8 Armament, AN/APQ-153 Radar
1F-5E-2-10-10 Armament, Reconnaissance Nose Camera System
1F-5E-2-10-16 Armament, AN/APQ-159(V)3, (V)5 Radar
GROUND HANDLING, SERVICING, AND AIRFRAME MAINTENANCE
1F-5E-2-11-1-1 Ground Handling, Servicing, and Airframe Maintenance, Miscellaneous
(Part I)
1F-5E-2-11-1-2 Ground Handling, Servicing, and Airframe Maintenance, Miscellaneous
(Part II)
1F-5E-2-11-1-3 Ground Handling, Servicing, and Airframe Maintenance, Miscellaneous
(Part III)
1F-5E-2-11-2 Ground Handling, Servicing, and Airframe Maintenance, Servicing
1F-5E-2-11-3 Ground Handling, Servicing, and Airframe Maintenance, Jacking, Hoisting,
Towing, and Mooring
1F-5E-2-11-4 Ground Handling, Servicing, and Airframe Maintenance, Lubrication
1F-5E-2-11-5 Ground Handling, Servicing, and Airframe Maintenance, Windshield
1F-5E-2-11-6-1 Ground Handling, Servicing, and Airframe Maintenance, Canopy and
Ejection Seat Systems (Part I)
1F-5E-2-11-6-2 Ground Handling, Servicing, and Airframe Maintenance, Canopy and
Ejection Seat Systems (Part II)
1F-5E-2-11-6-3 Ground Handling, Servicing, and Airframe Maintenance, Canopy and
Ejection Seat Systems (Part III)
SUPPORT INFORMATION
1F-5E-2-12-1 Support Information (Part I)
1F-5E-2-12-2 Support Information (Part II)

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TO NUMBER TITLE
WIRING DIAGRAMS AND DATA
1F-5E-2-13 Wiring Diagrams and Data
FLIGHT LOADS RECORDER SYSTEM
1F-5E-2-14-1 Flight Loads Recorder System, Part I
1F-5E-2-14-2 Flight Loads Recorder System, Part II
ACEVAL/AIMVAL SYSTEM
1F-5E-2-15 Maintenance Instructions, Aircraft Scheduled Inspection and Maintenance
Requirements, Illustrated Parts Breakdown, and Difference/Supplemental
Data
TROUBLESHOOTING
1F-5E-2-20-2 Troubleshooting, Flight Controls
1F-5E-2-20-3 Troubleshooting, Pneudraulics
1F-5E-2-20-4 Troubleshooting, Fuel Systems
1F-5E-2-20-5 Troubleshooting, Powerplant
1F-5E-2-20-6 Troubleshooting, Electrical Systems
1F-5E-2-20-7 Troubleshooting, Landing Gear Systems
1F-5E-2-20-8 Troubleshooting, Instrument Systems
1F-5E-2-20-9 Troubleshooting, Radio, Communication, Navigation Systems
1F-5E-2-20-10 Troubleshooting, Armament System
1F-5E-2-20-11 Troubleshooting, Airframe Systems
1F-5E-2-20-14 Troubleshooting, Flight Loads Recorder System

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RECORD OF TIME COMPLIANCE TECHNICAL ORDERS

The following list of Time Compliance Technical Orders current TCTOs are listed. A TCTO is deleted from this list
(TCTOs) affect the technical content of this manual. Only when rescinded, superseded, or fully incorporated.

TCTO NUMBER TITLE DATE

33DA21-1-503 Modification of Alignment Set, P/N 14-76010-1 (CECP 358)

33DA21-171-501 Modification of Wing Leading Edge Maneuvering Flap Torque Fixture


(CECP 358)

1F-5-931 Rework of Flight Loads Data Recorder System, F-5E/F Aircraft 1 Oct 84

1F-5E-630 Modification to Upgrade Aggressor F-5E Aircraft 1 Jun 88

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CHAPTER 1

EQUIPMENT AND SPECIAL TOOLS

1.1 INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE. that is not included in the demand-response steps found in Job
Guide Manuals (JGMs).
The purpose of this chapter is to identify support equipment
required for the maintenance of the F-5E aircraft. Support 1.2 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT
equipment consists of nonexpendable equipment that is not (GFE/CFE).
included in the technicians tool kit. Common types of tools
such as screwdrivers, pliers, diagonal side cutter, etc. are not The GFE/CFE list of equipment is in two parts. The first part,
listed. This chapter is divided into two categories: Govern- Table 1-1, is illustrated (Figure 1-1 thru Figure 1-13). The sec-
ment Furnished Equipment/Contractor Furnished Equipment ond part, Table 1-2, following Figure 1-13 is non-illustrated and
(GFE/CFE) and Local Manufactured Northrop Tools (LMNTs). is listed in alphabetical order. Each piece of equipment is identi-
Immediately following this list of GFE/CFE are special tools fied by common name, national stock number, and part number.
and test equipment illustrations. These illustrations are provided The type or model number is included when available, and the
to preclude continuous reference to critical data in applicable applicable TO is referenced.
maintenance manuals. They are limited to such information

Table 1-1. Illustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment

DESCRIPTION FIGURE NO. PART NO. TO NO.


ADAPTER, Engine Installation and Removal Figure 1-1 PDG4352 1F-5E-2-5
ADAPTER KIT Figure 1-2
Adapter Kit, Aircraft Components Hoisting 14-76059-501 1F-5E-2-11
Sling, Aircraft Maintenance 6-76066-501 1F-5E-2-11
ADAPTER, Handling, Aft Fuselage Figure 1-3 PDG0326 1F-5E-2-5
Adapter, Roller PDG0325 1F-5E-2-5
ADAPTER, Handling, Wing Figure 1-4 PDG4340/4340 1F-5E-2-11
Adapter, Aircraft Mooring 14-76015-501 1F-5E-2-11
BLANKET, Heat Protection and Collar, Insertion, Figure 1-5
Drag Chute
Collar, Insertion, Drag Chute 6-76080-1 1F-5E-2-2
Blanket, Installation Heat Protection, Drag 6-76196-1 1F-5E-2-2
Chute
COVER, Reconnaissance Nose Figure 1-6 14-76153-1 1F-5E-2-10
SAFETY PIN ASSEMBLY Figure 1-7
Pin Set, Initiator Safety 3-76045-501 1F-5E-2-11
Safety Pin, Quick Release Ejection Seat 3-76717-1 1F-5E-2-11

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Table 1-1. Illustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION FIGURE NO. PART NO. TO NO.


SCREEN, Servicing, Aircraft Ground Figure 1-9
Screen, Taxi, Foreign Object (LH) 14-76046-1 1F-5E-2-6
Screen, Taxi, Foreign Object (RH) 14-76046-2 1F-5E-2-6
SLING, Canopy, Aircraft Maintenance Figure 1-10 3-76090-1 1F-5E-2-11
STAND, Engine Inspection and Maintenance Figure 1-11 MMU89E 1F-5E-2-5
Adapter Pad, Rest (U/W A/M37T-2) PDG0377 1F-5E-2-5
Cover, Engine Inlet 14-76027-1 1F-5E-2-11
TOWBAR, Aircraft Figure 1-13 6-76013-1 1F-5E-2-8
1F-5E-2-11
TRAILER, Lift, Handling, Aircraft Component Figure 1-12 ETU77E 1F-5E-2-5
TRAILER, Transportation (rail type) Figure 1-8 107238 1F-5E-2-5

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Figure 1-1. Adapter, Engine Installation and Removal

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Figure 1-2. Adapter Kit, Aircraft Maintenance Sling and Components Hoisting

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Figure 1-3. Adapter, Handling, Aft Fuselage

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Figure 1-4. Adapter, Handling, Wing

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Figure 1-5. Blanket, Heat Protection and Collar, Insertion, Drag Chute

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Figure 1-6. Cover, Reconnaissance Nose

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Figure 1-7. Safety Pin Assembly Seat Initiator

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Figure 1-8. Trailer, Transportation, Rail-Type

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Figure 1-9. Screen, Servicing, Aircraft Ground

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Figure 1-10. Sling, Canopy, Aircraft Maintenance

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Figure 1-11. Stand, Engine Inspection and Maintenance

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Figure 1-12. Trailer, Lift, Handling, Aircraft Component

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Figure 1-13. Towbar, Aircraft

Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


ADAPTER, Air Gun, Bomb Rack Purging 6-76187-1 1F-5E-2-10
ADAPTER, Defueling (ALT) 2-76598-1 1F-5E-2-4
ADAPTER, Defueling 14-76021-1 1F-5E-2-4
ADAPTER, Defuel, External Fuel System 6-76009-1 1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-10
ADAPTER, Drain, Venting, Oxygen System 3-76213-1 1F-5E-2-3
ADAPTER, Forklift (MJ-1) TIF69J 1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-10
ADAPTER, Gunners Quadrant 4-76034-1 1F-5E-2-11
ADAPTER, Hose VG System NFT2 Tester 21C6081G01 1F-5E-2-5
ADAPTER, Hydraulic Hand Jack (Main Wheel) 14-76037-1 1F-5E-2-11
ADAPTER KIT, Scale, Push or Pull, Flight Control System 3-76731-1 1F-5E-2-2
ADAPTER, Mooring (Flyaway) 14-76203-1 1F-5E-2-11
ADAPTER, Nose Landing Gear Jack (Flyaway) 14-76014-1 1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-11
ADAPTER, Rigging, Variable Exhaust Nozzle Actuator 21C3130G01 1F-5E-2-5

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Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


ADAPTER, Roller PDG0325 1F-5E-2-5
ADAPTER, Seat Hoisting 14-76126-1 1F-5E-2-11
ADAPTER, Service Stand MBSS2 1F-5E-2-11
ADAPTER, Spring, Gun Gas Deflector 6-76043-1 1F-5E-2-3
ADAPTER, 150 Gal Tank - Fuel 6-76096-1 1F-5E-2-4
ADAPTER, 275 Gal Tank - Fuel 14-76028-1 1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-10
ADAPTER, Test, Pitot-Static System 14-76006-1 1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-8
ADAPTER, Test, Pitot-Static System 53E210091-1 1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-8
ADAPTER, Test, Pitot-Static System 3-76703-1 1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-8
ADAPTER, Torque Wrench (Gun Door) 6-76168-1 1F-5E-2-3
ADAPTER AND PROTRACTOR, Torque and Travel, Brake Pedal 3-76047-1 1F-5E-2-7
ADAPTER SET, Backlash Detector, Horizontal Tail, Aileron, Rudder 2-76325-501 1F-5E-2-2
ALIGNMENT SET, Wing Leading Edge (Maneuvering) Flap 14-76010-1/-501* 1F-5E-2-2
ALIGNMENT TOOL, Gun Gas Deflector 6-76046-1 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-10
ANALYZER, Jet Engine and Fuel Control 21C3838G06/21C3838G07 1F-5E-2-5
BOX, Interconnecting (EGT) BH361-8 1F-5E-2-5
BRUSH, Cleaning Bore, 20mm Gun 7225087 1F-5E-2-10
CABLE ASSEMBLY, Engine and Instruments Cross Check 14-76029-1 1F-5E-2-5
CABLE ASSEMBLY, Maneuvering Flap Switch 14-76035-1 1F-5E-2-2
CABLE ASSEMBLY SET, Electrical, AIMS (used with test set TTU229E) 14-76055-501 1F-5E-2-8
CABLE ASSEMBLY SET, Electrical (Angle-of-Attack) 14-76003-1 1F-5E-2-6
CABLE ASSEMBLY SET, Electrical (Fire Detector System) 14-76045-1 1F-5E-2-6
CABLE ASSEMBLY, Special Purpose, Electrical, CADC (u/vv TTU 14-76009-1 1F-5E-2-8
205C/E)
CABLE, Tow, Aircraft 14-76065-1 1F-5E-2-11
CART ASSEMBLY, Nitrogen Recharger (2 cyl) 55D6496 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-8
1F-5E-2-11

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Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


CART, Hand, Oxygen Cylinder Recharging (2 cyl) 55D6053 1F-5E-2-3
CART, Service, Variable Nozzle Actuator 21C3128G01/21C3887G02 1F-5E-2-5
CHARGER AND TESTER SERVICE UNIT, VEN SYSTEM 21C3887G02 1F-5E-2-5
CHECKER, Firing Pin (Pylon) 2910D5683 1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-10
CLAMP FIXTURE, Variable Vane (IGY) 21C6016G01 1F-5E-2-5
CLAMP, Rigging, Aileron 3-76254-1 1F-5E-2-2
CLEANER, Vacuum W-C-001750 1F-5E-2-4
COMBINATION SQUARE (Bubble Protractor) GGGS656 1F-5E-2-8
COMPRESSOR, Air (Type MCIA) 66960 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-10
COMPRESSOR, Portable, Gas Engine MIL-B-26793 1F-5E-2-4
COMPRESSOR, Spring, Canopy Disconnect 2-76134-1 1F-5E-2-11
COMPRESSOR, Spring, Gun Gas Purging Door 6-76049-1 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-10
1F-5E-2-11
CONTROLLER, EGT Test H239-11 1F-5E-2-5
COUPLER-SELECTOR (used with test sets TTU-68/E and MD2A) 14-76025-1 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-4
COUPLER-SELECTOR (used with test sets GTF-6 and TF-20-1) 14-76025-501 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-4
COVER, Air-Conditioning and Cooling Ram Inlet Protective 14-76202-1, -2 1F-5E-2-11
COVER, Angle-of-Attack Probe 14-76042-1 1F-5E-2-11
COVER, Canopy Protective (Flyaway) 4-76024-1 1F-5E-2-11
COVER, Engine Inlet Protective (Flyaway) 14-76201-1, -2 1F-5E-2-11
COVER, Engine Tailpipe Protective 4-76040-1 1F-5E-2-11
COVER, Gun Barrel Protective (Flyaway) 6-76054-1 1F-5E-2-11
COVER, Pitot Tube 3-76050-1 1F-5E-2-11
COVER, UHF Radio Blade Antenna 3-76068-1 1F-5E-2-11
CRANE, Floor, Portable Hoist, Canopy and Seats MIL-C-38744 1F-5E-2-11

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Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


CRANE, Truck Mounted (Type AS32A16) MIL-C-27718 1F-5E-2-11
DISCHARGER, Electrical MS25384-1 1F-5E-2-4
EDUCTOR, Air (Fuel System) DP32119 1F-5E-2-4
EXPANDER, Spring Cable Quadrant, Rudder 2-76736-1 1F-5E-2-2
EXPANDER, Spring, Rod, Horizontal Stabilizer 2-76733-1 1F-5E-2-2
EXTENSION, VEN Housing 21C2751G002 1F-5E-2-5
EXTINGUISHER, Fire Vaporizing (Type FEUIM) MIL-E-26243 1F-5E-2-5
EXTRACTOR, Cartridge MBEU29676 1F-5E-2-11
FILLER AND PRESSURIZATION UNIT, Hydraulic System MIL-F-83766 1F-5E-2-10
FITTING, Pressure Test (Plumbing-Refrig) 14-76132-501 1F-5E-2-3
FIXTURE, Holding, Radome - Radar Nose 14-76002-1 1F-5E-2-10
FIXTURES Holding, VG Feedback Cable 21C6123P01 1F-5E-2-5
GAGE, Afterburner Depth 21C3015G-001 1F-5E-2-5
GAGE ASSY, Pressure, Engine Afterburner Case 14-76289-1 1F-5E-2-20-5
GAGE, Depth, Main Igniter Plug 21C863G002 1F-5E-2-5
GAGE, Drive Shaft Alignment 14-76093-1 1F-5E-2-5
GAGE, Hydraulic Pressure Reducer Valve (Rudder Tester) 430L 1F-5E-2-2
GAGE, Movable Vane Alignment 21C6017G01/21C6140G01 1F-5E-2-5
GAGE, Pressure, Fuel Boost Pump Test (30 psi) 2-76553-50 1 1F-5E-2-4
GAGE, Release Angle, J-Hook 14-76039-1 1F-5E-2-10
GAGE SET, External Fuel Pressure 6-76039-1 1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-10
GAGE SET, Pressure, Dial Indicating, Hydraulic System 2-76434-501 1F-5E-2-3
GAGE, Tester, Main Landing Gear Brake (Pressure 1000 psi) AW1842AD01 1F-5E-2-7
GAGE, Variable Geometry Actuator Rod (IGV) 21C6080G01 1F-5E-2-5
GENERATOR, Signal MIL-G-38712 1F-5E-2-9
GENERATOR SET, Gas Engine, 60 kw AM32A60A 1F-5E-2-2 thru
1F-5E-2-11
GRIP, Belt, 20mm Ammunition 6-76072-1 1F-5E-2-10
GUN, Heat (25 - 60 Hz, 115V) LFT500 1F-5E-2-3
GUN, Lubricating Grease, Pressure MIL-G-3859/8F9866 1F-5E-2-11
HANDLE, Installation and Removal, 20mm Gun 6-76075-1 1F-5E-2-10

