OPERATOR, UNIT AND DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE
WASTE WATER EVACUATION TANK TRAILER
OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
SECURITY MEASURES FOR ELECTRONIC DATA
There are no security measures for electronic data requirements for the WWET/T.
The WWET/T is employed as part of a Force Provider base camp and specifically designed to service the
Force Provider latrine subsystem. There are no specific siting requirements for the WWET/T but its
intended use requires that it be kept in the vicinity of either the serviced facilities or the designated disposal
There are no specific shelter requirements when the WWET/T is operated under usual conditions. When
the WWET/T is operated in temperatures below 32 0F (refer to WP 0006 00) it must be sheltered during
periods when it is not in use.
ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE
Upon receipt, and prior to use, preservation and packing material must be removed from the WWET/T.
Operators must familiarize themselves with controls and indicators described in WP 0004 00 before
moving the trailer.
Perform a visual inspection of the WWET/T to determine any obvious damage sustained during shipment.
Inventory the contents of the toolbox, which should contain the following items:
Vacuum pump drive belt
Intake valve gasket 2 "
Drain valve gasket 4"
Engine fuel filters
2 of each
Engine oil filter
Engine air filter
Primary shutoff seat
Secondary shutoff (moisture trap) seat
Engine glow plug
Float level packing (Teflon)
Fusible frangible link
Running light bulb
Tail light bulb
Engine fan belt
Bottle jack (12 ton)
Record any deficiencies or shortages on SF Form 368 and distribute as specified on form.
Fill the fuel tank with 13 gallons of diesel fuel (JP8)