OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
Operation in unusual
Procedures . . . . ..2-12
Weather Conditions. . . . . . 2-11
2-11. OPERATION IN UNUSUAL WEATHER CONDITIONS.
This paragraph contains procedures
for the following:
Operation in Extreme Heat and Different Altitudes (page 2-39)
Operation in Freezing Weather (page 2-40)
Shutdown in Freezing Weather (page 2-42)
Storage in Freezing Weather (page 2-42.2)
Thawing Procedures (page 2-42.4)
Thawing Hoses and Accessories (page 2-42.5)
Operation in High Scale Deposit Environments (page 2-42.5)
Operation in Salt and High Humidity Areas (page 2-42.5).
Operation in Extreme Heat and Different Altitudes.
Keep equipment shielded from hot rays of
area when operating. Never position one
directed toward another unit.
When operating at elevated temperatures,
sun by moving into a shaded
unit so that the exhaust is
the condition "vapor lock"
may occur causing either the engine or burner unit to stop function-
Vapor lock is the forming of vapor or bubbles in the suction
fuel lines, thereby preventing fuel from flowing.
If vapor lock is suspected with the burner and the burner is being
operated on gasoline, switch to one of the alternate fuels specified.
If vapor lock is suspected with the engine, try to cool the fuel
container by covering with a wet towel, and start fuel flow by pump-
other rubber components once a
Rubber deteriorates rapidly in