Section IV. CONTROLS
This section describes the various controls and pro-
a. Fuel Valve. The fuel valve is located on a short
vides the operator/crew sufficient information to
pipe nipple extending from the fuel tank. Adjust
insure proper operation of the immersion heater.
Controls are identical for all models.
b. Vent Plug. The vent plug is located on top of the
fuel tank. When preheating the flue, unscrew vent.
plug as far as possible without forcing it and leave it
Refer to figure 4-3 for the location of each control.
unscrewed as long as the heater is in operation.
Figure 4-3. Immersion
heater controls (FSN
Section V. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
basic motions to perform the specific tasks for which
the equipment is designed. Since nearly every job
a. The instructions in this section are published for
presents a different problem, the operator mav have
the information and guidance of personnel responsi-
ble for operation of the immersion heater.
to vary given procedures to fit the individual job.
b. The operator must know how to perform every
operation of which the immersion heater is capable.
a. Preparation for Starting. Perform the before-
This section gives instructions on starting and stop-
ping the immersion heater and on coordinating the