LEVEL A PREPARATION -- CONTINUED.
11. Place tag stating, "BATTERIES ARE DISCONNECTED," on the keyless engine switch, and include quantity,
proper shipping name, and identification of hazardous materials aboard machine in shipment data.
13. Cover control pedestals, screed keypads, and operator seats with plastic bag, securing with duct tape.
14. Notify field maintenance personnel to perform Level A Storage Preparation.
END OF TASK
LEVEL A REMOVE FROM STORAGE
1. Notify field maintenance personnel to perform Level A Storage Removal.
2. Remove plastic bag and duct tape from control pedestals, screed keypads, and operator seats.
END OF TASK
LEVEL B PREPARATION
Equipment processed Level B is intended to provide protection for up to 48 months of storage
under controlled humidity conditions or outside storage for 90 days maximum without any
exercising or maintenance. All equipment to be operational, drive-on/drive-off, with minimal
Additional information about Level B storage requirements can be found in MIL-STD-3003B
and TM 38-470.
1. Fill fuel tanks, unless another volume of fuel is specified, to a level between one-half and three-quarters full
6. Apply preservative film to bare metal portions of bolt-on screed extension kit (WP 0023).
7. Pack end gates, cutoff shoes, and bolt-on screed extension kit (WP 0023).
8. Park BMPM on level lot.
9. Turn keyless engine switch to the OFF position (WP 0004).
11. Unless otherwise specified, notify field maintainer to disconnect batteries for storage exceeding 30 days, and
secure cable ends from contact with terminals using ratchet straps.