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CHAPTER 16 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS BUSHMASTER


16.1 This chapter provides basic and specific cleaning requirements for selected vehicles. Where there is a specific requirement or need to highlight particular problem areas detailed cleaning guides are provided as tables and figures in this chapter. Bushmaster vehicles are very complex pieces of machinery. While all contamination and QRM must be removed, the main areas of concern are: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. 16.3 external areas; cabin; rear cabin; engine and engine compartment suspension/wheel arches; winches, wire ropes and slings; tarpaulins; camouflage nets and tyres (new, old and spares).

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All points are not specific to all bushmaster vehicles.

External Areas 16.4 The cleaning instructions for the bushmasters external areas, as illustrated in Figures 16-1 to 16-15, include the points detailed in Table 16-1.

Figure 161: Bushmasters External Areas

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Figure 162 Right-Hand Mudguard Inner Cover (Left) and Right-Hand Mudguard Inner Cover Removed (Right)

Figure 163: Bushmaster Radio Battery (Left) and Fuel Tank (Right)

Figure 164: Bushmaster Fuel Tank Brackets (Left) and Drive Shaft Access Plates (Right)

Figure 165: Bushmaster Gas Bottle Stowage Locker (Left) and Bottle Locating Rings (Right)

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Figure 166: Bushmaster Locker A Right Side of Vehicle

Figure 167: Bushmaster Strut Mount for Locker Door Internal (Left) and Locker Hinges and Struts (Right)

Figure 168: Bushmaster External Efflux

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Figure 169: Bushmaster Front Top View (Left) and Bonnet (Right)

Figure 1610: Bushmaster All Variants Roof (viewed towards front) (Left) and Gun Ring (Right)

Figure 1611: Bushmaster Roof (viewed towards rear)

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Figure 1612: Bushmaster View Down to Right Rear Side (Davit Mount and Spare Tyre)

Figure 1613: Bushmaster Annex

Figure 1614: Bushmaster Annex Mount

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Figure 1615: Bushmaster Annex Lacing Table 161: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmasters External Areas Serial 1 Comments or Tasks Windscreens, doors, tailgates and other areas have rubber seals that prevent water and dust ingress. These seals are to be pulled back, vacuumed and washed clean of all soil, plant and insect debris. Damaged seals should be inspected by AQIS and if necessary replaced or removed. Toolboxes/stowage compartments are to be emptied and cleaned. The rubber seals around the doors are to be inspected to ensure all soil, plant and insect matter is removed (refer Figures 16-2, 16-3, 16-5 to 16-7). The muffler intake cover is to be removed and the cavity cleaned. Remove the batteries (cranking and radio) from both sides of the vehicle and ensure the battery boxes and cradles are free of dirt, dust, plant and insect material. (refer Figure 16-3 ) The fuel tank is to be lowered to allow for cleaning and for inspection by AQIS staff. Leave lowered until AQIS inspection is completed. (refer Figure 16-4) The chassis is to be cleaned using flexible nozzle high-pressure water cleaning equipment. Particular attention is to be paid to small apertures which may act as reservoirs for soil, insect, snails and plant material. Additionally, check that no animals are hiding or nesting within the chassis. The drive shaft access plates/hull inspection plates are to be removed to facilitate inspection and cleaning (refer Figure 16-4) The drive shaft access port/hull inspection port are to be removed to facilitate inspection and cleaning Access areas for tail-light wiring and other fender apertures that may collect soil, plant and insect debris are to be cleaned. The external efflux vents are to be cleaned and free of QRM (refer Figure 16-8) All areas of the roof are to be cleaned and free of QRM. All hatches and the gun-ring to be cleaned extensively (refer Figures 16-9 to 1612) Technical Time (hours)

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Comments or Tasks All damaged lights (internal and external), or lights where seals have not maintained their integrity, are to be removed so as to clean the light fittings. Wooden tools are to be wiped down and inspected for insect infestation. Any item that has termite infestation is to be destroyed. Items that have borer infestation are subject to AQIS scrutiny and fumigation before return to Australia. Metal tools are to be wiped clean of all soil, plant and insect matter. Degrease items as required to remove all grime and dirt, lightly oil and leave out for inspection. Tools may be re-oiled after inspection in consultation with the AQIS inspector. Fuel and water Jerry cans are to be removed and holders are to be cleaned. Straps and buckles are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter. Attention is to be paid to the loop areas of the straps, at the buckle end. The rear steps are to be removed and cleaned. The spare tyre is to be removed and cleaned as per tyres below. The spare tyre mount is to be cleaned prior to re-fitting of the spare tyre (refer Figure 16-12). The spare tyre cover is to be cleaned IAW paragraph 16.10. The annex canopy is to be removed and cleaned as per paragraph 16.10. The annex mounts are to be cleaned and free of QRM (refer Figures 16-13 to 16-15).

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Cabin 16.5 The cleaning instructions for the bushmasters cabin, as illustrated in Figure 16-16, include the points detailed in Table 16-2.

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Figure 1616: Bushmasters Cabin Table 162: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmasters Cabin Serial 1 2 3 4 5 Comments or Tasks The seats and the floor mats are to be removed and the cabin floor cleaned. The cabin area is to be vacuumed and air-blown clean. The velcro around the windscreen is to be brushed clean of all plant, seed and insect matter. The ventilation system filter is to be removed and cleaned with high-pressure air. Air ducts are to be reverse pressure air-blown clean. All floor panels are to be removed to facilitate cleaning inside the vehicle body including the engine bay cover Remove the water chiller assembly an ensure the shelf is free of dirt, dust, plant and insect material. Remove vehicle radio sets and ensure radio cradles are clean and free of foreign material. 6 All electrical tape is to be removed and destroyed. 2.0 Technical Time (hours)

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Rear Cabin 16.6 The cleaning instructions for the bushmasters rear cabin, as illustrated in Figures 16-17 to 16-8, include the points detailed in Table 16-3.

