the methods listed above, should be included
limited. For this reason, it is necessary that op-
in the operator training program. It must be
erators be thoroughly familiar with all methods
emphasized in training, that demolition opera-
of destruction and be able to carry out demoli-
tions are usually necessitated by critical situa-
tion instructions without reference to this or
tions when time available for destruction is
any other manual.
Figure 46. Placement of charges.
Section II. SHIPMENT AND LIMITED STORAGE
b. Inspection. The heater will be inspected
121. Preparation of Equipment For
for any unusual conditions such as damage,
rusting, accumulation of water, and pilferage.
a. General. Detailed instructions for the
Inspection of individual components and assem-
blies will be as outlined on the "Preventive
preparation of the heater for domestic shipment
are outlined within this paragraph. Preserva-
Maintenance Service, Quarterly" in this manual.
tion will be accomplished in a sequence that will
not require the operation of previously pre-
shall be removed from the heater by an ap-
proved method. Approved methods of cleaning.