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EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHING

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 4
CAPTAIN'S AND FIRST OFFICER'S SEATS ....................................... 6
GALLEY .............................................................................................. 10
LOWER CARGO LOADING ............................................................. ... 12
EMERGENCY LOCATOR. ........................................................ .......... 16
EMERGENCY ESCAPE ROPES...........................................................18

STUDENT NOTES:

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INTRODUCTION
General
Equipment/furnishings provide for the comfort and convenience of passengers
and crew members, for handling and stowing cargo, and for ensuring passenger
and crew safety in an emergency.
Flight Compartment
Seats for the captain, first officer, and one or two observers, are in the flight
compartment. Flight compartment accommodations provide crew comfort and
safety.
Main Cabin
The main cabin contains manual loading cargo system and AYK hazard
shipping container system.
Cargo Compartments
Forward, aft, and bulk cargo compartments are in the lower lobe. Containerized
cargo is stored in the forward and aft cargo compartments. Loose baggage is
stored in the bulk cargo compartments, aft of the cargo compartment.
Emergency Equipment
Escape ropes in the flight compartment provide means of escape through flight
compartment windows.

INTRODUCTION
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CAPTAINS AND FIRST OFFICERS SEATS


General
The captain's and first officer's seats mount on curved tracks allowing forward
and aft adjustment through a range of 11 inches. The aft ends of the seat tracks
are curved so that seats move outboard during the last four inches of aft travel
to facilitate ingress/egress. Holes in the track provide for seat location.
Seats adjust vertically through a range of 6.5 inches. Backrests recline through
a range of 25 degrees. Seat bottoms tilt through a range of a ten degrees.
Armrests adjust up and down six inches. Armrests pivot up to be parallel to the
backrest and slide to a stowed position which provides additional clearance for
ingress/egress. Lumbar support adjustment knobs on each side of the backrest
adjust the lumbar support vertically and forward/aft.
Control handles for seat adjustment are below the seat bottom, on the inboard
side. Handles pull up to adjust seat. Handles are labeled: T for thigh
adjustment (seat bottom tilt), V for vertical adjustment, H for horizontal
adjustment, and R for recline adjustment. The armrest adjustment thumbscrew
is on the underside of the armrest. Power adjustment control consists of two
3-way momentary action toggle switches, spring-loaded to the center (off)
position, located forward of the fore/aft manual adjustment handles.
Restraints in the seats are crotch straps, lap belts, and inertial shoulder
harness. The seat back can be used as a flotation device. Life vest stowage is
provided in the back of the seats.
The seats can be removed by removing the forward limit stop on the forward
outboard track and moving the seats forward until they clear the tracks.
Installation is in the reverse order.

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GEAR PIN BOX/HAZ-MAT POUCH


General Location
Gear pin box and haz-mat pouch located on left side of flight deck aft of
captains seat.

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GALLEY
General
Electrical power for 115 volt AC powered equipment in the forward galley comes
from the right generator bus. Electrical power for 28 volt DC powered controls
for the forward galleys comes from the right bus. The forward galley is rated at
20 kva.

GALLEY
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LOWER CARGO LOADING


General
There are three compartments in the lower lobe for cargo accommodations: the
forward, aft and bulk cargo compartments. A divider (net) separates the bulk
cargo compartment from the aft cargo compartment. The bulk cargo
compartment has no conveying equipment. Bulk cargo is loaded and unloaded
manually, and is restrained by cargo nets.
Containerized Cargo Compartments
The forward cargo compartment is divided into 8 bays and has a maximum
capacity of 16 ld-2 containers. The compartment is also capable of handling ld3, ld-4, and ld-8 containers. The aft compartment is similar to the forward
compartment except the aft end of the compartment is equipped with retractable
stops to permit loading cargo into the bulk cargo compartment when required
and is divided into 7 bays. The aft compartment maximum capacity is 14 ld-2
containers. It can also handle the ld-3, ld-4 and ld-8 containers. The forward
and aft cargo compartment doors are on the right side of the airplane.
Bulk Cargo Compartment
The capacity of the compartment is 430 cubic feet. Cargo is stowed in the
compartment and secured by cargo nets. It is normally loaded through an
inward opening door on the left side of the airplane.
When the bulk cargo door is open, the door protector can be manually raised.
The door protector is lowered manually before door closure to insure that the
area behind the door remains clear of cargo. The bulk cargo is held in place by
nets, attached by snap fasteners to tie down fittings and surface mounted
anchor fittings.

