ARMY TM 9-4120-380-14
AIR FORCE TO 35E9-136-21
Section III. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
4.5 UNLOADING. The air conditioner is packaged in a container designed for shipment and handling with the cabinet
in an upright position. The base of the container is constructed as a shipping pallet with provisions for the insertion of the
tongs of a fork on material handling equipment (see fig 4-1).
4.5.1 Remove Tie Downs. Remove all blocking and tie downs that may have been used to secure the container to the
Do not allow anyone under equipment suspended from a lifting device. Do
not allow the unit to swing while suspended from a lifting device. Failure to
observe this warning may result m injury to personnel and damage to the
Use care in handling to avoid damage to the air conditioner. If an overhead
lifting device must be used, use an appropriate sling so that the weight of the
unit is supported by the shipping container.
4.5.2 Material Handling. Use a forklift truck or other suitable material handling equipment to remove the unit from the
4.6 UNPACKING. Normally, the packaged air conditioner should be moved into the immediate area in which it is to be
installed before it is unpacked.
The shipping container is of such a design that it may be retained for reuse if
frequent relocation of the air conditioner is anticipated.
4.6.1 Remove Shipping Container. Cut the metal bands that hold the top and sides of the container to the base. Lift the
container vertically and remove it from the base and cabinet.
4.6.2 Remove Packaging. Remove the cushioning around the top of the cabinet and retain, if reuse is anticipated.
Remove the technical publications envelope and accessory sack that are taped to the cabinet and put them in a safe