Chest – Ice 48 QT.
Storage and Shelf Life Checks:
Initial Inspection/Disposal Criteria
- Visually inspect for damage, cracks, broken, melted parts or evidence of leakage, if any dispose of.
- Inspect lid for proper closure and working hinges.
- Inspect handles.
- Inspect drain plug for leakage or any damage.
- Refurbish if damage is determined to be repairable.
- Return to stock if item is clean, undamaged and/or in unused condition.
- Dispose of item if damage is determined to be unrepairable or if stains cannot be cleaned.
- Salvage any usable parts for future repairs.
- Use pressure washer to clean inside and outside of ice chest. Disinfect per Cache direction.
- If necessary clean stains with a scrubbing pad and mild detergent.
- Rinse thoroughly.
- Stand upside down to air dry and/or wipe down completely to dry.
- Lid – replace hinges if possible
- Handles –replace if possible
- Drain plug– replace if possible
- Spray paint top lid of ice chest if any unwanted writing is present
- If ice chest has water inside the lid drill a 1/8” hole in lid to take out excess water, use glue from a hot glue gun to fill the hole after completely drained and dry.
C. Testing for Performance
- If drain plug was replaced, add water to inside of ice chest to ensure drain is not leaking.
- Stencil and spray paint or use permanent marker to apply NFES #000557 to the exterior of the chest.
- Band clean/dry ice chest with one band.
- Palletize per local cache option.
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