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ENGINE STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS


1.

General
Engines shall be prepared for storage and/or shipment in accordance with the following paragraphs.
Engines placed in storage must be inspected every 30 days. Refer to para 7., this section.

2.

Preservation
A.

Preserve the engine as follows:


(1)

(2)

Short term storage:


(a)

Drain the oil from the power and accessory gearbox by removing the bottom drain
plug. Clean and replace the plug after the oil has been drained.

(b)

Preserve the compressor in accordance with Compressor Preservation, para 11.D.,


720000, EngineServicing, if storage will exceed 5 days.

(c)

If the engine is to be stored for less than 45 days no further preservation is


required.

Long Term Storage: If the storage period will exceed 45 days, continue with the preservation as follows:
(a)

Preserve oil system in accordance with Oil System Preservation, para 2.B, this section.

(b)

Preserve fuel system in accordance with Fuel System Preservation, para 2.C, this
section.

(c)

Preserve engine in accordance with Inactive Engine Preservation, para 11.A.,


720000, EngineServicing.

(d)

Store engines indoors if not installed in a shipping container. RollsRoyce recommends that installed engines be stored indoors if possible.

(e)

Store the container indoors.

(f)

Install compressor inlet cover. Attach No. 88 Absorbent Protective Dehydrating


Agent, or equivalent (MILD3464) to exhaust collector stack covers and install.
Ensure that desiccant does not contact metal surfaces. Inspect desiccant periodically (based on local humidity conditions) and rejuvenate as necessary.

(g)

During storage use a flagged wedge to hold the compressor bleed valve closed.
Also, cover the diffuser vent orifice hole and gearbox overboard vent.

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(h)

(3)
B.

Stored engines indoors if not installed in an aircraft or engine shipping container.


RollsRoyce recommends that installed engines be stored indoors if possible.

Preparation for Shipment: Complete short and long term storage requirements above.

Oil System Preservation. If the engine will be inactive for over 45 days, the oil system shall be
preserved as follows:
(1)

(2)

For engines not installed in airframe or shipping container:


(a)

Remove oil filter cap and magnetic plugs. Service as necessary.

(b)

Using 6799790 adapter and speed handle, turn engine while supplying clean,
approved engine oil to the filter housing. Continue until fresh oil drains from gearbox.

(c)

Install new filter cap and magnetic plug packings. Install cap and plugs. (Refer to
Oil Filter Replacement, para 1.C., 726000 and to para 10.C., 720000, Engine
Servicing.)

For operable engines installed in airframe:


(a)

Service engine oil system. (Refer to para 10.C., 720000, EngineServicing.)

(b)

Motor engine approximately one minute to ensure oil flow to all engine bearings.
CAUTION:

C.

DO NOT EXCEED AIRFRAME MANUFACTURER STARTER


ENGAGEMENT LIMITS.

Fuel System Preservation. If the engine will be stored for over 45 days the fuel system shall be
preserved as follows:
(1)

For engines not installed in airframe:


(a)

Remove the hose from the fuel nozzle; place the open hose end in a bucket.

(b)

Loosen the clamp supporting the two tubes (Po) and (P1) between the fuel control
and the fuel pump. Remove the control bypass (Po) tube and plug the (Po) opening
in the fuel control.

(c)

Supply filtered (10 micron) MILL6081 grade 1010 oil (Atlantic Refining Co. No.
31100 or equivalent) or alternate MILL7870A oil (Gulf Oil Corp. Gulflite 6 or
equivalent) at 50 psig (345 kPag) to the fuel inlet of a static engine.

(d)

Move the throttle out of the FUEL OFF position.

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PARA 2.C. (1) (cont)
(e)

When oil is observed flowing into the container, remove the oil supply to the pump
and move the gas producer lever to FUEL OFF.
WARNING: FAILURE TO PROPERLY INSTALL, ALIGN AND TIGHTEN FUEL,
OIL, AND AIR FITTINGS AND TUBES COULD RESULT IN AN
ENGINE FAILURE.

