TM 9-4520-257-12&P 0009 00
Table 2. H-45 Type II (Liquid Fuel) Heater Inventory List
Illustration Item Number
(See WP 0050 00-02, -04, and -05)
Heater body base
Top heater shell
Stack pipe (6 units)
Stack cap assembly
Flow control bracket
Burner cap assembly
Burner reaming tool
Burner shell assembly
Rim clenching clamps (3 each)*
Fuel flow control valve
Flow control burner hose
Collapsible fuel can stand
Gravity feed adapter kit
High fire ring*
Fuel overflow hose
Pan head screws (3 each)*
Fuel supply hose
* These components come pre-assembled from the factory.
CHECKING UNPACKED EQUIPMENT
Damage. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred during shipment. If the equipment has been
damaged, report the damage on SF 364, Report of Discrepancy.
Completeness. Check the equipment against the packing list to see if the shipment is complete. Report
all discrepancies in accordance with DA PAM 738-750.
Modifications. Check to see whether the equipment has been modified. Equipment that has been
modified will have the Modification Work Order (MWO) number on the case near the instruction plate on
the heater body base. Check also to see whether all currently applicable MWOs have been applied.
(Current MWOs are listed in DA PAM 25-30.)
BURNING OFF PROTECTIVE PRESERVATIVE FILM PRIOR TO USE
The metal surfaces of the H-45 heater body are protected with a preservative film that must be burned off
prior to using the heater in an enclosed area. To burn off the protective film, set up the H-45 in an open
outside area and light in accordance with WP 0005 00. Once the heater is hot, smoke will be seen coming
off the metal surfaces as the preservative burns off. Allow the heater to burn until no more smoke is
observed. Shut the heater down and prepare for movement as detailed in WP 0005 00.