Emergency Door Opening Systems

Boeing 747 & 757 Emergency Power Reservoirs (EPR)

Part Number 40400-1

Benefits

  • Unique swivel valve design allows one part number to fit all door positions, reducing spares inventory and improving logistic support.
  • Superior installation on overhead configuration. The gauge can be repositioned with the reservoir charged.
  • MASS installation on the 747-400 allows a direct view of the gauge, while standard installation on the 747-400 requires a mirror in order to view the gauge
  • The MASS EPR allows the charged container to be removed and replaced without disturbing or adjusting cable rigging. The gauge position is infinitely variable.
  • Meets Boeing Specification 60B10003.
  • FAA-PMA approved for all Boeing 747 & Boeing 757 aircraft.

Key Specification Details

  • Part Number 40400-1
  • Complies with Boeing Specifcation 60B10003
  • Complies with DOT-E11025-3600
  • Materials Pressure vessel 21-6-9 Nitronic 40 passivated Valve body AL alloy anodized.
  • Wetted surfaces CRES passivated
  • Pressure Rating Charge N2 3000+/-50 psig @ 70ºF
  • Proof 6000 psig
  • Burst 9000 psig (Min.)
  • Safety relief 5000 +/- 400 psig
  • Volume 32 cubic inches
  • Weight (empty) 2.1 lb.
  • Torque swivel 25 ft. lb.
  • Maintenance MASS CMM # 52-10-02
  • Drawing # 40400
  • Approvals FAA-PMA # PQ1432NM
  • Supplement #5 Dated August 18, 1996
  • Replacement for HR Textron Part Number 803300-33
  • HR Textron Part Number 803300-34
  • HR Textron Part Number 803300-35
  • HR Textron Part Number 803300-36
  • HR Textron Part Number 803300-37
  • HR Textron Part Number 803300-38