1-36. Engine - Preservation.
Drycleaning Solvent (item 1, Appendix D)
Lubricating Oil (item 5, Appendix D)
Lubricating Oil (item 4, Appendix D)
Barrier Material (item 2, Appendix D)
Tape (item 3, Appendix D)
Methylethylketone (item 32, Appendix D)
LockWire (item 7, Appendix D)
Para 2-11, 2-17 and 5-6
A serviceable engine that is being re-
moved from an aircraft for the pur-
pose of storage or return to the over-
haul facility will be preserved prior
to removal from the aircraft.
Drycleaning solvent, P-D-680, used to
clean parts is potentially dangerous
to personnel and property. Avoid re-
peated and prolonged skin contact.
Avoid prolonged or repeated breathing
of vapors. Do not use near open flame
or excessive heat. Flash point of solvent
is 100°F - 138°F (38°C - 59°C).
1. Engine, Accessories,
When external cleaning is necessary, clean
Inlet Duct, Plenum
with solvent (item 1, Appendix D). Refer
Chamber, and Inlet
to TM 55-1500-333-24.
Insure these items are
clean and free from cor-
rosion and foreign
Do not use contact preservatives of
any kind either internally or externally
on the compressor section. Damage
to compressor could occur.