CONTAINERIZED CHAPEL (CC)
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES,INTRODUCTION
THIS SECTION COVERS:
Lubrication Service Intervals
Tools and Special Tools
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) are performed to keep the Containerized Chapel
(CC) and its associated equipment in good operating condition. The checks are used to find, correct, or
report problems. PMCS procedures are done every day the CC is operated, using the PMCS table. Pay
attention to WARNING and CAUTION statements. A WARNING means someone could be hurt. A
CAUTION means equipment could be damaged. Operators are to perform the PMCS tasks, keeping in
mind the following:
Before you begin using the CC, do Before PMCS
During use of the CC, do During PMCS
After using the CC, do After PMCS
Once a week, do Weekly PMCS if the CC has been in use
Do Monthly PMCS once a month if the CC has been in use
If you find something wrong when performing PMCS, fix the problem using troubleshooting and/or
The right-hand column of the PMCS table lists conditions that make the CC not fully mission capable.
Write up the faults that cannot be repaired on DA Form 2404 for unit maintenance. For further information
on how to use this form, see DA PAM 738-750.
If tools that are required to perform PMCS are not listed in procedures, notify your superior.
Look for signs of trouble. Senses help here. You can feel, smell, hear, or see many problems that can be
eliminated before they get worse. Inspect the items to see if they are in good condition. Are all
components correctly installed and secured? Is there any visible damage to the components? Correct any
faults or notify unit maintenance.
The following are some common items to check on the CC and its associated equipment:
Are the power cables being subjected to vehicular or personnel traffic?
Are the power cables and/or extension cords laying in standing water?
Is the interior of the TEMPER clean and free of debris?
Is the interior of the general cargo container clean and are the doors secure?