Place control lever (5 Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2) in open position and dispense liquid through
The flow may be stopped at any time by dosing nozzle. When dispensing is complete, place emer-
gency dump valve lever in close position.
Drain hose and nozzle assembly and disconnect it from emergency dump valve coupling.
Stow the hose and nozzle assembly and cap the emergency dump valve with dust cap (15,
Figure 1-1 and 15, Figure 1-2).
Do not drain flammable liquid on transporting vehicles.
Draining the Tank (All Models except Advance Model TRL 1000).
Connect drain hose to drain valve (11, Figure 1-1 ); this will direct drainage away from unit. Turn
drain valve handle (9, Figure 1-1 ) to open position.
When tank is completely drained, turn drain valve handle (9, Figure 1-1 ) to dosed position.
d. Draining the Tank (Advance Model TRL 1000).
To drain tank, use same procedure as described in b above.
After draining tank with hose and nozzle, remove drain plug (9, Figure 1-2) to remove any remain-
ing l-quid or water accumulation. Reinstall drain plug.
Section IV. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
2-6. Operation in Extreme Heat.
Locate tank unit in shade, where possible, and wet down with water to reduce heat.
b. Follow instructions for operation under normal conditions.
2-7. Operation in Dusty or Sandy Areas.
Take advantage of natural barriers to blowing sand and dust, or, if necessary, erect artificial barriers.
b. Clean tank unit with an approved cleaning solvent, giving special attention to cavities, corners, and par-
tially exposed interior spaces. Dry thoroughly. Keep tank and areas around emergency valve and controls free from
sand and dust.
2-8. Operation in Salt Water Areas. Saltwater corrodes metal. If unpainted equipment parts are exposed to
salt water, dean them off immediately with an approved cleaning solvent and dry thoroughly. All surfaces should
be cleaned daily.