SECTION III. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS.
The instructions in this section are for personnel who operate the Recovery / Recharger Unit. These instructions describe
how the Recovery / Recharger Unit is prepared for use, operated, and prepared for movement. Normal operation
conditions are defined as ambient temperatures between + 20°F and +10°F (-7°C and +38°C).
ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE.
Service upon receipt functions, including unloading, unpacking, inspection, and installation of the Recovery / Recharger
Unit, are to be accomplished by unit level maintenance personnel. Refer to unit maintenance instructions contained in
Chapter 4, Section II of this manual.
INITIAL ADJUSTMENTS AND DAILY CHECKS.
2-6.1 Cover. Loosen two adjustable straps and remove cover from equipment. Store cover in a dry location. Store
adjustable straps in the tool box.
2-6.2 Before PMCS. Before operating the Recovery / Recharger Unit, perform your before PMCS specified in table 2-1.
Always keep in mind the WARNINGS located on the inside front cover.
A ball valve is open when the valve handle is aligned parallel with the valve body.
Turn the handle 900 in either direction to close the valve.
2-6.3 Installation of Nitrogen and Halon Supply Cylinders.
Always wear safety glasses or goggles around compressed gas.
The Recovery / Recharger Unit requires the following cylinders for operation.
Compressed Gas Cylinder
(for recovery only
a. To pull cable from the winch for connection to the cylinder, simultaneously pull on cable (gloves are
recommended) and slowly turn winch handle counterclockwise.