Using hoist and pushing carefully on pump frame, crewmember in van with help from crewmember on ground "steers"
the pump through the doorway and lowers it to the ground (Figure 2-25). Crewmembers on ground pull pump clear of
Crewmember in van removes padded straps (13 and 14, Figure 2-24, Sheets 2 or 2.1) from ground rods and hammer
(16), access ladders (17), and funnel and hose and hands them to outside crewmember. On Model WTA-060, cyclone
separator frame (15) is also removed and handed to outside crewmember.
Crewmembers install one ROWPU access ladder at the door on the raw water side of the ROWPU (door closest to
generator). Refer to Figure 2-24, Sheet 1.
Make sure top step is touching the bottom side of deck on van.
Ensure the slack is taken-up in the chain prior to hooking the snap or the ladder may slip
and cause injury or death of the soldier using the ladder.
Lean ladder against the trailer.
Slide ladder up against the ROWPU floor deck plate (18).
Loop chains (19) through trailer side stake pocket (20) and hook to itself with the snap hook.
Pull bottom of ladder out until chains are tight.
Install handrails (8) as shown and tighten wing nuts.
Each storage tank weighs 130 lbs. (59 kg). Three people are required to carry each tank.
Refer to Figure 2-24, Sheet 2. Remove storage tank (21).
Figure 2-25. Unloading Raw Water Pump
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