Pioneer Tool Kits and Valves, Container 4 of 5.
Gap Crossing and Sandbags, Container 5 of 5.
Pumps and Tools, Container 1 of 3.
Safety Supplies and Forms, Container 2 of 3.
Cleaning Compounds and Paint, Container 3 of 3.
100-Foot Pipeline Suspension Bridge.
200-Foot Pipeline Suspension Bridge.
400-Foot Pipeline Suspension Bridge.
Base, Towers, and Anchors, Container 1 of 2.
Cable and Supplies, Container 2 of 2.
Pump Stations. Each pump station has two skid-mounted, diesel engine driven (three stage centrifugal)
mainline pumps, with an operational output of 800 GPM (Figure 2-2) at 1,800 feet of head, at 2,100 rpm.
Only one is operated at a time. Launcher and receiver assemblies (Figure 2-3), a dual in-line strainer
assembly (Figure 2-4) located on the incoming side of the station, and a floodlight set are also components
of pump stations. Except for the mainline pumps, all pump station equipment will be stored in four 20-foot
ISO containers. More detailed descriptions and illustrations of pump station equipment can be found in FM
10-67-1 (Concepts and Equipment of Petroleum Operations), Chapter 7.
Pipeline Pump Station:
Launcher and Receiver Assembly, Container 1 of 6.
Valves and Fittings, Container 2 of 6.
Floodlight Set and Spare Parts, Container 3 of 6.
Strainer and Auxiliary Fuel Assembly, Container 4 of 6.
800-GPM Mainline Pump, Container 5 of 6.
800-GPM Mainline Pump, Container 6 of 6.
Figure 2-2. 800-GPM mainline pump.