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TB 55-1900-232-10
pp. Are 1-foot by 3-foot international orange stripes or inactive ship flooding markers painted on the sides of the
hull forward, aft and midships at the water's edge to allow visual inspection for proper trim during transit?
qq. Are all lifelines m place and in good condition?
rr.
Is condition ZEBRA set throughout the tow?
If not, list exceptions on separate sheet
ss.
Are liquid load diagrams and damage control flooding plates available on board?
If yes, where?
tt.
Are damage control inspection routes marked by paint/diagrams?
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Flooding
a.
Are amber (lower) and red (upper) alarm lights installed?
b.
Are flooding alarm lights visible from at least 90 and centered forward on the tow?
(Note. 360 of visibility is preferable for a high-value, escorted tow)
c.
Are both the 1-foot and 3-foot flooding alarm lights rigged with two bulbs each?
d.
Are flooding alarm lights rigged with a separate battery source?
(Must not be connected to navigational lights.)
e.
Total amperage capacity
f.
Are flooding alarm lights rigged with flasher-type units?
g.
Is all wiring connected to sensor indicator lights run below decks insofar as possible?
h
Is all wiring secured and protected from any chafing?
i
Is all topside wiring protected from weather damage?
j
Are flooding alarms rigged in all major compartments closest to the keel?
k.
Attach a list of below-waterline areas that do not have alarms Tanks and voids which can be flooded without
sounding an alarm should be identified and the decision not to install alarms justified.
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