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Cut the side of the drum halfway around, starting next to the welded seam and leaving 6 cm of metal on each side to form runners, except for the last 30 cm where it should be cut next to the edges of the drum. 5. (...) Fold the cut-out section back 17 to 20 cm from the end of the cut to form a double bottom . Weld it in place. 6. Butt the blade against the foot of the drum fold, with its sharpened edge directed forward. (...) Attach the hooks of the traction chain to the holes at the front of the drum. Drill and punch holes         Note : Punch holes for wire braces and chains on both sides of drum Operating the oil drum scraper 18.
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Score: 2218578.1 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/do...ng/General/x6708e/x6708e04.htm
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Cut the side of the drum halfway around, starting next to the welded seam and leaving 6 cm of metal on each side to form runners, except for the last 30 cm where it should be cut next to the edges of the drum. 5. (...) Fold the cut-out section back 17 to 20 cm from the end of the cut to form a double bottom . Weld it in place. 6. Butt the blade against the foot of the drum fold, with its sharpened edge directed forward. (...) Attach the hooks of the traction chain to the holes at the front of the drum. Drill and punch holes         Note : Punch holes for wire braces and chains on both sides of drum Operating the oil drum scraper 18.
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Score: 2218578.1 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...ng/General/x6708e/x6708e04.htm
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A single hammock Note: for additional information on building this kind of fish transport see a double hammock in section 14.1 para. 1. 14.4   Barrels and drums for live fish transport 1. (...) (b) Make the lid: get a piece of 1-cm thick plywood, preferably marine grade; cut a circle with a diameter 2 cm less than the drum top for the lid; in the middle of the lid, cut out an opening just large enough to contain the electrical agitator/aerator to be used as described in (d) below; somewhere to the side of this opening, drill a small hole just large enough to fit a piece of pipe, about 2 to 2.5 cm diameter and 10 cm long, which brings air into the drum. (c) Attach the lid: fasten the lid on the top of the drum with a strong hinge you can easily make yourself from square metal tubing, heavy belting or rubber; fix a strong metal piece on top of the lid, opposite the hinge, to support the closing bonnet spring described below; secure a strong bonnet spring (truck model) to the side of the drum, just below the support and at the right distance to ensure a tight fitting lid on the foam strip around the top of the drum.  
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Score: 2093787.9 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/do...ng/General/x6709e/x6709e14.htm
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A single hammock Note: for additional information on building this kind of fish transport see a double hammock in section 14.1 para. 1. 14.4   Barrels and drums for live fish transport 1. (...) (b) Make the lid: get a piece of 1-cm thick plywood, preferably marine grade; cut a circle with a diameter 2 cm less than the drum top for the lid; in the middle of the lid, cut out an opening just large enough to contain the electrical agitator/aerator to be used as described in (d) below; somewhere to the side of this opening, drill a small hole just large enough to fit a piece of pipe, about 2 to 2.5 cm diameter and 10 cm long, which brings air into the drum. (c) Attach the lid: fasten the lid on the top of the drum with a strong hinge you can easily make yourself from square metal tubing, heavy belting or rubber; fix a strong metal piece on top of the lid, opposite the hinge, to support the closing bonnet spring described below; secure a strong bonnet spring (truck model) to the side of the drum, just below the support and at the right distance to ensure a tight fitting lid on the foam strip around the top of the drum.  
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Score: 2093787.9 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...ng/General/x6709e/x6709e14.htm
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NEW TEST FOR DRUMS OF STEEL 1A1 AND 1A2, 1B1 AND 1B, 1N1 AND 1N2 / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM SPAIN
The attached photographs show that the pressure of the contained fluid is extended peripherically on the bottom and sides of the drum and consequently any defect of the seams or welding may cause a crack or fissure and produce leakage. (...) Immediately following the period of vibration, each drum must be removed from the platform, turned on its side and observed for any evidence of leakage. 5. Criteria for passing the test. A drum passes the vibration test if there is no rupture or leakage from any of the drum.
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Score: 1725567.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/1999/71&Lang=E
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Traditional use and availability of aquatic biodiversity in rice-based ecosystems of Kampong Thom, Cambodia Number Khmer name Khmer name English name Description tool 01 sÞÚc stouch small rod Small bamboo rod used with a single-hooked line. tool 02 bbk; bor bak large rod Large bamboo rod used with a single-hooked line. tool 03 bégá bongkay triple hooked line Line with three hooks and one bait to catch larger snakeheads. tool 04 snÞÚcrng santouch ronong multiple hooked line Long line to which short lines with a hook are tied at about 1 m intervalls. tool 05 c,Úk chhbok three pronged spear Spear with three tips, used also during night time with a flashlight. tool 06 sag sang multiple pronged spear Spear with many tips in a row. tool 07 kgVar kangwa eel rake Long-handled rake used to catch eels in muddy ground. tool 08 Qñagéd chhniang dai handled scoop basket Flat basket with two handles to catch fish in shallow water. tool 09 GRgt; angrot drop-catch basket Basket with a wide opening to throw over fish in shallow water. tool 10 RTU trou small drum trap Small cylindrical drum trap, often used at the outflow of a rice field. tool 11 lb loap large drum trap Large cylindrical drum trap, often used together with a bamboo fence in deeper water. tool 12 arrow-head fish trap Fishtrap made from bamboo mats in the shape of an arrow. tool 13 e):ag paong vertical vase trap Woven bamboo basket in the shape of a vase with an opening at the side. tool 14 lan; loan bamboo pole eel trap A length of bamboo pole, used to catch eels tool 15 sab sap mosquito net fish trap Fishtrap made from mosquito net. tool 16 m:g mong gill net Long net with variable mesh size, place along the sides of a rice field or a canal. tool 17 fñg thnong scoop net Mosquito net between two sticks, used like a spoon. tool 18 Qwb chap pushed net Net between two poles, pushed through the water. tool 19 Rby:ug proyong pulled seine net Large net, pulled from two sides through the water. tool 20 Qwb chap pulled mosquito net Mosquito net bag with two sticks that is pulled through the water. 1 of 2 tool01.pdf tool02.pdf tool03.pdf tool04.pdf tool05.pdf tool06.pdf tool07.pdf tool08.pdf tool09.pdf tool10.pdf tool11.pdf tool12.pdf tool13.pdf tool14.pdf tool15.pdf tool16.pdf tool17.pdf tool18.pdf tool19.pdf tool20.pdf ..
