Sec. 6-Fig. 35
CONTAINERS, CONEX TYPE, FULL OR HALF-SIZE, CROSSWISE, LOADED ON SIDES, EMPTY, DOUBLE-
DECKED -GONDOLA CARS WITH WOOD OR STEEL FLOORS
Item No. of Pcs.
Brake wheel clearance. See Fig. 2.
3 per car.
1 in. x 6 in. full length of car.
1 at "A" end of
6 in. x 6 in. length full width of car. Place against end of car. Skid of transporter to be placed
against Item "C" and skids of each adjacent transporter to be recessed except last unit which
should be reversed with skids facing "B" end of car.
2 per load.
2 in. x .050 in. high tension bands encircling entire load lengthwise of car.
2 ea. unit.
1 1/4 in. x .035 in. high tension bands crosswise and encircling top and bottom transporters into a
1 at "B" end of
6 in. x 6 in. length full width of car placed against skid of end transporter. To be secured to
floor with five 60-D nails or three 5/8 in. bolts.
3 at "B" end of
6 in. x 6 in. length to suit. Locate between Items "F" and "H". To be secured to floor with
five 60-D nails or one 5/8 in. bolt.
Filler block against end of car, full width of car. Dimensions to suit.
3 per load.
1 in. x 6 in. separators, full length of load. To be placed between tiers.
2 ea. end of load.
1 3/4 in. dia. x 12 in. pin with crosswise retainer top and bottom. Insert through round holes in
skids of top and bottom transporters as shown.
1 per unit.
2 in. x .050 in. high tension band to pass over each unit from top of car side to opposite top of
car side or band anchorage.
M 2 ea. end of load.
Each to consist of six strands of No. 8 ga. black annealed wire. Pass through each corner skid
opening of top transporters diagonally and through to top of car side or band anchorage as
N 2 ea. end of load.
Each to consist of six strands of No. 8 ga. black annealed wire. Pass through each top and
bottom corner skid opening at corner of transporters and to top of car side as shown.
Stake pocket protector. To be used where items "D", "L", and "E" pass over sharp corners as
Where 6 strands of No. 8 ga. black annealed wire is specified, 3/8 in. dia. cable of equal strength may be
See General Rules 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 14 and 15 for further details.