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CHAPTER 9 MOVEMENT OF TANKS TO A NEW WORKSITE
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CHAPTER 10 TANK REPAIR AND CALIBRATION
TM 5-5430-209-12
Section II. TRANSPORTING TANK COMPONENTS
9-3. General
b. Wire or strap each bundle and identify it with
the description and part number of each item. Do not
This section contains information on packaging tank
bend any component during banding and tie down.
components for transporting to the new worksite.
9-4. Tank Packaging
down.
c.  Protect all lap seam surfaces from damage.
a. Like components of the tank should be stacked
d. Use wooden blocks or separators between
or arranged together in bundles of a weight consistent
staves to maintain their curvature and protect the
with available handling methods.
flanges.
Section III. REINSTALLATION AFTER MOVEMENT
9-5. General
b. Re-erection Kit.
This section contains instructions for the re-erection of
(1) All gasket material and damaged nuts and
tanks at the new worksite.
9-6. Tank Site, Soil Test, and Foundation
bolts, discarded at time of disassembly, are replaced
with new components supplied in the tank re-erection
Refer to Chapter 2 for information covering the tank
kit.
site, soil test, and foundation preparation.
9-7. Re-erection of Tanks
(2) Select the appropriate re-erection kit for the
a. Inspecting  the  Equipment.
tank.
Check  all
c.  Assembly.  Using the appropriate re-erection
components for damage due to shipping, unloading or
kit, assemble the tank in accordance with the applicable
uncrating. Inspect all plates, staves, and channels for
erection instructions contained in Chapters 3 through 8.
poor alinement and damage.
9-2

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