Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
Reinstallation After Movement
Dismantling for Movement
The conversion and storage unit is completely
General. Move the conversion and storage unit
self-contained and required no disassembly in moving to a
to its operating location with a suitable tractor. If the
equipment is located on marshy ground or ground with a high
Stow the transfer hoses, electrical power supply
sand content, wood platforms should be constructed under
extension cable, ground rod assembly and tools in the storage
the trailer wheels and under the landing jacks. Disconnect the
tractor air lines and electrical cable from the trailer. When the
Couple the towing tractor to the trailer and
tractor air lines are disconnected the trailer is in emergency
connect the air and electrical lines of the tractor to the trailer.
braking condition and should not be moved. Release the
Raise the landing jacks.
towing pintle and remove the tractor. Remove the wheel
Check the brakes and lights to see if they
chocks from the fenders and position them under the trailer
wheels. Lower the landing jacks, if necessary, to level the
Remove the chocks from under the trailer
trailer as the liquid level gages will not work if the trailer is not
wheels and stow them in the storage racks located on the
Close and secure the doors and shutters.
Refrigeration System. Remove the caps and
The unit is now ready to be moved to a new
open the inlet line (6, fig. 4-4) and outlet shut-off valve on the
receiver tank (7) to allow the refrigerant to circulate through
the refrigeration system. Check that the refrigerant sight
glass (1) is full of refrigerant, indicating an adequate charge.
Section III. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Tools And Equipment
maintenance of the conversion, storage and charging unit.
Tools, equipment and repair parts issued with or
Maintenance Repair Parts
authorized for the conversion, storage, and charging unit are
listed in TM 5-3655-210-20P.
Repair parts and equipment are listed and illustrated
in the repair parts and special tools list covering
Special Tools And Equipment
organizational maintenance for this equipment in TM 5-3655-
No special tools or equipment are required by
Section IV. LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
General Lubrication Information
Clean the lubrication fittings,
breathers, and other points by wiping with a cloth dampened
This section contains lubrication instructions which
in a cleaning solvent before lubrication. In making repairs,
are supplemental to and not specifically covered in the
clean all parts with a cleaning solvent, and dry before they are
Detailed Lubrication Information
Points of Lubrication. Service the lubrication
points at proper intervals as illustrated in current lubrication
Care of Lubricants.
When lubricating the
conversion and storage unit, care must be taken in handling
and applying the various lubricants. The containers which
house the lubricants must be free of dust, dirt, and water.
frequently, as oil consumption may increase.
Clean the lubrication equipment before and after it is used.
(2) Oil may require changing more frequently
Close the containers tightly after use, and keep in a protected
formation will increase under cold weather