Answers to your 30-degree wash questions No, a 30ºC wash is generally considered a warm wash. A cold wash is below 20°C and is usually reserved for clothes that are very delicate. Washing at 40ºC is also considered a warm wash, while 60ºC is a hot wash and 90ºC is a very hot wash.
86 degrees FahrenheitIf there is a number inside the basin, that is the maximum water temperature (in Celsius) that you should use to wash the item. A label that says 30 means a water temperature of 86 degrees Fahrenheit, 40 means 104 degrees Fahrenheit, 60 means 140 degrees Fahrenheit and 95 means 203 degrees Fahrenheit.
A 30-degree wash is fine for clothes that need a general wash rather than targeted stain removal. The increased temperature won't kill all bacteria on its own, but when combined with a good detergent a 60-degree wash should get rid of bacterial spores and viruses.
High temperatures aren't always necessary: washing at 30 degrees is generally very effective. In fact, heat can set many stains – and as Persil laundry detergents are effective at lower temperatures, there's often no need.
Advanced Individual Training(AIT) ranges from 4 to 52 weeks depending on a Soldier's MOS. After graduating from basic training, Soldiers will go to AIT where they will complete Phase IV and Phase V before joining their unit.
11B infantryman is 14 weeks of OSUT. 13B is 9 weeks of BCT, 5 weeks of AIT. (14 weeks). Combat engineer is 14 weeks of OSUT.