ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIEL
4-1. Unloading Equipment.
The total weight of the Paint Spray Outfit is 700
pounds (318 kg). You must use a forklift of 1,000
pounds (454 kg) capacity to unload the equipment.
Keep unit flat during the unloading operation.
4-2. Unpacking Equipment.
You should move the Paint Spray Outfit as close
to the main usage site as possible. Remove pack-
aging carefully so you do not damage the contents
with tools used for unpacking.
4-4. Dismantling for Movement.
a. Short Move.
(1) For a short distance move, the Paint Spray
Outfit does not have to be crated to the same extent
as when received.
(2) Pack all spray components such as tanks,
spray guns, hoses, extension, cups and respirators in
the chest provided.
(3) Cart mounted compressor can be lashed in
place on the transporting carrier. Cover, if neces-
sary, to protect units.
b. Long Distance Move. For a long distance
4-3. Inspecting And Servicing the Equipment.
a. Inspection. You should inspect the entire
Paint Spray Outfit for signs of damage, missing or
loose hardware, or any faults that may have occured
during shipment. Report all faults to your
b. Servicing. Perform the preventive mainte-
nance services listed in Table 3-1. Fill compressor
and engine with oil as described in the Lubrication
Order, Chapter 3, Section I.
Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
move, it is recommended that the Paint Spray Out-
fit be packed in a manner duplicating the original
packing when received in new condition. Drain gas-
oline or run gasoline tank dry; spray inside of gas-
oline tank with P-10 preservative, type I, grade 10.
Drain and refill engine and compressor crankcase
with type P-10 preservative, type I, grade 10. At-
tach a tag on both engine and compressor indicating
crankcase is filled with type 10 preservative, drain
and refill with approved oil before operating.
4-5. Reinstallation after Movement.
Install the Paint Spray Outfit at the new work-
site as previously described in paragraph 1-5.
Section III. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
4-6. Special Tools and Equipment.
4-7. Repair Parts.
No special tools or equipment are required for
Repair parts and equipment are listed and illus-
maintenance of the Paint Spray Outfit.
trated in the repair parts and special tool list cov-
ering organizational maintenance for the outfit
Section IV. LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
4-8. Lubrication Instructions.
No lubrication beyond that described in Chapter
3, Section I is required.