Section I. GENERAL
(a) One 1/2-pound charge between the
a. This manual is for your use in operating the air
compressor, Model HR2-6M-2. It provides information
(b) One 1/2-pound charge between the
on the operation, organizational, direct support, and
motor and the air receiver tank.
general support maintenance of the air compressor, as
well as a description of the main units and their functions
b. For additional data procedures for destruction of
in relation to the other components.
equipment to prevent enemy use, refer to TM 750-244-3.
applicable to this manual. Appendix B contains the
Maintenance Allocation Chart.
a. Storage Site.
Maintenance Form and Records. Equipment
(1) Select the best available site for
maintenance forms and procedures for their use are
administrative storage. Separate stored equipment from
contained in TM 38-750, The Army Maintenance
equipment in use.
Conspicuously mark the area
Management System (TAMMS).
(2) Covered space is preferred.
Recommendations (EIR). If your compressor needs
sufficient covered space for all items to be stored is not
improvement, let us know. Send us an EIR. You, the
available, priority should be given to items which are
user, are the only one who can tell us what you don't like
about your equipment. Let us know why you don't like
the design. Tell us why a procedure is hard to perform.
(3) Open sites should be improved hard-
Put it on a SF 368 (Quality Deficiency Report). Mail it to
stand, if available. Unimproved sites should be firm,
us at: U. S. Army Troop Support and Aviation Material
well-drained, and kept free of excess vegetation.
Readiness Command, ATTN:
Goodfellow Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63120. We'll send
b. Storage Plan.
you a reply.
(1) Store equipment so as to provide
maximum protection from the elements and to provide
Destruction of Army Materiel to Prevent
access for inspection, maintenance, and exercising.
Anticipate removal or deployment problems and take
a. Demolition of Air Compressors. Methods of
destruction should achieve such damage to equipment
and repair parts that it will not be possible to restore the
equipment to a usable condition in the combat zone
conditions, such as extreme heat or cold; high humidity;
either by repair or cannibalization.
blowing sand, dust, or loose debris; soft ground; mud;
(1) Mechanical destruction. Using an axe,
take adequate precautions.
pick, mattock, sledge, or any other heavy implement,
damage all vital elements.
(3) Establish a fire plan and provide for
adequate fire fighting equipment and personnel.
TM 740-90-1 (Administrative Storage).