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Figure 13-16.—Drum-handling  equipment:  (A)  Sling;  (B)  Cradle  attachment;  (C)  Horizontal  carry  attachment;  (D)  Vertical  carry attachment. The tool used to tighten the strapping is capable of exerting  a  great  amount  of  force.  Therefore  you  must be careful not to crush the material. Metal or folded cardboard corners may be placed under the strapping to distribute the force over a wider area and help prevent damage to the cartons or their contents. DRUM-HANDLING   EQUIPMENT The drum-handling sling is a device for picking up drums or barrels. It was designed for shipboard loading, but may be used with a crane for any drum or barrel handling operation. The sling may be of the chain type (figure 13-16A), which is a series of chain loops and sliding hooks. It may also be of the frame type, which is a steel bar from which a series of sling hooks are suspended. Other drum-handling equipment in use includes several forklift truck attachments capable of handling filled  55-gallon  drums.  Four  such  attachments  are available.  The  first  consists  of  a  series  of  specially shaped and spaced forks that cradle the drums to be handled.   (See   figure   13-   16   B.)   Normally   this attachment is fabricated to handle three filled drums at one  time.  The  second  type  of  attachment,  which  is mounted on the regular truck forks, consists of side rails 13-7

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