Figure 1617: Bushmasters Rear Cabin

Figure 1618: Bushmaster Rear Interior (Left) and Power Pac Internal View (Right)

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Figure 1619: Bushmaster Rear Interior (Left) and Power Pac Internal View (Right)

Figure 1620: Bushmaster Right Air-conditioning Evaporator (Left) and Rear Air Vents (Right)

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Figure 1621: Bushmaster Rear Interior CES Stowage Shelving Table 163: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmasters Rear Cabin Serial 1 2 Comments or Tasks Seat covers are to be removed and cleaned. Seatbelts are to be fully extended and wiped clean (refer Figure 16-17). Plastic floor matting (if fitted) is to be removed and will require a highpressure water clean to remove all soil, plant and insect matter. If the mat is damaged or badly soiled, disposal in-country is recommended. All floor plates are to be removed to facilitate cleaning. Plates are to be left unfitted until inspected by AQIS (refer Figure 16-18). The water tank is to be removed. Both tank and tank mount to be cleaned and left unfitted until inspected by AQIS (refer Figure 16-19). All air filters (air-conditioner ventilation duct, etc) to be removed and high-pressure air-cleaned (refer Figure 16-20). Remove all air ducting to facilitate cleaning. All CES is to be removed from internal shelving and to be individually cleaned. All stowage shelving is to be cleaned and inspected prior to replacing the CES (refer Figure 16-21). Technical Time (hours)

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Engine Engine Compartment and Fuel System 16.7 The specific cleaning instructions for Bushmasters engine and engine compartment, as illustrated in Figures 16-22 to 16-29, include those points detailed in Table 164.

Figure 16-22: Front Grill Cover

Figure 1623: Bushmaster Grill Cover Opened (Left) and Lower Grill Cover (Right)

Figure16-24: Bushmaster Filters (Left) and Engine-Power Pack (Right)

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Figure 1625: Bushmaster Power Pack Front (Left) and Power Pack Rear (Right)

Figure 16-26: Bushmaster Engine Bay Power Pack Removed

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Figure 16-27: Bushmaster Engine Bay Fuel Pump

Figure 16-28: Bushmaster Dirt in Brake Disc Flutes (Top Left Cleaned)

Figure 16-29: Bushmaster Dirt in Brake Chamber Recess

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Table 164: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmasters Engine Compartment

CAUTION
ENGINE COMPONENTS Ensure that any engine openings/breathers/etc are taped or plugged to stop ingress of water prior to commencing cleaning.

Serial 1 2

Comments or Tasks The font grill cover is to be opened to allow access to the engine compartment. (refer Figure 16-22) The lower grill cover is to be removed to allow access to the engine sump area. The lower grill mesh cover is to be cleaned by either high pressure water or steam cleaned. (refer Figure 16-23) The radiator is to be opened to facilitate cleaning with high-pressure air and low-pressure water and, if necessary, hand-pick seed and insect matter from the radiator grill Remove the air cleaner element and ensure the element and housing are clean and free of foreign material. All filters are to be removed to facilitate cleaning with high-pressure air and low-pressure water and, if necessary, hand-pick seed and insect matter from the radiator grill. If determined to be un-cleanable, dispose of in accordance with AQIS directions. (refer Figure 16-24) The power pack is to be removed to allow for cleaning and for cleaning of the engine bay (refer Figure 16-25) Ensure any engine openings/breathers are taped or plugged to stop ingress of water. Ensure the starter motor and alternator are covered and taped to stop ingress of water. Do not direct high-pressure water jets at any of the engine openings/breathers, or at any of the electrical/electronic components.

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Clean the engine compartment to ensure they are free of dust, built-up dirt and grease, insect and plant material. Ensure that the exhaust and hose connections are taped prior to cleaning. (refer Figure 16-26) Clean the fuel pump to ensure it is free of dust, built-up dirt and grease, insect and plant material. (refer Figure 16-27) Clean the dirt from the brake disc flutes (refer Figure 16-28). Clean the dirt from the brake chamber recess (refer Figure 16-29).

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Suspension/Wheel Arches 16.8 The specific cleaning instructions for Bushmasters suspension/wheel arches, as illustrated in Figures 16-30 and 16-31, include those points detailed in Table 165.

Fig 1630 Right-Hand Mudguard Inner Cover (Left) and Right-Hand Mudguard Inner Cover Removed (Right)

Figure 1631: LH Mudguard Inner Cover (Left) and Mud Flap (Right)

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Table 165: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmasters Suspension/Wheel Arches Serial 1 2 3 Comments or Tasks The outer wheel assemblies are to be removed from the axles to facilitate cleaning. Ensure the spring brake housing assemblies mounted on the axles are clean and free from mud, dirt, plant and other debris. Mud and other debris collect in the spring seat, where the spring is mounted to the axle assembly, and is difficult to remove from the base of the rear springs. Ensure that this area is cleaned well using pressure washer. Ensure rear suspension rocker beam mounts on the frame are clean and free of soil, plant and insect material. Thoroughly clean the area inside the body panelling, in the wheel arches, adjacent to the intermediate and rear wheel assemblies. The mudguard inner covers (both left and right front wheel arches) are to be removed. Ensure that these areas are cleaned using a pressure washer (refer Figure 16-30). Remove the mudflaps and pay attention to cleaning around the attachment points (refer Figure 16-31). Technical Time (hours)

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Winches, Wire Ropes and Slings 16.9 The cleaning instructions for winches, wire ropes and slings, as illustrated in Figure 16-32, include the point detailed in Table 16-6.

