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wheel   conveyor.   The   second   is   the   portable power-driven   belt   conveyor. The gravity-type roller or wheel conveyor can be installed with one end lower than the other to take  advantage  of  gravity  or  it  can  be  installed level  and  the  load  pushed  along  manually.  Several sections can be put together and developed into a continuous system for movement of material on the   ship   during   underway   replenishment   or vertical replenishment. The conveyor can also be used  on  piers,  in  storerooms,  or  wherever  a  steady flow  of  supplies  is  desired. The power-driven belt conveyor consists of an endless  belt  mounted  on  a  frame  and  driven  by a  pulley  connected  to  a  drive  motor.  The  belt travels over a series of rollers or a sliding bed. The belt conveyor can be used to transport materials over a fixed path of travel up inclines of as much as 25 degrees. Ladder Chute The ladder chute shown in figure 4-8 provides a rapid means of conveying packages downward. The principal application is aboard ship where a need  exists  to  strike  down  stores. MANUAL   HANDLING As   we   mentioned   earlier,   a   great   deal   of material   handling   is   done   manually.   It   is important   that   you   understand   how   to   lift correctly   because   many   times   personnel   in working  parties  and  other  material  handlers  do not  think  about  how  they  lift  or  handle  materials. The  results  of  improper  handling  of  materials  may be a painful hernia, a strained or pulled muscle, or  a  disk  lesion.  The  correct  method  of  lifting objects is shown in figure 4-9. You should observe the  following  rules  and  precautions  for  lifting: 1. Do NOT lift an object if it is too heavy or too   bulky   for   good   balance.   Get   help   or   use mechanical  aids  such  as  a  dolly  or  hand  truck. 2.  Keep  the  load  close  to  the  center  of  your body.  The  farther  the  load  is  from  the  small  of your  back,  the  greater  the  strain.  That  is  the reason a heavy compact load is easier to lift than a  bulky  lighter  load—you  just  cannot  get  the Figure  4-8.—Stores strike-down chute. 4-10

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