If another working heater is available, use hot air discharge to warm up
heater to be started.
2-6. DUSTY OR SANDY CONDITIONS
(1) When operating in high velocity winds, protect heater components with tarpaulins, being careful
not to close off air intake. Keep dust and sand wiped from the heater. Take advantage of natural
barriers as much as possible.
(2) Protect fuel supply from dust and dirt contamination. Wipe dust and sand from around the fuel
(3) When not in operation, close and cover the heater as tightly as possible, Clean filter frequently.
(4) Wipe excess fuel and oil from metal parts of the heater.
Starting and Operation
2-7. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORK SITE
Heaters were not designed to be towed over highways at high speeds, and
to do so is considered unsafe. Movement of short distances should be
made by hand. For movements of longer distances, the heater should be
loaded into a truck, 2 1/2-5 tons.
Follow normal shut-down procedures.
Prepare heater for movement (See Fig 11 ).
Move heater according to warning notice.
Follow normal start-up and operating instructions at new work site according to Fig 23
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