FM 10-67-1 PDF

Section I. Accountability and Inventory. PETROLEUM ACCOUNTING RECORDS AND REPORTS. Soldiers storing or transferring class III products must. provide extensive information about FM ( ). SUPERCESSION STATEMENT. This publication supersedes ATP dated 21 July , FM dated 2 April. and FM

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These practices also enhance work force performance and public relations. The zero point is the point of contact between the snap and the eye of the bob.

Also, they cm be checked when repairs and modifications are made to the tank.

A brass angle is used to position the gage stick. To do this, place the drum in a vertical position. DA Form Petroleum Sample.

Concepts and Equipment of Petroleum Operations (FM ) by Army, Department of the

The piers and jetties are usually equipped with several pipelines to carry different fuels. Do Not adjust the cables in a cable-operated arm.

Figure, shows an innage tape and bob. The following paragraphs discuss volume calculations for liquid petroleum products.

Make sure the bob does not rest on a rivet or other obstruction. The sample types are given below. They are f, to the pier with anchor bolts. It also washes away soil under the tank, causing the tank to cm. DA Pamphlet or as appropriate give detailed procedures for bulk petroleum accounting procedures.

Maintenance requirements of line handling equipment include the following. To determine this, compare the length of the unwound tape with the reference height of the tank.

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Hose assemblies, rubber, oil and gasoline discharge, smooth-bore, lightweight buoyant type MIL-H ships latest revision. Depending on the size of the tankers 10–67-1 be moored, the mooring facility can have three, five, or seven legs as shown in Figure This equipment is given below. It is the cut is hard to read, put product-indicating paste on the bob and gage the tank again. Wire-reinforced neoprene rubber hoses are flanged to the ends of submarine and pier pipelines.

If any of these things are in the tank in sufficient levels to cause dm, clean the tank before using it. The only difference in use between this stick and the petroleum gage stick is that the product cut is recorded in gallons. Be careful not to put so much paste on the bob 1-067-1 it will cause a false reading.

The types of contamination are given below. Hose assemblies, rubber, oil and gasoline discharge, smooth-bore, lightweight buoyant type Fmm ships latest revision Hose and hose assemblies, synthetic rubber, reinforced, water- and oil resistant, 106-7-1 and regular service, high-pressure type type C MIL-H ships latest revision Hose and hose assemblies, rubber, oil- and gasoline discharge, smooth-bore, lightweight, buoyant type; reattachable couplings and adapters MIL-H ships latest revision Hose, rubber, gasoline, with reusable couplings, low temperature MIL-H, latest revision.

Hangers and tiedowns as shown in Figure are used to attach pipelines to bridges and trestles. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of The roads, walkways, railroad tracks, and culverts required to operate a petroleum installation should be safe.

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Concepts and Equipment of Petroleum Operations (FM 10-67-1)

It also discusses petroleum measurement techniques. When using the stick, make sure to lower it vertically into the tank as shown in Figurepagestep A. Innage is the depth fn the product from its surface to the tank bottom or datum plate.

Hydrometer, graduated scale, API 19 to 31 range, mm long, 14mm diameter, with thermometer.

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Capacity tables showing quantities of either innage or outage gages should be based on accurate tank calibration data. Also, an informal record log must be fj for all samples sent to the petroleum laboratory. Product listings are not comprehensive. As a rule, liquid samples should be 1 gallon and semisolid samples should be 5 pounds.

Tanks should be cleaned as often as possible to prevent corrosion and pitting of interior surfaces. Determine the maximum allowable loss by adding the opening inventory to the receipts. Also, it is used to detect bottom sediment and water, to make volume calculations, and to sample fuels.

Repairs to structures such as piers and pilings cannot be done by organizational maintenance personnel.