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TECHNICAL TRAINING MANUAL


MAINTENANCE COURSE - T1 & T2 (RR / Metric)
LEVEL I - ATA 25 Equipment/Furnishings
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Under no circumstances should this document be used as a reference
It will not be updated.
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LEVEL I - ATA 25 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS
Equipment / Furnishing System Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Cockpit Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Passenger Compartment Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Crew Rest Compartment Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Escape Facilities Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Emergency Equipments Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
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EQUIPMENT / FURNISHING SYSTEM INTRODUCTION
General
The equipment and furnishings system includes:
- The cockpit,
- The passenger compartments,
- The crew rest compartments,
- The escape facilities,
- The emergency equipments,
When you operate on the Equipment/Furnishings System, you must obey
all the safety procedure listed in the Aircraft Maintenance Manual
(AMM).
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GENERAL
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COCKPIT PRESENTATION
General
The cockpit, installed in a mezzanine location, includes cockpit panels
and workstations.
There are two workstations available: the Onboard Information Terminal
(OIT), which is mainly designed for the captain and the first officer, and
the Onboard Maintenance Terminal (OMT), generally used by the
maintenance crews.
The cockpit has two pilot seats and two observer seats. A fifth occupant
seat is available as an option.
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COCKPIT PRESENTATION
Cockpit Panels
The cockpit panels are:
- The overhead panel.
- The glare shield.
- The main instrument panel.
- The center pedestal.
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COCKPIT PANELS
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COCKPIT PRESENTATION
Workstations
The Onboard Maintenance Terminal (OMT) and Onboard Information
Terminal (OIT) workstations are used for flight and maintenance
operations without the need of onboard paper documentation for take-off,
landing, cruise performance computation, weight & balance computation,
and for the logbook entries. They also give access to operational
documentation, maintenance documentation, and navigation, approach
and airport charts.
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WORKSTATIONS
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COCKPIT PRESENTATION
Cockpit Seats
The cockpit has basically four seats, a Captain seat, a First Officer seat,
a third occupant seat and a fourth occupant seat.
A fifth occupant seat is available as an option.
The Captain and First Officer seats are symmetrical and have both
electrical and manual controls for position adjustment.
The third occupant seat is similar to the pilot seats, but it is raised on a
rotating support, the controls are mechanical and it has no side stick
armrest.
The fourth and fifth occupant seats are folding type seats and cannot be
adjusted.
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COCKPIT SEATS
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PASSENGER COMPARTMENT PRESENTATION
General
The passenger compartments accommodate the passengers, cabin crew,
and their facilities on the main and upper deck. Two staircases between
the decks are installed; one straight staircase installed at door M1 and
one curved staircase is installed at the rear of the cabin.
The cabins are divided into utility areas and seating areas. The utility
areas are located adjacent to the cabin entrances. The passenger seating
areas are located between the utility areas.
The passenger compartment has:
- linings and furnishings.
- cabin seats.
- galleys.
- lavatories.
- trolley lifts.
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PASSENGER COMPARTMENT PRESENTATION
Linings And Furnishings
The aircraft contains an interior lining including:
- Dado and decompression panels, which prevent a pressure difference
between the cabins and the cargo compartments when a rapid
decompression occurs.
- Sidewall panels.
- Ceiling panels.
- Overhead stowage compartments, which are installed above the seat
rows for stowage of passenger carry-on and miscellaneous equipment.
- Passenger Service / Information Units (PSIUs) which are installed to
give services and information to the passengers. Each PSIU has two
primary units: the Passenger Service Unit (PSU) and the Passenger
Information Unit (PIU).
- Curtains and partitions, which are installed to separate the utility areas
from the seating areas in the cabin.
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LININGS AND FURNISHINGS
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Cabin Seats
There are three classes of passenger seats in the two deck cabins; first,
business and tourist class seats can be installed either on Main deck or
Upper deck,
The cabin attendant seats are installed for the use by the cabin attendants
during takeoff and landing. The seats are foldable and are installed in the
areas of passenger/crew doors and the emergency exits. The number of
attendant seats depends on the aircraft configuration.
