The cooling equipment is in storage waiting to be processed.
The production employee unload the cooling equipment, according to instruction I III 11A and fills out F III 11A.
First the production employee cuts off the cable.
If it is not cooling equipment the production employee informs the shift leader. He decides to continue or to refuse the load. See P II 11.
When continuing the non-cooling equipment will be stored and processed elsewhere.
The production employee manually takes off hazardous material and waste.
The production employee sorts out the ammonia fridges. The ammonia fridges will stored to be processed elsewhere. The production employee drains the compressor of the cooling equipment according to I III 11B.
The production employee cuts the compressor of the cooling equipment according to I III 11C/E.
The production employee checks inside the fridge for glass or heavy parts according to I III 11C/E.
The production employee sorts out the glass wool fridges. The glass wool fridges will be stored to be processed elsewhere.
When the plant has no possibility to process pentane fridges, he sorts out the pentane fridges. The pentane fridges will stored to be processed elsewhere.
The result is a cooling appliance ready for further mechanical treatment.
P III 21 describes how the cooling equipment is mechanically treated.
How to store and ship all the sorted out materials is described in P IV 11.