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10.3.17. Differential Pressure Transmitter (DPT) and Pressure Indicating Transmitter (PIT).
Calibrate mechanically and electrically with test equipment and adjust if applicable. Calibrate in
accordance with manufacturer's specifications.
10.3.18. Cathodic Protection Systems. Cathodic protection is maintained by the base cathodic
protection technician or by service contract. The LFM shop foreman will ensure the cathodic
protection systems on the POL system are maintained by the base cathodic protection technician in
accordance with UFC 3-570-06, Operation and Maintenance: Cathodic Protection Systems, and AFI
32-1054. Close interval (soil-to-structure potential) piping surveys should be conducted initially
within 30 days of installation and every five years thereafter.
10.3.19. Tank Entry, Confined Space Entry, and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Inspect for serviceability, cleanliness, and deterioration. See Chapter 11 for detailed instructions.
Service equipment in accordance with manufacturer's specifications.
10.3.20. Electrical Equipment. Verify proper operation of all electrical equipment associated with
the operation of the installation's POL infrastructure. Identify necessary repairs to the zone or
electrical section with responsibility for the area. Typical inspection items include, but are not
Starters and Contactors
10.3.21. Hydrant Adapters. Check for leaks and damage.
10.3.22. Automatic Tank Gauges (ATG). Calibrate with test equipment and adjust as required.
Ensure the gauge is free of moisture and debris. Many ATGs are maintained by contract under the
Petrol Ram Contract. Contact the AFPET office for more information (see paragraph 188.8.131.52).
10.3.23. Strainer. Inspecting and cleaning system strainers is the responsibility of FMF personnel.
The LFM shop will supply guidance and/or replacement parts as required.