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LOWER CARGO HANDLING SYSTEM


General
The cargo handling system gets power for control and operating from the
ground handling bus. The PSEU supplies the cargo door position. The cargo
handling system operates only if the cargo door is fully open.
Operation
The forward exterior control panel controls the position of these electrical/
mechanical components:

Center stop/guide/lock
Auxiliary stop/guide/lock
Rollout stops
Power drive units
Lateral guides.

To supply power to the systems, these conditions must be true:


Ground handling bus has power
Cargo door full open
SYSTEM POWER switch is ON.
Use the switches on the forward exterior control panel to configure the system.
The switches let you set the type of operation (LOCK, LOAD, UNLOAD) and the
forward interior panel lets you adjust for the type of cargo you need to load or
unload (CONTAINERS OR PALLETS).
You use the cargo control joystick to move the ULDs FORWARD, AFT, IN or
OUT. The cargo system controller uses manual inputs for system configuration
and joystick position to operate the components.
The aft cargo system is similar to the forward system except for pallet operation.

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EMERGENCY LOCATOR
Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)
The Emergency Locator Transmitter sends a signal when you put it in water.
It is located on the back wall of Flight Deck.

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EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT ESCAPE ROPES


General
The escape ropes are installed in compartments above the No. 2 windows in
the flight compartment.

ESCAPE ROPES
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EMERGENCY DESCENT DEVICES


Purpose
The descent devices are used by the flight crew to evacuate the flight deck in an
emergency.
Location
The six descent devices are installed on the rigid barrier, at ceiling height,
across from the flight crew entry door. In use, the descent devices are removed
from their container and will slowly lower the crew members to the ground.
Physical Description
The descent device is a coil of steel tape which is connected to the airplane at
one end and has a handle attached to the other. The descent devices are
housed in a container which has a hinged door on the bottom.
Operation
The weight of the flight crew member causes a spring-loaded brake inside the
descent device to slow the tape uncoiling, which allows the flight crew member
to be slowly lowered to the ground.
The emergency descent devices are designed to be maintenance free. They
are time-controlled items, requiring removal and return to the manufacturer for
inspection and recertification at the end of their warranty period, every five
calendar years.
The only tasks required to be performed are removal, installation, and external
cleaning. Inspection is limited to external condition, overall cleanliness, integrity
of the safety deal, and compliance to warranty expiration date.
Inspection
The descent device must be removed from the container assembly for
inspection. Open the container door and pull the descent device from the
container by its handle.
The emergency descent device handle safety seals are the primary indicator
that the handle has been extended. If only one side of the handle has safety

tape, do nothing. If both safety seals are broken or missing, remove the unit and
inspect for proper stowage of the handle.
The safety tape over the grommet and grommet sealant at the opposite end of
the descent device must also be inspected. If either the grommet safety tape or
the grommet sealant has been broken, remove the unit and return it to an
approved facility for overhaul.
If both are intact, check the expiration date of the unit on the handle/side plate. If
expired, the unit must be replaced.
If grease or oil is found within the device casing, the unit must be replaced.

WARNING: DO NOT PUT LUBRICANTS INTO THE DESCENT DEVICE


CASING. LUBRICANTS IN THE DESCENT DEVICE CAN
CAUSE A MALFUNCTION WITH THE DESCENT DEVICE
AND CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS.
Re-stow the descent device by inserting it into the container and pushing
upward until the spring detent engages.

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