OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
This section tells you how to assemble and prepare the Bath Unit for use, make
initial adjustments and checks , operate the Bath Unit, and prepare the Bath
Unit for movement.
SELECTING A SITE TO SET UP BATH UNIT
Do not connect water heater to untested water supply.
Contaminated water can cause illness or death.
Without a pasteurization kit, the water source must be
approved by the unit surgeon.
See safety precautions on
inside cover page.
Select a site beside a stream.
Locate the Bath Unit so that drainage from the
shower area is carried downstream or downhill from the suction hose strainer to
prevent waste water from being drawn back into water source.
I f t h is
arrangement is not possible, dig a ditch or build a dike around the shower
stands to allow waste water to drain away from the water source.
pressurized water source is to be used, discharge the water into an open
reservoir before it is drawn into the bath system to prevent straining the
water pump unduly.
UNPACKING THE BATH UNIT
Upon receipt, the Bath Unit may be packaged in wooden containers or commercial
If the unit is wrapped commercially, unpack equipment
Make sure all items are accounted for before discarding wrapping
If the Bath Unit is packaged in wooden containers, uncrating
procedures are required.
The bottom of the wooden containers are constructed
to form a skid that can be used to slide the Bath Unit for short distances.
This skid also allows handling of the Bath Unit by slings or forklift truck.
Use care when attaching slings to the container. Make sure the container
balances evenly , and slings are correctly positioned before lifting to
Handle reusable containers carefully to prevent damage.
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