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FIRE FIGHTING ENTERPRISES Ltd.

COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL


BA51015, BA51012, BA23044, BA20703, BA21775, BA61016WG

2.5 lb, 1.5 kg BCF and 1.5 lb Water


Fire Extinguisher Assembly

PART NUMBER
BA51015-, BA51012-, BA23044-, BA20703-
, BA21775-, BA61016WG-

COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL


WITH
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST

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RECORD OF REVISIONS

Retain this record in front of manual. On receipt of revisions, insert revised pages in
manual and enter revision number, date inserted and initial.

Rev Issue Inserted Rev Issue Inserted


No. Date Date By No. Date Date By

1 Feb 97

2 Jul 08

3 July 12

4 Sept 12

5 Dec 13

6 Dec 14

7 Jan 16

8 Jul 16

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RECORD OF TEMPORARY REVISIONS

Rev Issue Inserted Rev Issue Inserted


No. Date Date By No. Date Date By

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SERVICE BULLETIN LIST

Service Date Service Date


Bulletin Incorporated Bulletin Incorporated

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

Subject Page Date Subject Page Date


Title page 1 Jan 16 Illustrated parts list 8 Jan 16
9 Jul 16
Record of revision 1 Jul 16 10 Jul 16
11 Jul 16
Record of temporary 1 Jul 16 12 Jul 16
revisions 13 Jul 16
Jul 16 14 Jul 16
Service Bulletin list 1 Jul 16 15 Jul 16
Jul 16 16 Jul 16
List of effective 1 Jul 16 17 Jul 16
pages 18 Jul 16
Jul 16
Table of contents 1 Jul 16
Jul 16
Introduction 1 Jul 16
Jul 16
Description and 1 Jul 16
operation 2 Jul 16
3 Jul 16
Jul 16
Cleaning 3 Jul 16
Jul 16
Check 4 Jul 16
Jul 16
Maintenance and 5 Jul 16
overhaul 6 Jul 16
Jul 16
Repair 7 Jul 16

Assembly and 7 Jul 16


storage

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

DESCRIPTION and OPERATION 1

CLEANING 3

CHECK 4

MAINTENANCE and OVERHAUL 5

REPAIR 7

ASSEMBLY and STORAGE 7

ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST 8

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INTRODUCTION

1. General
This manual has been compiled in accordance with the requirements set out in
specification ATA 100. It is intended to provide such data as is necessary for an
approved repairer to return an unserviceable Fire Extinguisher Assembly to a
serviceable condition.

2. Manufacturing
The Fire Extinguisher Assy is manufactured and product supported by:

Fire Fighting Enterprises Ltd Percival Aviation Ltd


9 Hunting Gate Sapphire House
Hitchin 15 Barnes Wallis Road
Hertfordshire SG4 0TJ Segensworth
England Hampshire PO15 5TT
England

Tele: 44 (0) 845 402 4242 Tele: 44 (0) 01489 569000


Fax: 44 (0) 845 402 4201 Fax: 44 (0) 01489 569050

3. Layout
This manual contains a general description and operation followed by data for
maintenance, repair, disassembly and assembly of the Fire Extinguisher
Assembly. This is followed by an Illustrated Parts List, which gives detailed
information.

4. Revision Service
This manual will be updated as required by revisions. Service Bulletins may be
issued separately. Their effect on the manual will however, be made evident by
re-issue of the Service Bulletin List as appropriate.

5 Shop Verification
This manual has been shop verified and has accomplished all dis-assembly,
assembly, testing and troubleshooting, by actually performing the functions
covered in this manual on equipment of identical configuration.

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1 DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

A. Description

(1) This manual contains maintenance and overhaul instructions for


Aircraft Cabin Portable Fire Extinguishers, type numbers:

BA51015 - 1.5kg BCF (Halon 1211)


BA51012 - 1.5kg BCF (Halon 1211)
BA23044 - 1.5kg BCF (Halon 1211)
BA20703 - 2.5lb BCF (Halon 1211)
BA21775 - 2.5lb BCF (Halon 1211)
BA61016WG - 1.5lb Water Glycol

(2) BCF (Halon 1211) extinguisher vessel contains extinguishing agent BCF
(Halon 1211). The containers are pressurised with Dry Nitrogen. Actuation
of the extinguisher is accomplished by manual trigger action.

(3) Part number BA61016WG extinguisher vessel contains extinguishing agent


Water Glycol. The containers are pressurised with SF6 (N2 with
Sulphurhexafluoride). Actuation of the extinguisher is accomplished
by manual trigger action.

(4) The basic cylinder of all types of extinguisher consists of a seamless


aluminium cylindrical container. Each extinguisher is fitted with an acytal co-
polymer head, fitted with a Verton RF700-10 trigger, containing a spring-
loaded plunger and secondary seal.

(5) Fire extinguishers, part numbers BA51012, BA21775 and BA23044 are fitted
with a special discharge nozzle, which enables the extinguisher to be used in a
flush mounted bulkhead fitting.

(6) The UK standard colour for all BCF (Halon 1211) extinguishers is GREEN
with Water Glycol extinguishers being RED.

(7) Suffix letters to the part numbers of extinguishers are defined as follows:
R = Colour of container RED (BCF units only)
Y = Colour of container YELLOW (BC units only)
G = Container fitted with gauge
S = Short tailed trigger fitted

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(8)
Leading particulars BCF Water Glycol
Extinguishing agent BCF (Halon 1211) Water Glycol
Quantity of agent 2.5lb, 1.5kg 1.5lb
Operating temperature range -40oC to + 75oC -10oC to + 55oC
Survival temperature range -40oC to +75oC -17oC to + 70oC
Other -5 -5
Pressures Other models
models models models
8.5 bar 8.5 bar
Charge pressure 125 psi 125 psi
(124 psi) (124 psi)
26bar 26bar
Proof pressure - assembly 360 psi 360 psi
(375 psi) (375 psi)
55bar 55bar
Burst pressure 1100 psi 1100 psi
(800 psi) (800 psi)
American National American National
Climatic grading
Standard B117-1964 Standard B117-1964
Up to 50,000 ft. Up to 50,000 ft.
Altitude rating
(15,240 meters) (15,240 meters)
12 inches 12 inches
Compass safe distance
(0.304 meters) 0.304 meters)
Life - Fire extinguisher 10 years 10 years
Life - Bracket On condition On condition
Gross weight complete assembly,
1.95kg *
including bracket (Item 2-1) 2.5lb Not applicable
model
Gross weight complete assembly,
including bracket (Item 2-1) 1.5kg Not applicable
2.27kg *
model
Gross weight complete assembly,
1.50kg *
Gauge model including bracket Not applicable
(Item 2-1) 1.5lb model
Gross weight complete assembly, 2.01kg *
Gauge model including bracket Gauge model not Not applicable
(Item 2-1) 2.5lb model available with -5 models
Gross weight complete assembly, 2.33kg *
Gauge model including bracket Gauge model not Not applicable
(Item 2-1) 1.5kg model available with -5 models
NOTE: * ALL WEIGHTS NOMINAL. For ‘Check Weight’ always refer to extinguisher
label and base of container, where the check weight is repeated

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B. Operation

(1) Remove extinguisher (Fig 1) from bracket (Fig 2)

(2) Lift safety catch on operating head.

(3) Aim Extinguisher at base of fire


.
(4) Squeeze trigger. This fractures the frangible seal on the syphon tube
assembly discharging the contents through nozzle. On releasing the
trigger the spring forces the cylindrical piston onto the secondary seal
‘O’ ring . Thus interrupting the flow of extinguishant and preventing
leakage of any remaining agent in the container.

