314 Tools and Materials Required for Operator's Maintenance
The following tools and materials are required for operator's
b. Mild soap.
c. Lintfree cloth or sponge.
d. Soft bristle brush.
a. Remove dust and loose dirt with a clean, soft cloth.
The fumes of trichloroethane are toxic. Provide thorough
ventilation whenever used. DO NOT use near open flame.
Trichloroethane is not flammable, but exposure of the fumes
to an open flame converts the fumes to highly toxic,
Do not use trichloroethane on rubber rollers of processing
rack assembly (figure 34).
b. Grease, fungus, and groundin dirt. Remove grease, fungus, and
groundin dirt, using a cloth dampened (not wet) with trichloroethane.
c. Gears. Remove dust and dirt from gears with a brush. If difficulty
in removing dirt occurs, dampen the cloth with water; mild soap may be used
to make the cleaning more effective.
d. Solution tray, housing assembly, and feed shelf. Clean the solution
tray (figure 33), housing assembly, and feed shelf (figure 31) thoroughly
with mild soap, cool water and a lintfree cloth or sponge. Rinse them
thoroughly in cool water for 5 minutes. Allow them to drain dry or wipe dry
with a clean, lintfree cloth. Make certain all water is removed from drain
bellows of the solution tray (figure 33).
Do not soak the processing rack assembly (figure 34) in