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2003 SPECIFICATIONS

SECTION 121

  • 2.

    Check to assure usage of the correct bolt bushing.

  • 3.

    Check to be sure that the bolt, washer and nut are all of hardened material.

  • 4.

    Be sure to stop the impact wrench while reading the tensiometer.

  • 5.

    Use only bolts, nuts and washers that are completely dry.

  • 6.

    Always lubricate the bolt and nut.

With proper care and attention to operating procedures, the tensiometers will continue to provide reliable information.

(f) Miscellaneous Equipment. It is the Resident Engineer's responsibility to see that speedy moisture testers are maintained in working condition and accuracy verified

annually by Materials responsible for checking

Division personnel.

In addition, the

the calibration

of Laboratory Equipment

Resident Engineer is in accordance with the

Quality Manual. materials testing

With the exception equipment is assigned

of to

Nuclear gauges the District. It

responsibility to take care of this worn out, it should be returned

equipment. As equipment to Materials Division for

and rolling straightedges, is the Resident Engineer's becomes inaccurate and/or repair. Arrangements for

replacement should be made with the returned to Equipment and Procurement

Materials Division, with Division for disposal..

old

equipment

being

120.06 Care of Engineering Equipment. In general, all engineering equipment should be treated with care to avoid loss or damage to the equipment. Loss or damage due to negligence can result in the individual responsible being required to pay for the replacement or repair.

SECTION 121 OFFICE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT

121.01 General.

Office furniture and equipment is obtained by completing a

"Request for Movement of Manual amplifies the policy distribution of Form 19-118.

Property", Form 19-118. and procedures connected

Section 40 of the Accounting with the preparation, usage, and

121.02 Inventory. District Office personnel will perform a physical inventory or furnish the Resident Engineer with a consigned list of furniture and equipment annually. This consigned list shall be checked against the furniture and equipment on hand and one signed copy shall be returned to the District Office.

121.03 Repair of Office Machines.

The Resident Engineer should obtain an

estimate

for

the

cost

of

office

machine

repairs,

preferably

from

the

local

manufacturer's

representative,

if

one

is

located

in

the

area.

(If

no

local

repair

sources

are

available,

the

machine

should

be

brought

to

the

Equipment

and

Procurement

Division

in

the

Central

Office. They will obtain the repair cost estimate.) should be contacted to determine the advisability of machine, inventory value, etc.

In addition, the District Engineer repair based upon the age of the

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