ARMY TM 10-8340-224-13
AIR FORCE TO 35E561
2-27. GENERAL (CONT).
Perform unit level decontamination of
the TEMPER only under supervision of
unit NBC personnel.
(2) If TEMPER is set up, decontaminate the fabric around
the entrance way area of nuclear, chemical or
biological contamination by applying STB slurry or
brushing with hot, soapy water.
(3) Prepare slurry by mixing approximately equal parts of
water with STB. Scrub slurry into fabric.
STB slurry may leave a harmless, white
chalky residue. This is not a cause for
(5) Decontaminate the remaining sections of the TEMPER by
natural methods. Expose the erected tent to the effects
of weather and aeration for approximately 2-3 days.
Heavy concentrations of DS2 are harmful
to the TEMPER fabric. A fine spray mist
is recommended. Do not scrub with mop or
DS2 will cause some change in fabric color.
(4) Remove slurry promptly with brush (Appendix E Section
II, Item 1) and liberal quantities of hot water and
soap (Appendix E, Section II, Item 10) then rinse with
(6) Aeration is not effective against V-agents. If
contaminated by V-agent entire TEMPER must be
decontaminated with DS2 slurry.