Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
10. Dismantling for movement
In general, no special preparation is nec-
eswary for moving the unit. External power
cables should be disconnected and wcurwd b
the unit so they will not become lost.
Warning: Make sure the power supply is off
at the source before disconnecting the power
The unit should be moved and stored in its
normal or flat position.
a. Short Move. For a short distance nmve,
the unit need not be crated. However, it should
Section III. CONTROLS
This section describes, locates, illustrates,
and furnishes the operator, crew, or organi-
zational maintenance pensonnel sufficient in-
formation about the vanious controls and in-
be handled carefully, covered if necessary, and
protected sufficiently to prevent external dam-
age in transit. Paticular attention should be
given to the protection of controls, dampers
and screens locatd on the panels of the unit.
b. Long Distance Move. For long distance
moves it is recommended that the unit be crated,
and protected in a manner duplicating as nearly
as possible the original crating.
11. Reinstallation after Movement
Refer to paragraphs 8 and 9.
struments for proper operation of the air
13. Controls and Instruments
The location and purpose of the controls is
illustrated in figure 7.
Section IV. OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT
a. The instructions in this section are pub-
lished for the infomtion and guidance of the
personnel responsible for the operation of the
b. The operator must know how to perform
every operation of which the air conditioner is
capable. This section gives the starting and
stipping instructions, basic functions of the
air conditioner, and coordination of the func-
tions to perform the specific tasks for which
the equipment is designed. Sitnoe nearly every
job presents a dif f went problem, the operator
may have to vary given procedures to fit the
15. Starting the Equipment
a. Preparation for Starting.
The equipment shall have been ini-
tially checked out and installed ac-
cording to paragraphs 8 and 9.
Perform the daily preventive mainte-
nance services (para 29).
(3) Connect power and remove left side
(4) Turn rotary control switxh to COOL,
then to OFF, and check to see that
both fans are rotating in the right
Note. Backward rotation of one or both
motors indicates incorrect wiring or power
(5) Replace all panels before operating.
b. Starting and Operation. Refer to figure
8 for starting and operating instructions.
16. Stopping the Equipment
Refer to figure 9 for stopping instructions.
17. Operation Under Usual Conditions
There are no special controls necessary to
adapt the air conditioning unit to extreme con-
ditions. Refer to paragraphs 18 through 23 for
information on precautions which may be nec-
essary for efficient operation in extreme