Figure 16-32: Bushmasters Winch Assembly Table 16-6: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmasters Winches, Wire Ropes and Slings Serial 1 Comments or Tasks All items are to be extended to full length and subject to a high-pressure water clean using degreaser, if required, to remove all soil, plant and insect matter The winch drum is also to be degreased and subject to a high-pressure water clean All winch ropes, wire ropes and slings are to be re-oiled after inspection. An application of a protective covering (plastic bag) may be required to protect the refurbished ropes and cables Technical Time (hours)

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Tarpaulins 16.10 The cleaning instructions for tarpaulins include the points detailed in Table 16-7. Table 167: Cleaning Instructions for Camouflage Nets Serial 1 Comments or Tasks All tarpaulins are to be given a brush down, brush scrubbing and hose cleaning, paying particular attention to the seam areas and then hung so as not to contact the ground for drying; All ropes and universal dispatch straps are to be extended to their full length and wiped or washed clean of all soil, plant and insect matter; Canvas bags are to be turned inside out and checked for burrs, seeds and insects; Poles, knuckles and pegs are to be subject to a high-pressure water clean to remove all soil, plant and insect matter (ants, spiders and mud wasps are of particular concern); If tarpaulins have not been used during the entire deployment, then the requirement is for tarpaulins to be unrolled, brushed and swept clean to ensure no vermin or insect infestation and then subject to an AQIS inspection. Technical Time (hours)

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Camouflage Nets 16.11 The cleaning instructions for camouflage nets include the points detailed in Table 16-8. 168: Cleaning Instructions for Camouflage Nets Serial 1 Comments or Tasks Removal of grass and debris may be achieved by use of a petrol powered blower/vacuum in the first instance, use of water should be avoided Heavily soiled camouflage nets may require further scrubbing and a dip in an approved detergent/ disinfectant (one in 20 solution). This has been achieved in the past by using trailers with required additive Depending on the degree of contamination and diligence in the cleaning process, camouflage nets may require three or more trailer dips to achieve the required AQIS clearance Drying is to be achieved by hanging the camouflage net so that it does not come into contact with the ground Nets are to be inspected to ensure that all plant material is removed Camouflage poles are to be brushed or swept clean; and metal joiners are to be removed cleaned and inspected by AQIS officers Technical Time (hours)

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Tyres (New, Old and Spares) 16.12 The cleaning instructions for Tyres (New, Old and Spares) include the points detailed in Table 16-9. Table 169: Cleaning Instructions for Tyres (New, Old and Spares) Serial 1 2 Comments or Tasks All tyres are to be washed and scrubbed to remove all QRM. Damaged tyres are to be inspected by AQIS, who will determine their suitability for return to Australia. If necessary, damaged tyres (for example, perished, cracked or split) are to be removed and disposed of in accordance with the tyre disposal policy; Cracked tyres have the risk of containing QRM therefore perished tyres are to be subject to disposal. All tyres are to be treated with an approved residual insecticide after cleaning Fitted tyres that are damaged should be replaced with new tyres. Used and fitted tyres on rims are to be individually verified that the tyres are on rims, inflated with beading sealed and that the tyres are clean, free of water and other quarantine risk material. Tyres that are not fitted to rims are to be stored in such a manner that water cannot collect inside the tyre. The preferred AQIS solution is that tyres are stored within containers. Tyres not fitted on rims will require fumigation on return to Australia. AQIS considers a Non-Commercial consignment of tyres to contain a maximum of 8 tyres (inclusive of the wheels on the vehicle) and be imported with an accompanying vehicle. If tyres are to be transported back to Australia in containers or crates, please refer to the AQIS internet site (http://www.daff.gov.au/) ICON (Import Conditions Database) for the commodity tyres. Technical Time (hours)

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Annexes A. Cleaning Instructions - Bushmaster Troop Vehicle B. Cleaning Instructions - Bushmaster Infantry Mobility Command Vehicle (IMCV) C. Cleaning Instructions - Bushmaster Infantry Mobility Assault Pioneer Vehicle (IMAPV) D. Cleaning Instructions - Bushmaster Infantry Mobility Mortar Vehicle (IMMV) E. Cleaning Instructions - Bushmaster Infantry Mobility Direct Fire Vehicle (IMDFWV) F. Cleaning Instructions - Bushmaster Ambulance G. Cleaning Checklist - Bushmaster

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ANNEX A TO CHAPTER 16 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS BUSHMASTER INFANTRY MOBILITY TROOP VEHICLE (IMTV)
1. This chapter provides basic and specific cleaning requirements for selected vehicles. Where there is a specific requirement or need to highlight particular problem areas detailed cleaning guides are provided as tables and figures in this Annex. The cleaning requirements that follow are in addition to those points for the Bushmaster vehicle included in Chapter 16 of this publication.

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External Areas 3. The cleaning instructions for the Bushmaster IMTVs external areas, as illustrated in Figures 16A-1 to 16A-3, include the points detailed in Table 16-1.

