OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (FIELD AND DEPOT
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
designed to fit and hold particular tools may be inserted
in drawers. This is to protect tools, to make finding
Shop sets, when received, are to be unloaded, uncrated,
them easier, and to hold them securely during transit.
depreserved, and inspected by field and depot
Drawers and open bins are numbered from 1 to 11
chronologically from top to bottom in rows,
counterclockwise around the interior of the shop, starting
148. Unloading and Uncrating New Equipment
at the right rear.
a. Unloading. Remove shoring, blocks, tiedowns,
Tool and Equipment Drawer Location Semitrailer
and chocks before unloading equipment.
Mounted, C-3, Flaw Detection
Warning: Remove nails and loose
strapping from unloading area.
Caution: Lift only at hoisting points
provided when equipment is to be
unloaded from heights above ground
1 Apron, battery workers, cotton-twill
level (TM 9-2330-23814).
2 Cleaning gun, pneumatic
2 Coupling half, quick disconnect, female
b. Uncrating and Servicing New Equipment.
fluid connection end
Uncrating and servicing procedures normally will be
2 Coupling half, quick disconnect, male 4
required for unloading specific item are contained in the
1 Faceshield, industrial plastic mask.
technical manual for the item.
7 Field indicator, pocket size, magneto-
c. Depreservation. Procedures for depreservation
of new equipment normally will be as outlined in
1 Gloves, rubber, men's synthetic
2 Gun, air blow, straight design
d. Removal of Compound and Devices. Remove
11 Hose, rubber, air, 25 ft. Ig.
11 Hose, water, 50 ft. Ig. w/coupling
rust preventive compounds, protective grease, or other
6 Light, extension, 100 ft. lg.
coatings from new parts prior to installation. Prepare
w/explosion proof globe.
new parts by presoaking or by other methods as
7 Magnifier, glass, 5 in. focus
Lubrication of new parts will be as
7 Mirror, inspection (snap-on GA--51)
prescribed in the appropriate lubrication order.
2 Nipple, pipe, brass 1/4 in.
3 Oil gun, pneumatic, 32-oz. cap.
a. Location of Handtools. Following is a typical
alphabetical listing of the location of common tools and
b. Location of Mounted Equipment.
equipment in drawers and storage cabinets provided.
instances, tools, equipment, or instruments are mounted
on walls, floor, or benches of the shop. These items are
either too large for cabinet storage, or their use makes