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Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


HARNESS, Aircraft Canopy 48D7180 1F-5E-2-3
HEADSET, Microphone (Type H133AA1C) 372-8CMC 1F-5E-2-2 thru
1F-5E-2-11
HEATING DEVICE, Air CV4504 1F-5E-2-6
1F-5E-2-7
HOSE ASSEMBLY, Hydraulic MS28762-4 1F-5E-2-3
HOSE ASSEMBLY, Liquid Oxygen Converter Drain MS24548-5-180 1F-5E-2-3
INDICATOR, Dial, and Support Assembly MIL-I-18422 1F-5E-2-2
INDICATOR, Combustible Gas 464284 1F-5E-2-4
INTERCOMMUNICATION SET ANGIC3 1F-5E-2-2 thru
1F-5E-2-11
JACK, Hydraulic, Hand (Type 4A) 53D22020 1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-10
1F-5E-2-11
JACK, Hydraulic Tripod (5 ton) B-5N WITH KITA 1F-5E-2-10
1F-5E-2-11
KIT, Ground Cooling (INS) 30A213-1 1F-5E-2-8
KIT, Gun Boresight (Type J1) B-3153/7799773/B3149 1F-5E-2-10
KIT, Pressurizing MK20AUP 1F-5E-2-10
KIT, Purging, Liquid Oxygen System KMU78E/MIL-P-27 431A 1F-5E-2-3
KIT, Parts, Test, Cabin Leakage 3-76465-503 1F-5E-2-3
LADDER, Boarding, Aircraft (2/F) 2-76080-501 1F-5E-2-1-1
LANTERN, Electric 398/927T 1F-5E-2-5
LEVER, Door, Drag Chute 6-76004-1 1F-5E-2-2
LEVER, Installation and Removal, 20mm Gun 6-76076-1 1F-5E-2-10
LOADER, 20 mm Ammunition (LH) 6-76127-1 1F-5E-2-10
MASK, Air Line GGG-M-125/1 1F-5E-2-4
MEGOHMMETER 1863-9700 1F-5E-2-11
MIRROR, Engine Inspection 14-76061-1 1F-5E-2-5
MOTOR-GENERATOR, Skid Mounted MIL-M-4818 1F-5E-2-2 thru
1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-8
1F-5E-2-11

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TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


MULTIMETER, Fluke 8025 1F-5E-2-4
MULTIMETER 960 (or equivalent) 1F-5E-2-2 thru
(AN/PSM-37) 1F-5E-2-11
MULTIMETER, Digital 537084266 1F-5E-2-14
OILER, Hand 606S 1F-5E-2-11
OXYGEN REGULATOR, TESTER, Field 31TA2655-2 1F-5E-2-3
PAD, Personnel Protection, Rudder 2-76712-1 1F-5E-2-11
PIN AND STREAMER ASSEMBLY, Ejector Spring Rig MBEU1064GQ5 1F-5E-2-11
PIN AND STREAMER ASSEMBLY, Ground Safety MBEU52712/MBEU52965 1F-5E-2-11
PIN AND STREAMER ASSEMBLY, Ground Safety MBEU62000 1F-5E-2-11
PIN, Arresting Hook Ground Safety (Flyaway) 14-76047-1 1F-5E-2-7
PIN, Ground Safety (Flyaway) 6-76180-1 1F-5E-2-10
PIN, Ground Safety (Flyaway) 6-76183-1 1F-5E-2-10
PIN, Ground Safety (Flyaway) 6-76191-1 1F-5E-2-10
PIN, Lock, Safety, Jettison (Flyaway) 4-76107-1 1F-5E-2-11
PIN, Nose Gear Downlock Safety 52229 1F-5E-2-11
PIN PUSHER, Actuator Ring (IGV) 21C6014G01 1F-5E-2-5
PIN, Quick-Release (MLG Downlock) (Flyaway) 14-76200-1 1F-5E-2-7
PIN, Quick-Release, Ground Safety (MLG Flyaway) 6-76007-1 1F-5E-2-7
PIN, Rig, Afterburner Fuel Control 21C3826G01 1F-5E-2-5
PIN, Rig, Main Fuel Control Shaft 21C868G002 1F-5E-2-5
PIN, Rig, Variable Exhaust Nozzle 21C3132G01 1F-5E-2-5
PIN, Rig, Variable Exhaust Actuator 21C3133G01 1F-5E-2-5
PIN, Safety, Aircraft Ground (Flyaway) 14-76018-1 1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-11
PIN, Safety, Canopy Jettison (Flyaway) 3-76774-1 1F-5E-2-11
PINCERS, Side Jaw 1099 1F-5E-2-8
PLATFORM, Maintenance (Type 4A) 5456345 1F-5E-2-2 thru
1F-5E-2-11
PLATFORM, Maintenance (Type EB-1) MIL-M-5777C-B1 1F-5E-2-2 thru
1F-5E-2-11
PLIERS, Variable Exhaust Nozzle Actuator Piston 21C3135G01 1F-5E-2-5

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Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


PLUG, Pylon Ground Safety (Flyaway) 6-76192-1 1F-5E-2-10
PROBE, Heater Thermocouple, EGT Test(s) 21C3831P01 1F-5E-2-5
PROBE, Heater Thermocouple, EGT Test(s) 21C3831P02 1F-5E-2-5
PROTRACTOR GGGP676/599-425-1204-1 1F-5E-2-7
PULLER, Mechanical (20mm) 8407266 1F-5E-2-10
PULLER, Mechanical Slide Hammer GGGP781 1F-5E-2-2
PUMP UNIT, Vacuum MIL-P-83950 1F-5E-2-11
PUNCH, Drive Pin Knockout (20mm) 8407262 1F-5E-2-10
PUSHER, Ram, Variable Exhaust Nozzle Power Unit 21C6072G01/21C3887G02 1F-5E-2-5
QUADRANT, M-1 Gunners (MIAI) 7197156 1F-5E-2-10
1F-5E-2-11
RACK, Engine, Test and Run (NORJET) 3-76697-503 1F-5E-2-5
RULE, Variable Exhaust Nozzle Exit Area 21C916G1 1F-5E-2-5
SCALE, TENSION, Spring Resilience 80D 1F-5E-2-2
1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-11
SCALE, Tension, Variable Exhaust Nozzle Rigging 21C3131G01 1F-5E-2-5
SELECTOR SET, Electrical System, Landing Gear (NLG/MLG) 14-76008-501 1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-10
SEMITRAILER, Tank, Fuel WCL872 1F-5E-2-4
SHIELD, RF Radiation 14-76062-1 1F-5E-2-10
SIMULATOR, Initiator, Emergency Escape System 803582-21 1F-5E-2-11
SLING, Hoisting, Aircraft Maintenance 3-76070-505 1F-5E-2-11
SPANNER, Barrel TD0824 1F-5E-2-11
SPANNER, Cartridge MBEU7202 1F-5E-2-11
STAFF, Cleaning, 20mm Gun 8766012 1F-5E-2-10
STAND, Maintenance MBSS1 1F-5E-2-11
STAND, Maintenance, Rail Type MMU89E 1F-5E-2-5
STAND, Test, Aircraft Hydraulic System MK3A-220-60 1F-5E-2-2
1F-5E-2-11
STAND, Test, Aircraft Hydraulic System (Gas Engine) (Type MJ2A) MIL-S-26877A 1F-5E-2-2
1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-10

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TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


STOPWATCH MIL-S-14823 1F-5E-2-2 thru
1F-5E-2-11
SUPPORT, Aircraft Nose Landing Gear 14-76032-1 1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-11
TABLE, Rate-of-Turn S347 1F-5E-2-14
TANK, Drain, Liquid Oxygen Converter Assembly 59D3854 1F-5E-2-3
TANK, Storage, Liquid Oxygen (50 gal) TMU27M 1F-5E-2-11
TARGET SET, Harmonization and Boresight 14-76005-501 1F-5E-2-10
TELESCOPE 7799773 1F-5E-2-10
TENSIOMETER, Dial Indicating MIL-T-38760 1F-5E-2-2
1F-5E-2-5
TENSIOMETER, Dial Indicating, Control Systems 2-76732-1 1F-5E-2-2
TEST SET, Armament Circuits 14-76023-1 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-10
TEST SET, Cabin Temperature Control System 18-76004-1 1F-5E-2-3
TEST SET, Computer TTU229E 1F-5E-2-8
TEST SET, Displacement Gyro 2 Platform 13A0851 1F-5E-2-8
TEST SET, Electrical Power System (13/15 KVA) 14-76024-1 1F-5E-2-6
1F-5E-2-8
TEST SET, Engine Operation A2258G704 1F-5E-2-5
TEST SET, Flight Control (SRHL System) 7953281-001 1F-5E-2-14
TEST SET, Fuel/LOX (GTF-6) 361-015-001 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-4
TEST SET, Fuel/LOX System TF20-1 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-4
TEST SET, Guided Missile Launcher (Type AN/ASM-11) 58A63F1/14-76023-1 1F-5E-2-10
TEST SET, Indicator (Type MD2A) T4687ASG 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-4
TEST SET, Indicator (TTU68E) 1429A 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-4

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Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


TEST SET, Nozzle Position Indicator 21C2582G002 1F-5E-2-5
TEST SET, Pressure, Temperature TTU205C/E (or equivalent) 1F-5E-2-2
1F-5E-2-5
1F-5E-2-7
1F-5E-2-8
TEST SET, Radar (AN/UPM-141) 54000-40001 1F-5E-2-20
TEST SET, Radar (AN/UPM-141A) 54000-43001 1F-5F-2-20
TEST SET, Radar (AN/APM-387A) 54000-42001 1F-5E-2-20
TEST SET, Radar Beacon (AN/UMP-138) 01-26920H01 1F-5E-2-9
TEST SET, Ramp, (Type 972Q-4) 622-2211-002 1F-5E-2-9
TEST SET, Relay 6-76505-501 1F-5E-2-6
TEST SET, Stability Augmenter System 14-76022-1 1F-5E-2-2
TEST SET, Synchro, Instrument Field 13819-2-A 1F-5E-2-8
TEST SET, TACAN ANARM25C 1F-5E-2-9
TEST SET, Transponder ANAPM123V3/ANAPM378 1F-5E-2-9
TEST SET, Variable Exhaust Nozzle Actuator 21C3887G02/21C3129G01 1F-5E-2-5
TESTER, Compression and Tension (0 - 30 lbs) L30 1F-5E-2-2
1F-5E-2-5
1F-5E-2-7
TESTER, Firing Pin (20 mm) E3279 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-10
TESTER, Fuel System Leakage 2-76552-1 1F-5E-2-4
TESTER, Leakage, Oxygen System (Type TTU69E) 59B3600 1F-5E-2-3
TESTER, Maneuvering Flap Switches 14-76013-501 1F-5E-2-2
TESTER, Leakage, Pressurized Cabin 60 Hz, 220 vac AFM24T3 1F-5E-2-3
TESTER, Rocket Continuity and Circuit (Type A-1) 22D8G1/4-000ITS 1F-5E-2-10
TESTER, Spring Release (0 - 1 lb) L1M 1F-5E-2-2
TESTER, Spring Resilience (0 - 5 lb) DPP5 1F-5E-2-2
TESTER, Spring Resilience (0 - 100 lb) DPPH100MRP 1F-5E-2-2
TESTER, VG System 64A128J1 1F-5E-2-5
THERMOMETER, Self-Indicating Liquid in Glass, Air-Conditioning 21412 1F-5E-2-3
System
1F-5E-2-5

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Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


TIEDOWN KIT, Gun Harmonization 6-76038-501 1F-5E-2-10
TOOL, Boresight, Laser Beam 14-76143-1 1F-5E-2-10
TOOL, CABLE STRAP INSTALLATION, Hand, Self-Locking MS90387-1 1F-5E-2-3
TOOL, Opening and Restraining, Engine Inlet Door 14-76019-1 1F-5E-2-5
TOOL, Removing, Piston 67D45998 1F-5E-2-10
TOOL, Webbing Entry MBEU36642 1F-5E-2-11
TOOL KIT, Crimp, Coaxial Cable 14-76097-501 1F-5E-2-13
TOOL KIT, Ele Conn Crimp MS27426 1F-5E-2-7
TORQUE FIXTURE, Flap, Wing Leading Edge (Manuv Flap) 14-76011-1/-501** 1F-5E-2-2
TORQUE TOOL, Arresting Hook 8-76202-1 1F-5E-2-7
TRACTOR, Wheeled (Type MB4) MIL-T-26025 1F-5E-2-8
TRAILER, Munitions 76H05000 1F-5E-2-4
TRUCK, Bomb Lift (Type MJ-1) 7447187-10 1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-10
VOLTMETER, 15 vdc (Model 931) 931T5222-7540 1F-5E-2-8
VOLTMETER (Supports Electrical Power AC Generator System) TS340U 1F-5E-2-6
VOLTMETER, Digital 3440A 1F-5E-2-20
WRENCH, Adapter, Torque MBEU1925RU 1F-5E-2-11
WRENCH, Main Fuel Control Input Shaft 21C2546P011 1F-5E-2-5
WRENCH, Open End, Fixed, Landing Gear Strut 6-76006-1 1F-5E-2-7
WRENCH, Overcenter, Unlocking (20 mm) 11568 1F-5E-2-10
WRENCH, Release, Main Landing Gear Downlock 6-76010-1 1F-5E-2-7
WRENCH, Socket (Aft Fuselage) 14-76111-1 1F-5E-2-11
WRENCH, Socket, l/4" Dr, 6" AN8508-34 1F-5E-2-7
WRENCH, Socket Attachment Set (Jett Pylon) 14-76038-1 1F-5E-2-10
WRENCH, Socket Attachment, Socket Head Screw FA6A (or equivalent) 1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-5
WRENCH, Spanner Attachment (NLG & ACTR) AN8515-1 1F-5E-2-2
WRENCH, Spanner, Cylinder Plug (20 mm) 8420377 1F-5E-2-10
WRENCH, Spanner, Main Landing Gear AN8514-1 1F-5E-2-7
WRENCH, Spanner, Recoil Spring Retainer (20 mm) 8413950 1F-5E-2-10

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Table 1-2. Nonillustrated GFE/CFE List of Equipment - Continued

DESCRIPTION PART NO. TO NO.


WRENCH, Special Offset (1/2) 21C2638P010 1F-5E-2-5
WRENCH SET, Open End (Pylon) 6-76097-1 1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-10
*Modified by TCTO 33DA21-1-503
**Modified by TCTO 33DA21-171-501

1.3 LOCAL MANUFACTURED NORTHROP TOOLS Tool (LMNT) has been designed to perform a particular mainte-
(LMNTs). nance function. LMNT numbers have been assigned to facilitate
references made in the Job Guide Manuals (JGMs). Each figure
The tools and test equipment listed in Table 1-3 may be locally contains all necessary instructions and materials required for the
manufactured as required. Each Local Manufactured Northrop fabrication of tools and test equipment.

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TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Table 1-3. Local Manufactured Northrop Tools (LMNTs) List

NAME LMNT NO. FIGURE NO. TO NO.


