1-6. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS.
a. Pump Unit.
COVER PANEL ASSEMBLIES. Provide protection from elements,
HOSE ASSEMBLIES. Discharge fluid. Mounted on fixed reel assemblies.
access to components, and, when removed, ventilation for the gasoline
PRIME DETERGENT TANK. A 10 gallon tank. Stores foam or deter-
gents for mixing in the tank unit and stores water for priming the pump.
CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. Provides the means of pressurizing and trans-
ferring fluids from sources to tank unit, heater, or discharge hoses.
ENGINE FUEL TANK. Holds 20 gallons of fuel for gasoline engine.
STORAGE BATTERY. Supplies current to start the gasoline engine.
CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY. Contains controls and instruments for
SKID BASE SUBASSEMBLY. Provides base for pump unit subassem-
bly, alternator, and gasoline engine.
GASOLINE ENGINE. A 20 hp engine. Drives the pump unit and
ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR. Powered by a V-belt and a pulley from
gasoline engine. Provides current to the water heater through the
FRAME ASSEMBLY. Supports components of the pump unit.
engine alternator junction box behind the HEATER RECEPTACLE AND
EXHAUST PIPES. Pipe exhaust fumes away from the engine assembly.
Stored on top of the tank unit assembly.