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2-6 ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE (CONTD).
c. Assembly of Sink Assemblies. Assemble the sinks as follows:
Serious injury could occur if heavy equipment is moved/lifted without sufficient personnel
to do the job. Use proper physical lifting procedures or use a suitable lifting device or
dolly. Wear safety shoes, gloves and other suitable protective clothing.
The sink assembly must sit correctly on the burner rack. If the sink assembly is not
installed correctly, the improper placement will block the flue and cause the heat guard
and sink assembly to overheat. Keep body parts away from the heat guard. Failure to
do so may cause serious injury to personnel.
Ensure the burner unit is pushed all the way back into the burner rack. Ensure the back
of the sink assembly is aligned with the back of the burner rack and the burner rack tabs
are inserted in the flue on the sink. When the sink assembly is properly placed on the
burner rack, it will help prevent the burner from overheating. Failure to do so will shorten
the life span of the equipment.
Make sure you leave enough air space between the tent wall and the sink assemblies.
Frequently check for heating of the tent wall while the burner units are in use. Move the
burner units further away from the tent wall if necessary to prevent possible ignition
of the tent.
(1) Move three sink body assemblies (1), sink adapters (2), burner racks (3), with burner units in place (4), and
base racks (5) to the sink locations.
(2) Place the base rack (5) in position; place the burner rack (3) with burner unit (4) on top of base rack (5).
Ensure the burner unit is pushed all the way into the burner rack.
(3) Place the sink body assembly (1) on top of burner rack (3).