SHIPMENT AND LIMITED STORAGE
Section 1. SHIPMENT WITHIN ZONE OF INTERIOR
of Equipment for Shipment
a. General Detailed instructions for the prepara-
tion of the shop set for domestic shipment are
outlined within this paragraph. Preservation will be
accomplished in sequence that will not require the
operation of previously preserved components.
b. Inspection. The shop set will be inspected for
any unusual condition such as damage, rusting,
accumulation of water, or pilferage. Inspect in
accordance with the steps outined in the quarterly
c. Cleaning and Drying. Thoroughly clean and
dry the unit and components by the most applicable
approved method. Approved methods of cleaning,
application are described in TM 3S230.
d. Painting. Paint all surfaces when the paint has
been removed or damaged. Refer to TB ENG 60
for detailed cleaning and painting instructions.
e. Depreservat ion Guide. A properly annotated
DA Form 2258, will be completed concurrently with
preservation for each item of mechanical equipment
with any peculiar requirements outlined in blocks 27
through 33. The completed depreservation guide
will be placed with the equipment in a waterproof
envelope marked "Depreservation Guide") and
fastened in a conspicuous location on or near the
f. Cooling System, Mobile. Determine that cooling
system is filled to the proper leV e1 with a clean
solution of 50 percent water and 50 percent eth-
yleneglycol conforming to Specification O-A548,
Note. If temperatures below 25F. are expected, anti-
freeze conforming to Specification MIL-C-1 1755 shall be
used in its undiluted form.
g. Scaling of Openings.
Openings that will permit
the direct entry of water into the interior of the
engine shall be sealed with pressure-sensitive tape
130. Loading Equipment for Shipment
conforming the Specification PPP-T-60, type 111,