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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


737 (tab)

390/492/984 GAL -
1476/1862/3725 L
1

WINGLETS
(AS INSTALLED)

OPTIONAL AUXILIARY FUEL


TANK IN LWR AFT CARGO
COMPARTMENT
VENT SURGE TANK

SYSTEM A, B AND STANDBY


HYDRAULIC RESERVOIRS IN
WHEEL WELL AUXILIARY POWER UNIT OIL
TANK
FUEL TANK No. 2
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES
LOCATION VARIES THROUGHOUT
1499 GAL - PASSENGER CABIN
5674 L
APU FUEL LINE

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL LOCATED IN


THE RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA

1 HYDRAULIC BRAKE ACCUMULATORS


CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE IN WHEEL WELL
FWD CARGO AREA 2313 GAL -
8755 L FUEL TANK No. 1

VENT SURGE TANK


PASSENGER OXYGEN
(OPTIONAL) 1499 GAL - 5674 L

PORTABLE OXYGEN
BOTTLE BEHIND FIRST
OFFICER HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
CENTER FUEL TANK ENGINE OIL TANK
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
RIGHT SIDE EACH
ENGINE - CFM-56 WHEEL FIRE
(LEFT SIDE ALL Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
OTHERS) maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across temperature is excessive.
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual approaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike fragmentation hazard.
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

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October 15, 2018 737.0.1


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 CO-PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOW 2 FWD AND AFT ENTRY DOOR 3 FWD AND AFT SERVICE DOOR
(PILOT’S WINDOW - AS INSTALLED) EXTERNAL HANDLE (LH SIDE) EXTERNAL HANDLE (RH SIDE)
EXTERNAL EXTERNAL
ACCESS RELEASE
DOOR HANDLE

P P
U U
S L
H L
TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD.
TO OPEN WINDOW FROM OUTSIDE: 2. ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
2. ROTATE CLOCKWISE.
1. PUSH IN EXTERNAL ACCESS DOOR. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.
2. PULL EXTERNAL RELEASE HANDLE.
3. SLIDE WINDOW OPEN. WARNING: PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS, SLIDE MAY AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOY WHEN DOORS ARE OPENED FROM
OUTSIDE.

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING ESCAPE 5 CARGO DOOR OPERATION 6 CUT-IN AREAS


HATCH
CUT-IN AREAS
EMERGENCY EXIT CAUTION:
Make Sure Al l Persons and
Eq uip me nt Are Cle ar of th e Doo r.
Do No t Ope n the Do or Wh en the
Air p lan e I s Pr e ss u ris e d.
Rem ove Class Divi der and Al l
PRESS TO UNLATCH L oo s e I t ems W it hin St o ra ge Bins
Be for e O pe nin g Car go Do or .
Car g o Doo r Mo ve me nt Ca n
PUSH HATCH INWARD Cause Injur y to Per sons and
Damage Equipment.

AND LIFT UP Loose Items Can Fall and


Cause Injur y.

TO OPEN CARGO DOOR 1.


UNLOCK THE EXT. DOOR
HANDLE
2. VERIFY UNLOCKED LIGHT
IS ON.
3. HOLD THE UP TO CANOPY
SWITCH IN POSITION UNTIL
DOOR MOTION STOPS.

TO OPEN HATCH FROM OUTSIDE: NOTE:


1. PUSH IN PANEL. CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE
2. PUSH HATCH INWARD & LIFT UP. POWER EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE
AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS
BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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737.0.2 October 15, 2018


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE

3 AFT SERVICE DOOR

CARGO DOOR (RIGHT SIDE)


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING
ESCAPE HATCHES (ALL)

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING 2 AFT ENTRY DOOR


ESCAPE HATCHES (-400)

6 CUT-IN AREAS

6 CUT-IN AREAS
CARGO DOOR (RIGHT SIDE)
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

3 FWD SERVICE DOOR

5 CARGO DOOR 6 CUT-IN AREAS LOCATED


(AS INSTALLED) BETWEEN WING FRONT SPAR
AND ESCAPE HATCH (THREE
BAYS) BELOW WINDOWS AND
AVERAGE DISTANCE ABOVE FLOORS
1 PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOWS FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
(AS INSTALLED)
WHEELS RETRACTED: 5: FT
2 FWD ENTRY DOOR WHEELS EXTENDED: 8 FT 6 IN.

