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Zloc ammonium nitrite.. A light brown powder, active Yellow.

and hazardous.
Decomposes over temperature
range of 160° to 200° F., evolt-
ing undesirable orides of
nitrogen gas.
Can be ignited by external source

of flame, and burns rigorously.
Do not stow with combustible

materials.
Stow away from sources of

heat. Zinc peroxide.... A fine, white, practically odor. | Yellow....

less powder.
Rather active oridizing material.
Accelerates combustion of or-

ganic fraterials.
Insoluble in water.
Do not stow with combustible

materials, explosives,
acids (white label).
Keep cool and dry.

Or

Stowage:

"On deck protected."

“On deck under cover." Outside containers: Metal barrels or drums: (DOT-6A WIMC not less than

20 gauge not over 55 gal. cap. (DOT-6B, 6C) WIMC not

less than 20 gauge not over

110 gal. cap. Wooden boxes (DOT-15A,15B)

WIC, not over 150 lb. gr. wt. Stowage:

On deck protected."
"On deck under cover."
“Tween decks readily accessi-

ble." Outside containers: Metal barrels or drums: (DOT-6A, 6B, 6C) not over 56

gal. cap. (DOT-170, 17E, 178, 37A,

37B) STO, not over 55 gal.

cap. . Stowage:

On deck protected."
“On deck under cover."
“Tween decks readily accessi-

ble."
Outside containers:
Steel barrels or drums:

(DOT-6A) not over 56 gal. cap. (DOT-6B, 6C) not over 110 gal.

сар. . (DOT-170, 17E, 17H, 37A, 37B)

STO, not over 55 gal. cap. Wooden barrels or kegs: (DOT-10A, 10B, 10C) not over

50 gal. cap. (DOT-11A 11B) WIC, not

over 600 lb. net wt. Wooden boxes (DOT-16A, 18B,

160, 16A, 19A) WIC, not over 250 lb. gr. wt. Fiberboard boxes (DOT-12A,

12B) WIC, not over 65 lb. gr.

wt. Fiber drums (DOT-210) Bot

over 250 lb. gr. wt. Plywood drums: (DOT-22A) not over 220 lb. gr.

wt, (DOT-22B) WIMC, not ovar

220 lb. gr. wt. Stowage:

"On deck protected."

On deck under cover." Outside containers: Wooden barrels or kegs (DOT

10A, 10B) not over 50 gal. cap. Wooden boxes (DOT-15A, 15B,

160, 16A, 19A) with inside glase containers not exceeding 1 qt. cap. each, not over 250 Ib. gr. wt.

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(CGFR 66–65, 81 F.R. 16576, Dec. 10, 1966) (See bracket source citation to $ 146.22–100)

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Stowage:

"On deck under cover." “Tween decks readily accessible.” Outside containers: Steel barrels or drums: (DOT-6A) not over 55 gal. cap. (DOT-6B, 60) not over 110 gal.

cap. (DOT-170, 17E, 178, 37A,37B)

STO, not over 55 gal. cap. Wooden barrels or kegs: (DOT-10A, 10B, 100) not over

50 gal. cap. (DOT-11A, 11B)WIO, not over

600 lb. net wt. Wooden boxes (DOT-15A, 15B,

150, 16A, 19A) WIC, not over 250

Ib. gr. wt.
Fiberboard boxes (DOT-12A, 12B)

WIO, not over 65 lb. gr. wt.
Fiber drums (DOT-210) not over

250 lb. gr. wt. Plywood drums: (DOT-22A) not over 220 lb. gr.

wt. (DOT-22B) WIMO, at over 220

Ib. gr. wt.

Ferry stowage (AA).
Outside containers:
Steel barrels or drums:

(DOT-6A) not over 55 gal. cap.
(DOT-6B, 6C) not over 110 gal.

cap. (DOT-170, 17E, 178, 37A, 37B)

STO, not over 55 gal. cap. Wooden barrels or kegs: (DOT-10A, 10B, 100) not over

50 gal, cap. (DOT-11A, 11B) WIO, not over

600 lb. net wt. Wooden boxes (DOT-15A, 15B,

150, 16A, 19A) WIC, not over

250 lb. gr. wt. Fiberboard boxes (DOT-12A, 12B)

WIO, not over 65 lb. gr. wt. Fiber drums (DOT-21C) not over

250 lb. gr. wt. Plywood drums:

(DOT-22A) not over 220 lb. gr. (DOT-22B) WIMO, not over 220

Ib. gr. wt.

