2-6. DECALS AND INSTRUCTION PLATES. (Continued)
Figure 2-8. Identification Plate, Condenser Assembly.
2-7. PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT.
Refer to paragraph 2-6, Operating Procedures, to shut down air conditioner. No other preparation is required for
SECTION IV. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
2-8. UNUSUAL ENVIRONMENTAL/WEATHER.
The air conditioner is designed to operate normally within a wide range of climatic conditions. However, some extreme
conditions require special operating and servicing procedures to prevent undue and excessive wear on the equipment.
These conditions are listed in the following paragraphs, with their required special procedures.
a. Operation in Extreme Heat. When operating the air conditioner in temperatures of 120 F (49 C) or higher,
extra care should be taken to minimize the cooling load. Some precautions that may be taken are:
If operation in extremely high temperatures for extended periods of time is anticipated, it is
recommended that weather stripping and door/window seals be repaired or replaced prior to
deployment. If possible, insulation of the shelter should be performed.
(1) Ensure all openings in the shelter or enclosure, especially doors and windows, are tightly closed. Limit in
and out traffic, if possible.