CONTAINERIZED SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY (CSSL) MODEL A
SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
No specific de-processing is required for any of the CSSL components before they are used. However, the
tasks prescribed in this work package must be performed to ensure proper functioning of this equipment.
The CSSL is shipped via truck and will arrive with the following components packed inside:
One TEMPER Window Fabric Section
One TEMPER Modified End Section
One TEMPER End Section
Two TEMPER Frame Sections
Five TEMPER Purlins
Four TEMPER Eave Extenders
One TEMPER Ridge Extender
Six Wood Tent Stakes, 24
Twenty-four Metal Tent Stakes, 12
One Portable Fluorescent Light
Two Header Assemblies
One Freshwater Hose
One Grounding Rod
One Wastewater Hose
One 3,000 Gallon Freshwater Tank
One 3,000 Gallon Wastewater Tank
Two 100AMP, 50ft Power Cables
One Garden Hose
One Ventilation Fan
Six 19-ft Tent Line
Six Slip(s), Tent Line
The following tasks must be performed upon receipt of the CSSL:
The laundry components are heavy. To avoid injuries, four persons are
required to unload components.
Unpacking. Open the general cargo container and remove the components stored inside.
Packing list verification. Check the components removed against the packing list to see if the shipment
is complete. Report all discrepancies in accordance with DA Pam 738-750.
Inspection. Inspect the components removed as well as the equipment installed in the general cargo
container (washers/dryers, plumbing, freshwater water pump, pressure tank, wastewater tank, pump, and
alarm, space heater, interior lights, power distribution boxes, switches and receptacles, etc.) for damage
incurred during shipment. If the equipment has been damaged in shipment, report the damage on SF 364,
Report of Discrepancy. In addition, a unit maintenance technician should inspect the equipment, using the
PMCS inspection procedures in work package 0009 00.
Verification of equipment modifications. Check to see if any of the equipment has been modified in
any way. Notify your supervisor or unit maintenance personnel if modifications are noted.
Pre-operation services. Service any damaged equipment, as necessary, using unit maintenance
procedures in Chapter 4 to restore equipment to operable condition. Before operation, check that