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Table 2-7. Operating Standards - Continued
Item
Operating standards
travel swing brake,
lift, rolls, roller
wheels, rotary drills,
tillers, drill rods, etc.
AVL launcher
Operate in intended manner, if possible, to prove operation is satisfactory and controls are properly
adjusted. Make sure the launcher steers equally well to the left or right and performs properly
in neutral steer. Check for proper adjustments, broken or leaking hose, tubing or connections.
Bridge super-
Operate the interior bay in full intended manner, if possible, to prove satisfactory operation of
structure; interior
the hydraulic lift cylinder, rotation cylinder, locking pin cylinder and curb cylinders. Assure
bay and end bay
that there are no bent, broken, unduly worn or inoperative components.  The hydraulic
cylinders, hose, tubing and connections must be free of leaks. Operate the end bay in the
same manner as the interior bay above except as noted below.
CAUTION
The folded ramp section must not be unfolded unless mated to an interior bay. The
ramp hydraulic operation may be tested in its road position by raising the ramp to
approximately 30, then lowering to folded position.
Booms, brushes,
Operate in full intended manner to insure trouble free performance, proper adjustment and
shakers, blowers
freedom from broken or badly worn parts.
and filter bags
Bulldozer blades,
Operate in full intended manner if possible. If this cannot be done, operate to the full extent
spades, and their
possible to insure trouble free performance, proper adjustment, and freedom from broken
operating mechanisms
or leaking parts or assemblies.
Capstan
Operate under load to insure proper function. There must be no leaks in the hose, tube or
connections. Assure that hydraulic motor performs properly.
Communication
Installed radio receiver and transmitter, and intercom systems are to be operated in their
system
intended manner to insure proper function.
Heaters and air
Operate heaters and/or air conditioners to insure adequate and safe function.
conditioners
Conveyors, feeders
Operate all components in intended manner to prove operation is satisfactory and that there are
crushers, screeners,
no missing, damaged or worn parts. Inspect while in operation for any required adjustments
conveyor belts,
or leaks.
buckets and discs
Crane, hoist,
Operate hoists under load to insure proper function. Inspect for leaks and adjustment. Operate
turntable, winches
crane forward, reverse and traverse hoist boom to insure adequate maneuverability.
Cutter bars mower
Operate equipment in its intended manner. Correct any deficiency in operation. All cutters and
knives
knives must be sharp.
Electrical power
Perform sequence test and operate to the full load to insure trouble free performance.
generating equip
ment, electrical
magnets, radio
suppression,
trailer couplings
Engine, clutch
Operate vehicle in all gear ranges, on side slope, grade, cross country, etc. to prove
performance
is
adequate to the required mission and that there are no broken, unduly worn, inoperative, or
transmission,
maladjusted parts or components, and that performance is adequate for intended use. If,
transfer, steering
because of local situation, testing must be performed on improved roads, "Desired Test"
suspension, brakes
miles will be the minimum test mileage (table 7a). Observe instruments while operating
horn
vehicle to assure proper function. Starter and generator must perform adequately and the
battery must accept a charge. All unusual noises or hard handling must be investigated and
corrected.
Excavator, bucket,
Operate all components under load in all ranges to prove that performance is adequate for
dozers, scraper
required mission and that there are no broken, unduly worn, inoperative or maladjusted
bowl, apron, tail-
parts or assemblies and that performance is adequate for intended function. All improper
gate tilt floor,
operations must be investigated and corrected.
moldboards, wear
shoes, skid plates,
rotors, augers, fan
blades, spades and
bulldozer blades,
springs, shock
absorbers, hydraulic
system
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