Legend for figure 2-7:
Slurry feeder drive motor cable
Twist-lock receptacle connector
Three 50-foot No. 4 conductor electrical cable extension assemblies are provided for placing a single
raw water pump 100 feet (30 m) from the truck and placing the electric driven distribution pump 50 feet (15 m) from the
truck. If two pumps in series are required for pumping raw water, the location of the second pump is limited to a distance
of 50 feet (15 m) from the truck. The second pump will be connected in a similar manner as described in step (a) above
except two 50-foot power cables will be used.
(3) Filtered water distribution pump. If electric pump is used as a distribution pump, connect the distribution
pump cable male plug connector to the female plug connector end of a 50-foot extension electrical power cable
assembly. Remove the cap from the cable inlet (32, fig. 2-6) on the rear of van body. Insert the 6-foot extension,
electric cable assembly through van body cable inlet, and connect the distribution pump male plug connector to the
female receptacle located below the slurry feeder (1, fig. 2-11). Connect the opposite end of the 6-foot extension cable
to the male plug connector of the 50-foot cable.
Slurry feeder. The slurry feeder drive motor cable (1, fig. 2-7) is connected to the receptacle connector (2)
on the lower part of the equipment at one end, to the slurry feeder drive motor (fig. 3-10) at its other end.
Erdlator agitator. The agitator drive motor cable originates in the electrical control cabinet (fig. 2-2) and
terminates in the agitator drive motor. It is regulated by the start and stop control pushbutton (6 and 13, fig. 2-2).
(6) Solution feeder. Connect the female plug connector on the solution feeder power cable to the receptacle
connector on the solution feeder.
Filter pumps. Power is supplied to filter pumps 1 and 2 by two cables leading from the upper left-hand side
of the electrical control cabinet (fig. 2-2) to the filter pump motors, and is regulated by the start and stop control push
buttons (7, 8, 11 and 12, fig. 2-2).
Before making line connections be sure generator is not running and that all switches are in the OFF
Connect the cable leads on one end of power cable (3, fig. 2-6) to electrical terminals of the