will be completely filled with P-10 preservative lubricating
Fully retract the pistons as far as the linkage will permit
oil, type I or II, grade 30, and then drained. Drain plugs
and secure. Coat exposed portions of the hydraulic
will be coated with the same type and grade of
piston rods (ramshafts) and operating valve controls with
preservative and reinstalled. Drained preservative may
type P-6 preservatives and wrap with type 1, grade A,
be reused for processing of other fuel tanks provided not
class 2, greaseproof barrier material conforming to MIL-
more than 10 percent of the resultant fluid is fuel or oil.
B-121, extending the wrap approximately 2 inches onto
the ram cylinder. Secure the wrap in place with tape
(2) Drain and spray method. Tanks equipped
conforming to FED-PPP-T-60, type IV
with access other than filler openings will be atomized
sprayed with P-10, preservative lubricating oil, type I or II,
31. Bearings. Sheave bearings, boom bearings, and
grade 30, using atomizing equipment which will assure
other bearings of exposed assemblies will be lubricated
complete coverage all interior surfaces.
as specified in the applicable lubrication order.
preservative accumulated during spraying operation will
be drained. Drain plugs will be coated with same type
32. Sandboxes. Sandboxes will be emptied, cleaned
and grade of preservative and reinstalled.
and left open for air circulation.
b. Water Tanks. Water tanks will be flushed with
fresh water. All water tanks will be thoroughly dried.
33. Standby Heaters. Heater fuel tanks will be drained.
Contact preservatives will not be required, but ventilation
All parts of the system will be opened as much as
will be provided.
feasible to permit air circulation.
c. Air Tanks. Air tanks will be dried of all moisture
and atomized sprayed with P-10, preservation lubricating
oil, type I or II, grade 30. Excessive preservative
a. On Assembled Equipment.
accumulated during the spraying operation will be
drained from the tank. Drain plugs will be coated with
journal boxes and clean journals in accordance with
the same type and grade of preservative and reinstalled.
process C-5 of MILP-116. Coat journals with lubricating
oil conforming to FED VV-L-822. Install journal pads,
27. Distributors and Magnetos. The distributor cap
soaked with the lubriating oil.
and rotors will be removed and all metallic surfaces
approximately 100 feet monthly to distribute oil over the
within the breaker compartment, except contact points,
will be coated with P-10, preservative lubricating oil, type
I or II, grade 30. Exercise care in the application of the
(2) Roller bearings. Check lubrication of journal
preservative to prevent contact with the wiring and non-
box for proper operating level or date of lubrication. If
metallic parts. Lubricate oil wick of shaft and cam with
required, add oil or grease as specified in the applicable
several drops of light oil. Reinstall rotors and caps.
lubrication order to lubricant up to operating standard.
Move equipment approximately 100 feet monthly to
distribute lubricant over the journals.
b. On Wheel and Axle Assemblies (Friction
component parts that are subjected to temperatures
Type). Prior to cleaning of journals, a surface area
450F. and higher, except cooling fins of air-cooled
approximately 6 inches of the wheel disk will be cleaned
engines, will be cleaned and painted with heat-resisting
by wire brushing. Care will be exercised to prevent the
paint conforming to MIL-P-14105 or coated with type P-1
wire brush from contacting the surface of the journal.
preservative. Paint may be applied by brush or spray.
The journals will be cleaned in accordance with process
Film thickness should be at least 1.5 mils, but should not
C-5 of MIL-P-116. Immediately following the cleaning,
exceed 2.5 mils.
the journals will be coated with type P-19 preservative.
29. Heating, Potable Water Systems and Water
thickness of approximately 0.040 inch over the entire
. Heating, potable water systems and water lines
surface of the journal and extending onto the wheel disk
will be drained and blown dry with dry, compressed air.
at least 4 inches.
Drain plugs will be bagged, identified, and secured near
place of use.
35. Food Handling Equipment. Preservatives will be
applied only to those surfaces of food
30. Hydraulic Systems (Except Hydraulic Brakes.)
There will be no preservative applied to the interior of the
hydraulic systems. Check the fluid level and if required,
and sufficient fluid of the type specifed by the applicable
lubrication order to fill the supply tank to operating level.