(f)

(2)

Permit the excess oil to drain from the fuel system before removing the plug and
reassembling the fuel system components. Tighten hose coupling to 80120 lb in.
(9.013.6 N.m); tighten (Po) tube coupling nuts to 150200 lb in. (1723 N.m);
tighten clamp nut to 3540 lb in. (3.94.5 N.m).

For operable engines installed in airframe:


(a)

Remove the hose from the fuel nozzle; place the open hose end in a bucket.

(b)

Supply MILL6081 grade 1010 oil (Atlantic Refining Co. No. 31100 or equivalent)
or alternate MILL7870A oil (Gulf Oil Corp. Gulflite 6 or equivalent) to the fuel
pump inlet.
CAUTION:

(c)

DO NOT EXCEED STARTER LIMITATIONS WHILE MOTORING


THE ENGINES.

Move the throttle to the IDLE detent and motor the engine with the starter (without
ignition). When oil is observed flowing into the bucket, move the throttle to the fuel
off position. Remove the oil supply to the pump inlet.
WARNING: FAILURE TO PROPERLY INSTALL, ALIGN AND TIGHTEN FUEL,
OIL, AND AIR FITTINGS AND TUBES COULD RESULT IN AN
ENGINE FAILURE.

3.

(d)

Permit excess oil to drain from the fuel control; then reinstall the fuel line. Tighten
hose coupling to 80100 lb in. (9.013.6 N.m).

(e)

Depreserve the fuel system by purging preservative oil and/or air from the fuel system. (Refer to Purging the Fuel and Control System, para 2.D., 730000.)

Installation of Engine in Container


A.

Install the engine in the drumtype shipping container (P/N 6870176) as follows:
(1)

Prepare the container for the installation.


(a)

Depress and hold the relief valve manual release button until the air pressure inside
the container is zero.

(b)

Remove the drum front head by removing the nut, bolt, and clamping band assembly.

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PARA 3.A. (1) (cont)

(2)

(c)

Remove the cloth bag containing bracket mounting hardware.

(d)

Remove the two nuts, lockwashers, and bolts retaining the engine suspension
frame assembly to the side rail assembly. Slide the frame from the drum. The
frame will rest on two yokes.

(e)

Remove a hairpin and flat head pin from each and separate the two engine mounting brackets from the engine mounting bracket support adapters. Remove a hairpin
and flat head pin from each then slide the two adapters outboard until they are flush
with the inside edge of the adapter support bushings.

(f)

Remove the bottom engine mounting bracket. (The shipping container details
include two bottom brackets. Remove the bracket which is identical to the two side
brackets. Install the remaining bracket on the storage bracket assembly.)

Assemble the bottom and two side mounting brackets on the engine. Secure each with
three bolts and washers. Tighten bolts to 85110 lb in. (9.612.4 N.m) and lockwire in
threes.
CAUTION:

AVOID SHARP BENDS WHEN COILING THE THERMOCOUPLE LEAD.

(3)

Coil the thermocouple lead and secure it to the top of the turbine with oneinch (25 mm)
masking tape.

(4)

Lower the engine onto the engine suspension frame assembly. The bottom engine mounting bracket must engage the female adapter bracket. Stop lowering the engine when the
side mounting brackets are aligned with the engine mounting bracket support adapters.
Secure each of the two adapters to the mounting brackets with a flat head pin and hairpin.
Secure each of the two adapters to the adapter support bushings with a flat head pin and
hairpin. Release engine weight onto the frame.

(5)

Tie the empty cloth bag to the desiccant receptacle for future use.

(6)

Lift or hoist the engine loaded frame until the side rails align with the side rail assemblies.
Slide the frame into the drum.
NOTE:

If a hoist was used to lift the engine loaded frame assembly, the lift tool must be
removed from the engine top pad before the engine can slide all the way into
the drum.

