LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS. This list includes abbreviations used in this manual.
Department of Army Pamphlet
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION, CAPABILITIES, AND FEATURES.
Provides potable water to four nozzles for dispensing water.
Four nozzles individually controlled for dispensing water.
Capabilities and Features
Pumps potable water from two 500-gallon water drums.
Units easily setup and maintained.
Fueled from gas drum or gas can.
DESTRUCTION OF ARMY MATERIAL TO PREVENT ENEMY USE. Department of Army regulations and
procedures for destruction of defense equipment to prevent enemy use will be those prescribed in TM 7502443,
Procedures for Destruction of Equipment to Prevent Enemy Use (Mobility Equipment Command).
PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT For administrative storage of equipment, refer to TM 740901.
SB740991 for Army instructions and MCO 4450.7 for Marine Corps. For package discrepancy Marine Corps personnel
will submit appropriate Report of Discrepancy (ROD) as prescribed by MCO 4430.3 and on SP361 Discrepancy in
Shipment Report (DISREP) as prescribed by MCO P4610.19C for shipment report DISREP.
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS.
125GPM Pump and Engine Assy. The 125 GPM pump and engine assy (6) provides power to operate the FAWPSS. The
pump provides 125gallons of fresh water per minute at 50foot head. A 5gallmo gas can (15) with a flexible spout (13) is
supplied with the engine and pump assy.
500Gallon Water Drum. The six 500gallon water drums (1) (used two at a time) are designed for a working pressure of 4
to 5 psi pounds/square inch (0.3 to 0.4 kg/cm)]. When filled to its 500gallon capacity, the water drum (1) is round in shape
towing and lifting yoke assy (16). Two elbow coupler valve assys (2) are provided with the 500gallon water drums (1) for
ease of connection to the FAWPSS system.
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