Standard equipment of the diesel engine

Included into the standard equipment of the diesel engine are the following items: an engine in assembled conditions with all the accessories and lines mounted thereon; assorted spares in a separate box according to a list supplied therewith; assorted tools and fixtures for disassembling, reassembling and servicing the engine packed in a separate box according

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Rerust-proofing instructions

Uncrate the engine. Warm up the K-17 rust preventer to between -10 and 60° С and fill the engine sump therewith level with the filling neck and also fill the fuel injection pump housing and the governor with the same preventer level with the filling holes. Connect the engine fuel system to a tank containing

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Uncrating instructions

Remove file cover from the box and check all the items for presence according to the Packing List. Remove all items of the standard equipment from the shipping box (boxes with spares, tools etc.). Remove the side walls of the box and the cover (if one was provided for) and check the engine for the

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Shipping instructions

The engine can be shipped being rust-proofed and strongly crated complete with all its standard equipment by rail, ship and road. The crated engine must be handled in the course of shipping with care, avoiding jolts and observing all the precautionary signs stencilled on the box such as “This Side Up”, “Do Not Tilt”, etc.

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Attending to the diesel engine during down periods

When the engine is shut down for a period not longer than 10 days, keep the engine in clean condition and always ready for starting. If the down period is longer that 10 days but not over 3 months, drain the cooling system of water; wipe the engine clean of sludge; change the oil in

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Rust-proofing

Materials used for rust-proofing The materials used in the course of preparing for rust-proofing and for the rust-proofing proper of the engine, spares, tools and fixtures are as follows: grade K-17 rust preventer to GOST 10877—64; rust preventers of foreign make such as Shell Ensis Oil 210, 401, 402; Ensis Engine Oil 30 (Great Britain);

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Removing rust-preventing coating

The procedure of removing the coal of rust preventer from the engine which is to be installed and put into service is as follows: Uncrate the engine. Remove the blanking off plates and plugs from the engine and its auxiliaries and unwrap the wrapped parts. Remove the coal of rust preventer from the outside surface

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