FPFPMP-A Fire Protection Fire Pumps (Motor or Engine Driven) - Annual

                                                     Man Hours 3.5
Special Instructions:

The work required by this procedure may cause the activation of an alarm and/or a
supervisory signal.  The field office manages and the control center or fire
department that will receive the alarm and/or signal must be notified prior to
start of work.  It is recommended that a yearly test shall be made at full pump
capacity and over to make sure that neither pump nor suction pipe is obstructed.
Guidance and assistance should be obtained from the Chief, Accident and Fire
Prevention Branch.

Items to Check & Initial Completion:

1.  Engine:
    a.___ Change crankcase oil.
    b.___ Flush cooling system and check hoses, replace coolant.
    c.___ Clean air and fuel filters, replace when needed.
    d.___ Tune engine.
    e.___ Increase RPM until overspeed or governor operates.
          Adjust if necessary.
    f.___ Check for proper operation of speed controller.
    g.___ Check for alignment and vibration.
    h.___ Adjust clutch.
    i.___ Perform other work prescribed by manufacturer.
2.___ Motor - Refer to PM for engine.
3.___ Clean up work area and remove all trash.

Tools & Materials:

1.  Standard Tool Kit
    Plus Pipe wrenches to 24"
         Tubing cutters
         Flaring tool
         Small acetylene outfit
         Packing tool kit and packing
         3/4" socket set
         Crescent wrenches to 14"
2.  Coolant.
3.  Engine oil.
4.  Oil, air, fuel filters.
5.  Cleaning equipment and materials.
6.  Tune-up kit.

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