Safety practices and procedures.
The following special precautions should be observed
when using the SPEM stand:
· Do not exceed the weight capacity of
· Check the area before lowering the
workbasket or rotating the turntable.
· Do not try to propel the stand from the
workbasket with the hand parking brake
following procedures pertain to the operation of the
Tow the stand to the work site.
Use the self-propelling motor to
locate the stand in a working position.
Enter the workbasket and position it
as necessary using the extendable arm, self-propelling,
and turntable capabilities.
Reverse these procedures to stow
the stand when the work is complete.
Inspection. The following general
operator inspection apply to the SPEM stand.
Visual inspection. Look over the
entire stand for obvious damage or leaks.
Batteries. Check electrolyte level.
Hydraulic reservoir. Check fluid
level. Service if necessary.
Tires. Check for proper pressure.
applicable maintenance manual for preventive and
scheduled maintenance requirements.
Hydraulic Test Stand. The hydraulic test stand,
shown in figure 9-5, is a mobile, self-contained hydraulic
testing unit. It is enclosed in a steel, weather resistant
housing, mounted on a trailer assembly that has a two
bar to permit towing with a vehicle. Access to
components in the housing is provided by doors.
Figure 9-5. Type D5 Hydraulic Test Stand