Sewage is a common mode of transmission for parasitic organisms that may
have the capability of causing communicable diseases. After coming in contact
with sewage or contaminated equipment, be sure to clean yourself with a disin-
fectant soap. Avoid sewage contact with skin abrasions, punctures, cuts, and
other open wounds. Wipe up and clean any spills and/or contaminated equip-
ment using a disinfectant soap. Failure to comply can result in serious illness.
Heavy loads can crush. Do not allow any body parts to come under the load or
between the load and a stationary object. Death or serious injury can result.
9. Remove the media tank inspection cover (figure 5, item 4) from the media tank (figure 5, item 11).
CLEANING AND INSPECTION
1. Inspect the airlift (figure 7, item 1) and airlift drop hose assembly (figure 7, item 2) for damage and corrosion.
2. Inspect the spillover pipe assembly (figure 7, item 3) to make sure it is in place and not damaged.
3. Use a hose and nozzle connected to a clean water supply not exceeding 75 PSI (5.1 bar) to clean the
accumulated microorganisms from the tank walls (figure 7, item 4), airlift drop (figure 7, item 2), spillover pipe
(figure 7, item 3), and media (figure 7, item 5).
4. Clean all of the silicone from the media tank inspection cover (figure 5, item 4) and the media tank (figure 5,
Figure 7. MSD Media Tank Internal Components
1. Close valve MSD-9 MEDIA TANK DRAIN (figure 4, item 4).
2. Connect the compressed air pipe (figure 5, item 6) and tighten the compressed air pipe couplings (figure 5,