Section I. GENERAL
( 2 ) Widely dispersed scattering of material,
This manual is for your use while operating and main-
preferably into heavy underbrush, can serve as a denial
taining Heater, Space, Multifuel, with Blower, 15,000
or delaying measure. In the event the area is recap-
BTU/HR, 28VDC, Model UH-48-C and UH-48-D, Type
tured, effort should be made to recoup concealed items.
1-5. Administrative Storage.
1-2. Maintenance Forms and Records.
a. Maintenance forms and records that you are re-
(1) Equipment that is placed in administrative
quired to use are as follows:
storage should be capable of being readied to perform
(1) DA Form 2402 (Exchange Tag).
its mission within a 24-hour period or as otherwise may
(2) DA Form 2404 (Equipment Inspection and
be prescribed by the approving authority.
(2) Report equipment in administrative storage in
(3) DA Form 2407 (Maintenance Request Used for
Materiel Readiness and Unit Readiness reports as
Requesting Support Maintenance).
prescribed for all reportable equipment.
(4) DA Form 2407-1 (Continuation Sheet Used for
(3) Perform inspections, maintenance services,
Requesting Support Maintenance).
and lubrications in accordance with the instructions in
b. For additional forms and records pertaining to
your particular equipment, refer to DA PAM 738-
b. Storage Site.
7 5 0 (The Army Maintenance Management
S y s t e m (TAMMS)).
(1) Select the best available site for storage. Sepa-
1-3. Equipment Serviceability Criteria.
rate stored equipment from equipment in use. Con-
spicuously mark the area "Administrative Storage".
This equipment is not covered by an ESC.
(2) Covered space is preferred. Open sites should be
1-4. Destruction of Army Materiel to Pre-
improved hardstand, if available. Unimproved sites
vent Enemy Use.
should be firm, well drained, and kept free of excessive
a. Destruction by Misuse.
c. Storage Plan.
(1) Pour sand and gravel into the fuel supply.
(1) Store equipment so as to provide maximum pro-
(2) Block air inlet and outlet passages with oil-
tection from the elements and to provide access for in-
soaked rags or debris.
spection, maintenance, and exercising.
b. Mechanical Destruction. Using an axe, pick, mat-
(2) Take into account environmental conditions,
tock, sledge, or any other heavy implement, damage all
such as extreme heat or cold; high humidity; blowing
vital elements such as controls, fuel pump, switches
sand, dust, or loose debris; soft ground; and take adequ-
and valves, motor and any other major assemblies and
d. Maintenance Services and Inspection.
c. Destruction by Fire. Pour fuel over unit and pile
(1) Prior to storage, perform the next scheduled
quantities of flammable material around unit. Burn as-
major preventive maintenance checks and services. In-
semblies and components on a priority basis if possible.
spect and approve equipment.
Proper concentration of equipment to be burned will
(2) Correct all shortcomings and deficiencies.
produce a hotter, more destructive fire. Fires should be
Clean the equipment of dirt, grease, and other contami-
l i t after mechanical destruction has been ac-
(3) Remove rust and damaged paint by scraping,
d. Destruction by Gunfire. Fire on the equipment
wire brushing, sanding, or buffing. Sand to a smooth
with the heaviest weapons available, aiming at the ma-
finish and spot paint as necessary.
jor assemblies and controls.
(4) After cleaning and drying, immediately coat
unpainted surfaces with an oil or grease as appropri-
Point blank firing at equipment should
not be attempted unless the safety of
(5) Install all covers; close and secure all openings
all personnel in the area is assured,
except those required for venting and draining. Seal
e. Use of Natural Surroundings.
openings to prevent entry of rain, snow, or dust. Place
(1) Submergence of equipment and repair parts
equipment and provide adequate blocking to allow for
underwater (lakes, ponds, bogs, swamps, etc.), or by
draining of water. Refer to TM 740-90-1 for any addi-
concealment by hiding material in caves or preferably
by burial, can be used effectively.
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