Some fuel suppliers blend anti-icing
additive in their storage tanks. Prior to
refueling, check with the fuel supplier to
determine if fuel has been blended. To
assure proper concentration by volume of
fuel on board, blend only enough additive
for the unblended fuel.
Engine oil is used to heat the fuel on entering the
fuel control. Since no temperature measurement is
available for the fuel at this point, it must be assumed
to be the same as the OAT. The minimum oil fuel
temperature graph, Figure 5-2, is a guide in preflight
planning, based on known or forecast operating
conditions, to allow the operator to become aware of
operating temperatures where icing at the fuel control
could occur. If the pilot should indicate that oil
temperatures versus OAT are such that ice formation
could occur during takeoff or in flight anti-icing additive
per MIL-I-27686 should be mixed with the fuel at
refueling to ensure safe operation. In the event that
authorized fuels are not available, limitations on graph
5-43. TIRE LIMITATIONS.
Maximum tire speeds are:
High Flotation Gear
139 Knots (160 MPH)
..155 Knots (180 MPH)
5-44. STRUCTURAL LIMITATIONS.
Maximum sink rate
at touchdown (12,500 pounds)
Refer to Chapter 4 of the A200/A200CT/B200C
Maintenance Manual for structural limitations.
5-45. FDS 255 REQUIREMENTS.
a. EFIS fans must be operational.
b. Both pilots flight displays must be in the
traditional ADI and HSI mode for takeoffs and the final
segment of instrument approaches. MAP modes are
not authorized for takeoffs or the final segment of
c. Full-scale ADI and HSI displays are required
for normal operations. The Primary Flight Display
(PFD) mode is for reversionary use.
d. The following placard must be installed above
the right seat pilots EADI: "FMS2 OBS MODE MUST
BE FLOWN FROM THE LEFT SEAT PILOTS SEAT
Figure 5-2. Oil/Fuel Temperature Graph