ADAPTER, Arresting Hook Damper Servicing 20 Figure 1-33 1F-5E-2-7
ADAPTER, Cabin Pressure Test 40 Figure 1-53 1F-5E-2-3
ADAPTER CABLE, Gear Control Panel Test 111 Figure 1-111 1F-5E-2-7
ADAPTER, Horizontal Tail Torque Wrench 46 Figure 1-59 1F-5E-2-2
ADAPTER, Landing Gear Trunnion Grease Gun 25 Figure 1-38 1F-5E-2-7
ADAPTER, Main Landing Gear Shock Strut Servicing 2 Figure 1-15 1F-5E-2-11
ADAPTER, Nose Landing Gear Shock Strut Servicing 3 Figure 1-16 1F-5E-2-11
ADAPTER, Pylon Jettison Disconnect Test 69 Figure 1-82 1F-5E-2-10
ADAPTER, Rain Repellent Fluid Drain 48 Figure 1-61 1F-5E-2-3
ADAPTER, Rate Gyro Test 60 Figure 1-73 1F-5E-2-14
ADAPTER, Rocket/Dispenser Disconnect Test 70 Figure 1-83 1F-5E-2-10
ADAPTER, SUU-20 and MER Disconnect Test 71 Figure 1-84 1F-5E-2-10
ADAPTER, Tow Reel 23 Figure 1-36 1F-5E-2-10
ADAPTERS, Hydraulic Test Stand Hose 1 Figure 1-14 1F-5E-2-11
BLOCK, Gun Gas Deflector Servicing 7 Figure 1-20 1F-5E-2-10
BOTTAIL DOLLY and ADAPTER ASSEMBLY 73 Figure 1-86 1F-5E-2-11
BOX, Power Distribution 120 Figure 1-113 1F-5E-2-7
CABLE, Aircraft Ground 79 Figure 1-92 1F-5E-2-11
CABLE ASSEMBLY, Fuel and LOX Power 86 Figure 1-99 1F-5E-2-3
1F-5E-2-4
CABLE ASSEMBLY, Relay Test (J) 75 Figure 1-88 1F-5E-2-6
CABLE ASSEMBLY, Seat Restraint 4 Figure 1-17 1F-5E-2-11
CABLE, Conrac W3 Extension 62 Figure 1-75 1F-5E-2-14
CABLE, Multiplexer-Recorder Interconnect 63 Figure 1-76 1F-5E-2-14
CABLE, Rate Gyro to Rate Table 64 Figure 1-77 1F-5E-2-14
CABLE, Rate Table to Aircraft Harness 65 Figure 1-78 1F-5E-2-14
CABLE, Conrac W4 Extension 67 Figure 1-80 1F-5E-2-14
CABLE, Conrac W5 Extension 80 Figure 1-93 1F-5E-2-14
CABLE, Engine Ground Run Tiedown 36 Figure 1-49 1F-5E-2-5
CABLE, Engine Ground Run Tiedown (Alternate) 37 Figure 1-50 1F-5E-2-5
CABLE, Engine Harness-to-Engine Junction Box Extension 41 Figure 1-54 1F-5E-2-5
CABLE, Fuel Adapter PN 8043886-90 91 Figure 1-104 1F-5E-2-4

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TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Table 1-3. Local Manufactured Northrop Tools (LMNTs) List - Continued

NAME LMNT NO. FIGURE NO. TO NO.


CABLE, Fuel Adapter P3-To-W5 92 Figure 1-105 1F-5E-2-4
CABLE, IFF/SIF Test 28 Figure 1-41 1F-5E-2-9
CABLE, Leading Edge Flap Test 54 Figure 1-67 1F-5E-2-2
CABLE, LOX Adapter PN 8043886-10 87 Figure 1-100 1F-5E-2-3
CABLE, LOX Adapter PN 8043886-30 88 Figure 1-101 1F-5E-2-3
CABLE, LOX Adapter PN 8043886-50 89 Figure 1-102 1F-5E-2-3
CABLE, LOX Adapter PN 8043886-70 90 Figure 1-103 1F-5E-2-3
CABLES, AN/ARC-186 Antenna Power Test 81 Figure 1-94 1F-5E-2-9
CABLE, Trailing Edge Flap Test 55 Figure 1-68 1F-5E-2-2
CABLE, UHF Antenna Test 59 Figure 1-72 1F-5E-2-9
CHOCK ASSEMBLY, Adjustable Wheel 83 Figure 1-96 1F-5E-2-11
CLAMP, Drag Chute Cable 5 Figure 1-18 1F-5E-2-11
COIL, Degaussing 82 Figure 1-95 1F-5E-2-14
CORD, Ground Crew Intercom Service 6 Figure 1-19 1F-5E-2-11
COVERS, Fuselage Hydraulic Quick-Disconnect 8 Figure 1-21 1F-5E-2-11
EXTENSION, Grease Gun 9 Figure 1-22 1F-SE-2-11
FILE, Hand 22 Figure 1-35 1F-5E-2-2
FIXTURE, Air Supply Ducts and Valve Leakage Test 68 Figure 1-81 1F-5E-2-3
FIXTURE, Main Landing Gear Inboard Door Rigging 33 Figure 1-46 1F-5E-2-7
FIXTURE, Nose Gear Door Rigging 24 Figure 1-37 1F-5E-2-7
FIXTURE, Modified Radome Holding 76 Figure 1-89 1F-5E-2-10
FIXTURE, Reconnaissance Nose Defog Duct Leakage Test 78 Figure 1-91 1F-5E-2-3
GAGE, Bevel 21 Figure 1-34 1F-5E-2-2
GAGE, Block 18 Figure 1-31 1F-5E-2-5
GAGE, Brake Pressure Tester 26 Figure 1-39 1F-5E-2-7
GAGE, Hydraulic System Pressure Tester 85 Figure 1-98 1F-5E-2-3
GAGE, In-Line Pressure 44 Figure 1-57 1F-5E-2-8
GAGE, Rudder Hydraulic Pressure Tester 17 Figure 1-30 1F-5E-2-3
GAGE, Throttle Setting Engine Crank 39 Figure 1-52 1F-5E-2-5
GUIDE, Leading Edge Flap Attach Bolt 84 Figure 1-97 1F-5E-2-2
GUIDE, Landing Gear Shock Strut Inflation 10 Figure 1-23 1F-5E-2-7
HEAT TAPE, Assembly 95 Figure 1-108 1F-5E-2-14

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TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Table 1-3. Local Manufactured Northrop Tools (LMNTs) List - Continued

NAME LMNT NO. FIGURE NO. TO NO.


HOSE, Brake Bleed 27 Figure 1-40 1F-5E-2-7
HOSE, Cabin Pressure System Adapter 51 Figure 1-64 1F-5E-2-3
HOSE, Main Landing Gear Shock Strut Bleed 11 Figure 1-24 1F-5E-2-11
HOSE, Nose Landing Gear Shock Strut Bleed 12 Figure 1-25 1F-5E-2-11
KIT, Bleed Air Duct Leakage Test 77 Figure 1-90 1F-5E-2-3
KIT, Trailing Edge Flaps and Horizontal Tail Travel 30 Figure 1-43 1F-5E-2-2
Measurement
LAMP, TACAN-84(V) Test 29 Figure 1-42 1F-5E-2-9
PAD, Gun Bay Door Protective 74 Figure 1-87 1F-5E-2-10
PIN, Cable Quick-Disconnect Release 13 Figure 1-26 1F-5E-2-2 thru
1F-5E-2-5
1F-5E-2-11
PIN, Throttle Adjusting 66 Figure 1-79 1F-5E-2-5
PINS, Canopy Rig 14 Figure 1-27 1F-5E-2-11
PINS, Control Surface Rig 45 Figure 1-58 1F-5E-2-2
PLACARD, Warning 42 Figure 1-55 1F-5E-2-2 thru
1F-5E-2-11
1F-5E-2-14
PLATE, Air Supply Duct Adapter 56 Figure 1-69 1F-5E-2-3
PLUGS, #1GCU and #2GCU Shunt 72 Figure 1-85 1F-5E-2-11
POSITIONER, AOA Transmitter Vane 116 Figure 1-112 1F-5E-2-8
PROBE, Residual Fuel Drain 15 Figure 1-28 1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-10
PULLER, Horizontal Tail Taper Pin 47 Figure 1-60 1F-5E-2-2
SHIELD, Fire Detection Cable 38 Figure 1-51 1F-5E-2-5
STUD, Fuel Tank Access Door Locating 16 Figure 1-29 1F-5E-2-4
SUPPORT, Pitot Tube 52 Figure 1-65 1F-5E-2-10
TEMPLATE, Landing Gear Switch Rigging 43 Figure 1-56 1F-5E-2-7
TEST SET, Strain Gage Calibration 61 Figure 1-74 1F-5E-2-14
TOOL, Canopy Downlock Mechanism Adjustment 121 Figure 1-114 1F-5E-2-11
TOOL, Clamp, Strain Gage 94 Figure 1-107 1F-5E-2-14
TOOL, Door Opening, Lower Avionics and Gun Bay Access 101 Figure 1-110 1F-5E-2-11
Door

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TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Table 1-3. Local Manufactured Northrop Tools (LMNTs) List - Continued

NAME LMNT NO. FIGURE NO. TO NO.


TOOL, Gearbox Coupling 96 Figure 1-109
TOOL, Leading Edge Flap 35 Figure 1-48 1F-5E-2-2
TOOL, Nose Gear Door 53 Figure 1-66 1F-5E-2-7
TOOL, Pin Removal 93 Figure 1-106 1F-5E-2-7
TOOL, Power Shaft Clearance Check 34 Figure 1-47 1F-5E-2-5
TOOL, Push-to-Drain 19 Figure 1-32 1F-5E-2-4
1F-5E-2-11
TOOL, Seal Installation, Hike, Nose Landing Gear 124 Figure 1-117 1F-5E-2-7
TOOL, Seal Installation, Main Landing Gear 123 Figure 1-116 1F-5E-2-7
WEDGE, Arresting Hook Restraining 32 Figure 1-45 1F-5E-2-7
WRENCH, Air Diverter Valve 50 Figure 1-63 1F-5E-2-5
WRENCH, Drogue Chute Spanner 57 Figure 1-70 1F-5E-2-11
WRENCH, Fuel Roost Pump Spanner 31 Figure 1-44 1F-5E-2-4
WRENCH, Precheck Valve Spanner 49 Figure 1-62 1F-5E-2-4
WRENCH, Seat Actuator 122 Figure 1-115 1F-5E-2-11
WRENCH, Throttle Friction 58 Figure 1-71 1F-5E-2-5

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TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-14. Hydraulic Test Stand Hose Adapters (LMNT 1)

1-30
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-15. Main Landing Gear Shock Strut Servicing Adapter (LMNT 2)

Figure 1-16. Nose Landing Gear Shock Strut Servicing Adapter (LMNT 3)

1-31
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-17. Seat Restraint Cable Assembly (LMNT 4)

1-32
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-18. Drag Chute Cable Clamp (LMNT 5)

1-33
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-19. Ground Crew Intercom Service Cord (LMNT 6)

1-34
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-20. Gun Gas Deflector Servicing Block (LMNT 7)

1-35
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-21. Fuselage Hydraulic Quick-Disconnect Covers (LMNT 8)

1-36
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-22. Grease Gun Extension (LMNT 9)

1-37
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-23. Landing Gear Shock Strut Inflation Guide (LMNT 10)

1-38
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-24. Main Landing Gear Shock Strut Bleed Hose (LMNT 11)

Figure 1-25. Nose Landing Gear Shock Strut Bleed Hose (LMNT 12)

1-39
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-26. Cable Quick-Disconnect Release Pin (LMNT 13)

Figure 1-27. Canopy Rig Pins (LMNT 14)

1-40
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-28. Residual Fuel Drain Probe (LMNT 15)

1-41
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-29. Fuel Tank Access Door Locating Stud (LMNT 16)

Figure 1-30. Rudder Hydraulic Pressure Tester Gage (LMNT 17)

1-42
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-31. Block Gage (LMNT 18)

Figure 1-32. Push-to-Drain Tool (LMNT 19)

1-43
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-33. Arresting Hook Damper Servicing Adapter (LMNT 20)

1-44
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-34. Bevel Gage (LMNT 21)

1-45
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-35. Hand File (LMNT 22)

1-46
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-36. Tow Reel Adapter (LMNT 23)

1-47
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-37. Nose Gear Door Rigging; Fixture (LMNT 24)

1-48
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-38. Landing Gear Trunnion Grease Gun Adapter (LMNT 25)

1-49
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-39. Brake Pressure Tester Gage (LMNT 26)

Figure 1-40. Brake Bleed Hose (LMNT 27)

1-50
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-41. IFF/SIF Test Cable (LMNT 28)

Figure 1-42. TACAN-84(V) Test Lamp (LMNT 29)

1-51
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-43. Trailing Edge Flaps and Horizontal Tail Travel Measurement Kits (LMNT 30 and LMNT 30A)

1-52
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-44. Fuel Boost Pump Spanner Wrench (LMNT 31)

1-53
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-45. Arresting Hook Restraining Wedge (LMNT 32)

1-54
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-46. Main Landing Gear Inboard Door Rigging Fixture (LMNT 33)

1-55
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-47. Power Shaft Clearance Check Tool (LMNT 34)

Figure 1-48. Leading Edge Flap Tool (LMNT 35)

1-56
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-49. Engine Ground Run Tiedown Cable (LMNT 36)

1-57
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-50. Engine Ground Run Tiedown Cable (Alternate) (LMNT 37)

1-58
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-51. Fire Detector Cable Shield (LMNT 38)

1-59
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-52. Throttle Setting Engine Crank Gage (LMNT 39)

1-60
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-53. Cabin Pressure Test Adapter (LMNT 40)

1-61
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-54. Engine Harness-to-Engine Junction Box Extension Cable (LMNT 41)

1-62
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-55. Warning Placard (LMNT 42)

1-63
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-56. Landing Gear Switch Rigging Template (LMNT 43)

1-64
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-57. Gage, In-Line Pressure (LMNT 44)

1-65
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-58. Control Surface Rig Pins (LMNT 45)

Figure 1-59. Horizontal Tail Torque Wrench Adapter (LMNT 46)

1-66
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-60. Horizontal Tail Taper Pin Puller (LMNT 47)

1-67
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-61. Rain Repellent Fluid Drain Adapter (LMNT 48)

1-68
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-62. Precheck Valve Spanner Wrench (LMNT 49)

1-69
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-63. Air Diverter Valve Wrench (LMNT 50)

1-70
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-64. Cabin Pressure System Adapter Hose (LMNT 51)

Figure 1-65. Pitot Tube Support (LMNT 52)

1-71
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-66. Nose Gear Door Tool (LMNT 53)

1-72
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-67. Leading Edge Flap Test Cable (LMNT 54)

1-73
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-68. Trailing Edge Flap Test Cable (LMNT 55)

1-74
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-69. Air Supply Duct Adapter Plate (LMNT 56)

1-75
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-70. Drogue Chute Spanner Wrench (LMNT 57)

1-76
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-71. Throttle Friction Wrench (LMNT 58)

1-77
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-72. UHF Antenna Test Cable (LMNT 59)

1-78
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-73. Adapter, Rate Gyro Test (LMNT 60)

1-79
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-74. Test Set, Strain Gage Calibration (LMNT 61)

1-80
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-75. Cable, Conrac W3 Extension (LMNT 62)

1-81
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-76. Cable, Multiplexer-Recorder Interconnect (LMNT 63)

Figure 1-77. Cable, Rate Gyro to Rate Table (LMNT 64)

1-82
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-78. Cable, Rate Table to Aircraft Harness (LMNT 65)

1-83
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-79. Throttle Adjusting Pin (LMNT 66)

Figure 1-80. Cable, Conrac W4 Extension (LMNT 67)

1-84
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-81. Air Supply Ducts and Valve Leakage Test Fixture (LMNT 68)

1-85
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-82. Pylon Jettison Disconnect Test Adapter (LMNT 69)

1-86
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-83. Rocket/Dispenser Disconnect Test Adapter (LMNT 70)

1-87
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-84. SUU-20 and MER Disconnect Test Adapter (LMNT 71)

Figure 1-85. #1GCU and #2GCU Shunt Plugs (LMNT 72)

1-88
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-86. Boattail Dolly and Adapter Assembly (LMNT 73)

1-89
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-87. Gun Bay Door Protective Pad (LMNT 74)

