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(h) Can be expanded In 8-foot sections to form a shelter of any length.
(I) Refer to TM 10-8340-224-13 or TM 10-8340-240-12&P for additional tent data.
(2) LANTERN OR ELECTRICAL LIGHT
(a) Provides artificial light.
(b) Refer to FM-1 0-23 for lantern data only. See operator and unit maintenance for the electrical light.
(3) STORAGE RACK ASSEMBLIES
(a) Used to hold, store or dry items (pots, pans, etc.) until their next required use.
(b) Used as a shipping container for nested smaller items.
(c) One side removable and can be used as a shelf when rack is used as a storage rack.
(c) Three storage rack assemblies combined, form a set.
(4) SINK ASSEMBLIES
(a) Heats water to boiling point (212 F/1 00 'C)
(b) Covers available to hold heat.
(c) For sanitizing pots, pans, and utensils.
(d) Fills with up to 20-gallons (75.7 liters) of water.
(5) BURNER UNIT
(a) M2 Bums fuel at rate of 0.5 gallons (1-9 liters) per hour.
(b) Refer to TM 10-7360-204-13&P for additional M2 burner unit data.
(c) Modern Burner Unit burns fuel at rate of 0.5 gallons (1.9 liters) per hour.
(e) Refer to TM 10-7310-281-13&P for additional MBU burner unit data.
(6) DRAIN TABLE
(a) Used for either scrubbing/stacking items needing sanitation.
(b) Or used for partially drying sanitized items.
(7) WORK TABLE
Used for stacking pots and for pre-cleaning pans and utensils.
(8) ADDITIONAL FSC COMPONENTS
(a) Sink immersion racks.
(b) Thermometer and thermometer bracket for each sink.
(c) Single sink drain hose assembly.
(d) Three sink drain hose assembly.
(e) Shelf for the work table or drain table.
(f) Waste receptacles.
(g) See Appendix C for illustration