(7)

Secure the side rails to the side rail assemblies with a bolt, lockwasher, and nut on each
side. Tighten nuts to 150180 lb in. (1720 N.m).

(8)

Place two 16unit bags of desiccant into the desiccant receptacle. Replace the humidity
indicator element only if necessary.

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PARA 3.A. (cont)

B.

(9)

Assemble the closure gasket and the front head on the drum. Secure the head with the
clamping band. Use a special scissorstype clinch tool to hold the band so that the retaining bolt and nut can be installed. Tighten nut until the head, gasket, and band are seated
firmly. Leadseal lockwire the bolt to the bushing sleeve.

(10)

Place applicable engine records in a plastic envelope. Store the envelope in the records
receptacle. Leadseal lockwire the cover to the receptacle.

(11)

Coat the nut end of the container closure bolt with corrosion preventive compound.

Install the engine in a rectangulartype shipping container (P/N 6873174) as follows:


(1)

(2)

Prepare the container for the installation.


(a)

Depress and hold the relief valve manual release button until air pressure inside the
container is zero.

(b)

Remove the eight nuts and screws securing the cover to the base. Attach a hoist at
the lifting hooks and remove the container cover from the base.

(c)

Separate the two side engine mounting brackets from the engine mounting bracket
adapters by removing a hairpin and flat head pin from each.

(d)

Loosen the two engine mounting bracket adapters in the upper mounting adapter
support bracket by removing a hairpin and flat head pin from each. Slide the adapters outboard until they are flush with the inside edge of the support bracket.

(e)

Remove the bottom engine mounting bracket. (The shipping container details
include two brackets. Remove the bracket which is identical to the two side brackets. Install the remaining bracket at the storage location on the channel weldment.)

Assemble the bottom and two side mounting brackets on the engine. Secure each with
three bolts and washers. Tighten bolts to 85110 lb in. (9.612.4 N.m) and lockwire in
threes.
CAUTION:

(3)

AVOID SHARP BENDS WHEN COILING THE THERMOCOUPLE LEAD.

Coil the thermocouple lead and secure it to the top of the turbine with oneinch (25 mm)
masking tape.

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PARA 3.B. (cont)

C.

(4)

Lower the engine onto the base assembly. The bottom engine mounting bracket must
engage the tube of the lower mounting bracket. Stop lowering the engine when the side
mounting brackets are aligned with the engine mounting bracket adapters. Slide the
adapters inboard to engage the engine side mounting brackets. Secure each of the two
adapters to the mounting brackets with a flat head pin and hairpin. Secure each of the two
adapters to the upper mounting adapter support bracket with a flat head pin and hairpin.
Release the engine weight onto the base. Remove the lifting hoist.

(5)

Tie the empty cloth sack to the mounting frame upper tube for future use.

(6)

Place two 16unit bags of desiccant into the desiccant receptacle. Replace the humidity
indicator element only if necessary.

(7)

Position the closure gasket; then lower the cover over the engine loaded base. Align cover
to base at each end with a locating pin. Be sure the closure gasket is properly seated.

(8)

Remove the hoist from the cover. Attach the cover to the base with eight screws and nuts
(nut end up). Tighten nuts to 150165 lb in. (1719 N.m).

(9)

Leadseal wire the cover to the base at the two tamperproof security holes.

(10)

Remove the records receptacle cover. Place applicable engine records in the receptacle.
Install the cover; secure with four screws, flat washers, and rubber washers. Tighten
screws to 3040 lb in. (3.44.5 N.m). Leadseal lockwire screws in pairs.

(11)

Coat the nut end of the container closure bolts with corrosion preventive compound.

Install the engine in the pressurizedtype shipping container (P/N 6870352) as follows:
(1)

Prepare the container for the installation.


(a)

Loosen the nut; then swing the service receptacle cover out of the way. Reduce air
pressure in the container to zero by loosening or removing the air valve or by pressing the manual release button on the relief valve.