1-90
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-88. Relay Test Cable Assembly J (LMNT 75)

1-91
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-89. Modified Radome Holding Fixture (LMNT 76)

1-92
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-90. Bleed Air Duct Leakage Test Kit (LMNT 77)

1-93
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-91. Fixture, Reconnaissance Nose Defog Duct Leakage Test (LMNT 78)

1-94
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-92. Cable, Aircraft Ground (LMNT 79)

1-95
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-93. Cable, Conrac W5 Extension (LMNT 80)

Figure 1-94. AN/ARC-186 Antenna Power Test Cables (LMNT 81)

1-96
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-95. Degaussing Coil (LMNT 82)

1-97
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-96. Adjustable Wheel Chock Assembly (LMNT 83)

1-98
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-97. Leading Edge Flap Attach Bolt Guide (LMNT 84)

Figure 1-98. Gage, Hydraulic System Pressure Tester (LMNT 85)

1-99
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-99. Fuel and LOX Power Cable Assembly PN 8043887-10 (LMNT 86)

1-100
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-100. LOX Adapter Cable PN 8043886-10 (LMNT 87)

1-101
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-101. LOX Adapter Cable PN 8043886-30 (LMNT 88)

1-102
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-102. LOX Adapter Cable PN 8043886-50 (LMNT 89)

1-103
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-103. LOX Adapter Cable PN 8043886-70 (LMNT 90)

1-104
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-104. Fuel Adapter Cable PN 8043886-90 (LMNT 91)

1-105
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-105. Fuel Adapter Cable P3-to-W5 (LMNT 92)

1-106
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-106. Pin Removal Tool (LMNT 93)

1-107
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-107. Tool, Clamp, Strain Gage (LMNT 94)

1-108
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-108. Heat Tape Assembly (LMNT 95)

1-109
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-109. Gearbox Coupling Tool (LMNT 96)

1-110
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-110. Tool, Door Opening, Lower Avionics and Gun Bay Access Door (LMNT 101)

1-111
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-111. Adapter Cable, Gear Control Panel Test (LMNT 111)

1-112
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-112. Positioner - AOA Transmitter Vane (LMNT 116) (Sheet 1 of 2)

1-113
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-112. Positioner - AOA Transmitter Vane (LMNT 116) (Sheet 2)

1-114
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-113. Box, power distribution (LMNT 120)

1-115
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-114. Tool, Canopy Downlock Mechanism Adjustment (LMNT 121)

1-116
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-115. Wrench, Seat Actuator (LMNT 122)

1-117
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-116. Tool, Seal Installation, Main Landing Gear (LMNT 123)

1-118
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 1-117. Tool, Seal Installation, Hike, Nose Landing Gear (LMNT 124)

The adapter can be locally manufactured using one Pomona Banana Plug, Part No. 1330-2, NSN 5935-00-335-8778
or equivalent and one 1K OHM, 1 WATT RESISTOR, Part No. RCR32G102JR, NSN 5905-00-141-1267; or Part No.
RCR32G102JS, NSN 5905-00-121-9861. The adapter may be assembled as follows:
a. Unscrew each setscrew inside of plug.
b. Bend resistor leads to allow them to go through the plug access holes.
c. Tighten each setscrew and cut off excess of resistor leads.
d. Cover resistor leads and both sides of plug access holes with RTV162, Part No. 960120-1, NSN 8040-00-118-2695
or equivalent.
e. The leads provided with the multimeter have a rubber boot over the end of the leads that is inserted into the multimeter.
This boot must be cut off to allow the leads to be inserted into the adapter assembly.

Figure 1-118. 8025 Fluke Multimeter Adapter (LMNT-125)

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CHAPTER 2

COUNTING ACCELEROMETER SYSTEM FIELD LEVEL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

2.1 GENERAL INFORMATION. vdc input to the indicator and the window driver assembly to
operate the six accelerometer indicator counters. The indicator
2.2 GENERAL TIME TRANSMITTER SIMULATOR. converts 28 v input to 20.5 vdc for the transmitter and to 5.0
vdc for the integrated circuits of the window driver. The win-
This assembly, Part No. 7540930-130, Part of Part No. dow driver provides the timing, frequency and amplification re-
7833221-50 Case Assembly, performs two functions during quired to actuate the counters. J1 of the power input cable as-
field fault isolation: sembly connects to aircraft 28 vdc power and P1 is connected
to J1 of the counting accelerometer indicator. P1 of the window
a. Simulation of the General Time Transmitter compara- driver is connected to J2 of the counting accelerometer indicator.
tor outputs and checkout of the indicator power supply With the power input assembly switch set to ON, 20.5 vdc indi-
voltages. cator output is provided to the transmitter. With window driver
switch S1 set to ON, 5.0 vdc indicator output is provided to the
b. System checkout of the General Time Transmitter, in- integrated circuits of the window driver and all accelerometer
dicator and interconnecting aircraft harness. indicator counters start operating. (Refer to TO 1F-5E-4-11 for
support equipment parts list.)
2.2.1 Transmitter Simulation. Transmitter simula-
tion is accomplished using switches S4, S6 thru S13, and the P3 2.4 DISASSEMBLY.
cable. (Connectors P1 and P2 are not used.) With P3 connected
to the indicator and S4 in the IND position, the 5 and 20-volt Remove four screws from the chassis box and pull the chassis
indicator power supplies are switched to TP1 by S6. Switches assembly apart. (See Figure 2-1, Figure 2-2 and Figure 2-3.) All
S7 thru S12 when closed, simulate the transmitter SET signal components may now be readily removed. To remove contacts
and cause the associated counter to advance. In the systems from the connectors use an MS83723-31-20 or equivalent, ex-
checkout mode of operation, P1 mates with the transmitter and traction tool. Prior to contact extraction, remove the backshells
P2 with the aircraft transmitter mating connector. (Connector and slip over the cable harness. (Refer to TO 1F-5E-4-11 for
P3 is not used.) With S4 in the TRANS position, S5 allows parts list.)
the transmitter midpoint and output voltages to be monitored
as drive voltage is provided to the transmitter self-test input. 2.5 TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR.
Polarity of the input signal is determined by S3 and the input
level is adjusted using R2. With S2 in the 1G position, the Table 2-2 and Table 2-3 are brief troubleshooting tables listing
transmitter output can be monitored while the transmitter is failure modes, probable causes and remedies. A multimeter with
being appropriately oriented in the earths 1-G field. (Refer to suitable probes is the only troubleshooting equipment needed.
TO 1F-5E-4-11 for support equipment parts list.)
2.6 REASSEMBLY.
2.3 WINDOW DRIVER.
Reassemble in the reverse order of disassembly. Crimped
This assembly, Part No. 7832987-10, Part of Part No. connector contacts are assembled to the wire harness using an
7833221-10 Case Assembly, provides the timing, frequency and MS22520/1 or equivalent crimping tool. Contacts are inserted
amplification required to exercise the counting accelerometer in the connector shells using an MS883723-31-20 insertion
indicator counters at field level. tool.

2.3.1 Exercise of the Counting Acceleromter Indica-


tor. Exercise of the counting accelerometer indicator is ac-
complished using the power input cable assembly to provide 28

2-1
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

2.7 TESTING. greater exists between the conductors of P1, the P1 and
P2 connector shells, the chassis box and TP1. Similarly,
a. Connector contact retention test. Verify by visual in- with S4=TRANS, S7 thru S12=OPEN, verify greater
spection and by pulling gently on each conductor at the than 10 megohms resistance between the conductors at
rear of the connector that all contacts are fully seated. P3 (exception, 100 ohms P3-7 to P3-8), the chassis box,
TP1 and the P3 connector shell.
b. Continuity test (see Figure 2-1, Figure 2-2, Figure 2-3
and Figure 2-4). Verify that less than 0.5 ohm resistance d. Performance Test (Transmitter Simulator). With fresh
(except as noted) exists between the points listed in Ta- batteries installed, S1 = ON, S3 = + and S2 = SIM, use a
ble 2-1. Batteries shall be removed for all continuity multimeter to monitor the voltage between P1-11 (plus)
tests. and P1-10 (minus) while adjusting R2 over its operat-
ing range. The voltage should vary smoothly from 0 to 3
c. Conductor Leakage Test (Transmitter Simulator). Bat- volts. Set S1 to OFF, reverse the multimeter leads, posi-
teries shall not be installed for these tests. With S2 = tion S3 to - and S1 to ON. Verify that adjusting R2 again
+1G, S6 = IND verify that 10 megohms resistance or varies the voltage at P1 from 0 to 3 volts.

Table 2-1. Continuity Test Points

FROM TO NOTES
TRANSMITTER SIMULATOR (Figure 2-2)
P1-1 thru P1-9 P2-1 thru P2-9 P1-1 to P2-1, P1-2 to P2-2, etc.
P1-9 TP1 BLK S5=MP, S4=TRANS
P1-10 TP1 BLK S5=SIM, S4=TRANS
P1-12 TP1 RED S5=SIM, S4=TRANS
P1-10 TP1 RED S5=MP, S4=TRANS
P3-7 TP1 RED S4=IND, S6=20 V
P3-11 TP1 RED S4=IND, S6=5 V
P3-8 TP1 BLK S4=IND
P3-11 P3-1 S7 ON
P3-11 P3-2 S8 ON
P3-11 P3-3 S9 ON
P3-11 P3-4 S10 ON
TRANSMITTER SIMULATOR (Figure 2-3)
P3-11 P3-5 S11 ON
P3-11 P3-6 S12 ON
P3-7 P3-8 100 + 5 OHMS

2-2
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Table 2-1. Continuity Test Points - Continued

FROM TO NOTES
CABLE ASSEMBLY, POWER INPUT (Figure 2-2)
PART NO. 7540932-70, P/O 7833221-50 CASE ASSEMBLY
P1-1 J1-D Switch ON
P1-2 J1-G Switch ON
P1-5 J1-G Switch ON
WINDOW DRIVER (Figure 2-4)
P1-1 P1-2
P1-1 P1-3
P1-9 CASE GND.
P1-11 TP1
P1-7 TP2
P1-4 P1-5
P1-4 P1-6
P1-8 TP3
P1-11 (NEG. LEAD) P1-7 (POS LEAD) S1-ON MIN.
Resistance, Approx. 300 OHMS.
P1-11 (POS. LEAD) P1-7 (NEG. LEAD) S1-ON HIGH
Resistance Approx. 1.0 MEG.

Table 2-2. General Time Transmitter Simulator Troubleshooting Table

FAILURES PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY


With fresh batteries installed. S1=ON, S3=PLUS 1. Open wiring 1. Repair replace wire
and S2=SIM, no voltage is observed between P1-11
2. Defective or corroded battery 2. Replace battery holder
(+) and P1-10 (-) with rotation of R2.
holder
3. S1, S2 or S3 defective 3. Replace switch
4. R2 defective 4. Replace R2
Test point 1 jacks do not have continuity to P1 and 1. Open wiring 1. Repair replace wiring
P3 as indicated on Figure 2-2 when S4, S5 and S6
2. Defective switches 2. Replace switch
are actuated.
P3-4 through P3-6 and P3-11 do not have continuity 1. Open wiring 1. Repair replace wiring
when S7 through S12 are closed.
2. Defective switch or switches 2. Replace switch

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TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Table 2-3. Window Driver Troubleshooting Table

FAILURES PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY


Window driver does not exercise accelerometer 1. Open wiring Repair/replace wire
indicator counters (Refer to TO 1F-5E-2-8-1-2) (TP1
2. CR1 OPEN Replace CR1
reads 5 vdc and TP2 reads 20.5 vdc)
3. S1 defective Replace S1
4. U1, U2, U3 defective Replace U1, U2 or U3
No voltage at TP1 Open wiring Replace wire
No voltage at TP2 Open wiring Replace wire

Figure 2-1. Counting Accelerometer System Field Support Equipment

2-4
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 2-2. Schematic Cable Assembly, Power Input

2-5
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 2-3. Schematic General Time Simulator

2-6
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 2-4. Schematic Window Driver

2-7/(2-8 blank)
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

CHAPTER 3

FLIGHT LOADS RECORDER SYSTEM - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

3.1 INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE. 3.4 CHECKING/CHANGING RECORDER TAPE


CARTRIDGE.
The Flight Loads Recorder System is installed in the aircraft to
obtain time histories of various flight and load parameters and NOTE
of control surface or flap positions. Included in the recorder is a
Documentary Data Encoder (DDE) in which the parameters for
each flight (such as date, mission, base, etc) may be entered into
The recorded tape is retained in the cartridge
and turned in to supply for shipment to a des-
the system. All these data are recorded on a single removable ignated data recovery center for processing.
tape cartridge. The tape cartridge data is then edited and trans-
ferred to a second tape suitable for use on a conventional com-
puter. Loads, stresses, and fatigue damage are then determined
To prevent the recording of invalid data due
to the CAL DEACTIVATE switch being in
by computer from the time histories and the corresponding fa- the CALIBRATE/ACTIVATE position dur-
tigue damage, and service life is computed according to aircraft, ing flight, the switch is safetywired in the UP
base, or mission as determined from the input to the DDE. This position. This will prevent the recording of
information and the counting accelerometer data from the air- a calibration signal every three minutes that
craft serve as a basis for evaluating the structural fatigue expe- results in the recorded data being invalidated.
rience of these aircraft. (See TO 5F1-7-2-2.)

3.2 GENERAL INFORMATION. Because the magnetic tape cartridge of the MXU-553/A will
record only 15 hours of data, the amount of tape used should
The Flight Loads Recording System is made up of an be checked after every six to ten flights as follows: (See Figure
MXU-553/A Recorder, an ECU-68/A Converter Multiplexer, 3-1.)
a Documentary Data Encoder, and various accelerometers,
gyroscopes, strain gages, and potentiometers to generate the a. Open right forward avionics bay door.
data signals. The Documentary Data Encoder permits manual
settings for the individual flight data, consisting of aircraft b. Check the tape use indicator. Open cartridge door if nec-
serial number, gross weight, fuel weight, year, month and day, essary by releasing two fasteners. The indicator shows
and code numbers for base, mission, and configuration. These the amount of unused tape in percent. If less than 25
data are transferred to the magnetic tape. Time histories of percent remains, the cartridge should be replaced as in-
the following variables are recorded on the tape during each structed by Step c thru Step h. Otherwise, be sure the
flight: normal and lateral acceleration; roll, pitch, and yaw cartridge door is closed and locked with two fasteners
rates; rudder, horizontal tail, and flap deflection; strain gage and then close aft equipment bay door, or right forward
stress, altitude and Mach number. A store release signal also is avionics bay door, as applicable.
recorded.
c. Open cartridge door at top of recorder by releasing two
NOTE fasteners.

Strain gages are not used on aircraft modified by d. Note that cartridge is spring loaded and must be re-
TO 1F-5-931. strained to avoid sudden ejection. Place hand firmly
against cartridge and press down on catch.
3.3 OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT OF RECORDER
SYSTEM. e. Remove cartridge from recorder and turn in tape to sup-
plies as reparable.
To determine if the system is operating properly, refer to
TO 1F-5E-2-14-1, OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT OF FLIGHT
LOADS RECORDER SYSTEM.

3-1
TO 1F-5E-2-12-2

Figure 3-1. Flight Loads Recorder System

f. Obtain new cartridge from supplies in exchange for m. Ensure that CAL DEACTIVATE switch is safetywired
used tape. in the UP position with wire PN MS20995CY20. (See
Figure 3-1.)
g. Properly annotate AFTC Form 495 and affix to car-
tridge. n. Close cartridge door and secure with two fasteners.

h. Hold down catch until new cartridge is inserted far o. Close right forward avionics bay door.
enough to compress spring, then release catch. Be sure
that catch engages and locks cartridge in place. 3.5 ENTERING FLIGHT DATA IN THE REMOTE
DOCUMENTARY DATA ENCODER.
i. Energize flight loads recorder system according to
instructions in OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT OF Before each flight the identifications, weights, and configura-
FLIGHT LOADS RECORDER SYSTEM. (See tion must be correctly entered in the data encoder. The Doc-
TO 1F-5E-2-14-1.) umentary Data Encoder (DDE) is part of the Recorder which
is located in the right forward avionics bay. (See Figure 3-1.)
j. Advance tape past metal leader using TAPE AD- Open the access door, locate the recorder unit and open the front
VANCE switch. cover to obtain access to the data thumbwheels. The flight data
codes are entered before each flight by turning the thumbwheels.
k. With CAL DEACTIVATE switch at down position, mo- Twenty-four code numbers are divided into various groups, each
mentarily press TEST INITIATE switch three times. of which is identified by a different label as shown in Figure 3-2.
(Remove safety wire as required.)

l. Place CAL DEACTIVATE switch at CAL DEACTI-


VATE position.