Figure 16A1: Bushmaster IMTVs External Areas

Figure 16A-2: Bushmaster IMTVs Rear Cabin

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Figure 16A-3: Bushmaster IMTVs Rear Cabin

Figure 16A-4: Bushmaster IMTVs Rear Cabin Table 16A1: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmaster IMTVs External Areas Serial 1 Comments or Tasks Refer to Chapter 16 for detailed cleaning guidelines. Technical Time (hours)

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ANNEX B TO CHAPTER 16 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS BUSHMASTER INFANTRY MOBILITY COMMAND VEHICLE (IMCV)
1. This chapter provides basic and specific cleaning requirements for selected vehicles. Where there is a specific requirement or need to highlight particular problem areas detailed cleaning guides are provided as tables and figures in this Annex. The cleaning requirements that follow are in addition to those points for the Bushmaster vehicle included in Chapter 16 of this publication.

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External Areas 3. The cleaning instructions for the bushmaster IMCVs external areas, as illustrated in Figures 16B-1 to 16B-4, include the points detailed in Table 16B-1.

Figure 16B1: Bushmaster IMCVs Right Side Lockers Doors Closed and Open Left to Right: Locker B (small), Locker C (large) and Locker D

Figure 16B2: Bushmaster IMCVs Right Side Lockers B and C CES Storage

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Figure 16B3: Bushmaster IMCVs Right Side Locker D

Figure 16B4: Bushmaster IMCVs Generator Slide Lock & Left Rear Lockers

Figure 16B5: Bushmaster IMCVs External Patch Panel Assembly

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Table 16B1: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmaster Direct Fire Weapons External Areas Serial 1 Comments or Tasks All CES are to be removed and cleaned. All toolboxes and attachment points are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter. It may be necessary to remove the attachment points to ensure no soil is trapped underneath (refer to Figures 16B-1 to 16B-4). Remove all CES from the generator compartment and individually clean. Clean compartment and slide lock (refer Figure 16B-4). Clean external patch assembly. Do not flush with water, electrical components (refer Figure 16B-5). Refer to Chapter 16 for detailed cleaning guidelines. Technical Time (hours)

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Rear Cabin 4. The cleaning instructions for the bushmaster IMCVs rear cabin, as illustrated in Figures 16B-6 to 16B-18, include the points detailed in Table 16B-2.

Figure 16B6: Bushmaster IMCVs Twin Power Control Modules (Left) and Radio Racks and FFCS (Right)

Figure 16B7: Bushmaster IMCVs Twin Power Control Modules (Left) and Radio Racks (Right)

Figure 16B8: Bushmaster IMCVs Radio Racks (Left) and Left Internal Side View (Right)

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Figure 16B9: Bushmaster IMCVs Rear Interior (Left) and Rear Seats (Right)

Figure 16B10: Bushmaster IMCVs Rear Seats

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Figure 16B11: Bushmaster IMCVs Map Board

Figure 16B12: Bushmaster IMCVs Map Board Lifted (Left) and Drawer Slid Out (Right)

Figure 16B13: Bushmaster IMCVs Map Board Drawer Slid Out (Left) and Bottom of Map Board (Right)

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Figure 16B14: Bushmaster IMCVs Map Board Drawer Opened

Figure 16B15: Bushmaster IMCVs Map Board Drawer Left & Right Clips

Figure 16B16: Bushmaster IMCVs Map Board Light Switches (Left) and Log Book Storage Area (Right)

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Figure 16B17: Bushmaster IMCVs Log Book Storage Area

Figure 16B18: Bushmaster IMCVs Rear Left Internal Corner

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Table 16B2: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmaster IMCVs Rear Cabin

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ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS Do not use high pressure water or steam to clean the electronics or electronic control areas unless under the supervision of a qualified technician Serial 1 2 3 4 5 Comments or Tasks All communication equipment to be removed by a qualified technician and individually cleaned (refer Figures 16B-6 to 16B-8). All radio racks and shelving to be cleaned (refer Figures 16B-6 to 16B8). Seat covers are to be removed and cleaned. Seatbelts are to be fully extended and wiped clean; seats to be cleaned (refer Figure 16-10). All floor plates are to be removed to facilitate cleaning. Plates are to be left unfitted until inspected by AQIS. (refer Figure 16-7) The map board and map board drawers to be emptied and items individually cleaned if required. All areas of the map board to be cleaned (refer Figures 16B-11 to 16B-16). The log book storage area is to be emptied and items individually cleaned if required. All areas of the log book storage area to be cleaned (refer Figures 16B-16 to 16B-17). All floor plates are to be removed to facilitate cleaning. Plates are to be left unfitted until inspected by AQIS (refer Figure 16-18). The speaker and wiring located in the rear left internal corner are to be cleaned of QRM (refer Figure 16B-19). Refer to Chapter 16 for detailed cleaning guidelines. Technical Time (hours)

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ANNEX C TO CHAPTER 16 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS BUSHMASTER INFANTRY MOBILITY ASSAULT PIONEER VEHICLE (IMAPV)
1. This chapter provides basic and specific cleaning requirements for selected vehicles. Where there is a specific requirement or need to highlight particular problem areas detailed cleaning guides are provided as tables and figures in this Annex. The cleaning requirements that follow are in addition to those points for the Bushmaster vehicle included in Chapter 16 of this publication.

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External Areas 3. The cleaning instructions for the bushmaster IMAPVs external areas, as illustrated in Figures 16C-1 to 16C-5, include the points detailed in Table 16C-1.

