TM 10-8110-202-13 & P
5-12. REPAIR DRUMBODY - MODEL M43699-02 ONLY
TOOLS: Pressure-type vulcanizer
Stiff-bristle cleaning brush
MATERlALS/PARTS: Cement, exterior, PT-659 (Item 15, Appendix F)
Cement, interior, PT-589 (Item 16, Appendix F)
Detergent, mild non-toxic (Item 7, Appendix F)
Gum, exterior, SA-174-1, 0.030 (Item 17, Appendix F)
Gum, interior, SA-131-3, 0.030 (Item 18, Appendix F)
Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) (Item 10, Appendix F)
Paper, anti-stick, 10950 (Item 19, Appendix F)
Patch, exterior, PS-693 (Item 20, Appendix F)
Patch, interior, PS-692 (Item 21, Appendix F)
TROUBLESHOOTING REFERENCE (Table 5-1):
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS:
Repair in a clean, well-ventilated
Wash out drum body interior.
CONDITION: Drum disassembled
Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) used for cleaning drum
repair areas is extremely flammable and is potentially dan-
gerous to personnel and property. Keep container closed.
Use in a well-ventilated area as the fumes are dangerous if
inhaled. Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact. Flash
point of MEK is 24°F (4.4°C).
Holes in the drum body larger than 5 inches across in any
one direction cannot be repaired. Replace the drum body.
Remove all dirt from area around hole to be repaired.