Fiqure 2-6. Stopping the engine.
c. Close the master air valve (fig. 2-4) at the air
b. Emergency Stopping. Turn the ignition switch
(fig. 2-6) to the off position.
d. Air pressure in the air receiver will automatical-
2-12. Operation of Equipment
ly build up to 170 lbs. This pressure is pre-set to cut
cut at 175 lbs. pressure and cut in at 150 lbs. pres-
a. Start the engine (para 2-10).
b. Refer to following paragraphs for complete
e. Allow pressure to build up until the air receiver
operation of the lubricating servicing unit.
pressure gage (fig. 2-4) shows a reading of between
2-13. Filling Lubricant Tanks
150 and 175 lbs. pressure.
f. Remove transfer pump (fig. 1-1) from its mount-
a. Start the engine (para .2-10) and allow it to warm
up to normal operating temperature.
ing and install it in drum of lubricant to be dispensed.
b. Engage the clutch lever (fig. 2-5) by moving it
Heavy grease cannot be pumped and will have to be pack-
toward the hose reels.
g. Remove the transfer pump hose from tool box
and install it on the transfer pump as illustrated in
Engage the clutch slowly, allowing enough time for the
compressor to gain speed before fully engaging the clutch.