Figure 16C1: Bushmaster IMAPVs Left Side Lockers Doors Closed and Long Handled Shovel Mounts

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Figure 16C2: Bushmaster IMAPVs Right Side Lockers

Figure 16C3: Bushmaster IMAPVs External Work Bench Compartment and Work Bench Stowed (End on)

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Figure 16C4: Bushmaster IMAPVs External Work Bench Locker Door and Lighting (Left) Work Bench Deployed (Right)

Figure 16C5: Bushmaster IMAPVs External Work Bench Light Wiring (Left) and External Work Bench Stowed Table 16C1: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmaster Direct Fire Weapons External Areas Serial 1 Comments or Tasks All CES are to be removed and cleaned. All toolboxes and attachment points are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter. It may be necessary to remove the attachment points to ensure no soil is trapped underneath (refer to Figure 16C-1 and 16C-2). The External Work Bench is to be fully extended and cleaned. The work bench stowage compartment is to be cleaned (refer Figures 16C3 to 16C-5). Refer to Chapter 16 for detailed cleaning guidelines. Technical Time (hours)

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Rear Cabin 4. The cleaning instructions for the bushmaster IMAPVs rear cabin, as illustrated in Figures 16C-6 to 16C-8, include the points detailed in Table 16C-3.

Figure 16C6: Bushmaster IMAPVs Left and Right hand Rear Internal Views

Figure 16C7: Bushmaster IMAPVs Right Hand Side Storage Cabinets

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Figure 16C8: Bushmaster IMAPVs Triton Work Bench Internal Stowage Bracket Table 16C2: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmasters Rear Cabin Serial 1 2 Comments or Tasks All CES is to be removed from the stowage compartments/shelving and individually cleaned. All stowage compartments/shelving are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter (refer to Figure 16C-6 and 16C-7). It may be necessary to remove the attachment points to ensure no soil is trapped underneath. The internal Triton Work Bench and stowage bracket to be fully extended and cleaned (refer Figure 16-8). Seat covers are to be removed and cleaned. Seatbelts are to be fully extended and wiped clean. All floor plates are to be removed to facilitate cleaning. Plates are to be left unfitted until inspected by AQIS. Refer to Chapter 16 for detailed cleaning guidelines. Technical Time (hours)

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ANNEX D TO CHAPTER 16 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS BUSHMASTER INFANTRY MOBILITY MORTAR VEHICLE (IMMV)
1. This chapter provides basic and specific cleaning requirements for selected vehicles. Where there is a specific requirement or need to highlight particular problem areas detailed cleaning guides are provided as tables and figures in this Annex. The cleaning requirements that follow are in addition to those points for the Bushmaster vehicle included in Chapter 16 of this publication.

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External Areas 3. The cleaning instructions for the bushmaster IMMVs external areas, as illustrated in Figures 16D-1 to 16D-5, include the points detailed in Table 16D-1.

Figure 16D1: Bushmaster IMMVs Left Side of Vehicle

Figure 16D2: Bushmaster IMMVs Shovel Handle Stowage

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Figure 16D3: Bushmaster IMMVs Left Side (locker H and winch)

Figure 16D4: Bushmaster IMMVs External Lockers B and C

Figure 16D5: Bushmaster IMMVs Mortar Round Stowage Locker

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Figure 16D6: Bushmaster IMMVs External Locker C

Figure 16D7: Bushmaster IMMVs External Locker H

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Figure 16D8: Bushmaster IMMVs Locker H Table16D1: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmaster Direct Fire Weapons External Areas Serial 1 Comments or Tasks All CES are to be removed and cleaned. All toolboxes and attachment points are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter. It may be necessary to remove the attachment points to ensure no soil is trapped underneath (refer to Figures 16D-1 and 16D-2). Remove all CES from the stowage compartments and individually clean. Clean all compartments and locks (refer Figures 16D-3 to 16D8). Remove all CES from the mortar round stowage compartments and individually clean. Stores to be removed by a qualified technician only. Clean all compartments and locks (refer Figure 16D-5). Refer to Chapter 16 for detailed cleaning guidelines. Technical Time (hours)

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Cabin 4. The cleaning instructions for the bushmaster IMMVs rear cabin, as illustrated in Figures 16D-6 to 16D-8, include the points detailed in Table 16D-3.

Figure 16D9: Bushmaster IMMVs Left Hand Side Shelving and Sentry Platform

Figure 16D10: Bushmaster IMMVs Right Hand Side Storage Cabinets

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Figure 16D11: Bushmaster IMMVs CES Stowage Rear View

Figure 16D12: Bushmaster IMMVs Table Securing Clip

Figure 16D13: Bushmaster IMMVs 81mm Mortar Bottom Mount (Left) and 81mm Mortar Top Mount (Right)

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Figure 16D14: Bushmaster IMMVs CES Stowage Shelving Right rear (Left) and Bottom Left Shelf (For folding Stool) (Right)

Figure 16D15: Bushmaster IMMVs Cargo Net Top Rear Mount Point (Top Left) and Cargo Netting Right Side stowage (for field packs)

Figure 16D16: Bushmaster IMMVs Internal Fluorescent Light and Control Switch

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Figure 16D17: Bushmaster IMMVs Left Stowage Shelf (Left) and Map Board Stowed (top Shelf) and Mortar Base Stowage area (Centre Shelf) (Right)

Figure 16D18: Bushmaster IMMVs Map Board Stowed and Mortar Base (Left Figure includes Folding Stool Stowage area)

Figure 16D19: Bushmaster IMMVs Mortar Base Stowage Shelf (Left) and Mortar Bipod and Sight Stowage Shelf (Right)

Figure 16D20: Bushmaster IMMVs Mortar Bipod and Sight Stowage Shelf (Left) and Mortar Bipod Stowage Blocks and Straps (Right) ADF Force Extraction Cleaning Manual

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Figure 16D21: Bushmaster IMMVs Radio FFCS (Left) and Radio FFCS and Power Distribution Unit (Right)

Figure 16D22: Bushmaster IMMVs Radio FFCS-D Right Side (Left) and Securing Belt Mount (Right)

