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NPFC - MIL-C-15730

COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 24 May 1995
Status: active
Page Count: 70
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This specification covers lubricating oil, hydraulic oil, and fresh water coolers for Naval shipboard applications for which standards of resistance to shock and standards of construction are higher than for usual commercial marine use.

Coolers shall be of the following types and classes as specified (see 6.2). (Type II has no class 1.)

Type I - Shell and tube design, with the coolant circulated through the tubes, and the fluid to be cooled passed through the shell. Class 1 - Submarine, seawater cooled, seawater side subject to sea pressure for greater than 200-foot submergence, cyclic life stipulated. Class 2 - Submarine, seawater cooled, seawater side secured for greater than 200-foot submergence. Class 3 - Surface ship, seawater cooled. Class 4 - Submarine, fresh water cooled. Class 5 - Surface ship, fresh water cooled.

Beneficial comments (recommendations, additions, deletions) and any pertinent data which may be of use in improving this document should be addressed to: Commander, SEA 03R42, Naval Sea Systems Command, 2531 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Arlington, VA 22242-5160 by using the Standardization Document Improvement Proposal (DD Form 1426) appearing at the end of this document or by letter.

Type II - Fabricated tube design, with the coolant circulated through the casing, and the fluid to be cooled passed through the tubes. Class 2 - Submarine, seawater cooled, seawater side secured for greater than 200-foot submergence. Class 3 - Surface ship, seawater cooled. Class 4 - Submarine, fresh water cooled. Class 5 - Surface ship, fresh water cooled.

intended Use:

The coolers described in this specification are intended for use on board Navy surface ships and submarines for cooling lubricating oil, hydraulic oil, and fresh water. No one cooler is intended... View More

Document History

June 9, 2021
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD – HYDROCARBON BASE OIL AND FRESHWATER SERVICES
The coolers described in this specification are intended for use in lubrication, hydraulic, and freshwater systems aboard Navy surface ships and submarines for the cooling of hydrocarbon-based oils...
March 28, 1997
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
A description is not available for this item.
MIL-C-15730
May 24, 1995
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
This specification covers lubricating oil, hydraulic oil, and fresh water coolers for Naval shipboard applications for which standards of resistance to shock and standards of construction are higher...
March 23, 1990
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
The coolers described in this specification are intended for use on board Navy surface ships and submarines for cooling lubricating oil , hydraulic oil, and fresh water. No one cooler is intended to...
October 28, 1983
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
A description is not available for this item.
July 5, 1977
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
A description is not available for this item.
November 12, 1973
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
This specification covers lubricating oil, hydraulic oil and fresh water coolers for Naval Shipboard applications where requirements dictate resistance to shock and construction standards higher than...
December 21, 1965
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
A description is not available for this item.
December 31, 1962
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
A description is not available for this item.
March 5, 1962
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
A description is not available for this item.
June 7, 1961
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
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March 3, 1961
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
A description is not available for this item.
July 1, 1958
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
This specification covers lubricating oil, hydraulic oil and fresh water coolers for Naval shipboard application.
November 13, 1956
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
A description is not available for this item.
July 14, 1956
COOLERS, FLUID, NAVAL SHIPBOARD: LUBRICATING OIL, HYDRAULIC OIL, AND FRESH WATER
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