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Table 4-3. Location of Markings - Continued - TM-9-1375-213-34-P0028
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d. Transfer accepted packing box to pack-
NOTE
ing operation. If rejected, mark and
place in reject area pending disposal.
The DOT/UN shipping classification for
old-packaged electric and nonelectric
Inspecting Barrier Bag
4-8.
blasting caps was changed in the early
1990's. The classification was changed
from the old DOT "EXPLOSIVE C-
a. Materials, tools, and equipment include
BLASTING  CAPS"  to  the  old
the following:
"EXPLOSIVE A - DETONATORS -
HANDLE CAREFULLY'. These desig-
(1) Work table.
nations were, in turn, replaced by the
new UN Proper Shipping Names and
(2) Rags.
Codes given in table 4-3. This does not
apply to the new, non-propagating pack-
(3) Stencil or rubber type.
ages which should have been marked
with different UN markings at the fac-
(4) Paint brush.
tory. Use the proper markings for the
packaging given in table 4-3.
(5) Marking ink.
(6) Solvent.
Inspecting and Reconditioning
4-7.
b. Receive bag from unpacking operation.
Packing Box
c.
Examine barrier bag and accept or reject
a s i n s t r u c t e d i n T M  9-1375-213-12.
a. Materials, tools, and equipment include
Additional instructions are:
the following:
d. If markings are obliterated on otherwise
(1) Work table.
undamaged bags, re-mark.
(2) Roller conveyor,
e. If new bags are required:
(3) Wood scraper.
Cut two sheets of barrier material
(1)
for each bag to the full dimensions
(4) Rags.
of original bag.
(5) Claw hammer.
(2) Place two cut sheets of barrier mate-
rial together, plastic facing plastic,
(6) Hand nail puller.
and aline.
(7) Stencil (to be made on site).
Seal three edges, using heat sealing
(3)
machine. Leave wider edge open if
(8) Screwdriver.
bag is not square.
(9) Paint brush.
Transfer accepted bags to packing opera-
f.
tion. If rejected, mark and place in
(10) Marking ink.
reject area pending disposal.
(11) Enamel.
g. If markings on bag are legible and cor-
rect, transfer bag and information to
(12) Lacquer, sand, marking obliterating.
repacking operations.
(13) Solvent.
Repacking
4-9.
(14) Nails (assorted sizes).
a. Repack in original manner in accordance
with TM 9-1375-213-12.
b. Receive packing box from unpacking oper-
ation
b. Reseal barrier bag as follows:
c. Examine box and repair, recondition,
Insert packed inner box(es) into bar-
(1)
and accept or reject as prescribed in TM
rier bag in original orientation (indi-
9-1375-213-12.
cated by impressions in bag).
4-17

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