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NPFC - MIL-DTL-24299

HEATERS, LUBRICATING OIL AND FUEL, ELECTRIC NAVAL SHIPBOARD

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 17 October 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 19
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This specification covers naval shipboard heaters that are stationary, self-contained, and electrically operated, which are controlled and monitored by an external supervisory network or a human watchstander. The heaters are used to heat lubricating oil or fuel for purification or warm-up.

intended Use:

Type A and B heaters are intended for use on naval vessels, meeting shock and other specified requirements in excess of usual commercial design, in the following applications:

a. Type A... View More

Document History

MIL-DTL-24299
October 17, 2017
HEATERS, LUBRICATING OIL AND FUEL, ELECTRIC NAVAL SHIPBOARD
Type A and B heaters are intended for use on naval vessels, meeting shock and other specified requirements in excess of usual commercial design, in the following applications: a. Type A heaters....
August 5, 1994
HEATERS, LUBRICATING OIL AND FUEL, ELECTRIC NAVAL SHIPBOARD
Types A and B heaters are intended for the following applications: (a) Type A heaters. Type A heaters are intended for installation in machinery lubricating oil sump tanks to maintain the proper...
July 12, 1967
HEATERS, LUBRICATING OIL AND FUEL, ELECTRIC NAVAL SHIPBOARD
Type A heaters are intended for installation in machinery lubricating oil sump tanks to maintain the proper temperature and viscosity of the oil where little circulation or heat is provided (for...

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