Guide School - Basic Commercial Raft Rigging Quiz This form is used to gauge the student's basic understanding of basic raft rigging for commercial rafting trips. Name* First Last Email* Inflating your raft: Pumps come in several shapes and sizes. Two common types are "high pressure, low volume" and "low pressure, high volume". Which do we use for rafting? Why do we use that type? What would happen if we used the wrong type?*Parts of a raft: Describe the purpose or function of following parts: chamber, baffle, thwart.*Parts of a raft include chambers, floors, baffles, thwarts, floor webbing, handles, D-rings, perimeter lines, bowlines, and valves. Inflating your raft: You're rigging for a single-boat trip today. It's just you. You arrive at the boathouse and see the rafts were (properly) deflated the day before. Describe the sequence for inflating your raft. You got this!*Describe of 4-6 key steps and sequences to demonstrate your knowledge of inflating a raft.Rafts can burst for a number of reasons. The repairs are expensive, if not fatal for the raft. Demonstrate your knowledge by listing 4 things that that can cause a raft to burst and steps to mitigate each cause.*Some things are human-error related, some are environmental related. Don't list the obvious "sharp rocks", fish hooks.What is the purpose of a "Cross thwart strap" and how do you rig one? What can go wrong with a cross thwart strap and how to you minimize this risk?*What is included in the Sweep Kit?* Dust pan and whisk broom Extra PFD, extra paddle, extra helmet, extra rope, extra straps Extra PFD, patch kit, first aid kit, extra pump Extra beer, extra speakers, extra cookies, extra cooler Do you have any questions on basic raft rigging that the instructor(s) can address tomorrow?*EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.