Section VI. MAINTENANCE OF TANK, HOSES,
COUPLING, STRAINER, VALVES, AND TUBING
fittings for the following components are bonded within
the tank at the respective openings:
a. General. The tank assembly (125, fig. 4-9) is a
(1) Top strainer and cap assemblies (116
200-gallon tank. It is molded from fiberglass reinforced
polyester, and has two internal baffles. It is attached to
(2) Overflow tube a n d connector (61 through
the tank support assembly (133) by two strap assemblies
64, 111 and 112).
(123) and serves as the reservoir for the spray liquid.
(3) Liquid level gage (110).
Tank spray liquid quantity is displayed by a liquid level
(4) Bypass valve and gasket (52 and 51).
gage (110) and by markings on the ends of the tank.
(5) Sump and gasket (34 and 33).
The tank is translucent, allowing the fluid level within to
b. Maintenance Adjustment.
be seen. The tank is normally filled from the bottom by
adjustment of the tank assembly consists primarily of
the liquid loading system.
However, it may be gravity
inspecting the tank for signs of leaks, security of
filled through an opening in the top. Brackets for
components, and for security of tiedown straps and lugs.
fastening boom support struts and cables are bonded to
the top ends of the tank.