Table 2-1. Fueling/Defueling Operation Summary (Con `t).
M970 and M970A1
me following operations can be performed with the M970 and M970A1, Aircraft Under/Overwing Fuel Dispens-
BULK HAUL AND FUEL SERVICING NOT INVOLVING USE OF PUMP AND ENGINE.
Bottom Loading (Nonfiltered)
NONFILTERED FUEL SERVICING INVOLVING USE OF ENGINE AND PUMP
FILTERED FUEL SERVICING.
Filtered Bulk Delivery
AIRCRAFT FUEL SERVICING.
Aircraft Single Point Underwing Fuel Dispensing
Aircraft Overwing/Closed Circuit Dispensing
Recirculation with 2-inch Hose
Recirculation with l-inch Hose
DO NOT mix incompatible fuels In tank.
When top loading through fill cover, there Is
Dangerous fumes and explosion may result.
no automatic shutdown. Man the loading
Know what fuel was previously carried so that
hose to avoid fuel spillage. Use capacity
preventive measures may be taken to ensure
indicator gage and dipstick gage to
that injurious or explosive fumes are not
determine amount of fuel loaded. Failure to
released. Failure to follow this warning may
follow this warning may result in uncontrolled
result in injury or death to personnel.
fuel spillage and a fire or explosion hazard.
Changing Fuels. If fuel to be loaded is not the same
fuel as previously carried, refer to FM 10-71, Petroleum
Ladder has narrow tread. Use care when climbing.
Tank Vehicle Operations, for information on purging
2-13. Basic Bulk Haul and Fuel Servicing
Operations Not Involving Use of Engine and
(2) Ensure that all valves are closed.
Pump (All Models)
only be loaded through the top manhole when bottom
(a) Loading With Rack or Stand. Connect the
loading is not possible. Bottom loading minimizes the
bonding and grounding cable of the loading rack or stand
to one of the four grounding studs on top of tank or one of
the two on the lower side of the tank (fig. 2-7) before
opening fill cover.