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NPFC - MIL-H-24299

HEATERS, LUBRICATING OIL AND FUEL, ELECTRIC NAVAL SHIPBOARD

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 12 July 1967
Status: inactive
Page Count: 10
scope:

This specification covers heaters which are stationary, self-contained, and electrically operated, and are used for heating lubricating oil for purification or warm-up.

intended Use:

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... View More

Document History

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...
MIL-H-24299
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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