CHAPTER 2 - Operations
220.127.116.11 Inspection Upon receipt of unit, inspect the shipping crate for any evidence of damage in transit. If necessary,
open the crate for a more complete examination.
18.104.22.168 Handling To help in handling, the unit is set on a wooden skid so that it may be picked up with a two-wheel hand
truck. Under no circumstances should the unit be "walked" on the corners of the crate. Use dolly trucks or pipe
rollers to move the unit to its proper location.
22.214.171.124 Moving and Unpacking the Unit
a) Remove the crate from the unit.
b) Take off the four (4) bolts holding the unit to the bottom of the skid.
c) Raise or slide unit from skid.
d) Take off front panels of unit.
e) Inspect for damage and proceed accordingly.
126.96.36.199 Installation of Unit These units are intended for installation in a vertical position only. For shipboard installation,
it may be desired to install the units vertically on the deck in a fore-and -aft centerline position to reduce the
effect of gyroscopic bearing loads when the ship rolls. Mount on deck with the steel angles furnished with the