5,000-BBL Tank and Accessories, Container 2 of 24.
600-GPM Pump and 6-inch Hose, Container 3 of 24.
5,000-BBL Tank and Accessories, Container 4 of 24.
5,000-BBL Tank and Accessories, Container 5 of 24.
600-GPM Pump and 6-inch Hose, Container 6 of 24.
5,000-BBL Tank and Accessories, Container 7 of 24.
5,000-BBL Tank and Accessories, Container 8 of 24.
600-GPM Pump and 6-inch Hose, Container 9 of 24.
Tanker-truck receipt manifold. Consists of a hoseline pump and associated equipment to provide four
defueling stations. It is used to receive fuel from fuel tanker-trucks (two containers).
Hoses, Valves, and Fittings, Container 16 of 24.
600-GPM Pump, Container 17 of 24.
Fuel dispensing assembly. Dispenses fuel directly to user's bulk fuel transporters and to 500-gallon
collapsible drums. There are six stations for trucks and two for drums (one container). Container 19 of
Transfer hoseline assembly. Is used to connect the tank farm assemblies, switching manifold, fuel
dispensing assembly, and tanker-truck receipt manifold into an operational TPT. There are four transfer
hoseline assemblies in a TPT, one in each fuel unit and one in the pipeline connection assembly. Each
assembly has fifteen 500-foot by 6-inch hoselines packed in three Tricons (5 hoses per Tricon) to tie the
major components into a total system (one ISO container equivalency). Container 18 of 24.
Fire suppression assembly. The main component is the wheel mounted fire extinguisher. Skid mounted
on a two wheeled trailer, the system is designed to apply the dry chemical (Purple K) until fire is under
control and then apply the aqueous film forming foam (AFFF) creating a blanketing effect. The chemical
should continue to be applied with the AFFF until the solution is exhausted or until there are no existing
smoldering pockets remaining that could cause reignition (one container for each of the six assemblies).
Containers 10 through 15 of 24.
50,000-gallon tank option. Consists of two 50,000-gallon collapsible fabric tanks, one transfer pump (350
GPM) and one 350-GPM filter separator. This option gives the commander an additional 100,000 gallons
of storage space to use as the situation dictates (total option is stored in one container). Container 20 of
The fuel unit support assembly consists of the fuel unit's interim support item list (ISIL), two floodlight sets,
one displacement and evacuation kit, one hoseline suspension kit, two hoseline installation and repair kits,
and a spare hoseline pump (600 GPM) (four containers to store the assembly).
600-GPM Pump, Container 21 of 24.
Floodlight Sets, Container 22 of 24.
Hoses and Fittings, Container 23 of 24.
Spare Parts and Supplies, 24 of 24.
The floodlight set is trailer-mounted and designed to hold all components. The engine/generator set
includes a 6.0 kW, two-cylinder, four-cycle, air-cooled diesel engine and a four-pole brushless, revolving field
generator with external voltage regulation. It has an 18-gallon fuel tank with a wide mouth fill cup. Starting
power is supplied by a 12-volt, 4D size battery. The telescoping tower assembly, when extended, is stable in
gusty winds up to 40 mph. The portable tripod masts are stable in winds up to 15 mph.
The displacement and evacuation kit is used to remove fuel and evacuate the small residual quantity of
fuel, vapor, and any air within the hose. The kit consists of a displacement ball, an injector for displacing fluid
with the ball, a ball receiver, end caps to seal off the hoseline, and an air ejector, used to evacuate residual
fuel and vapor from the hoseline.
The suspension bridge is prefabricated and packed in kits in 100-, 200-, and 400-foot sizes. They are
provided for crossing rivers, chasms, or ravines identified in potential areas of operation. The major
components are: towers, guy wires, deadpan anchors, main cable suspenders and cross bearers, staging
boards, tension cables, wind guys, and hand rope.