Figure 16D23: Bushmaster IMMVs Table Mount Left and Right Views

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Table 16D2: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmasters Rear Cabin Serial 1 2 Comments or Tasks All CES is to be removed from the stowage compartments/shelving and individually cleaned. All stowage compartments/shelving are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter (refer to Figures 16D-9 and 16D-11). It may be necessary to remove the attachment points to ensure no soil is trapped underneath. The fold down table is to be fully extended and cleaned (refer Figure 16D-12). All 81mm mortar bottom mounts are to be cleaned (refer Figure 16D13). The CES Stowage Shelving and the folding Stool is to be cleaned (refer Figure 16D-14). The cargo netting is to be removed and fully cleaned. The cargo stowage area to be cleaned and the cargo net top mount s to be cleaned (refer Figure 16D-15). The internal fluorescent light and control switch is to be cleaned. Ensure the light cover is removed for cleaning (refer Figure 16D-16). The map board and mortar base storage areas are to be emptied and items individually cleaned if required. All areas of the storage areas are to be cleaned (refer Figures 16D-17 to 16D-20). All communication equipment to be removed by a qualified technician and individually cleaned (refer Figures 16D-21 to 16D-22). All radio racks and shelving to be cleaned Seat covers, etc are to be removed and cleaned. Seatbelts are to be fully extended and wiped clean; seats and tables are to be cleaned (refer Figure 16D-23). Refer to Chapter 16 for detailed cleaning guidelines. Technical Time (hours)

3 4 5 6

7 8

10

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ANNEX E TO CHAPTER 16 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS BUSHMASTER INFANTRY MOBILITY DIRECT FIRE VEHICLE (IMDFWV)
1. This chapter provides basic and specific cleaning requirements for selected vehicles. Where there is a specific requirement or need to highlight particular problem areas detailed cleaning guides are provided as tables and figures in this Annex. The cleaning requirements that follow are in addition to those points for the Bushmaster vehicle included in Chapter 16 of this publication.

2.

External Areas 3. The cleaning instructions for the bushmaster IMDFWVs external areas, as illustrated in Figures 16E-1 to 16E-7, include the points detailed in Table 16E-1.

Figure 16E1: Bushmaster IMDFWV

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Figure 16E2: Bushmaster IMDFWV Left Forward View

Figure 16E3: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Left Side Lockers and Camnet Support Pole Stowage

Figure 16E4: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Locker C

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Figure 16E5: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Locker C - Gap between Ammunition Bracket and edge of locker

Figure 16E6: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Locker H

Figure 16E7: Bushmaster IMDFWVs

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Table 16E1: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmaster Direct Fire Weapons External Areas Serial 1 Comments or Tasks All CES are to be removed and cleaned. All toolboxes and attachment points are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter. It may be necessary to remove the attachment points to ensure no soil is trapped underneath (refer to Figures 16E-2 to 16E-5). Remove all CES from the stowage compartments and individually clean. Clean compartments (refer Figure 16E-3 to 16E-7). Refer to Chapter 16 for detailed cleaning guidelines. Technical Time (hours)

2 3

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Rear Cabin 4. The cleaning instructions for the bushmaster IMDFWVs rear cabin, as illustrated in Figures 16E-8 to 16E-22, include the points detailed in Table 16E-2.

Figure 16E8: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Right Hand Centre (Left) & Top (Right) Stowage Shelf

Figure 16E9: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Right Bottom Shelf

Figure 16E10: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Table Stowage Bracket (Left) & Lock (Right)

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Figure 16E11: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Bottom Shelf Ammunition Box Storage

Figure 16E12: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Bottom Shelf Ammunition Box Storage (Left) and Carl Gustav CES Mount Plate and Straps (Right)

Figure 16E13: Bushmaster IMDFWVs DFW Inside Bottom Shelf Showing Dividers (Right)

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Figure 16E14: Bushmaster IMDFWVs DFW Inside Right Shelving

Figure 16E15: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Javelin Stowage Shelving Left Side

Figure 16E16: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Javelin Missile Front Stowage Brackets ADF Force Extraction Cleaning Manual

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Figure 16E17: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Javelin Rear Mounting Brackets (Left) and Javelin Missile Stowage Shelf (Right)

Figure 16E18: Bushmaster IMDFWVs MAG58 Tripod Front Stowage Bracket (Left) and Javelin Missile Rear Stowage Bracket Bottom Mount (Right)

Figure 16E19: Bushmaster IMDFWVs MAG58 Tripod Rear Stowage Bracket (Left) and Rear Left Internal Corner with Speaker and Carl Gustav Straps (Right)

Figure 16E20: Bushmaster IMDFWVs MAG58 Tripod Front Stowage Bracket

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Figure 16E21: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Left Stowage shelving and Controllers seat

Figure 16E22: Bushmaster IMDFWVs Right Seats (2 only)

