INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
containing the air hose assembly and inflation device
from the inside of the crate. These are illustrated
a. Remove all tiedowns or blocking that secures
in figure 27. A publications case and copies of this
the crate to the carrier. Refer to figure 3.
manual are also included.
b. Remove the tape and protective material from
the engine, compressor, and air receiver tank. Re-
c. Remove the nuts and lockwasher that secure
the air compressor to the bottom of the crate and
remove the air compressor.
8. Inspection and Servicing Equipment
a. Make a complete visual inspection of the air
compressor for any loss or damage that may have
occurred during shipment. Prior to inspection or op-
eration of the compressor, accomplish depreserva-
tion of the compressor as outlined on DA Form 2258.
the engine (fig. 2
x or 2 y ) for loose
connections, and insecure mounting.
the compressor (fig. 1
or 1.1) for
mounting bolts, cracks, breaks and other defects.
A forklift truck, pipe rollers, or a suitable hoist
the safety relief valve (fig. 1
x or 1 y )
must be used when removing the air compressor
for loose mounting.
from the carrier.
f. Inspect the hand truck assembly (fig, 2
x o r
Warning: M a k e certain any lifting device
2 y ) for cracks, breaks, and other damage.
has a capacity equal to the weight being lifted.
the wheel assembly (fig. 2
x or 2 y ) for
Failure to observe this precaution could result
cracks, breaks, insecure mounting and alinement.
in injury or death to personnel and damage to
h. Check the contents of the crate against the
packing list to make sure no items are missing.
7. Unpacking the Equipment
i. Correct all deficiencies or report them to the
a. Place the air compressor as close to the point
of installation or use as possible. Remove the box