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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL


FOR
THE AW139 EMERGENCY FLOTATION
SYSTEM WITH INTEGRATED LIFERAFTS
Document No.: DA139CMM-1

Part Number: 650.5100


650.5200
650.8000

25-60-00

CONTRACT NO. : TBD

SDRL NO.: ENG

Company Name Department Date Signature

AW

AW

APPROVED BY: P. Bravo

REV: N/C DATE: 2016-FEB-16

This document is being provided to AgustaWestland (AW) and is the property of Dart Industries dba Dart
Aerospace (DA) and constitutes trade secrets for the purpose of the Trade Secrets and Freedom of Information Act.
Disclosures to any party for any reason without the permission of DA is prohibited, except that disclosures may be
made within the AW organization consistent with the need to evaluate DA’s technical data.
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RECORD OF REVISIONS
Rev. Date Page Revision Description Approval
N/C 2016-FEB-16 All Initial Release P. BRAVO

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES


Title Page Rev

COVER PAGE 1 NC
RECORD OF REVISIONS II NC
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES III NC
SERVICE BULLETIN LIST VI NC
SAFETY SUMMARY 1 NC
FOREWORD 2 NC
TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 NC
INTRODUCTION 8-9 NC
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 11-19 NC
TESTING 101-103 NC
DISASSEMBLY 301-303 NC
CLEANING 401-403 NC
INSPECTION AND LIFE LIMITS 501-516 NC
REPAIR 601 NC
ASSEMBLY 701 NC
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST 1001-1035 NC
STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION 1501-1502 NC

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SERVICE BULLETIN LIST


SERVICE BULLETIN INCORPORATION INTO CMM
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SAFETY SUMMARY
1. General

A. All maintenance tasks must be performed by personnel who are qualified, trained,
and experienced in the specific task that is to be performed.
B. Personnel must perform this Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) according to
the instructions in this document, and in compliance with all applicable shop and
regulatory requirements and safety procedures.
C. Failure to comply with, and/or deviate from, the information provided in this CMM is
the operator’s responsibility and may negatively affect the equipment.

2. Definitions

WARNINGS, CAUTIONS and NOTES appear in the text throughout this manual. The
following definitions apply to all WARNINGS, CAUTIONS and NOTES.
A. A WARNING precedes an operation, maintenance procedure, practice, condition or
statement, etc., which, if not strictly observed, could result in personal injury, death or
long-term health hazard.
B. A CAUTION precedes an operation, maintenance procedure, practice, condition or
statement, etc., which, if not strictly observed, could result in damage to, or
destruction of, equipment or loss of mission effectiveness.
C. A NOTE precedes an operation, maintenance procedure, practice, condition or
statement, etc., which may require additional emphasis or explanation.

3. General Precautions

A. The following are general safety precautions that are not related to any specific
procedure and therefore do not appear in this publication.
B. The following are recommended precautions that personnel must understand and
apply during many phases or operation and/or maintenance.

EYE AND FACE PROTECTION


The Operating personnel shall ensure that the appropriate eye or face protection be
worn when exposed to eye or face hazards from flying particles, liquid chemicals,
acids or caustic liquids, chemical gases or vapors, or potentially injurious light
radiation.

FOREIGN OBJECT DEBRIS (FOD)


Throughout this procedure, be sure the working area is free from dirt and foreign
matter and the Valve is protected from environmental hazards and contaminants.

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FOREWORD
1. Introduction

A. This technical manual provides general instructions for the operation of the
Emergency Flotation System, when installed on AW commercial helicopters
B. Manufacturer Customer Support and contact information

(1) For technical inquiry, publication requests, or other customer support issues,
please call Dart Aerospace, San Diego at 760-724-5300.

2. Purpose and Scope

A. This Component Maintenance Manual is intended for use by the service unit that
maintains the Emergency Flotation System, at the appropriate level of maintenance,
as defined in the manual's Introduction.
B. This Component Maintenance Manual provides operators with a system description,
operational details, and functional requirements for the Emergency Flotation System
to be in an operational readiness condition. This manual also provides operators with
testing and troubleshooting procedures for those maintenance procedures
C. This Component Maintenance Manual only applies to Emergency Flotation Systems
which have been properly installed on the applicable aircraft or have completed
operational check-out and are available for mission or maintenance purposes.

3. Reporting Errors and Suggested Improvements

A. If you find any mistakes, faults or errors throughout this manual, or, if you believe you
have any suggestions that may help improve the procedures it contains, please
contact Dart Aerospace.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
RECORD OF REVISIONS ......................................................................................................... II
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES ...................................................................................................III
SERVICE BULLETIN LIST ........................................................................................................ V
SAFETY SUMMARY ................................................................................................................. 1
1. GENERAL.......................................................................................................................... 1
2. DEFINITIONS ..................................................................................................................... 1
3. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS.................................................................................................... 1
FOREWORD ............................................................................................................................. 2
1. INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................. 2
2. PURPOSE AND SCOPE ....................................................................................................... 2
3. REPORTING ERRORS AND SUGGESTED IMPROVEMENTS ...................................................... 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................ 3
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................... 8
1. PURPOSE AND SCOPE ....................................................................................................... 8
2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS .................................................................................................. 8
3. HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL................................................................................................ 8
4. ABBREVIATIONS AND TERMINOLOGY ................................................................................... 9
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION ...........................................................................................11
1. AGUSTAW ESTLAND PART NUMBERS .................................................................................11
2. EFS SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ..............................................................................................12
3. EFS INFLATION COMPONENTS DESCRIPTION .....................................................................17
4. EMERGENCY OPERATIONS SUMMARY ................................................................................19
TESTING ................................................................................................................................101
101. INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................101
102. TEST EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS ..................................................................................101
103. FLOAT ASSEMBLY TEST PROCEDURES (D-LEVEL) ............................................................102
104. 10-MAN LIFERAFT ASSEMBLY TEST PROCEDURES (D-LEVEL) ..........................................103
105. 12-MAN LIFERAFT ASSEMBLY TEST PROCEDURES (D-LEVEL) ..........................................106
106. EFS CONTAINER ASSEMBLIES TEST PROCEDURES (D-LEVEL) ..........................................109
107. HOSE ASSEMBLY TEST PROCEDURES (D-LEVEL) .............................................................109
108. CABLES (O-LEVEL).........................................................................................................110
109. VALVES AND RESERVOIRS (D-LEVEL) ..............................................................................111
DISASSEMBLY ......................................................................................................................301
301. INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................301
302. SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES ...........................................301
303. REMOVAL OF INFLATABLE ASSEMBLIES ............................................................................301
304. 24-MONTH EFS DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE (D-LEVEL) ...................................................302
305. 48-MONTH EFS DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE (D-LEVEL) ...................................................303
306. INFLATION VALVES DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE (D-LEVEL) ................................................303

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CLEANING .............................................................................................................................401
401. INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................401
402. SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES ...........................................401
403. GENERAL CLEANING PROCEDURES .................................................................................401
404. INFLATABLES, FABRICS AND HOSE CLEANING (D-LEVEL) ..................................................402
405. PODS (D-LEVEL) ............................................................................................................402
406. PULL CABLES (O-LEVEL) ................................................................................................403
407. RESERVOIR VALVE CLEANING (D-LEVEL).........................................................................403
INSPECTION AND LIFE LIMITS ............................................................................................501
501. INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................501
502. SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES ...........................................501
503. LIFE LIMITS ....................................................................................................................501
504. INSPECTION AND INSPECTION ITEM SCHEDULE .................................................................501
505. 24-MONTH SERVICING AND INSPECTION (O-LEVEL)..........................................................503
506. 24-MONTH SERVICING AND INSPECTION (D-LEVEL) ..........................................................511
507. 48-MONTH SERVICING AND INSPECTION (D-LEVEL) ..........................................................512
509. PRE-FLIGHT INSPECTION (O-LEVEL) ................................................................................513
510. EFS CONTAINERS VISUAL INSPECTION ............................................................................514
511. EQUIPMENT ACCEPTANCE ..............................................................................................515
512. MANDATORY PARTS REPLACEMENTS ..............................................................................516
REPAIR ..................................................................................................................................601
601. INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................601
602. SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES ...........................................601
603. EFS CONTAINERS REPAIR ..............................................................................................601
604. LIFERAFT ASSEMBLY AND INFLATABLES REPAIR ...............................................................601
605. HYDROSTATIC TESTING PROCEDURE ..............................................................................601
606. RESERVOIR ASSEMBLY INSPECTION PROCEDURE ............................................................601
ASSEMBLY ............................................................................................................................701
701. INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................701
702. SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES ...........................................701
703. ELECTRIC INFLATION VALVES ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE .....................................................701
704. EFS CONTAINERS ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE .....................................................................701
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST ...............................................................................................1001
1001. GENERAL.....................................................................................................................1001
1002. AFT ASSEMBLIES .........................................................................................................1001
1003. FORWARD COMPONENTS ..............................................................................................1025
1004. INFLATION COMPONENTS ..............................................................................................1035
STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION .................................................................................1501
1501. INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................1501
1502. PREPARATION FOR AND REMOVAL FROM STORAGE ........................................................1501
1503. PREPARATION FOR EFS TRANSPORTATION ...................................................................1502
1504. PREPARATION FOR DEPLOYED EFS TRANSPORTATION ..................................................1502

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
FIGURE PAGE
Figure 1: EFS Floats Inflated 12
Figure 2: FWD Container 13
Figure 3: FWD Float (shown installed on H/C and inflated) 13
Figure 4: FWD Container – Inboard Side 14
Figure 5: Aft Container (shown installed on H/C)-Top view 14
Figure 6: Aft Float Inflated (shown installed on H/C and inflated) 15
Figure 7: Aft Container – Inboard Side 16
Figure 8: Inflation Components 17
Figure 101: Max Allowable Pressure Drop 106
Figure 102: Max Allowable Pressure Drop 109
Figure 501: Safety Pin 503
Figure 502: Pull Cable Test Fixture 504
Figure 503: Pull Cable Test Fixture Parts 505
Figure 504: Test Fixture to Shroud 507
Figure 505: Pull Rod Attachment 507
Figure 506: Retainer Wire in Plunger 508
Figure 507: Reset Tool 508
Figure 508: Cable Rod to Pull Rod 509
Figure 509: Retainer Wire 509
Figure 510: Actuation Indicator Line 510
Figure 511: Marked Location of Lock Nut 510
Figure 512: Cylinder Pressure Limits Placard 514
Figure 513: Locator Beacon Battery Replacement 516
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Figure 1002 1008
Figure 1003 1008
Figure 1004 1009
Figure 1005 1009
Figure 1006 1010
Figure 1007 1011
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Figure 1023 1029


Figure 1024 1030
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Figure 1027 1033
Figure 1028 1034
Figure 1029 1036
Figure 1030 1036
Figure 1501: Packed EFS in Container 1502

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INTRODUCTION
1. Purpose and Scope

A. This Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) contains maintenance instructions and


parts identification to assist qualified repair personnel in servicing the Emergency
Flotation System with integrated liferafts and all additional equipment used to activate
the system (650.5100, 650.5200, 650.8000).
B. Only approved personnel with the necessary skills and training may be used for the
maintenance procedures described in this manual.
C. Activities that apply to a specific maintenance level are identified in the section title:

(1) (O-Level) Operational Level Maintenance Activity and is performed by the kit
owner.