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CABIN SEATS
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PASSENGER COMPARTMENT PRESENTATION
Galleys
Galleys are installed in the two deck cabins, to store and prepare food
and drinks for the passengers and crew, and to store waste material.
Galley can be wet or dry.
Wet galleys are used to store and prepare food and drinks; they are
connected to potable and waste water systems, to the air extraction and
cabin ventilation system and to the power supply.
Dry galleys are not connected to any system and are used storage.
The number and the location of the galleys depend on the aircraft
configuration.
The galleys are cooled through a centralized cooling system, called the
supplemental cooling system (ATA 21-57).
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GALLEYS
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Lavatories
Lavatories are installed in the two decks. They are connected to the
vacuum waste system.
The number and the location of the lavatories depend on the aircraft
configuration.
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LAVATORIES
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Staircases
Two staircases are installed between the cabins.
The forward staircase is designed for a dual lane passenger flow and the
boarding/deplaning of the upper deck passengers can be carried out.
It is passable simultaneously by two passengers with hand luggage.
The aft staircase is designed for a single lane usage and it is passable by
one passenger or one crew member with service equipment.
Both staircases are usable for in-flight movement.
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STAIRCASES
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Trolley Lifts
Two single trolley lifts, one in the forward and one in the rear cabin, are
installed to connect the main and upper deck for on-ground catering and
in-flight service. An optional trolley lift can be installed at the forward
of the cabin.
Either the catering personnel or the cabin crew uses the trolley lift, to
exchange trolleys between the two decks on ground or in flight; a control
panel installed on each deck, operates the trolley lift.
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TROLLEY LIFTS
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CREW REST COMPARTMENT PRESENTATION
General
Crew rest compartments can be installed as an option for flight crew and
cabin crew.
Three types of crew rest compartment can be installed on the aircraft:
- Flight Crew Rest Compartment (FCRC).
- Upper deck Cabin Crew Rest Compartment (CCRC).
- Lower deck Cabin Crew Rest Compartment (CCRC).
They have bunks, coat stowage and safety equipment.
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Flight Crew Rest Compartment
The FCRC is located on the main deck forward of the door M1R aft of
the cockpit.
It is divided into two separate compartments, one on top of the other.
The entrance of the upper compartment is at the top of the cockpit stairs
from the longitudinal aisle.
The entrance of the lower compartment is at the bottom of the cockpit
stairs from the longitudinal aisle.
The forward wall of the FCRC is bulletproof.
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Upper Deck Cabin Crew Rest Compartment
The Upper CCRC is located on the upper deck aft of the door U3L.
It has thirteen bunks installed. Two entrance doors are at the right
longitudinal wall of the compartment.
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Lower Deck Cabin Crew Rest Compartment
The Lower CCRC is located on the lower deck, in the aft cargo
compartment, taking the place of two pallets.
It has twelve bunks installed.
A stair is installed in the main deck cabin for the access to the lower deck
CCRC.
An emergency escape hatch is installed in the main deck floor.
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ESCAPE FACILITIES PRESENTATION
General
The following escape facilities are installed on the aircraft:
- The cockpit sliding windows and their escape ropes,
- The avionics compartment service ladder,
- The passenger and emergency exit escape slides.
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Cockpit Escape Facilities
If an emergency occurs, there are three possibilities for the cockpit crew
to leave the aircraft:
- Evacuation through the cabin and then use the passenger door escape
slide facilities,
- Evacuation through the sliding windows by using the escape rope,
- Evacuation through the avionics compartment by using the access hatch
and the escape ladder.
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Cabin Escape Facilities
In case of emergency for a quick evacuation, slide/raft assemblies are
located at all upper and main deck cabin exits, except at the main deck
overwing exits which have an overwing slide/ramp combination, located
in the fuselage fairing.
All slide/rafts as well as the slide/ramp are double laned.
Deployment of the slide is automatic when the door is opened with the
evacuation system in the ARMED mode.
A Manual Inflation Pushbutton (MIP), installed at the right hand side of
each doorframe when looking outboard is only visible when the door is
in the fully open position. This MIP lets get a manual deployment of the
slide/raft/ramp when the automatic deployment system fails.
