Section II. MOVEMENT TO NEW WORKSITE
Dismantling for Movement.
Make certain that engine generator set is
not operating in a standby mode, or con-
nected to a parallel bus.
a. Preparation for Movement.
(1) Disconnect the load cables from the load
terminal board (fig. 2-3) and tag for identifica-
(2) Remove the exhaust pipe extension, if
(3) Drain fuel (fig. 3-7) and coolant (para
3-41) if transportation by railroad is anticipated
or the distance to be traveled is great.
(4) Refer to the basic issue item list
(Appendix B) and make sure that all items are
present and properly stowed.
(5) Disconnect the ground lead from the
ground terminal stud (fig. 2-2).
(6) Disconnect any other external hoses,
lines and cables, if used.
(7) Close and secure all doors and panels.
(1) If the engine generator set is to be
moved only a short distance and the terrain is
suitable, attach a suitable towing device to the
towing openings of the engine generator set and
tow the engine generator set to the new worksite.
(2) If the engine generator set is to be
moved a long distance, or if the terrain is
unsuitable for towing, prepare engine generator
set for moving as described in paragraph 2-7 a.
Reinstallation after Movement.
Refer to paragraph 2-5 for reinstallation after
movement to a new worksite.
CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
Controls and Instruments.
This section describes and illustrates the various
The purpose of the generator set controls and
controls and instruments required for generator
instruments and the normal and scale readings of
the instruments are illustrated in figure 2-5.