(2) (D-Level) Depot Level Maintenance Activity and is performed by an authorized


repair facility.

(3) If no level is in parenthesis (), then either level may perform the activity.

D. All measurements given in this manual are taken from the original manufacturing
drawings.

2. Reference Documents

A. Repair and inspection services, replacement parts, technical documentation, and


other product support services are available from Dart Aerospace.

3. How to Use this Manual

A. Refer to the TABLE OF CONTENTS to locate necessary maintenance procedures


and technical data. This CMM contains the following information:

(1) DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION: Provides the complete system description,


operational details and technical data for the EFS with integrated LR.

(2) TESTING: Provides information and procedures required for operational


checkout, testing and troubleshooting.

(3) DISASSEMBLY: Provides removal and disassembly procedures for the EFS
Container Assembly.

(4) CLEANING: Provides instructions for both general and specialized cleaning
procedures.

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(5) INSPECTION AND LIFE LIMITS: Provides detailed inspection procedures and
critical component data required during maintenance and servicing.

(6) REPAIR: Provides procedures for repairing specific assemblies and sub-
assemblies.

(7) ASSEMBLY: Provides procedures for assembling the EFS.

(8) ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST: Provides a complete listing of parts for the EFS
including illustrations and part numbers.

(9) STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION: Provides procedures for storage and


transporting the EFS.

4. Abbreviations and Terminology

A. The following abbreviations are used in this CMM:

(1) Assy Assembly

(2) EFS Emergency Floatation System

(3) ELT Emergency Locator Transmitter

(4) FLT Float

(5) FWD Forward

(6) IAW In Accordance With

(7) IN Inches

(8) LBS Pounds

(9) L/H Left Hand

(10) LR Liferaft

(11) MEK Methyl Ethel Ketone

(12) MO Manufacturing Order

(13) Nm Nanometre

(14) PAX Passenger

(15) P/N Part Number

(16) PRV Pressure Relief Valve

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(17) PSIG Pounds per Square Inch Ground

(18) R/H Right Hand

(19) º F Degrees Fahrenheit

(20) º C Degrees Celsius

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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION


1. AgustaWestland Part Numbers

A. The following lists the AW PNs corresponding to Dart PNs used in this manual:
Dart PN Description AW PN
650.5201 Fwd Float Left Assy 3G9560V04131
647.5901 FWD Float Assy LH 3G9560V07851
650.5202 Fwd Float Right Assy 3G9560V04231
647.5902 FWD Float Assy RH 3G9560V07751
650.5103 Aft LH Complete 15 Pax Assy 3G9560V06231
650.5105 Aft LH Float And 15 Pax LR Assy 3G9560V04331
647.6003 Aft Float L.H. w/LR Pack Cover 3G9560V07651
647.6003 Aft Float L.H. w/Liferaft Pack Cover 3G9560V07651
650.5104 Aft RH Float And 15 Pax LR Assy 3G9560V04431
647.6004 Aft Float R.H. W/LR Pack Cover 3G9560V07551
650.5106 Aft RH Float And 18 Pax LR Assy 3G9560V06531
650.5107 Aft LH Complete 18 Pax Assy 3G9560V06331
650.5109 Aft LH Float And 18 Pax LR Assy 3G9560V06431
650.4601 AW139 Float Reservoir Assy 3G9560V04951
650.4101 10 Man ETSO Liferaft 3G2560V01351
650.4301 12 Man ETSO Liferaft 3G2560V01151
650.4703 LH LR Reservoir Assy 3G2560V01251
650.4704 RH LR Reservoir Assy 3G2560V01951
650.4904 Pull Cable Assy 3G2560V01851
650.5801 Pull Cable Junction Assy 3G2560V01451
650.8803 Back-Up Handle And Cable Assy 3G2560V02031
650.8804 Pilot Handle and Cable Assy 3G2560V01731
600.1400 Liferaft Cylinder Pressure Graph Label 3G2560V01551

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2. EFS System Description

B. The AW139 EFS with Integrated Liferaft is composed of four Float Assemblies and
two Liferaft Inflation Assemblies. Each Float Assembly consists of a Float Container
Assembly a Float bag, and an external cover. The Float is attached to the Float
Container through the Girt using stainless steel hardware. Each Float Assembly is
designed to fit into a corresponding opening in the aircraft. The Forward Float
Assembles install into openings under the crew doors on the pilot and copilot sides.
The Aft Float Assemblies install into opening under the LH and RH baggage doors.
Each Aft Float Assembly also includes an integrated Liferaft, with either a 10 person
(15 person overload) capacity or an optional 12 person (18 person overload)
capacity. The LH AFT Float Assembly also fits the EFS reservoir assembly used to
provide gas to all four float bags at inflation.
Figure 1: EFS Floats Inflated

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C. Each FWD Container Assembly houses a float assembly. LH side shown in the
following figures, RH side is symmetric
Figure 2: FWD Container

Figure 3: FWD Float (shown installed on H/C and inflated)

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D. The FWD Container Assembly has a pneumatic hose connection on the inboard side
to connect the H/C hoses line providing gas from the EFS reservoir.
Figure 4: FWD Container – Inboard Side

E. Each AFT Container Assemblies houses a float assembly and a liferaft assembly. LH
side shown in the following figures, RH side is symmetric but not including the EFS
reservoir.
Figure 5: Aft Container (shown installed on H/C)-Top view

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F. Only AFT LH Containers house a float inflation reservoir affixed to the inboard side.
G. Each AFT Container Assembly houses a float assembly with the option for a 15 PAX
or 18 PAX Liferaft to be included.
Figure 6: Aft Float Inflated (shown installed on H/C and inflated)

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H. The AFT Container Assembly has two pneumatic hose connections on the inboard
sides. The Float Connection allows to connect the H/C hoses line providing gas from
the EFS reservoir. The Liferaft Connection allows to connect the LR H/C hose
providing gas from the LR reservoir.
Figure 7: Aft Container – Inboard Side

Float
Connection

Liferaft
Connection

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I. Inflation components consist of pull cables, junction assemblies, inflation handles,


backup inflation handles, and liferaft inflation reservoirs. All these components
interface within the fuselage of the aircraft.
Figure 8: Inflation Components

Junction LR
Inflation
Backup Handles Pull Cables Assemblies Reservoirs
Handles

3. EFS Inflation Components Description

A. Float Inflation Assembly

(1) The Float Inflation Assembly is located on the LH Aft Float Assembly. It consists
of a Cylinder and Electric Inflation Valve. The Float Inflation Assembly is
secured onto the LH Aft Container Assembly through two Clamp Assemblies. An
electrical connector on the Electric Inflation Valve provides power to the dual coil
solenoid inside the Valve, and provides the interface with the helicopter
electrical fixed provisions. A Hose Assembly is attached to the outlet port of the
Electric Inflation Valve and runs from the Valve to a cross fitting on the
helicopter mechanical fixed provisions.

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B. Liferaft Inflation Assembly

(1) The Liferaft Inflation Assembly is located on the aft endcap of the LH and RH
sponson. Each installation is mirrored to allow for only one liferaft to be inflated
per side. The Liferaft Inflation Assembly consists of a Cylinder and Mechanical
Inflation Valve, both of which comprise the Reservoir Assembly. In addition, the
Liferaft Inflation Assembly also contains a Pull Cable Assembly and a Pull Cable
Junction, a backup External Liferaft Inflation Lever with Pull Cable Assembly,
and a Pilot Inflation Lever with Pull Cable Assembly.

C. Liferaft Reservoir Assembly

(1) The Liferaft Reservoir Assembly is attached to the aircraft using T-Bolt Clamps
and Reservoir Assembly Brackets. The Reservoir Assembly Brackets are
installed directly to the aircraft. The Pull Cable is connected to the Shroud
portion of the Valve, and provides a direct mechanical link to the rest of the
inflation handles on the side of the aircraft on which it is installed. The Pull Cable
runs from the Valve to the Pull Cable Junction. The Pull Cable Junction provides
the connection interface with the Pull Cable from the Backup External Liferaft
Inflation Lever as well as the pilot inflation handle r4installed in the cockpit.

D. Backup External Handles

(1) The Backup External Handles are located forward of the main cabin doors on
the outside skin and is fastened directly to the aircraft. It is accessible to
passengers from outside or inside of the aircraft (with the emergency window
removed).

