CONTAINERIZED KITCHEN (WITH TRAILER)
OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
4. Insert the winch handle into the right winch drive slot and crank clockwise until the cable is
free of slack (the winch handle becomes harder to turn). See Figure 4.
When raising or lowering the wings, one member of the crew must act as a
spotter to ensure that all personnel stay clear.
5. Crank approximately two turns counter-clockwise to release tension on the cable.
6. Turn the four cam-lock handles about 45o to partially unlock them.
7. Crank approximately 2 more turns counter-clockwise, then turn the cam-lock handles until they
are at 90o (pointing straight out from the wing).
Figure 4. Shelter Expansion.
8. Crank counter-clockwise until the top of the wing is about 6 inches away from the top edge of
9. Stop cranking and secure the cam-lock handles to their holders.
10. Climb onto the roof of the container and unhook the orange safety strap from the wing (if the
CK is on the ground, the strap can be unhooked without climbing onto the roof).
11. Continue lowering the wing until it is level as indicated by the bubble levels attached to the
edges of the wing. If the winch cable binds slightly, the wing will stop lowering and the winch
handle will become easier to turn. If this happens, crank the winch in the clockwise direction
for a few turns and then resume lowering the wing. Repeat this process as necessary until the
wing is lowered.