SAFETY, CARE, AND HANDLING
New nine-shower head Bath Units are preserved,
crated to meet military requirements for domestic shipment.
The unit is shipped
with all attachments and equipment necessary for normal operation.
Have all personnel clear the area before lifting the water
The crated water heater may be lifted by using a
fork, lift, crane, or other lifting device capable of lifting 1065 (483 kg) pounds
If a crane is used, arrange slings under packing crate carefully to ensure
crate will not tip.
If a fork lift is used, slide
crate between skid blocks.
Carefully uncrate unit, being
If the unit is to be recrated,
damage to crating material.
fork lift blades directly
sure not to damage water
exercise care to prevent
Clean up area and dispose of all packing material.
leave nails and other debris scattered around area.
Unpack all small components packaged and stored around the
These components can easily be lifted and removed from the packing
skid by one or two persons.
Then remove the water vessel assembly.
It can be
lifted and transported with a fork lift.
Be sure to insert the fork lift arms
completely through the water vessel skid before attempting to lift it.
Be sure all components are accounted for.
packaging material for loose parts before discarding.
Remove all protective compounds and covering such as waxed
paper, waterproof tape, and barrier material and tape.
Using dry wiping cloths,
remove all preservatives and greases from unpainted, threaded, or exposed
(1) Unwrap and examine separately wrapped items to ensure they are in
(2) Visually inspect all components for damage. Check for dents,
cracks, broken parts, and loose or kinked connections