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Figure 3-2. DDE Dials and Labels

3.6 AIRCRAFT SERIAL NUMBER. a. If there are tip missiles, add the weights corresponding
to the missiles being carried to obtain a new total.
The number entered as the aircraft serial number is a four-digit
number equal to the last four digits of the serial number or the b. If there is a centerline store, add the weight of the ap-
tail number. propriate store plus the weight of the centerline pylon
to the new total. If the centerline pylon is attached but
3.6.1 Example of Aircraft Serial Number. Aircraft no store is carried, add only 170 pounds for the pylon
serial number = 72-01403. The last four digits of this number alone.
are 1403. Turn thumbwheels labeled ACFT. SER. NO. to show
1403.(See Figure 3-3.) c. If there are inboard wing pylons, increase the gross
weight by 122 pounds for each pylon. If there are out-
board wing pylons, add 128 pounds to the gross weight
for each outboard pylon.

d. Find the weight for each wing store carried in the flight
from Table 3-1. Increase the gross weight by the weight
of each.

e. Determine the number of ammunition rounds in excess


Figure 3-3. Aircraft Serial Number of any dummy ammunition that may be required for bal-
last and multiply this number by 0.70 pound to obtain
3.7 GROSS WEIGHT. total weight of the ammunition and links. Increase the
gross weight by this ammunition and link weight (drop
The gross weight is the total ramp weight of the aircraft, which decimal digits). Do not include ammunition added ex-
varies with the fuel, ammunition, and stores that are carried and clusively for ballast.
must be determined for each flight. Weights of any of the items
that may have to be added to the base line weight are shown f. Determine the internal fuel weight (do not include cen-
in Table 3-1. The base line weight includes pilot and equipment, terline or wing pylon tanks if any) and add this weight
unusable internal fuel, engine oil, oxygen, gun installation, cam- to the previously obtained total to get the final gross
era, flight recorder, launcher rails, survival kit, and ballast. Add weight.
the necessary weights to the base line weight as indicated below:
g. This gross weight will have five figures (digits) but only
NOTE four digits are available on the RDDE. Drop the right
digit of the final total gross weight and turn the thumb-
If a specific base line weight is not known, the wheels labeled GRO. WT. to indicate the first four digits
value of 10580 listed in Table 3-1 may be used. from the left.

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Table 3-1. F-5E Weight Summary Table 3-1. F-5E Weight Summary - Continued

BASELINE WEIGHT INCLUDES AIM-9E MISSILE 171


PILOT AND EQUIPMENT AIM-9J MISSILE 170
INTERNAL FUEL - UNUSABLE MK-82 LDGP BOMB 531
ENGINE OIL AND OXYGEN MK-82 SNAKEYE BOMB 570
GUN INSTALLATION AND CAMERA MK-84 LDGP BOMB 1,970
LAUNCHER RAILS MK-36D DESTRUCTOR 572
SURVIVAL KIT M129E2 LEAFLET BOMB 203
BALLAST AND FLIGHT RECORDER BLU-1/B (W/O FIN) FIREBOMB 702
BASELINE WEIGHT 10,580 BLU-1/B (W/FIN) FIREBOMB 717
ACCESSORIES WT-LB EACH BLU-1B/B (W/O FIN) FIREBOMB 702
CENTERLINE PYLON 170 BLU-1B/B (W/FIN) FIREBOMB 717
INBOARD PYLON 122 BLU-1C/B (W/O FIN) FIREBOMB 702
OUTBOARD PYLON 128 BLU-1C/B (W/FIN) FIREBOMB 717
CENTERLINE MER 190 BLU-27/B (W/O FIN) FIREBOMB 839
TER 97 BLU-27/B (W/FIN) FIREBOMB 854
TRAINING EQUIPMENT WT-LB EACH BLU-27A/B OR B/B (W/O FIN) 782
CBU-9/A DISPENSER (EMPTY) 121 BLU-27A/B OR B/B (W/FIN) 797
CBU-9/A DISPENSER (LOADED) 830 BLU-27B/B (W/O FIN) FIREBOMB 782
TDU-11/B TARGET ROCKET 215 BLU-27B/B (W/FIN) FIREBOMB 797
SUU-20/A(M), DISPENSER (EMPTY) 320 BLU-32B/B OR 32A/B (W/O FIN) 582
SUU-20/A(M), DISPENSER (LOADED) BLU-32B/B OR 32A/B (W/FIN) 597
W/4, 2.75" FFAR AND 6, BDU-33 535 CBU-24B/B, -49B/B DISPENSER 822
SERIES BOMBS
CBU-58/B OR -71/B 818
W/4, 2.75" FFAR AND 6, MK-106 425
PRACTICE BOMBS CBU-52A/B DISPENSER 785

DART TOW TARGET SYSTEM 942 LAU-3/A, -3A/A, -3B/A, -60/A RKT 74
POD (EMPTY)
AMMUNITION F-5E WT-LB
LAU-3/A, -3A/A, -3B/A, -60/A RKT
20MM LINKS, RETAINED 80 POD (LOADED)
560 ROUNDS 20MM, EXPENDABLE 314 W/19, 2.75" FFAR, TYPE MK-1 OR 414
TOTAL (560 ROUNDS) 394 MK-5 WARHEADS

TOTAL (ONE ROUND) 0.70 W/19, 2.75" FFAR, M151, M156 OR 469
WDU-4A/A WARHEADS
MUNNITIONS WT-LB EACH
LAU-68A/A ROCKET POD (EMPTY) 71
AIM-9B MISSILE 165

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Table 3-1. F-5E Weight Summary - Continued Table 3-1. F-5E Weight Summary - Continued

LAU-68A/A (LOADED) SUU-25C/A (LOADED) 497


W/7, 2.75" FFAR, TYPE MK-1 OR 195 EXTERNAL TANKS AND FUEL
MK-5 WARHEADS
EXTERNAL TANK EMPTY FULL WT.*
W/7, 2.75" FFAR, M151 215 WT.*
WARHEADS
150-GAL TANK 150 1,171
SUU-25A/A DISPENSER (EMPTY) 160
275-GAL TANK 213 2,001
SUU-25A/A (LOADED)
*APPROXIMATE AVERAGE WEIGHT (PYLON OR
W/MK-24 MOD 1 OR MOD 2 352 CENTERLINE) - INCLUDING RESIDUAL FUEL
FLARES
W/MK-24 MOD 3 OR MOD 4 376 3.7.1 Example of Gross Weight. The airplane car-
FLARES ries a full 275-gallon fuel tank on the center pylon, two inboard
W/LUU-1/B OR -5/B FLARES 368 and two outboard MK-82GP bombs, two AIM-9-B missles, and
200 rounds of ammunition. Amount of internal fuel carried is
W/LUU-2/B FLARES 400 4400 pounds. (See Figure 3-4 and Figure 3-5.)
SUU-25C/A (EMPTY) 262

Figure 3-4. Gross Weight Calculation

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3.9.1 Example of Base Code. Airplane takes off at


Nellis AFB and lands at Williams AFB. Turn thumbwheels la-
beled BASE to show 02. (See Figure 3-7.)

Figure 3-5. Gross Weight

3.8 FUEL WEIGHT.

Enter pounds of internal fuel in the four-digit section labeled


FUEL WT. Do not include fuel weight in the external fuel tanks.
Figure 3-7. Base Code
3.8.1 Example of Fuel Weight. Internal Fuel Weight
= 4305. Turn thumbwheels labeled FUEL WT. to show 4305. 3.10 MISSION CODE NUMBER.
(See Figure 3-6
Find mission code number in list below and enter that number
in the two-digit section labeled MISSION.

MISSION
CODE
DESIGNATION MISSION NUMBER
TR TRANSITION 01
FF FORMATION 02
Figure 3-6. Fuel Weight
ACM AIR COMBAT 03
3.9 BASE CODE. MANEUVER
BFM BASIC FLIGHT 04
The base code is a two-digit number representing the base from MANEUVER
which the aircraft will take off. These code numbers are given
AAD AIR TO AIR DART 05
in the following list.
AAI AIR TO AIR 06
LIST OF BASES AND BASE CODES INTERCEPT
WILLIAMS AFB 01 GA GROUND ATTACK 07
NELLIS AFB 02 GAT GROUND ATTACK 08
TACTICAL
OTHER 03
FCF FUNCTIONAL 09
NOTE CHECK FLIGHT
INSTR INSTRUMENT 10
Set correct base code in two-digit region labeled
OTHER OTHER 11
BASE.

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3.10.1 Example of Mission Code. Mission is 3.12 STORE ARRANGEMENT.


air-to-air intercept. Turn thumbwheels labeled MISSION to
show 06. (See Figure 3-8.) Table 3-3 must be used to determine the three configuration
number digits for stores arrangements other than those listed in
Table 3-2. The first of these (left digit) indicates the store load-
ing arrangement, and differs depending on whether or not tip
missiles are carried, whether inboard, outboard, or both wing
pylons carry stores, or whether or not the inboard pylon carries
a fuel tank. The remaining two digits define the kind of store
being carried.

3.13 FIRST DIGIT.

Figure 3-8. Mission Code Number The first (left-hand) digit is selected from the list at the top of
Table 3-3. If no store is carried, this first digit is 0 or 5, without
3.11 CONFIGURATION NUMBER. or with tip missiles respectively.

In order to correctly utilize the flight loads records it is essen- 3.14 SECOND DIGIT.
tial that the configuration be correctly identified. A three-digit
number is used to indicate the configuration (i.e., to indicate The second (middle) digit depends on the store carried on ei-
the number and kind of stores that are carried by the aircraft). ther or both wing pylons or on the outboard pylon if there is a
The aircraft may be equipped to carry a variety of stores on a full inboard fuel tank. Various pylon stores are described at the
centerline pylon or on inboard and/or outboard pylons. In addi- bottom of Table 3-3, in which the center column shows the asso-
tion, wing-tip missiles may be carried. The configuration num- ciated second configuration digit (0 - 5, 9). Blanks indicate that
ber must indicate all of these variables. Table 3-2 lists the con- the store is not used on wing pylons or is defined by another
figuration codes for some of the most frequently used stores ar- digit (such as for wing fuel tanks). If no store is carried, the sec-
rangements. As noted, some changes do not alter the code num- ond digit should be 0. An empty fuel tank on the inboard pylon
ber but do modify the gross weight. would be indicated by a 1 for the second digit. In the rare case
of outboard stores with empty inboard fuel tanks select the 2nd
digit to correspond to the outboard store and use 0 or 5 for the
first digit.

Table 3-2. Store Arrangement

STORE ARRANGEMENT CONFIG. CODE


CLEAN WING (with rail tip) 0 0 0
CLEAN WING AND 1 OR 2 TIP MISSILES 5 0 0
CLEAN WING (with rail tip) AND CENTERLINE TANK (275 gal) 0 0 9
CLEAN WING (with rail tip) AND ANY BDU-33 AND 2.75 Rx COMBINATION 0 0 5
RAIL TIP, 275-GAL CENTERLINE TANK AND 2 MK-82 O/B 0 3 9
RAIL TIP, 1 CENTERLINE MK-82 AND 2 MK-82 INBOARD 1 3 3
DART TOW TARGET (with or without 150 gal fuel tank on right wing) 1 9 0

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3.15 THIRD DIGIT. 3.16 DART TOW TARGET SYSTEM.

The third (right-hand) digit indicates the kind of store carried on The Dart Tow Target System is an unsymmetrical store and can-
the centerline pylon below the fuselage. The list at the bottom not be represented by the coding described above. In the event
of Table 3-3 is used to identify the third digit. Note distinction this tow target is carried, configuration number 190 arbitrarily
between full and empty fuel tanks. has been selected, as shown at the bottom of Table 3-3. (Special
stores.)

Table 3-3. Configuration Code Numbers

CONFIGURATION
LOADING WING PYLON
WING PYLON STORE ARRANGEMENT STORE (EXCEPT CENTERLINE STORE
TIP MISSILE ARRANGEMENT 1ST DIGIT TANKS) 2ND DIGIT 3RD DIGIT
OFF OUTBD ONLY OR NO WING 0 SELECT WING SELECT CENTERLINE
STORE PYLON STORE CODE NUMBER FROM
CODE NUMBER LIST BELOW
FROM LIST
BELOW
INBD ONLY OR EMPTY TANK 1
INBD & OUTBD (NO FUEL 2
TANKS)
150-GAL TANK (FULL) 3 SELECT OUTBD
STORE CODE
NO. FROM LIST
BELOW
ON OUTBD ONLY OR NO WING 5 SELECT WING
STORE PYLON STORE
CODE NUMBER
FROM LIST
BELOW
INBOARD ONLY OR EMPTY 6
TANK
INBD & OUTBD (NO FUEL 7
TANK)
150-GAL TANK (FULL) 8 SELECT OUTBD
STORE CODE
NO. FROM LIST
BELOW
275-GAL TANK (FULL) 9
SELECT CODE NUMBER FOR TIP MISSILES, WING
FUEL TANKS, AND WING PYLON LOADING ARRANGE-
MENT FROM TABLE ABOVE.

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Table 3-3. Configuration Code Numbers - Continued

CONFIGURATION
LOADING WING PYLON
WING PYLON STORE ARRANGEMENT STORE (EXCEPT CENTERLINE STORE
TIP MISSILE ARRANGEMENT 1ST DIGIT TANKS) 2ND DIGIT 3RD DIGIT
WING PYLON & CENTERLINE STORES
NO STORE(S) 0 0
EMPTY 150- OR 275-GAL TANKS 1 1
M129E2 LEAFLET BOMB 1 1
LAU-68A/A RKT POD (WING ONLY) 1 -
LAU-3/A, -3A/A, -3B/A, -60/A RKT POD 2 2
MK-82LDGP, MK-825/E, MK-36D BOMBS 3 3
BLU-32A/B, -32B/B, -32C/B FIREBOMBS 3 3
BLU-1B/B, -1C/B FIREBOMBS 3 3
BLU-27/B, -27A/B, -27B/B, -27C/B FIREBOMBS 4 4
CBU-24B/B, -49B/B, -52B/B, -58B/B DISPENSER 4 4
SUU-25A/A, -25C/A FLARE DISPENSER 5 -
SUU-20/A(M), -20A/A, -20B/A DISPENSER - 5
MK-84LDGP BOMB - 6
150-GAL TANK (FULL) -* 8
275-GAL TANK (FULL) -* 9
*FULL FUEL TANKS FOR WING INDICATED BY 1ST DIGIT.
SPECIAL STORES
DART TOW (WITH OR WITHOUT 150 GAL 1 9 0
TARGET FUEL TANK ON RIGHT WING)
SYSTEM

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3.17 CONFIGURATION CODE IDENTIFICATION.

The block diagram below summarizes the rules for identifying


the configuration code. (See Figure 3-9.)

Figure 3-9. Configuration Code Block Diagram

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3.17.1 Example of Configuration 1. No wing stores, digit) = 9 for 275-gallon fuel tank (full tank). Turn thumbwheels
centerline stores, or tip missles. (See Figure 3-10.) labeled CONFIG. to show 119. (See Figure 3-12.)

a. From top of Table 3-3, load arrangement code number


(left hand digit) for no wing pylon stores and no rip
missles is 0.

b. From bottom of Table 3-3, the code number for no stores


is 0, which is aplicable to both the wing pylon store
(middle digit) and the centerline store (right digit). Turn
thumbwheels labeled CONFIG. to show 000.

