disinfectants can be included in
However, do not include these
materials in the tank precharge.
Rinse and drain the tank several
times to insure that the tank is
Wipe the exterior surfaces of the
tank using a cloth moistened with
clear water and disinfectant.
toilet shall be serviced with
antifreeze solution to prevent
Charge the tank with a mixture of water and
Install the tank by inserting the
slides located on each side of the
knife valve into the slide plate
assembly on the bottom of the
toilet and slide tank into place.
Press the two fasteners to the first
detent to secure the tank.
Remove the cap in the flush hose
quick disconnect and connect the
disconnect. Lock the disconnect
Pull the knife valve actuator to fully
open the valve.
Lift the toilet seat and shroud
assembly from the top of the toilet
and wipe with cloth moistened with
clear water and disinfectant. Wipe
the bowl and surrounding area.
Check flushing operation of the
toilet and check for leaks.
Close access to the toilet.
The aircraft is protected in subfreezing weather by
spraying the surfaces (to be covered with protective covers)
with defrosting fluid. Spraying defrosting fluid on aircraft
surfaces before installing protective covers will permit
protective covers to be removed with a minimum of sticking.
To prevent freezing rain and snow from blowing under
protective covers and diluting the fluid, insure that protective
covers are fitted tightly. As a deicing measure, keep
exposed aircraft surface wet with fluid for protection against
Do not apply anti-icing, deicing and
defrosting fluid to exposed aircraft surfaces
if snow is expected. Melting snow will
dilute the defrosting fluid and form a slush
mixture which will freeze in place and
become difficult to remove.
Use undiluted anti-icing, deicing, and defrosting fluid
(MIL-A-8243) to treat aircraft surfaces for protection against
freezing rain and frost. Spray aircraft surface sufficiently to
wet area, but without excessive drainage. A fine spray is
recommended to prevent waste. Use diluted, hot fluid to
remove ice accumulations.
Remove frost or ice accumulations from
aircraft surfaces by spraying with diluted
anti-icing, deicing, and defrosting fluid
mixed in accordance with Table 2-10.
Spray diluted, hot fluid in a solid stream
(not over 15 gallons per minute).
Thoroughly saturate aircraft surface and
remove loose ice. Keep a sufficient
quantity of diluted, hot fluid on aircraft
surface coated with ice to prevent liquid
layer from freezing. Diluted, hot fluid
should be sprayed at a high pressure,
but not exceeding 300 PSI.
When facilities for heating are not
available and it is deemed necessary to
remove ice accumulations from aircraft
surfaces, undiluted defrosting fluid may
be used. Spray undiluted defrosting
fluid at 15 minute intervals to assure
complete coverage. Removal of ice
defrosting fluid in expensive and slow.
If tires are frozen to ground, use
undiluted defrosting fluid to melt ice
around tire. Move aircraft as soon as
tires are free. Recommended Fluid