REPLACE NICKEL EROSION CAP (AVIM)
Styrofoam is preferable material for
dry ice container. If styrofoam is not
available, use wood.
Make container (1) with inside dimensions 55 x 9
x 5 inches. Leave top and one end open.
Lift corners of nickel erosion cap (2). Use
aluminum starter chisel.
Dry ice (E92) is toxic. It can irritate
skin and cause burns. Avoid inhaling.
Use only with adequate ventilation.
Avoid contact with skin, eyes,
or clothing. In case of contact,
immediately flush skin or eyes with
water for at least 15 minutes. Get
medical attention for eyes.
Do not allow dry ice (E92) to contact
the titanium nose cap.
Pack dry ice (E92) (3) 1 inch deep in bottom of
container (1). Wear gloves (E187).
Have helpers lift blade (4) and position erosion
cap (2) in container (1) 1 inch from closed end.
Pack dry ice (E92) (3) in end and sides of
container (1). Use only enough dry ice to cover
erosion cap (2).
Chill erosion cap (2) 1 hour.
Have helpers remove blade (4) and place on
supports with erosion cap (2) clear.