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TECHNICAL TRAINING MANUAL


MAINTENANCE COURSE - T1 & T2 (RR / Metric)
LEVEL III - ATA 38 Water/Waste
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Theory System
Potable Water System Description (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Toilet System Description (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Waste Water Drain System Description (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Water/Waste System Maintenance (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Water/Waste System Component Location (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
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POTABLE WATER SYSTEM DESCRIPTION (3)


General Architecture
The potable water tanks are installed in the FWD area of the AFT cargo
compartment, above the body landing gear boxes (three on the LH side
and three on the RH side). As option, two additional tanks can be installed
(one on each side). Each tank has a capacity of 283 liters (75 US gallons)
for a basic total volume of 1700 liters (449 US gallons).
The potable water is distributed to the galley and lavatory faucets and to
the toilets and Galley Waste Disposal Units (GWDUs) for flushing.
Two compressors fulfill the tanks pressurization. For maintenance, it is
possible to pressurize the tanks by using a ground pressure connection.
Before distribution, a treatment module filters, heats and purifies the
potable water.
The filling of the water tanks is done from the potable water service panel
installed in the AFT lower fuselage. The draining of the complete system
is done from the potable water service panel and from the FWD drain
panel installed in the FWD lower fuselage.
A depress valve, installed near the service panel, is used for system
depressurization on ground.
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Potable Water Storage
The potable water tanks numbering is organized as follows:
- tanks number 1, 3, 5 (and 7 as option) on the LH side,
- tanks number 2, 4, 6 (and 8 as option) on the RH side.
Each tank has a recirculation port, an overflow port and a fill/drain port.
The middle tanks number 3 and 4 have an ultrasonic level sensor installed
in the bottom.
Note that the level sensors transmit the water level data to the Potable
Water Indication Panel (PWIP) for calculation. The average value of the
water quantity in the tanks is shown on the FAPs and on the PWIP.
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Air Supply System
The air supply system supplies pressurized air to the potable water system
by means of two compressors installed on the LH side near the potable
water tanks.
The normal operating pressure of the system is between 35 psi and 41
psi.
An electric motor operates each compressor. An air compressor motor
controller, installed near the compressors, controls each motor.
The air is picked-up in the cargo compartment through an inlet filter
mounted on each compressor, and sent under pressure to an air manifold
assembly installed above the compressors.
The air manifold assembly has:
- two pressure switches (one low pressure and one high pressure) for a
feedback to the controllers,
- an over pressure relief valve, which opens when the pressure reaches
130 psi,
- a ground pressure connection,
- filters, to make sure that unwanted material do not go into the potable
water system,
- air check valves, to prevent a backflow of air.
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AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM

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Potable Water Treatment Module
The potable water treatment module, installed on the RH side near the
potable water tanks, has:
- a circulation pump, installed just near the treatment module on the inlet
pipe. The pump, driven by an electric motor, helps the water circulation
inside the module,
- an inhibition of scaling module, which has a magnetic tube removing
scale deposits and particles. There is no maintenance servicing on it,
- a water heater, which warms-up the water entering in the loop.
The heating and disinfection control unit manages all the electrical
components of the potable water treatment module. It switches ON/OFF
the circulation pump as well as the water heater, in order to keep a
temperature range of 6-15C.
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POTABLE WATER TREATMENT MODULE

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Lavatory Water Supply Assembly
The lavatory water supply assembly has:
- a manual shut-off valve, installed below the sink. It isolates the water
going to the faucet and also to the toilet unit for flushing,
- a water heater, which warms-up the water up to 50C,
- a mixing unit, which mixes the hot and cold water to satisfy the water
supply temperature demand.
The lavatory water supply assembly control device receives the
temperature demand from the infrared controlled faucet and manages the
mixing process accordingly.
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LAVATORY WATER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY

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Control System Architecture
The PWIP, the heating and disinfection control unit, the air compressor
motor controllers and the lavatory water supply assembly control devices
monitor and control the performance of their related system components.
Note that the PWIP manages the potable water quantity (level sensors
signal), the pre-selection and the valves operations (fill/drain, FWD drain
and depress valves).
The PWIP and the FAPs are the main controllers and indicators of the
potable water system.
The Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) directors, through
the vacuum system control function, manage the data exchange between
the potable water system components and some A/C systems like:
- the FAPs,
- the Onboard Maintenance System (OMS) for failure report and tests,
- the Landing Gear Extraction Retraction System (LGERS).
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Water/Waste FAP Page
The Water/Waste FAP page has the following functions:
- indication of potable water quantity in the tanks,
- indication of A/C configuration (location of lavatories and galleys),
- indication of system status,
- indication of failure messages,
- system depressurization on ground ("Water Depr." button),
- system depressurization in flight ("Shut Down" button),
- isolation of water distribution areas ("Shut Off LH" and "Shut Off RH"
buttons),
- water pre-selection ("Pre-Select" button).
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TOILET SYSTEM DESCRIPTION (3)


