OPERATOR/CREW MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
CONSUMABLE OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
b. National Stock Number. This column indicates
the National Stock Number assigned to the item and
This section contains a table listing the consumable
will be used for requisitioning purposes.
maintenance and operating supplies required to
c. Description. This column indicates the item
operate and maintain the generator set. This table in-
name and brief description.
cludes only items peculiar to and required for
maintenance and operation.
d. Quantity Required for Initial Operation. This
column indicates the quantity of each maintenance or
3-2. Explanation of Columns
operating supply item required for initial operation of
An explanation of columns in the tabular list
e. Quantity Required for Eight Hours Operation.
a. Component Application. This column identifies
This column indicates the estimated quantities re-
the component application of each maintenance or
quired for an average 8 hours of operation.
operating supply item.
f. Notes. This column indicates informative notes
keyed to data appearing in a preceding column.
(1) Includes quantity of
oil to fill engine oil
1 qt. can as follows:
system as follows:
(2) See FSC 9100-IL for
additional data and re-
FUEL, GASOLINE, 5
gal. pail as follows:
(3) See current LO for
grade application and
3 gal (4)
(4) Tank capacity.
(5) Average fuel consump-
3 gal (4)
tion is 0.95 gal. per hour
of continuous operation.
ED regular grade
5-2805-203-12. Air Force will use the lubrication sec-
Lubrication is not required for the generator. For
tion of applicable T.O. 35C2-3-1-426 WC Series
general lubrication information on the engine, Army,
Marine Corps, and Navy users should refer to LO