LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
The Pump-Engine module (figure 1) consists of:
A removable engine module (1) that slides in or out on plastic glides. Adjustable-force latches (2) secure the engine
module to the pump-engine module.
A muffler (3) and an exhaust line (4) with a replaceable insulating cover. A clam shell clamp (5) connects the
exhaust line to the engine exhaust manifold.
A shaft-driven fuel transfer pump (6) with a positive displacement rotary vane priming pump mounted internally on
the same shaft as the main impeller.
A three-inch camlock quick disconnect fitting (7) is bolted directly to the inlet of the fuel transfer pump. A four way
inlet manifold (stowed, transported and accounted for in a separate storage module) is connected to the quick
disconnect fitting during system setup to deliver fuel from the fuel drums to the fuel transfer pump.
Figure 1. Pump-Engine Module