(5) Operation of the trigger also fractures the indicator disc Fig 1 (140)
RED, causing it to eject from the discharge head assembly Fig 1 (100),
thus providing a visual indication that the extinguisher has been used.

(6) The optimum distance from the fire for effective firefighting, is
between 4 and 6 feet, with the extinguisher held within 30o either side
of vertical

2. CLEANING

A. General

(1) No special materials are required for cleaning. The outside of


extinguishers should be cleaned with cotton wipers, removing grease
and dust etc.

(2) Discharge Heads should be clean and free from foreign objects.

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3. CHECK

A. General

(1) Red ‘Indicator disc’ Fig 1 (140) should be in place

(2) Discharge H e a d s : Check f o r s m o o t h o p e r a t i o n , b y


s q u e e z i n g operating lever (trigger). If action feels sluggish,
stiff or has a tendency to stick, replace.

NOMENCLATURE METHOD PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY

Container Visual Empty, dents, scored Replace container

Head assembly Visual Broken Replace head


assembly

Indicator Disc Visual Extinguisher used Replace container

High Resolution Broken Replace indicator disc


Scales

Operating Lever Visual Broken Replace with new


head assembly

Inspection Requirements for Mechanical Parts


Table 1

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4. MAINTENANCE AND OVERHAUL

A. General

NOTE: Refilling of Fire Extinguishers is not recommended for approved


containers, unless the Operator has an approved filling rig.

NOTE: Prior to starting disassembly operations, personnel shall read


carefully all instructions and study the illustration applicable to the
equipment undergoing overhaul

CAUTION: TIME EXPIRED, USED OR PART USED EXTINGUISHERS,


ANY REMAINING EXTINGUISHANT MUST NOT
BE VENTED TO ATMOSPHERE. IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT USERS CONTACT THEIR LOCAL ENVIRONMENT
AGENCY TO SEEK GUIDANCE ON HANDLING THE
EXTINGUISHANT IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THE
REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THEIR GEOGRAPHIC
LOCATION.

WARNING: TAKE CARE WHEN UNSCREWING THE OPERATING


HEAD. UNSCREW HEAD SLOWLY. IF A ‘HISSING’ NOISE
IS HEARD SCREW HEAD BACK TIGHTLY AS THIS
INDICATES THE FRANGIBLE PLUG HAS BEEN
FRACTURED AND WILL CAUSE A SUDDEN RELEASE OF
GAS OR PRESSURE IF THE HEAD IS UNSCREWED.

NOTE: The overall life of the Fire Extinguisher is 10 years, during that
period no hydrostatic testing of the Fire Extinguisher (pressure
vessel) is required.
(1) Extinguishers without obvious damage and not discharged, part
discharged, empty, but fully charged, should be check weighed at
periods of approximately 12 months. If gauge is fitted, ensure needle
is in the GREEN sector.

(2) The weight check must be performed with the Transit Pin (130)
removed. Any additional labels the operator / service station may have
added to the Assembly must also be taken into account.

Place e x t i n g u i s h e r o n h i g h -resolution s c a l e s a n d c h e c k
t h a t t h e extinguisher weight is within 10 grams (0.352ozs) of that
stated on the back screen print label or label on neck of cylinder, and/or
on concave base of container where the check weight is repeated.
Extinguishers under specified weight/tolerance must be rejected.

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(3) Return serviceable extinguisher to service or storage.

B. Extinguisher Overhaul

CAUTION: TIME EXPIRED, USED, OR PART USED EXTINGUISHERS.


ANY REMAINING EXTINGUISHANT MUST NOT
BE VENTED TO ATMOSPHERE.IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT USERS CONTACT THEIR LOCAL
ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCY TO SEEK
GUIDANCE ON HANDLING THE
EXTINGUISHANT IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THE
REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THEIR GEOGRAPHIC
LOCATION.

