OPERATION IN COLD (BELOW 25°F (-4°C)).
Erect a shelter for the KCLFF or KCLFF-E to protect both the equipment and operators from the elements. A
shelter will reduce heat loss from food items and beverages. Tentage is not a component of the kitchen because of the
limited transportation assets in the light division, however, tentage is available as a CTA item. A minimum of 150 ft2 of
tentage is required. When operating below 0°F (-18°C), additional cold weather items such as insulted liner, M-41 heater
and smoke pipes are required for operation.
b. Personnel should use rubber gloves and aprons for protection when using the KCLFF or KCLFF-E in a cold
Operate the M2 burner units in extreme cold IAW TM 10-7360-204-13&P
2-10. OPERATION IN EXTREME HEAT
heat will cause tank pressure to increase because of fuel expansion. Make sure you start with
prescribed pressure IAW TM 10-7360-204-13&P.
air pressure gage frequently during M2 burner unit operation to "--ensure indicator needle is in the
green range (less than 25 psig.).
the unit is to be operated indoors, provide adequate ventilation.
Operate the M2 Burner Units in Extreme Heat IAW TM 10-7360-204-13&P
2-11. OPERATION IN DUSTY OR SANDY AREAS.
Erect a protective shelter for the KCLFF or KCLFF-E, if possible, and take advantage of natural barriers. A shelter
is available as a CTA item.
Where excess water is available, keep the immediate area wetted down. Keep the equipment as clean as
Keep dirt and grit out of the fuel system and reserve fuel supply.
Operate the M2 burner units in dusty or sandy areas IAW TM 10-7360-204-13&P
2-12. OPERATION UNDER RAINY OR HUMID CONDITIONS.
Erect a protective shelter for the KCLFF or KCLFF-E during inclement weather. If units require a shelter, tentage
is a CTA item.
When not in use, KCLFF or KCLFF-E must be covered with canvas or other waterproof material. Remove the
cover during dry periods and allow equipment to dry.
Operate M2 Burner Units under rainy or humid conditions IAW TM 10-7360-204-13&P Change 3 2-23
Change 3 2-23