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Part Two describes bulk petroleum distribution systems. Hydrometer, graduated scale, API 59 to 71 range mm long, 1 mm diameter, with thermometer. Use the gage stick as given below. Innage and outage, are the two basic ways of measuring bulk petroleum. Enter Your Email Address.

A fuel is dry when it contains no undissolved water. The opening inventory is the total amount of bulk petroleum on hand at the beginning of the month. Product listings are not comprehensive. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Raven Rock Garrett M. It is tm to gage tanks and to measure product temperature. A brass angle is used 1-067-1 position the gage stick. Outage also called ullage is the height of space above the liquid from a reference point on the tank to the surface of the product.

A fuel is clean when it is free of suspended matter, sediment, and emulsions. Bottom sediment f water often accumulate in different parts of a tank bottom.


Concepts and Equipment of Petroleum Operations (FM ) by Army, Department of the

Use the tank car gage stick to determine dome innage and shell outage in nonpressurized rail tank cars that have shell outages of 1 foot or less. Special samples and samples for testing by the supercharge method should be at least 5 gallons, unless otherwise specified. Description This manual, “Concepts and Equipment of Petroleum Operations FM ,” is a guide for commanders, staff officers, supervisors, and other personnel concerned with petroleum concepts, equipment, and operations.

See Chapter 12 for details on cleaning petroleum tanks. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? Make sure the tape is lowered to the same depth for both gages. Make sure it does not rest on a rivet head or other object within the tank. As a rule, liquid samples should be 1 gallon and semisolid samples should be 5 pounds. Gage tankers and rail tank cars with specific measuring devices as described in the paragraph above.

Hydrometer, graduated scale, API 19 to 31 range, mm long, 14mm diameter, with thermometer. To ensure accurate gage, compare the tape reading at the reference point with the reference height of the tank.

Concepts and Equipment of Petroleum Operations (FM 10-67-1)

When gaging large amounts of product, take several temperature readings at various depths. Empires of tm Sea Roger Crowley. DA Form Outage gage sheet Using outage tape and bob.


Calculate the monthly loss by subtracting the closing inventory from the closing book balance. The portable petroleum sampling and gaging kit Figurepage is used at bulk storage facilities.

Tank Spotter’s Guide Tank Museum. An average of these readings gives the true product temperature.

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Grades 4, 5, 6, and Navy Special burner fuel oil. To do this, place the drum in a vertical position.

There should be no paste left on the portion of the bob that was in the water or the paste should be discolored. Place the unmarked side of the tape against the metal rim of the gaging hatch reference point.

Fk weighs 22 pounds. Estimate as closely as possible the indicated volume when the cut mark falls between divisions.

They are usually used for large, fixed storage tanks. Make sure the tape is not lowered so far into the tank that the bob tilts and causes an incorrect 1-67-1. These are given below. No Easy Day Mark Owen. Lower the tape slowly until the bottom of the bob is 2 to 3 inches below the surface of the product.