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Figure 6. Angle valve for type D or type E 1-ton containers.
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Maintenance Instructions.
tested, and an inspector's stamp are marked on
the front rim and on a nameplate fastened to the
center of the rear head.
(6) Identification.
The  nomenclature  of  the
container, the water capacity in pounds, the
serial number, the date the container was
d. Tabulated Data.
Type of container
A
D
E
Use
Agents that are gaseous
Substitute for type A or
Any liquid or gaseous
at atmospheric pressure.
type D.
chemical agent
Weight (empty) .................
1,600 lb .............................
1,600 lb
900 lb
Cubage .............................
42.7 cu. ft ....................... ..
42.7 cu. Ft .......................
42.7 cu. ft.
Capacity............................
170 gal ..............................
170 gal .............................
170 gal.
Valve type .........................
3/4 -inch Chlorine Institute
1-inch Chlorine Institute valve for high pressure; 1- inch
valve.
angle valve for low pressure.
Overall length ...................
81 1/2 in. ...........................
81 1/2 in ...........................
82 1/2 in.
Outside diameter...............
30 1/2in. ............................
30 1/2 in. .........................
30 in.
Agents stored*
Not used ...........................
Not used.
With 3/4-inch Chlorine
AC 1,000 lb .......................
Institute valve.
CG 1,600 lb. ......................
CK 1,600 lb. ......................
CL 1,600 lb........................
With 1-inch Chlorine Insti-
Not used............................
AC 1,000 lb ......................
tute valve
CG 1,600 lb. .....................
CK 1,600 lb. .....................
CL 1,600 lb. ......................
GA 1,600 lb. .....................
With 1-inch angle valve ....
Not used............................
GB 1,600 lb.
H 1,800 lb.
HD 1,800 lb.
HN1 1,800 lb
HT 1,800 lb.
VX 1,500 lb
*Weights shown are maximum net contents.
6. Controls.
A valve is screwed into each
5. Service  upon  Receipt  of  Material.
a.
eduction tube outlet. The valves are opened by turning
General. One-ton containers usually will be transported
the valve stem counterclockwise with the valve-opening
in a truck or trailer. In use, a container may remain on
wrench; turning the valve stem clockwise closes the
the truck or trailer, or it may be removed to a stand.
valves.
b. Inspection.  Inspect the container for leaks.
7. Operation.  The 1-ton containers are always
Protect personnel from leaking chemical agent and
used with auxiliary equipment Instructions for using the
decontaminate (TM 3-220) if necessary.  Inspect for
containers with the auxiliary equipment are given in
bulging heads or other evidence of excessive internal
separate publications on the M1 line filling adapter (TM
pressure. Measure the internal pressure with a pressure
3-4730-200-15 in process), the M3 airplane smoke tank
gage.  Vent the container if necessary (TM 3-250).
filling line (TM 3-1040-208-15), and the M2 land mine
field-filling apparatus (TM 3-1040-222-15).
AGO 9020A
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