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4. Emergency Operations Summary

A. Floats are activated automatically by means of water sensors (as a backup, the pilot
or copilot pushes a guarded switch on the collective) that sends an electrical signal to
the Electric Inflation Valve. The electrical signal is fully redundant, with one signal
going to each coil of the dual coil solenoid. However, only one coil is needed to
initiate the inflation. The compressed helium from the EFS Reservoir Assembly is
released to the internal plumbing and reaches all the four Floats. The flow of gas is
regulated through different sized orifices inside the inlet check valves of the Floats.
B. As the Float inflates, it puts pressure on the Cover until cover breaks. The Float then
continues to inflate to the target design final pressure. Once the Float is completely
inflated, it bears against the Container and portions of the surrounding fuselage.
C. Under normal operations, the Liferafts remain packed during the Float Inflation. Each
Liferaft is contained within a Pack Cover bonded to the forward portion of the Aft
Float. The Liferaft system is activated by pulling on either the inflation lever located
on the pilot or copilot door post, or by pulling the backup Inflation Lever located on the
external fuselage. It should be noted that the Liferaft does not require the Float
inflation to occur for the system to inflate. The pressure from the Liferaft inflation is
enough to open the Covers.
D. Once the Liferaft begins inflating, it propels itself forward such that it ends up adjacent
to the main cabin door. The Liferaft can then be boarded. The survival kit is attached
via a series of lanyards to the Liferaft. It can be accessed by pulling the lanyards until
the Survival Kit Pouches are accessible. The Liferaft itself remains attached to the
Container through a mooring line and through the inflation Hose. The mooring line is
routed through an inflatable boom attached to the Aft Float. The boom is positioned
such that the mooring line is accessible from the aft passenger cabin window. The
Hose can be disconnected manually by actuating the quick disconnect fitting. The
quick disconnect also activates should enough tension be placed on the Liferaft; such
as would be the case if the helicopter were to sink. The mooring line can be cut with
the safety knife included in the Survival Kit

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TESTING
101. Introduction

A. This section provides testing and procedures with possible correction procedures for
the EFS kit.
B. Procedures are included for the inflatable Float Assemblies, inflatable Liferaft
Assemblies, EFS Container Assemblies, Hoses, Cables, and Reservoir Valves.

102. Test Equipment and Materials

A. The special tools, fixtures, equipment and consumables used in this section are listed
in Table 201.
Table 201: Testing Tools / Materials
DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER / SPECIFICATION
Compressed Shop Air N/A
Digital Air Pressure Gauge* 0 - 10 psig
Commercially Available
[0 - 70 kPa]
Manometer Gauge Adapter Commercially Available
Force Gauge Commercially Available
Torque Wrench, 0 - 150 inch-lbs.
Commercially Available
[0 - 17 Nm]
Ambient Temperature Thermometer Commercially Available
Barometer Commercially Available
Ohmmeter Commercially Available
1-way Topping Valve Dart Aerospace P/N: 600.0207
Test Fixture Dart Aerospace P/N: 606.7900
Electrical Test Harness Dart Aerospace P/N 606.8000
Test cylinder Dart Aerospace P/N 606.0063

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103. Float Assembly Test Procedures (D-Level)

A. Preliminary – Inflate each chamber to 1.75 ± 0.02 PSIG and examine for the
following:

(1) Seam separation

(2) Coating is abraded or damaged

(3) Large air pockets in cemented areas (>1/4”)

(4) Edge lifts

(5) Wrinkles in seams > 50% into the contact area, (maximum allowable is one per
inch)

B. Bulkhead Test

(1) Remove existing PRV Topping Valve, and install a one-way test Topping Valve
P/N 600.0207 on the chamber to be pressurized and torqued 30-40 inch
pounds.

(2) Vent adjoining chamber(s) to the test chamber by removing existing PRV valve.

(3) Pressure test chamber to 3.75 ± 0.02 PSIG using shop air and wait for the
pressure to stabilize. Allow the chamber to remain at this pressure for ten (10)
minutes, while checking for seam slippage, bulkhead failure, leaks around the
fittings, seams and other damage that might occur to the floats.

(4) After ten (10) minutes, verify that there is no damage and that the change in
pressure is less than 0.5 PSIG for the chamber. If there is damage, identify
areas and send back for repair and repeat test.

(5) Repeat steps 1 - 4 for all chambers.

C. PRV Test

(1) Test the PRVs individually by connecting to the PRV test fixture PN 606.7900.
Increase the pressure in the test tube until the PRV opens. Do not add any
additional air. The PRV should close on its own. Upon closing, verify that the
pressure is less than 4.5 PSIG.

(2) If the PRV fails, replace with new and retest.

(3) Ensure all valves are torqued to 30 to 40 inch-lbs.

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D. Leakage Test

(1) Soap hoses and valves and check for air leaks. If leaks are found, send for
repair.

(2) Pressurize each chamber to 1.75 ± 0.02 PSIG, and allow them to stabilize for
ten (10) to twenty (20) minutes. After stabilization, ensure each chamber is
inflated to 1.75 ± 0.02 PSIG. Adjust pressure by releasing gas through the
PRV’s or increase pressure by using compressed air.

(3) Record the start time, date, temperature, barometric pressure of the test area
and start pressure of each chamber.

(4) Allow the chambers to remain at pressure for a minimum of 6 hours, +/- 5
minutes.

(5) Record the date, time, temperature, and the barometric pressure of the test area
as well as the pressure of each chamber.

(6) Using the following correction factor formula, calculate the Actual Pressure.

(a) Actual Pressure = Measured Pressure +/- Correct Factor

(7) The pressure change (Actual Pressure - Start Pressure) for the test lasting X
hours must not decrease more than the pressure, Y, calculated from Equation
6a, If the float fails, repeat step 1.

(8) Floats may be presented for re-inspection upon completion of the required
rework and shall be re-inspected for compliance.

104. 10-MAN Liferaft Assembly Test Procedures (D-Level)

A. This test procedure is for the 10 Man ETSO Liferaft AW P/N: 3G2560V01351.
B. Shop Air Inflation

(1) Connect all hoses in accordance to the corresponding liferaft drawing (Dart
Drawing 650.4101).

(2) Vacuum all excess air out of the liferaft through the PRVs.

(3) Inflate the Liferaft to approximately 2.00 ± 0.02 psig.

(4) Let the inflated Liferaft sit for a minimum of 3 minutes.

(5) Measure the pressure in each inflated Liferaft chamber.

Test Pass Criteria: Pressure in each chamber remains greater than 1.25 psig.

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C. Visual Examinations

(1) Inflate the Top, Bottom, and Canopy Tube to approximately 2.00 ± 0.02 PSIG
and examine for defects. Inspect the Floor inflated to 0.15 ± 0.03 psig.

(2) Open the canopy and verify that it is properly bonded to the raft and free of
defects.

(3) Close the two canopy flaps to verify that all attachment devices operate
correctly.

(4) Verify that all markings are IAW 10 Man ETSO Liferaft drawing number
650.4100.

(5) Verify Rescue Light operates successfully.

Test Pass Criteria: Liferaft is free of defects and all markings are IAW 10 Man ETSO
Liferaft drawing number 650.4100.

D. Leakage Test

(1) Inflate the Top, Bottom, and Canopy Tube chambers to 2.00 ± 0.02 psig and
inflate the Floor chamber to 0.15 ± 0.03 psig using shop air.

(2) Ensure that all chambers are within their respective tolerances and allow them
to stabilize for 15 to 20 minutes. After 15 to 20 minutes, verify that the pressures
are within their respective tolerances as listed in the previous Step. Add
additional air if needed. Prior to beginning the pressure test.

(3) Record the start pressures of each chamber, the date, time, temperature and
the barometric pressure of the test area.

(4) Allow the Liferaft to remain at pressure for a minimum of 6 hours, +/- five (5)
minutes.

(5) After remaining under pressure for the prescribed time (minimum 6 hours unless
otherwise specified), record the date, time, temperature and the barometric
pressure of the final test conditions.

(6) Measure and record the pressure of each chamber.

(7) Calculate the Actual Pressure of each chamber accept for the test area using
the following correction factor formula:

(a) Actual Pressure = Measure Pressure +/- Correct Factor

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(b) Temperature: For each degree (Fahrenheit) rise in temperature,


subtract 0.004 PSIG from the Measured Pressure. For each degree
(Fahrenheit) drop in temperature, add 0.004 PSIG to the Measured
Pressure.
(c) Barometric Pressure: For each 0.1 (inches) rise in pressure, add 0.049
PSIG. For each 0.1 (inches) drop in pressure, subtract 0.049 PSIG.
(d) Determine the allowable pressure drop for a test lasting X hours, using
the Equation 1 below:
(e) Y = 0.0313(X)
(f) Where Y is the allowable pressure drop in PSIG and X is the duration
of the test in hours.
Test Pass Criteria: The corrected final pressure must be within the allowable
pressure drop defined in Table 202 and a max drop of 0.1 psig for the floor.

Table 202: Max Allowable Pressure Drop


Y
X
Max Allowable
Time
Pressure Drop
(Hours)
(PSIG)
2 0.06
4 0.13
6 0.19
8 0.25
12 0.38
16 0.50
24 0.75

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Figure 201: Max Allowable Pressure Drop

Allowable Pressure Drop


0.80
0.75
0.70
0.65
0.60
Change in Pressure (PSIG)

0.55
0.50
0.45
0.40
0.35
0.30
0.25
0.20
0.15
0.10
0.05
0.00
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26
Hours

105. 12-MAN Liferaft Assembly Test Procedures (D-Level)

A. This test procedure is for the 12 Man ETSO Liferaft AW P/N: 3G2560V01151.
B. Shop Air Inflation

(1) Connect all hoses in accordance to the corresponding liferaft drawing (Dart
Drawing 650.4301).

(2) Vacuum all excess air out of the liferaft through the PRVs.

(3) Inflate the Liferaft to approximately 1.70 ± 0.02 psig.

(4) Let the inflated Liferaft sit for a minimum of 3 minutes.

(5) Measure the pressure in each inflated Liferaft chamber.

Test Pass Criteria: Pressure in each chamber remains greater than 1.25 psig.

C. Visual Examinations

(1) Inflate the Top, Bottom, and Canopy Tube chambers to 1.70 ± 0.02 psig and
inflate the Floor chamber to 0.15 ± 0.03 psig using shop air.

