Section VI. REPAIR PARTS LIST
6-1. How To Order Repair Parts
a. Repair parts listed in this section may be ordered directly from manufacturer identified, or through
Chausse Manufacturing Co., Inc. The manufactured parts, not made by "Chausse" are identified by the actual
component manufacturer's part number, with the identity of the manufacturer given in the description column in
coded form. The code is taken from the Federal Supply Code for Manufacturers, handbook H4-1. Codes used
are identified as follows:
Chausse Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Detroit, Mich. 48204
Fairfield, N.J. 07006
Dayton Electric Mfg. Co.
Chicago, I1. 60648
Homestead Industries Inc.
Coraopolis, PA. 15108
Dresser Industries, Inc.
Dresser Industrial Valve & Instrument Div.
Stratford, Conn. 06497
Morrison Bros. Co.
Dubuque, Ia. 52001
Capitol Mfg. Co.
Div. of Harsco Corp.
Columbus, Ohio 43216
Military Standards, Promulgated By Standardization Div.
Directorate of Logistic Services DSA
b. When ordering repair parts from Chausse Manufacturing Co., Inc., always provide serial number of unit,
part number of repair part, description, quantity desired and complete shipping instructions. If the unit serial
number is not supplied when ordering parts, Chausse Manufacturing Co., Inc. cannot assume the responsibility
for supplying the correct replacement part for your unit. All repair parts are shipped C.O.D. unless otherwise
c. Responsibility for breakage, loss or damage in shipment ceases upon delivery to the transportation
company from where a receipt is always obtained to show that the shipment was accepted by the carrier in
good condition. When shipment arrives at destination if any parts are short, broken or damaged, a notation
should be made by the carrier's agent of the shortage or damage on the expense bill and a claim filed by the
consignee against the transportation company covering the loss of goods short or damaged.
6-2. Repair Parts List
a. Introduction. The following parts lists, with illustrations, provide parts-breakdown and ordering data for the
Model STMD-3000, Asphalt Melter, as manufactured by the Chausse Manufacturing Co., Inc., Detroit,
b. Column Definitions.
(1) Fig/Index Number. This column identifies the figure and key number on the illustration for identification
and location of the part.
(2) Part Number. This column provides the primary number used by the manufacturer which controls the
design and characteristics of the item by means of its engineering drawings, specifications, standards, and
inspection requirements, to identify an item or range of items. All part numbers entered in this column can be
assumed to be parts manufactured by Chausse Manufacturing Co., Inc., except when a Federal Supply Code
for Manufacturers (FSCM) is provided in the "Description" column. The entry of a FSCM, identifies a
purchased component for which the actual manufacturer's part number is given. Refer to paragraph 6-1 for
identification of the part manufacturer.
(3) Description. The description column provides part nomenclature and size data for commercial parts.
When the part listed is a purchased component, the FSCM code is provided in parentheses to identify the
actual manufacturer. The indenture of the nomenclature provides for the grouping of parts within their next
(4) Quantity. Entries in this column provide the quantity of the listed item used within the next higher
assembly. The unit of measure for stated quantities shall be "each", unless otherwise identified.