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Figure   2-12.   Packing   Flaking   Boxes   (Sheet   1   of   2).
TM     10-3835-219-14 2 - 1 2 .    R e p a c k i n g     F l a k i n g     B o x e s     a n d     K i t s . a. Use   of   Repacking   Kit .  After   fuel   displacement   and   evacuation   procedures   are   completed,   hoseline   is   ready for   repacking.   It   will   be   packed   into   flaking   boxes   by   hand,   aboard   a   truck   which   backs   along   the   hoseline   route. The   repacking   rate   will   vary   greatly   depending   upon   terrain,   available   manpower,   how   far   hose   must   be   moved from   its   operating   area   to   roadway   or   truck   for   pickup,   and   level   of   experience   of   crew.   A   minimum   of   five   trucks with   crews   alternately   packing   hose   is   recommended   for   efficient   retrieval   operations.   Individual   task   assignments are   as   follows: (1)  Supervisor.   One   supervisor   is   needed   per   truck   during   hose   repacking. (2)  Driver.   A   driver   is   needed   to   operate   truck   during   hose   repacking. (3)  Line   walkers.   A   minimum   of   two   line   walkers   are   needed   to   pick   up   hose,   move   it   toward   truck,   and   feed hose   to   packers   on   truck   bed. (4)   Packers.   A   minimum   of   three   packers   are   needed.   Two   must   take   hose   from   line   walkers   and   lay   it   into place   in   box.   The   third   operates   packing   mechanism   and   coordinates   truck   speed   with   driver   and   supervisor. b.  g   Pack   hoseline   into   flaking   boxes   using   flaking   procedure   below   (figure   2-12): C A U T I O N Keep   foreign   material   and   sharp   objects   out   of   flaking   box   during   packing. Anything   pressed   against   hose   during   packing   may   puncture   it   when   hose   is c o m p r e s s e d. (1)     Step 1. (a)  Place   an   empty   flaking   box   (1)   at   trailing   end   (swivel   joint   end)   of   each   1000-foot   (300m)   hose assembly. (b)  Place   trailing   end   of   hose   (2)   at   left   rear   corner   of   box,   leaving   about   28   inches   (711mm)   beyond   tail gate   end   of   flaking   box.   Lay   hose   along   left   side   and   across   back   as   shown. (2)     Step 2. (a)  At   right   front   corner   of   box   (3),   fold   hose   back   to   left   (4). (b)  Flake   about   300   feet   (90   m)   of   hose   into   flaking   box,   alternating   folds   (5)   at   slightly   shorter   than   the full   width   of   the   box. (3) Step 3. (a)  Insert   pullboard   assembly   (6)   and   chain   hoist   (7). C A U T I O N Take   care   when   compressing   hose   with   chain   hoist   and   pullboard.   Excess compression   can   bend   flaking   box. (b)  Use   chain   hoist   (7)   and   pullboard   assembly   (6)   to   compress   hose   into   one-third   (or   slightly   less)   of   the flaking   box   (1). 2 - 3 6

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