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(2) Open the canopy and verify that it is properly bonded to the raft and free of
defects.

(3) Close the two canopy flaps to verify that all attachment devices operate
correctly.

(4) Verify that all markings are IAW 12 Man ETSO Liferaft drawing number
650.4300.

(5) Verify Rescue Light operates successfully.

Test Pass Criteria: Liferaft is free of defects and all markings are IAW 12 Man ETSO
Liferaft drawing number 650.4300.

D. Leakage Test

(1) Inflate the Top, Bottom, and Canopy Tube chambers to 1.70 ± 0.02 psig and
inflate the Floor chamber to 0.15 ± 0.03 psig using shop air.

(2) Ensure that all chambers are within their respective tolerances and allow them
to stabilize for 15 to 20 minutes. After 15 to 20 minutes, verify that the pressures
are within their respective tolerances as listed in the previous Step. Add
additional air if needed. Prior to beginning the pressure test.

(3) Record the start pressures of each chamber, the date, time, temperature and
the barometric pressure of the test area.

(4) Allow the Liferaft to remain at pressure for a minimum of 6 hours, +/- five (5)
minutes.

(5) After remaining under pressure for the prescribed time (minimum 6 hours unless
otherwise specified), record the date, time, temperature and the barometric
pressure of the final test conditions.

(6) Measure and record the pressure of each chamber.

(7) Calculate the Actual Pressure of each chamber accept for the test area using
the following correction factor formula:

(a) Actual Pressure = Measure Pressure +/- Correct Factor


(b) Temperature: For each degree (Fahrenheit) rise in temperature,
subtract 0.004 PSIG from the Measured Pressure. For each degree
(Fahrenheit) drop in temperature, add 0.004 PSIG to the Measured
Pressure.
(c) Barometric Pressure: For each 0.1 (inches) rise in pressure, add 0.049
PSIG. For each 0.1 (inches) drop in pressure, subtract 0.049 PSIG.

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(d) Determine the allowable pressure drop for a test lasting X hours, using
the Equation 1 below:
(e) Y = 0.0313(X)
(f) Where Y is the allowable pressure drop in PSIG and X is the duration
of the test in hours.
Test Pass Criteria: The corrected final pressure must be within the allowable
pressure drop defined in Table 203 and a max drop of 0.1 psig for the floor.

Table 203: Max Allowable Pressure Drop


Y
X
Max Allowable
Time
Pressure Drop
(Hours)
(PSIG)
2 0.04
4 0.08
6 0.11
8 0.15
12 0.23
16 0.30
24 0.45

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Figure 202: Max Allowable Pressure Drop

Allowable Pressure Drop


0.50

0.45

0.40
Change in Pressure (PSIG)

0.35

0.30

0.25

0.20

0.15

0.10

0.05

0.00
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26
Hours

106. EFS Container Assemblies Test Procedures (D-Level)

A. Aft Pod Assemblies

(1) The part must be free of any visual defect.

B. Aft Cover Assemblies

(1) The part must be free of any visual defect.

C. Forward Pod Assemblies

(1) The part must be free of any visual defect.

D. Forward Cover Assemblies

(1) The part must be free of any visual defect.

107. Hose Assembly Test Procedures (D-Level)

A. Inspection

(1) Perform a visual examination for evidence of fraying, wear, or other damage.

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(2) If any damage is detected, replace the hose.

(3) Pressure test the Hose Assemblies IAW the proof pressures listed in Table 204
and on drawing 602.3400.

Table 204: Hoses


Hose Proof
Inflation Weight Weight
No. Item Dart P/N Dash Pressure
System (lbs) (kg)
Size (psi)
1 Hose Assy 602.3401 -8 Float 0.47 0.21 3000
2 Hose Assy 602.3404 -8 Float 0.31 0.14 3000
3 Hose Assy 602.3405 -8 Float 0.55 0.25 3000
4 Hose Assy 602.3406 -8 Float 0.37 0.17 3000
5 Hose Assy 602.3407 -8 Float 0.36 0.16 3000
6 Hose Assy 602.3408 -8 Float 0.64 0.29 3000
7 Hose Assy 602.3409 -4 Liferaft 1.16 0.53 4300
8 Hose Assy 602.3410 -4 Liferaft 0.15 0.07 4300
9 Hose Assy 602.3411 -4 Liferaft 0.26 0.12 4300
10 Hose Assy 602.3412 -4 Liferaft 0.14 0.06 4300
11 Hose Assy 602.3413 -4 Liferaft 0.25 0.11 4300
12 Hose Assy 602.3414 -4 Liferaft 0.13 0.06 4300
13 Hose Assy 602.3415 -4 Float 0.46 0.21 4300
14 Hose Assy 602.3416 -8 Float 0.38 0.17 3000
15 Hose Assy 602.3417 -8 Float 0.55 0.25 3000
16 Hose Assy 602.3418 -8 Float 0.61 0.28 3000

108. Cables (O-Level)

A. Pull Cables

(1) Perform a visual examination for evidence of fraying, wear, corrosion or other
damage.

(2) If any damage is detected, replace Pull Cable.

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B. Junction Assembly

(1) Un-attach the Spring from the Cable Lock. Check the functionality of the Arm.
Make sure the Arm rotates about the hinge with little to no resistance or friction.
Reattach the Spring to the Cable Lock.

(2) With the Spring attached to the Cable Lock, rotate the Arm until it is
perpendicular to its attachment location, extending the spring slightly. Slowly
release the Arm. Make sure the spring causes the arm to return to its original
position.

109. Valves and Reservoirs (D-Level)

A. Functional EFS Valve Test − 650.5300 Valves

(1) Fill the Test Reservoir (650.4601) to 5950 psi.

(2) Secure the reservoir assembly in a vise.

(3) Connect the Electrical Test Harness P/N 606.8000 to the valve.

(4) Connect the Electrical Test Harness P/N 606.8000 to a 28v power supply.

(5) Turn the power supply on and electrically fire the valve.

Test Pass Criteria: The valve must fire and release all of the gas in the cylinder.

(6) In the event of a failure the valve must be disassembled and the root cause of
the failure must be determined and recorded.

(7) Depending on the severity of the root cause, the valve can be rebuilt IAW MPP-
179.

(8) Re-test the valve IAW steps 1 - 5 above.

B. Reservoir Inspection – 650.4601

(1) Use form AIPF-7.5.1-BFS.

(2) Record the date of the hydro test and the due date in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder
Pressurization Form.

(3) Record the expiration date of the cylinder AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder


Pressurization Form.

(4) Visually inspect and complete the check list in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder
Pressurization Form.

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Pass Criteria: Must meet all requirements listed in the checklist section of AIPF-
7.5.1-BFS.

(5) Record the Cylinder P/N, S/N and D.O.M. in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder
Pressurization Form.

(6) Record the Valve P/N, S/N and D.O.M. If applicable record the date the Valve
was inspectioned in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder Pressurization Form.

(7) Record the Temperature in AIPF-7.5.1 Cylinder Pressurization Form.

(8) Record the type of kit, filling PSI and type of gas being used in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS
Cylinder Pressurization Form.

Pass Criteria: The Reservoir assembly must be filled to 6000 ± 50 psi.

(9) Weigh and record the tare weight in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder Pressurization
Form.

Pass Criteria: The tare weight must be 39.9 ± 0.3 lbs (18.01 ± .14 kg).

(10) While filling the reservoir assy spray the valve with soapy water to check for
leaks. If bubbles form it is indicative that there is a leak in the valve. Record the
results in the Snoop: check box in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder Pressurization
Form.

Pass Criteria: No leaks detected.

(11) After filling get the final weight for the reservoir assembly and record the results
in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS along with the WT of gas.

Pass Criteria: The Total weight must be 43.3 ± 0.3 lbs (19.64 ± .14 kg) and the
weight of the gas must be 3.4 ± 0.2 lbs (1.54 ± .14 kg)

(12) After the final top off record the Leack Check (WT) in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder
Pressurization Form.

Pass Criteria: The weight must be 43.3 ± 0.3 lbs (19.64 ± .14 kg).

(13) Inspect the labels to drawing number 650.4600 and record the results in AIPF-
7.5.1-BFS Cylinder Pressurization Form.

Pass Criteria: Labels must be IAW drawing number 600.1402.

(14) QA must verify AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder Pressurization Form and sign it off.

Pass Criteria: QA stamp and date must be filled in.

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C. Functional LR Valve Test – 650.5300 Valves

(1) Connect the Valve Assembly to the Test Cylinder P/N 606.0063.

(2) Fill the Reservoir Assembly to 6000 psi.

(3) Secure the reservoir assembly in a vise.

(4) Connect a pull force gauge to the Pull Rod and smoothly pull back until the Pull
Rod separates from the hosing and the valve fires.

Test Pass Criteria: The valve must fire and release all of the gas in the cylinder, and
the pull force required not to exceed 15 lbs.

(5) In the event of a failure the valve must be disassembled.

(6) Depending on the severity of the root cause, the valve can be rebuilt.

(7) Re-test the valve IAW steps 1 - 5 above.

D. Reservoir Inspection – 650.4703 -650.4704

(1) Use form AIPF-7.5.1-BFS.

(2) Record the date of the hydro test and the due date in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder
Pressurization Form.

(3) Record the expiration date of the cylinder AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder


Pressurization Form.

(4) Visually inspect and complete the check list in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder
Pressurization Form.

Pass Criteria: Must meet all requirements listed in the checklist section of AIPF-
7.5.1-BFS.

(5) Record the Cylinder P/N, S/N and D.O.M. in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder
Pressurization Form.

(6) Record the Valve P/N, S/N and D.O.M. If applicable record the date the Valve
was inspected in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder Pressurization Form.

(7) Record the Temperature in AIPF-7.5.1 Cylinder Pressurization Form.

(8) Record the type of kit, filling PSI and type of gas being used in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS
Cylinder Pressurization Form.

Pass Criteria: The Reservoir assembly must be filled to 6000 ± 50 psi.

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(9) Weigh and record the tare weight in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder Pressurization
Form.

