TM-9-4940-474-10

TM-9-4940-474-10
TM 9-4940-474-10
D E P A R T M E N T
O F
T H E
A R M Y
OPERATOR’S
CLEANING,
(CUSTOM
M A N U A L
MANUAL
STEAM,
BUILT
T E C H N I C A L
PRESSURE
TRAILERS
JET
CO.,
INC. MODEL PJC-600)
(4940-473-6218)
H E A D Q U A R T E R S ,
D E P A R T M E N T
NOVEMBER 1965
O F
T H E
A R M Y
TM 9-4940-474-10
C1
HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Washington, D. C., 13 June 1973
Change
No. 1
Operator’s Manual
CLEANER, STEAM, PRESSURE JET
(CUSTOM BUILT TRAILERS CO., INC.
MODEL PJC-600)
(4940-473-6218)
TM 9-4940-474-10, 19 November 1965 is Changed 6-4. Components of the End Item
as follows:
Parts included with the end item and considChange title to read as above.
ered as components of the end item configuraPage 42 (at bottow of page). Add the following tion are listed in the following table:
paragraph
Table 6-4. Components of the End Item
Components
6-3. Reporting of Equipment Publication
Improvements
The reporting of errors, omissions, and recommendations for improving this publication by
the individual user is encouraged. Reports should
be submitted on DA Form 2028 (Recommended
Changes to Publications) and forwarded direct to:
Commander US Army Weapons Command,
ATTN: AMSWE-MAS-SP, Rock Island IL 61201.
Part No.
Qty
BASKET, SOAP:
1023
(21571)
1
GAGE, LEVEL:
1033
(21571)
1
FOOT VALVE AND STRAINER:
53499
(21571)
1
HOSE ASSEMBLY, STEAM:
60111
(21571)
2
HOSE ASSEMBLY, SUCTION:
60220
(21571)
1
HOSE ASSEMBLY, WATER:
60201
(21571)
1
NOZZLE OFFSET: 300 gph
1038
(21571)
4
NOZZLE OFFSET: 600 gph
1037
(21571)
1
NOZZLE RINSE:
1030
(21571)
1
NOZZLE STRAIGHT: 300 gph
1028
(21571)
2
NOZZLE STRAIGHT: 600 .gph
1089
(21571)
1
STEAM GUN ASSEMBLY:
1026
(21571)
2
Page 43. The appendix is superseded as follows
APPENDIX A
BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST
AND
ITEMS TROOP INSTALLED OR AUTHORIZED LIST
Section I. INTRODUCTION
1. Scope
2. General
This appendix lists basic issue items and items
troop installed or authorized required by the
crew/operator for operation of the pressure jet
steam cleaner.
These basic issue items and items troop installed
or authorized lists are divided into the following
sections:
a. Basic Issue Items List. Not applicable.
b. Items Troop Installed or Authorized List.
Not applicable.
1
By Order of the Secretary of the Army:
CREIGHTON W. ABRAMS
General, United States Army
Chief of Staff
Official:
VERNE L. BOWERS
Major General, United States Army
The Adjutant General
Distribution:
.t(til’(’.lt’ l)/!/:
L) CSLOG (3)
(’or[)s (2)
(1 NGJ3(1)
Instl (2), except
TS(; (l)
Ft Monmouth J5);
COE (5)
CSAECFB (4);
Dir of Trims (1)
Ft Story (3);
,’)CSC-E (1)
Ft Wood (N;
(’ONA RC (2)
AP(; (l)
II RADC(lM (2)
[JSAFS(l)
ARAL)(’OM Rgn (2)
[JSAES(l)
AM(’(17)
TEAD ( l(i)
WECOM (10)
LBAL) (2)
MIJCOM (2)
LEAD (2)
A\ ’sroM (2)
SHALI(l)
0S Maj Com(i (2)
(JSAAPSA (1)
I,0GC(3MD (2)
[JSAC0MZEUR(2)
Armies (3) except
[JSASA Sup& Maint Cen (1)
Seventh [JSA (5);
Ft Knox FLI)MS (lo)
Eighth [JSA (5);
4th USASA Fld Sta(l)
ARNG: State AG (3).
[’S.4 R: None.
For explanation of’ abbreviations used, see AR 310-50.
WI. S.
2
GOVERNMENT
PRINTING
OFFICE:
1973-769620/927
TM 9-4940-474-10
T ECHNICAL M ANUAL
No. 9-4940-474-10
HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Washington, D. C., 19 November 1965
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
CLEANER, STEAM, PRESSURE JET
(CUSTOM BUILT TRAILERS CO., INC. MODEL PJC-600)
(4940-473-6218)
Page
S ECTION I . INTRODUCTION AND DESCRIPTION-------------------------------------------------------------------------------1
1-1
General ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1
1-3
Purpose ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1
1-5
General
description--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1
1-14
Detailed
description-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6
1-16
Fuel system----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
Water compound system------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8
1-25
Electrical
system---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10
1-37
1-46
Safety cycle circuit-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12
II. SPECIAL SERVICE TOOLS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------13
2-1
General--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------13
III. PREPARATION FOR USE, STORAGE, OR SHIPMENT----------------------------------------------13
Preparation for use------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------13
3-1
3-6
Water
supply--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------14
3-9
Hoses, guns, and nozzles-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------14
IV. OPERATION
INSTRUCTIONS-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------15
4-1
General---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------15
4-3
Precautions to be observed-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------15
Preliminary
checks-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------16
4-5
4-6
Starting the cleaner----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------17
4-9
500 gph hot water rinse (300 psi)--------------------------------------------------------------------------18
4-10
500 gph cold water rinse (300 psi)
Blow down of heating coil-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18
4-11
4-12 Descaling the coil---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------19
4-13
Removing soot from the heating coil--------------------------------------------------------------------20
4-15
Periodic
shutdown-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
4-16
Long term (storage) shutdown---------------------------------------------------------------------------------21
4-17
Storage in freezing temperatures--------------------------------------------------------------------------21
V. PERIODIC INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE, AND LUBRICATION---------------------------------------22
5-1
General------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
5-3
Periodic
inspection---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
5-4
Daily
inspection-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
5-5
Four hour inspection----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
Eight
hour
inspection--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
5-6
5-7
Twenty-five hour inspection-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
22
5-8
Maintenance---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------23
5-12
Tanks------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------23
5-20
Removal-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Cleaning and inspection------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 24
5-21
24
5-22
Assembly-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-23
Electrical
system----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25
5-25
A d j u s t m e n t s - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 25
5-29
Cabinet and gun assemblies------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25
25
Lubrication-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-32
27
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------VI. TROUBLESHOOTING
6-1
General----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------27
APPENDIX
BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 43
i
Section I
1 - 1 . , Gmlw
1 - 2 .
Thin
hmdbook
containe
*eration
F-hgdala, !1, Y, Th%e cleaner Lx
%@
PJc-eoo.
1 - 3 .
Figure
1 - 4 .
Tbs cle~er
for
identified
Inetructieme
for
an
oil
custom Duilt Trailers Company,
as
Custom
Built
Trailers
Model
1.
parts
for
effeot of
fuel,
tiaimtenmce
atem~
o~ration.
employs
It
rinse
or cold
shown
dirt,
in
heavy
oil
construction
and
electrical
high pre~aure
to spray
to be
the
water.
pump and heater
clemed.
The
operations
Cleamirg
the
cleaner
its
the
cleaning
OnlY
complete
sufficient
with
high impact
upon
also
equipped
provide
a solid?
by
solution
for
aircraft
equipment
requires
to generate
la
require
wxxwnpliehed
1-1 and directing
combinin~
The
solution
cleaner
from
eimilar
for
connections
cleaning
to Spec
depoeita
equipment
It is a meam
overhaul.
when cleming
table
compounds conforming
and
and detergent with impact.
water
a
grea~e,
vehieles,
and
or surface
of hot
to use cleaning
of
water
compound,
a high preseure
mtmm
hot
and temperature
equipmnt
methods
removal
transportation
cleming
preaaum
is designed
the
mub-aaa~mbltesb
the
by
Proms
klIL-C-l14Q4
and
and kbintenace
anufactured
fired $te~ Pressure Jet cle~er
ueing
high velocitY
any
or spray
to
of
upon
the
Cleaning
the
equipment
to be cle-d.
TABLE
l-l
MEr}m
OF
DIXFM3GE
DISCIIMGE
FUEL
CLEAN ING
Cwx XT’Y
P&mssw
CCIISUIUPTIQT
Vapor
Spray
600 gph
Vapor
Spray
600
gph
(300
Vapor
Spray
300
gph
(one
Hot Rinse
!500
gph
Cold
500 gph
Rinse
1 - 5 .
GF2xlAL
1 - 6 .
PHYSICAL.
The
on a SICM
nozzles
and
To
the
clarify
clenner,
of
the
on
the left
water
the
all
Inlet
cleaner
eide
12 gph
gun)
S30 psig
6.5 gph
[see
Two
necess~y
of
the
all
Therefore,
of
‘JO p.vig
equipmnt
on which
cleaner.
gpwgun)
the
connections
are given in
6.5 gph
peig
o
300 p!sig
base.
location
12 gph
30(2
DmcRETIaI
mounted
90 palg
F i g u r e
1 . i
consist$
of
vapor
hoses
parts
valve
facing
unit,
unit
guns
and accessories
various
the
a
cleaning
the
rear
1 - 2 .
furniehed
the
equipment,
handles
are
located,
the
T a b l e
are
of
front
on
the
of
the
the
unit,
right
unit.
within
various
of
tanke
on the
enclosed
with
side
with
the
is
a
steel
the
of
Dimensions,
cleaner.
operating
considered
the
cabinet
interchangeable
heater
the
unit
weight,
eide
the
assembly
and
the
etc.,
1
of
frOnt
Of
1!4
1 - 7 .
The cleaner components are fully enclosed in the metal cabinet with the ex-
ceptions
of
operating valve handles, water
cover and removable
TABLE
1-2.