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October 15, 2018 737.0.3


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

BATTERY (-100 & -200)

BATTERY (-300, -400, -500)

E/E COMPARTMENT
ACCESS DOOR

OPTIONAL BATTERY

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737.0.4 October 15, 2018


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


APU
APU DELAY
OFF
OFF ON
OFF
OR START

ON

START

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
- SWITCH - OFF
APU MASTER
SWITCH - OFF

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCH - PULL

IDLE
START LEVERS
- CUTOFF

ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL


CUTOFF (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE.)
1 2

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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October 15, 2018 737.0.5


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


HORIZONTAL STABILIZER VERTICAL STABILIZER TIP
TRAILING EDGE AND TIP
RUDDER

TAILCONE
ASSEMBLY

ELEVATOR TAB
UPPER WING FIXED STRUCTURE
TRAILING EDGE
PANELS

UPPER WING FIXED


LEADING EDGE
PANELS

NACELLE STRUT
FAIRING
WING TRAILING EDGE
MAIN FLAP ASSEMBLY
SPOILERS AILERONS/TAB SKIN
AND STRUCTURE

RADOME

ENGINE COWL
LOWER WING FIXED
LEADING EDGE
PANELS

NOSE LANDING
LOWER WING FIXED GEAR DOORS
TRAILING EDGE
PANELS
WING TO BODY
FAIRING

MAIN LANDING
GEAR DOORS
AND FAIRINGS
FLAP TRACK
FAIRINGS

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737.0.6 October 15, 2018


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


1 AUXILIARY FUEL TANK
LOCATIONS (BBJ ONLY-SEE AUX
TANK CAPACITY PAGE)

WINGLETS
(AS INSTALLED)

VENT SURGE TANK


AUXILIARY POWER UNIT OIL
TANK
SYSTEM A, B AND STANDBY
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIRS IN
WHEEL WELL

FUEL TANK No. 2

PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES


LOCATION VARIES THROUGHOUT
1288 GAL -
4876 L PASSENGER CABIN

APU FUEL LINE

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL LOCATED IN


1 THE RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA
CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE
FWD CARGO AREA 4299 GAL - HYDRAULIC BRAKE ACCUMULATORS
16273 L IN WHEEL WELL

1288 GAL - 4876 L FUEL TANK No. 1

PORTABLE OXYGEN WINGLETS


BOTTLE BEHIND FIRST (AS INSTALLED)
OFFICER
CENTER FUEL TANK

HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANK RIGHT
SIDE EACH ENGINE Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. maintain a cooling effect.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure,
visual signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked
WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
with a pike pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.
approaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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October 15, 2018 737.1.1


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 CO-PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOW 2 FWD AND AFT ENTRY DOOR 3 FWD AND AFT SERVICE DOOR
(PILOT’S WINDOW - AS INSTALLED) EXTERNAL HANDLE (LH SIDE) EXTERNAL HANDLE (RH SIDE)
EXTERNAL EXTERNAL
ACCESS RELEASE
DOOR HANDLE

P P
U U
S L
H L
TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD.
TO OPEN WINDOW FROM OUTSIDE: 2. ROTATE CLOCKWISE. 2. ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
1. PUSH IN EXTERNAL ACCESS DOOR. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.
2. PULL EXTERNAL RELEASE HANDLE.
3. SLIDE WINDOW OPEN. WARNING: PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS, SLIDE MAY AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOY WHEN DOORS ARE OPENED
FROM OUTSIDE

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING EXIT DOOR 5 CARGO DOOR OPERATION 6 CUT-IN AREAS


EMERGENCY EXIT WARNING CUT-IN AREAS
ONLY DOOR SWINGS
OUT AND UP CAUTION:
Make Sure Al l Persons and

PUSH TO OPEN HOLD YOUR


Eq uip me nt Are Cle ar of th e Doo r.
Do No t Ope n the Do or Wh en the
Air p lan e I s Pr e ss u ris e d.
Rem ove Class Divi der and Al l
DOOR OPENS OUT AND UP KNEE AGAINST L oo s e I t ems W it hin St o ra ge Bins
Be for e O pe nin g Car go Do or .
Car g o Doo r Mo ve me nt Ca n

AUTOMATICALLY DOOR WHILE Cause Injur y to Per sons and


Damage Equipment.
Loose Items Can Fall and

OPENING OR Cause Injur y.

SERIOUS
EXTERIOR OVERWING INJURY CAN
EMERGENCY EXIT OCCUR TO OPEN CARGO DOOR:
PUSH PANEL
TO OPEN DOOR FROM OUTSIDE: 1. UNLOCK THE EXT. DOOR
HANDLE.
1. HOLD KNEE AGAINST LOWER
PORTION OF DOOR. 2. VERIFY UNLOCKED LIGHT
IS ON.
2. PUSH IN EXTERIOR OVERWING
EMERGENCY EXIT PUSH PANEL. 3. HOLD THE UP TO CANOPY
SWITCH IN POSITION UNTIL
3. DOOR OPENS OUT AND UP
DOOR MOTION STOPS.
AUTOMATICALLY.
NOTE:

