base isn't completely level, use shims under the feet. Do not
eliminate space between the base and a foot by drawing the
foot down. This would put strain on the unit.
Secure mounting of the base is necessary to minimize vibra-
Leave sufficient space around the compressor so that it is
accessible from all sides for maintenance. Mount the com-
pressor with the pulley side toward the wall and at least 6
Before start-up, turn the flywheel over a few revolutions by
inches (18 cm) away from it.
hand to make sure that there aren't any obstructions any-
where in the unit.
Connect the motor starter to 230 VAC 3 phase power
source. The source must have a separate on-off switch for
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. Bolt the com-
pressor unit securely and evenly to a level base. Where the
Section III. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
Item To Be Inspected. This column gives the
INTRODUCTION. The preventive maintenance
name of the item to be inspected or serviced.
checks and services listed in the PMCS table cover proce-
dures to be performed by organizational maintenance per-
Procedures. This column Iists inspection pro-
PMCS TABLE. Explanation of the columns:
Item Number. Checks and services are num-
Equipment Will Be Reported Not Ready/
bered in sequence. This column shall be used
Available If: This column contains the criteria
as source of item numbers for the TM Number
which wiII cause the equipment to be classified
Column on DA Form 2404, Equipment Inspec-
as not ready or not available because of in-
tion and Maintenance Worksheet, in recording
ability to perform its primary mission.
results of PMCS.