Height
inlet connections, gauges and
~leaner component are easily accessible through the cabinet
electrical cord.
panels.
TAEILE OF
LEAOII’G
PARTICULAR
(Overall)
64 inches
Width (Overall)
46 inchee
LenCth (@erall)
73 inches
Dry Weight
2400
lbe.
Heating Method
Pressure Atomizing Burner
Fue 1s
Fuel Oils, 30-38 API
Gravity
Fuel Tank Cepacity
57 Gallons
Compound Tank Capacity
57 Gallons
Operating Water
25 to 125 pSi
Pressure, inlet
}linimum Water Source Output
600 gph
Discharge Hose
50 ft.
Suction Hose
25 ft.
‘ Supply Hoee
Power
50 ft.
Source 12equired: 3-phase,
The top access panel,
220
which remains
volts,
60
cycles,
12,0
amperes
open during operation is designed so that it
does not protrude beyond the outeide edge of the cabinet during nor>l operation.
All valves and controls required for operation are accessible from
(front)
side or
rear of
the unit.
operation instructions is faetened
plate Is
kept
An
on the front
the only epeciflc Mentification
lecible, intact and with the
equipped wtth stowage
devices and racks
so that
stowed
items cannot
panel.
The name and serial number
marking on the unft,
equipment at
and spark nozzle tips when Eat in use.
the operators
Instruction plate, giving an outline of
all tines.
and It
should be
The cleaner Is
to accommot?a.t% hoso~, stem
also
gunr, tools
The racks anfi stowg% devices are arranged
be dislodged during traneit.
2
FIG. 1
3
FIGURE
LiIG51!D :
1.
Sl<id
2.
Heater
3.
Fuel
4.
Solution Tank
1.
STEtJ: CLMi ‘::~
Base
Tank
5.
Soap
6.
Float
Dasket
7.
Float
8.
Soap
9.
Float
10.
Solution
11.
Intake
Dlow Down Valve
12.
Intake
Pressure Gauge
13.
LOW Flow
14.
Solution Tank Cover
Tanlc
Valve
Metering
Valve
Tank Suction
Tank
Valve
Fill Valve
Valve
15.
Pressure
16.
Suction
Inlet
17.
DischarLe Blov
18.
i3ischarLc
Inlet
plug
Cap
Down
Valve
Valve
19.
Discharge Valve
20.
Main
21.
300 GPII Vapor By-Pass
Switch
22.
500
23.
Pump Air
GPH
Rinse
Lly-Pass
24.
Heater
Clean Out
25.
Safety
Valve
26.
Jotor
27.
Water
28.
Fan
29.
Fuel Pump
30.
Stack
31.
Dlschar~e Pressure Gau;e
Vent
Cap
Pump
Openlnc
32.
Fuel
33.
IGnition
Fill
Cap
and
Screen
34.
Control Panel
35.
Burner
Control Reset
36.
Burner
head
37.
Duct
38.
Fuel
iloclulatinc
Valve
‘B’
39.
Fuel
;.iodulatinz
Valve
‘A’
40.
Solenoid
41.
Level
42.
Hourmetcr
43.
Fuel
Transformer
Valve
GauLe
Pressure
Gauge
4
1-8.
The skid
cbamnel
iron
surface.
upon
Lifting
FUi!CTICN
1-9.
major eystems
function
pump.
solenoid
safety
It
safe
two
by the
ignition.
valves
the
fuel
to
125
maintaine
the
tank,
PSI.
the
suction
inlet
SYSTE:I,
pump
in
the
when
be
skids
are provided.
-,
“
divided
into three
electrical.
drawe
solution
valvee,
delivery
through the
into
the
The
three
valvee
eafety
!’1111
motor,
The
systems
control
cycle
circuit
is as
not
permit
chamber
has
gaeee.
This
fuel
time
the
the
chamber.
purging
eeconds
elapse
must
of
the
float
a
the
enter
required
by
and
the
a
to
float
proper
tank.
A
can
the
fuel
period
which
tank,
solution
functioning
a tap
constant
or
tank
stream.
level,
Soap
assembly
of
pressure
via compound
heater
ie
tank.
valve
from
con-
meterine
and
discharged
gun.
coneiete of
system
epark
for
the
in
the
the
the
burner,
safety
combustion
necessary
control
cycle.
is
20
seconde
Is energized
ehut
after reset
chamber
to remove
whenever the
to
for
valve,
the
prevent
is
also be obtained
pond
compound
nozzlee
pressure
by-pase
water from
water
in
a
of
the
lake,
sufficiently
due
and
unit
is
measured
the
fuel
has
malfunction)
fuel
the
any combustible
burner flame
down or
before
and
until
until
can enter
the
controle
fuel
The purpoee
follows:
Therefore,
(either
conditions
mode
fuel Qack
for
Fresh
current
burner ewitch
extinguished
combustion
to
been purged
the
the
Ign%tion
provide
modulating valvee
atomization of
utilizes
heated
and
and
into the
nozzles via a
the atomizing
the
conslets
from
from
an
and
operating
circulates
electrical
provide
a filter
to pre-set
until
neceseary
then
hosee
through
atomizing
maintained
system
water
is
the
proper
is
tank.
eystem
ELECTRICAL SYSTEN.
enercize the
the
chamber
from
float
tank
to
directly before
This
drawing
fuel
response
The float tank
drawn
a,
can
structual
on a hard
unit.
auxiliaries
cleaning
The
the
fuel pump, that
and
The
level
of
preesure
centrate is
the
and
The solenoid
in
This insures
valve.
of
The unit
the
determine
mounted
water-solution system.
solenoid
dragged
Replaceable
fuel
valves.
combustion
eyetem
!{ATER C~POUND
1-13.
2)
preesure
nozzlee
circuits
fuel pump.
part of
compound
under
limite
into
Stable
an integral
to
provided.
Figure
modulating
operating
obtained
25
is construction of
to allow it to be
are
(See
pumped
Control
leakage
the
rings
of fuel to the
Dribble proof
1-12.
is mounted
Fuel la drawn from
then
and
flow
any fuel
pump,
cleaner
water-compound,
follows:
is
valve
monitor
of
towing
DESCRIPTICIT.
as
factors.
1-11.
the
interdependently.
control the
the
and
FUEL SYSTEif.
1-10.
fuel
which
and ie sufficiently braced
from
entere
been
20
the
chamber.
5
b.
c.
‘:!111
not permit
if
flame
a
‘/111
cut
is
off
to continue
fuel
not
to
enter
the combustion
chamber
established.
the
fuel
supply
in
the
event
of
flame
failure
supply
in
the
event
of
insufficient
supply
in
the
event
safe
information
is
arranSod
durinr
operation.
d.
e.
;)111
cut
off
the
fuel
flow
throu~h
the
heater.
cut
the
fuel
‘,)111
are
DZTAILIID
1-15.
G131ERAL.
cussed
above.
particular
Detailed
Component
rather
1-16.
FUEL SYSTE’J
1-17.
FUEL TAI!K.
with
a
insure that
to
are
ions
1-18.
with
returned
1-20.
enters
12Uil;’ER.
and
This
canon
1-21.
for
as
to
CE!’TIIHIGAL
efficient
major
and
top
‘ihc
fuel
tho
from
burner
flow
part
of
dis-
in
the
throu~h
tho
the
electrical
function.
metal
enclosure
,\
a
tkc
and
drain
rotary
pump
is
return
Is
provided
conrx?ct-
plur.
ty~o f)Un\)
Gear
is
driven
fuel
tank
cquippod
thrcu~h
throurh
Excrss
nozzles.
ul,ich
strainer
suction
with
sta~e,
as
plate.
Fuel
fitted
valve.
to
they
sheet
tho
sin~lc
delivers
valves
which
tank.
is
progressive
discussed
divisions
individually
cliroct
solrno!d
furl
is
of
the
fuel
t,ank
to
insure
that
only
pump.
burner
burner head is mounted
such a manner
the
a
are
in
“!ounted on the cutlet
The
three
tank.
the
alectrmfe.
6.5
is
the
~allon
tank
re~ulatin:
shaft,
fuel
The
pump
medulatinr
FUEL FILTZ.{.
fuel
fuel
57
in
in
cap
enters
tanlc.
pressure
and
to the
ifpition
5.5
The
system
filler
fuel
tho
to the stub
valves
components
tank 19 a
fuel
fittin[;
clean
on
adjustable
control
1-19.
only
affected
particular
The
FU!ZL PU’P.
an
clean
the
ticht
provided
couplin~
a
than
in
of each system are described
parts
Electrical
system.
system
provided
limits
DllSCIIPTICI:.
which such components are
in
tcmperaturo
exceeded.
1-14.
order
off
water
is
nozzles ,
in
a
pressure
The
for
atonizin~
consists
dribble
vertical
provide
F/”J’.
a
asscmhly
proof
of
function
of
at
unit containin~
elcctrodos,
valves
position
downdraft
2
the
ar,d
top
a
conncctin~
of
the
is
to
KOZZ1OE
flarr
nr.d
dctoctor
fuel
hratin~
The
lirrs.
coil.
in
combustion.
this
compoccnt
supply
nir
combustion.
6
required
FIG. 2
7
1-22.
in
ifEATE2 AS S!ll GLY.
which
the
continuous
vided
to
located
liquid
tubular
direct
on
the
1-23.
SOLEI!OID
only
of
if
solenoid
the
fUel
valves
pressures
heater
by
products
VALVE.
1s
of
solenoid
normally
closed
VAL\OIS,
are
are
to
the
adjusted
reached
The
so
or
that
pressure
exceeds
300
psi.
110
if
cycle,
fuel
p9i,
from
the
the
1-26.
FLOAT
of
1-27.
this
in
the
57
tank
inlet
to
Gallon
basket and
filling
tank
This
the
of
of
tan!{
,and
out
by
n
prO-
stacl:
out
the
caps.
moclulatin[.
paragraph
(SCO
opened
are
tbc
clean
e!jtcr
shell
contain9
Eafflc9
two
to
insulated
proper
1-13).
operation
dissolved
the
basl:et
solution.