Figure 3-12. Configurarion Example 3

3.17.4 Example of Configuration 4. AIM-9J mis-


siles, empty 275-gallon tanks on inboard pylons, no other
stores. Code number (left-hand digit) = 6 for empty tank with
tip missiles, code number (middle digit) = 1 for empty wing
tank, and code number (right-hand digit) = 0 for no centerline
store. Turn thumbwheels labeled CONFIG. to show 610. (See
Figure 3-13.)
Figure 3-10. Configuration Example 1

3.17.2 Example of Configuration 2. A 275-gallon


tank on centerline and 150-gallon tanks on inboard pylons,
MK-82 LD GP bombs on outboard pylons, AIM-9 missiles, all
external fuel tanks are full. Therefore, loading arrangements
code number (left-hand digit) = 8 for 150-gallon wing tanks
and tip missiles, wing pylon store code number (middle right)
= 3 for MK-8 LD GP bombs mounted on outboard pylons,
and centerline store code number (right-hand digit) = 9 for
275-gallon tanks. Turn thumbwheels labeled CONFIG. to show Figure 3-13. Configuration Example 4
839. (See Figure 3-11.)
3.18 FLIGHT DATE.

Dial last digit of year mission is flown in section labeled YR.


Turn thumbwheel labeled YR to select the digit.

3.18.1 Example of Flight Date. Year is 1975. Turn


thumbwheel labeled YR to show 5. (See Figure 3-14.)

Figure 3-11. Configuration Example 2

3.17.3 Example of Configuration 3. 275-gallon tank


for centerline store, LAU 68A/A rocket, pods on inboard pylons,
no outboard stores or tip missiles, centerline tank full. There-
fore, code number (left-hand digit) = 1 for inboard pylon only
(no wing fuel tanks) and no tip missiles, code number (middle
digit) = 1 (for LAU-68A/A rocket pods) and code number (right Figure 3-14. Year

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3.19 NUMBER OF MONTH.

Number of the month as given in tabulation below is set on dials


labeled MONTH.

MONTH OF FLIGHT NUMBER OF MONTH


January 01
February 02
Figure 3-15. Month
March 03
April 04 3.20 DAY OF THE MONTH.
May 05
Set day of the month in the two-digit section labeled DAY. If the
June 06 day of the month is less than 10, left-hand digit is set to 0.
July 07
3.20.1 Example of Day. Day of the month is 7th of the
August 08
month. Turn thumbwheels labeled DAY to show 07. (See Figure
September 09 3-16.)
October 10
November 11
December 12

3.19.1 Example of Month. Month of flight is May.


Turn thumbwheels labeled MONTH to show 05. (See Figure
3-15.)

Figure 3-16. Day

3.21 END PROCEDURE.

After all data has been entered, close front cover of DDE and be
sure both fasteners are locked. Then close right forward avionics
bay door.

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CHAPTER 4

HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DATA

4.1 INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE. 4.2 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DATA SHEET.

Hazardous material is any item or substance having known or 4.2.1 General. Data sheets for hazardous materials
suspected characteristics that are considered harmful to peo- provide an identification of the product, safety precautions
ple, property, and/or the environment. The purpose of this chap- to be taken, health hazards, fire and explosion hazards, and
ter is to provide personnel using hazardous material the neces- additional information that may be used by safety and medical
sary safety requirements to prevent injury or illness, and the personnel. Table 4-2 describes the type of information that is
proper procedures for the control and safe use of that mate- included in each of these categories. Personnel shall read and
rial. Personnel shall conform to the specific safety requirements understand each data sheet before using the hazardous material
of this chapter while performing maintenance procedures on it applies to.
F-5E aircraft. All applicable safety rules prescribed in AFOSH
STANDARD 127-66 or specific Air Force Occupational Safety
and Health (AFOSH) Standards developed in accordance with
AFR127-12 for Air Force bases shall also be conformed to.

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4.3 INCOMPATIBILITY OF COMMON CHEMICALS.

Common incompatible chemicals subject to fire and explosion


on inadvertent combination by proximity, impact, spill, leak or
other mishap are listed in Table 4-1.

Table 4-1. Incompatibility of Common Chemicals

CHEMICAL AVOID CONTACT OR STORING NEAR


ACETONE Concentrated nitric and sulfuric acid mixtures.
ACETYLENE Chlorine, bromine, copper, silver, fluorine, and mercury.
AMMONIA (anhydrous) Mercury, chlorine, iodine, bromine, calcium hypochlorite, and hydrogen
fluoride. Any mineral acid.
ANALINE Nitric acid, hydrogen peroxide.
CHLORINE Ammonia, acetylene, butadiene, butane and other petroleum gases,
hydrogen, hydrocarbons, sodium carbide, turpentine, benzene, and finely
divided metals.
HYDROCARBONS (benzene, butane, propane, Fluorine, chlorine, bromine, chromic acid, and sodium peroxide.
gasoline, turpentine, c.)
IODINE Acetylene, ammonia (aqueous or anhydrous), hydrogen.
MERCURY Acetylene, fulminic acid, ammonia.
NITRIC ACID (concentrated) Hydrocyanic acid and fulminates, picrates, chlorates, turpentine, carbides,
metallic powders, acetic acid, analine, chromic acid, hydrogen sulfide,
flammable liquids and gases.
OXYGEN (compressed or liquid) Oils, grease, hydrogen, flammable liquids, solids, or gases.
SULFURIC ACID Sulfides, nitrates, nitrites, fluorides, bromides, iodides, fulminates,
salt-peter, metallic powders, carbides, picrates, chlorates, permanganates,
permanganates, and other combustible materials.

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4.4 WEAPONS AND EXPLOSIVES. of aircraft containing ammunition and/or explosive material
(see TO 1F-5E-2-12-1). Weapons and explosives shall not be
Weapons and explosives installed or used or F-5E aircraft considered as part of this chapter.
shall be in accordance with TO 11A-1-33 and maintenance

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4.5 PURGING/INERTING FUEL OR FLAMMABLE vessels that contain flammable liquids designed for airborne
LIQUIDS. operations shall not be considered as part of this chapter (see
TO 1-1-3).
Safety requirements for purging, operations for inerting fuel
or flammable liquid containers, aircraft fuel tanks or any other

Table 4-2. Definition of Hazardous Material Data Sheet

This table describes the type of information that is included on each of the Hazardous Material Data Sheet.
SECTION I
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Product Nomenclature (general or generic), Manufacturer (name and code number), and Part Number.
SECTION II
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Conditions to avoid hazardous occurrence environmentally and physically (respiration, eyes, hands, body, and feet).
SECTION III
HEALTH HAZARD DATA
Proper way of physical treatment when hazard occurred (breathing fumes, eyes, skin contact, and ingestion).
SECTION IV
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
Proper way of storing, flash point, extinguishing media, and methods of clean-up in the event of spillage of the product.
SECTION V
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Manufacturers emergency telephone number and USAF Occupation and Environmental Health Laboratorys address and
phone number. If any hazardous situation occurs, these two numbers shall be used to obtain emergency procedures and
relevant information which are not covered in other chapters.
ROUTINE INQUIRIES: Routine inquiries shall be made during normal duty hours and directed to:
USAF Occupation and Environmental Health Laboratory
Brooks AFB, TX 78235
Telephone AUTOVON: 204-3214
Commercial: (512) 536-3214

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Table 4-3. Acid, Sulfuric

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: None
b. Nomenclature: Acid, Sulfuric
c. Manufacturer: Scholle Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number:
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: None.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Chemical safety goggles required.
d. Hands: Rubber gloves required.
e. Body: Rubber apron, face shield required.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air. If the victim is conscious, have him wash out his mouth with copious quantities
of water. Then have him drink milk, preferably mixed with the whites of eggs. If milk and egg whites are not available,
have the patient drink as much water as possible.
b. Eyes: Wash the eyes with copious quantities of running water for 15 minutes. Hold the eye lids apart to make sure
the water washes all tissues of the surface of the eyes and lids. Do not use hot water. A physician, preferably an eye
specialist, shall be called immediately. If he does not arrive within 15 minutes, eye irrigation shall be resumed for
a second 15-minute period. After the first irrigation, two or three drops of 0.5% pontocaine solution or equally
effective aqueous topical anesthetic may be placed in the eyes by a qualified first aid man. Do not use any other
solution or ointment.
c. Skin Contact: All contaminated clothing shall be removed immediately. Flush affected areas of the body with copious
quantities of water until all traces of sulfuric acid are removed. Do not neutralize the acid with mild alkaline solutions
until all areas of contact have been thoroughly washed with plentiful amounts of running water. In case of severe or
extensive burns, shock symptoms - rapid pulse, sweating, collapse - might appear at any time. Place the patient on his
back and keep him warm, not hot, until a physician arrives. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious patient.
d. Ingestion: Call a physician immediately. Do not induce vomiting. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious
patient.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Non-flammable.
b. Explosion: Capable of igniting combustible materials.
c. Extinguishing Media: None.
d. Spills: Wash entire affected area with plenty of water. If water is not available, use sand or ashes. Do not use cloth,
sawdust, or any other combustibles.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (312) 562-7290
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-4. Adhesive, Epon Resin

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Epon (R) Resin 828
b. Nomenclature: Adhesive, Epon Resin
c. Manufacturer: Shell Chemical Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number:
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust ventilation required to control vapor exposure.
b. Respiration: Respiratory protection equipment required to prevent vapor overexposure.
c. Eyes: Face shield or goggles required.
d. Hands: Rubber gloves required.
e. Body: Prevent all skin contact.
f. Feet: Prevent all skin contact.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove victim to fresh air. Apply artificial respiration if not breathing. Get medical help.
b. Eyes: Flush with water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention.
c. Skin Contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water or waterless skin cleanser. Get medical attention if irritation
persists.
d. Ingestion: Induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 450F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Water spray, foam, CO2, dry chemicals.
d. Spills: Wear approved respiratory protection and other protective equipment as necessary to prevent skin and eye
contact. If warm, remove liquid by pumping into salvage drums. If cool and non-pumpable, remove by shoveling
and scraping into salvage drums. Soak up residue and small spills with absorbent material such as clay and put into
tight container. Guard against fire hazard if solvents are used.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (713) 473-9461
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.
c. Military Specification Number or Part Number not available. National Stock Number 8040-00-952-5713.

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Table 4-5. Adhesive, Epon Resin

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Epon (R) Resin 815
b. Nomenclature: Adhesive, Epon Resin
c. Manufacturer: Shell Chemical Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number:
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust highly recommended.
b. Respiration: Organic canister mask required.
c. Eyes: Goggles required.
d. Hands: Rubber gloves required.
e. Body: Prevent all skin contact.
f. Feet: Prevent all skin contact.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Avoid inhalation.
b. Eyes: Flush with plenty of water.
c. Skin Contact: Wash skin immediately with water. Remove clothing and launder before reuse.
d. Ingestion: None.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 192F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Water spray, foam, CO2.
d. Spills: Clean with a cloth or absorbent paper - observe flammable characteristics if solvent is used.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (713) 473-9461
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-6. Adhesive, Epoxy

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: EA9320 (NAI-1382)
b. Nomenclature: Adhesive, Epoxy
c. Manufacturer: Dexter Corporation, Hysol Division
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Use adequate ventilation using exhaust fan.
b. Respiration: Use approved NIOSH respirator and mask if cured adhesive is dry sanded, abraded, etc.
c. Eyes: Use safety glasses or goggles.
d. Hands: Use rubber gloves.
e. Body: Wear protective clothing.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Avoid inhalation. Remove to fresh air if inhaled.
b. Eyes: Flush eyes immediately with plenty of water.
c. Skin Contact: Wash skin immediately with water for at least 15 minutes.
d. Ingestion: Avoid ingestion and skin contact.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash points - above 200F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, water.
d. Spills: EA9320 Part A: Remove excess. Wipe clean with solvent.
EA9320 Part B: Wash with soap and water.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (415) 687-4201
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-7. Adhesive, Sealant

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: RTV 3145
b. Nomenclature: Silicone, Adhesive Sealant
c. Manufacturer: Dow Corning Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-A-46146
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Mechanical ventilation recommended.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Safety glasses required.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush eyes with large amounts of water.
c. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Obtain medical attention.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 250F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, foam.
d. Spills: Use absorbent materials for collection and containment.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (517) 496-5900
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-8. Alcohol, Isopropyl

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Isopropyl Alcohol Anhydrous
b. Nomenclature: Alcohol, Aliphatic
c. Manufacturer: Exxon Chemical Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-F-5566
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Explosion-proof ventilation equipment required.
b. Respiration: Use approved respiratory protection such as air-supplied mask if used in enclosed spaces.
c. Eyes: Chemical splash goggles or face shield required.
d. Hands: Chemically resistant gloves required.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: If overcome by vapors, remove to fresh air and if breathing has stopped, give artificial
respiration. Keep individual calm. Call a physician.
b. Eyes: Flush with water for at least 15 minutes and call a physician.
c. Skin Contact: None.
d. Ingestion: None.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 53F.
b. Explosion: Respiratory protection required for fire fighting personnel, stay upwind, if possible. Cool exposed
tanks with water.
c. Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical or foam.
d. Spills: Keep public away. Shut off source if possible. Eliminate sources of ignition, warn occupants of downwind
areas of explosion hazard. Prevent liquid from entering sewers, watercourses or low areas.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (713) 656-3600
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-9. Cleaner, TEC 901

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: TEC 901. Cleaner
b. Nomenclature: Acid Etch Cleaner
c. Manufacturer: Leeder Chemicals Incorporated
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: TEC 901
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust ventilation required.
b. Respiration: None required unless used in small confined area.
c. Eyes: Protective goggles required.
d. Hands: Neoprene rubber gloves required.
e. Body: Avoid prolonged contact with skin.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Prolonged exposure to breathing of vapors can produce irritation to lungs and respiratory tract.
b. Eyes: Flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes; obtain medical attention.
c. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Give no emetics. Call a physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flashpoint 110F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Water fog, foam, dry chemical, CO2.
d. Spills: Flush to sewer with water.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (714) 739-2821
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-10. Compound, Anti-seize

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Class 8030
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Anti-seize
c. Manufacturer: Armite Laboratories
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-T-83483
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: None.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: None.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: As Grease - Wash well.
c. Skin Contact: Remove by wiping, follow with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting, call physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 400F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: foam, CO2, dry chemical.
d. Spills: Wipe as grease, take up with clay, pumice etc.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 587-7744
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-11. Compound, Corrosion

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number:
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Corrosion
c. Manufacturer: Bray Oil Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-C-16173, Grade 1
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Mechanical ventilation required.
b. Respiration: None. If used in closed area, use fresh air mask.
c. Eyes: Goggles required.
d. Hands: Protective gloves required.
e. Body: Avoid contact with skin.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Move to fresh air.
b. Eyes: Flush with water, contact physician.
c. Skin Contact: Flush with water, contact physician.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting, contact physician immediately.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 100F minimum (ASTM D93 (PMCC)).
b. Explosion: None. Store in well ventilated area away from sources of heat or ignition.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, dry chemicals, foam.
d. Spills: Avoid sources of ignition. Ventilate room, wipe up with rags using gloves, or used slop oil disposal agent.
Store in covered metal containers and dispose of as soon as possible.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 268-6171
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-12. Compound, Curing Agent T

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Modified Polyamine
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Curing Agent T
c. Manufacturer: Shell Oil Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: T-1
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust and mechanical ventilation required, particularly if heated.
b. Respiration: Organic canister mask required.
c. Eyes: Goggles required.
d. Hands: Rubber gloves required.
e. Body: Avoid excessive direct contact.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Call physician.
b. Eyes: Flush eyes with water.
c. Skin Contact: Remove from skin with soap and water or a waterless skin cleaner.
d. Ingestion: None.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 180F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Foam, CO2, dry chemicals.
d. Spills: Clean with a cloth or absorbent paper.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (713) 473-9461
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-13. Compound, Epoxy Resin

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: METACAST 4580
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Epoxy Resin
c. Manufacturer: Mereco Products Division, Metachem Resins Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: 4580
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: None, local exhaust preferred.
b. Respiration: Respirator required.
c. Eyes: Splash proof goggles required.
d. Hands: Impervious gloves required.
e. Body: Avoid unnecessary skin contact.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush with plenty of water for 15 minutes, call a physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water, wash clothing before reuse.
d. Ingestion: None.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 390F.
b. Explosion: None - handle as a combustible material.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, foam, dry chemical.
d. Spills: Absorb on combustible material for proper disposal. Flush area with water. Incinerate under approved codes.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (401) 828-4550
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-14. Compound, Polysulfide

