Section IX. MAINTENANCE OF DOOR HARDWARE
b. Door Lining Sheet.
The door hardware consists of the hinges which attach
c. Foam Insulation. Use a sharp tool to cut and
the doors to the container, the frame, and the latching
remove foam over bolts attaching door hardware to be
mechanisms (handles, rods, guides, locks) which are
operated to lock and unlock the doors.
remove damaged or defective door hardware.
a. Inspect hinges for cracks, loose bolts, and other
b. Inspect rod guides, rods, handles and locks for
a. Door Hardware.
cracks, loose bolts, and other obvious damage.
new door hardware.
c. Inspect paint on door surfaces and door
b. Foam Insulation. Use a sharp tool to cut and
hardware for excessive wear, chipping, peeling, and
snugly fit replacement foam insulation where removed
for access to bolts. The replacement foam must be the
same thickness as the adjacent foam and meet the
requirements of Federal Specification HH-I-503A, Type
2, Grade 2, Class 1.
c. Door Lining Sheet.
b. Paint door
d. Door Assembly.
c. Replace damaged or defective door hardware
(1) Install door and hinge pins.
(2) Full weld hinge pins on shank end only.
Section X. MAINTENANCE OF DOCUMENT & MANUAL HOLDERS
a. Document Holder.
shipping papers and technical data applicable to the
container and its contents.
Inspect both holders for obvious damage and defective
See applicable Figure (4-6 or 4-7) and install holder.