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Section I. GENERAL  INFORMATION - TM-5-4120-361-14_15
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Figure  1-3. Air conditioner top view, top covers removed
TM 5-4120-361-14 SF 368 (Quality Deficiency Report). In- Blvd.,   St. Louis, MO 63120. A reply structions for preparing EIR’s are pro- will be forwarded directly to you. vialed in TM 38-750, the Army Mainte- nance Managements System. Mail directly 1-4. Equipment and Serviceability to Commander Headquarters, U. S. Army Criteria. Troop Support and Aviation Material Com- mand, ATTN: DRSTS-MEM,    4300 Goodfellow This equipment is not covered by an ECS. Figure  1-2. Air conditioner left rear, three quarters view Section  II. EQUIPMENT  DESCRIPTION 1-5. Equipment  Purpose,  Capabilities and  Features. Air conditioner Model CH436-1 or CH636-1 (figures 1-1 and 1-2) is a com- pletely  self-contained,  compact,  hori- zontal unit designed for cooling and heating air to a desired predetermined range, and circulating the conditioned air to provide heating or cooling of equipment or personnel within the air- conditioned   area. It is designed for continuous operation, with varying loads. It is used primarily in van type enclosures to provide the filtered cool- ing and ventilating or heated air re- quired to maintain service conditions necessary for efficient operation of electronic equipment and the comfort of operating personnel. It  is  equipped with internal ducting so that ventila- tion air may be drawn into the area be- ing  air  conditioned. The evaporator and condenser sections of the air condi- tioner are separated by an insulated metal partition that forms part of the unit  housing. 1-6. Location and Description of Major Components. a. Evaporator Section. The evapor- ator  section  (fig.   1-3), located in the front of the air conditioner, contains intake and discharge air louvers, air filter,   mist  eliminator,  evaporator coil, evaporator motor and fans, heater elements, heater thermal protector, pri- mary expansion valve, condensate drain 1-2

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