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Figure 9-9. Acceptable Wall Patches
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TM-9-3990-206-14-P Palletized Load System (PLS) FlatrackM1074/M1075 Manual
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Acceptable Flooring Repairs.
TM 9-3990-206-14&P
(1)  Tiedown Rings. Provisions used for attachment of straps or other cargo restraint devices must be in
working order. Tiedown rings that are deformed or broken are not cause for rejection of the flatrack as long as the
damaged tiedown ring is not required for securing the cargo and the structural integrity of the flatrack is not
otherwise impaired.
(2)  Flooring. See Figure 9-10. A flatrack is unacceptable if the flooring has any of the following
deficiencies:
(a)
Any protrusion above the top surface of the flooring;
(b)
Any floor fastener that is not flush or countersunk with the surface of the flooring;
(c)
Any loose or missing floor fastener;
(d)
Floor not free of debris or residue from a previous cargo;
(e)
Flooring soaked with hazardous or flammable fluid;
(f)
Floor contains rotted or broken board;
(g)
Floor contains one or more cracked, splintered, warped, stained or delaminated boards that impair
either the structural integrity of the container or the safe loading or cargo.
WARPED BOARD
FASTENERS CORRODED,
MISSING, SHEARED OR LOOSE
STAIN FROM SUBSTANCE
WHICH MAY DAMAGE CARGO
ROTTED OR SPLINTERED
OPEN JOINTS WHERE
WATER MAY COME THROUGH
Figure 9-10. Flooring Damage
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