TM 5-4320-200-13 & P
Section III. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
The instructions in this section are for personnel who operate the
It describes how the pump is started and stopped in normal
2-4. ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE.
Unloading the Equipment.
The total weight of the crated centrifugal pump is 110 pounds.
A handtruck, forklift, or manpower may be used to unload the crated
unit. The crate must be kept in an upright position as shown on the
crate while unloading.
Unpacking the Equipment.
General. For domestic shipping, the centrifugal pump is pack-
ed in a cardboard box.
Unpackinq. Cut and remove all retaining straps from card-
board box. Remove centrifugal pump from its container.
Be careful while unpacking to avoid damaging
c. Removal of Protective Materials and Preservatives. Remove pro-
tective tape and coverings from inlet and outlet ends of centrifugal
Prepare engine for inspection and operation as outlined on DA
Form 2258 (Depreservation Guide).
Inspecting and Servicing Equipment.
Check identification plate against packing bill for positive
identification of equipment.
Visually inspect equipment for any damage which may have oc-
curred during shipment. Make certain that all nuts and bolts are in
place and secure.
For inspection and servicing of new or used engine, refer to
Perform daily preventive maintenance services listed in para-