h. DO work from clean areas into dirty areas whenever possible and,
thus, minimize the time spent in dirty areas.
i. DO fit the nozzle protective cap assembly over the nozzle assembly
if it is necessary to move through an area of high contamination.
j. DO be aware of possible pick up of condensation, particularly on
gloves and overboots.
CAM Operation 'DON'T Items".
a. DON'T take the nozzle protective cap assembly off the nozzle
assembly until CAM is cleared down to one or zero bars and the WAIT display
b. DON'T continue to sample air once contamination has been found.
Back off from contamination to clear down the CAM prior to resampling in the
next area of search.
c. DON'T let CAM come into contact with the surface you are monitoring.
e. DON'T change modes until CAM has cleared down to one or zero bars.
f. DON'T decontaminate a CAM while it is operating.
g. DON'T switch CAM off for end of mission or storage if any bars are
Removing CAM from Operation.
Decontaminate a contaminated CAM
before performing shutdown procedures.
a. Remove and discard filtered nozzle standoff (1) from nozzle assembly
b. Inspect nozzle assembly for indications of moisture; if droplets of
water are noticed, attempt to shake moisture off.
c. Twist (counterclockwise) and remove nozzle protective cap assembly
(3) from environmental cap (4)(Figure 2-11).
d. Twist (clockwise) and install nozzle protective cap assembly (3) to
CAM (5)(Figure 2-11).