(b)

Remove the 32 screws and nuts at the container splitlines. Remove the cover
using a hoist.

(c)

Remove the cotter pins and flat head pins and separate the two engine mounting
brackets for the engine side mounting pads from the two retaining tubes.

(d)

Remove the cotter pins and flat head pins and separate the two retaining tubes
from the upper engine mounting support bracket. Slide the tubes outboard until
their inboard ends are flush with the inboard sides of the upper engine mounting
support brackets.

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PARA 3.C. (1) (cont)
(e)

Remove the bottom engine mounting bracket from the yoke by removing the bolt
and washer.

(2)

Assemble the two engine mounting brackets to the side mounting pads of the engine.
Secure each with three bolts and three washers. Tighten bolts to 85110 lb in. (9.612.4
N.m) and lockwire in groups of three.

(3)

Assemble the engine mounting bracket to the bottom mounting pad of the engine. Secure
with three bolts and three washers. Tighten bolts to 85110 lb in. (9.612.4 N.m) and lockwire in groups of three.
CAUTION:

AVOID SHARP BENDS WHEN COILING THE THERMOCOUPLE LEAD.

(4)

Coil the thermocouple lead and secure it to the top of the turbine with oneinch masking
tape.

(5)

Lower the engine into the shipping container base. Let the bottom engine mounting
bracket engage the tube of the bottom container bracket. Stop lowering the engine when
the shafts of the two side engine mounting brackets are aligned with their respective
retaining tubes.

(6)

Slide the two side mounting bracket retaining tubes inboard until they engage the mounting
brackets on the engine. Secure each with a flat head pin and a cotter pin. Secure the
retaining tubes to the upper engine mounting support brackets with a flat head pin and cotter pin at each bracket.

(7)

Release the complete engine weight into the container. Remove the lifting brackets and/or
slings.

(8)

Tie the cloth sack to the desiccant basket.

(9)

Place two 16unit bags of desiccant in the desiccant basket.

(10)

Position the closure gasket; then lower the cover over the engine loaded base.

(11)

Remove the hoist from the cover. Attach the cover to the base with 32 screws and nuts
(nut ends up). Tighten one nut on each side in the center and one at each of the four corners; then tighten the remaining nuts. Tighten nuts to 150165 lb in. (1719 N.m).

(12)

Replace or retighten the air valve; then pressurize the container to 5.0 0.5 psig (34.5
3.4 kPag) at 21C (70F) using clean dry air. Refer to Table 901 for pressure vs temperature relationship applicable to containers.

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PARA 3.C. (cont)
(13)

Check the records receptacle, humidity indicator, drain plug, service receptacle gasket, air
valve, relief valve, and container splitline closure gasket for air leaks. Use a soap and
water solution for the leak check. If leaks are found, retorque and/or repair as necessary
to stop leaks. Recheck the pressure in accordance with the values in Table 901. Do not
over torque the closure bolts. Tamper proof the shipping container by lead seal lockwiring
the container cover to the base at the holes provided at the two opposite corners.
NOTE:

Recheck the container pressure and humidity indicator if the engine has not
been shipped within 24 hours of the time the container was pressurized. Also,
recheck the container pressure and the humidity indicator immediately before
the time of actual shipment. (Refer to Preservation Surveillance, para 7, this
section)

(14)

Reassemble the service receptacle cover to the service receptacle. Secure with two nuts.
Tighten nuts to 1525 lb in. (1.72.8 N.m). Tamper proof the cover using lockwire with a
lead seal.

(15)

Place applicable engine records in a plastic envelope. Store the envelope in the records
receptacle. Secure with two nuts. Tighten nuts to 3045 lb in. (3.45.0 N.m). Tamper
proof the cover using lockwire with a lead seal.

