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STRUCTURAL
Imhoff and Septic Tanks-Continued
n Note the existence and location of any septic sewage or accumulation of
solids in the system:
n Look for sand, mud or grit in the system:
n Note and immediately report the presence of noxious or explosive gas:
n Structural cracks:
n Look for signs of no/inadequate drainage from leach fields:
5.2.18 Interior wall: Check for:
n Bulges:
n Water intrusion of exterior walls:
n Separation of wall and floor:
5.2.19 Paint: Check paint condition of the following:
n
Exterior walls:
n
Interior walls:
n
Floors:
n
Doors:
n
Windows:
n
Fences:
n
All other painted surfaces:
5.2.20 Railroad Trackage: Comply with all current safety precautions. Refer to
NAVFAC MO-103 for additional information. This guide is not intended to be a com-
plete inspection procedure. Inspectors should refer to NAVFACINST 11230.1(Series)
for more complete inspection guidance. Check for:
n  Tracks: Examine closely where track passes from earth fill to bridges or
trestles. (Standard gage is 4' 8-1/2" which is increased on sharp curves.
Maximum gage is 4' 9-3/4" and minimum gage is 4' 8":
Vertical and horizontal misalignment caused by heaving
sinking
churning
inadequate expansion
particularly during hot weather
rough spots (ask train crews)
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