The MIP comes on amber when the door is opened in the armed position.
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Cabin Escape Facilities (continued)
Upper Deck Cabin Escape Facilities
All upper deck doors, U1L/R, U2L/R, U3L/R have a fuselage attached
slide/raft system, which is installed in a compartment underneath each
door.
The slide/raft compartments are outside of the pressurized area and
are only accessible from the outside.
The slide/raft is packed into a container and carries at its rear upper
end the inflation system.
The container is attached to the fuselage by a flange and has a blowout
panel, which follows the fuselage contour.
Slide/raft containers are made so that they can only be installed into
their correct location.
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Cabin Escape Facilities (continued)
Main Deck Cabin Escape Facilities
The M1L/R, M2L/R, M4L/R and M5L/R doors have a door attached
slide raft system. The door-mounted packboard contains the inflation
system.
An extension slide is necessary at doors M1L/R, in order to cover the
large range of sill heights coming from the different crash situations.
In order to prevent an incorrect installation of slides, a mechanical
coding pin system was developed to make sure that a slide raft unit
cannot be physically installed to the wrong door.
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Cabin Escape Facilities (continued)
Main Deck Overwing Cabin Escape Facilities
M3L/R overwing doors have a sill height of approximately 1.4 meters
over the wing.
A slide/ramp is installed at these doors to get an exit over the wing
and onto the ground.
The slide/ramp has not been designed to be a raft and is not used
during ditching as is would interfere with the other slides.
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EMERGENCY EQUIPMENTS PRESENTATION
General
Emergency equipment is installed to give to the crew and the passengers
all the necessary tools to safely handle all hazardous situations that could
occur in the aircraft.
Fire Extinguisher
Portable fire extinguishers are installed in the cockpit, in the avionics
compartments and in the upper and main deck passenger compartments.
Crash Axe
Crash axes are installed in the cockpit, in the upper and main deck
passenger compartments, to get access to the cabin or out of the cabin in
case of an emergency, and to access aircraft components behind panels
in case of fire fighting.
Megaphone
Megaphones are installed in the upper and main deck passenger
compartments, which can be used if the public announcement system
fails or during emergencies.
First Aid Kit
First aid kits are installed in the upper and main deck passenger
compartments.
Emergency Locator Transmitter
Emergency locator transmitters are installed in the upper and main deck
passenger compartments to make distress alert and location information
to Search And Rescue (SAR) authorities worldwide.
Flash Light
Flashlights are installed at each cabin attendant station and in the cockpit
to have portable lights that are independent from the
aircraft electrical system.
Manual Release Tool
One manual release tool is installed at each cabin attendant station to
give cabin and maintenance crew the means to open or to close the flaps
of the passenger oxygen system.
Life Vest
Passenger life vests are installed under each passenger seat or in seat
armrests.
Cockpit crew life vests are installed in the backrest stowage of the captain
and first officer seats and in the life vest stowage of the observer seats.
Cabin crew life vests are installed under each cabin attendant seat.
Children life vests, spare life vests, demo life vests are installed for the
two decks.
Life vests give to the passengers means to prevent them from drowning
and a way to be recognized (through the color) by search and rescue in
the night-light.
Portable Oxygen
Portable oxygen cylinders are installed in the cockpit and cabin to have
additional means for first aid treatment to passengers.
A related pressure gauge shall be visible with the cylinder installed.
Oxygen Mask
Portable oxygen masks are installed in the cabin to have the means to
supply additional oxygen to passengers for first aid treatment.
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Demonstration oxygen masks are installed in the passenger compartment,
evenly distributed between main and upper decks to show passengers
how to use portable oxygen masks.
Breathing Equipment
Protective Breathing Equipments (PBEs) are installed in the cockpit and
cabin to provide eyes, nose and mouth protection to user against smoke
for a duration of 15 minutes.
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AIRBUS S.A.S.
31707 BLAGNAC cedex, FRANCE
STM
REFERENCE L0Y06082
MARCH 2006
PRINTED IN FRANCE
AIRBUS S.A.S. 2006
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