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information and

eration and maintenance

mcl.) in the field.

^ gasoline.

0 B.t.u. head, gasoline.

o B.t.u. headsT gasoline.

00 B.t.u. heads, gasoline.

Department items

555, Stove, Two Burner,

Head, Gasoline; 9R10001,

10002, Burner, Two

ner, Three 10,000 B.t.u.

00 B.t.u. Heads, Gasoline;

Gasoline. Complete

maintaining the stoves and

I), and a list of individual

ent parts (app. II) are

ves and burners,

n the text.

esponding Medical

(a above) are as follows:

D,

and burners described

various pieces of Medical

rilizers, autoclaves, and

iple of operation, all the

s to capacity and shape of

mber of burner heads.

are supplied with the

and burners

ads of those models

ed independently; for

urner heads, may be used

ads in operation.

oves and burners

s a clean unleaded gasoline.

stoves and burners will

ne, ranging from aviation

gh such gasolines are

unleaded gasoline is

quire more frequent ser-

s used. Any fuel used,

l tank of a stove or

and 10) is closed and that

n.

g. 9), which is hand

hten or loosen this plug.

en filler tube (fig. 9).

as the tank has been filled

o the tank and prevents

ottom of the tube, air

the fuel begins to rise

ed to the proper level.

s adequate space for the

re required to light them.

ighten (by hand) the

amine it carefully and

ring to it.

cessary for operation

of a pump (fig. 9), which

e pump, proceed as follows:

he handle two full

in the end of pump

ir pressure gauge (fig. 9)

of those stoves and burners

o 30 full strokes of the

hen proper air pressure

xtinguish a stove or

10) to the right (clock-

ners are open-flame

ed in a confined space

aded gasoline is used

not entirely close the fuel

e a quarter turn permits

air port (fig. 11). The air

bes of the fuel and air

restricted amount of fuel

e air at the bottom of the

instant light mixture

ithdrawn from the tank

mixture, the pressure

subsequent normal

as far as possible.

entric.

plete generation, which

rol valve may be opened

l of the fuel control rod

ow of fuel. As the size

as orifice in the vaporizer

ween the outer and inner

liquid fuel in the tank,

aporizer.

2) is to partly vaporize

ead when the stove or

izer, the partly vaporized

equire careful

e most dependable and

cautions and procedures

ght, the air pressure

may be clogged. If the

rokes on the air pump,

g procedure:

mbly (figs. 9, 13, 14,

12, 14, and 15).

ller screen (fig. 12).

9, 12, 14, and 15) from

k. Tighten the rod

le itself.

the needle rod.

d assembly.

nal service may be

g the vaporizer filler screen,

with a match, pencil

ing careful not to

ould be the same size

d insert rolled screen and

d.

dle (figs. 9 and 12)

ration, to remove any

on the gas tip orifice

ay be rotated while the

ze of the gas tip orifice

f; the flow of fuel is there-

ic stem handle is rotated.

damaged needle rod

ways replace the damaged

ay enlarge the orifice of

uel to enter the burner

oR1oooo (except that

nd part oR1o1yST

for efficient and satis-

r heads (figs. 9, 13,

be sure the head has been

a head is not tight, the

generation will result.

ms Nos. yR1ooo1 .oR1oooz, oR1oooj, and oR1oooj.

also if water accumulates

d 15) and pour the

utlet. Then replace the

an air pressure gauge,

e assembly, and then

e valve opening. Replace

bly.

defects may cause the

e:

(figs. 9 and 12).

ace of the burner plate

screen (figs. 9, 12,

rmly tightened on the

arts are available

with the manufacturer*s

kit is to be used. The

number of the kit, Med-

burner with which the

he stove or burner with

he kit by Medical Depart-

e kit:

dical Department

dical Department

dical Department

ve and the- parts

depot.

ufacturer*s No. 521.

ufacturer*s No. 523.

anufacturer*s No. 526.

anufacturer*s No.

appendix I (Standard

dividual stoves and

ertain parts are identical

ch parts are interchange-

geable part is listed, in

part number and nomen-

ch acts in the same

toves and burners. This

and movement of the

control valve and the

e involved in the opera-

controlling the movement

ng the movement of the

hat of the other stoves and

burner differs, however,

is a horizontal unit

er is identical with

stoves and burners.

is available for

cal Department

he parts for this

of the other stoves and

ller tube

tube

EAD: Filler tube

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