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Table 16E2: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmasters Rear Cabin Serial 1 Comments or Tasks The cargo netting is to be removed and fully cleaned. The cargo stowage area to be cleaned and the cargo net top mount s to be cleaned (refer Figure 16E-8 and 16E-9). The table stowage bracket and lock are to be fully extended and cleaned (refer Figure 16E-10). All CES is to be removed from the stowage compartments/shelving and individually cleaned. All ammunition box storage compartments/shelving are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter (refer to Figure 16E-11 and 16E-12). It may be necessary to remove the attachment points to ensure no soil is trapped underneath. The Carl Gustav CES Mount Plate and all straps are to be removed to facilitate cleaning. Plates are to be left unfitted until inspected by AQIS (refer Figure 16E-12). All CES is to be removed from the DFW stowage shelving and individually cleaned. All stowage compartments/shelving are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter (refer to Figures 16E-13 and 16E-14). It may be necessary to remove the attachment points to ensure no soil is trapped underneath. All CES is to be removed from the Javelin stowage shelving and individually cleaned. All stowage compartments/shelving are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter (refer to Figures 16E-15 to 16E-19). It may be necessary to remove the attachment points to ensure no soil is trapped underneath. Special attention is to be made to the cleaning of the support padding on the Javelin stowage brackets to ensure they are free of all soil, plant and insect matter (refer to Figures 16E-16 and 16E-18). The Tripod stowage brackets are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter (refer to Figure 16E-20). Seat covers are to be removed and cleaned. Seatbelts are to be fully extended and wiped clean. (refer Figure 16E-20 and 16E-21) Refer to Chapter 16 for detailed cleaning guidelines. Technical Time (hours)

2 3 4

10

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ANNEX F TO CHAPTER 16 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS BUSHMASTER INFANTRY MOBILITY AMBULANCE VEHICLE (IMAV)
1. This chapter provides basic and specific cleaning requirements for selected vehicles. Where there is a specific requirement or need to highlight particular problem areas detailed cleaning guides are provided as tables and figures in this Annex. The cleaning requirements that follow are in addition to those points for the Bushmaster vehicle included in Chapter 16 of this publication.

2.

External Areas 3. The cleaning instructions for the bushmasters external areas include the points detailed in Table 16F-1.

Figure 16F-1: Bushmaster IMAV Side View

Figure 16F-2: Bushmaster IMAV Left Rear Side

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Figure 16F-3: Bushmaster IMAV Rear Table 16F1: Cleaning Instructions for the Bushmaster IMAVs External Areas Serial 1 Comments or Tasks All CES are to be removed and cleaned. All toolboxes and attachment points are to be cleaned of all soil, plant and insect matter. It may be necessary to remove the attachment points to ensure no soil is trapped underneath. All areas of the roof are to be cleaned and free of QRM. All hatches to be cleaned extensively (refer Figure16F-4) The spine board stowage bin is to be emptied and brushed, air-blown and wiped clean. All rubber seals are to be checked and cleaned (refer Figure16F-5). The litter loading brace near the rear door is to be fully extended and both the brace and the stowage area are to be cleaned and free from QRM (refer Figure16F-6). Leave open until inspected. Refer to Chapter 16 for detailed cleaning guidelines. Technical Time (hours)

2 3

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Figure 16F-4: Bushmaster IMAV Roof with Front Hatch Open

Figure 16F-5: Bushmaster IMAV Spine Board Stowage Bin on Roof

Figure 16F-6: Bushmaster IMAV Litter Loading Brace

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EXTREMECAUTION
INFECTIOUSWASTE Thisvehiclecontainsaninfectiouswastebin. IfthebincontainswastematerialDONOTCLEAN. Contactmedicalpersonnelimmediately.

Serial 1

Comments or Tasks Remove all CES and individually clean. Do not refit until after AQIS inspection of the vehicle. Remove oxygen bottles and clean the bottles, the stowage rack and the tie-down straps (refer to Figures 16F-7 and 16-8).

Technical Time (hours)

Critically inspect all rubber dust and weather seals on module side and rear doors to ensure they are not damaged in any way (refer Figure16F-9). Any damaged seals should be disposed in accordance with AQIS instructions.

3 4

Ensure the top waste bin mounted on the rear door upper has been emptied and cleaned (refer Figure16F-10). Check that the Biological waste been mounted on the rear door lower is empty. If empty, ensure it is clean and free of QRM. If the bin contains waste DO NOT empty. Contact medical personnel to clean the bin (refer Figure16F-10). WARNING Bin may contain INFECTIOUS waste

Remove all light lenses and covers on and inside the ambulance to ensure there is no seed, soil or insect debris. Dispose of damaged lights and lenses in accordance with AQIS instructions.

Remove cushions from the litter and the seat in the rear of the cabin and inspect and clean (refer Figure16F-X). Damaged seat cushions are to be disposed of in accordance with AQIS directions. Clean bare seat benches, litters and extension arms (refer Figure16FX). Clean litter tie up straps and ensure they are free of QRM. All stowage compartments, toolboxes and bins are to be emptied and brushed, air-blown and wiped clean. All rubber seals are to be checked and cleaned (refer Figures 16F-11 to 16F-17). Clean ceiling, floor and the rear of front seat. Ensure the Remove the black-out curtain (if fitted) and clean. Clean fittings and the curtain securing ring and bracket. Do not refit until after AQIS

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15

Figure 16F-7: Bushmaster IMAV Oxygen Bottle Storage Rack and Supply Control

Figure 16F-8: Bushmaster IMAV Internal Stowage Straps (Left) and Bracket (Right)

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Figure 16F-9: Bushmaster IMAV Rear Door Inside View

Figure 16F-10: Bushmaster IMAV Rear Door: Top Waste Bin (Left), Hazard Waste Container (Right)

Figure 16F-11: Bushmaster IMAV Medics Seat

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Figure 16F-12: Bushmaster IMAV Patient Litter and Straps

Figure 16F-13: Bushmaster IMAV Litter Base Upper (Left), Litter Base Lower (Right)

Figure 16F-14: Bushmaster IMAV Stowage Lockers B (Left) and C (Right)

Figure 16F-15: Bushmaster IMAV Medical Stowage Bins Inside Left Side

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Figure 16F-16: Bushmaster IMAV Under-litter Storage Compartments

Figure 16F-17: Bushmaster IMAV Stowage Rack Internal Rear Right

Figure 16F-18: Bushmaster IMAV Internal Light Control Switches (Left) and Radio Rack (Right)

