Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL
Inspecting and Servicing the Equipment
a. Upon receipt of steam cleaner, the operator
shall perform the following inspections and service
(1) Remove all packing, tape and material
used to protect during shipment.
(2) Verify that all equipment is accounted for
per paragraph 4-3.
(3) Be sure unit is level.
(4) Unit shall be installed in an area free of
inflammable or dangerous gases.
(5) Cleaner shall be protected from down-
drafts and excessive winds.
(6) Connect to ample water supply, either a
local site water pressure source or to an auxiliary
source, such as a lake, river, reservoir, etc.
(7) Connect to a 220-volt AC, 3 phase, 60 Hz,
30 amps power source.
(8) Check all fuel lines for loose connections.
(9) Fill fuel oil tank and check for leaks.
(10) Check oil level in water pump crankcase.
(11) Check soap level in soap tank, add soap
solution as required.
(12) Operators should be familiar with this
manual prior to operating cleaner.
b. Unit is now ready for service.
a. Three variations of this equipment are
possible: one is 600 GPH (one gun) and the second is
300 GPH per gun (two guns). The third is the high
pressure. No special requirements are applicable to
b. The instructions contained herein explain how
to operate in any configuration the operation
Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
Dismantling for Movement
a. Prior to moving the equipment, the following
shall be accomplished.
(1) In the event the cleaner will be near
flames during transportation and/or if weight is a
consideration of transport mode, then remove fuel
(2) Remove soap.
(3) Disconnect and stow all water and steam
(4) Disconnect from power source.
(5) Drain water reservoir.
(6) Drain heating coils.
(7) Secure heating coil vent stack and/ or
downdraft diverter, if so equipped.
b. Unit is now ready for transportation.
Reinstallation after Movement
a. Prepare for use after movement in accordance
with paragraph 2-1.
b. Unit is now prepared for movement.
Section III. CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
a. This section describes the various controls
and instruments and provides the operator/crew
sufficient information and instruments to insure
proper operation of the steam cleaner.
b. The operator should read all instructions
contained herein prior to operation.
Controls and Instruments
a. All controls and instruments are described in
table 2-1 and illustrated in figure 2-1.
b. The operator should be familiar with all
controls prior to operating the equipment.