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Figure 14-10.-Forward hold of a ship. Figure 14-11.-After hold of a ship. USE OF DUNNAGE Dunnage is any type of material used to protect the ship   and   the   cargo. Generally,    roughfinished, low-grade lumber is used, but you can also use burlap, cardboard, heavy paper, and metal battens. The main function of dunnage is to make the cargo an  integral  part  of  the  ship  thereby  protecting  both  the ship and the cargo. Dunnage has the following specific uses: PREVENTS CHAFING—Dunnage prevents one article  from  robbing  against  another  as  illustrated  in figure  14-12. PREVENTS   MOVEMENT—Figure   14-12   also shows dunnage between the last two bombs. It fills space which, if left unfilled, would permit the bombs to shift. PROVIDES   SEPARATION   OF   CARGO— Material  such  as  burlap  or  heavy  paper  may  be effectively used to separate types of lots of material. 14-18

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