Repair Parts Special Tools List
Add chlorine to water to control biological growth in water.
Valve at the end of suction hose that, when placed on bottom of solution reservoir,
screens foreign particles and helps maintain priming of pump.
Hypochlorination Unit Device whose function is to add chlorine to water.
Motor which works by pressure impinging directly on moving parts.
Wobbling motion made by a rotating disc.
Valve ball that allows flow in one direction.
Valve having a poppet.
Water meeting military standards for drinkability.
Moving back and forth.
Having the nature of containing sediment.
Placing of equipment at site.
Cloudy or murky appearance.
PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT.
Preparation instructions for storage or shipment are found in Chapter 4, Section III.
QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL (QA/QC).
Maintenance standards for the hypochlorination unit are given in the preventive maintenance sections and the
maintenance chapters of this manual. By performing PMCS and the maintenance procedures, quality control of the
equipment will be maintained.
SAFETY, CARE, AND HANDLING.
Observe all WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES in this manual. This equipment can be dangerous if these instructions
are not followed.
Section II. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES, AND FEATURES.
Characteristics. The hypochlorination unit is a light weight, independent unit. It contains inlet and outlet pipe
assemblies, manifold assembly, reservoir tank, and ratio-feeder assembly mounted on a frame. The unit also contains a
solution mixing kit and color comparator.
Capabilities and Features. Capabilities and features of the hypochlorination unit include:
Capability of feeding hypochlorite solution in direct proportion to water demand over a range of 70 GPM to
Operating temperature range of 32-140 °F (0-60 °C).