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Score: 1682424.2 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...odia/Techniques/techniques.pdf
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NOTE [TRANSMITTING REPORT ON THE 8TH IAEA ON-SITE INSPECTION IN IRAQ UNDER SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 687 (1991)]
Orlglnottng from Iraq - Al Qoim (2.2 tonnes urunlum content in 12 drums). On 7 Juty 1994, the Iraqi side deckred that a total of 464 tonnes of yellow ooke was produoed at Al Qoim. out of which 161 tonnes were processed In Al Jesira and the remalnlng 3 tonnes wera) rtofed at nkrit. (...) Materlal processed in Building 85 - Al Tuwaitha 1520 (compound weight] of UCI, were presented in 43 containers. 1850 kg of Gmrnonium diuranate (ADU] contained in 31 drums were presented The drums were emptied and the materiol placed in 1 I drums and four contolners wlth ADU scraps. (...) S/23283 English Page 35 d) The Iraqi side declared 1850 kg of ADU. All drums were emptied and the following material found: ADU :- 2.580 kg ADU scrap :- 148 kg UO scrap :- 58 kg U,d, :- 39 kg A written explanation of the discrepancies has been requested.
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Score: 1675804.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=S/23283&Lang=E
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UNICEF/Burundi/Fernandez A boy explores the digital drum in Centre Meo, Bujumbura. UNICEF/Burundi/Fernandez A girl uses a digital drum in Cibitoke, Bujumbura. (...) My work is to look for open-source teaching materials that will be aggregated in a platform and placed in these small computers. These digital drums enable everyone to go and study after their three hours of class. (...) UNICEF/Burundi/Fernandez Children crowd around a digital drum at Centre Meo, Bujumbura. A few days ago, our team installed the first computers in a pilot centre, located north of Bujumbura.
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Score: 1671905.9 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...s/innovating-education-burundi
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REPORT OF THE GROUP OF RAPPORTEURS ON ITS 8TH SESSION, 3-14 MARCH 1969 : COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS, GROUP OF RAPPORTEURS ON THE PACKING OF DANGEROUS GOODS
(See f i g s . 1, 24 and 28)" Delete i n the f i r s t l i n e "Double seam". T i t l e should road: "Closi.ires, bolted (drums)" Delete brackets i n the second l i n e and insert "or other suitable''' a f t e r " p l a s t i c s " . (...) Digitized by UNOG Library E/CN„2/G0Е.5/38 Annex 1 page 6 Cyl i n d r i c a l ,druni Demi-John (or straight side carboy) Double locked (or folded) and soldered body seam Double seam Double seamed chimb (or chim.e) Double seamed ends Double seamed joins Drum Drum-taper neck End j o i n t (pure aluiainium drum i n mild steel cage) Fibreboard ) Fibre ) fibreboard box Flanged body ) Flanged end ) Flanged l i n e r To be deleted. (...) T i t l e should read: "Closure, screw or bolt (removable head drum)" To be deleted. Hew ontr;^ t o read as follows: As applied to double seams, a i-esilient material such .a late x , synthetic rubber, polyethylene, etc., designed t make the seam l i q u i d - t i g h t , " Add at the end: "...; see also imder "Double seam"."
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Score: 1669646.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=E/CN.2/CONF.5/38&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SESSION HELD IN GENEVA FROM 15 TO 25 SEPTEMBER 1998 : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE, WORKING PARTY ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS, JOINT MEETING OF THE RID SAFETY COMMITTEE AND THE WORKING PARTY ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS
Every other remanufactured metal drum shall bear the markings in 6.1.3.1 (a) to (e) in a permanent form (e.g. embossed) on the top head or side. 6.1.3.2.3Metal drums made from materials (e.g. stainless steel) designed to be reused repeatedly may bear the markings indicated in 6.1.3.1 (f) and (g) in a permanent form (e.g. embossed). 6.1.3.2.4The marking in accordance with 6.1.3.1 is valid for only one design type or series of design types. (...) TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/74/Add.1 page 14 6.1.4.4 Plywood drums 1D 6.1.4.4.1 The wood used shall be well seasoned, commercially dry and free from any defect likely to lessen the effectiveness of the drum for the purpose intended. (...) TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/74/Add.1 page 15 6.1.4.6.3 The body and heads of the drum and their joins shall be of a design appropriate to the capacity of the drum and to its intended use. 6.1.4.6.4 The assembled packaging shall be sufficiently water resistant so as not to delaminate under normal conditions of transport. 6.1.4.6.5 Maximum capacity of drum: 450 litres 6.1.4.6.6 Maximum net mass: 400 kg. 6.1.4.7 Plastics drums and jerricans 1H1 drums, non-removable head 1H2 drums, removable head 3H1 jerricans, non-removable head 3H2 jerricans, removable head 6.1.4.7.1 The packaging shall be manufactured from suitable plastics material and be of adequate strength in relation to its capacity and intended use.
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Score: 1666780.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ANS/WP.15/AC.1/74/ADD.1&Lang=E
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