General Architecture
The toilet system is divided into four independent subsystems, which
are:
- the LH main deck,
- the RH main deck,
- the LH upper deck and,
- the RH upper deck.
Each subsystem has:
- toilet assemblies,
- Galley Waste Disposal Units (GWDUs),
- a waste tank,
- a waste separator with filter,
- a high level sensor,
- two absolute pressure sensors,
- an overboard check valve,
- a vacuum generator,
- a waste drain valve connected to an individual control handle on the
waste service panel.
The waste tanks are installed in the under floor area behind the bulk cargo
compartment. The tanks for the main deck toilets and GWDUs have a
capacity of 675 liters each (178 US gallons). The tanks for the upper deck
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toilets and GWDUs have a capacity of 373 liters each (98 US gallons).
The toilet system uses potable water to flush the toilets and the GWDUs.
The waste materials are transported into the waste tanks through flush
valves by cabin differential pressure.
When this differential pressure is insufficient, at altitudes below 16000
ft., the vacuum generators generate the necessary vacuum in the waste
tanks to fulfill the waste flow.
During servicing, the waste tanks are drained then rinsed from the waste
service panel installed in the AFT lower fuselage.

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Toilet Assembly and GWDU
The toilet assembly and the GWDU have:
- a flush switch, which initiates the actuation of a flush sequence,
- a rinse valve, which opens to spray potable water into the bowl for
rinsing,
- a flush valve, which opens to evacuate the waste materials to the waste
tanks,
- a Multi Purpose Interface (MPI) installed on the toilet or the GWDU
frame, which controls and sequences the rinse and flush functions.
Using the data from the weight sensing device, the toilet assembly MPI
can discriminate between a "seated" and a "standing" user and vary the
rinse water quantity accordingly. The MPI starts a short flush cycle for
a "standing" user and a long flush cycle for a "seated" user.
The GWDU has two flushing modes:
- mode 1: wet flush, used for waste materials discard. The GWDU MPI
carries out a flush sequence with rinsing by using potable water.
- mode 2: dry flush, used for liquids discard only. The GWDU MPI carries
out a flush sequence without rinsing, in order to reduce the consumption
of potable water when not required. Pressing twice in a second the flush
switch activates this special mode.
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Note that the MCI also receives a discrete landing gear status signal in
Waste Tank Assembly and Associated Equipment case of CIDS lost.
The MCI is connected to the service panel limit switch. Thus, when the
The waste tank assembly has:
waste service panel door is opened and the A/C is on ground, the operation
- a waste tank,
of the toilet system is inhibited.
- a waste inlet with a flow diverter, which directs the waste materials to
Finally, the MCI is connected to the related high level sensor. Thus, when
the bottom of the tank,
a "full tank" signal is detected, the related subsystem is inhibited in order
- a waste separator with a filter, which separates the waste materials from
to prevent an overflow of the waste materials storage.
the air to make sure that only clean air will flow overboard,
- an ambient absolute pressure sensor installed on the air outlet of the
waste separator, which measures the air pressure above the waste surface
in the waste tank,
- a hydrostatic absolute pressure sensor installed at the bottom of the
waste tank, which measures the hydrostatic pressure. It calculates the
waste level in the tank with the received ambient and hydrostatic data,
- a high level sensor installed in the upper section of the waste tank, which
provides the "full tank" signal in order to stop the related subsystem,
- three rinse nozzles installed on the top of the tank to rinse the tank and
introduce disinfection fluids.
A differential pressure is necessary to move the waste materials from the
toilets assemblies and the GWDUs to the waste tank. To obtain the
necessary vacuum in the tank when the altitude is below 16000 ft., a
vacuum generator operates, creating a differential pressure between 4 psi
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(0,28 bar) and 9 psi (0,62 bar) below the cabin pressure.
A Motor Controller Interface (MCI) installed adjacent to the vacuum
generator controls the operation of the vacuum generator.
When a flush sequence is initiated at a toilet assembly or a GWDU, the
MCI receives a signal from the related MPI.
Before the MCI supplies electrical power to the related vacuum generator,
it controls the flight phase data (ground signal, altitude) received from
the Landing Gear Extraction Retraction System (LGERS) and the Air
Data/Inertial Reference Units (ADIRUs) through the Cabin
Intercommunication Data System (CIDS).

