2-12. PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT (Cont'd).
(7) Place chlorine test kit in accessory box Replace dust covers
(8) When all water is drained place cloth cover over unit, zip cover shut, and pull and tie drawstring tight Unit
Is now ready for transport or storage.
SECTION IV. OPERATIONS UNDER LUNUSUAL CONDITIONS.
2-13. OPERATION IN IIINUSUAL WEATHER.
Cold Weather. The hypochlorination unit Is not designed to operate in temperatures below 32° F (0° C) If water
or chemical freezes, severe damage will occur. If air temperature nears 32° F, cover unit and move unit to a
warmer area to prevent freeze up. If the unit cannot be moved to a warmer area, drain and prepare it for storage
by following procedure In Paragraph 2-1 (Preparation for Movement) to prevent damage
Dusty or Sandy Conditions. Use existing shelter and windbreaks to keep sand and dirt from equipment during
refill of reservoir Keep cover on reservoir. Be careful when mixing hypochlorite solution to prevent getting sand or
grit into solution When equipment Is not in use, in tail appropriate dust cap and plug on camlocks, and cover unit.