WARNING: 737-600/700/800/900 MODELS HAVE A SPRING LOADED CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE
UPWARD SWINGING OVERWING EXIT DOOR IN LIEU OF A HATCH. POWER EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE
FOLLOW THE OPENING PROCEDURE INDICATED ABOVE TO AVOID AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
INJURY. RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS
BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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737.1.2 October 15, 2018


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE

WINGLETS
(AS INSTALLED) 3 AFT SERVICE DOOR

CARGO DOOR (RIGHT SIDE)


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING
EXIT DOORS (ALL)

2 AFT ENTRY DOOR


4 EMERGENCY OVERWING
EXIT DOORS (-800, -900)

6 CUT-IN AREAS

6 CUT-IN AREAS

CARGO DOOR (RIGHT SIDE)


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

WINGLETS
3 FWD SERVICE DOOR (AS INSTALLED)

5 CARGO DOOR
(737-700C)
6 CUT-IN AREAS LOCATED
BETWEEN WING FRONT SPAR
AVERAGE DISTANCE AND ESCAPE HATCH (THREE
1 PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOWS
(AS INSTALLED) BAYS) BELOW WINDOWS AND
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
ABOVE FLOORS
2 FWD ENTRY DOOR WHEELS RETRACTED: 5: FT
WHEELS EXTENDED: 8 FT 6 IN.

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October 15, 2018 737.1.3


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

BATTERY (-600, -700, -800, -900, ER,


BBJ, BBJ-2)
ACCESSIBLE FROM FORWARD
CARGO COMPARTMENT

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737.1.4 October 15, 2018


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 FLIGHT DECK CNTRL SWITCH LOCATIONS


APU
APU DELAY
OFF
OFF ON
OFF
OR START

ON

START

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
- SWITCH - OFF
APU MASTER
SWITCH - OFF

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCH - PULL

IDLE
START LEVERS -
CUTOFF

CUTOFF
ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL
1 2
(IF NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE.)

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES

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October 15, 2018 737.1.5


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


VERTICAL STABILIZER TIP

VERTICAL STABILIZER
TRAILING EDGE RUDDER

WINGLETS TAILCONE
(As installed) ASSEMBLY

UPPER WING FIXED ELEVATOR TAB


TRAILING EDGE STRUCTURE
PANELS
UPPER WING FIXED
LEADING EDGE
PANELS
DORSAL ELEVATOR UPPER
FIN SKIN AND LOWER SKIN

NACELLE STRUT
FAIRING WING TRAILING EDGE
MAIN FLAP ASSEMBLY

WINGLETS
(As installed)

RADOME AILERONS/TAB SKIN


AND STRUCTURE
THRUST REVERSER

LOWER WING FIXED


LEADING EDGE
PANELS
NOSE LANDING
GEAR DOORS
LOWER WING FIXED
TRAILING EDGE
PANELS

FLAP TRACK
FAIRINGS

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737.1.6 October 15, 2018


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 AUX TANK CAPACITIES

AUX FUEL GALLONS LITERS TOTAL TOTAL


CELLS GALLONS LITERS
(ALL TANKS) (ALL TANKS)

3 AFT
3 AFT 1,485 5,685 8,360 31,710 5 AFT 4 FWD

4 AFT 2,010 7,676 8,885 33,701


3 AFT - 1 FWD 2,000 7,639 8,875 33,664
3 AFT - 2 FWD 2,530 9,647 9,405 35,672
4 AFT - 2 FWD 3,055 11,639 9,930 37,664
5 AFT - 2 FWD 3,360 12,797 10,235 38,822
5 AFT - 3 FWD 3,605 13,727 10,480 39,752
5 AFT - 4 FWD 3,850 14,656 10,725 40,681

3 AFT/1 FWD 5 AFT/3 FWD

4 AFT 3 AFT/2 FWD 4 AFT/2 FWD 5 AFT/2 FWD

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October 15, 2018 737.1.7


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS

Passenger Seatbelt Airbags


NOTE: Some models have optional seatbelt airbags. These seatbelts are
noticeably thicker due to the airbag mechanism.
CAUTION: AVOID AREA IN FRONT OF THE UNDEPLOYED AIRBAG
SEAT. DO NOT PLACE EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE SEAT, STAND CLEAR
OF UN-DEPLOYED AIRBAGS.

Lap Inflatable
Seatbelt

Firing System is
contained within seat
assembly

Side View
Front View
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE SYSTEM AND
NEVER ASSUME THAT DISCONNECTING POWER WILL DISABLE THE
Note: Firing system is contained in seat assembly and consists of a
AIRBAG SYSTEM. THIS SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY PROPERLY TRAINED
high pressure (up to 7,400 psi) compressed gas cylinder (inflator)
MECHANICS.
that is actuated by an independent battery.

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737.1.8 October 15, 2018

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