NASA CP Basic Principles Book
Indice ROCarneval


Operating and Maintenance Instructions

adaptaed from:

Hard spot inspection trolley • PLAMAT-M • 18201
Operating and Maintenance Instructions • V2.0

1.3.5 Cleaning work

• Before starting any cleaning work take all safety precautions.
• Don’t use any flammable liquids and aggressive cleaning agents, such as acidic or caustic
• When cleaning, ensure that no parts may be damaged (e. g. probes).

Exclamação   Danger of malfunction by penetrating water!
Carefully cover all electric and electronic components before cleaning the system with water.
Do not direct high-pressure steam jet cleaners to electric/electronic equipment.
After cleaning, check all components for functioning.

1.3.6 Working on the electric system

Exclamação  Danger caused by Electric Voltage!
Work on the electric system must be carried out only by electro- technically qualified personnel.
Prior to any maintenance work on the high-voltage circuits, switch off the power supply. Secure the switch so that it cannot be switched on unintentionally.
If to carry out specific work the inspection system must be in motion or the power supply must be switched on, take measures to avoid dangerous

• Prior to working on the system, take all measures required to avoid accidents. Always observe the following safety rules:
• disconnect,
• secure against switching on,
• ensure that the system is electrically dead,
• ground and short-circuit,
• cover or install a barrier around neighboring parts which are under voltage

1.3.7 Behavior during accidents

In case of accidents with personal injuries or damage to material or building, the internal works regulations on installation site are applicable.

1.3.8 Remaining hazards and protection

Remaining hazards are hazards which may occur while handling the inspection system which cannot be eliminated despite its safe design. Remaining hazards are not obvious and may lead to possible injuries or represent a risk to health.

However, remaining hazards are not restricted to the immediate hazardous area of the inspection system so that persons staying in this area must be very careful in order to be able to react without delay in the case of a malfunction, of an incident, of a failure etc. Persons staying in the area of the inspection system must have been instructed about the possible hazards in connection with the system.

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