BGHMK00 Lafayette 3606 Engine Caterpillar parts G3606B Lafayette
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Working with electrical circuits is hazardous and exposes personnel to electrical potential. To ensure safe operation, personnel must be trained in proper operating procedures. Bodily contact with electrical potential will cause serious personal injury or death.
High voltage is present. Work on this equipment must be performed by authorized trained personnel. Personnel must be wearing Personal Protective Equipment that meets regulatory requirements to protect the body for the work that is being performed. Failure to use appropriate PPE to protect the body will result in serious personal injury or death.
Photovoltaic Module Cleaning Guidelines
The photovoltaic modules are frameless and do not require cleaning as installed. Installed modules may collect a light layer of dust and/or dirt over time. For many installations, rainfall should be sufficient to remove any lighter soiling. In locations with heavy soiling, properly timed module cleaning can improve energy yields.Note: Cleaning the modules creates the risk of damage to the modules, the array components, and the potential for electric shock.Only properly trained personnel who understand the risks of applying water to electrical components should clean modules. Trained personnel shall wear appropriate electrically insulating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during cleaning, inspection, operations, or when working near modules.The module encapsulating material and glass provide protection from electrical shock hazard when intact. However, when cracked or chipped, the integrity of the module is compromised. That is, there is a potential loss of electrical insulating properties, thereby creating an electrical shock hazard.Note: Cracked or broken modules represent a shock hazard due to leakage currents, and the risk of shock is increased when modules are wet. Inspect modules for cracks, damage, and loose connections before cleaning.The voltage and current present in an array during daylight hours are sufficient to cause a lethal electrical shock.Acceptable module cleaning methods include spraying the modules with low-pressure water that is closely matched in temperature to the temperature of the module or to use a dry brushing technique. The following guidelines minimize impact to plant power generation, reduce safety hazards, and minimize risk of module damage.General Cleaning Techniques for All Module Types
Clean modules only when in open circuit and when modules are locked out from the load.The recommended time to clean modules is from dusk to dawn when production is not affected and risk of electrical shock hazard is minimized.The ideal time for cleaning modules is during low light conditions when production is lowest.Cleaning Techniques for Uncoated Modules
Fresh water may be used to clean the modules. A mild, non-abrasive, non-caustic detergent with a final fresh water and detergent solution mix with a pH between 6.5 and 8.5 at 25° C (77° F) may be used if needed.
Water must be free of floating oil or other immiscible liquids, floating debris, excessive turbidity, and objectionable odors.
When using water, reverse osmosis (RO) water provides the best results. When RO water is not available, tap water with the low mineral content (total hardness less than 75 mg/L) or deionized water may be used. Calcium should not exceed 75 mg/mL.