The
is
tank
as
a
certain
(D)
the
steam
cuttin~
exceeds
will
300
the
dis-
close
the
dis.
if
if
fuel
psi
rises.
discharKc
close if
cycle,
off
valves that
pressure
heater
will
valve
means
water
level
a
by
heater
the
from
valve
dischar~e
one
(E)
nozzle.
will
close,
nozzle.
A
form
as
vnlve (A)
in
pressuro
chemical
to
are Sprint-loaded
when
CIOSCJ,
s)~stem.
the
Dry
tanl:
1,:111
serves
water
control
CO;IPOLI!D T/U!K.
in
One
TAIIK.
into
the
bc
reduced
C1OSC
Therefore,
(A)
rinse
is
modulating
dischar~e
WATER CO>lPOUhl) SYSTEJ1
end
only
:Mulntin:
and
valve
1-25.
solution
fuel
nn
heater
established
valves
flow
will
exceeded.
charce
exceeds
Fuel
they
psi
off
can
modulating
burner.
110
cutting
and
been
coil~
contain~
permits
have
The
trangfer.
tb.e
also
within
fuel.
hrnt
around
valve
criteria
coil
the
cycle.
flow
rinse
of
henter
safety
exceeds
the
continuoufi
efficient
The
pressure
In
a
combustion
charCe
pressure
for
plate.
The
certain
is
combustion
designed
heater
.l~ULATIi!G
1-24.
Control
The
the
valve
safety
The
heated
coil
top
valves
The
is
float
in
the
cleaninC
sufficient
also
to
bat!<-siphoning
19
mounted
at
of
the
inlet
tank.
the
obtain
a
valve
(soap)
solution.
durin~
contains
prevent
compound
concentrated
aGitation
to
type
mixed
with
set-up
~raduated
placed
procedure.
concentration
indicator
water
dry compound is
operational
normal
level
is
The
for
in
5
a
full
Canon
increments.
1-28.
COPOUCID
by the
compound
tank
to
the
of
compound
of
the
inlet
of
solution
cleaning
adjusted
(SOAP)
:iCT221?!G
metering
vapor
between
O
the
VALVE.
which
solution
from
the
compound
solution
to
adjusted
based
14!,
11.8
on
from
parts
of
This
tan]:
the
per
clear
cleaninC
concentrate
mountccl
pump.
Gallons
the
The
is
compound
discharged
and
Valve
1s
valve
in
the
valve
and
thus
steam
Cun,
hour
and
water.
rnte
line
of
maintains
controls
The
is
a
the
is
graduated
delivery
concentration
capacity
part
reculated
compound
constant
the
valve
introduce one
Dial
flow
from
of
should
be
concentrated
from
operation.
8
0-10.
Ths
PUMP ●
1-29.
water and
1-30.
pump
solution
is a positive
through
BY-PASS VALVES.
discharge
of the
The
by-pass
rinse
The
is
steam gun nozzle
set
of
300 gph
operation.
pounds
1-32.
BLOW DOWN VALVE.
4-9
for
furth&
Both
valves
Cph
of
function
the
suction
constant
rinse
when
are qlosed
is to pump
pressure.
water.
only one
when the
and
rate
of
flow.
The 300
300
gph
600 gph
or two
are in operation.
in
lim..and
between
is set to maintain a flow
PRESSURE GAUGE..
INTAKE
connected
to maintain a fairly
500
beating coil,
coil
set
whose
flow and
valves
are
pump
a constant
of
is in
ing
at
maintain a flow
300 gph steam gun nozzles
Ihrr-
by-pass
to
displacement
heater
solution pump
gph vapor by-pees
1-31.
the
per
ie usect
This gauge
square
inch,
This
when the
clarification
~asures
which is
valve
is
heating
the
inlet
also
the
installed
coil
on
is blown
pressure
pump
the
inlet
down.
to
Refer
blow down procedures. This valve
on
into
discharge
the
to
is
the
PreSSUre’.
heat-
paragraph
nOrWHY
closed.
1-33.
S-Y
relief
valve
exceeds
350
RELISF
VALVE.
provides
psi.
system
pressure
Connected
automatic
Tbe
safety
exceeds
relief
relief
the
1-34.
DISCF??E
measure
1-35.
DISCHARGE ELGW DCM1 VALVE.
line from the
coil.
This
PRESSUSE GAUGE.
pressure
heating
valve
is
coil
heater
the
event
valve
discharge
that water
is normally
of
This
the
and
is
gauge
Is
discharge
closed
This valve
used
only
connected
from
the
piping,
system
and
the
eafety
pressure
opens
when
the
closed.
VALVES.
Manually controlled
in
the
system to
ac-
heater.
is mounted
during
normally
NISCELLAI!EGUS
1-36.
the
in
settinE.
curate
the
in
the
directly on the
blow
operating
down
of
valves
the
are
discharge
heating
summarised
below:
a.
Snubber
b.
Float
c.
valves
Compound
from
provide
tank valve
the
tank
fill
heater
for
controls
valve
shut
off
and
water flow
controls
dampening
from float
water
and is used to dissolve
flow
to
the
soap
of
tank
the
in
the
pressure
to pump.
compound
the
tank
compound
tank .
9
gauges.
E LIZ(TI’2 ICAL SYSTI?,iJ,
1-37.
1-38.
CCNT2U
ponents
BOX.
(See
Figure
component
This
of
the
electrical
control
facilitate
the
connection
of
WI’OR .
1-39.
operatio~
water
pump,
spark
atomized
fuel
pump
three phase
contactor
the
contains
In
meter
will
means
to
record
SWITCH*
1-43.
switch
The
has
power
Ignition
power
The
and
motor
One
ie
the
manually
switch
to
is
main
after
1-44.
1-45.
must
The
Is Ohieldetf
IOi!ITIOIl
purpose
is
LEAD.
to
out
or
for
the
provided
ccanto
is
designed
The
motor
for
continuous
drives
+b-
of
This
the
is used
fuel
to
when
produce
It
is
contactor
power
designed
to
the
for
motor.
The
is
across
time
running.
the
It
Is
procedures
switch
the
the
of
provides
cleaner
for
imput
steam
provided
should
for
all
power
be
all
line
cleaner.
as
a
and
The
hour-
convenient
performed.
operations
operations.
The
of
the
main
are:
the
flow
1)
off
2)
Cold
for
hich
radio
Ilinse
and
Hl?-LF Reset
Burner
burner
position
condition
provides
provide
provide
transformer
Ignites
relays.
servicing
operated
low
igniter
to
and
source,
operating
connected
motor
enercizes
These
be
temperature
IG~? ITT R.
igniter
whose
switch
high
rpm
is a magnetic
supply
operating
3)
The
1750
gqoundwhich
overload
periodic
3 positions.
hp.
starter
cumulative
whenever
main
is
nozzle.
function
when
mounting
block
blower.
The
the
determine
cleaner.
at
The hourmeter
hours,
3
and
termia..l
components.
60.cycle
protective
IIOIJRNETER.
1-42.
records,
outside
housing
A
rated
burner
Its
a
volt,
electrode
STARTER.
power.
as
is
TM!SFORi.l13i/.
through
serves
components.
220
and
between the
1.1(YI’OR
1-41.
motor
3-phase,
IGNITION
1 - 4 0 .
the
The
a
the
3)
the
radia
tension
has
spark
to reset
shut
for
Interference
lead
interference
is
down
the
safety
control
the burner.
ignition
of
the
fuel.
The
protection.
encased
protection
In a
for
metal
the
braid
high
tension
system.
10
FIG. 3
11
1-46.
SAF:.TY CYCE
1-47.
G3!2;iAL D? SC.IIPTICT”.
controls
The
low
as
Low
2.
I)urner Flame
flow
flow
the
switch
fuel
reset
will
safety
cycle
is
divided
into
t~~o scpar,
ate
to
are
the
be
:“i~h
Tcnpex”ature
open
the
exceeded.
these
to
the
heater
low
\vater
controls
must
If
burner
if
hratrr
oFeJ)
will
or
reset
not
provided
safety
cycle
function
wit]?
for
the
any
before
the
s~>itch
that
will
the
all
stops
main
reason,
fuel
with
if
w!cn
h tenperc~turcs
rcsrt
fails
is
the
only
hi-
be
flame
control
the
~.vill
The
starting.
aml
cycle
switch
‘.,’hcn
sat!sfied.
burner,
correctec!
safety
temperature
arc
priOr
Control.
Control.
hi~b
lini~s
position
must
and
T;,.
conditions
of
tlan
Flow
water.
tcm:)crature
safety
The
follovs:
1.
sufficient
safe
cIi;curr.
in
condi-
flow
to
t!?e
burner.
From
be
an
seen
analysis
of
ti,:lt
sqfety
the
:!~e
a.
is
b,
burner
DurinC
provided
supply
open
close,
is
aLain
have
the
lost.
as
drops
off
lone
circuit
to
assembly
tacts.
Flow
approaches
the
60
a
to
to
u])lcss
been
has
burner
will
re-cyclinc,
its
cycle
fuel
~ph,
switch
the
heatinC
supply
burner
above
explanation,
perforn
tb,r
sufficient
it
c,an
follo~.vin[,:
v:ater
pur:,ed.
be
shut
down
t!,c
time
delay
before
is
a
coil
fuel
of
contacts
valves.
ma~netically
of
Tic
60
if
the
relay
will
vjill
flov
~ph
flow
actuates
as
in
to
this
s~!itch
The
the
switch
the
discharre
result
causin~
switch
the
pump
would
burner.
the
detected
the
occur,
thus
the
in
which
failure
from
flow
accurately
located
switches,
supply
the
solenoid
are
flow
water
the
there
which
rates
the
to
as
the
shuttle
tbe
“fired-up”
complete
The
Should
below
dia[;ram
heater
the
Upon
to
damaze
circuit
cuttlnL
be
the
and
automatically
burner.
prevent
failure.
closed
flow
the
to
and
operation,
flame
wirln::
functions
cannot
LO’,,’ FLCT! S’, !ITCP.
