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TM     10-3035-219-14 (4)    Laying    out    hoseline. WARNING Do   not   position   hoseline   in   an   area   where   leakage   can   contaminate   drinking   water. Failure   to   observe   this   warning   can   result   in   serious   injury   or   death   by   poisoning. C A U T I ON Do   not   allow   heavy   trucks   or   any   tracked   vehicles   to   drive   over   hoseline. Do   not   lay   hoseline   through   marshes,   swamps,   watercourses,   or   areas   subject to   periodic   flooding. Failure   to   observe   these   cautions   can   result   in   equipment   damage   or   failure. (a)  Manually   position   the   hose   until   the   first   50   feet(15m)   of   hose   is   in   place.   After   50   feet   of   hose   is   in place,   the   weight   of   the   hose   will   hold   the   line   in   position. (b)  The   assistant   driver   must   observe   the   hose-laying   operation   and   tell   the   driver   to   speed   up,   slow down,   or   stop   the   truck   depending   on   the   needs   of   the   line   walkers   straightening   and   repositioning   the   hoseline.   He   must also   observe   for   catching   or   binding   of   the   hose   as   it   flakes   out   of   the   flaking   box.   The   recommended   hose   laying   speed is   approximately   10   mph   (16   km).   The   optimum   speed   for   any   installation   will   vary   depending   upon   the   terrain,   manpower available,   and   how   far   the   hose   must   be   manually   moved. (c)  As   the   hoseline   is   laid   out,   two   persons   (line   walkers)   should   walk   the   line   behind   the   truck   to   perform the    following    tasks: C A U T I O N HandIe   hoseline   with   care.   Rough   handling   or   abuse   can   cause   hoseline   damage or    failure.   Straighten   out   kinks   or   bends   in   hoseline. 2      If   hoseline   is   being   laid   along   an   existing   roadway,   hose   must   be   manually   repositioned   to   a   secure point    5    to    10    feet    (1.5-3.0m)    from    road.   Remove   small   obstructions,   branches,   and   sharp   rocks   which   can   damage   hoseline.   If   required   by   conditions   of   use,   follow   security   guidelines   given   in   paragraph   2-6b,   Step   (5). (d)  Retain   empty   flaking   boxes   for   repacking. 2  -  2  0       C  h  a  n  g  e      1

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