Ferry stowage (BB). Outside containers: Steel barrels or drums: (DOT-6A) not over 65 gal. cap. (DOT-6B, 60) not over 110 gal.

cap. (DOT-170, 17E, 1781, 37A, 37B)

STO, not over 65 gal. cap. Wooden barrels or kegs: (DOT-10A, 10B, 100) not over

50 gal. cap. (DOT-11A, 11B) WIC, not over

600 lb. net wt. Wooden boxes (DOT-15A, 15B,

150, 16A, 19A) WIC, not over 250 lb. gr. wt. Fiberboard boxes (DOT-12A, 12B)

WIC, not over 65 lb. gr. wt. Fiber drums (DOT-21C) not over

250 lb. gr. wt. Plywood drums:

(DOT-22A, not over 220 lb. gr.

wt.

(DOT-22B) WIMC, not over 220

Ib. gr. wt.

Not permitted..

Not permitted..

Not permitted.

Subpart 146.23-Detailed Regulations 146.23–13 Use of power-operated inGoverning Corrosive Liquids

dustrial trucks in spaces containing

corrosive liquids. & 146.23–1 Definitions of corrosive

(a) Any approved power-operated inliquids.

dustrial truck (see $ 146.09–15(b) of this Corrosive liquids are defined by the part) may be used in spaces in which DOT regulations as those acids, alka- corrosive liquids are stowed, including Une caustic Liquids, and other corrosive

the handling thereof, unless otherwise liquids which, when in contact with restricted by regulations in this part. living tissues, will cause severe damage

(CGFR 67–23, 32 F.R. 8150, June 7, 1967) of such tissues by chemical action; or in case of leakage, will materially damage § 146.23–15 Stowage of glass carboys. or destroy other freight by chemical ac- Glass carboys containing corrosive Uqtion, or are table to cause fire when in

uids, unless completely boxed, shall not contact with organic matter or with cer- be stowed more than two tiers high. The tain chemicals. Such definition is bind.

transportation of acids and other coring upon all shippers making shipments rosive Liquids in glass carboys on board of corrosive liquids by common carrier

barges is not subject to this provision. vessels engaged in interstate or foreign

The term "completely boxed carboys" commerce by water. This definition is

may include regularly boxed carboys accepted and adopted and forms part of

with neck protection extending to the the regulations in this subchapter apply

sides of the carboy box; or of crate coning to all shippers making shipments of

struction; either type to be of strength corrosive Liquids by any vessel, and shall

commensurate with the strength of the apply to owners, charterers, agents or

carboy box itself and to be sufficiently other persons transporting, carrying,

adequate to permit stacking one on top conveying, storing, stowing, or using cor

of the other. rosive liquids on board any vessel subject

(CGFR 52-41, 17 FR. 10348, Nov. 13, 1952) to R. S. 4472, as amended, and this subchapter.

$ 146.23-20

“On deck” stowage re(CGFR 52-41, 17 FR. 10348, Nov. 13, 1952)

quirements. 8 146.23—5 Stowage on board vessels.

(a) Acids, alkaline caustic liquids, and

other corrosive liquids permitted to be All corrosive liquids permitted for stowed “On deck" shall be so stowed transportation on board vessels shall, it that any leakage from a container will taken on board a vessel, be stowed in ac- drain away from other cargo and readily cordance with the provisions applying to reach an overboard scupper or freeing the particular character of vessel as port. Such drainage shall not be pershown in the tables forming $ 146.23–100 mitted to enter an enclosed drainage and with the detailed regulations for system other than a direct overboard stowage.

scupper. I such stowage is not possible (CGFR 52-41, 17 FR. 10348, Nov. 13, 1962)

to arrange, clean, hard, dry sand shall $ 146.23–10 General stowage require

be placed under and around the lower ments.

tier of containers to absorb any leakage. In the stowage of corrosive liquids, the

(b) Dunnage shall be provided on the following conditions shall be observed:

deck and otherwise and so arranged that (a) Corrosive liquids shall be stowed

any appreciable leakage will be apwell away from living quarters, food

parent. stuffs or cargo of an organic nature.

(c) Any leakage occurring shall be (b) Stowage shall be in such manner

washed down, using liberal quantities of that the containers may be readily ob

water. served.

