The logical steps in the overall operation of this spray system will include un-crating, field assembly, installation
into aircraft, preflight checkout, loading, calibration, in-flight checkout, in-flight operating, and post-flight operations
(primarily flushing and cleaning), On an initial operation, four (4) to six (6) hours should be allowed for un-crating through
loading. Subsequent assemblies and installation under similar conditions with the same personnel can be reduced to at
Field Assembly and Installation into Aircraft
Each system will be shipped and stored in a skid frames
(1) Un-crate panels in sequence as marked on panel exteriors,
(2) Remove tie-down lugs from frame, remove both nuts and washers and place on appropriate cargo
(3) Place spray tank unit (including structure and pump) in aircraft with pump facing forwards
CAUTION: 4 MEN ARE RECOMMENDED FOR THIS OPERATION.
NOTE: LUGS WILL REMAIN ATTACHED TO TANK UNIT FOR SUBSEQUENT INSTALLATIONS.
(4) Following verification that lugs are properly positioned, place washers on each lug, hand tighten
large nut down and tighten firmly with 1 5/8" socket wrench, locking lug to the unit frame.
NOTE: SHAKE LUGS TO KEEP STRAIGHT WHEN TIGHTENING NUTS,
(5) Place the 9/16" nut on each lug and tighten with 7/8" socket wrench which locks lug to the aircraft
(6) Place AN380-3-4 cotter pin in each lug and spread.