Table 13-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services for Handling Equipment
Q - Quarterly
S - Semiannually
A - Annually
CHECK FOR AND HAVE
IS NOT READY/
REPAIRED OR ADJUSTED
B D A D W M Q S A
If Handling Equipment System equipment
fails to operate, troubleshoot according to
TM 55-1930-209-14 & P-13. Report defi-
ciencies and failures to the shift leader or
bargemaster. Use proper forms to describe
maintenance or repair problems. Keep Han-
dling Equipment System operations and
PMCS logs current.
Severe personal injury and equipment dam-
age may result from improperly attaching
slings, lifters, or hoisting rigs. Maximum
load lift for trolley hoist is 5-tons and not
more than 2-tons when using electric hoist.
Observe all safety recommendations in this
manual, in the manufacturers' service man-
ual, and in TB 43-0142.
Be sure electrical power is OFF before per-
forming maintenance or repair on this sys-
tem. OPEN circuit breakers. Redtag circuit
breakers or motor controller with
"WARNING - DO NOT ACTIVATE. REPAIRS
BEING MADE." Observe safety precautions
listed in the beginning of this manual and in
manufacturers' manuals instructions.
Avoid excessive jogging and inching.
This causes crane and hoist to absorb
impulse loads that can overload the sys-
tem and shorten system life.
Avoid swinging load when transporting
it. DO NOT allow load to twist. If used,
make sure lifting rig is properly seated in
center of hook and properly attached to
Always disengage interlocks on crane
before attempting to move crane to
avoid misalignment and difficult opera-