28 SEPTEMBER 1969 (Supersedes LO5-3740208-12, Dated 28 April 1969)
SPRAYER, INSECTICIDE SKID MOUNTED, G.LD., 40 GAL PER HR FOG, (CURTIS DYNA PRODUCTS CORP MODEL CFR4150OO AND BESLER
Intervals are based on normal operation. Adjust to compensate for
abnormal operations and severe conditions.
During inactive periods
Clean parts with SOLVENT, dry-cleaning, or with OIL, fuel, Diesel.
sufficient lubrication must be performed for adequate preservation.
Clean fittings before lubricating
Dotted circle indicates drain below.
Relubricate after washing.
Drain gearcase when hot. Fill and check level.
Above + 32o F
+40o F to -10o F
OE-OIL, Engine, Heavy Duty
Oil Can Paints
in hours of
GAA-GREASE, Automotive and Artillery
Fluid Pump (When spraying water based liquids
For Engine Lubrication See
continuously lubricate with GAA every 50 hours,
lubrication not required.)
Blower Gearcase Fill and Breather Cap (See
Blower Gearcase Drain Plug (Drain and refill)
Blower Gearcase Oil Level Plug (Check level)
BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY:
1. OIL CAN POINTS.
Every 50 hours lubricate all
W. C. WESTMORELAND
General, United States Army,
control linkage with OE.
Chief of Staff.
2. LUBRICANTS. The following is a list of lubricants
with the Military Symbols and applicable specification
KENNETH G. WICKHAM,
Major General, United States Army,
The Adjutant General.
OE MIL-L-2104 GAA MIL-G-10924
Copy of this Lubrication Order will remain with the
equipment at all times; instructions contained herein are
LO 5-374-206-12- DISTRIBUTION: To be distributed In accordance with DA
Form, 12-25, Sec I (qty rqr Block #150), Organizational maintenance
requirements for Pest Control, Sprayer, Insecticide Equipment.
* U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1985-461-026/20064