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74 Part 4: FWD Equipment Calibration Question 12: Does your agency require calibration of FWD equipment? FIGURE B5 Survey response to Question 12: "Does your agency require calibration of FWD equipment?" Question 13: If yes, how often do you perform relative calibrations? FIGURE B6 Survey response to Question 13: "If yes, how often do you perform relative calibrations?"

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75 Question 14: If yes, how often do you perform reference calibrations? FIGURE B7 Survey response to Question 14: "If yes, how often do you perform reference calibrations?" Question 15: Whose procedure do you follow to perform a relative calibration? (If you choose other, please specify your procedure--including load magnitudes and repetitions--in the space below or provide a copy to fwdsurvey@ste-group.com.) FIGURE B8 Survey response to Question 15: "Whose procedure do you follow to perform a relative calibration?" (If you choose other, please specify your procedure--including load magnitudes and repetitions--in the space below, or provide a copy to fwdsurvey@ste-group.com.)

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76 Question 16: What surface do you use to conduct a periodic relative calibration test? FIGURE B9 Survey response to Question 16: "What surface do you use to conduct a periodic relative calibration test?" Question 17: Where do you have your reference calibrations done (organization name, city, and state)? FIGURE B10 Survey response to Question 17, organized by facility name and location: "Where do you have your reference calibrations done?" (Organization name, city, and state)

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77 FIGURE B11 Survey response to Question 17, organized by facility operator: "Where do you have your reference calibrations done?" (Organization name, city, and state) Question 18: If your agency does require calibration, how far must the equipment typically travel? FIGURE B12 Survey response to Question 18, reference calibrations: "If your agency does require calibration, how far must the equipment typically travel?"

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78 FIGURE B13 Survey response to Question 18, relative calibrations: "If your agency does require calibration, how far must the equipment typically travel?" Question 19: If your agency does require calibration, what is the approximate cost per calibration session, including total labor, materials, travel, and incidental expenses? FIGURE B14 Survey response to Question 19, relative calibrations: "If your agency does require calibration, what is the approximate cost per calibration session, including total labor, materials, travel, and incidental expenses?"

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79 FIGURE B15 Survey response to Question 19, reference calibrations: "If your agency does require calibration, what is the approximate cost per calibration session, including total labor, materials, travel, and incidental expenses?" Question 20: Would your agency favor additional calibration centers? FIGURE B16 Survey response to Question 20: "Would your agency favor additional calibration centers?"