When drum is completely filled (4.0-5.0 psi working pressure), turn handwheel (2) all the way clockwise to close
coupler valve (1), thus shutting off water supply to the drum.
Unlock and remove coupler valve (1) from adapter assembly (4). Leave filler hose attached to the coupler valve
and use this coupler valve to fill the other drums.
Install two coupler valves (1) onto filled drum.
Repeat steps c. through j. for each drum to be filled.
When last drum has been filled, shut off valve at drinking water source and disconnect filler hose (6) from the
coupler valve (1) that was used to fill drums. Leave coupler valve installed on drum. Install another coupler valve
onto the other end of drum.
Each drum comes with two coupler valves. After filling the drum leave the two coupler valves
installed on the drum except during transportation. Remove the two coupler valves from the drum
when it is being transported to prevent damage to the valves. During transport, the coupler valves
must remain with the drum so they are not lot. Be sure coupler valves are protected from dirt and
other foreign matter when not installed on the drum.
DISPENSING DRINKING WATER FROM DRUM
Do not overload transport vehicle with filled drums. Each model GTAIND500-S/01 filled drum
weighs 4344 pounds (1974.5 kg). Each model RD-610 filled drum weighs 4645 pounds (2107 kg).
Each Model M43699-02 filled drum weighs 4432 pounds (2010 kg).Check transport vehicles weight
limits before loading with drums.
Roll, tow, or otherwise transport filled drum to place of use.
Select a dispensing site that is as level and dirm as possible.
Perform daily Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS). See Table 2-1.
Uncover one or both adapter assemblies (4) at either end of drum by removing dust caps (3).
Turn handwheel (2) all the way clockwise to close coupler valve (1).
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