Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL
around the shower stands to allow waste water to drain
2-1. Inspecting and Servicing
away from the water source. If a pressurized water
The services performed upon receipt of a new or a used
source is to be used, discharge the water into an open
bath unit are the responsibility of the using organization,
reservoir before it is drawn into the bath system to
and these services will be performed by organizational
prevent straining the water pump unduly. Refer to figure
maintenance personnel. The operator can perform the
2-1 for operational layout for bath unit.
operator preventive maintenance checks and services
(para 3-1), and can assist
in performing the lubrication
Without a pasteurization kit, the
a. Selecting a Site for Bath Unit. Select a site for
water source must be approved by
the bath unit beside a stream. Have the drainage from
the unit surgeon.
the shower area carried downstream or downhill from the
precautions on inside cover page.
suction hose strainer (10, fig. 11) to prevent waste water
from being drawn back into the water source. If this
arrangement is not possible, dig a ditch or build a dike
b. Unloading Bath Unit. The bath unit is designed to
(3) Remove the suction hose assembly (1, fig.
2-4), the fuel hose assemblies, the barrel plug, the three
be carried on a baseboard in a 21/2-ton, 6 x 6 truck.
water hose assemblies, and the two electric power cord
Locate the truck carrying the bath unit as closely as
cables from the baseboard.
possible to the selected site, and unload the bath unit
from the baseboard as follows: (1) Remove the suction
(4) Unfasten the shower stand holddown
webbing straps (3), holding the shower stand risers
2-3) from the water heater burner exhaust duct.