WARNING: TAKE CARE WHEN UNSCREWING THE OPERATING


HEAD. UNSCREW HEAD SLOWLY. IF A ‘HISSING’ NOISE
IS HEARD SCREW HEAD BACK TIGHTLY AS THIS
INDICATES THE FRANGIBLE PLUG HAS BEEN
FRACTURED AND WILL CAUSE A SUDDEN RELEASE OF
GAS OR PRESSURE IF THE HEAD IS UNSCREWED.

NOTE 1: The overall life of the Fire Extinguisher is 10 years, during that
period no hydrostatic testing of the Fire Extinguisher (pressure
vessel) is required.

NOTE 2: Overhaul must be carried out at a maintenance and overhaul


organisation which is approved by the Regulating Authority.

(1) Unscrew the discharge head assembly Fig 1(100) from the
used container Fig 1(10). Discard the container.

(2) Remove old indicator disc Fig 1(140) shear legs (coloured red)
from the discharge head assembly Fig 1(100) by pushing them
through and out of hole provided for indicator disc.

(3) Ensure old syphon tube assembly ‘pip’ is removed from inside
discharge head assembly.

(4) Serviceable discharge head assemblies should be clean and free


from foreign objects. Check for smooth operation, by squeezing
trigger. If action feels sluggish, stiff, or has any tendency to stick,
then replace with NEW discharge head.

(5) Install new indicator disc Fig 1(140).

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(6) Install serviceable discharge head Fig 1(100) onto fully charged
container Fig 1(10). Do not over tighten discharge head.

5. REPAIR

A. General

Repair of detailed parts is not considered practical. Parts that do not meet
inspection requirements must be replaced.

6. ASSEMBLY AND STORAGE

A. General

(1) Screw discharge head assy. Fig 1 (100) onto a new/serviceable


container Fig 1 (10).

(2) Replace transit pin Fig 2 (130) and new indicator disc Fig 1 (140).

B. Storage

(1) Return extinguisher to service or storage. Extinguishers should be


kept preferably in a dry atmosphere in any attitude.

(2) Extinguishers should be checked approximately every 12 months.


Carry out procedure (A and B) specified in section MAINTENANCE
AND OVERHAUL.

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7. ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST

A. Statement of the purpose of IPL.

This section provides illustrations and parts breakdown of all parts of the
fire extinguisher, which can be dis-assembled, repaired or replaced and
reassembled.

B. Explanation and Usage of IPL.

(1) Introduction

The introduction contains all explanatory information for the individual


sections as is necessary for the use of this IPL. The introduction also
contains a list of abbreviations used in the detailed parts list.

(2) Detailed Parts List

(a) Column FIG/ITEM

The first number in the first line of a page indicates the number of
the figure illustrating the part. The second number indicates the
item number by which the part is identifiable on the illustration. A
dash number indicates that the part is not illustrated.

(b) Column PART NUMBER

The part number column contains the original manufacturer part


number. When standard parts are used, the standard part number is
listed in the column.

(c) Column AIRLINE PART NO.

This column is left blank for airline internal use.

(d) Column NOMENCLATURE

The Nomenclature column gives the name of each assembly or


part. Details of an assembly are listed immediately after the
assembly and are indented one dot to the right, to indicate
relationship.

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(e) Column EFF CODE

The effectivity code column establishes parts relationship with


units or assemblies, which are essentially the same but, have minor
deviations. These units or assemblies are assigned reference letters
such as A, B, C etc. Parts, which are not common to all
configuration but are associated with one or more of the coded lead
items, carry the letter or letters assigned to the lead item with
which it is associated. Where a part is common to all lead items,
the effectivity column is left blank.

(f) Column UNITS PER ASSY

This column contains the quantity of a specified catalogue


sequence numbered part required in the build sequence of only
(where more than one exists) next higher sub-sub-assembly, sub-
assembly, assembly, or installation level as applicable. For bulk
items, the letters ‘AR’ are inserted in the quantity column, to
indicate ‘As Required’. Where items are listed for ‘Reference
Purposes’ ‘RF’ is inserted.

