Manitoba Air Brake Test 02

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Manitoba Air Brake Test 02

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Do vehicles using air dryers still have the air tanks drained regularly?

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What is the normal air brake system pressure range?

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The air that is drawn in by the air compressor contains what?

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What is another name for the supply tank?

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Is it unsafe to drive a vehicle when the air pressure is outside the normal operating range?

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What are safety valves?

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The brakes that are used for normal stopping are referred to as...

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The actual air brake system pressure range must never be higher than what?

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Cut-out pressure is normally how much above the cut-in pressure?

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To prevent the compressor from producing too much compressed air and to reduce the load on the engine, what is used in the air brake system to help?

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Which statement is false? To avoid being in the direct path of air exhaust from the air brake system, you should be familiar with all the places where the compressed air exhausts, including...

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When air flows out of the supply tank, what stops it from returning to that tank?

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Where is an air dryer located?

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What do some vehicles use to reduce the amount of moisture that passes into the air brake system?

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What is added to the air brake system to help prevent moisture in the system from freezing?

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What is another name for the primary and secondary tank?

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Which are not some of the problems that can occur from the wet tank?

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Some older vehicles are equipped with a low-air warning device near the top of the windshield that drops into the driver's view when air pressure drops. What is this?

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When air pressure is high enough in the system, what does the governor do?

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Why should the supply tank always be drained first?

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Where are the air tanks usually located?

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Moisture and oil must be drained from the tanks how often?

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What are the primary and secondary tanks referred to as?

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Safety valves normally open at what psi?

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What can the collected moisture and oil mixture from the supply tank form?

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When does the low air-pressure warning device activate?

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Air compressors are generally powered directly by what?

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When air pressure in either the primary or secondary tank falls below the minimum amount required to bring the vehicle to a safe stop, what warns the driver?

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How is the moisture drained from the tanks?

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The normal pressure range of an air brake system is determined by the points where the air compressor is turned off. What is this referred to as?

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