PREPARATION FOR STORAGE AND SHIPMENT
Before placing the WWET/T in administrative storage or preparing the system for shipment, current
maintenance services must be applied; defects and failures corrected; and Modification Work Orders
(MWO's) applied. Prepare the system for storage and shipment as described in Chapter 2.
Placement of equipment in storage. Equipment should be placed in storage for limited periods only,
when a shortage of maintenance capability exists. Items should be mission ready within 24 hours, or
within time factors set by directing authority. During storage periods, maintenance records must be kept
Storage site selection. Covered space is preferred. When sufficient covered space is not available,
priority should be given to items that are most susceptible to deterioration from the elements. Open sites
should be improved hardstand, if available. Unimproved sites should be firm, well-drained locations, free
of excessive vegetation. Store the WWET/T in an open area and away from working and sleeping areas.
Warranty information for WWET/T components is contained in the commercial literature accompanying the
The manufacturer delivers the WWET/T as a U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) certified Type 407
Cargo Tank Trailer. Refer to the applicable COSIS Plan to maintain certification of equipment in storage.
Refer to DOT Specification 407 to maintain certification of equipment deployed in CONUS. Equipment
deployed outside CONUS is exempt from certification requirements.
NOMENCLATURE CROSS-REFERENCE LIST
The following lists cross-reference, common names used throughout this manual to official nomenclature.
Army Space Heater
Tent, Extendable, Modular, Personnel
Quick Disconnect Coupling