Pass Criteria: The tare weight must be 10.3 ± 0.3 lbs (4.67± .14 kg).

(10) While filling the reservoir assy spray the valve with soapy water to check for
leaks. If bubbles form it is indicative that there is a leak in the valve. Record the
results in the Snoop: check box in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder Pressurization
Form.

Pass Criteria: No leaks detected.

(11) After filling get the final weight for the reservoir assembly and record the results
in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS along with the WT of gas.

Pass Criteria: The Total weight must be 10.9 ± 0.3 lbs (4.94 ± .14 kg) and the weight
of the gas must be 0.65 ± 0.3 lbs (0.29 ± .14 kg)

(12) After the final top off record the Leak Check (WT) in AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder
Pressurization Form.

Pass Criteria: The weight must be 10.9 ± 0.3 lbs (4.94 ± .14 kg).

(13) Inspect the labels to drawing number 650.4700 and record the results in AIPF-
7.5.1-BFS Cylinder Pressurization Form.

Pass Criteria: Labels must be IAW drawing number 650.4700.

(14) QA must verify AIPF-7.5.1-BFS Cylinder Pressurization Form and sign it off.

Pass Criteria: QA stamp and date must be filled in.

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DISASSEMBLY
301. Introduction

A. This section provides removal and disassembly procedures for the EFS with
emphasis on the EFS Container Assemblies. Removal may be performed by
organizational level personnel. Disassembly shall be performed by depot level
personnel.
B. Before disassembly, use the TESTING procedures to establish the condition of the
EFS and to identify any probable causes of malfunction or defect.
C. Follow these procedures to limit the extent of disassembly and repair to return the
EFS to a serviceable condition.

302. Special Tools, Fixtures, Equipment and Consumables

A. The special tools, fixtures, equipment and consumables used in this section are listed
in Table 301.
Table 301: Disassembly Tools / Materials
DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER / SPECIFICATION
N/A N/A

303. Removal of Inflatable Assemblies

A. This section outlines the procedure for the removal of the inflated Floats, Liferafts and
Survival Kits from the EFS.
B. Float Removal Procedure:

(1) If deployed, after all gas has been discharged from the Reservoir Assembly. Go
to Step (3).

(2) Remove all Frangibles from the Container Covers.

(3) Remove all screws and washers attaching the Float’s Girt portion to the
container.

(4) Disconnect the −10 Inflation Hose.

(5) For Aft Floats, disconnect the Liferaft Lanyard from the Pack Cover.

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C. Liferaft Removal Procedure

(1) If deployed, after all gas has been discharged from the Reservoir Assembly. Go
to Step (3).

(2) Remove all Frangibles from the Container Covers.

(3) Separate the Liferaft from the float.

(4) Disconnect the −4 Inflation Hose.

(5) Disconnect the Liferaft Lanyard from the Float Assembly Pack Cover.

D. Survival Kit Removal Procedure

(1) Disconnect the Survival Kit Lanyard from the Liferaft Assembly.

304. 24-Month EFS Disassembly Procedure (D-Level)

A. This section outlines the disassembly sequence required to complete the 24-month
inspection procedure on the EFS.
B. Forward Container Disassembly Procedure

(1) Complete the Removal of Inflatable Components, Section 303.

(2) Remove Hose Assembly (602.3401).

(3) Remove −10 Bulkhead Elbow (601.3799)

(4) Clean the container IAW Section 405.

C. Aft Container Disassembly Procedure

(1) Complete the Removal of Inflatable Components, Section 303.

(2) Remove the Liferaft Bulkhead Union Elbow (601.3236).

(3) Remove the Float Bulkhead Union Elbow (601.3799).

(4) For the LH only, remove the Reservoir Assembly (650.4601).

(5) Clean the container IAW Section 405.

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305. 48-Month EFS Disassembly Procedure (D-Level)

A. This section outlines the disassembly sequence required to complete the 48-month
inspection procedure on the EFS.
B. Disassemble the forward and aft containers IAW Section 304.
C. Disassembly Procedure for LH AFT Assembly:

(1) Remove the Reservoir Clamp Assembly (644.8401).

(2) Remove the Forward Bracket (650.5019).

(3) Remove the Upper Bracket (650.5021).

(4) Remove the Aft Bracket (650.5020).

306. Inflation Valves Disassembly Procedure (D-Level)

A. Disassemble both the Liferaft and EFS inflation valves IAW Dart document MPP-179.

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CLEANING
401. Introduction

A. This section contains instructions for both general and specialized cleaning
procedures.
B. Unless otherwise noted, all cleaning instructions and procedures should be
performed as described.

402. Special Tools, Fixtures, Equipment and Consumables

A. The tools, fixtures, equipment and consumables used in this section are listed in
Table 401.
NOTE: Equivalent items may be used.

Table 401: Cleaning Tools / Materials


DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER / SPECIFICATION
Parts Washing Solvent Commercially Available
Cloth, Lint-Free N/A
Brush, Non-Metallic , Soft-Bristle Commercially Available
Methyl Ethel Ketone (MEK) Commercially Available
Compressed Shop Air N/A

403. General Cleaning Procedures

A. Clean all metal parts with parts washing solvent or equivalent. Remove dirt, grease,
and residual compounds using a stiff-bristle or non-metallic brush.
B. Use appropriate PPE and operational procedures according to the products being
used i.e. High Pressure spray, compressed can, or spray bottle.
C. Reservoir Sight Tube

(1) Use a clean wet cloth to carefully clean both sides of the clear polycarbonate
plate and the outside surface of the pressure gauge window. Use a mild soap
solution for difficult cleaning issues, and be sure to remove all soap when
cleaning is completed.

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CAUTION: DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANING SOLUTIONS WHICH


COULD RESULT IN PERMANENT SCRATCHES IN THE
POLYCARBONATE PLATE AND THE PRESSURE GAUGE
WINDOW.

404. Inflatables, Fabrics and Hose Cleaning (D-Level)

A. This section outlines the procedure for cleaning the Floats and Liferaft inflatable
assemblies.

WARNING: METHYL ETHEL KETONE (MEK) IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE. USE


ONLY IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA. KEEP AWAY FROM
OPEN FLAMES.

B. Cleaning Procedure

(1) For Liferafts and Floats,

NOTE: Rag should be damp not wet.

(2) Pump or otherwise apply cleaning solvent onto a clean shop rag.

(3) Wipe the surfaces as necessary with the cloth.

405. Pods (D-Level)

A. This section outlines the procedure for cleaning the interior of EFS Containers
Assembly including all sub-assemblies,

WARNING: METHYL ETHEL KETONE (MEK) IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE. USE


ONLY IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA. KEEP AWAY FROM
OPEN FLAMES.

B. Cleaning Procedure
NOTE: Rag should be damp not wet.

(1) Pump or otherwise apply cleaning solvent onto a clean shop rag.

(2) Wipe the surfaces as necessary with the cloth.

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406. Pull Cables (O-Level)

A. This section outlines the procedure for cleaning the Pull Cables.

WARNING: METHYL ETHEL KETONE (MEK) IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE. USE


ONLY IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA. KEEP AWAY FROM
OPEN FLAMES.

B. Cleaning Procedure

NOTE: Rag should be damp not wet.

(1) Pump or otherwise apply cleaning solvent onto a clean shop rag.

(2) Wipe the surfaces as necessary with the cloth.

407. Reservoir Valve Cleaning (D-Level)

A. Refer to Dart Document MPP-179.

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INSPECTION AND LIFE LIMITS


501. Introduction

A. This section contains inspection procedures life limits on affected components.


B. Only properly trained and qualified personnel should check and inspect the EFS.

502. Special Tools, Fixtures, Equipment and Consumables

A. The special tools, fixtures, equipment and consumables used in this section are listed
in Table 501.
Table 501: Testing Tools / Materials
DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER / SPECIFICATION
N/A N/A

503. Life Limits

A. Reservoir Cylinders

(1) The total life time of Reservoir Cylinders (excluding valve) shall not exceed 15
years, starting from DOM, including storage time.

B. EFS Components

(1) All parts (with exception to the Reservoir Cylinders) have no mandatory life limit.
Parts shall be replaced as required by periodic inspections, 24-Month Service
Inspections, and 48-Month Service Inspections.

504. Inspection and Inspection Item Schedule

A. There are two scheduled maintenance intervals.

(1) 24 Month Service Inspection

(2) 48 Month Service Inspection

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B. The 24 Month Service Inspection includes both O-level and D-level activities. Perform
a 24 Month Service Inspection every 24 months starting from the date of installation
of the kit on the aircraft.
C. Perform the first 48 Month Service Inspection after 48 months, starting from the date
of installation of the kit on the aircraft or after 5 years from the EFS reservoir and LR
reservoir DOM (whichever occurs first). Perform subsequent 48 Month Service
Inspection after 48 months from the installation date on the aircraft.
Table 502: Inspection and Inspection Item Schedule
Equipment Subassembly P/N Tasks Inspection Interval
24 Month
FWD Float Every 24m from installation
ALL Service
Assemblies date
Inspection
24 Month
AFT Float Every 24m from installation
ALL Service
Assemblies date
Inspection

15 PAX LR 650.4101 24 Month


Every 24m from installation
Service
18 PAX LR 650.4301 date
Inspection

650.8001 24 Month
LR Activation Every 24m from installation
Service
System 650.8002 date
Inspection
Every 48m from installation
48 Month
date or 5yrs from DOM of
Float Reservoirs 650.4601 Service
EFS Reservoir, whichever
Inspection
occurs first
Every 48m from installation
LR Reservoir LH 650.4703 48 Month
date or 5yrs from DOM of LR
Service
LR Reservoir RH 650.4704 Reservoir, whichever occurs
Inspection
first

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505. 24-Month Servicing and Inspection (O-Level)

A. Operational maintenance personnel are only required to inspect the following


equipment for the 24-Month Inspection:

(1) Pull Cables

(2) Pilot and Co-Pilot Pull Handles

(3) Back-up Pull Handles

B. Rigging Check
The Rigging Check procedure is to be performed during the 24-month inspection
procedure by O-level personnel.

