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Figure 5. Chlorine lnstitute valve for 1-ton
pressure of 375 pounds per square inch
are installed.
For protection during
shipment, a metal shipping
Figure 1. Type A 1-ton container.
Figure 3. Shipping bonnet installed on type A or
Type D 1-ton container
Figure 2. Front head of type A 1-ton container.
(1)
Front head. The front head (5, fig. 2) is a
concave sheet of steel three-fourths of an
inch thick. Two eduction tube outlets (4),
spaced 4 inches apart and threaded to
receive 3/4-inch valves, are located in the
Figure 4. Eduction tubes in type A or type D 1-ton
middle of the front head. Three tapered
containers.
plugs (7) are screwed into 3/4-inch holes
spaced equally around the outer edge.
When the container is filled with chlorine,
fusible plugs that will melt at 175 F. are
installed. When the container is filled with
any other chemical agent, nonfusible
plugs that will blow out at an internal
2

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