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Unstacking/Unloading Three Flatracks. (cont)
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STACKING/UNSTACKING LOADED FLATRACKS (CONT).
TM 9-3990-206-14&P
7-17. STACKING/UNSTACKING LOADED FLATRACKS.
a.
Stacking.
LIFTING
SPREADER BAR
DEVICE
Flatracks are designed to be
1
stacked in a loaded condition
up to nine high using
shipboard double twist locks.
Stacking more than nine
flatracks could cause damage
2
to equipment and serious
injury or death to personnel.
Flatrack and load weighs up to
38,500 lbs (17,479 kg).
Flatrack and load, including
sideboards and tarp, loaded on
5
3
PLS truck or trailer must not
4
exceed 36,600 lbs (16,616 kg).
Attach suitable lifting device to
avoid serious injury or death
3
to personnel.
NOTE
Double twist locks are not in Basic
Issue Items (BII) of the flatrack.
These devices are provided on
board shipping vessels.
(1)
Attach lifting device and spreader bar to
four upper ISO corner castings (1) of upper
flatrack (2).
(2)
Position four double twist locks (3) in
upper ISO corner castings (1) of lower
flatrack (4).
(3)
Raise flatrack and align lower ISO corner
castings (5) of upper flatrack (2) over upper
ISO corner castings (1) and double twist
locks (3) of lower flatrack (4).
(4)
Position upper flatrack (2) on lower flatrack (4).
(5)
Secure upper flatrack (2) to lower
flatrack (4) with four double twist locks (3)
by turning double twist locks 90 degrees in
either direction.
(6)
Remove lifting device and spreader bar.

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