1-48.
be
sclmnatlc
cycle
provided ,
the
ly
the
the
flow
switch
close,
consists
hermetically
shuttle
water
of
thus
a
is
water
awtorviticalvalve
to
contacts
will
line;
the
if
de-ener[izinz
sprin~
sealed
assembly
line
a
will
solenoid
incominC
will
from
loaded
switch
leaves
seat.
12
or
con-
HIG}:
1 - 4 9 .
limit
has
iW,Z’Eil
1 - 5 0 .
photo
of
the
time
FLA:iS
burner
The
relay
This
which
For
n
control
i8
in
Temperature
set
control
The
flrunn
turn
complete
see
Ilitih
switch
detector.
contact.
flame
This
CCt:TROL.
flame
delay
its
S’:/I~Ho
exceeded.
sensitive
through
the
TE:FZRATWTE
been
to
at
of
detector
control
permits
a
operation
of
operation
the
when
cloees
the
safe
350*.
consists
description
separate
Switch
close
time
of
relay
delay
controls
the
fuel
sequence
instructions
of
at
the
a
and
operation
solenoids
of
o~rntion
rear
the
of
this
manual.
1 - 5 1 .
fuel
admitted
SECTION
II.
GZ?:17ibU.
2 - 2 .
!!o
this
to
special
equipment
SECTION
III.
SZiWICS
tools
am roquirod
other
than
P.?& P,UMTICX’
USZ,
3 - 2 .
WNPXKI?U3.
The
cleaner
except
the
of
that
crate
the
3 - 4 .
in
close
into
4
the
hours
Fill
vin
Uait
is electrically
before
only
pover
02
tools
servlw
nnd
or maintenance
pipe
wrenches.
SI:IP:E:’T
complete
unpncklnr’
accessorlos
roroving
t?nndles
nr.d
items
aCainst
pacl(ln~
list
lnsuro
fuel
in
rind
tank
cood
physicnl
electrlcnl
by
neck.
removin~
The
fuel
to
fastened
nccossnry
control
nnd
when
art=
Gau(:es,
writer
exercised
with
prec?mtions
the
cleaner
sheet
that
Parts
all
Plato
“condition.
frcr!
~atal
the
services.
tho
filler
cap
nnd
tank
cnpncity
1s
.IPI
Grnvlty;
this
OFF
nnd
the
pourin~
the
sufiiclent
operntion.
Use
SWPPLY.
operation,
he
filler
Xerosene
.
electrical
heater
tb
the
the
includee
5LZT’:?IC,\L
for
to
to
CAW’ICt’.
tke
shipped
special
present
the
continuous
into
period
should
nll
proximity
tank
of
care
tire
is
:’o
riamaco
Chock
FbfEL SWPPLY.
fuel
for
prevent
accessories
nacos.sary
3 - 3 .
rensonahlo
to
equipment.
clenrmr
crate.
the
rnec!x!nlcs
STONAG2
FOR US::,
FCM
one
for
ordinnry
PRZPAMTIC?!
within
pur~e
TOOLS
3 - 1 .
securely
a 20 second
burner.
the
SPXIAL
2 - 1 .
of
Prwide~
TI:JZ DEL.AY RELAY.
in
fuels
and
Plnce
supply
havin:;
li~ht
the
30
lliosel
kin
hnvinc
to
38
fuel.
Switch
propor
to
plur
chnractcrlsitcs.
por:er
Check
cable
that
Crounded.
13
the
F!ur!i :
The unit is shipped wired for 3-phase, 220 voltS,
60 cycle operation.
CA~ICl!.
i!ever operate from a source havinr any other
characteristics.
If an additional lencth of electrical
cord 1s required use a 12 GauCe 4 conductor cord. DO
nOt exceed an additional lenGth of 50 ft.
3-5.
VATEl SUPPLY.
3-6. GEI:EML.
The cleaner is furnished with tu,o water ha assemblies; one is
designed for supplying water to the unit from a pressure source end the other
for drawing water from a stream, well or other suction source.
3-7. PRESSU?E SOUICE. Att~h the 50 ft. water supply hose to the water inlet
connection at the rear of the unit. This is a 1“ I.D. hose. Sccurc the other
end to a supply havinc a static pressure between 25 and 125 psi and a voIume Of
not less than 600 Cph when operatinG the cleaner. Turn on tho water supply and
allow the float tank to fill.
3-8. SUCTIOI! PRESSI-RE SO=. Attach tl:c 25 foot water hose to suction in~’?t
connection at the rear of the unit.
Assenhle the
The is a 1 1/4” I.D. hose.
foot valve to the other end of the hose and close float tanlc valve at the frn~jt
of the cleaner. Place the foot valve in the water source nnd position it so
that it is free of sand and debris that may C1OC it.
Print the hose for faster
action.
I:OTE:
Insufficient water supply will cause tlx? cleaner to
shut down automatically.
However, it is best for o~,rral~ cfficiency to prclv?nt such shut douns.
Thercforc, chock the
water supply at the initial hook-up and pcriOdiCfilly thereafter.
3-9.
[email protected], G~!S AI’D ;’0ZZLH3.
a. Connect
the steam hose to the outlet of one of the discbar!;c valves
If two
if 600 Cph steam clennin~ operation is to be prrforrrd.
GPh steam chaninc) is desired conrect bott)
steam hoses to tbe dischar~e valves.
Use a wrench to ti:’htcn the
clamp nfter the couplinC has been ti~htr?nrd on the outlet.
Wn [email protected] (300
14
b .
c.
Screw the
c-ombinatlon
sure
it
that
is
Attach a nozzle to the
detormlnod
be
Gun
to the free
by
the
of
of clcanln~ to be accompllshod.
stral~ht
b,
Two
stral~ht vapor nozzles, 300
c.
Four
Two offeet
e. Cm
SECTION
vapor
vapor
IV.
CPERATIUJ
G12’21RAL. (See
4-2.
Instructions
nozzle, 600
nozzles,
300
rlnso
Eun.
tho
dietance and
can
to clean
operator
that
be detomlnod
as
rgph
each.
gph each.
section
the
with
cm
500
$ph.
this unit,
Xii
intended
aro
Ilecause
nozzle
to acquaint the
of the ~reat variety
no
attempt
1s
made
actual cloanin~.
held
from
the
in
The
surface
operator
of equipment
to
this handbook
most
be
effective
cleaned
in a few seconds after tho operation has becun.
CAW sa~ .
As a
overspray
or splash from
PIWCAWICRS
nozzles:
to the manner of
precaution,
that would otherwise
4-3.
Will
1)
:ivon i~ this
n~le
of nozzle
choice
II!STRLCTIC?’S.
Figure
possible
instruct
The
~ph each.
nozzle,
with each every phase of operation.
that It ie
nakiny
j-ph.
vapor nozzlos, 600
hi~h pressure
4 - 1 .
to
the
000
d.
hoso,
stem
end
a.
offset
the
typo
cloarmr s aquipped with tho follnwin~
The
end of
sccuro.
care
should be taken
electrical
be damaced
to keep the
equipment or any material
by cleanln~ compound and water.
TO IX 00SUWSD.
Ww I?ffi
1.
?!ever
before
fill
the
fuel
tank
pouring
fuel
as
with
the
hot
the burner
exhaust
firin~.
from
the
Allow
staclc
tho unit to cool
nay
i~nite
tko
fumee.
2.
I!ever touch the
electrodes
while
the
ignition circuit is enercized.
15
.3.
8ecum the
solution
gun
from
operators
4.
not.
IS
necessary.
Check
6.
When
operate
all
after
7.
8.
Uake
sure
at
Check
the
counter
and
the
flows
that
all
the
times
the
2.
Open
PRELI:lI!!ARY
the
co
is
must
%in
be
Run
the
air
circulation
open.
burnor
the
caps
or
motor.
pump
chanCed
to
and
the
mnin
and
as
closed
rotation
rotation
If
immediately
are
unit.
of
Direction
switch
the
first
valves
draining
OFF
on
cycle
position.
shaft.
the
and
position
rinse
burnor
drain
down
the
box
cold
is
1s
in-
follows:
position.
any
two
leads
to
contactor,
is
be
operated
to
the
an
stack
area
CHECKS.
to
the
box
check
indoors,
outside
no smaller
Uefore
and
than
starting
it
to
is
ret..tion
advisable
remove
tho
any
motor
flue
stack
to
acaln.
connect
Use
Cases.
an
an
outlet.
operation
the
checks
outllned
in
should be accomplished.
PRSLI:IIIIARY
CiiSCKS,
RE71ARXS
Switch
Hake
F&l Tank
Compound
Tank
sure
Fuel.
Check
for
Insure
Supply
Electrical
Nanually
is
Valves
Check
valvee
in
aompound
OFF
if
position.
soap
cleaning
done.
supply
220 V 3 phase
Supply
Operated
it
Check
is to be
\Jater
cleanin~
of
Ample
door
CHECKS
Haln
out
quarters.
cabinet
the
into
the
Switch
Control
tho
on
and
of
from
Control
having
4 - 5 .
wntcr or
the
top
to
blowinc
rotation
viewed
the
GO
valves
the
extension
4 - 1
prcwnt
when
restrictions.
heater
Close
f;om
4 - 4 .
of
for
when
connection
extension
T a b l e
will
close
with
nozzle
down
except
when
tho
the
blow
Place
clearer
extremely
unit
never
Start
1.
3.
If
This
personnel
connections
direction
phase
in
heater ,
the
0.
on
operate
from
clockwise
correct,
cleaner
startinr,
water
tight
sprayed
the
hoses
on
location.
safe
Always
operating
switch
a
hands.
Do
5.
in
belnc
that
are
all
is
adequate.
supply.
12 amp
manually
initially
minimum.
operated
closed.
16
4-6.
STARTIHG THE CLSANM.
(See
Figure
1)
a.
Open the
top cover
of
b.
Fill the
fuel
(3) with a suitable
c.
