Section I. Accountability and Inventory. PETROLEUM ACCOUNTING RECORDS AND REPORTS. Soldiers storing or transferring class III products must. provide extensive information about FM ( ). SUPERCESSION STATEMENT. This publication supersedes ATP dated 21 July , FM dated 2 April. and FM
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Looking for beautiful books? The opening inventory is 10-6-71 total amount of bulk petroleum on hand at the beginning of the month. They are used to measure petroleum in fixed storage tanks. This applies to all facilities, whether permanent, semipermanent, or temporary.
Using the tank car gage stick to determine dome innage and shell outage. It is used to gage tanks and to measure product temperature.
FM Concepts And Equipment Of Petroleum Operations – TABLE OF CONTENTS
Hydrometer, 10-6-1 scale, API 39 to 51 range mm long, 14mm diameter, with thermometer. Each leg of a multileg mooring facility is made up of a marker buoy, sinker, anchor, and chain.
The major parts of the kit are listed below.
All areas should be attractive and free of fire hazards. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. When taking opening and closing gages, use the same gaging equipment and hatches for both gages. There should be no paste left on the portion of the bob that was in the water or the paste should be discolored.
Use innage and outage tape bobs to measure petroleum tanks. This is necessary to find the actual product amount present in the tank. Definitions of the following terms are found in the glossary. Review the last innage gage sheet posted to determine expected product level before gaging a tank. DA Form Outage gage sheet Using outage tape and bob.
Also, ships and tankers should be grounded and bonded with a flexible copper cable during fuel transfers. This destroys the grade inside the firewalls so that runoff water flows to the tank instead of from it. Be careful not to put so much paste on the bob that it will cause a false reading. DA Form Petroleum Sample. The marker buoys for submarine pipelines and the chains used to lift the lines off the ocean floor should be serviced the same as for the markers and chains of the mooring facilities.
During testing, look for leaks, bulges, and distortions in the hose.
Samples of liquid packaged petroleum lubricants in containers of less than 5 gallons should be sent to the laboratory in the original containers. 10-76-1 requirements of the mooring facilities include the following.
Each petroleum sample shipped to a petroleum laboratory for analysis must have a completed sample tag securely attached.
Calculate the monthly loss by subtracting the closing inventory from the closing book balance. Do not 10-671 over PSI unless it can be determined that the 1067-1 were designed by the manufacturer to take more. This equipment is usually located at the end of piers.
Concepts and Equipment of Petroleum Operations (FM 10-67-1)
Gage tankers and rail tank cars with specific measuring devices as described in the paragraph above. Determine the 10-6-71 allowable loss by adding the opening inventory to the 10–67-1. Line handling devices are subject to corrosion. Furthermore, there are strict environmental regulations, permits and SPCC Plans which require that certain maintenance be done on a strict time schedule. Part Three describes Army aircraft refueling operations. Record the water cut as a water innage or outage.
To get an outage gage or ullage using an outage tape and bob, refer to Figurepageand follow the steps below.
Procedures for their use follows. Make sure the tape is not lowered so far into the tank that the bob will tilt and cause an incorrect reading. Samples are important because they are used to determine the quality of petroleum products.