LANTERN (2) Three gasoline lanterns used for night operations.
STORAGE RACK ASSEMBLY (3) One storage rack assembly set (each set formed by stacking three rack assemblies).
OVEN ASSEMBLY (4) Two oven assemblies permit food cooking/heating, roasting and baking and maintaining serving
temperatures of hot foods.
BURNER RACK (5) Two burner racks support the M2 bumers under the oven assemblies.
BASE RACK (6) Two base racks support the burner racks and oven assemblies.
GRIDDLE ASSEMBLY (7) One griddle assembly used for grilling food. Uses two M2 burner units. It consists of one
griddle top, double burner rack and double base rack STEAM TABLE ASSEMBLY (8) One steam table assembly used
with two M2 burner units to maintain temperature of hot items on serving line. It consists of adapter top, steam table
body, double burner rack and double base rack.
HEATER TANK ASSEMBLY (9) One heater tank assembly with one M2 burner unit in place and filled with water, heats
COOKING POT CRADLE ASSEMBLY (10) Two cooking pot cradle assemblies with M2 burner units in place permit the
preparation of hot beverages.
M2 BURNER UNIT (11) Six M2 burner units are used as a heat source for the MFK equipment.
MOUNTED CAN OPENER (12) For opening tray-packs. Two are supplied and are mounted on the work tables.
WORK TABLE (13) Two work tables are used for various food preparation activities.
LIQUID DISPENSER (14) Seventeen liquid dispensers maintain beverages hot or cold for on-site and remote feeding.
FOOD CONTAINER (15) Six food containers maintain heated food for both remote and on-site feeding.
STORAGE CABINET (16) Two storage cabinets are used to store and maintain pastry/dessert type items.
1-8.1 DIFFERENCES IN EQUIPMENT.
Original production MFK ovens were built with gaskets around the oven door. If the gaskets need to be replaced, follow
the procedures for repair of the oven door assembly in Chapter 4. Later production ovens were designed and built
without oven door gaskets.
1-9. EQUIPMENT DATA.
Frame supported, 16 feet x 20 feet
Provided with doorways on each side
Screened roof vents with flaps
Windows on each side
One stove pipe opening in roof
Equipped with cotton liner for cold weather operations.
Provided with tent fly to minimize the solar load in hot environments, and to permit the roof vents
to be opened in bad weather.
Can be expanded in 8-foot sections to form a shelter of any length.
Refer to TM 10-8340-224-13 for additional tent data.