Make sure the diameter of the hole to be drilled is within the capacity of the drill.
Connect the drill to the power source.
Ask a coworker for assistance.
Insert the chuck key.
Life of the drill only.
Speed of drilling only.
Frictional heat during drilling.
Drilling speed and the drill bit life.
Apron and gloves.
Eye and face protection.
Gloves and steel-toed boots.
Safety glasses and long sleeved shirt.
An AF Form 979 is attached to the unit.
Potential for lightning within 15 miles of the area.
Procedures are not covered in detail in the owner’s manual.
The unit is tagged with a DD Form 1574–1, condition code A
Standing clear of the attached load.
Padding any sharp corners the sling may come in contact with.
Keeping your hands and fingers from between the sling and the load.
Inspecting the sling by passing your bare hand over the body of the sling.
Ohms, milliohms, and kilohms.
Ohms, kilohms, and megohms.
Amps, ohms, and millivolts.
Ohms, volts, and amps.
Alternating current and direct current.
Range and hold.
Auto and manual.
Continuous and momentary.
The deck-panel supports must be properly positioned and locked in place with quick-release pins.
The deck-panel supports must be properly positioned and held in place with a tie- down strap
Bomb chocks must be positioned to the deck-panels and locked in place with cotter pins.
Close and lock the two deck panels; the trailer cannot be towed in this configuration
Pulling either one of two hand levers located on each side of the front of trailer.
Pulling either one of two hand levers located on each side of the rear of trailer.
Pulling the center hand lever located in the front of trailer.
Pulling the surge brake located on the tongue of trailer.
Rack and pinion.
Power recirculating ball.
Front-wheel automotive type.
Four-wheel double Ackerman.
Steel chains only.
Wire ropes and slack adjusters.
Wood bracing and tie-down straps.
MB–1 chain assemblies and/or tie-down straps.
At the beginning and ending of each shift.
During initial pre-check of the trailer only.
After loading, unloading, and periodically between stops.
After loading, unloading, and every 10 minutes when transporting.
Provide added stability and to decrease hydraulic pressure from the lift boom when carrying maximum capacity loads over long distances.
Provide added support and to relieve hydraulic pressure from the lift arms when carrying loads for long distances.
Relieve excess pneumatic pressure from the lift boom when the lift truck is parked.
Relieve excess hydraulic pressure from the lift boom when the lift truck is parked.