Table 2-4. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services for Handling Equipment (Continued)
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
g. Troubleshoot according to instructions
contained in Dings Co., bulletin BK 4613,
60 series, for heavy duty unipac brake,
included in Appendix B, TM 55-1930-
209-14 & P-13.
To avoid the risk of injury to personnel or
damage to equipment, make sure clamp
ends on drum lifter are not broken, bent, or
a. Visually check reel assembly and mount-
ing for damage, broken or missing parts,
or missing parts.
or loose or missing fasteners and secure-
ments. Repair, replace, and/or tighten as
b. Check cable guide to make sure that
Cable line is not in
cable pays reel in a straight line without
straight line with-
bends. Adjust as necessary.
c. Visually check securement of secondary
Safety chain is not
safety chain to prevent reels from falling
d. Troubleshoot according to instructions
contained in Aero-Motive bulletin
SM 3120-04 LL, Service Manual Series
0931 cord reel, included in Appendix B,
TM 55-1930-209-14 & P-13.
a. Check tracking mechanism. Lift a load a
few inches off deck and lower to original
nism slips or does
position while checking for slippage or
not run free.
free run. Adjust or repair as necessary.
Notify higher level of maintenance after
repairing or replacing parts on any lifting
equipment, slings, and rigs on the barge.
They must safety- inspect and proof test
the repaired item in accordance with TB
43-0142. In addition, all lifting equip-
ment, slings, and rigs must be proof
tested to these standards every 12
months. Record and maintain certifica-
tion of all proof testing.
Never leave suspended loads
unattended. Always transport load to