b. Set room temperature control if applicable.
2-14. Operation in Dusty or Sandy Areas
a. Cover fuel oil ports to prevent sand and dust
b. Install a cover over reservoir or clean filter in
water line after reservoir to prevent dust and sand
from blocking pump inlet.
c. Cover soap tank.
d. Remove excess dust and sand from steam
cleaner at least once a day, while cleaner is in use.
2-15. Operation under Rainy or Humid Con-
a. Verify electrical ground.
b. Care should be taken to avoid water from
entering electrical areas.
c. Place rain hat over heater vent to prevent water
from entering heater section.
2-16. Operation in Salt Water Areas
a. Do not use salt water as a water source for the
b. After every operation, rinse the steam cleaner
off with fresh water.
2-17. Operation in Snow
a. Keep snow removed from immediate area of
b. Follow instructions for use in extreme cold,
discussed in paragraph 2-12.
2-18. Operation in Mud
a. Care should be exercised to prevent mud from
getting into burners and water sources.
b. Verify electrical ground.
2-19. Operation at High Altitude
a. When locating the steam cleaner at higher
altitude it may be necessary to adjust the blower
intake air gate for a proper combustion-air mixture.
b. Allow 5% additional air requirement for each
1000 feet of altitude above sea level.