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: PR-1201-Q
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Polysulfide
c. Manufacturer: Products Research & Chemical Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-S-8516
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Adequate local exhaust and mechanical ventilation required to minimize solvent vapor.
b. Respiration: Air-supplied respirator recommended in confined areas.
c. Eyes: Chemical goggles required.
d. Hands: Poly gloves or protective hand cream required.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Wash out thoroughly with large amounts of water; see a physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Induce vomiting; see a physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 90F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Foam, dry chemical, CO2.
d. Spills: Wipe up excess with rags or paper towels; clean area with xylene or toluene.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 240-2060
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-15. Compound, Sealing, Polysulfide

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: PR-1422 Class B
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Sealing, Polysulfide
c. Manufacturer: Products Research & Chemical Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: PR-1422B
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: None.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Chemical goggles optional.
d. Hands: Gloves or hand cream optional.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Wash out thoroughly with large amounts of water; see a physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Call medical attention.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 200F (PMCC).
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical, foam, CO2.
d. Spills: Wipe up with rags; wash area with methyl ethyl ketone.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 240-2060
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-16. Compound, Retaining

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Retaining Compound 635
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Retaining
c. Manufacturer: Loctite Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-R-46082
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: None
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Safety glasses or goggles mandatory.
d. Hands: Rubber or plastic gloves recommended.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush at least 15 minutes with water. Obtain medical attention.
c. Skin Contact: Flush with water.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Keep individual calm. Obtain medical attention.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 200F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: CO2, foam, dry chemical.
d. Spills: Soak up in an inert absorbent. Store in partly filled, closed container until disposal.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (203) 278-1280
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-17. Compound, Sealing

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: None
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Sealing
c. Manufacturer: Dow Corning Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: DC 90-006-2
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Mechanical ventilation recommended.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Safety glasses should be worn in any type of industrial operation.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush with water.
c. Skin Contact: Flush with water.
d. Ingestion: Call physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 250F/121C.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide or foam. Self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing should
be worn in fighting fires involving chemicals.
d. Spills: Use absorbent material to collect and contain for salvage or disposal.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (517) 496-5900
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-18. Compound, Sealing

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: None
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Sealing
c. Manufacturer: Products Research and Chemical Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-S-8802
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Adequate local exhaust ventilation required to minimize vapors.
b. Respiration: Air-supplied respirator required in enclosed area.
c. Eyes: Chemical goggles optional.
d. Hands: Gloves or hand cream required.
e. Body: None. Avoid prolonged skin contact.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air.
b. Eyes: Wash out immediately with plenty of water; see a physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: None.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 23F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical, foam, CO2.
d. Spills: Wipe up with rags; wash area with methyl ethyl ketone. Discard closed containers in normal trash route.
Do not incinerate.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 246-2060
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-19. Compound, Sealing

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: PR-1431-G, Type I, II, III, IV
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Sealing
c. Manufacturer: Products Research and Chemical Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-S-81733
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust ventilation required.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Chemical goggles required.
d. Hands: Polyethylene gloves required.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air.
b. Eyes: Wash out thoroughly with large amounts of water; see a physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Call a physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 62F.
b. Explosion: Can emit toxic vapors.
c. Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical, foam, CO2.
d. Spills: Wipe up with rags; wash area with methyl ethyl ketone.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 240-2060
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-20. Compound, Silicone

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: All purpose silicone
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Silicone
c. Manufacturer: Dayton Electric Manufacturing Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-S-8660
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust ventilation required.
b. Respiration: Avoid breathing of vapor or spray mist.
c. Eyes: None.
d: Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air - call physician.
b. Eyes: Flush thoroughly with water - call physician.
c. Skin Contact: None.
d. Ingestion: None.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 20F.
b. Explosion: Do not spray near open flame. Keep at room temperature as exposure to direct sunlight or other
heat may cause bursting.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam.
d. Spills: Remove all sources of ignition, ventilate.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (312) 647-8900
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-21. Compound, Teflon

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Teflon Dry Lube 708
b. Nomenclature: Compound, Teflon
c. Manufacturer: Sprayon Products/Division S-W Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: 708
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust ventilation required.
b. Respiration: Avoid breathing of vapor or spray mist. Do not smoke in area. Wash hands thoroughly before smoking.
c. Eyes: None.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air - call physician.
b. Eyes: Flush thoroughly with water - call physician.
c. Skin Contact: Flush with water.
d. Ingestion: None.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point -- propellant below 20F.
b. Explosion: Do not spray near open flame. Keep at room temperature as exposure to direct sunlight or other
heat may cause bursting.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam.
d. Spills: Remove all sources of ignition. Ventilate. Avoid breathing vapors and remove with inert absorbent.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (216) 292-7400
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-22. Fluid, Hydraulic

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Brayco Micronic 882
b. Nomenclature: Fluid, Hydraulic
c. Manufacturer: Bray Oil Company, Incorporated
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-H-83282
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: None.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Advisable.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush with water.
c. Skin Contact: Flush with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting, call physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 450F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, foam, dry chemical.
d. Spills: Add medium to soak up such as sawdust, etc.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 575-1212
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-23. Flux, Rosin

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Rosin Flux 196
b. Nomenclature: Flux, Rosin
c. Manufacturer: Kester Solder Company
d. Military Specification: Number/Part Number: MIL-F-14256
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust required so as to remove smoke from breathing area.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Avoid splattering hot flux into eyes.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
d. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air.
b. Eyes: Wash immediately with plenty of water - a dilute ethanol solution can be used to remove rosin.
c. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Induce vomiting.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 65F.
b. Explosion: Auto-ignition temperature 700F.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, foam, dry chemical.
d. Spills: Remove sources of ignition. Wipe up immediately by soaking up into absorbent material. Clean up with
alkaline detergent.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (312) 235-1600
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-24. Flux, Rosin

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Rosin Flux 1544
b. Nomenclature: Flux, Rosin
c. Manufacturer: Kester Solder Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-F-2032/A
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust ventilation required to remove smoke from breathing area.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Avoid splattering hot flux into eyes.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Wash immediately with plenty of water, a dilute ethanol solution can be used to remove rosin.
c. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Induce vomiting.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 65F.
b. Explosion: Auto-ignition temperature 720F with flammable limits.
c. Extinguishing Media: Alcohol foam.
d. Spills: Wipe up immediately by soaking up into absorbent material. Remove sources of ignition. Clean up with
alkaline detergent.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (312) 235-1600
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-25. Fuel, Grade JP-4

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Jet Fuel - JP-4
b. Nomenclature: Fuel, JP-4
c. Manufacturer: Chevron Oil Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-T-5624
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Adequate ventilation recommended.
b. Respiration: Use approved organic vapor respirator or self-contained breathing apparatus when the vapor
concentration of this material is above the suggested Threshold Limit Value.
c. Eyes: Avoid eye contact with this material. Chemical-safety goggles recommended.
d. Hands: Impervious neoprene or rubber gloves recommended.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Move to an uncontaminated area. If breathing has stopped, apply artificial respiration. Get
medical attention immediately.
b. Eyes: Flush eyes with fresh water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists get medical attention.
c. Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly with soap and water. Wash contaminated
clothing before re-use.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting; call a physician,
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point - Less than 50F.
b. Explosion: Do not enter any enclosed or confined fire space without proper protective equipment. This may
include self-contained breathing apparatus to protect against the hazardous effects of normal products of
combustion or oxygen deficiency.
c. Extinguishing Media: CO2, dry chemical, foam, water spray.
d. Spills: Eliminate all sources of ignition in vicinity of spill or released vapor. Clean up spills as soon as possible.
Absorb large spills with absorbent clay, diatomaceous earth, or other suitable material. Place all contaminated
materials in disposable containers and bury in an approved dumping area.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (415) 232-1514, Ext. 4178 or 2027
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-26. Fuel, Grade JP-5

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Jet Fuel - JP-5
b. Nomenclature: Fuel, JP-5
c. Manufacturer: Atlantic Richfield Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-T-5624J
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Adequate ventilation required.
b. Respiration: Approved organic vapor respirator, supplied air, or self-contained breathing equipment must be used
when concentration of vapor exceeds the applicable standard.
c. Eyes: Chemical safety goggles required.
d. Hands: Impervious gloves required.
e. Body: Impervious clothing required.
f. Feet: Boots required.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove from the exposure area.
b. Eyes: Flush with clean, low-pressure water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists, obtain medical attention.
c. Skin Contact: Thoroughly wash affected area with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and clean
before re-use.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Aspiration into the lung will cause severe chemical pneumonia. Call a
physician immediately.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 150F.
b. Explosion: Keep away from heat and open flames.
c. Extinguishing Media: Foam, dry chemical, CO2, water fog.
d. Spills: Remove all sources of ignition around spill area. Clean up spill as soon as possible. Use absorbent material
such as clay or diatomaceous earth to clean up spill.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (312) 468-9300
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-27. Fuel, Grade A

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Jet Fuel A
b. Nomenclature: Fuel, Grade A
c. Manufacturer: Chevron Oil Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-T-5615
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Use only in well ventilated area.
b. Respiration: Wear approved respiratory protection such as an organic vapor cartridge respirator or an air-supplying
respirator unless ventilation equipment is adequate to keep airborne concentrations below the exposure standard.
c. Eyes: Avoid contact with eyes. Chemical safety goggles recommended.
d. Hands: Rubber gloves recommended.
e. Body: Impervious protective clothing recommended.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Move to fresh air. If breathing has stopped, apply artificial respiration. Call a physician
immediately.
b. Eyes: Wash eyes with fresh water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation continues, see a physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water. Launder contaminated clothing before re-use.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Call a physician immediately.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 107 to 120F.
b. Explosion: Liquid evaporates and forms vapors (fumes) which can catch fire and burn with explosive violence.
c. Extinguishing Media: CO2, dry chemical, foam, water spray.
d. Spills: Eliminate all open flames in vicinity of spill or released vapor. Clean up spills as soon as possible. Absorb
large spills with absorbent clay, diatomaceous earth or other suitable material.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (415) 233-3737
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-28. Grease, Molybdenum Disulfide

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Braycote 664
b. Nomenclature: Grease, Molybdenum Disulfide
c. Manufacturer: Bray Oil Company, Incorporated
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-G-21164
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: None.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Safety glasses recommended.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush thoroughly with water. Call physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Call physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 400F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam.
d. Spills: Wipe up or absorb with clay, diatomaceous earth or other inert material. Store in closed metal containers.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 575-1212
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-29. Grease, Soap Free Synthetic

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: TRN 530626
b. Nomenclature: Grease, Soap Free Synthetic
c. Manufacturer: Mobil Oil Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-G-81322
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Adequate ventilation recommended.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: None.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
HI. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove from further exposure. If discomfort persists, get medical assistance and call
a physician.
b. Eyes: Flush with water.
c. Skin Contact: Wash contact areas with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: If greater than 1/2 liter ingested, immediately give 1 to 2 glasses of water and call a physician for
way to induce vomiting.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 450F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: CO2, foam, dry chemical.
d. Spills: Absorb on fire retardant treated sawdust, diatomaceous earth, or other absorbent. Shovel up and dispose of
in approved hazardous waste disposal facility.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (212) 883-4242
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-30. Lubricant, Solid

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Molykote
b. Nomenclature: Lubricate, Solid
c. Manufacturer: Dow Corning Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: Molykote 505
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Adequate ventilation required.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Safety glasses required.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush with large amounts of water.
c. Skin Contact: None.
d. Ingestion: Call medical attention.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point - 250F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, foam.
d. Spills: Use absorbent material to collect and contain for salvage or disposal.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (517) 496-5900
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-31. Lubricant, Solid Film

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Lubri-bond 220 (Aerosol)
b. Nomenclature: Lubricant, Solid Film
c. Manufacturer: Electrofilm Incorporated
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-L-23398
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust ventilation required.
b. Respiration: Respirator for organic vapors and fumes recommended.
c. Eyes: Safety glasses required.
d. Hands: Protective gloves recommended.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove victim to fresh air.
b. Eyes: Call physician.
c. Skin: Call physician.
d. Ingestion: Obtain medical attention.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point -20 to -30F.
b. Explosion: Avoid storage above 80F. Avoid contact with flame or hot surfaces.
c. Extinguishing Media: None.
d. Spills: Wipe up with absorbent material. Dispose in well ventilated area.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 875-1000
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-32. Nitrogen

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: None
b. Nomenclature: Nitrogen, Gaseous, Type 1, Grade A
c. Manufacturer: Airco Industrial Gases Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: BB-N-411
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Adequate ventilation required.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: None.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to uncontaminated atmosphere. If not breathing, give cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Get medical assistance immediately.
b. Eyes: None.
c. Skin Contact: None.
d. Ingestion: None.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Non-flammable.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: None.
d. Spills: None.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (201) 464-8100
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-33. Oil, Lubricating, Aircraft Turbine Engine

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Brayco 880H
b. Nomenclature: Oil, Lubricating, Aircraft Turbine Engine
C. Manufacturer: Bray Oil Company, Incorporated
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-L-7808
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: None.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Safety glasses recommended.
d. Hands: Plastic or rubber gloves recommended.
e. Body: None.
f Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush thoroughly with water. Call physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Call physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 400F.
b. Explosion: Self-contained respiratory equipment required when fire fighting in confined area.
c. Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam, water fog.
d. Spills: Stop flow and shut off sources of ignition. Wipe or mop up, or absorb with clay, diatomaceous earth, or
other inert material. Store in closed metal containers.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 575-1212
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-34. Oil, Lubricating, Aircraft Weapons

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Brayco 855D
b. Nomenclature: Oil, Lubricating, Aircraft Weapons
c. Manufacturer: Bray Oil Company, Incorporated
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-0L-14107
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Adequate ventilation required.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Avoid contact with eyes. Safety glasses recommended.
d. Hands: Plastic or rubber gloves recommended.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush thoroughly with water. Call physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Call physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 325F.
b. Explosion: Self-contained respiratory equipment required when fire fighting in confined area.
c. Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam, water fog.
d. Spills: Stop flow and shut off sources of ignition. Wipe or mop up, or absorb with clay, diatomaceous earth, or
other inert material. Store in closed metal containers.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 575-1212
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-35. Oil, Lubricating (Purging)

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Brayco 460
b. Nomenclature: Lube Oil, Jet Engines
c. Manufacturer: Bray Oil Company, Incorporated
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-L-6081C
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust and mechanical ventilation required only if oil mist exceeds threshold limit value.
b. Respiration: None, except if oil mist exceeds TLV.
c. Eyes: Safety glasses recommended.
d. Hands: Plastic or rubber gloves recommended.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush thoroughly with water. Call physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Call physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point - 280F.
b. Explosion: Self-contained respiratory equipment required when fire fighting in confined area.
c. Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam, water fog. Do not use water except as fog, or spray to
cool containers or tanks to avoid heating above flash point.
d. Spills: Stop flow and shut off sources of ignition. Wipe or mop up, or absorb with clay, diatomaceous earth, or
other inert material. Store in closed metal containers.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 575-1212
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-36. Oxygen (Gaseous and Liquid)

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: None
b. Nomenclature: Oxygen
c. Manufacturer: Airco Industrial Gases
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-0-27210E
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: None.
b. Respiration: None. (Prolonged breathing at high oxygen concentrations can cause nausea and dizziness.)
c. Eyes: Eye protection required.
d. Hands: Protection gloves recommended.
e. Body: Skin contact with liquid will cause severe frost-bite.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove victim to uncontaminated atmosphere. Obtain medical assistance.
b. Eyes: Obtain medical assistance immediately.
c. Skin Contact: Obtain medical assistance immediately.
d. Ingestion: Obtain medical assistance immediately.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point - Non-flammable.
b. Explosion: Strong oxidizer. Will react with organic materials to cause fire or explosion.
c. Extinguishing Media: Water, dry chemical, carbon dioxide.
d. Spills: Do not enter liquid spills if present. Do not enter vapor clouds. Check for oxygen concentration of 21
1% using approved instrument.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (201) 464-8100
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-37. Primer

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: NAI 1269
b. Nomenclature: Primer
c. Manufacturer: Deft Incorporated, Chemical Coating Division
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: NAI 1269
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Use adequate ventilation with exhaust fan.
b. Respiration: Avoid inhaling vapors that can cause irritation or narcosis.
c. Eyes: Use goggles.
d. Hands: Use protective gloves.
e. Body: No special protection required.
f. Feet: No special protection required.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air.
b. Eyes: Flush 10 minutes with water and consult an eye doctor.
c. Skin Contact: Wipe off with rags then thoroughly rinse with water and wash with mild soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Obtain medical help. Avoid ingestion and skin contact.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Do use water stream which might spread fire. Water spray or fog can be used effectively.
b. Explosion: Use caution against application to hot surfaces. Keep away from sparks or open flames. Avoid sparks
with steel or static electricity.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, foam or dry chemicals.
d. Spills: Absorb with oil absorbing compound or dry rags. Flush with large volume of water. Avoid sparks or
open flame.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (714) 549-8911
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-38. Primer, Epoxy

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: EA 9308
b. Nomenclature: Primer, Epoxy
c. Manufacturer: Dexter Corporation, Hysol Division
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-P-23377
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust highly recommended.
b. Respiration: Approved NIOSH respirator and mask for asbestos.*
c. Eyes: Safety glasses or goggles required.
d. Hands: Rubber gloves required.
e. Body: Prolonged or repeated contact of liquid or breathing of vapors or mists may cause delayed or serious injury.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Avoid inhalation.
b. Eyes: Flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes and obtain medical attention.
c. Skin Contact: Flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Remove contaminated clothing immediately,
wash thoroughly before reuse.
d. Ingestion: None.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 200F TCC.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Foam, CO2, dry chemical.
d. Spills: Scrape up excess. Remove residue with solvents.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (415) 687-4201
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.
*This is not necessary unless the cured adhesive is "dry sanded," abraded, etc.

