Figure 20. Pipe to hose connection; compressor to tank.
Section VII. UTILITY SYSTEM
operating conditions; wipe off excess lubricants with a
clean dry cloth.
Adjustment of cabinets may be
accomplished by the operator when disassembly is not
The utility system of Shop Set, Aircraft
required; generally this will consist of aligning hinges,
Maintenance, Semitrailer Mounted, C-8, Instrument
slides, locking bars, and closing points.
Shop, consists of storage cabinets and bench tops.
Note: Adjustments should be made only
Layout of the utility system of the shop set is shown in
when the operating efficiency of the cabinet
will be impaired unless the misalignment is
b. Bench Tops. Operator maintenance of bench
a. General. Operator maintenance of the storage
tops consists of cleaning and the application of wax or
cabinets is limited to service and adjustments. Service
will consist of cleaning, lubrication, and other preventive
from benches with a soft brush whenever there is such
an accumulation that could mar the surface. Stains,
solution of water and mild soap or detergent for cleaning
>such as marking fluid, grease, oil, or ink, may be
purposes under usual operating conditions. Cleaning
removed by washing the bench top with a solution of mild
under unusual operating conditions (pars. 18 through
soap and water. Wipe the surface with a clean cloth to
26), may require more active cleaning agents such as
remove moisture after cleaning is completed. Apply wax
Care should be exercised in
application and use of cleaning solvent so as not to
nature as to remove protective coating or when the
damage the finish of the cabinets. Lubricate the cabinets
protective coating is marred by scratches, nicks, gouges,
at hinge points, on sliding surfaces, and at points of
or exposure to the elements.
closing. Use a good grade of light lubricating oil; do not
use more lubricant than is required to maintain normal