Section II. SERVICE ON RECEIPT
a. Make sure there are no damaged, dented or broken components. Check all glass parts for breakage.
b. Make sure all nuts, bolts and screws are securely fastened.
Figure 5-1. Hoses, Lines, and Fittings
c. Check all plastic hose fittings for tightness. Hand tighten them if they are loose.
d. Check all hoses for breaks, cracks or chafing.
MOUNTING AEROSOL GENERATOR
a. The aerosol generator is designed to be mounted on the back of an open vehicle. It is usually mounted on a
pick-up truck, but it is not restricted to use on a pick-up truck. It can be mounted directly on the vehicle or on the wooden
skid it is shipped on. The wooden skid acts as a shock absorber.
b. The aerosol generator has a remote control panel that is mounted on the cab floor of the vehicle. The hose
harness can enter the truck through an open window on the passenger side. For a more permanent mounting, a hole can
be drilled through the back of the vehicle cab for entry of the harness.