LOCATIONAND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS (CONT).
LEFT SIDE VIEW
LIFTING BAIL ASSEMBLY (7). A lifting bail assembly is provided to lift the pumping assembly into position. The lifting
bail assembly is connected to four locations on the skid when in use; otherwise, stored on the skid. Spreader bars are
attached between lifting bail assembly to prevent damage to pumping assembly when lifting.
CONTROL PANEL (8). The control panel encloses the pumping assembly controls and indicators, which include a
tachometer/hourmeter, lube oil pressure gauge, coolant water temperature gauge. suction pressure gauge, discharge
pressure gauge. on/off switches, malfunction lights, test switch, start/stop switch, auto/manual switch, and engine speed/
pump discharge pressure potentiometer. A work light is mounted to the top of the control panel The light switch and
dimmer control are also mounted on the panel face.
PUMP (9). The installed pump is a three-stage centrifugal pump with a design capacity of 800 gpm.
FUEL TANK (10). The fuel tank is mounted to the skid. The fuel tank has a capacity of 110 gallons and is designed to
provide 4 hours of operation at maximum continuous power without refueling. The fuel level in the tank Is indicated by a
mechanical liquid level gauge graduated from empty to full.
BATTERY BOX (11). The battery box contains four lead acid 12-volt batteries, two in series and two In parallel.
FUEL FEEDING SYSTEM (12). The fuel feeding system consists of a precleaner, hand pump, fuel feed pump, injection
pump, injectors, and dual fuel filters. The primary filter is a water separating type. Two 3-way valves with corrosion
resistant tags marked OFF, UNIT TANK, and AUXILIARY are connected in line to a 11 0-gallon fuel tank.