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All serials may not be specific to all trailers Bushmaster Registration No: .
Serial Description Tick

External Areas
1 Windscreens, doors, tailgates and other rubber seals have been inspected and are cleaned. Damaged seals have been inspected by AQIS and if necessary replaced or removed. Toolboxes/stowage compartments have been emptied and cleaned. The rubber seals around the doors have been inspected to ensure all soil, plant and insect matter is removed. The muffler intake cover has been removed and the cavity cleaned The batteries (cranking and radio) from both sides of the vehicle have been removed and the battery boxes and cradles cleaned. The fuel tank has been lowered to allow for cleaning and inspected by AQIS staff. The chassis has been cleaned. The drive shaft access plates/hull inspection plates have been removed to facilitate inspection and cleaning The drive shaft access port/hull inspection port has been removed to facilitate inspection and cleaning Access areas for tail-light wiring and other fender apertures have been cleaned. All damaged lights (internal and external), or lights where seals have not maintained their integrity, have been removed and light fittings cleaned. Wooden tools have been wiped down and inspected for insect infestation. All signs of possible borer infestation have been inspected by AQIS. Metal tools have been wiped clean. All items have been degreased to remove all grime and dirt, lightly oil and l have been inspected. Fuel and water Jerry cans have been removed and holders have been cleaned. Straps and buckles have been cleaned. Attention has been paid to the loop areas of the straps, at the buckle end. The rear steps have been removed and cleaned. The spare tyre has been removed and cleaned as per tyres below. The spare tyre mount has been cleaned prior to re-fitting of the spare tyre. The winch rope (if winch fitted) has been extended and cleaned.

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18

Guide rollers and fairlead assemblies are clean and free of foreign material.

Cabin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 All seats and the floor mats have been removed and the cabin floor cleaned. The cabin area has been vacuumed and air-blown clean. The velcro around the windscreen has been brushed clean of all plant, seed and insect matter. The ventilation system filter has been removed and cleaned with high-pressure air. Air ducts have been reverse pressure air-blown clean. All floor panels have been removed to facilitate cleaning inside the vehicle body including the engine bay cover The water chiller assembly has been removed and the shelf cleaned. The vehicle radio sets have been removed and the radio cradles are clean. All electrical tape has been removed and destroyed.

Rear Cabin
1 2 3 4 5 6 Seat covers have been removed and cleaned. Seatbelts have been fully extended and wiped clean. Plastic floor matting (if fitted) has been removed and cleaned. All floor plates have been removed to facilitate cleaning. Plates have been left unfitted until inspected by AQIS. The water tank has been removed. Both tank and tank mount has been cleaned and left unfitted until inspected by AQIS. All air filters (air-conditioner, ventilation duct, etc) have been removed and high-pressure air-cleaned. All air ducting has been removed and cleaned.

Engine Engine Compartment


1 2 The font grill cover has been opened to allow access to the engine compartment. The lower grill cover has been removed to allow access to the engine sump area. The lower grill mesh cover has been cleaned by either high pressure water or steam cleaned. The radiator has been opened and cleaned The air cleaner element has been removed and the element and housing are clean. The power pac has been removed to allow for cleaning and for cleaning of the engine bay The engine compartment has been cleaned. The exhaust and hose connections were taped prior to cleaning. All engine openings/breathers were taped or plugged to stop ingress of water. The starter motor and alternator were covered and taped to stop ingress of water.

3 4 5 6 7 8

Suspension/Wheel Arches
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The outer wheel assemblies were removed from the axles to facilitate cleaning. The spring-brake housing assemblies mounted on the axles are clean. Mud and other debris in the spring seat, where the spring is mounted to the axle assembly has been cleaned. Rear suspension rocker beam mounts on the frame are clean. The mudflaps have been removed and cleaned around the attachment points. The area inside the body panelling, in the wheel arches, adjacent to the intermediate and rear wheel assemblies has been cleaned. The mudguard inner covers (both left and right front wheel arches) have been removed and these areas have been cleaned.

Tarpaulins
1 All tarpaulins have been brushed down, scrubbed and hose cleaned, paying particular attention to the seam areas and then hung so as not to contact the ground for drying; All ropes and universal dispatch straps have been extended to their full length and cleaned. Canvas bags have been turned inside out and cleaned. Poles, knuckles and pegs have been cleaned. Tarpaulins not been used during the entire deployment have been unrolled, brushed and swept clean to ensure no vermin or insect infestation and then subject to an AQIS inspection.

2 3 4 5

Camouflage Nets
1 2 3 4 5 All grass and debris have been removed Heavily soiled camouflage nets have been scrubbed and dipped in an approved detergent/ disinfectant (one in 20 solution). Drying has been achieved by the hanging the camouflage net so that it did not come into contact with the ground All nets have been inspected to ensure that all plant material is removed Poles, knuckles and pegs have been cleaned.

Tyres (New, Old and Spares)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 All tyres have been washed and scrubbed to remove all QRM Cracked/ perished tyres have been assessed for disposal All tyres have been treated with an approved residual insecticide after cleaning All fitted tyres that were damaged have been replaced with new tyres Used and fitted tyres on rims individually have been verified that the tyres are on rims, are inflated with beading sealed and that the tyres are clean. Tyres not fitted to rims have been stored in such a manner that water has not collected inside the tyre The consignment contains a maximum of 8 tyres and is to be imported with an accompanying vehicle or The consignment contains more than a maximum of 8 tyres and will not be imported with an accompanying vehicle

(Delete whichever is not applicable)

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