WARNING: ENSURE SAFETY PIN IS INSTALLED IN VALVE PRIOR TO


TESTING. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD LEAD TO SERIOUS
INJURY.

NOTE: F/N’S APPLY TO THIS SECTION ONLY.

Figure 501: Safety Pin

Ensure Safety Pin is


installed into Valve

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Figure 502: Pull Cable Test Fixture

F/N 7 Retainer
Wire

F/N 19 Reset F/N 20 Test Pull


Tool Rod

606.7802
Clamp Assy

Test
Fixture

F/N 15 Set
Screw F/N 17 & 18 Hex
Keys

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Figure 503: Pull Cable Test Fixture Parts

4 Lubricate with Molykote 55 O-Ring Grease or equivalent.

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Table 503: Parts Lists for Pull Cable Test Fixture


F/N P/N Description QTY
REF 606.7802 Clamp Assy 1
1 606.7810 Pull Rod Housing 1
2 606.7815 Plunger 1
3 601.3775 Spring 1
4 645.7710 Shroud 1
5 645.6910 Pull Rod 1
6 606.7814 Plunger Cap 1
7 606.7818 Retainer Wire 1
8 601.2937 O-Ring 2
9 601.3796 Key Ring 1
10 601.2591 Screw 1
11 606.7819 Clamp Lower Half 1
12 601.3868 Thumb Screw 1
13 601.3819 Washer 1
14 601.1084 O-Ring 1
15 601.3821 Set Screw 1
16 601.3822 Sealing Hex Nut 1
17 601.3823 Hex L-Key 3/32” 1
18 601.3824 Hex L-Key 7/64” 1
19 606.7820 Reset Tool 1
20 606.7821 Test Pull Rod 1
26 606.7823 Clamp Upper Half 1

PULL FORCE CALIBRATION

(1) Place Clamp Assy loosely on shroud of installed valve. Insert Pull Cable Test
Fixture into Clamp Assembly and secure it using F/N 18 Hex Key so it is closely
lined up with the existing valve shroud as shown in Figure 504.

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Figure 504: Test Fixture to Shroud

(2) Attach F/N 20 Test Pull Rod to F/N 5 Pull Rod as shown in Figure 505.

Figure 505: Pull Rod Attachment

F/N 5 Pull Rod

F/N 20 Test Pull


Rod

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(3) Attach Pull Force Gauge to F/N 20 Test Pull Rod and pull until F/N 5 Pull Rod
comes free of F/N 1 Pull Rod Housing.

(4) To reinsert the pull rod, disengage the Test Fixture by pulling up on F/N 9 Key
Ring. Insert extra F/N 7 Retainer Wire into F/N 2 Plunger hole, as shown in
Figure 506, to lock Plunger in the open position. Reinsert Pull Rod into Pull Rod
Housing using Reset Tool until it seats, as shown in Figure 507. Apply sufficient
force to Pull Rod to ensure it travels past F/N 15 Set Screw. Remove Retainer
wire from Plunger to re-engage Test Fixture.

Figure 506: Retainer Wire in Plunger

F/N 7 Retainer
Wire

F/N 2 Plunger

Figure 507: Reset Tool

F/N 19 Reset Tool

(5) If pull force gauge reading is less than 10 lbs, use F/N 17 Hex L-Key 3/32” to
turn F/N 15 Set Screw (located under the Pull Rod Housing) clockwise in small
increments to increase the pull force.

NOTE: Do not adjust F/N 15 Set Screw if F/N 5 Pull Rod is not seated within
F/N 1 Pull Rod Housing. Doing so may prevent the pull rod from
seating properly.

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(6) Repeat steps 1-3 until the pull force gauge reads between 10-15 lbs.

PULL CABLE TESTING

(1) Insert Cable Rod into F/N 4 Shroud and connect to F/N 5 Pull Rod. (Figure 508)

Figure 508: Cable Rod to Pull Rod

F/N 5

(2) Seat the Lock Nut Swivel into the Pull Rod Housing and insert F/N 7 Retainer
Wire into Cotter Pin Hole locations to secure the pull cable within the Test
Fixture. (Figure 509)

Figure 509: Retainer Wire

F/N 7

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(3) Adjust the Pull cables per the Installation Instructions or Instructions for
Continued Airworthiness provided with the Emergency Kit. Be sure to remove
any excess slack in the system. Perform an initial pull test on the longest cable
in the Float Kit Assembly. Operator will know if the system has fired if an audible
click is heard from F/N 1 Pull Rod Housing at the moment of actuation, or by
viewing the Plunger Indicator Line on F/N 2 Plunger as shown in Figure 510.

Figure 510: Actuation Indicator Line

Not Fired
Fired

(4) Reset the Test Fixture according to Step 4 in Pull Force Calibration. Perform a
Pull tests on each cable in the system to validate the effectiveness of the Pull
Cable Rigging.

(5) Repeat steps 3 & 4 until the Pull Cable System is adjusted so that there is an
ample amount of travel at each Pull Handle and minimal slack.

(6) Once the system has been adjusted so that there is ample travel at each Pull
Handle, mark the location of the Lock Nut to indicate the final rigging adjustment
when reinstalling the pull Cable into the shroud of the installed Reservoir
Assembly. (Figure 511)

Figure 511: Marked Location of Lock Nut

Lock Nut

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(7) Remove Tooling as follows:

(a) Loosen Lock Nuts


(b) Remove Retainer Wire from both shrouds (Figure 509)
(c) Remove Pull Cable Rod from Test Fixture Pull Rod (Figure 508)
(d) Remove Clamp Assembly using F/N 18 Hex Key

(8) Install Pull Cable into Shroud of installed Reservoir Assembly and adjust system
up to the mark created per Step 6.

(9) Complete Installation IAW the applicable Dart Installation Instructions and/or
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness

506. 24-Month Servicing and Inspection (D-Level)

A. This portion of the 24-Month servicing and inspection procedure consist of a series of
detailed checks and visual inspections at the manufacturer’s facility to ensure the
operational readiness of the EFS.
B. All required procedures are outlined in
C. Table 504.
Table 504: 24-Month Servicing and Inspection
Step Section Paragraph
No. Service Requirement
Reference Reference
24 MONTH Complete the 24 Month EFS
1 304
DISASSEMBLY Disassembly Procedure
Clean EFS interior and exterior. Clean
2 CLEANING 403 thru 405
all EFS sub-assemblies
3 TESTING 103 Float Assemblies Test Procedures
10-Man or 12-Man Liferaft Assembly
4 TESTING 104 or 105
Test Procedures
INSPECTION AND Perform a complete EFS Containers
5 510
LIFE LIMITS Visual Inspection
INSPECTION AND Check and inspect all EFS Placards
6 511.A
LIFE LIMITS and Markings
INSPECTION AND Perform EFS Final Equipment and
7 511.B
LIFE LIMITS Packing Inspection
INSPECTION AND Replace parts of First Aid Kit
8 512.A
LIFE LIMITS (650.8302)

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Step Section Paragraph


No. Service Requirement
Reference Reference
9 ASSEMBLY 704 Re-Assemble the EFS
STORAGE AND
10 1503 Prepare the EFS for transportation
TRANSPORTATION

507. 48-Month Servicing and Inspection (D-Level)

A. 48-Month servicing and inspection procedures consist of detailed checks, tests,


inspections and reservoir inspection at the manufacturer’s facility to ensure the
operational readiness of the EFS.
B. All recommended procedures are outlined in Table 505.
Table 505: 48-Month Service Inspection
Step Section Paragraph
Service Requirement
No. Reference Reference
48 MONTH Complete the 48 Month EFS
1 305
DISASSEMBLY Disassembly Procedure
Clean EFS interior and exterior. Clean
2 CLEANING 403 thru 405
all EFS sub-assemblies
3 TESTING 103 Float assemblies Test Procedures
10-man or 12-man liferaft assembly
4 TESTING 104 or 105
test procedures
INSPECTION AND Perform a complete EFS Containers
5 510
LIFE LIMITS Visual Inspection
INSPECTION AND Check and inspect all EFS Placards
6 511.A
LIFE LIMITS and Markings
INSPECTION AND Perform EFS Final Equipment and
7 511.B
LIFE LIMITS Packing Inspection
INSPECTION AND Replace parts of First Aid Kit
8 512.A
LIFE LIMITS (650.8302)
STORAGE AND
9 1503 Prepare the EFS for transportation
TRANSPORTATION
MANDATORY PARTS
10 512.B Replace batteries in ELT (601.3742)
REPLACEMENT
MANDATORY PARTS Replace batteries in the Flashlight
11 512.B
REPLACEMENT (601.3435)

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Step Section Paragraph


Service Requirement
No. Reference Reference
Perform Reservoir Assembly
12 HYDROSTATIC TEST 605
Hydrostatic Testing
RESERVOIR Perform Reservoir Assembly
13 606
INSPECTION Inspection
HOSE PRESSURE
14 107 Hose Assembly Test Procedure
CHECK
STORAGE AND
15 1503 Prepare the EFS for transportation
TRANSPORTATION

508. Maintenance Schedule of Stored Equipment

A. New parts or not installed back after 48 Month Service Inspection

(1) Perform a 48 Month Service Inspection after 5 years from DOM or from Date of
last 48 Month Service Inspection.

(2) Perform a 24 Month Service Inspection before installing the kit on aircraft if 24
months have passed from the DOM or the latest 48 Month Service Inspection.
Then it follows the maintenance schedule for installed equipment.

(3) If the kit is installed before 24 months have passed from DOM or the latest 48
Month Service Inspection, then it follows the maintenance schedule for installed
equipment.

B. Equipment Installed on Aircraft and Then Stored

(1) The maintenance schedule stops while stored and resumes when the kit is
reinstalled on the aircraft. Prior to installation on aircraft, the hydrostatic test date
shall be verified for time remaining until next inspection. If 5 years have passed
from DOM or latest hydrostatic test, the Reservoirs must be sent to an
Authorized Repair Facility for overhaul.

509. Pre-Flight Inspection (O-Level)

A. Reservoir Gauge Pressure

(1) Perform a visual inspection for any noticeable damage.