Connect
open
the
water
float
float
tank
tank
tank
the
eupply.
valve
valve
cleaner.
If a preesure
source
of
water
If a suction
source
of
water
(9).
remains
fuel.
closed
in
order
t? by-pass
the
is used,.
is used,
float
tank.
d,
Prepare eoap
concentrate
1.
compound
Open
the
basket
the
baeket
with
in
Close
3.
Connect
4.
Connect desired
s.
Open suitable
valves
(8,
steam.
cover
If 600 gph
(21)
17
and
hoses
and
fill
the
soap
compound
MU-C.-11494. &ng
Compound
11).
and
nozzle
and
guns
to
discharge
valves
(18)
or
(19).
to end of steam gun.
valve for
vapor operation
(22)
remain
Open solution tank
valve
rinee
(22)
or 300 gph vapor
Place the
8.
When
compound
fill
valve
the
is desired,
both by-pass
closed.
fill valve
(10)
and
close
soap
metering
(8).
7.
iMAIN
Switch (20)
tank
(4)
heater
as
2.
When hot water or vapor
(1) until
is full
close
valve
with the
to fill
rinse
is used
should
bo opened
op-snod
at the
full,
from
valve
tmzale
valve
comes
fill
It is advisable
abwe
hlf
close
solution
tank
Switch to burner position.
.
tank
After tank
one
Rinse.
follows:
Place Main
solution
IS
to Cold
(10).
1.
NUIE :
(14)
Cleaning
tank,
by-pass
valves
Start
follows:
operation.
tam :
6.
tanlc
Steam
the
2.
(21)
e.
(5)
as
heater
at
the
only
too wide
outlet
the
nozzle
steam
steam gun,
tank
open the
is
full.
(10).
solution
in
tank
operation.
gun,
sli~htly.
it is
the
solution
the
as described
If a vapor
tknk
f431
With the
tank
poseible
to exceed
which will in turn
Waltid
fill
3500P.
shut down the
burner.
17
f.
4-7.
Set
the
soap
meterlnC
setting
will
be
600
or
GPti
two
a.
VAPOX
One Gun
Operation.
nected
4-8.
the
open
GPE!
VAPOR
300
Open
(90-110
valve
to
Operation.
and
be
GPH
valve
valve
gph
300
(18
be
steam
gph
settlnc.
either
nozzle
(the
other
and
PSI).
can
open
the
soap
This
judGement.
one
to
which
a
one
ona
Is
gun
Cun.
con-
closed.
eteam
nozzle
to
each
19).
This
Is
a
one
gun
operation.
(21).
to
for
This
19)
and
the
90-110
desired
600
or
valves
GPH nozzle
discharge
the
(18
Connect
by-pass
at
operators
PSI),
used)
digcha,rge
CXWi?ATIU!
Connect 300
c.
Gun
Eun
Open
b.
to
(8)
the
Connect
discharge
Two Gun
300
a.
OPEXATICY
operation.
one
valve
matter of
gun
:{eep
b.
a
one
the
gun.
operatinG
gun
and
close
adjacent
valve.
d.
4-9.
Place Main
500
a.
GPH W1’ ‘JATER RII’SE
Open
by-pass
Connect the
c.
Open
the
500
burner
(300
PSI).
valve
(22).
GPH
rinse
discharge
valve
adjacent
discharge
valve.
Set
Switch
:Iain
500
GPII
a.
Open
b.
Connect
c.
Open
d.
4-11.
rinse
b.
d.
4-10.
Switch (20)in
COLD
rineo
500
for
(300
valve
GPli
valve
discharce
valve.
:lain
DCWN OF
hours
of
(20)
Cun.
operatl~
gun
and
close
the
position.
(22).
nozzle
for
to
the
cold
to
one
Cun.
operating
rinse
Gun
and
close
tb
pcmltion.
HEATIl!G COIL
The
houra
Switch
one
PSI)
rinse
discharge
to
the
burner
the
1’UI’E :
8
311’S2
by-pass
the
to
nozzle
adjacent
Place
BLOW
!ATER
(20)
position.
of
blow
down
operation
operation
in
procedure
(consult
areas
should
the
be
perforred
hourmeter)
containin~
hard
or
after
after
every
every
4
water.
18
a.
Place
b.
Yken
the
the
cleaner
cleaner
blow down valve
c.
valvee
(18
Permit
cleaner
roaches
(11)
steam
turns.
full
to operate
Do
45 seconds
down
not
discharCe
f.
c.
for
permit
place
for
45
intake
valve
(17).
Place
:lain
steam
and
Open
Main
Switch
unit
to
THE
to
to
than tho
coil
will
and
permit
cleaner
Cold
and
open
itinso.
Stand
result.
to
blow
water
valve
is
blow down
of
Switch (20) to Durner
clear
the
clenr
:Ain
until
of
dlschar~e
place
outlet
as
outloto
position.
discharged.
Place
~F.
valvee and close discharGe blow down valve (17).
COIL.
Close
c.
Attach the
all
(11)
out
b.
the
from
delivery
hoee.
valves.
free
and secure it in
culate
heater
flow
Disconnect delivery Cun
Place the
loncer
to operate
to the
will
flush
(20)
valve
a.
d.
only.
Ewitch to WF.
(20)
water
dlscharce
DSSCALZ”G
dischar~e
closed.
blow down
hot
:~in S~”.’itch
i.
the inta!{e
close
15 seconds,
Close
Permit
Immediately
seconds
cleaner
as dama~e
valves
Do I!ot
WNC:E<G:”
—— —
h.
operation.
10)0
~n the intake blow down vnlve full
e.
4-12.
Cph
full opsratln~ prossure open
two
specified
Immediately
600
the
CAUTICt!:
Kaep
d.
and
in
:Iain
end
of the delivery
place
Switch
with
(20)
to the
hose
float
tank
(6)
wire.
to
Cold
aml
Rinse
let
cold
water cir-
for two minutes.
e.
Place :Jain Switch to OFF.
f.
Turn
off the
water
supply
and
remove
water
the
supply
hose
from
the unit.
c.
Lower tha water level in the float
the
h.
Place the main switch to Cold
descalinfg
1.
tank
to
within
6
Inchee
from
top edge.
acid in the
Let the machine
deacaling
acid.
run
for
3inse
and
slowly
add one quart
of
float tank.
five
iiepeat this
minutes
and
operation
add
until
another
quart of
a
of six
total
quarts
19
of
descaling
has been used,
acid
Do not
use a full strength
concentrate.
j.
Let
the
machine
run
for
an
additional
15
minutes.
Place
the
Uain Switch to OFF.
k. Remove
the
delivery
receptacle
for
1. Reconnect
the
m.
Win
Place
the
run for
n. Place
20
4-13.
water
and
RSMOVING
operation.
Remove
b.
operate
c.
Ineert
stack
the
the
e.
4-14.
Replace
DOW.
ehut
the
of
gun
in
4-15.
place
It in
a
all P.v+n
machine
with clear
to
water.
component.
COIL.
out
the
cape
Cold
every
8
hours
of
(25).
Rinse
operation.
each safety
epray
until
operation
in
clear
ae
vent
many
water
opening
directions
runs
out
of
(25)
as
and
flue
possible.
drain.
(37).
The
extent
cleaner
term
paragraph
and
hourmeter.
into
Direct
eervice.
long
the
on
nozzle
to
down
For
shut
which
depends
periodic
work or for eervicing
For
tank
and permit the
Rinee
deeooting
cleaner
cap
float
to flueh
tank
clean
cleaning
SHIYI’
out
the
Coneult
opening.
d. Continue
Cold
order
float
heater
the
of
in
FROll THS HEATING
I!UI’E: Perform
a.
the
to OFF,
clean
SOUI’
from
eupply.
Switch
minutes
Main Switch
O. Inspect
hose
diepoeal,
the
on
operator
the
shut
length
down,
L.c.,
follow the directions
down,
i.e.,
etorage,
must
go in
of time
the
given
follow
end
in
the
order
it is
of
to
to be
the
dayts
paragraph
directions
4-15.
given
4-16.
PERIODIC SHU1’ DCM1.
a.
b.
c.
Place
the
main
switch
metering
valve.
Turn off
the
electric
eource.
Store
the
prepare
water
cable,
to
supply
hoees,
the
OPF
and
gune
position’and
remove
and
the
other
power
close
the
soap
cable from
acceeeorles
In
the
their
place.
20
4 - 1 6 . .—-—
mm mm
(STORAGE) SHUT mm,
.—
-—......—. —. .—
a. Elm dmn
main
tha heating
switch
CO?L1
as
directed
in
paragraph
4-10.
Place
to &F position.
. .
b. Turn off the Water eupply.
c.
Open
d.
D;ain
the
discharge
the
c??ain
conpound
valves
e.
Blow
f.
Drain
g.
Disconnect
4-17.
the
unit
the
STORAGE
blow
tank,
out
tank
and
intake
float
blow
tank by
down valve
opening
their
with
compresated
air.
pump.
ell
hoees,
ISl F?W73h!G
b.
Blow out the heating
c*
Break
all
gune,
water frcdn
union at
gallon of
nozzles,
cable
and
other
acceeeorles.
‘1’!31,PI?R.4TURES
Remove
the
fuel
and
or pMJgs.
a.
one
down valve (17)
the
tanks,
plumbing
ooil with compressed
the u~htion
anti-freeze
tank
into the
fill
heater
and pump.
air to remove
vclve
(10)
all water.
and
coil through
put
thie
connection.
d.
Freezing wat.ar
in the heater
Preventative measures
the
coil can reeult
muet be taken
to remove
in a broken coil.
all water from
system.
21
(11).
SECTION V
lHAINTZI:ANCE NID LUBR ICAT ICX~
PERItX) IC lT:SPZCT Iml ,
5-1.
GE!SRAL .
5-2.
Overall
periodic
inspection
tests
sequence.
and
Paragraph
Information
PE31U)IC
5-4.
DAILY
measures
references
are
given
b.
Check the
fuel
c.
