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Title 46Chapter ISubchapter FPart 50Subpart 50.10 → §50.10-25

Title 46: Shipping
Subpart 50.10—Definition of Terms Used in This Subchapter

§50.10-25   Coast Guard Symbol.

(a) The term Coast Guard Symbol means that impression stamped on the nameplates of boilers, pressure vessels, and safety valves by a marine inspector upon the satisfactory completion of the tests and inspection of the product. It may also be used by a marine inspector to identify workmanship test plates and welding samples.

(b) The impression of the Coast Guard Symbol for stamping nameplates and specimens is shown in Figure 50.10-25(b).

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Figure 50.10-25(b)—Coast Guard Symbol

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