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NEWS | May 10, 2023

AH-64: New ECS Servicing Cart PN Now Available

BLUF: A new ECS servicing cart is available with NSN 4330-00-681-2281 (PN 7-562104012-607). Initial supply may be limited.

An AH-64 Apache helicopter stages in the bay of the ARC Endurance waiting to be offloaded at the Port of Esbjerg, Denmark on Aug 22, 2022.
Photo by Jeff Jurgensen
Mechanics, Apache Environmental Control System (ECS) servicing carts, NSN 4330-01-512-5423 (PN 7-562104012-605) and NSN 4330-01-476-3165 (PN 7-562104012-603), have been replaced with NSN 4330-00-681-2281 (PN 7-562104012-607), which is now available through Army supply. However, ECS Carts PN 7-562104012-605 and PN 7-562104012-603 remain authorized for use.
Make a note that supply availability of the new servicing cart may be initially limited; Therefore, you must ensure the continued readiness of your existing PN 7-562104012-605 and PN 7-562104012-603. ECS carts. If you have unserviceable carts, turn them into your nearest (or local) regional support center (RSC), so they can examine and determine if the ECS carts can be repaired.
RSCs can repair authorized ECS carts at no expense to the unit, other than transportation costs, which include NSN 4330-01-512-5423 (PN 7-562104012-605) and NSN 4330-01-476-3165 (PN 7-562104012-603). However, the new ECS cart, NSN 4330-00-681-2281 (PN 7-562104100-607), is not a part of the repair program.

ECS carts that can be repaired
ECS carts that can be repaired
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For more information about the ECS servicing cart repair program, contact George Morrishaw, or Daniell Doerk by email:
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