C. List of Abbreviations

The following abbreviations have been used in this IPL.

Term Parts List Definition


As Required AR -
Assembly Assy -
Bromochlorodifluoromethane BCF -
Fire Extinguisher Fire Ex Fire Extinguisher
assembly as shown
in title page.
Effectivity Eff -
Figure Fig -
Illustrated Parts List IPL -
Including Inc -
Paragraph Para -
Reference RF -
Revision Rev -
Superseded SUPSD -
Supersedes SUPDS -

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D. Service Bulletin Incorporation

Assemblies, sub-assemblies and detail parts subject to modification,


deletion, addition, or replacement by an issued Service Bulletin are
annotated, to show both pre and post Service Bulletin configuration. The
term (pre SB XXX) in the Nomenclature column designates the original
configuration and the term (SB XXX) identifies assemblies and parts after
the Service Bulletin modification has been completed.

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100 140

130

10

FIRE EXTINGUISHER
FIGURE 1

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Fig. Part Number Airline Nomenclature Eff Code Units


Item Code 1234567 per
assy

1 -1 BA51015-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher A RF


SUPSD by BA51015-5
- 1A BA51015R-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher B RF
(Red) SUPSD by BA51015R-5

- 1B BA51015S-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher C RF


SUPSD by BA51015S-5
- 1C BA51015SR-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher D RF
(Red) SUPSD by BA51015SR-5

- 1D BA51015G-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher E RF


(Gauge) SUPSD by BA51015-5

- 1E BA51015GR-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher F RF


(Gauge/Red) SUPSD by
BA51015R-5
- 1F BA51015GS-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher G RF
(Gauge) SUPSD by BA51015S-5

- 1G BA51015GSR-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher H RF


(Gauge/Red) SUPSD by
BA51015SR-5
- 1H BA51012-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher J RF

- 1J BA51012R-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher K RF


(Red) SUPSD by BA51012R-5

- 1K BA51012S-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher L RF

- 1L BA51012SR-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher M RF


(Red) SUPSD by BA51012SR-5

- 1M BA51012G-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher N RF


(Gauge)
- 1N BA51012GR-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher P RF
(Gauge/Red) SUPSD by
BA51012R-5
- 1P BA51012GS-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher Q RF
(Gauge)

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Fig. Part Number Airline Nomenclature Eff Code Units


Item Code 1234567 per
assy
- 1Q BA51012GSR-3 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher R RF
(Gauge/Red) SUPSD by
BA51012SR-5

- 1R BA23044-1 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher S


RF

-1AJ BA23044R-1 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher LA


RF
(Red)

-1S BA23044S-1 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher T


RF
-1T BA23044SR-1 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher U
RF
(Red)

-1U BA20703-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher V RF

-1V BA20703R-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher W RF


(Red)SUPSD BY BA20703R-5

-1W BA20703S-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher X RF

-1X BA20703SR-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher Y RF


(Red) SUPSD BY BA20703SR-5

-1Y BA20703G-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher Z RF


(Gauge)

-1Z BA20703GR-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher BA RF


(Gauge/Red) SUPSD BY
BA20703R-5
-1AA BA20703GS-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher CA RF
(Gauge)

-1AB BA20703GSR-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher DA RF


(Gauge/Red) SUPSD BY
BA20703SR-5
-1AC BA21775-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher EA RF

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Fig. Part Number Airline Nomenclature Eff Code Units


Item Code 1234567 per
assy
- 1AD BA21775R-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher FA RF
(Red)
- 1AE BA21775G-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher GA RF
(Gauge)
-1AF BA21775GR-3 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher HA RF
(Gauge/Red)

