LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS.
Corner Fittings (1). Four upper corner fittings provide hoist points during lifting operations. Four lower
corner fittings mate with coupling hardware on transport vehicle. Corner fittings also allow stacking of
refrigerated containers during shipment and storage.
Ladder (2). Permits personnel to access equipment and roof of container. Lower section of ladder
folds down during use when the container is on a chassis trailer and up for storage.
Refrigeration Unit (3). Cools/heats container interior.
Refer to TM 9-4110-258-13 for additional
information on the refrigeration unit.
Generator Set (4). Provides electrical power
to operate refrigeration unit and container interior light.
Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12/34 for additional information on the generator set.
Fuel Tank (5). Stores and supplies fuel to the generator set.
Temperature Recorder (6). Spring operated mechanical plotter records container interior temperatures
over a 31 day period.
Manual Holder (7). Provides waterproof storage for technical manuals, temperature recorder paper
charts and related documentation.
Exhaust Pipe (8). Connects
to Gen Set
to remove exhaust gases.
Power Cable (9). Five-foot long cable adapter connects 10Kw generator set
to refrigeration unit power
Right Door (10). Provides access to container interior. Seals cargo inside container. Always open the
right door first.
Figure 1-2. Major Components (Front