2-16. PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT - cont.
Canvas pump covers may be stowed on top of storage chest to prevent excessive wear to
deionization cartridges. Stacking covers in a pile may cause difficulty stowing remaining
Fold four canvas pump covers (20) so they lay flat.
Lay covers out evenly on top of storage
chests (18 and 19).
Third Layer (top)
Secure both deionization cartridges (21) together with hold down, traps, then stow on top of
canvas covers (20).
Stow one 1-1/2 inch hard rubber hose (22) and three 2-inch hard rubber hoses (23) on top of
deionization cartridges (21).
Cargo straps must crisscrossed over top of stowed accessories to prevent movement of
components during transport. To prevent damage to the equipment, use care not to crush
components when tightening cargo straps.
Position cargo straps over accessories and connect ratchet end of strap to front of ROWPU frame.
Operate ratchets until straps are tight (figure 2-22).
(WPES-10) Stow eight 1-l/2 inch hard rubber hoses (10) in ROWPU frame.
(WPES-20 and 30) Stow eight 1-1/2 inch suction hoses (10) in ROWPU frame. Position hose
ends behind chemical feed pump so that hoses will not hang off back of ROWPU frame.
Secure suction hoses to ROWPU frame with hold down straps.
On Models WPES-20 and WPES-30 the distribution pump, chemical cans and frame,
and calcium hypochlorite are shipped separately.
Rear of Trailer (WPES-10 only)
(WPES-10) Stow chemical feed cans and rack (12) on trailer. Secure chemical cans to rack, and
rack to trailer frame with hold down straps.
(WPES-10) Stow distribution pump (13) on trailer frame and secure with hold down straps.
(WPES-10) Place ladder (14) on distribution pump frame and secure with hold down straps.
(WPES-10) Stow calcium hypochlorite crate on trailer frame and secure with hold down straps.