Refer to Figure 2-64, Sheet 3. Using strap #4 (Model ROWPU-1) or strap #11 (Model WTA-060), attach strap to floor
hooks on right and left side of distribution pump (59) and tighten strap.
Position strap #3 or strap #12, already in place, over both storage tanks (55), and distribution pump (59) and attach and
tighten strap to floor hook in front of the doorway.
Place the empty 5-gallon jug (not illustrated) on the top rear of the polyelectrolyte and sequestrant tanks.
Ensure vent window is closed before shutting and securing the door.
Close and secure door (product side).
Put handrail on raw water side of the ISO shelter door into position for movement as follows:
Remove pins (1, Figure 2-66.1) from brackets (2).
Pull out handrail (3) and replace so that it is flush with the door.
Replace pin (1) in brackets (4).
Disassemble access ladder (60) (Figure 2-64, Sheet 1 or 2). Follow step (42).
One crewmember must be inside van, two crewmembers outside.
Hook padded straps (61 and 62) in position.
Store access ladders (60), separator frame (63) (Model WTA-060 only) and sandwich in ground rods (64), ground wire
(65), slip hammer (66) and ground rod clamp (67).
Secure by tightening straps (61 and 62)). On Model WTA-060, keep pads of straps (61 and 62) over corner of ladder and
separator frame when tightening.
Attach strap #3 (Model ROWPU-1) or strap #10 (Model WTA-060) to floor hood in front of control panel and have strap out of the way.
Each storage tank weighs 130 lbs. (59 kg). Three people are required to carry each tank.
Position the last storage tank (68) standing on end against control panel, being careful not to damage the panel. The tank
may need to be moved slightly to the right f the raw water pump (69) will not fit completely through the door.
Store raw water pump power cables (70) on top of raw water pump. Keep eyebolt accessible.
Hook chain hoist in eyebolt, hoist raw water pump through door and rotate 90 with caution plate facing door (Figure 2-66).
Disconnect chain hoist from raw water pump (69) and place the chain in the chain hoist bag (71) and tie closed. Leave
the chain hoist hanging in the doorway.
If moved, reposition the storage tank (68) in front of control panel.
Position strap #2 (Model ROWPU-1) or strap #10 (Model WTA-060) over pump (69) and attach the ends to the floor hooks
on the left and right side of the pump (69). Tighten the strap securely.
Place strap #3 or strap #10, already in place, over storage tank (68) and pump (69), and connect the end to floor hook in
front of pump. Tighten strap securely.
Secure van door.
Using generator ladder (4) (Figure 2-65), store hand rails (1 and 5) (2 long ones first then 4 short) in the pockets provided,
and secure with straps (SA) provided on the side frame of the high pressure pump.
Zip cover (6) closed down past second door strap (7) and secure top two straps (7).
Deflate stable level air bags and use handle (9) to secure both 3 in. straps.
Connect rope (9) to ladder using snap hook.
Hoist ladder (4) and secure rope (9) using snap hook in eyebolt.
Secure ladder (4) with strap in cross pattern.
Zip cover all the way closed and secure lower strap (7).
When transporting the ROWPU, the exterior plugs can be opened to drain the ROWPU while
being transported, or they may be left closed. If traveling long distances (over 25 miles) it is
best to leave the drain plugs closed to minimize road dirt collection inside the ROWPU piping.
Ensure that all electrical plug caps on the ROWPU are installed before transport and the generator DC circuit breaker is
pulled out. Make sure generator doors are securely fastened.
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