with hose clamps (5, 7, 18 and 16). Inspect hose for
damage, tears, or punctures.
The canister removes toxic gases, dust, and
b. Turnbuckle. Check turnbuckle (10) on all four
aerosols (solid and liquid particles) from the atmosphere
sides of canister assembly. See that turn- buckles are in
and delivers 300 cubic feet of purified air per minute.
place and tighten if necessary.
c. Elbow Connector Assembly and Slide Bolt.
Check the elbow connector assembly (6, fig. 8) to see
that it is in working order. Rotate the elbow connector
The operator is authorized to inspect, service, and
assembly to different locations and check for full and
adjust the following component parts of the canister
easy movement. Check the slide bolts (10, fig. 16),
Any defect should be reported to
washers (8) and self- locking nut (9) for wear, and
organizational maintenance personnel.
d. Dial Regulator Assembly. Check the dial
Check the air hose
regulator (7, fig. 16) to see it operates properly and is in
assembly (6, fig. 4) and air hose assembly (15) to see
working order. Check for wear, damage, and missing
they are connected properly and fastened securely
Dial regulator assembly
Figure 16. Top manifold assembly