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Table 4-39. Primer, Zinc Chromate

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Zinc Chromate Primer
b. Nomenclature: Alkyd Resin Primer
c. Manufacturer: OBrien Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-P-6808
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Adequate local exhaust or open air ventilation required.
b. Respiration: Respirator or mask required to avoid breathing vapor or spray mist. Use air supplied respirator for
work in confined areas.
c. Eyes: Safety glasses or goggles recommended.
d. Hands: Protective gloves recommended.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air - restore breathing. Use oxygen if necessary.
b. Eyes: Flush with plenty of water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention.
c. Skin Contact: Wipe off with a rag and wash thoroughly with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Contact physician immediately.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point -35F.
b. Explosion: Keep containers tightly closed. Isolate from heat, sparks, flame and electrical equipment. Closed
containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat. Do not apply to hot surfaces.
c. Extinguishing Media: CO2, foam, dry chemical.
d. Spills: Extinguish sources of ignition. Ventilate to prevent build up of vapors. Soak up with sawdust or similar
inert material.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (415) 761-2300
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-40. Release Agent

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: MS-122
b. Nomenclature: Release Agent
c. Manufacturer: Miller-Stephenson Chemical Company, Incorporated
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-L-60326
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust required if heating over 400F.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Do not direct spray to eyes.
d. Hands: Do not spray liquid on hands. Avoid contamination of tobacco or smoking with contaminated hands.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Move patient to fresh air. If necessary, give artificial respiration or oxygen. Do not give
epinephrine or similar drugs as such drugs may induce ventricular arrhythmia.
b. Eyes: Flush with water.
c. Skin Contact: Flush with water.
d. Ingestion: Call a physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Stable and nonflammable.
b. Explosion: Do not store near sources of heat, in direct sunlight or where temperature exceeds 49C/120F. Do not
puncture or damage containers. Rotate stock to shelf life of 1 year. Avoid spraying near open flames or red hot
coils. Pressurized aerosol containers at elevated temperatures may vent, rupture or burst and add to flying and
falling debris. Intense heat may cause decomposition with emission of halogen acids.
c. Extinguishing Media: None.
d. Spills: Ventilate area. Wipe up spill and dispose to landfill. Wash hands with soap and water.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (203) 743-4447
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-41. Remover, Paint

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: TURCO 5351
b. Nomenclature: Paint Remover
c. Manufacturer: Turco Products, Incorporated
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: TT-R-248
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust ventilation required.
b. Respiration: Vapor from this product is heavier than air and will travel along the ground to collect in low lying
areas, such as sumps. Personnel entering such areas must be provided with respiratory protection and a safety line.
They should be kept under observation while in the area by another man at a safe distance.
c. Eyes: Well fitting cup type or rubber framed goggles required.
d. Hands: Protective gloves required.
e. Body: Solvent resistant apron required.
f. Feet: Solvent resistant boots required.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air. If breathing is difficult administer oxygen. If breathing has stopped
apply artificial respiration. Obtain medical attention.
b. Eyes: Flush eyes with large volumes of water for 15 minutes. Obtain medical attention immediately.
c. Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothing, launder before reuse. Wash affected skin area with soap and water.
If irritation persists or blistering of skin occurs, obtain medical attention.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Dilute by giving large volumes of milk or water. Obtain medical attention
immediately. Transport to hospital as soon as possible.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire:
b. Explosion: Normal decomposition may produce toxic oxides of carbon and chlorine. Drums exposed to even
moderate heat may develop sufficient internal pressure to rupture.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, foam.
d. Spills: Ventilate area. Wipe up or absorb spillage onto absorbent material. Recover in drums for disposal.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 634-3300
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-42. Sealant, Grade AV

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Loctite AV10-10
b. Nomenclature: Sealant, Grade AV
c. Manufacturer: Loctite Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: None
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: None.
b. Respiration: None.
c. Eyes: Goggles recommended.
d. Hands: Protective gloves recommended.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: None.
b. Eyes: Flush with water.
c. Skin Contact: Flush with water.
d. Ingestion: Keep calm and obtain medical attention.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 200F.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: CO2, foam, dry chemical.
d. Spills: Flush with shop solvents.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (203) 278-1280 Ext. 429
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-43. Solder, Rosin Cored

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: "282" Rosin Cored Solder
b. Nomenclature: Solder, Rosin Cored
c. Manufacturer: Kester Solder Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: QQ-S-571
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Use in well ventilated area.
b. Respiration: Usually not required.
c. Eyes: Avoid splattering hot flux into eyes.
d. Hands: None.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove smoke from breathing area.
b. Eyes: Wash flux from eyes, treat for burns.
c. Skin Contact: Wash flux from skin, treat for burns.
d. Ingestion: None.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 420F.
b. Explosion: Ignition temperature of flux is 650F. Do not put it into a hot solder pot, flux may ignite.
c. Extinguishing Media: Water, carbon dioxide or dry chemical.
d. Spills: Not applicable. Solder does not spill.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (312) 235-1600
b. Routine Inquires: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-44. Solvent, Cleaning

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Chevron Thinner 410B
b. Nomenclature: Solvent, Cleaning
c. Manufacturer: Chevron Oil Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: P-D-680, Type II
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environments: Adequate ventilation required.
b. Respiration: If Threshold Limit Value of 50 ppm is exceeded for a daily 8-hour period, use an approved organic
vapor respirator or self-contained breathing apparatus.
c. Eyes: Chemical goggles recommended.
d. Hands: Impervious neoprene or rubber gloves required.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air and get medical attention. If breathing has stopped, apply artificial
respiration.
b. Eyes: Flush eyes with water for at least 15 minutes.
c. Skin Contact: Wash with water.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting; get medical attention immediately.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 140F.
b. Explosion: Self-contained breathing apparatus should be worn to fight fire.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam, water spray.
d. Spills: Eliminate all open flames in vicinity of spill or released vapor. Clean up spills immediately with absorbent
material such as clay or diatomaceous earth.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (415) 232-1514 Ext. 4957
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-45. Solvent, Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK)

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: MEK
b. Nomenclature: Solvent, Methyl Ethyl Ketone
c. Manufacturer: Ashland
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: TT-M-261
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Sufficient mechanical and/or local exhaust ventilation to maintain exposure below threshold limit
value (TLV) 200 PPM.
b. Respiration: If TLV is exceeded, a NIOSH/MSHA air supplied respirator is advised.
c. Eyes: Use chemical splash goggles or other type safety glasses.
d. Hands: Use natural rubber or neoprene (synthetic rubber) gloves.
e. Body: Wear impervious clothing.
f. Feet: Wear impervious boots.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Avoid breathing of vapor. Remove individual to fresh air. If breathing is difficult, administer
oxygen. If breathing has stopped, give artificial respiration. Keep person warm and quiet and get medical help.
b. Eyes: Flush with large amounts of water, lifting upper and lower lids occasionally. See a doctor.
c. Skin Contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before re-use.
d. Ingestion: Drink two glasses of water; induce vomiting immediately by sticking finger down throat. Call a doctor;
never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Highly flammable and readily gives off vapors. Keep container closed.
b. Explosion: Even the residue can ignite explosively. Never use welding or cutting torch on or near product or even
empty container.
c. Extinguishing Media: Alcohol foam or carbon dioxide or dry chemical.
d. Small Spill: Absorb liquid on paper, vermiculite, floor absorbent, or other absorbent material and transfer to
hood. Allow sufficient time for vapors to completely clear hood duct work. Destroy remaining material by
burning in an iron pan.
e. Large Spill: Eliminate all ignition sources (flares, flames, including pilot lights, electrical sparks). Persons not
wearing protective equipment should be excluded from area of spill. Stop spill at source. Dike area of spill to
prevent spreading; pump liquid to salvage tank. Remaining liquid may be taken up on sand, clay, earth, floor
absorbent, or other absorbent material and shoveled into containers. Destroy by liquid incineration.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (606) 324-1133
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-46. Solvent, Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (MIBK)

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: MIBK
b. Nomenclature: Solvent, Methyl Isobutyl Ketone
c. Manufacturer: Fisher Scientific Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: TT-M-268
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Adequate ventilation required. Keep away from heat, sparks, and flames. Keep in tightly closed
container.
b. Respiration: All purpose canister mask or chemical cartridge respirator required.
c. Eyes: Use face shield.
d. Hands: Use rubber or vinyl coated gloves.
e. Body: Approved working clothes required.
f. Feet: Wear impervious boots.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Avoid breathing of vapor. If inhaled, remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial
respiration. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Call a physician.
b. Eyes: Flush with large amounts of water, lifting upper and lower lids occasionally. See a doctor.
c. Skin Contact: Wash thoroughly with water for at least 15 minutes. Remove contaminated clothing and wash
before re-use.
d. Ingestion: Induce vomiting and call a physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 62F. Keep in tightly closed container.
b. Explosion: Never use welding or cutting torch on or near product or even empty container.
c. Extinguishing Media: Use carbon dioxide or dry chemical for small fires. Use alcohol type foam for large fires.
d. Spills: Absorb on vermiculite. Avoid prolonged or repeated breathing of vapor.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (201) 796-7100.
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-47. Solvent, Naphtha

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: TTN-95
b. Nomenclature: Solvent, Naphtha
c. Manufacturer: Chevron Oil Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: TT-N-95
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Use in well ventilated area. Keep container closed and away from heat, sparks or open flame.
b. Respiration: If Threshold Limit Value of 250 ppm is exceeded for a daily 8-hour period, use an approved organic
vapor respirator or self-contained breathing apparatus.
c. Eyes: Chemical goggles recommended.
d. Hands: Rubber or plastic gloves recommended.
e. Body: Use good personal hygiene. Dry contaminated clothing before use.
f. Feet: No special protection required.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air. Call a doctor. Give artificial respiration if breathing has stopped.
b. Eyes: Flush eyes with water for at least 15 minutes, and if irritation persists, get medical attention.
c. Skin Contact: Flush skin with water.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting; get medical attention immediately.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 23F. Self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing should be worn to fight fire.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam or water fog.
d. Spills: Clean up spills immediately with absorbent material such as clay or diatomaceous earth. Avoid prolonged
or repeated breathing of vapor.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (415) 232-1514, Ext. 4178 or Ext. 2027
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-48. Solvent, Trichloroethane

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Trichloroethane III
b. Nomenclature: Solvent, Trichloroethane
c. Manufacturer: Ashland
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: MIL-T-81533
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Provide sufficient mechanical and/or local exhaust ventilation.
b. Respiration: In the absence of adequate ventilation, use NIOSH/MSHD air supplied respirator.
c. Eyes: Chemical splash goggles or other type safety glasses required.
d. Hands: Resistant gloves required.
e. Body: Impervious clothing required.
f. Feet: Impervious boots required.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Avoid breathing of vapor. Remove individual to fresh air. Administer oxygen if breathing is
difficult. If breathing has stopped, give artificial respiration. Keep person warm and quiet and get medical help.
b. Eyes: Flush with large amounts of water, lifting upper and lower lids occasionally. See a doctor.
c. Skin Contact: Thoroughly wash exposed area with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing. Launder
contaminated clothing before re-use.
d. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Call a doctor.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Never use welding or cutting torch on or near drum (even empty) because product, even just residue,
can ignite. Use self-contained breathing apparatus with a full face piece operated in pressure-demand or other
positive mode.
b. Explosion: Can ignite explosively.
c. Extinguishing Media: Water fog. Keep fire exposed containers cool with water.
d. Spills: For small spill, mop up, wipe up or soak immediately. Remove to out of doors. Allow any remaining
residue to evaporate completely. For large spill, evacuate area, contain liquids, transfer to closed metal containers.
Keep out of water supplies. Deposit in regulation landfill.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (614) 889-3333
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-49. Thinner, Lacquer

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Bostik
b. Nomenclature: Thinner, Lacquer
c. Manufacturer: Bostik West, Division of USM Corporation
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number:
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Ventilation required. Eye bath and safety shower required.
b. Respiration: Use approved respiratory protection such as an air-supplied mask if used in non-ventilated area.
c. Eyes: Chemical splash goggles or face shield required.
d. Hands: Chemically resistant gloves required.
e. Body: None.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air, consult physician.
b. Eyes: Flush with water for at least 15 minutes, consult physician.
c. Skin Contact: Wash affected area with soap and water.
d. Ingestion: Consult physician immediately.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: Flash point 41F.
b. Explosion: Vapor forms explosive mixture with air between upper and lower explosion limits.
c. Extinguishing Media: Foam, CO2, water fog, dry chemical. Do not use water.
d. Spills: Eliminate sources of ignition and clear fumes from area. Prevent liquid from entering sewers, water
courses, or low areas. Keep unnecessary personnel away. Shut off source. Contain spilled liquid with sawdust,
sand, or oil absorbing compound.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (213) 320-6800
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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Table 4-50. Trichlorotrifluoroethane

I. IDENTIFICATION
a. Trade Name/Number: Freon 113
b. Nomenclature: Trichlorotrifluoroethane
c. Manufacturer: E.I. Dupont de Nemours and Company
d. Military Specification Number/Part Number: Freon 113
II. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
a. Environment: Local exhaust ventilation is required when large amounts are released. Mechanical ventilation
required especially in low places.
b. Respiration: Use air mask in high concentrations.
c. Eyes: Goggles required. Contact lenses should not be worn when working with this chemical.
d. Hands: Protective gloves required.
e. Body: Impervious clothing, face shields (eight-inch minimum) required.
f. Feet: None.
III. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
a. Breathing Fumes: Remove to fresh air. Call a physician. Do not give epinephrine or similar drugs.
b. Eyes: Flush eyes with water, lifting the lower and upper lids occasionally. Get medical attention immediately.
c. Skin Contact: Flush with water.
d. Ingest ion: Induce vomiting. Call a physician.
IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
a. Fire: None.
b. Explosion: None.
c. Extinguishing Media: Nonflammable.
d. Spills: Ventilate area - especially low places where heavy vapors might collect. Remove open flames.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a. Manufacturer Emergency Telephone Number: (302) 774-2421
b. Routine Inquiries: Refer to Table 4-2.

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