All gas systems/bottles turned off and properly secured.
Ovens and Burn Out Furnace are clean and desiccant is removed from desiccating cabinets and stored.
Analytical Balance is covered and secured to vibration mount.
Shipping Straps and Brackets are used where required and retaining screws are tight.
Contents of cabinets are properly stored for movement.
Gas Alarm tested.
All AC MAIN POWER PANEL Circuit Breakers set to OFF, except A1CB1, A1CB2, A1CB9, A1CB11,
Mechanical Room POWER PANEL NO. 2 Circuit Breakers set to OFF except for A15CB10.
Water Tank, Steam Generator, High Pressure Boiler, and Air System Moisture Trap are all drained.
POWER PANEL NO. 2 Circuit breaker A15CB10 set to OFF.
Eight Overpack Boxes have been secured in the laboratory compartment with tie-down straps IAW the
MAIN POWER PANEL Circuit Breakers A1CB1, A1CB2, A1CB11, and A1CB13 set to OFF.
EMERGENCY LIGHT switches S17 and S18 set to OFF.
Mechanical Room, Laboratory Compartment Access, and Rear Access Doors are closed and locked.
External power at Generator Set is OFF.
Main Power Cable is removed from Petroleum Laboratory Connector and Generator Set Connector,
cleaned, and stored in roadside storage box. Ensure protective covers are installed on all electrical
Grounding Cable is removed from Grounding Lug in Power Input Panel.
Power Input Panel is Closed and Latched.
Grounding Clamp and Cable removed from Grounding Rod.
Grounding Rod and Driver/Puller removed from ground.
Grounding Rod, Driver/Puller, Grounding Cable, and Clamp are cleaned and stored in roadside storage
Drain Hoses are disconnected, cleaned, and stored in roadside storage box.
Hose Adapters are stored and protective covers are installed on Deck Drains.
UTILITIES box door closed and latched.
Gum Bath/Fume Exhaust Door closed and latched.
PURGE EXHAUST and INTAKE Doors closed and latched.
ECU Canvas Covers rolled down and secure.
Ladders removed from Rear Access and Laboratory Compartment Access, and mechanical Room
Access Doors removed and stored IAW TM 9-2330-362-14&P.
Rear Platform stored.
ECU Maintenance Platform stored.
PART E - DEVELOPMENT OF A MOBILE PETROLEUM LABORATORY SOP
It is the responsibility of the Petroleum Laboratory Supervisor to develop a Mobile Laboratory SOP. The
following content is required for an effective and efficient SOP.
Preventive Maintenance Procedures. PMCS procedures for the Mobile Laboratory are provided in TM
10-6640-215-13, Chapter 4.
Set-up, Power-up, and Shut-down procedures. Set-up, Power-down, and Shut-down procedures are
provided in TM 10-6640-215-13, Chapter 2.
Supply Replacement Procedures.
Mobile Laboratory Storage procedures and overpack (TM 10-6640-215-13).
The recommended format for the Mobile Laboratory SOP can be found in FM 10-426, Appendix B.