Sec. 6-Fig. 30 (Rev.-10-1966)
AIRPLANE ENGINE CONTAINERS, EMPTY, LENGTIHWISE, SIDE BY SIDE, DOUBLE DECKED WITH IN.
2 IN. X .050 HIGH TENSION BANDS-FLAT CARS
Item No. of Pcs.
Brake wheel clearance. See Fig. 2, Sec. 1.
4 ea. unit in bot-
Anti-Skid Plates, pattern 63. Locate between skids, of units and floor, as shown. Load must tom
layers be stenciled on both sides in one inch letters to read, "Anti-Skid Plates".
Each to consist of two pieces of 2 in. x 6 in., length to suit. Locate at each end of load, as
shown, and secure lower piece to floor with eight 30-D nails and top piece to one below in like
4 ea. Item "C".
Each to consist of three pieces of 2 in. x 4 in. x 36 in. Locate suitably spaced as shown, with
intermediate and bottom pieces against Item "C" and secure bottom piece to floor with six 30-
D nails. Secure intermediate piece to bottom piece in like manner. Extend top piece across
Item "C" against butt-end of skid and secure to intermediate piece with six 30-D nails.
4 ea. pile.
Each to consist of two pieces of 2 in. x 4 in. x 24 in. Locate at each end of each side of pile, as
shown, and secure lower piece to floor with four 30-D nails and top piece to one below in like
4 ea. unit in top
Anti-Skid Plates, pattern 64. Locate, as shown, between stacking lugs on bottom layers and
layers skids of units on top layers.
2 ea. pile.
2 in. x .050 in. high tension bands. Locate as shown, encircling each top and bottom unit of pile.
1 ea. pile.
2 in. x .050 in. high tension bands. Locate as shown, encircling pile.
2 ea. pile.
2 in. x .050 in. high tension bands. Locate as shown, suitably spaced.
Units should be located with not more than 1 inch space between ends of skids of adjacent piles, and between kids
and Items "C".
When pattern 64 anti-skid plates cannot be applied, the use of other suitable types are permissible if of equivalent
strength, and secured to prevent displacement.
Alternate locations of Items "C" and "D" are shown for use on flat cars too shoat to be arranged as above.
See General Rules 4, 5, 9, 11, 14 and 15 for further details.