CHECK FOR AND HAVE
REPAIRED OR ADJUSTED
IS NOT READY
B D A
D W M Q S
C-2 Major components. Major components, their basic functions and location on the barges are listed in Chapter 1.
C-3 Compressed air system description. The compressed air system provides compressed air to five air stations in
the ROWPU space, one in the workshop, and one on stem weatherdeck. It also provides compressed air to two air
stations for blowdown of seachests in void 2 starboard and void 4 port. These outlets, with other major components,
valves, and piping are shown schematically in Figure NO TAG for Barge 1 and in Figure NO TAG for Barges 2 and 3.
Table C-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services for Compressed Air System
B - Before
D - Daily
Q - Quarterly
D - During
S - Semiannually
A - After
M - Monthly
A - Annually
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 all safety precau-
tions listed at the beginning of this manual.
a. Wipe components clean, especially
gauges and control panels.
b. Check for leaks, paying special attention
to joints, valves, fittings, and piping
Report leaks to shift leader or bargemas-
c. Check for loose or missing securements
or fasteners. Tighten or replace as nec-
d. Check for damage, especially to pres-
sure gauges, filters, and control panels.
Notify shift leader or bargemaster so
repairs can be made.
trol panels dam-
e. Remove rust and corrosion. Touch-up or
paint in accordance with TB 43-0144 as
necessary. Do not paint threads or labels.
Drain receiver by Turning drain cock clock-
wise (small T-handle) on bottom of tank
When receiver is completely drained, close