Section IV. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
2-11. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS.
Operation in Hot Weather. During hot weather, operator should avoid allowing engine to idle for extended
Operation in Wet, Mud, or Snow.
Wet weather conditions require no special operating procedures.
Excessively muddy conditions may require several passes or reduced vehicle speed to obtain desired results.
The sweeper may remove up to six inches of light powdered snow.
If the outside temperature falls below 32°F (0°C), the water tank must be drained.
Operation in Extreme Dust or Sand. Operation in extreme dust or sand conditions may require additional
maintenance of the air cleaner, fuel filter, oil filter, and hydraulic filter as well as other lubricated parts. Severity
of the local condition will dictate the level of additional maintenance.
Do not ford water exceeding 18 in. (45.7 cm) depth. Damage to equipment may result.
While the sweeper is not designed for fording, it may be exposed to high water conditions. If these conditions are
encountered it may be necessary to repack the wheel bearings and lubricate all lube points. Do not exceed 18 in. (45.7
cm) fording depth.
2-13. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
In case of severe damage to the sweeper assembly, the entire brush assembly may be removed prior to transport. Notify
unit maintenance to separate brush assembly from sweeper.