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Flush Sequence
The activation of the flush switch on a toilet assembly or on a GWDU
initiates the actuation of a flush sequence.
The related MPI starts a timed sequence that includes the analysis of the
flush requirements (control of the flight phase data, "standing" or "seated
user", dry or wet flush...) before the flush cycle starts.
For a toilet assembly:
- 2.1 seconds after the beginning of the flush cycle, the rinse valve opens
during 0.9 second for a long flush ("seated" user), and during 0.3 second
for a short flush ("standing" user).
- 2.5 seconds after the beginning of the flush cycle, the flush valve opens
during 4 seconds.
The duration of the complete flush cycle is 9 seconds.
For a GWDU:
- 8 seconds maximum (according to the required vacuum pressure) after
the beginning of the flush cycle, the rinse valve opens during 0.95 second
for a normal wet flush. For a dry flush the rinse valve is not activated.
- 1 second after the actuation of the rinse valve, the flush valve opens
during 4 seconds.
- 9 seconds after the actuation of the flush valve, the flush cycle is
complete.
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Control System Architecture
The following components have a microprocessor and are interconnected
via CAN bus:
- toilet assembly MPIs,
- GWDU MPIs
- vacuum generator MCIs,
- hydrostatic and ambient absolute pressure sensors,
- high level sensors.
The CIDS directors, through the vacuum system control function, manage
the data exchange between the toilet system components and some A/C
systems like the FAPs, the Onboard Maintenance System (OMS), the
LGERS and the ADIRUs.
The FAPs are the main controllers and indicators of the toilet system.
The interface with the OMS is used for failure report and test of the toilet
system.
The LGERS and ADIRUs give flight phase data (ground signal and
altitude) for the control of the vacuum system.
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Water/Waste FAP Page
The Water/Waste FAP page has the following functions:
- indication of waste quantity in the tanks,
- indication of A/C configuration (location of lavatories and galleys),
- indication of system status,
- indication of failure messages,
- auto flush ("Auto Flush" button),
- rinse valve warning reset ("Reset Warn." button).
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WASTE WATER DRAIN SYSTEM DESCRIPTION (3)


General Architecture
The waste water drain-system discards overboard the waste water from
the galley sinks and the lavatory washbasins.
The waste water flows through the drain valves to the FWD and the AFT
heated drain masts installed on the lower fuselage.
The waste water is achieved by gravity on ground and by differential
pressure in flight.
The diaphragm type drain valves are usually closed. They open only if
a sufficient amount of waste water is collected. This prevents a continuous
leakage of the cabin air through the drain lines.
To prevent icing, the drain masts are electrically heated.
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Potable Water System Tests
Potable Water System (PWS) tests are done to check several functions
of the system.
OMS Interactive Tests Overview
The PWS has the following interactive tests:
- system test,
- valve test.
These tests are launched from the OMS HMI (using the OMT, OIT
or PMAT).
System Test
The system test does a check of all monitored components of the PWS:
- the Potable Water Indication Panel (PWIP),
- the level sensors,
- the air compressor motor controllers,
- the heating and disinfection control unit,
- the fill/drain valve,
- the FWD drain valve,
- the depress valve,
- the optional valves.
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Valve Test
The valve test does a check of all installed valves of the PWS:
- the fill/drain valve,
- the FWD drain valve,
- the depress valve,
- the optional valves.

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Vacuum Toilet System Tests
Vacuum Toilet System (VTS) tests are done to check several functions
of the system.
OMS Interactive Tests Overview
The VTS has the following interactive tests:
- system test,
- subsystem test MD/LH,
- subsystem test MD/RH,
- subsystem test UD/LH,
- subsystem test UD/RH.
These tests are launched from the OMS HMI (using the OMT, OIT
or PMAT).
System Test
The system test does a check of all monitored components of the VTS:
- the vacuum generator Motor Controller Interfaces (MCIs) of all four
subsystems,
- the liquid level sensors of all four subsystems,
- the absolute pressure sensors of all four subsystems,
- the Multi Purpose Interfaces (MPIs) of all toilet assemblies and
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Galley Waste Disposal Units (GWDUs) (refer to cabin layout).


Subsystem Test
The test of each vacuum toilet subsystem does a check of its related
monitored components:
- the vacuum generator MCI,
- the liquid level sensor,
- the two absolute pressure sensors,
- the MPIs of the related toilet assemblies and GWDUs.

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WATER/WASTE SYSTEM COMPONENT LOCATION (3)


FWD Fuselage

Rear Cargo Compartment


Potable Water
Waste Equipments
Cabin
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