OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
This section tells you how to operate the Bath Unit under severe or unusual
conditions, for example, cold weather or dusty areas.
OPERATION IN COLD WEATHER
Fill water heater fuel drum after operation to prevent moisture from
Check for frozen or ruptured pipes, joints, connections, and hoses
immediately after starting up the Bath Unit.
Take precautions to prevent water hose assemblies, water pump, and
water heater from freezing.
After operation during freezing weather, the Bath Unit must be
Drain cocks must be left open and drain plug removed.
water from all hoses. Disassemble if necessary.
OPERATION IN DUSTY CONDITIONS
Keep all fuel containers covered tightly to prevent dust from
Protect water heater and water pump from dust by enclosing
units in a tent or by setting up a windbreak.
During operation, inspect burner electrodes through sight tube glass for
If spark moves up and
electrode gap, notify organizational
down on electrodes instead of firing at
If shelter is used during operation, ensure exhaust fumes
are properly vented.
Exhaust fumes are poisonous and
must not be inhaled by personnel.
Provide housing or shelter for the water heater when it
is not in use for extended periods of time.
A tarp can
be used to cover the water heater to protect it from bad,
The same tarp can be arranged as a windbreaker
when the water heater is operated.