Start
cleaner
the
pump
clean fire
tion
of
faulty
wheel
When the
PSI
suction
in
and
the
these
requires
carried
a
out
instructions
series
in
of
proper
whenever
further
and
Check all
any
and
secured.
pressure
and
physical
any
couplings.
damage.
the
smoke
dirty
burner
registers
in
the
Hoses
CouplinEs
flue
is
an
burner
nozzles
stack
indicacon3i-
and-
approximately
300
piping.
must
must
of
blisters
correctly
attached
be
be
free
IilSPECTICN.
b.
Check
the
supply
instructions
The air
30
the
a. Blow down
of
petcock
charge
HCUR
of
pump
the
on
seconds
(paragraph
compound
outlined in
chamber
the
mately
EIGW
a
4-4.
accumulation.
Check
Elack
indicates
gauge
leake
Blow down the heating coils
Open
cycle.
operationi.”.Giieclc
tighten
hoses
and
and
sediment
smoke.
Srioke
4-3
rotation.
discharge
check
HCUR
bltier
for
Rinse
from
air.
a.
c.
be
paragraphs
filter
Hot
freedom
Insufficierit
tion or
blower
FCIJII
in
cleaner
must
IYSPECTI(X!.
Check tti instructions, given in
e.
the
a malfunction.
a.
d.
of
which
XILSPSCTIC?J!.
for
5-6.
maintenance
may be required to correct
5-3.
5-5.
and
corrective
must
suction
while
chamber
concentrate.
paragraph
punp
the
the
4-11)
Prepare
hard
according
water.
to
4-5d.
be
air
pump
after
of
in areas
is
which
properly
chamber
charged
(tee)
with
for
operating.
This
the
should
petcock
air.
approxiaction
be
will
closed.
INSPECTION.
the heating
coils
(paragraph
4-11)
in areas
of normal
water.
b.
5-7.
Deeoot
the heating coils
TI?ENTY-FIVS
HOUR
(Figure
to instructions
in
paragraph
INSPSCTICN.
a. Remove the burner
gap
according
8).
head
(paragraph
Remove
all
5-19)
carbon
and check the
deposits
from
electrode
the electrodes.
22
4-12.
b .
Remwe
and clean
5-8.
MAIHTENAN!E .
5-9.
GENmA14.
inspections
functioning
component
for
the
be
should
the
the
rise
o~tsi~e
end
functioning
however,
the
the
Check
through
(5-7)
the
instructions
be
ball
to flow into
close
the
the
off
will
float
the
If
tables of
the
by competent
the
tank.
is
for leakage
any
the
ball
full,
th
and
the
valve
tank,
holes
etc.
should allow
again
ball
is not
thereby
for wear and replace
and solder
VI.
repair,
end check
If the
into the
mal-
personnel.
tank
Release
water,
to flow
plunger
supply
the
sufficiently
inccming
required
Section
disassembly,
down into
tank
continue
valve
in
accomplished
procedures
and for rectifying
Turn on the water
Pressing
water
Check
that
ASSEMBLY.
valve.
valve
water to werflow,
5-3)
should
source
of
properly,
necessary ,
instruct ions are maintenance
components
action
in the burner nozzles.
indicated in the trouble shooting
5 - 1 0 . FLOAT llAI1. AHD VALVE
—actlon of tbe float vzlveo
observe
strainer
(paragraphs
understood,
individual
water from
scxeen
The following
by periodic
It should
the
causing
plunger
lf
found after
removing
water.
5-11.
beltm
WA~R
for
be chscked
5-12.
5-13.
drain
PUW.
If
slippage
for
the
end
CLEAtlIRG
plugs
AND
from
II!SPECTION.
the
5-14.
FUEL FILTER.
Close
bowl
and
remove
sediment
from
the
bowl
Tighten
on filter
cap
PUMP.
Ths
authorized
IHTAKE
be removed
tank
separate
servicing
performed
wrench
in
bowl.
drain
off
pressure,
are
tight,
check
the
proper
@en
To
check
into
the
the
plug
the
cover
the
pump
should
cap
and
position
and
parts
the
ecrew
the
tanks
on
bottom
filter.
Remove
and replaca
gasket
and
and
open bleed
screw
screw.
sheets
fuel
remove
Flush the
pump
at
are
rear
the
of
thie
only
ones
personnel.
tightneee
and
Loosen
and
Remove
gasket
Close bleed
on
of
the
tighten
the
offset socket wrench.
Take”
fluid.
fuel tank valve
procaduree
by operating
of operation,
off
valve.
Remove
instructions
ST.XAIMM RIHIOVAL,
a 7/16 inch
by hand.
and
shut
filter
holding
(See
key
FUELPUW
body with
replace
PORT PLUG.
3/8 inch Allen
fuel
tanks
all air hae been removed.
following
tO be
the
bowl carefully.
screw
top untill
FUEL
manual).
5-17.
required
If belts
After each 500 hours
bottom of
of metal
5-16.
maintain
neceseary.
TANSC3.
.
5-15.
cannot
if
wear or damage.
clean.
bowl.
pump
tighten
cover
to
unused
the
8 screws
After
the
gasket
port,
holding
screws
off
insert
a
right.
and
the cover
are
lift
loose
to the
they
strainer
23
may
out.
As the strainer
chamber
will
immediately
in
the
tears.
out.
fill
strainer
or very hot
or
disassembles horizontally all of the dirty oil in
run
the
Thie
water
desirable
strainer
chamber.
as
as
otherwise
the
pressure
strainer
from
necessary.
with
a faucet.
Inspect
the
Clean
after cleaninc.
Clean
under
Replace
is
the
dirty
out
any
kerosene,
Inspect
Casket
dirt
strainer
would
remaining
trichlorethylene
the
for
the
oil
strainer
wear
or
for
tears.
dents
Replace
if necessary.
Secure
RE-ASSEN8LY
. d
the strainer
5 - 1 9 .
IXJRH?3R
5 - 1 8 .
Position
KEAD*
(See
ignition
the
b.
Remove
the
burner
cover
fasten
the
burner
head
Carefully
its
head
CLIW’IIG
cabla
tubing
the
Care
from
the
lines
plate
(2)
the
burner
and
replace
gaskets
and
the
strainer.
screws.
igniter.
(l).
by
remwing
burner
head
have
out
the
ecrews
which
housing.
of
the
housing
and
lay
it
the
burner
and
the
on
carbon
electrode
Remove
burner
for
part
exercieed
not
when
insulators
been
removing
crack
easily
flame
disconnected.
IIR3PECTICT!,
Checlc
the
be
porcelain
Clean-all
each
fuel
to
should
the
leads
Ai!D
screens
Remove
d.
Disassemble
carbon
compressed
deposits
gap
nozzles
holes;
with
c.
5-22.
two
lift
since
detector
b.
body
the
side,
CAUI’ICC:
a.
pump
with
REKVAL.
Disconnect
5 - 2 1 .
in
body
4)
a.
c.
gasket
puinp
Figure
Remove
‘i[AII! ~L !G:
5 - 2 0 .
the
cover to the
from
and
(3
and
solder
or
compressed
depoeit
dribble
air.
valves
Replace
4)
if
electrodes
as shown
and
as
making
and
burner
Figure
(5)
clean
and
the
Blow
grit
nozzle.
4.
Check
necessary.
certain
electrodes
(8)
and
in
disassemble.
replace
air,
from
the
adjust
is
out
removed.
(6).
inside.
B1OW
out
with
necessary.
ASSE>IRLY,
a.
b.
c.
Reassemble
the
replace
in
burner
Replace
burner
head
parts.
Secure
the
Connect
the
two
burner
nozzles,
dribbe
valves
bein~
careful
and
electrodes,
and
head.
in
head
tubing
housinC,
to
fuel
the
not
to
damage
any
housing.
lines.
24
5-23.
ELECTRICAL SY$TKU.
5-24.
Trouble in
Of a component
the
or
(See
9)
electrical system msy be
a ~chantcal
electrical, component
to become
other eystem
ehooting
trouble
Figure
failure
in
inoperative.
tables
caused
another
by an electrical failure
system.
which mav cause
It is advis~ble
causes lieted h
if the
the
to al~o check
table
6-3
the
are not
applicable.
5-25.
5-26.
from
AdJUSTUEImS.
—.——
G?R:!$RAL
-. . . ..- =
the ck%aner
5-27.
The
following
and
are
the
adjustments do not
only
ones
require
authorized
any component
by operating
removal
personnel.
eafety
S!3’FTY W7LICF VAL~
To increase or decrease the pop off point on
—-...—-,.. __
rel;c.f valve remove the cap and turn the adjusting screw clockwiee
crease
the
relief
pressure
and
counterclockwise
to
decrease
the
relief
the
to in-
pressure.
FUEL MOT!I~TIl!G VALVES.
Modulating valvee are set at the factory but MSy
— .-e—, . . . . ..,_ ___
reset ii ~~~i:eed by me~nc of the adjusting screw on top of the valves. Turning
5-28.
be
the
adJusting
decreaee
the
countercloc~iee will increase
screw
pressure.
%inse
valve
ehould
pressure
and
clockwise
set for a cut-out
be
pressure
will
of
110
psi.
5-29.
CABXITET
5-30.
ND GUH ASSEHEJLIES.
CmElET.
moved
Any or
all
by unscrewing the
tenance
of
the
cabinet
or straightening
is required
damaged
parts
The nozzles
5-31.
standard
pipe
found
doors
and
of
metal
repair
provided
can
from
way up into the
from
any metal
gun.
Replace
packing
and make
after
reassembly.
5-33.
Pure.
5-34.
KJrol? *
Lubricate
Every
a.
VIPS
b.
