Prepare Shave Stands for Use
The equipment to be handled is heavy, awkward, and difficult to maneuver. To prevent
injury, four persons are required for the following procedure two on the ground, and two
on top of the container.
1. Remove the shave stands as an assembly (1) from the center aisle of the shower container.
2. Remove the mirrors (2) and legs (3) and place them inside the container until they are needed.
3. Unstrap the two basin assemblies (4). Retrieve the two dunnage pieces (5) and save for packing.
4. Install four legs (3) on the upper basin assembly. Secure the legs with the attached pins (6).
The shave stands may be placed on either side of the personnel entrance.
5. Lift the upper basin assembly (4), turn it upright, and place it in position.
6. Tip remaining basin assembly (4) on its back.
7. Install four legs (3) on the basin assembly, and secure the legs with the attached pins (6).
8. Place the shave stand into position.
Use caution when installing the mirrors on the shave stands. Heavy, sliding metal parts
can pinch or cut fingers, or may snag loose clothing.
9. Install the mirrors (2) on the shave stands.
10. Connect a 50-foot 110V AC extension cord (7) between a shave stand and the convenience outlet
on the power service panel of the Containerized Shower. Ensure that the cord is placed out of the
way, and does not present a tripping hazard.
11. Connect the 6-foot by 1-inch graywater hose (8) to the shower and the shave stand closest to the
container. (Refer to this WP under Lay Out Hoses, for more information on laying out the hoses.)
12. Connect the 6-foot by -inch cold and hot water supply hoses (9) to the shower and the shave
stand closest to the container. (Refer to this WP under Lay Out Hoses, for more information on
laying out the hoses.)
13. Connect the remaining shave stand to the first using the installed electrical receptacles and hose
connections. The second shave stand will use the 2-foot lengths (10) of -inch and 1 -inch hose.
(Refer to this WP under Lay Out Hoses, for more information on laying out the hoses.)