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b'Beyond lift planning, we may provide special erection procedures for a very tight area, or From the outside of a U.S. petrochemical plant, a consult on a special procedure thats Mammoet-owned 750-ton Manitowoc 18000 gets some not in the normal operations manual, help from an Imperial Crane-owned AT, .'

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b'These sources may include: a) engine noise from the machine lifting the trailers/containers, b) hostler/spotter truck engine noise, c) metal-to-metal noise generated when the container or trailer is grasped, d) metal-to-metal noise when trucks connect to a trailer, and e) impact noise when the trailer is .'

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b'8.3.4.2 Long bridge spans (a) For individual simple bridge spans of 300 ft or greater, rail expansion joints shall preferably be installed at or near the expansion end of the span, as specified by the engineer or, alternatively, rail expansion joints installed as specified in Art. 8.3.4.4.'