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This section applies to coils of rolled sheet metal. WLL for blocking systems Section 2. Coiled wire is secured using the general cargo securement requirements section 2. To prevent shifting or tipping, cargo is immobilized or secured on or within a vehicle by tiedowns along with: Use of edge protection Edge protector Blocking and bracing Section 2.

When different tiers need to be secured, use a combination of blocking equipment and tiedowns. Other manufacturers mark components using a code or symbol that is defined in a recognized standard. To counteract movement to one side, attach the tiedown so it pulls the cargo toward the opposite side of the diver.

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Carriers are recommended to purchase and use components that are rated and marked by their manufacturer. Outer bottom logs must be in contact with and rest solidly against bunks, bolsters, stakes, or standards.

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Cargo is fully contained by structures of adequate strength. For articles that have a tendency to tip: A combination of securing devices that forms an assembly that: Requiremenst for securing a single coil Section 3.

Any device specifically manufactured to attach or secure cargo to a vehicle or trailer. Type of Vehicle The specific requirements are for metal coils transported: When cargo is prevented from forward movement for example, by the headboard, bulkhead, other cargo, or tiedownsecure the cargo according to the following requirements:.

This requirement also applies to any material used for dunnage. This friction restrains the cargo. Place bundles in direct contact with each other. If cargo is not prevented from forward movement for example, by the headboard, bulkhead, other cargo, or tiedown attached to the cargosecure the cargo according to the following requirements:.

To prevent rolling, provide more than one point of contact: Every device contributes to the WLL of the securement system. Tiedowns may pass through a pulley or equivalent device in the middle and tensioned from one end.

Driver’s Handbook on Cargo Securement

All elements of the vehicle structure and anchor points must be strong enough to withstand the forces described on page 7. Acceptable securement of one stack loaded crosswise Special Circumstances: Requirements drivver eyes crosswise: Requirements for securing a single coil Section 3.

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If wood is used: Secure the stack of bundles with tiedowns: The friction mat alone is adequate.

Blocking and Bracing Equipment. How strong must the vehicle structure and anchor points be? How to Use the Securemwnt 1. A piece of grade 7 chain may be marked with a 70 orin accordance with the standard of the National Association of Chain Manufacturers.

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Article Description Minimum of Tiedowns More than 1. Prevent the coil from rolling. Blocking and bracing Section 2. The Securement System …………………………………………………………………………………………… p.

The doors are not designed or intended as a cargo securing device. Tiedowns can be used in two ways: This increases the pressure of the cargo on the deck and keeps the cargo from shifting.

For a synthetic webbing tiedown, the WLL is the working load limit of the tiedown assembly or the anchor secuurement it is attached to, whichever is less. Components of a Securement System Securing devices Section 2.