4-11. INSPECT/SERVICE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP UNIT, DIESEL-DRIVEN.
This task covers:
Tool Kit, General Mechanics
Make sure pump frame is adequately supported to prevent blockage
of cooling air inlet on the skid bottom. Death, serious injury, or
equipment damage will occur if this warning is not followed.
a. Check that the pump frame (skid) is adequately supported to prevent blockage of the cooling air
inlet on the skid bottom. The best support is a hard, paved surface. If necessary, lumber, pipe,
bricks, or other such materials may be used to keep the skid from sinking into the ground.
b. Check that the cooling air inlet, 4 inches long by 11 inches wide, is free from obstruction.
c. Inspect the pump for dirt, grease, chipped paint, scratches, or dents.
d. If damage has occurred during shipment or transportation, report the damage on SF 364.
Request Direct Support Maintenance to refurbish, repaint, or repair the pump assembly.
a. Wipe away all grease and dirt from the pump and engine with a clean, dry cloth. If a mild
detergent is required to cut oil or grease, do not allow water or detergent to get into the engine.
b. Make sure the rubber plug is in place in the rocker arm assembly.
c. Thoroughly remove all water and detergent from pump after cleaning.
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