(16)

Coat the nut ends of the records receptacle studs, the service receptacle bolts, and the
closure screws with corrosion preventive compound.
Table 901
Shipping Container Air Pressure Chart

Temperature
F
(C)

Pressure
psig (kPag)

Temperature
F
(C)

Pressure
psig (kPag)

+140

(60)

7.6

(52.4)

+ 40

(4.4)

3.9

(26.9)

+130

(54)

7.3

(50.3)

+ 30

(1.1)

3.5

(24.1)

+120

(49)

6.9

(47.6)

+ 20

(6.7)

3.2

(22.1)

+110

(43)

6.5

(44.8)

+ 10

(12)

2.8

(19.3)

+100

(38)

6.1

(42.1)

(18)

2.4

(16.5)

90

(32)

5.8

(40.0)

10

(23)

2.0

(13.8)

80

(28)

5.4

(37.2)

20

(29)

1.7

(11.7)

70

(21)

5.0

(34.5)

30

(34)

1.3

(9.0)

60

(16)

4.6

(31.7)

40

(40)

0.9

(6.2)

50

(10)

4.3

(29.6)

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4.

Preparation of the Engine for Shipment.


Prepare the preserved engine for shipment as follows:
A.

Coat accessory drives which do not have accessory installed on them with engine oil. Brush
internal splines with antiseize compound (Lubriplate 130A, 930AA or equivalent) and assemble
shipping covers, gaskets, washers and nuts.

B.

Touch up paint film where damaged. Do not expose touch up areas to engine fluids or cleaning
solvents for a minimum period of 72 hours after application.

C.

All shipping parts, except accessory drive pad covers and related parts attached to the engine,
shall be identified by a light yellow color. The color may be paint or any other acceptable process
which is noncorrosive, permanent and not subject to deterioration by engine fluids and solvents.

D.

Letters and numbers of stenciled markings shall be block letters 0.75 in. (19 mm) high minimum.

E.

Tighten aluminum and plastic shipping caps and plugs finger tight.

F.

Tighten threaded parts to standard torques.


CAUTION:

5.

REMOVE ALL SHIPPING CLOSURES PRIOR TO ENGINE OPERATION EXCEPT


COVERS ON THOSE ACCESSORY DRIVE PADS WHICH ARE NOT USED FOR
ATTACHMENT OF AIRCRAFT ACCESSORY.

Removal of Engine from Container


A.

Remove the engine from the drumtype shipping container (P/N 6870176) as follows:
(1)

Depress and hold the relief valve manual release button until the air pressure inside the
container is zero. Remove the drum front head by removing the nut, bolt, and clamping
band assembly.

(2)

Remove the cloth bag containing bracket mounting hardware.

(3)

Remove the two nuts, lockwashers, and bolts retaining the engine loaded frame assembly
to the side rails. Slide the engine and frame assembly from the drum. The frame will rest
on two yokes.

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PARA 5.A. (cont)
CAUTION:

B.

PROVIDE ADEQUATE SUPPORT AT BOTH ENDS OF THE LOADED


FRAME TO PREVENT IT FROM FALLING TO THE FLOOR AS THE LOAD
IS DISENGAGED FROM THE SIDE RAILS. THE FRAME CAN BE SUPPORTED BY ATTACHING A LIFT TOOL AND HOIST AT THE ENGINE TOP
MOUNTING PAD WHEN THE FRAME IS ABOUT HALF WAY OUT OF THE
DRUM.

(4)

Adjust the hoist to take the engine weight off of the frame assembly.

(5)

Separate the two engine mounting bracket support adapters from the adapter support
bushings and from the engine mounting brackets by removing the hairpin and flat head pin
at each location. Slide the two adapters outboard until they are flush with the inside edge
of the adapter support bushings.

(6)

Hoist the engine from the frame assembly.

(7)

Remove the three mounting brackets from the engine.

(8)

Reinstall container parts into their respective locations and place loose hardware in the
cloth bag. Tie the bag to the desiccant receptacle for future use.

(9)

If the container will be exposed to corrosive conditions, coat the nut end of the closure bolt
with corrosion preventive compound.

