SHIPMENT, LIMITED STORAGE, AND DEMOLITION TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
Section I. SHIPMENT AND LIMITED STORAGE
operations will need to be performed.
b. Inspection. Make certain that the unit Is in good
operating condition and does not require overhaul or
(1) Remove air inlet and outlet hose from their
connections to canister and blower. Depending upon
c. Cleaning and Painting.
inside or outside operation, remove inlet or outlet hose
(1) Thoroughly clean all exposed parts;
from adapter in building vent opening.
remove all dirt, rust, grease, and other foreign matter.
(2) Remove fuel and drain lines. Rwi en- gine
(2) Paint all areas where paint has been
until remaining fuel is exhausted.
scratched or scraped off. For painting instructions,
b. Cleaning and Painting. Clean the filter twit
reference TM 3-4240-241-35.
For general cleaning and painting
d. Protection in Storage.
instructions reference TM 9-213.
(1) Gasoline engine.
c. Crating. It is not necessary to crate the filter unit
(a) Remove spark plug.
for movement from site to site. However, the bottom of
(b) Spray approximately 2 ounces of
the crate should be used as a skid. Fasten canister to
skid with steel straps. Use wooden pieces at top corners
Type P-10 Grade 2, into cylinder.
of canister. Place shipping block between canister and
(c) By hand, rotate rope pulley (6, fig. 6)
clockwise through several turns.
97. Limited Storage
threads and install spark plug.
a. General. It is the responsibility of the unit
(2) Filter unit.
commander to determine the specific preventive
(a) Collapse hose and stow in shipping
maintenance needs when placing the filter unit in limited
Place the unit in shed storage. Storage
(b) Store filter unit in a dry, sheltered place
conditions will determine the extent of protection
away from fumes of chemical agents, acids, or other
The instructions which follow are
corrosive materials. Do not place unit directly on the
recommended as guides for the unit commander and
grounds If the filter unit is not crated, cover it with
may be used in whole or in part, or may be
supplemented at his discretion depending upon the
conditions prevailing at the time. If storage exceeds 3
months, use these instructions as a checklist to repeat