Hose Roller – Electric
Small Engine Equipment
Storage and Shelf Life Checks:
Storage and Shelf Life Procedure:
Date Last Tested (DLT) not to exceed 12 months.
Initial Inspection/Disposal Criteria
- Inspect for missing parts, proper foot pedal switch operation, cracks in frame structure, roller pins in place, exterior motor damage; damaged or cut power cord.
- Verify that the protective guards are on any and all moving parts. (i.e., foot pedal shroud)
- Return to stock if there is no sign of use or damage and date last tested (DLT) does not exceed 12 months.
- Refurbish as necessary if unit has been used, damaged, or shelf life is exceeded.
- Dispose of the unit if it is not economically repairable.
- Blow dust and dirt out of electric motor.
- If needed wash with high-pressure washer (cover electric motor).
- Let dry.
- Repair cracks in frame as needed.
- Repair or replace power cord if damaged. Ensure no exposed wire, grounding hazards or electrical shock risks.
- Ensure all decals (operations and warning) are affixed and legible.
C. Test for Performance
- Plug in to power source and test motor and moving parts.
- Test roller under a load by means of rolling lengths of hose.
- Retest after servicing motor and/or transfer case.
- Use nylon “zip-tie” to tie off (seal) power cord to frame.
- Attach certification tag that indicates date last tested (DLT), property #, and name of individual certifying performance.
- Ensure that all identification (property #, serial #, owner ID) is affixed and legible.
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