LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS (Contd)
BRIDGE ADAPTER PALLET EQUIPMENT FEATURES
WINCH FRAME LOCK LEVERS The two levers on the winch frame are
manually set to either lock the winch frame to the BAP or the LHS hook arm
WINCH ASSEMBLY The winch, cable, and sheave mounted on the
WINCH FRAME ASSEMBLY The frame which supports the winch and is
secured to the BAP frame prior to lifting the BAP, and secured to the LHS
hook arm prior to lifting bays.
WINCH HOOK ASSEMBLY The hook attached to the winch cable
designed to connect to the lifting eye of the bay.
MOUNTING LADDER The sliding ladder mounted on the BAP tool box
for accessing either the BAP catwalks or LHS workstation.
FRONT PIN LOCK The mechanism on each side of the BAP that secures
the bay by its trunnions.
FRONT AND REAR ROLLER ASSEMBLIES The two rollers on each
side of the BAP that support and guide the movement of the bay during
loading, unloading, and transport.
CATWALKS The two walkway/work platforms mounted on each side of the
REAR GUIDE The mechanism on each side of the BAP which guides the
bay to the center during retrieval and secures the bay by its trunnions during
REAR BUMPER ASSEMBLY The three roller type bumpers on the rear
of the BAP that guide the BAP during transloading to trailer or truck.
TRANSLOAD ROLLER ASSEMBLY The roller on each side of the rear of
the BAP that supports the movement of the BAP, when transferring the BAP
to and from the M1076 trailer, and the bay, when performing a high-bank
HAND PUMP The manualy operated hand pump mounted on the BAP
which is used to extend the center roller to raise or lower the bay for specific
operations, and to extend the transload rollers when transferring the BAP to
the PLS trailer.
PLS FEET There is a PLS foot mounted on a bracket on each side of the
BAP frame. The PLS feet are stowed (UP position) when the BAP is loaded on
the CBT or transloaded on the PLS trailer. The PLS feet are moved to the
down posoition only when loading/unloading the BAP on a PLS truck.