(2) Check the Reservoir Gauge pressures for the LR and EFS. Verify that it is within
safe operating limits according to the Cylinder Pressure Limits placards (Figure
512).

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NOTE: Both the LR and EFS Reservoirs have the same Pressure Limits.

Figure 512: Cylinder Pressure Limits Placard

510. EFS Containers Visual Inspection

A. To be completed on the 24 Month and 48 Month Service Inspections.


B. Check for the following defects:

(1) Holes are elongated

(2) Holes are frayed

(3) Scratches or chips down to bare carbon fiber

(4) Abnormally thick areas of carbon fiber

(5) Abnormal surface finish

(6) Areas of delamination

(7) Cracks indicative of damage to the composite laminate

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511. Equipment Acceptance

A. Placards and Markings Check

(1) Verify that all accepted equipment contains all specified placards and markings
listed in Table 506.

Table 506: EFS Placards and Markings


PART NO. PLACARD OR MARKING
600.1383 FWD AND AFT PLACARDS
600.1402 FLOAT AND LIFERAFT RESERVOIR LABELS
LASER ENGRAVING
PULL CABLES
OR TAG

B. Final Equipment and Packing Inspection (D-Level)

(1) Verify that all accepted equipment passes all inspections listed in Table 507.

(2) Ensure that correct information is recorded in the maintenance placard i.e. last
and next date of inspection.

Table 507: EFS Equipment Inspection Requirements


NUMBER REQUIREMENT
Ensure that the reservoir gauge is properly aligned and visible
1
through the gauge viewing window. (AFT LH ONLY)
Ensure the correct attachment of the reservoir cylinder in the
2 container (torque each nut in the Clamp Assembly P/N 644.8401 to
30 in-lbs (3.4 Nm)). (AFT LH ONLY)
3 Ensure that the hoses are properly installed.
4 Ensure that the Composite Survival Kit is installed.
5 Ensure that all lanyards and lines are properly attached.
6 Ensure that the seal between the lid has not been damaged.
7 Inspect all Frangibles for security.
8 Inspect all bulkhead fittings for looseness.

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512. Mandatory Parts Replacements

A. The following parts shall be replaced at the 24-month maintenance interval


regardless of wear and tear:

(1) First Aid Kit (650.8302)

B. The following parts shall be replaced at the 48-month maintenance interval


regardless of wear and tear:

(1) First Aid Kit (650.8302)

(2) Batteries in the Flashlight (601.3435)

(a) To fit a new battery (Type - AA), unscrew the base of the flash light,
replace old battery, and re-screw the base onto the flashlight until tight.

(3) Batteries in Locator Beacon (601.3742)

(a) To fit a new battery (Manufactures P/N: 500-32 PLB), undo the screw
in the base which will allow the battery to come loose from the beacon unit.
(b) Remove the red tab and insert the battery into the unit using the screw
provided and tighten until the battery fits solidly together with the beacon
unit.
Figure 513: Locator Beacon Battery Replacement

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REPAIR
601. Introduction

A. Procedures in this section are to be performed by Depot Level personnel only.

602. Special Tools, Fixtures, Equipment and Consumables

A. The special tools, fixtures, equipment and consumables used in this section are listed
in Table 601.
Table 601: Testing Tools / Materials
DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER / SPECIFICATION
Dart Test Fixture 606.7801

603. EFS Containers Repair

A. Refer to Dart Document MPP-191.

604. Liferaft Assembly and Inflatables Repair

A. Refer to Dart Document RPM-4000.

605. Hydrostatic Testing Procedure

A. Refer to Dart Document MPP-156.

606. Reservoir Assembly Inspection Procedure

A. Refer to Dart Document MPP-179 for 650.5300 Valves.

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ASSEMBLY
701. Introduction

A. This section provides assembly procedures for the EFS Container Assemblies.

702. Special Tools, Fixtures, Equipment and Consumables

A. The special tools, fixtures, equipment and consumables used in this section are listed
in Table 701.
Table 701: Assembly Tools / Materials
DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER / SPECIFICATION
N/A N/A

703. Electric Inflation Valves Assembly Procedure

A. For both LR Reservoir Valves and EFS Reservoir Valve, refer to Dart Document
MPP-179.

704. EFS Containers Assembly Procedure

A. Refer to Dart Document MPP-191.

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ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST


1001. General

A. This section provides the illustrations and breakdown of parts for the EFS Kit which
can be disassembled, repaired or replaced, and reassembled.

(1) AFT Assembly parts are found in Section 1002.

(2) FWD Assembly parts are found in Section 1003.

(3) Inflation System parts are found in Section 1004.

1002. Aft Assemblies

A. There are three configurations of the aft assemblies:

(1) Without Liferafts (Table 1002)

(a) RH Components (650.5102)


(b) LH Complete Components (650.5101)
(c) LH Components (650.5110)

(2) With 15 PAX Liferafts (Table 1003)

(a) RH Components (650.5104)


(b) LH Complete Components (650.5103)
(c) LH Components (650.5105)

(3) With 18 PAX Liferafts (Table 1003)

(a) RH Components (650.5106)


(b) LH Complete Components (650.5107)
(c) LH Components (650.5109)
B. The following components are common to all configurations (Table 1001):

(1) RH Cover Components (650.5112)

(2) RH Pod Components (650.5114)

(3) LH Cover Components (650.5111)

(4) LH Pod Components (650.5113)

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Table 1001: Common Components


0.5114 0.5113 0.5112 0.5111 FN PN DESCRIPTION
X 4 650.5111 AFT LH POD COVER ASSY

X 5 650.5112 AFT RH POD COVER ASSY


X 6 650.5113 AFT LH POD ASSY
X 7 650.5114 AFT RH POD ASSY
1 8 650.0701 LH AFT POD ASSY
1 9 650.0702 RH AFT POD ASSY
1 10 650.0703 LH AFT COVER ASSY
1 11 650.0704 RH AFT COVER ASSY
1 17 648.3505 TOP FWD DOUBLER ASSY
BOTTOM AFT DOUBLER
1 18 648.3506
ASSY
1 19 648.3543 DOUBLER RUB STRIP
1 20 648.3544 DOUBLER RUB STRIP
1 21 648.6411 SIGHT TUBE
1 30 650.5115 GAUGE GLASS
1 31 650.5116 GAUGE COLLAR
1 FT 1 FT 32 601.1581 CABLE
2 2 33 601.1054 NICROPRESS SLEEVE
7 IN 7 IN 34 601.1512 SHRINK TUBING
1 1 35 650.9710 ACCESS DOOR GASKET
1 1 37 650.9825 LOOP PATCH
3.5FT 3.5FT 46 601.3827 ADHESIVE-BACKED STRIP

7.4FT 7.4FT 48 601.3774 ADHESIVE-BACKED STRIP


1 1 50 650.5704 VELCRO PILE STRAP 15"
1 1 51 650.5703 VELCRO HOOK STRAP 15"
3 3 52 650.5706 VELCRO PILE STRAP 20"
3 3 53 650.5705 VELCRO HOOK STRAP 20"
1 1 54 650.5702 VELCRO PILE STRAP 10"
1 1 55 650.5701 VELCRO HOOK STRAP 10"
1 56 650.5021 UPPER AFT BRACKET
2 57 601.1324 BOLT

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0.5114 0.5113 0.5112 0.5111 FN PN DESCRIPTION


2 58 601.3555 BOLT
8 59 601.3663 WASHER
4 64 601.0970 NUT
A/R 71 601.2045 RTV BLACK
A/R A/R 72 600.1005 ADHESIVE
A/R A/R 74 600.0901 ADHESIVE
A/R 77 600.1028 PROTECTIVE TAPE
C. The Aft Assembly without LR includes the following:

(1) LH Complete Components (650.5101)

(2) RH Components (650.5102)

(3) LH Components (650.5110)

Table 1002: Aft Float Pod Assembly without LR


0.5110 0.5102 0.5101 FN PN DESCRIPTION

X 650.5101 AFT LH COMPLETE FLOAT POD ASSY


X 650.5102 AFT RH FLOAT POD ASSY
X 1 3 650.5110 AFT LH FLOAT POD ASSY
1 4 650.5111 AFT LH POD COVER ASSY

1 5 650.5112 AFT RH POD COVER ASSY


1 6 650.5113 AFT LH POD ASSY
1 7 650.5114 AFT RH POD ASSY
1 12 650.5019 FWD BRACKET
1 13 650.5020 AFT BRACKET
1 14 650.4601 AW139 FLOAT RESERVOIR ASSY

AW139 FLOAT RESERVOIR CLAMP


2 15 644.8401
ASSY
1 16 650.9301 BONDING CABLE
1 23 647.6002 AFT FLOAT ASSY RH
1 25 647.6001 AFT FLOAT ASSY LH

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0.5110 0.5102 0.5101 FN PN DESCRIPTION

2 39 600.1401 CYLINDER PRESSURE GRAPH LABEL


1 1 40 600.1383 AW139 PLACARD
6 6 41 601.3778 SCREW
6 6 42 601.2930 NUT
1 1 43 601.3867 WASHER
648.1426-
15 15 44 FRANGIBLE SCREW INSERT
422
13 13 45 601.2459 SCREW
3.5FT 3.5FT 47 601.3826 ADHESIVE-BACKED STRIP

7.4FT 7.4FT 49 601.3773 ADHESIVE-BACKED STRIP


12 59 601.3663 WASHER
12 60 601.1793 BOLT
54 48 61 601.2421 WASHER
10 10 62 601.3190 SCREW
13 10 63 601.0789 NUT
8 64 601.0970 NUT
1 1 65 601.2575 -10 BULKHEAD ELBOW NUT
2 2 66 601.3795 WASHER
1 1 68 601.3799 8 TO 10 BULKHEAD
648.1427-
2 2 70 FRANGIBLE SCREW
425-050
A/R A/R A/R 72 600.1005 ADHESIVE
1 1 73 601.3870 SPACER
A/R A/R 74 600.0901 ADHESIVE
A/R A/R 75 600.0927 MASTINOX
A/R A/R 76 600.1027 COR-BAN 27L
2 78 601.3807 SILICONE RUBBER STRIP
A/R 79 600.1026 HIGH TEMP SILICONE
A/R A/R A/R 80 601.1876 SAFETY WIRE
3 81 601.0757 BOLT

