Section II. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES, AND FEATURES.
The unit is self-contained. All components required to make the system operational are supplied.
Trailer mounting ensures transportability over many types of terrain.
The lube unit is diesel-powered; thus, electrical power is not required.
The skid mounted lube unit may be removed for operation or may be left on the trailer.
Capabilities and Features.
The winterization assembly heats the engine, battery, and lubricant tank. This allows the lube unit to
operate in temperatures down to -40F.
The lube unit dispenses air and three types of lubricant: grease, engine oil, and gear lube.
A transfer pump is included for use in dispensing lubricants from 55-gallon drums.
A trouble light is provided for illumination of obscured areas and for night missions.
Many accessories have been provided for specialized lube jobs.
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS. (Refer to Figure 1-2).
Aluminum Enclosure (1): Encloses major components, suppresses noise levels, and protects components from
Engine Oil Pump (2): Pumps engine oil for desired use.
Grease Pump (3): Pumps grease for desired use. Two hoses are included for this pump.
Gear Lube Pump (4): Pumps gear lubricant for desired use.
Transfer Pump (5): Pumps diesel fuel, engine oil, and gear lubricant from 55 gallon drums.
Lubricant Tank (6): Houses three compartments: one grease, one gear lubricant, and one for engine oil.
Air Compressor (7): Creates compressed air. Stores air in the air receiver tank for use as needed.
Air Receiver Tank (8): Stores compressed air created by the compressor.
Tool Box Assembly (9): Contains air repair hose, transfer pump discharge hose, and miscellaneous tools and
Trailer Assembly (10): Allows for towing of the lube unit. Serves as mounting platform for the Unit.