f. Lift the air compressor and accessories on a suita-
d. Drain fuel tank into a suitable container.
able carrier and block and tie it down.
e. Remove the air hose assembly from the air re-
ceiver tank. Cover the hose connector in the air
g. Move the air compressor to a new worksite.
Section IV. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
d. Keep all fuel tanks and storage containers filled
2-6. OPERATION IN EXTREME COLD (BELOW 0 F
with fuel to prevent formation of ice crystals from
the freezing of condensate, Such crystals will clog
fuel lines and carburetor jets. Use filter paper,
a. Locate the air compressor in a shed or building
chamois, or other type strainer when filling the
whenever possible. If the unit is operated out-
fuel tank or transferring fuel from one container
doors, protect it from prevailing winds and cover
it with a tarpaulin when not in use.
b. Lubricate the air compressor in accordance with
Always provide a metallic contact between the
fuel container and the fuel tank. This will pre-
c. Avoid excessive handling, kinking, and sharp bend-
vent a spark from being generated as the gaso-
ing of the air hose, which will become brittle at
line flows over metallic surfaces.