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USEFUL HINTS ON SALVAGE BY A VETERAN IN THE WORK

Issue 12 and Volume 88.

USEFUL HINTS ON SALVAGE BY A VETERAN IN THE WORK Some Uses to Which Old Cover Cen Be Put— Proper Tools, Etc., To Be Cerried on Trucks— Use of Cover As e Reservoir for Pumper SALVAGE covers arc used to protect property, merchandise and furnishings from water damage. They should be of suitable size and weight, thereby providing easy handling. They should be water proof and provided with grommets, No. 3 Spur type, for hanging when necessary. Covers used at Kansas City are 12 x 18 feet and 12 x 14 feet. They are waterproofed canvas covers, and should have waterproofed seams. Each cover, 12 x 18 ft., should have 22 brass grommets, placed two on each corner, four on each side, three on each end. The corners are reinforced on the reverse side, under the edges, by means of a triangular piece of material and to record the age…

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