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temperature rapidly and return them to a liquid state where they reenter the wash cycle. DIVISIONAL  LAUNDRY  BAGS—Large nylon  bags  used  for  pickup  and  delivery  of divisional  laundry  and  other  bulk  lots. DIVISIONAL   LAUNDRY   PETTY   OFFI- CER—Petty officers assigned by their respective divisions  whom  the  laundry  supervisor  can  contact for delivery or pickup of bulk divisional laundry or  for  resolving  any  other  problems  concerning the laundry. DIVISIONAL  SCHEDULE—A  system  of scheduling  appointments  in  the  barbershop  where a  definite  number  of  hours  are  set  aside  for personnel  in  a  particular  division  to  receive haircuts. DRAWSTRING—Device  used  to  tighten  the press  cover  onto  the  buck  of  the  laundry  press. DRUM  CONTROL  DISK—  A  disk  that  the program chart is attached to on the inside of the programmer.   The   drum   control   disk   can   be operated  automatically  or  you  can  turn  it manually  to  set  it  on  a  particular  operation  on the  program  chart. DRY  BULB  THERMOMETER—A  mercury- in-glass  or  alcohol-in-glass  thermometer  whose bulb  is  kept  dry  and  shielded  from  radiation;  used to  record  temperatures  in  the  ship’s  laundry. DRY   CLEANING—The   process   of   im- mersing   soiled   and   stained   garments   in   dry- cleaning  solvent  to  clean  them. DRY-CLEANING   STANDARDS—The amount  of  dry-cleaning  work  that  the  dry-cleaning activity can normally be expected to accomplish in  a  given  period  of  time. DRY-CLEANING   TAGS—Premarked   tags that come with the dry-cleaning list used to tag each  article  contained  in  an  individual  lot. DRY-CLEANING  WORK  LOG—A  written record  used  to  log  dry-cleaning  articles  in  and out. DUNNAGE—Material   such   as   lumber   or burlap   used   in   storing   material   to   provide protection  to  both  the  material  and  the  ship. DUTY   SUPPLY   OFFICER—An   officer   or senior   petty   officer   representing   the   supply department  after  normal  working  hours. EQUIPMENT   CAPABILITIES—The   output capabilities  of  a  piece  of  equipment  in  a  given period of time based on equipment capacity and time  required  to  complete  a  cycle. EQUIPMENT   MAINTENANCE   LOG—A log used to record historical repair data on each piece  of  laundry  equipment. EXHAUST DUCT—A rectangular or circular enclosure where air is sucked through by a large fan motor and discharged to the outer part of the ship. EXHAUST   FAN—Fan   used   to   remove   air from  the  basket  of  the  tumbler  dryer  and  force it  out  through  the  exhaust  duct. EXPENDITURE—Removal   of   stock   from the  accountability  of  a  ship’s  store  officer. E X P E N D I T U R E     D O C U M E N T — A n y document that is assigned an expenditure serial number. EXTRACT  MOTOR—Motor  on  the  washer extractor  that  spins  the  cylinder  around  during extract. FEATHER  OUT—A  spotting  term  referring to  the  process  of  gradually  dispersing  moisture from the center of the stain outward to prevent leaving water circles or sizing rings. FEED   RIBBON   DRIVE   ROLL—A   device that turns the feed ribbons on the flatwork ironer. FEED  RIBBONS—Devices  used  to  feed flatwork  into  the  flatwork  ironer. FINGER  GUARD—Safety  device  on  the flatwork  ironer  that  prevents  the  hands  of  the operator from getting near the padded pressure rolls. FINGERS—Devices  located  on  the  washer extractor inside the programmer. They energize the  various  functions  of  the  washer  extractor during  the  automatic  mode.  This  is  done  when the fingers fall into the grooves that were cut out on the program chart. Once the finger does this AI-4

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