Do not flush system with water.
Damage to system may otherwise
Purge system thoroughly with clean, dry,
compressed air immediately after landing when system
has been used In flight, or immediately after discharged
on the ground. Absorb residual bromochloromethane
remaining on surface areas with dry cloths and clean, dry,
Inspect compartments and components that
may have come in contact with extinguishing agent for
possible damage Replace defective parts
Inspect rubber materials and insulations
where extinguisher was used Replace when found
Relubricate all lubricated parts exposed to
Replace overboard discharge indicator disc
after system has been discharged.
Disconnect positive electrical lead on
container, and do not connect lead
until all circuit tests have been
completed and firing switch on control
panel is in OFF position. Damage to
equipment may otherwise result.
Replace discharged container and bonnet
assembly with fully charged assemblies
continuity test of the fire extinguishing
preclude accidental firing during test
Make a visual inspection of the electrical
circuit wiring for obvious damage. Test the continuity of
the entire circuit excluding the fire extinguisher container
Install cartridges in the assigned
locations (see DA Form 2408-18) to
preclude incorrect age life control
removals at a later date.
9-16. Hoist Systems. The hoist system which provides
a means of raising and lowering equipment or personnel
during flight or ground operation is of two types: hydraulic
Hydraulic Hoist System. Maintenance and
testing procedures for hydraulic hoist systems are
explained in the following paragraphs
Maintenance of hydraulic hoist system.
Maintenance of the hydraulic hoist system consists of
replacement of defective parts using the following
Service system with fluid, MIL-H-
5606, and maintain indicated reservoir level
Cap all tubing disconnected during
removal of units to prevent entry of foreign matter.
Replace damaged tubing. Use old
tubing or a piece of string as a pattern in routing new
Reuse fittings of hose and tube
assemblies unless damaged
Clean and thoroughly flush tubing and
hose prior to installation.
Replace hoist cable when kinked or
when cable has broken.
Replace micronic filters periodically
to assure delivery of uncontaminated fluid
Lubricate hoist as prescribed in the
applicable aircraft maintenance manual.
Testing of hydraulic hoist system. Test
hydraulic hoist system for operation periodically (and
when a new unit Is installed in the system) by performing
a functional check using the following procedures: