c. Remove Packaging. Remove the cushioning around the top of the cabinet and retain, if reuse is
anticipated. Remove the preservation barrier by tearing around the bottom of the cabinet, Remove the technical
publications envelope and accessory sack that are taped to the cabinet and put them in a safe place.
It is recommended that the cabinet be left bolted to the shipping pallet until time to place it in the
installation position. All receiving inspection actions can be conducted without removal from the
4-4. RECEIVING INSPECTION
Perform receiving inspection of the air conditioner in the following manner:
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred during shipment, If the equipment has been damaged, report
damage on DD Form 6, Packaging Improvement Report.
b. Check the equipment against the packing slip to see if the shipment is complete. Report all
discrepancies In accordance with the instructions of TM 38-750 (The Army Maintenance Management System).
c. Check to see whether the equipment has been modified.
The unit weight (less shipping pallet) is 200 pounds (90.7 kg). When lifting or moving the unit on the
shipping pallet, a forklift may be used. When lifting the unit into position use four people, one at each
d. Remove Pallet. Tilt the unit and pallet or raise the unit using a forklift. Remove the four bolts from the
bottom of the pallet. Using 4 people (one at each lifting handle), carefully lift the unit from the shipping pallet.
a. General. The air conditioner is designed so that it is adaptable to a variety of installation arrangement.
Most typical installations are made by preparing an opening in an exterior wall of the room or enclosure to be
conditioned and positioning the air conditioner so that the front of the cabinet is inside the room or enclosure
and the back outside. Alternate installations may be made with the entire cabinet either inside or outside the
conditioned area. The following are minimum requirements for all installations:
(1) A relatively level surface capable of bearing the weight of the air conditioner on which to set the base.
To insure proper condensate drainage, the surface should be level within 5° from front to back and side to side.
See figure 4-1, Sheets 1, 2 and 3 for mounting dimensions.
(2) An unobstructed flow of air from outside the conditioned area to the intake and discharge of the
condenser fan (back face of air conditioner).
(3) An unobstructed flow of air from inside the conditioned area to the conditioned air supply and
discharge openings (front face of air conditioner).
(4) An unobstructed flow of air from outside the conditioned area to the fresh air intake (back face of air
(5) Access to the front and back of the air conditioner for routine operation and servicing and for
necessary maintenance actions.