(12) At end of operation, release overwing nozzle
trigger or return closed circuit nozzle control handle to
If 2 inch hose was used before using 1
the no flow position.
inch hose, depress and hold deadman
release plunger in the hose reel cabinet
deadman system. If this procedure is not
Do not disconnect nozzle ground wire before
followed, no fuel will flow to 1-inch hose.
removing nozzle. Always remove nozzle first.
(13) Remove overwing nozzle or disconnect
(8) Adjust engine throttle for desired flow rate
closed circuit nozzle by pulling actuating cable loop
reel. Unreel hose far enough to reach aircraft.
en hose reel lock.
(16) Close all valves and shut off engine
Bonding of the semitrailer to aircraft and
while refueling shall be mandatory, regard-
less of the amount of fuel to be dispensed,
the fuel nozzle ground wire to the aircraft be-
DO NOT let go of the static reel cable when
fore bringing nozzle in contact with the air-
rewinding until the ball stop Is firmly touching
the reel. Failure to follow this warning may
cause Injury to personnel.
(10) Before removing aircraft fill cap, attach
(17) Disconnect the static reel cable first from
aircraft and then from grounding stud. Rewind the static
(11) Insert overwing nozzle into fill port of
aircraft, or connect closed circuit nozzle to helicopter
indicator indicates no flow.
Hose reel cabinet door is heavy use two
hands when opening and closing. Use
latches to lock door. Do not slam.
(18) Close hose reel cabinet door and latch it in
(19) Store and cover fire extinguishers.
Defueling Operation With 2-inch Hose. This oper-
ation is used to remove fuel from aircraft. The fuel is
pumped from the aircraft through a filter/separator, a me-
ter, a hose reel for the 2-inch hose, a bottom load adapt-
er, and into the tank (fig. 2-40). Operating instructions are
A defueling hose must be available at the site.