Table C-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services for Shore Discharge System (Continued)
B - Before
D - Daily
Q - Quarterly
D - During
W - Weekly
S - Semiannually
A - After
M - Monthly
A - Annually
Check For And Have
Repaired Or Adjusted
Is Not Ready/
Minor damage to the discharge hose outer
jacket, such as surface tears, cuts, and
scratches need not be repaired. If the entire
outer jacket layer is damaged to the next
layer, repair the damage as follows, using
outer jacket repair kit.
Check that hose is secure and outer
Hole is visible in
jacket is not damaged. Repair as neces-
sary as follows:
Set hot air gun on 3.
Hold gun about 1 in.
from area to be
repaired to melt material around the
Use original outer Jacket material. Add new
material only if necessary. During repair use
stainless steel bands if needed to hold outer
jacket in place.
When outer jacket material melts, use
putty knife to press softened material
into damaged area until repair is com-
pleted as shown in Figure 3-13.
If necessary, use stainless steel
bands to hold the repaired area.
Check brake forexcessive wear and that
hand brake holds when set. Notify shift
leader or bargemaster of deficiencies.
Make sure hand brake on starboard side
of winch is set.If not, set as follows:
Open valve SD3.
Obtain hand brake pump handle from
stowed position and insert in pump
While pumping, do not exceed 4,000 psi as
Indicated on hand brake pressure gauge.