Section V. PRE-EMBARKATION INSPECTION OF MATERIEL IN UNITS ALERTED FOR OVERSEAS MOVEMENT
2-59. INSPECTION STANDARDS. Decontaminating apparatus classified ser-
2-57. GENERAL INFORMATION. This inspection is conducted on materiel in
viceable must meet or exceed the inspection standards in the following tables:
alerted units scheduled for overseas duty to ensure that such materiel will not
become unserviceable in a relatively short time. It prescribes a higher percent-
Inspection Standard for Pump Unit
age of remaining usable life in serviceable materiel to meet a specific need
Inspection Standard for Water Heater
beyond minimum serviceability.
Inspection Standard for Tank Unit
Inspection Standard for Shower Assembly.
2-58. PREINSPECTION POINTS. The decontaminating apparatus must be
thoroughly cleaned of all grease, dirt, or other material that could prevent
proper operation or cover up the true condition of parts.
INSPECTION STANDARD FOR PUMPING UNIT
Painted surfaces must be in good condition and
No stripped threads.
Bolts and Screws
free of bare spots, rust and peeling.
Must be tight.
No loose or damaged connectors, cut or worn insu-
Electrical Wiring and
Must be free of rust, cracks, breaks, or stripped
Lifting and Tie-Down
lation, broken wires or kinks.
Welded joints must not show signs of separation or
All valves, switches, and knobs must be operable.
The glass windows on the gages must not be
Must be present, legible, and secure.
See TM 5-2805-259-14.
Hoses and fittings must not be deformed or bro-
Check that all required MWO's have been applied
and are properly recorded. (See DA PAM 738-750.)