MAINTENANCE OF THE M12A1 PDDA
The M12A1 PDDA is perhaps the single most important piece of equipment
available for decontamination. In addition, the M12A1 PDDA can be used for
fire-fighting deicing, and cleaning vehicles.
But as with any piece of
equipment the M12A1 PDDA is subject to breakdown. Downtime of this critical
equipment can severely affect missions conducted in NBC environments. The
proper use of maintenance procedures will limit breakdowns to an acceptable
minimum. Also scheduling checks and services at recommended intervals will
help insure equipment readiness.
In this subcourse, you will learn to identify components of and services
required to place the M12A1 PDDA into operation.
You will also learn a
description of and how to perform operation and organizational maintenance.
In Lesson 1, you will learn a component description of the M12A1 PDDA. You
will also learn what services are required when you receive a new M12A1 PDDA
and the services required to put this equipment into operation.
In order to describe the M12A1 PDDA and understand the services
required to place the apparatus into operation, you must be able to:
1. Describe the M12A1 PDDA and identify new equipment services.
2. Describe services required for placing the apparatus into operation.
In Lesson 2, you will learn a description of operator maintenance for the
three main components of the M12A1 PDDA and their accessories.
In order to gain an understanding of operator preventive maintenance
checks and services for the M12A1 PDDA, you must first be able to:
assembly and personnel shower unit assembly.
3. Describe operator checks and services required for the M2 Water