2-11. Operation in Salt Water Areas. The procedures for starting and stopping the tank and pump unit are the
same as under usual conditions except for the following special precautions.
Water must be drained through the water drain valve more often than under normal conditions.
Wipe down the tank and pump unit with a lightly oiled rag to prevent corrosion.
2-12. Operation at High Altitudes. The procedures for starting and stopping the tank and pump unit are the
same as under usual conditions.
2-13. Emergency Procedures. In a situation where clean filtered fuel is needed but the correct hose coupling
to connect to bottom loading port is not available, it will be necessary to fill tanks through the manholes.
Perform the following procedures to refuel tanks through manhole fill openings.
Refer to paragraph 2-3 and perform grounding procedures.
Attach nozzle grounding clamp to fuel tank being serviced.
Open latch and fill cap.
Insert fuel supply nozzle into fill tube of tank and fill tank.
When tank is full, withdraw fuel nozzle, close fill cap and latch then disconnect nozzle grounding
Repeat steps b, c, d and e for remaining tank.
Once both tanks are full, disconnect static ground cable and rewind the cable onto static reel.
If ground rod was used, return it to its stowed position on A-Frame.