LOWERING SHELTER ROOF
When all equipment and materiel is stored on stationary side of shelter, limited
floor space presents a safety hazard to operating personnel. This is most critical
during raising and lowering of roof panel. Failure to observe supplemental
instructions could result in SERIOUS INJURY to personnel. Personnel inside
shelter could become trapped between roof panel and equipment bolted to floor.
When swinging end wall closed, D-rings on ECU panel should be pressed flat
against panel to prevent damage to hinged roof.
1. Two personnel inside shelter, using support struts (1), will lower roof panel (2) until two personnel outside can
reach and hold weight of roof.