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GASKET 0005281 - Caterpillar

0005281 GASKET Caterpillar parts GASKET
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Do not weld hose clamp bosses close to weld joints for structural members.
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Improper weld location.
Do not weld nozzle brackets (2) close to weld joints (3) of structural members.
Welding too close to a structural weld may create a stress riser that will propagate cracks in the structural member.Do Not Block Factory Components from Being Removed
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Example of the amount of disassembly required for an engine removal procedure on a haul truck.Many Caterpillar parts may need to be removed in order to access and remove a major component. Engines and other major machine components are designed to be removed and replaced quickly to minimize equipment down time.The amount of time that is required to remove major components can be affected if fire suppression components are mounted in locations that will prevent component removal. Fire suppression suppliers must consider machine component removal procedures when locations for fire suppression equipment are determined.Do Not Mount Fire Suppression Equipment In a Location That Will Interfere With Machine Controls
Machine controls are carefully placed by design to meet ergonomic standards. Machine controls are carefully placed by design to maintain safe and efficient operation of Caterpillar machines. Fire suppression controls and fire suppression circuits should not alter Caterpillar machine controls.In some areas, Caterpillar machines and their electrical systems are required to meet standards relative to the effects of operating in or around electromagnetic fields. Fire suppression systems installed by fire suppression suppliers should have documentation to support compliance with these standards.Safety Signs
Safety signs and proper training in relation to fire suppression systems must be provided to personnel that may operate a machine or to personnel that work in the vicinity of a machine. Personnel that operate or work in the vicinity of a machine must understand how to properly discharge the fire suppression system.
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Safety sign has not been maintained.Fire suppression safety signs that are added to Caterpillar machines by fire suppression dealers must be maintained.
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Properly maintained safety sign.Safety signs should also be translated into the appropriate language based on machine location.Engine Shutdown
It is Caterpillar's position that the engine should continue to operate until the operator chooses to shut the engine off. For engines not electronically controlled and injected, an energize-to-shut-off system should be used. Control and protection systems shall be designed to keep the engine running until the operator chooses to stop the engine, unless a thorough safety hazard analysis concludes that shut down is the only reasonable option. All logic should prolong the operation and control of the engine for as long as possible or until the operator chooses to shut the engine off.Fire System Monitoring Information
Some fire suppression systems require fire sensing equipment to be active between shifts and overnight. Some fire suppression systems require the system to be able to discharge upon the detection of a fire between shifts and overnight. This may require the system to be armed at all times:
Service personnel must be informed when the fire suppression system is armed.
Service personnel must be informed if the system will

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