Section IIL OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE.
a. Site Selection. The following factors must be considered when selecting a location for operating the 200 GPM
The area should be level, smooth, and free of rocks and debris.
(2) Distances to/from other units of the fuel system, i.e., fuel pump assembly and fuel dispensing equipment,
and lengths of interconnecting hoses must be considered.
(3) Position the 200 GPM filter-separator so the fuel inlet and outlet face the appropriate direction to other
· When raising the filter-separator turn the jack screw crank handles evenly or the filter-separator
could tip over and cause injury or equipment damage.
· Do not touch could metal with bare hands when operating under arctic conditions. Frostbite can
cause permanent injury.
b. Unpacking. Consists of removing accessory components from under tank assembly on filter-separator and
for any damage incurred during shipment. If damaged, report the damage to unit
Retracting Wheels. After transporting the filter-separator on its wheels, the wheels must be placed in the store
position before operation. Perform the following procedures: (Refer to figure 2-9).
Two individuals are required to raise the filter-separator.
Install the two screw jacks (1) on the frame (2) next to the swivel wheels (3).and align holes. Secure
screw jacks (1) by inserting pins (4) in aligned holes. Chock the rigid wheels(5) at the other end to
prevent rolling of the filter-separator.
Turn the screw jack crank handles (6) to raise swivel wheels (2) off the ground.
Remove the locking pins (7) and rotate the swivel wheels (2) to the upwards position.
Align holes and install locking pins (7) to secure the swivel wheels(3) in position.
Turn the screw jack crank handles (6) until frame (2) is securely on the ground. Pull out pins (4) and
remove screw jacks (1). Store screw jacks (1) on frame under tank.
Repeat steps 1 through 5 for the two rigid wheels(4) at the other end of the frame. Then remove and stow
the screw jacks (1).