MODERN BURNER UNIT (MBU)
OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT
When preparing to move from one field location to another for continued operation, the MBU can be left
installed in the appliance. In situations where the field feeding system and the MBUs will be placed in
storage or left for longer periods of inactivity, the MBUs should be removed from the appliances and the
system components placed in appropriate containers. These should be stored in a dry place, protected
from environmental extremes such as dust and rain.
System Shut-Down. Shut the burners down in a normal manner as described previously. Depending on
the situation, perform the following steps to disassemble the MBU system, as desired.
Push the POWER button to turn off power to the MBU (the hour meter background light will turn off)
Place power converter (or battery pack) switch to the OFF position.
Disconnect power converter (or battery pack) from power source.
Disconnect Battery Pack from vehicle (if NATO Adapter Cable is used).
Disconnect 110V AC extension cord from power converter.
Disconnect NATO Adapter Cable form Battery Pack.
Disconnect 24V DC extension and branch cables
PREPARING MBU AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT FOR STORAGE
Two Person Lift
The Battery Pack weighs approximately 80 pounds (36.3 kg). Two persons must carry
the Battery Pack, lifting with legs, not back, to prevent injury.
Two Person Lift
The MBU weighs approximately 58 pounds fully fueled (26.3 kg). Two persons must
carry the MBU, lifting with legs, not back, to prevent injury.