Remove the engine from a rectangulartype shipping container (P/N 6873174) as follows:
(1)

Depress and hold the relief valve manual release button until the air pressure inside the
container is zero.

(2)

Remove the eight screws and nuts securing the cover to the base. Attach a hoist at the
lifting hooks and remove the container cover from the base.

(3)

Attach a lift bracket and hoist to the engine top mounting pad. Adjust the hoist to take the
engine weight off of the container suspension system.

(4)

Separate the two engine mounting bracket adapters from the side engine mounting brackets and from the upper mounting adapter support brackets by removing a hairpin and flat
head pin at each location. Slide the two adapters outboard until they are flush with the
inside edge of the support brackets.

(5)

Hoist the engine out of the container.

(6)

Remove the engine mounting brackets from the bottom and both sides of the engine.

(7)

Reinstall container parts into their respective locations and place loose hardware in the
cloth sack. Tie the cloth sack to the mounting frame upper tube for future use.

(8)

If the container will be exposed to corrosive conditions, coat the nut end of the eight closure screws with corrosion preventive compound.

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PARA 5. (cont)
C.

6.

Remove the engine from the pressurizedtype shipping container (P/N 6870352) as follows:
(1)

Loosen the nut; then swing the service receptacle cover out of the way. Reduce air pressure in the container to zero by loosening or removing the air valve or by pressing the
manual release button on the relief valve.

(2)

Remove the 32 nuts and screws at the splitline. Remove the container cover using a hoist.

(3)

Remove the weight from the engine in the container using a hoist at the lifting bracket at
the top of the engine.

(4)

Remove the cotter pins and flat head pins securing the two retaining tubes at the upper
engine mounting support brackets and at the mounting brackets for the engine side mounting pads. Slide the retaining tubes outboard until their inboard ends are flush with the
inboard sides of the upper engine mounting support brackets.

(5)

Hoist the engine out of the container.

(6)

Remove the three mounting brackets from the engine.

(7)

Reinstall container parts at their storage locations. Place loose hardware in the cloth bag.

(8)

If the container will be subjected to weather or corrosive conditions during storage, coat
nut ends of the records receptacle studs, the service receptacle bolts, and the closure
screws with corrosive preventive compound.

Container Reuse
All of the containers are designed to be reusable. Reuse as many of the shipping parts stored within
the container as possible.

7.

Preservation Surveillance
The shipping package must undergo humidity indicator element inspection upon receipt of the engine.
Repeat inspection every 30 days.
A.

If the humidity indicator is light blue (white to blue is also acceptable), the moisture level in the
bag or container has been satisfactory. Make note of the humidity inspection in the Engine Log.

B.

If the humidity indicator is light lavender or pink, the moisture level in the bag or container has
been unsatisfactory. Return the engine to storage condition as follows:
(1)

Remove the engine from the container and inspect for evidence of moisture. Normally the
first condition encountered will be galvanic corrosion in areas having dissimilar metals in
contact with each other such as steel bolts and fittings contacting the magnesium gearbox.

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PARA 7.B. (cont)
(2)

If corrosion is not found, replace the humidity indicator element and return the engine to
storage.

(3)

If corrosion is found, clean or replace the corroded parts as necessary. Remove shipping
parts and install the engine on a test stand or in an airframe. Start the engine and accelerate to Ground Idle. Operate at this engine power setting or above for a sufficient length of
time (approx. five minutes) to accomplish the following: depreserve the fuel system, recoat
all lubricated interior components, and thoroughly remove moisture from the engine. Upon
completion of the engine run, preserve the engine and return it to storage in the normal
manner described in this section.

(4)

Replace or rejuvenate the desiccant. Replace with No. 88 Absorbant Protective Dehydrating Agent, or equivalent (MILD3464). Desiccant can be rejuvenated by heating in an
oven at 121C (250F) for 16 hours.

(5)

Make note of the inspection in the Engine Log.

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