Figure 22. Floor plan, Shop Set C-4, left side view.
Figure 23. Floor plan, Shop Set C4, right side view.
this will consist of alining hinges, slides, lock-
detergent for cleaning purposes under usual
ing bars, and closing points.
operating conditions. Cleaning under unusual
Note. Adjustments should be made only when the
quire more active cleaning agents such as
operating efficiency of the cabinets will be impaired
cleaning solvents. Care should be exercised in
unless the misalinement is corrected.
application and use of cleaning solvent so as
not to damage the finish of the cabinets. Lu-
bricate the cabinets at hinge points on sliding
surfaces, and at points of closing. Use a good
Operator maintenance of bench tops consists
grade of light lubricating oil; do not use more
of cleaning and the application of wax or simi-
lubricant than is required to maintain nor-
mal operating conditions; wipe off excess
wiped from benches with a soft brush whenever
bricants with a clean, dry cloth. Adjustment
there is an accumulation that could mar the
of cabinets may be accomplished by the opera-
surface. Stains, such as marking fluid, grease,
tor when disassembly is not required; generally
oil, or ink, may be removed by washing the