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USING STRAIGHTFORWARD LANGUAGE AND ILLUSTRATIONS, this guide provides a complete explanation of 33 common procedures used by fuel handlers to assess and protect aviation fuel quality. This edition provides a new section devoted to fuel additives. GET THE LATEST INFORMATION AVAILABLE, CONTRIBUTED BY EXPERTS from oil companies, airlines, pipeline companies, third party refueling companies, filter companies, fueling vehicle builders, consultants, aviation products distributors, and other aviation associated organizations. ALL FIELD PROCEDURES OR TEST METHODS LISTED are simplified versions of corresponding ASTM standard methods or practices. These procedures are the result of practical dealings with numerous airport systems. Topics include: Ã‚Â• New! Completely Revised Visual Appearance Test Ã‚Â• New! Latest Information on Fuel Additives, including proper handling and use, anti-icing additives, and biocides Ã‚Â• Completely Revised! Fuel Appearance Test for Airlines Ã‚Â• General Fuel Handling Ã‚Â• Particulate Detection Ã‚Â• Water Detection Ã‚Â• Filtration Equipment Ã‚Â• Microbial Contamination Detection Ã‚Â• IRSÃ‚Â—Offline Diesel Red Dye Additive Ã‚Â• Latest Information on Additives This is a necessary resource for fixed base operators, oil company personnel who handle and distribute jet fuel from refineries at source into aircraft at airports, airport service companies, aviation products representative, purchaser, quality control personnel, and fuel system designers.
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James C. "Jim" Hammond (born June 18, 1950 in Missoula, Montana) has been a resident and mayor of Post Falls, Idaho.
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