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Section II. SETTING-UP PROCEDURES
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TM-5-6640-214-14 Petroleum Base Laboratory Assembly NSN
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Figure 2-4. Proposed Layout for Petroleum Base Laboratory in Baker Building
TM 5-6640-214-14
Legend for figure 2-3:
1.
Constant temperature water
12.
Glass storage cabinet
bath and electric oven
13.
Glass storage cabinet
cabinet
14.
Glass storage cabinet
2.  Saybolt viscosimeter cabi-
15.
Chemical storage cabinet
net
16.
Balance cabinet or table
3.  Double distillation
17.
Sink cabinet
apparatus cabinet
18.
Oxidation stability
4.  Single distillation
apparatus cabinet
apparatus cabinet
19.
Fume hoods
5.  Muffle furnace and
20.
Kinematic viscosimeter
penetrometer cabinet
cabinet
6.  Gum stability apparatus
21.
Refrigerator cabinet
cabinet; base for fume
22.
Cloud- and pour- point
hood (19)
apparatus cabinet
7.  Water still cabinet
23.
8.  Tetraethyl lead apparatus
24.
Glass storage cabinet
and sulfur determination
25.
Centrifuge cabinet
(lamp) apparatus cabinet
26.
Glass storage cabinet
9.  Glass storage cabinet
27.
Vapor pressure bath
10. Glass storage cabinet
28.
Fuel test engine
11. Glass storage cabinet;
29.
Oxygen cylinders
base for fume hood (19)
30.
Shower head
b. Baker-Building Layout. The proposed layout for the petroleum base laboratory within a Baker building (fig. 2-4)
provides for the laboratory proper, an office, a supply room, a storage room, and an octane room, plus a washroom for
laboratory personnel and a boiler room for the heating equipment. In figure 2-4, item numbers 1 through 26 are identical
with unit numbers 1 through 26 in paragraph 1-7. The cabinets and allied equipment are assembled along the four walls
and in the center of the laboratory proper.
2-5. CONNECTING SERVICE LINES.
The pipe rack at the rear of each cabinet is equipped with five service lines:  an electric conduit, a gas pipe, a
compressed air pipe, a water pipe, and a drainpipe. Each line is provided an outlet to which testing apparatus and
laboratory equipment can be connected. The service lines are colored as follows: gas, blue; water, green; air, orange;
and drain, black. A flexible metal braided hose is also fastened to each rack. The hose can be removed and used for
connecting the service lines around corners, over doorways, and wherever cabinets are not adjacent to one another (fig.
Change 1 2-5

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