~Hth the
and
the
12
Figure
per
area of
motor
replace
the
be accomplished
alignment
gun
can be re-
sCTSW8.
proper
be used
Ho main-
by welding
can be maintained.
in the same
to blow out
Carbon tetrachlaride
fashion
as
any foreign
may be used
sure all
connections
are
4)
separate
monthe
cabinet
machine
components.
tightened
(See
and
only
the
securely
LUBRICATIQT.
cleaner
that original
CAW IC$l :
5-32.
the
screws
Compressed air should
its
dirt of grease
and
sheet
can be removed
connections.
matter which has
to remove
panels
attaching
instruction
lubricate
end
the
bells,
motor
front
shut downs remove
with a lubrication
sheet
the
and
as
at
rear
of
tbe
manual.
follows:
rear.
plug at the top of the end bell
Remove drain plug at bottom
fitting.
of end bell.
c,
Inject
new
Erease
been forced-out
Alvania
with a preesure
of the
Grease #2 or
d.
Run motor
e.
Replace
be~ing
gun until
thr&gh the
Phillips 113
and
for approximately 5 minutes
drain plug.
all the
old
crease
has
dra, n.- Uee Shell
greaee
RB #2 Grease.
to relieve
bear
ng
of
excess
25
greaseg
FIG. 4
26
SECTION
VI
TROUSLE SHCXXINO
6-1.
OBFJSSAL
6-2.
The
trouble
shooting
charts
in
this
am arranged
section
according
to
the
major ● ysteme 0s tbe Umlt.
T A B L E 6-1.
W~lBR COMPOWD SYSTSbl TJMxJBLS
TSOUBIS
PR-ABLZ CAUSE
?!0 water or insufficient
Loss
volume of water thrqh
due to low
Cleaning
of motor
SHUOTING
REiusDY
Check electrical
speed
llnlpply .
voltage.
gum.
Belt
slippage.
Mjuat
or
replace.
cAwTItm!
If
thle occurs
dowm
Insufficient
shut
cleaner Immediately
to avoid damiage to hose.
Seset
float
water
eupply
tank.
least
600
------ ---- ----- -----
-----
Unit fails to reach
Scale
operating
coil ●
pressure.
water
supply in float
and
lime
----
----
in
Compound
failm
pear at gun.
to
ap-
.
-----
-
Blow down boiler
water
replace
-----
No compound
compound
-----
Clog6ed
if
pump;
necessary~
(See
separate
haul
instructions.)
over-
----- ------
Cbeck
in
tank,
Remove
and
clean.
Up.
Defective soap
valve
or
meter-
Replace
or reeet.
improperly
set.
27
.-
refill
if necessary.
tank.
Suction line
ing
---- ----
Check
water
pump.
. . . . . -----
at
OPH.
or descale.
Worn out
-----
valve;
TABLE
6-1.
VATEil
TZOUBLE
I’lost tank
overflows.
CO TOLE’LI
SYST’E:Il
T,loUDLE
PRODA3LE CAUSE
ml !mY
‘.;aterloG:ed
float
Check
and
repair
defective
\,mlve
and
ball.
Reset
arm
so
shuts
off
float
level
3“
ball
or
float
Improper
settin:
valve
of
operatin~
arm.
-----
Discharge
pressure
higher
than
----
----
restricted
out
of
:un
----
----
from
----
at
top.
----
nozzles.
Remove
and
valves
Adjust
valves.
modulating
of
----
clean.
adjustment.
Boiler
----
Dry steam
----
valve
normal.
Fuel
----
float
valve.
float
-----
SHCU711’G (cent ‘d. )
comeg
----
--
out
----
Worn
Descale.
cloGEed.
----
----
pump.
----
----
Repair
delivery guns.
(See
----
or
----
replace.
separate
overhaul
instructions.)
IIiGh
Cut
Adjust
Temperature.
Out
out
of
to
3500F.
ad.lust-
ment.
Water
leak
at
heater
coils.
Loss
due
----
----
Pump }Iammers.
----
-.
as
of
to
water
low
speed,
volta:e.
Solution
tank
fill
valve
open
wide.
is
----
----
Insufficient
pump
Check
air
----
air
chamber.
in
coils
found
Check
and
electric
inlet
of
air
is
the
supply
valve.
----
vent
cleaner
unit
If
on
----
Open
replace
wiring.
Close down
----
and
necessary.
at
rear
while
the
operating.
vent
valve
open more
than
5
at
the
low
a
time
switch
----
may
shut
burner.
28
is
seconds
flow
down
the
TABLE
6-2.
PWL SYSTEM TROUBLE SR(XYI’ING
RBMSDY
TROUSLS
PROBASLS CAUSE
Pump t&ils to deliver
The
fuel.
supply tank maY be below
“be
fuel
level
in the
Fill
the tank
with fuel.
level of the intake
me in the trek.
and replace.
Clogged fuel filter.
Remove
Large
Tighten all fittings.
air leak in intake
line: fuel
becc&e
air
pump has
Use approved pips
bo&d.
dope.
Bleed
pump
of air.
Coupling between fuel
Tighten Sad/or
pump and drive
replace.
shaft may
be broken or is slipping.
----- -----
Fuel
---.,-
leak.
----- ----- ----- - ---- ---- ---
Tighten
Pump cover may not be
screws.
tight .
Shaft seal leak at
Refer to Overhaul
pump .
Instructions.
Leak at pressure adJust-
Refer to Overhaul
ing
-----
Burner
-----
-----
fails to Ignite.
cap of fuel pump.
Instruction.
----- ----- ----- - ----- -----
Ignition electrode
out or not properly
shorted
-
Re-gap electrode.
net.
Insufficient fuel in tank.
Fill
Ignition cable grounded.
Replace
fuel tank.
frayed
and
broken ignition
cables.
Solenoid valve
inoperative.
Check wiring
to
solenoid.
Burner
-----
-----
-----
Smoke at stack outlet
while burner la
Safety cycle not
See separate
Overhaul
operating.
Instructions.
----- ----- ----- - ---- ---- --Insufficient air to burner.
Check
Improper fuel or water
Check
fan rotation.
in
operation.
fuel tank.
in
fuel
(paragraph
29
3-3.)
TABLE
6-3.
TROURLE
Burner
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM TROUBLE SHOOT ING
REMEDY
PROBASLE CAUSE
fails
Ignition
to
ignite.
or
not
electrode
properly
Check for broken
shorted
electrode
set.
reeet
if
Ignition
rode
set
and
Replace
necessary.
Check
cable grounded.
porcelain
point.
for broken
porcelain
tips.
elect-
and
re-
Replace
if
necessary.
Time
delay
coil
burned
Check
out.
time
Replace
Solenoid
valve
Check
coils burned
if
out .
Burner
----
---- ---- -
Pressure
continues
build up
after
gun shut
off
to
inoperative.
coil.
necessary.
coils.
Replace
necessary.
Consult
separate
Control
Instructions.
Burner
---- ---- ---- ---- -
---- ---- ----
Safety
Check
relief
valve
set
too
high.
cleaning
valve
control
delay
if
operation
or
is
replace
if
of
Adjust
safety valve.
necessary.
closed.
----
Burner
----
cuts
in
----
and
-
out
---- -“-- ---- -----
Insufficient
water
-
---- ---- --
Gun
flow.
clogged
condition
rapidly.
under
water
(Table
Intake
open
blow down valve partly
causing
through
insufficient
Check
exist
system
6-l.)
Close
valve.
---
flow
boiler.
---- ---- ---- -
---- ---- ---- ---- -
---
Ignition spark.
Cracked
Check and
epaced
up.
that
-.
electrodes.
Electrodes
place
incorrectly.
---
adjust.
electrodes
necessary.
Ienition
lead
to electrodes
Ignition
cable
grounding
out.
from
transformer
Connect
lead.
Replace
cable.
disconnected.
damaged,
therebY
---
30
as
Re-
TABLE
6-3.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEid TROUBLE SHOUTING
TROUBLE
PWEIASLE CAUSE
Uilit
Looee
taila to etart.
or
(cent’d. )
REMSDY
defective
electrical
Remove
cover
connector.
control
and
box
check
connect-
ion.
Overload
relay
cut out.
Remove
cover
control
and
box
reset
contactor.
--- -----
-----
Radio interference.
-----
----- ----- -
Shielding
system.
----
----
----
Replace
igniter.
Replace
Ignition
Check bonding
31
lead.
straps.
-
REPLACEiW3!T
This replacement
replacement,
PARTS LIST
parts list illustrates m~or assemblies
Items listed
in the parts
list are
indexed
and parts subject to
and keyed
to
agree
with the appear~ce of the Items in the illustration.
32
FIG. 5
33
FIG.
AND
INDEX NO.
5-
P MT
;!0.
PJC-60G
UI: ITS PIN
DESCil IPTICf:
Steam
cleaner
-1
107
S!cld
-2
106
Heater
-3
108
Fuel
-4
109
Solution
-5
1023
Soap
-6
1019
Float
-7
53350
Float
-8
532oO
Soap
-9
53400
Float
-10
53220
Solution
-11
53220
Intake
blow down
-12
80010
Intake
pressure
-13
48100
Low flow
valve
Solution
tanl:
inlet
-14
--
ASSEX13LY
le f .
easy
1
base
1
1
tan!<
1
tank
basket
1
tti
1
valve
1
1
meterin~ valve
tanlc
suction
tanlc
fill
valve
1
valve
1
1
valve
1
gauGo
1
1
cover
1
-15
59002
Pressure
-16
51300
Suction
-17
53220
DischarCe blow down
-18
53320
Discharge
valve
1
-19
53320
bischarGe
valve
1
-20
46000
,iain
-21
53200
300
1044
inlet
switch
GPII
.300
plug
(See
GPll
-23
53052
-24
1011
-25
56250
Safety
-26
451OC
;,:otor (See
-27
57050
‘R’<ater punp (See
-28
-29
-30
-570(.11
--
500 GPI:
.500
GP:;
Fuel
1
cap
a
1
valve
Fig.
Fig.
i{ef .
7)
Fig.
i?ef .
7)
Ref.
7)
Fig.
Ref.
7)
lef .
openin:;
8001C
Discharge
pressure
-32
94101
Fuel
cap
9310(1
.Fuel
47(JOO
I;nitio:~
fill
fill
1
cau:;c
1
1
scrccn
1
transformer
-34
--
Control panel (See
-35
--
Curncr
control
-36
--
Eurner
assy.
