The Tronair 18-4303-0000 four bottle cart is designed to transport nitrogen bottles which are used in the aviation industry. The system contains two regulators. The high pressure regulator is for regulating output pressure from 25 ï€ 4000 psi (276 bar), and the low pressure regulator is for operating servicing needs of 0 ï€ 500 psi (34.5 bar).
4 hose manifold to connect bottles with CGA-580 fittings (see accessories)
High pressure regulator 25 to 4,000 psi (1.7 to 276 bar) certified gauge with 15 ft (4.6 m) #4 output hose
Low pressure regulator 0 to 500 psi (.2 to 34.5 bar) certified gauge with 15 ft (4.6 m) #4 output hose
Temperature range 0Âº to 200Âº F (17.7Âº to 93.3Âº C)
Operating instructions located on instrument panel
Sturdy welded steel constrution
Holds four 9 inch (23 cm) diameter nitrogen bottles (bottles not included)
Movable back stop adjusts to fit bottle lengths from 48 to 64 in (122 to 163 cm) to hold bottles securely in place
Towbar with 2-3/16 in (5.6 cm) ID eyebolt
Maximum towing speed 10 mph (16 km/hr)
Hose storage compartment
Reflectors to improve night visibility
Efficient Use of System
Maximum pressure may be removed from supply bottles if aircraft are serviced from the lowest pressure bottle first. In this manner, the most Nitrogen may be removed from each bottle. Even bottles with relatively low pressures may be used to service aircraft if the aircraft has a depleted system.
Please review the current manual of the unit for any maintenance changes and procedures. This is for reference only.
Maintain 45 to 50 psi (3.1 to 3.4 bar) tire pressure.
Grease wheel bearings quarterly.
All maintenance performed on this 4-bottle cart shall be conducted in accordance with all applicable codes governing the handling, operation, installation and trouble shooting for high pressure Nitrogen operation. Maintenance is to only be done by qualified persons.
The gauges on this unit should be inspected and calibrated annually to maintain and ensure accuracy.
Manifold inlet hoses should be inspected weekly for signs of cracking or kinking, replace as necessary.
Inspect Nitrogen output hoses prior to each use for signs of cracking or kinking, replace as necessary.
Generally keep the entire unit clean and free from any contaminants. Visually inspect for any system leaks or damage.
Correction of any problems prior to unit operation is imperative for safe operation.
*This list is for general reference only and may not be entirely acurate for all aircraft. Please confirm all equipment meets the requirements of your aircraft with the owners/maintenance manuals prior to purchasing or using with your aircraft.