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D. The Aft 15 PAX Assembly includes the following:

(1) LH Complete Components (650.5103)

(2) RH Components (650.5104)

(3) LH Components (650.5105)

E. The Aft 18 PAX Assembly includes the following:

(1) LH Complete Components (650.5107)

(2) RH Components (650.5106)

(3) LH Components (650.5109)

Table 1003: Aft 15 or 18 PAX Assembly


0.5109 0.5107 0.5106 0.5105 0.5104 0.5103 FN PN DESCRIPTION
AFT LH COMPLETE
X 650.5103
15 PAX ASSY
AFT RH FLOAT
X 650.5104 AND 15 PAX LR
ASSY
AFT LH FLOAT AND
X 1 1 650.5105
15 PAX LR ASSY
AFT RH FLOAT
X 650.5106 AND 18 PAX LR
ASSY
AFT LH COMPLETE
X 650.5107
18 PAX ASSY
AFT LH FLOAT AND
X 1 2 650.5109
18 PAX LR ASSY
AFT LH POD
1 1 4 650.5111
COVER ASSY
AFT RH POD
1 1 5 650.5112
COVER ASSY
1 1 6 650.5113 AFT LH POD ASSY
1 1 7 650.5114 AFT RH POD ASSY
1 1 12 650.5019 FWD BRACKET
1 1 13 650.5020 AFT BRACKET

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0.5109 0.5107 0.5106 0.5105 0.5104 0.5103 FN PN DESCRIPTION


AW139 FLOAT
1 1 14 650.4601
RESERVOIR ASSY
AW139 FLOAT
2 2 15 644.8401 RESERVOIR
CLAMP ASSY
BONDINGNG
1 1 16 650.9301
CABLE
AFT FLOAT ASSY
1 1 22 647.6004 RH W/LR PACK
COVER
AFT FLOAT ASSY
1 1 24 647.6003 LH W/LR PACK
COVER
10-MAN ETSO
1 1 26 650.4101
LIFERAFT
12-MAN ETSO
1 1 27 650.4301
LIFERAFT
SURVIVAL KIT
1 1 1 1 28 650.8302
(HARD PACK)
PERSONAL
1 1 1 1 29 601.3742 LOCATOR
BEACON
1 1 1 1 36 650.9809 CHAFE GUARD
CYLINDER
2 2 39 600.1401 PRESSURE
GRAPH LABEL
1 1 1 1 40 600.1383 AW139 PLACARD
6 6 6 6 41 601.3778 SCREW
6 6 6 6 42 601.2930 NUT
1 1 1 1 43 601.3867 WASHER
648.1426- FRANGIBLE
15 15 15 15 44
422 SCREW INSERT
13 13 13 13 45 601.2459 SCREW
ADHESIVE-
3.5FT 3.5FT 3.5FT 3.5FT 47 601.3826
BACKED STRIP
ADHESIVE-
7.4FT 7.4FT 7.4FT 7.4FT 49 601.3773
BACKED STRIP
12 12 59 601.3663 WASHER

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0.5109 0.5107 0.5106 0.5105 0.5104 0.5103 FN PN DESCRIPTION


12 12 60 601.1793 BOLT
54 48 54 48 61 601.2421 WASHER
10 10 10 10 62 601.3190 SCREW
13 10 13 10 63 601.0789 NUT
8 8 64 601.0970 NUT
-10 BULKHEAD
1 1 1 1 65 601.2575
ELBOW NUT
2 2 2 2 66 601.3795 WASHER
2 2 2 2 67 601.1885 WASHER
8 TO 10
1 1 1 1 68 601.3799
BULKHEAD
BULKHEAD UNION
1 1 1 1 69 601.3236
ELBOW
648.1427- FRANGIBLE
4 4 4 4 70
425-050 SCREW
A/R A/R A/R A/R A/R A/R 72 600.1005 ADHESIVE
1 1 1 1 73 601.3870 SPACER
A/R A/R A/R A/R 74 600.0901 ADHESIVE
A/R A/R A/R A/R 75 600.0927 MASTINOX
A/R A/R A/R A/R 76 600.1027 COR-BAN 27L
SILICONE RUBBER
2 2 78 601.3807
STRIP
HIGH TEMP
A/R A/R 79 600.1026
SILICONE
A/R A/R A/R A/R A/R A/R 80 601.1876 SAFETY WIRE
3 3 81 601.0757 BOLT

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1003. Forward Components

A. The Forward Assembly consists of the following:

(1) FWD Float Left Assembly (650.5201)

(2) FWD Float Right Assembly (650.5202)

Table 1004: FWD Components


0.5206 0.5205 0.5204 0.5203 0.5202 0.5201 FN PN DESCRIPTION
FWD FLOAT
X 650.5201
LEFT ASSY
FWD FLOAT
X 650.5202
RIGHT ASSY
LH FWD
X 1 650.5203
COVER ASSY
RH FWD
X 1 650.5204
COVER ASSY
X 1 650.5205 LH POD ASSY
X 1 650.5206 RH POD ASSY
LH FWD POD
1 1 650.0801
ASSY
RH FWD POD
1 2 650.0802
ASSY
LH FWD
1 3 650.0803
COVER ASSY
RH FWD
1 4 650.0804
COVER ASSY
FWD FLOAT
1 5 647.5901
ASSY LH
-10 BULKHEAD
1 1 6 601.3799
ELBOW
FWD FLOAT
1 7 647.5902
ASSY RH
8 8 8 601.2279 SCREW
1 1 9 601.3871 SPACER
2 2 10 601.3867 WASHER
REF REF 11 602.3401 HOSE
VELCRO HOOK
3 3 12 650.5701
STRAP
VELCRO PILE
3 3 13 650.5702
STRAP
AW139
1 1 14 600.1383
PLACARD

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0.5206 0.5205 0.5204 0.5203 0.5202 0.5201 FN PN DESCRIPTION


ADHESIVE-
3.3 YD 3.3 YD 15 601.3774
BACKED STRIP
A/R A/R A/R A/R 16 600.1005 ADHESIVE
ADHESIVE
A/R A/R 17 600.1006
PRIMER
A/R A/R A/R A/R A/R A/R 18 600.0901 ADHESIVE
19 DELETED
2 2 20 601.3795 WASHER
LOOP PATCH
REF REF 21 650.5709
ASSY
LOOP PATCH
2 2 22 650.5708
ASSY
ADHESIVE-
3 YD 3 YD 23 601.3773
BACKED STRIP
4 4 24 601.1365 SCREW
74 74 25 601.2421 WASHER
23 23 26 601.0789 NUT
GIRT BACKING
4 4 27 648.3546
STRIP
9 9 28 601.3778 SCREW
9 9 29 601.2930 NUT
-10 BULKHEAD
1 1 30 601.2575
ELBOW NUT
FRANGIBLE
648.1426-
8 8 31 SCREW
360
INSERT
4 4 32 601.1949 SCREW
4 4 33 601.3190 SCREW
13 13 34 601.3069 SCREW

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1004. Inflation Components

A. The Inflation System consists of the following:

(1) Liferaft Inflation System LH (650.8001)

(2) Liferaft Inflation System RH (650.8002)

Table 1005: Inflation Components


8002 8001 FN PN DESCRIPTION
LIFERAFT INFLATION SYSTEM
X 650.8001
LH
LIFERAFT INFLATION SYSTEM
X 650.8002
RH
1 1 650.4703 RESERVOIR ASSY
1 2 650.4704 RESERVOIR ASSY
1 1 3 650.4904 PULL CABLE ASSY
2 2 4 601.0718 COTTER PIN
1 1 5 650.5801 PULL CABLE JUNCTION ASSY
BACK-UP HANDLE AND CABLE
1 1 6 650.8803
ASSY
PILOT HANDLE AND CABLE
1 1 7 650.8804
ASSY
LIFERAFT CYLINDER
1 1 8 600.1400
PRESSURE GRAPH LABEL

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STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION


1501. Introduction

A. The purpose of this section is to detail the handling, storage, conditioning, and
preservation of the supplier portion of the EFS.
B. For the purposes of shipping and storage, the EFS will be split up into four packing
crates.

1502. Preparation for and Removal from Storage

A. Removal from Storage

(1) Inspect the included paperwork and remove the containers from the packing
crates.

(2) Inspect the containers IAW INSPECTION AND LIFE LIMITS.

B. Preparation for Storage

(1) Insert the packed EFS into the shipping container and include any appropriate
paperwork and notices as shown below:

(a) Commercial Invoice


(b) Document Purchase Order Number or Contact Number
(c) AW Part Numbers of Items Shipping Outside of Shipping Crates
(d) Purchase Order of what is inside the Shipping Crates.

(2) The EFS Shipping container must include the following:

(a) Crate containing reservoir assembly (Hazmat) – label outside of wood


crate with the following labels:
a. Non-flammable gas label
b. UN1046, helium, compressed label
c. Red chemical emergency phone # label
(b) Ship to address / ship from address label
(c) Shipper’s declaration for dangerous goods, 3 copies in plastic pouch
outside wood crate

(3) Secure the shipping container lid as shown in Figure 1501.

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Figure 1501: Packed EFS in Container

1503. Preparation for EFS Transportation

A. Follow the preparation steps detailed in Section 1502. Because the Reservoir
Assembly inside of the EFS Container Assembly is charged with pressurized helium,
the shipment is considered to have Hazardous Material.

1504. Preparation for Deployed EFS Transportation

A. Remove the deployed Liferaft Assembly IAW Section 303.


B. Using a Vacuum Pump remove the gas from the Liferaft Assembly through the
PRV/Topping Valves.
C. Fold the Liferaft Assembly and place it in an appropriately sized box for
transportation.
D. Prepare the EFS Container IAW Section 1502.

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