-1AG BA61016WG-3 1.5lb WG Fire Extinguisher JA RF


SUPSD BY BA61016WG-5
-1AJ BA51012R-5 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher LA RF
(RED)
-1AK BA51012SR-5 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher MA RF
(RED)

-1AL BA51015-5 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher NA RF


(GREEN)

-1AM BA51015S-5 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher PA RF


(GREEN)
-1AN BA51015R-5 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher QA RF
(RED)
-1AP BA51015SR-5 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher RA RF
(RED)

-1AQ BA20703R-5 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher SA RF


(RED)

-1AR BA20703SR-5 2.5lb BCF Fire Extinguisher TA RF


(RED)
-1AS BA61016WG-5 1.5lb WG Fire Extinguisher UA RF

-1AT BA51012SR-4 1.5kg BCF Fire Extinguisher VA RF


(Red) SUPSD by BA51012SR-5

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Fig. Part Number Airline Nomenclature Eff Code Units


Item Code 1234567 per
assy
10 BA40015-2 . 1.5kg Container BCF A, C, J, 1
L, S, T

-10A BA40015R-2 . 1.5kg Container BCF B, D, K, 1


(RED) LA, M,
U, VA
-10B BA40015G-2 . 1.5kg Container BCF E, G, N, 1
(GAUGE) Q

-10C BA40015GR-2 . 1.5kg Container BCF F, H, P, 1


(GAUGE/RED) R
-10D BA20704-1 . 2.5lb Container BCF V, X, 1
EA
-10E BA20704R-1 . 2.5lb Container BCF W, Y, 1
(RED) FA
-10F BA20704G-1 . 2.5lb Container BCF Z, CA, 1
(GAUGE) GA

-10G BA20704GR-1 . 2.5lb Container BCF BA, DA, 1


(GAUGE/Red) HA

-10HF BA41016-1 . 1.5lb Container WG JA, 1

-10J BA40015R-5 . 1.5kg Container BCF LA,MA, 1


(RED) QA, RA,

-10K BA40015-5 . 1.5kg Container BCF NA, PA 1


(GREEN)

-10L BA20704R-5 . 2.5lb Container BCF SA, TA 1


(RED)

-10M BA23063-5 . 1.5lb Container WG UA 1


(RED)

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Fig. Part Number Airline Nomenclature Eff Code Units


Item Code 1234567 per
assy

-70 22410-101 . . Transport cap 1

100 15-0122-A-3 . Head assembly, discharge A, B, E, 1


F, V, W,
Z, BA,
NA,
QA,SA

-100A BA20296-3 . Head assembly, discharge C, D, G, 1


H, X, Y,
CA, DA,
PA, RA,
TA

-100B BA20661-3 . Head assembly, discharge L, M, Q, 1


R, MA,
VA

-100C BA20872-3 . Head assembly, discharge J, K, N, 1


P, EA,
FA, GA,
HA, LA

-100D BA22988-3 . Head assembly, discharge T, U 1

-100E BA22593-3 . Head assembly, discharge S 1

-100F 15-0123-A-3 . Head assembly, discharge JA,UA 1

-100G BA20297-3 . Head assembly, discharge KA, 1

130 BA23160-1 . . Transit pin 1

140 3HE20994-1 . . Disc, indicator 1

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1
60

20
30

40
50

BRACKETS
FIGURE 2

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Fig. Part Number Airline Nomenclature Eff Code Units


Item Code 1234567 per
assy

2-1 BA50102-3 . Bracket, standard AR

-5 BA24101-1 . Bracket, 27G acceleration load AR

-10 BA21478-1 . Bracket, double strap AR

20 BA20981-1 . Bracket, extra guard handle AR

30 BA21479-1 . Bracket, extra guard handle, AR


double strap

40 BA21003-1 . Bracket, 90 degree to bulkhead AR

50 BA22273-1 . Bracket, offset strap type AR

60 BA24177-1 . Bracket, double strap, AR


repositioned trigger location

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