-37
1025
Duct
-38
56100
Fuel
-39
5G1oo
Fuel
-40
4801(1
Solenoid
].CVC1
1
nipple
-31
-33
1
1
orifice
pUnIl ([email protected]
Stacl:
1
nipple
valve
out
Fan (See
1
Ref.
5)
by-pass
vent
Clean
Fig.
orifice
532(N
Air
valve
by-pass
-22
1045
1
cap
Fig.
5)
:;Cf.
reset
(See
:Ic f .
Fig.
8)
modulatin~
valve
‘D’
modulatin~
valve
‘,\’
ilef.
1
-41
1033
-42
4900(1
IIourmeter
-43
80001
Fuel
1
LaU[:e
pressure
1
1
valve
(See
1
Fig.
gau[;r?
5)
iic f .
1
34
FIG. 6
35
FIG. 7
36
FIG. 8
37
I,’uC>. ;.0.
GSX;.U3LY
D:SCilIPTICi’
;C.
l(lfj
l:cater assembly
1
-1
C1103
L’urncr
1
fi-
housinU
-2
1C13
Cl<amp
rin:
-3
105
Inner
shell
-4
1o11
1
cap
assy
1
*
2
-5
24000
:efractory
-6
1009-1
Insulation
half
-7
1009-2”
Ir.sulation
half
-8
51104
Cap,
-9
102
coil
-10
104
Outer
Im
Ease
-11
7-
1(
.
(
--
1
1
1
pipe
1
1
shell
1
assy
.lotor-pump
-1
45100
:Iotor
-2
70100
:Iotor
-3
71100
‘Vt
1
tranamieeion
1
1
pulley
2
belt
-4
1001
-5
91101
llousin: bacl:
-G
911(JO
Blower
-7
91102
I1ousinC
-8
90100
Fan
-9
75000
Punp
Couplinc
1
-10
57001
Fuel
pump
1
-11
7020C
‘:;atcr
pump
-12
57050
‘later
puIIp
t3-
--
::otor
1
Shaft
plate
1
1
Eousin:;
inlet
1
rinG
1
Burner
1
pulley
1
1
assy
1-
1042
2-
51210
3/j-
44?,01
5-
1[)36
ILnitcr
El-
53000
i)rihb]r
7-
58250
Adapter,
8-
58050
13urncr
nozzle
5.5
GPI!
1
‘3-
58060
Llurnrr
nozzle
6.5
GPII
1
lo-
44301
Grfiund
wire
11-
4[)200
ICnitcr
1046
Cover
pl{..tc
1
Pipe,
fuel
2
Drnckct,
Fl,ame
fuel
1
line
detector
1
1
Vi,lvf.
2
2
nozzle
1
lead
1
38
FIG. 9
39
FIG. 10
40
FIG . AND
IImx No.
PAAT
--
9.
UNITS PER
No.
-1
49000
DZSCRIPTICN
ASSEiiLY
Control Panel assy
1
Hourmeter
1
-2
46000
Switch
1
-3
44100
Relay
1
-4
44101
Timer
-5
44000
Motor
-6
44200
Burner control
1
-7
46500
Thermostat
1
-8
42200
Terminal block
1
-9
1047
-10
-11
lo-
1
etarter
1
1
Control box
Electric cord
42100
Plug,
---
Hose
twist
1
4/c
1
lock
Ref
assemblies
-1
60111
Steam hose assembly
2
-2
6.ll;oB
.Hose
clamp
2
-3
6UUJA
.Hcse
Nipple
-4
60110
.Hoee,
-5
60210
Water hose
-6
80211
.Hose,
-7
61210
.Male
-8
61211
.Female
-9
61211A
.Gasket
-10
60220
Suction hose
-11
60221
.Hoee,
-12
61220
.Male
-13
61221
.Female
-14
61221A
.Gaeket
- 1s
53499
.Foot
3/4”
1“
2
I.D.
X
SO
ft.
assembly
I.D.”%
50
1
1
ft.
1
1
hose coupling
1
hose coupling
1
14 ‘n
hose
1
assembly
I.D.
X
23
ft.
coupling
hose coupling
valve
1
1
1
1
and
strainer
1
41
FIGURE N O .
FIG.
I!:lJ!ix
/Vd)
No.
1 1
STEAM GUN /W3E!411LY
Us 11s P!il{
p~R’j’
Asswrll Y
DESCR IPT ION
No.
2
1(.26
Stcim
-1
51050
.Coupling
1
-2
1026-1
.Ilandle
1
-3
59001
.Pack ing
-4
1026-2
.Swivel
-5
1030
Rinse
-6
1(12’3
6(IO
GP}I
straight
nozzle
1
-7
1028
3111)
GPII
straight
nozzle
2
-8
1038
300”
GPH
offset nozzle
4
-9
1037
(NM) GPH
offset nozzle
2
11-
gun
assy
assy
1
1
assy
1
nozzle
42
TM 9-4940-474-10
APPENDIX
BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LIST
Section I. PREFACE
1. General
This appendix is a list of basic issue items.
It is composed of those items which make up
the major end items of equipment, and the operator’s tools and equipment that are issued
with the equipment and are required for stockage.
2. Requisition Notes
When requisitioning a C source (local procurement) item identified by a manufacturer’s
part number, it is mandatory that the following information be furnished the supply officer:
a. Manufacturer’s code number (5 digit N.
preceding the colon in the descriptive column).
b. Manufacturer’s part number (the N. and
sometimes letters following the colon, (a
above). Dashes, commas, or other marks must
be included exactly as listed.
c. Nomenclature exactly as listed herein, including dimensions, if necessary.
d. Name of manufacturer of end item (from
cover of TM or manufacturer’s nameplate)
e. Federal stock number of end item (from
TM).
f. Manufacturer’s model number (from TM
or name/data plate, preferably name/data
plate).
g. Manufacturer’s serial number (from
name/data plate).
h. Any other information such as type,
frame number, and electrical characteristics,
if applicable.
i. If Form 1348 (DOD Single Line Items
Requisition System Document (Manual) ) is
used, fill in all blocks except 4, 5, 6, and Remarks field in accordance with AR 725-50.
Complete form as follows:
(1) In blocks 4, 5, and 6, list manufacturer’s code and manufacturer’s part
number (as listed in description
colm).
(2) In “Remarks” field list name (repair
part), end item application (FSN of
end item), manufacturer, model number (end item), serial number (end
item), and any other pertinent information, such as frame number, type,
etc.
3. Explanation of Columns
a. Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability
Code (colm 1).
(1) Material numerical code (colm 1a),
This column not required.
(2) Source (colm 1b). This column indicates the selection status and source
for the listed item. Source code used
in this list isCode
C
Explanation
------- -------------Obtain through local procurement.
If not obtainable from local procurement, requisition through
normal supply channels with a
supporting statement of nonavailability from local procurement.
(3) Maintenance level (colm 1c). This column indicates the category of maintenance authorized to install the listed
item. Maintenance level code used in
this list is43
TM 9-4940-474-10
Explanation
Code
O / C
- - -
--------------Operator or crew maintenance.
(4) Recoverability (colm 1d). This column
indicates whether unserviceable items
should be returned for recovery or salvage. When no code is indicated, the
item will be considered expendable.
Recoverability code used in this list
isCode
R---------
Explanation
---------------Items which economically are repairable at direct and general
support maintenance activities
and normally are furnished by
supply on an exchange basis.
b. Federal Stock Number (colm 2). Self -explanatory.
c. Description (colm 3 ). The following manufacturer’s code is included in this column.
Code
Explanation
21571----------------------Custom Built Trailers Co., Inc.,
Farmingdale, N. Y.
44
d. Unit of Issue (colm 4). Quantity Authorized (colm 5), and Illustrations (colm 6). Selfexplanatory.
4. Abbreviations
Abbreviation
Explanation
c------------------------------------cycle(s)
gph--------------------------------------gallons per hour
incl--------------------------------------include(s) (cd) (sive) (ing)
mtd-------------------------------------mounted
ph-------------------------------------phase
psi---------------------------------------pounds per square inch
v---------------------------------------volt(s)
5. Errors, Comments, and/or Suggestions
Reports by the individual user, of errors,
comments, and suggestions are encouraged.
They should be reported on DA Form 2028
(Recommended Changes to DA Publications)
and forwarded directly to Commanding General, Headquarters, U. S. Army Weapons Command, ATTN: AMSWE–SMM–P, Rock Island
Arsenal, Rock Island, Ill. 61202
TM9-4940-474-10
Figure 12. Tools and equipment.
46
TM 9-4940-474-10
By Order of the Secretary of the Army:
HAROLD K. JOHNSON,
General, United States Army,
Chief of Staff.
Official:
J. C. LAMBERT,
Major General, United States Amy,
The Adjutant General.
Distribution:
Active Army :
DCSLOG (1)
Ft Story (1)
cNG13
Ft Wood (1)
(1)
CC-E (1)
USMA (1)
Dir of Trans (1)
USAES
CofEngrs (69
LEAD
(2)
(1)
“
LBAD
(1)
Cofspts (1)
SHAD
(1)
USAMC (2)
TEAD
(16)
USCONARC (3)
Jefferson PG (1)
(1).
TSG
ARADCOM (2)
USASA Sup & Maint Cen (1)
ARADCOM Rgn (2)
USAAPSA (1)
OS Maj Cored (1)
USACOMZEUR (1)
LOGCOMD (3)
4th USASA Fld Sta (1)
?JSASMCI
Units org under TOE (2 cys ea) :
(6)
9-7
USAWECOM (75)
USACDCEC
(10)
“
9-9
USAAVCOM (10)
9-12
Armies (3) except
9-57
Seventh
EUSA
corps
(5)
(5)
(2)
9-66
9-67
9-76
IJSAC (2)
9-127
Ft Belvoir (2)
9-197
NG: None
USAR:
None.
For explanation of abbreviations used, see AR 320–50.
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