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TMU 70/M Oxygen Storage Tank The TMU 70/M (fig. 9-25) is a completely self-contained unit composed of three major components: a 50-gallon storage tank, a 15-liter transfer tank, and a system of transfer lines and control valves. The three components are permanently mounted on a portable three-wheel trailer. The trailer is equipped with a manually operated parking brake system and retractable caster wheel. The storage and transfer tanks have liquid level, pressure gauges, and pressure relief devices. Mobile Air-Conditioning Units Most modern aircraft are crammed with electronic equipment that generates tremendous amounts of heat and makes air conditioning a requirement in the air and on the ground. Air conditioning is normally provided by an onboard system, but the aircraft engines must be operating for the system to work. When on the ground, electronic equipment must run for long periods of time for maintenance, testing, or calibration. Therefore, some other means of air conditioning is needed, and that is the purpose of mobile air-conditioning units. A/M32C-17 AIR-CONDITIONER.—The A/M32C- 17 air-conditioner (fig. 9-26) is a mobile, four-wheel, trailer-mounted, self-contained, six- cylinder diesel powered unit that provides filtered air for cooling, dehumidifying, or ventilating of aircraft electronic equipment or cockpit/cabin areas during ground maintenance. The air-conditioning components are contained in a metal panel housing and assembled into a refrigeration system, a ventilation system, a hydraulic 9-15 ANF0925 Figure 9-25.—TMU 70/M low-loss, closed-loop, liquid oxygen storage tank. ANF0926 Figure 9-26.—A/M32C-17 air-conditioner.



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