Inert Material. Any solid, liquid, or gaseous substance not
combustible or fire-producing when exposed to the atmosphere
under ordinary climatic conditions; it includes common metals,
such as concrete, mineral aggregates, and masonry.
Installation Pipelines. Pipelines which connect POL
facilities within an installation such as a barge pier to a
bulk facility and a bulk facility to an operating (ready-
issue) tank. These pipelines do not cross property lines and,
therefore, do not leave the government facility and control.
Interterminal Pipelines. Pipelines which connect two
government installations such as a Defense Fuel Supply Center
depot to a military installation. These pipelines cross
property lines and cross public and/or private properties,
streets, highways, railroads, and utility rights-of-way.
JP Fuel. Military designation applied to aviation turbine
fuels (e.g., JP-4, JP-5, and JP-8).
Kerosene. A general term covering the class of refined
petroleum which boils between 370 degrees F and 515 degrees F
(188 degrees C and 268 degrees C). Mostly used in oil lamps
and cooking stoves.
Kerosene Type Aviation Turbine Fuel. JP fuel derived from
kerosene without the addition of naphtha; characterized by a
flash point of 100 degrees F (38 degrees C) or more.
its specific gravity at the temperature at which the viscosity
sludge, or other surroundings, particularly in petroleum
storage tanks,-caused by tetraethyl lead or its residues.
Line Blind. A solid flat plate used to obtain absolute shut-
off of flow. Also, referred to as spectacle plates or
flanges, blinding plate, figure eights and paddle blinds.
Equivalent to 0.001 m3.