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Table 6-1. Bill of Materials for Blocking and Tiedown of MW24C Scoop Loader in General-Cargo and Barge-Type Vessels.
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Figure 7-1. Blocking and tiedown diagram MW24C scoop loader on CONUS general-purpose flatcar (side view).
TM 55-3805-262-14
CHAPTER 7
RAIL TRANSPORTABILITY GUIDANCE
Section I. GENERAL
7-2 .Maximum Utilization of Railcars
7-1. Scope
Additional cargo, as approved by the activity of-
This chapter provides rail transportability guidance
fering the vehicle for transport, may be transported
for movement of the MW24C scoop loader. It covers
with the vehicle.
significant technical data and physical characteris-
tics, as well as safety considerations, and prescribes
the materials and guidance required to prepare,
load, and tie doen the scoop loader on open-top
flatcars.
Section Il. TRANSPORT ON CONUS RAILWAYS
CAUTION
7-3. General
Do not allow the scoop loader to exceed 3
The transportability guidance contained in this sec-
mph during loading and unloading
tion is applicable when the scoop loader is trans-
operations.
ported on CONUS railways. Consideration is given
to single and multiple movements on the type of
b. The loads shown in figures 7-1 and 7-2 are
railcars normally used for the transport of this type
based on a flatcar with a minimum width of 9 feet 6
of equipment.
inches, which will provide sufficient space for
blocking materials. Figure 7-3 is a detailed diagram
7-4. Loading on General Purpose Flatcar
of the blocking and tiedown for these loads. The bill
The scoop loader may be placed in the tiedown
of materials for blocking and tiedown of the vehicle
position on the railcar by a crane of adequate
shown is in table 7-1, and the application of these
capacity, or it may be driven or towed onto the
materials is shown in table 7-2.
railcar provided a suitable ramp or bridge is
available.
7-1

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