denser compartment (no, 1 system) as shown in figure
4.9. Secure duct assemblies with positioning hooks to
prevent movement during transport.
Stow two conditioned air duct assemblies
and one conditioned air duct coupling clamp in
condenser compartment (no 2 system) as shown in
figure 4-10 Secure duct assemblies with positioning
hooks to prevent movement during transport.
conditioned air outlet compartment divider panel,
external DC electrical power Input cable assembly,
external battery DC power cable assembly, vacuum
hose assembly, electrical DC power standby cable
assembly, compressed air hose assembly, one water
recirculation hose assembly. one conditioned air duct
assembly and one anti-icing hose assembly in battery
access and storage compartment as shown in figure
Close and secure all panels and doors
Close or install protective covers or caps
on connection fittings and receptacles Install covers
If power plant is to be handled or loaded
by hoisting, install slmg on hoist rings at corners of
power plant as shown in figure 4-12.
Attach hoisting sling to the power plant as shown
on the lifting data plate. Use a crane, helicopter or other
hoisting device capable of lifting a minimum of 5000
pounds and hoist to the desired location
Do not use lifting equipment with a
capacity of less than 5000 pounds. Do
not allow power plant to swing back
and forth when it is suspended.
Failure to observe this warning may
result in severe injury or death to
personnel or damage to equipment.
Position the fork lift (5000 pound minimum
capacity) at the fork lift points designated on the power
plant and shown in fig. 4-12 and lift power plant for
loading or transport over short distances. Use fork
extensions of sufficient length to extend the forks of the
lift thru the power plant skids.
Do not use fork lift with capacity of
less than 5000 pounds. Do not allow
power plant to rock excessively on
fork lift. Failure to observe this
warning may result in severe injury or
death to personnel or damage to
transporter or mobilizer to power plant Refer to TM 9-
Separate transporter sections and prepare
transporter for use
Position transporter sections at end of
power unit adjacent to wheeled transporter attach. ment
poits (fig 4-12) at ends of power plant. Connect
transporter to power unit attachment points.
Operate transporter to raise power unit to
manually move power unit to desired position.
When power unit is in desired position,
operate transporter to lower power unit. Disconnect and
remove transporter section.
Skidding. Attach a cable or chain sling to
skidding and tie down rings (fig. 4-12) and connect to
suitable equipment for skidding to desired location
Do not attach skidding sling to
skidding equipment in such a manner
that the angle between any leg of the
sling and the end of the container is
less than 45 degrees. Any angle leas
excessive aide strain which could
skidding of the power plant to short
distance over smooth level terrain to
prevent damage to power unit skids.
Shipment. The power unit may be transported
by airplane, helicopter, ship, truck, or train. The various
tie down and hoisting rings identified on the power unit
and shown in fig. 4-12 may be used to secure the power
plant to the transport equipment.
Position power unit with skid base
parallel to the carrier to prevent
excessive aide loads on the skids.
Make sure the carrier and restraining
methods are capable of supporting a
weight of 5000 pounds minimum.
Unloading. Unload the power plant from the
transport equipment and locate in the desired position
using any of the handling methods described above
4-5. Reinstallation After Movement
Refer to paragraph 4-1 and 4-2 and reinstall the