c. Remove packaging. Remove the cushioning around the top of the cabinet and retain, if reuse is anticipated. Remove
the preservation barrier by tearing around the bottom of the cabinet. Remove the technical publications envelope and accessory
sack that are taped to the cabinet and put them in a safe place.
It is recommended that cabinet be Ieft bolted to shipping pallet until time to place it in installation
position. All receiving inspection actions can be conducted without removal from pallet.
4-4. CHECKING UNPACKED EQUIPMENT.
Perform receiving inspection of the air conditioner in the following
a. Inspect the equipment for damage incurred during shipment. If the equipment has been damaged, report damage on
form SF364, Report of Discrepancy.
b. Check the equipment against the packing slip to see if the shipment is complete. Report all discrepancies in
accordance with the instructions of DA PAM 738750.
c. Cheek to see whether the equipment has been modified.
4-5. INSTALLATION SITE PREPARATION
a. General. The air conditioner is designed so that it is adaptable to a variety of installation arrangements. Most typical
installations are made by preparing an opening in an exterior wall of the room or enclosure to be conditioned and positioning
the air conditioner so that the ducts can be attached as shown in figure 42. The following are minimum requirements for all
(1) A relatively flat unobstructed space of an area not less than 4 feet by 8 feet is required for emplacement of the
air conditioner. If the air conditioner is to be located on an uneven terrain, the raised corner must not be higher than 5 inches
above the lowered comer. Overhead clearance for condenser fan exhaust should be available. See figure 4-1 for installation
Provide a minimum distance of 2 feet at rear of unit for condenser air circulation.
(2) An unobstructed flow of air from outside the conditioned area to the inlet and outlet of the condenser.
(3) An unobstructed flow of air from inside the conditioned area to the conditioned air intake and discharge.
(4) An unobstructed flow of air from outside the conditioned area to the fresh air damper intake.