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The technical information presented herein has been determined to be correct at time of publication. However, should a direct conflict exist between this and other official publications, e.g., Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL), Airplane Flight Manuals (AFM), Maintenance Manuals, those publications take precedence.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING 21-1
1. Cabin Altitude Indicator (Overhead Panel) 21-1
2. Cabin Differential Pressure Indicator 21-3
3. Cabin Rate of Climb Indicator 21-4
4. Automatic Pressurisation Control Systems 21-5
5. Manual Pressurisation Control System 21-6
6. Semi-Auto Pressurisation Control System 21-6
7. Cabin Altitude Pressure Warning System 21-7
8. Pressurisation Outflow Valve Position Indicator 21-7
9. Cockpit Zone Temperature Control System & Cabin Zone Temperature Control Systems 21-8
10. Cockpit/Cabin Zone Temperature Indicators (Overhead Panel) 21-9
11. Duct Temperature Indicators (Overhead Panel) 21-9
12. Environmental Control System (ECS) Packs 21-10
4. Start Valve Position Indicator Lights 80-3
Gulfstream has developed this manual to assist operators in development of their Maintenance, Operational, and Placarding Procedures (MOP) for the Gulfstream V aircraft. This manual is intended for use in conjunction with the Gulfstream V EASA Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL), Original Revision, dated January 28, 2011. Operators must apply to their local regulatory office for approval of a specific MEL for their aircraft.
This manual’s revision number will reflect the last issued EASA approved MMEL revision number. Updates to this manual prior to the next EASA approved MMEL revision will be identified by a number and/or letter following the assigned EASA revision number, e.g., first update will be reflected as Revision 0a.
The Aircraft Discrepancy Log Sheet where all inoperative items will be noted is referred to as ADLS throughout this document. Those items marked with three asterisks (***) are optional items. Those items which are not production installed items will require the operator to develop specific maintenance, operational and placarding procedures for their installation.
Users should review and become familiar with the manual.
1. Formatted manual in a table format similar to MMEL.
2. Electronically formatted in Microsoft Word for Windows
3. Corrected technical errors throughout the manual.
4. Corrected typographical errors throughout the manual.
Note: If errors are noted in this manual, submit a fax providing details and suggested corrections for the error to Gulfstream Technical Publications at (912) 965-3520.
Note: If assistance is needed regarding the MMEL, MEL or MOP implementation or usage, contact the local regulatory office.
NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE Any time an item in the MMEL calls for an (M) procedure to be accomplished prior to dispatch with the listed item inoperative, the definitions at the beginning of the MMEL states that these procedures are normally accomplished by maintenance personnel. However, other personnel may be qualified and authorised to perform certain functions. The ultimate responsibility for the accomplishment of all maintenance procedures, regardless of who performs them, is the responsibility of the operator. In short, a properly trained flight crew member may perform an (M) procedure such as but not limited to pulling and collaring circuit breakers, changing light bulbs, changing or moving Display Units, making adjustments to seats, verifying proper operation of systems or components, swapping connectors from an inoperative unit to an operative unit, and/or closing/locking of doors if that crew member has been trained to do so. It is recommended that training records be kept at the home base of operations for personnel that have been trained to perform (M) procedures. The applicable paragraph from the MMEL is below.
11. “(M)”: The use of this symbol in Column 5 indicates that an appropriate maintenance procedure must be established, published and utilized prior to the first flight undertaken following discovery of the defect and, if necessary, repeated at specified intervals during operation under the terms of the (M)MEL to maintain the required level of safety.
Normally, these procedures are accomplished by maintenance personnel. However, other personnel may be qualified and authorised to perform certain functions.
Note: When an item is annotated (O)/(M), the “/” is defined as “and/or”, which shows that there may be different options available in respect of the MEL procedures.