(CGFR 62 41, 17 FR. 10348, Nov. 13, 1982) (c) Corrosive liquids shall not be & 146.23-25 Stowage of corrosive liquids stowed over any combustible substance with explosives and other dangerous even though such substance is not dan

articles. gerous by the regulations in this part. The stowage of corrosive Liquids with (CGFR 59–14, 24 PR. 6274, Juno 80, 1969) explosives and other dangerous articles

shall conform to the following conditions:

(a) Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed “Under deck" on & vessel carrying Class A or Class B explosives unless one complete hatch or the engine and boiler room spaces intervene, nor “On deck" on a vessel carrying Class A or Class B explosives unless the engine and boller room spaces or the bridge structural erection intervene.

(b) Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed in the same hold or compartment with Class C explosives.

(c) Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed in the same hold or compartment with inflammable liquids.

(d) Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed in the same hold or compartment with infiammable solids.

(e) Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed in the same hold or compartment with oxidizing materials.

(1) Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed adjacent to or over cylinders of compressed gases.

(g) Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed adjacent to or over containers of poisonous articles.

(h) Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed adjacent to or over containers of hazardous articles.

(1) Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed in the hold or compartment over one in which cotton is stowed unless the deck is of steel and the hatch is fitted with a tight coaming and the deck itself is tight against leakage. Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed over the square of the hatch.

(j) Corrosive liquids shall not be stowed in the same hold or compartment with radioactive materials. (CGFR 69-14, 24 F.R. 6274, June 30, 1959, as amended, CGFR 60-33, 25 FR. 6240, June 11, 1960; CGFR 68-142, 34 F.R. 2101, Feb. 12, 1969) § 146.23–30 Exemptions for corrosive

liquids. (a) Acids, alkaline caustic liquids and other corrosive liquids except those enumerated in paragraph (c) of this section, in inside bottles having a capacity not over 1 pound or 16 ounces by volume, each enclosed in a metal can, and packed in outside containers are exempt from specification packaging, marking other than name of contents, and labeling re

quirements unless otherwise provided by the regulations in this part.

(b) Such limited quantity shipments may be accepted on board all vessels subject to the regulations in this part provided the bill of lading or other shipping paper correctly describes the article in accordance with the true name as shown in the commodity Ust. Stowage shall be "On deck under cover" or “Tween decks" in a compartment not subject to artificial heat.

(c) The provisions of paragraph (a) of this section do not extend to shipments of the following acids, alkaline caustic liquids, and other corrosive Liquids: Acid sludge. Allyl chloroformato. Amyl trichlorosllane. Antimony pentafluorldo. Benzyl bromide. Benzyl chloroformato. Boron trichloride. Bromine. Bromine pentafluoride. Bromine trifluoride. Bromotoluene, alpha. Butyl trichlorosilane. Choracetyl chloride. Chlorine triduoride. Chromyl chloride. Diethyl dichlorosilane. Diduorophosphoric acid, anhydrous. Dimethyl sullate. Diphenyl dichlorosllano. Electrolyte or alkaline corroAVO battory

fluid packed with storage batteries, battery chargers, or radio current supply devicos. Ethyl chloroformate. Ethyl phenyldichlorosilane. Fluosulfonic acid. Hexafluorophosphoric acid. Hexyl trichlorosilane. Hydrazine, anhydrous. Hydrazine solution containing 50 porcont or

less of water. Hydrofluoric acid, anhydrous. Hydrofluoric and sulfuric acids, mixtures. Hydrogen peroxide over 52 percent strength

by weight. Hypochlorite solution containing more than

7 percent availablo chlorine by woight. Iodine monochloride. Isopropyl percarbonate, stabilized. Less-than-carload and less-than-truckload

shipments of wet electric storage batteries. Methyl chloroformate. Monofluorophosphoric acid, anhydrous. Nitrating (mixed) acid. Nitric acid. Nitrohydrochloric acid. Nitrohydrochloric acid diluted.

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Stowage:

"On deck protected." On deck under cover.' Outside containers: Carboys, boxed, glass, earthen

ware, clay, or stone (DOT

1A), not over 13 gal. cap. Carboys, boxed, glass (DOT

ID), not over 642 gal. cap. Carboys in kegs, glass, earthen

ware, clay or stone (DOT

1C), not over 13 gal. cap. Carboys_in plywood drums,

glass (DOT-1E), not over 7

gal. cap. Carboys, boxed, glass, eartben.

ware, clay or stone (DOT-1X) STO, for export only, not over

6 gal. cap: Steel barrels or drums (DOT

5A, 5B) not over 110 gal. cap. (DOT-170) STO not over 55

gal. cap. Nickel drums (DOT-5K), not

over 110 gal. cap. Wooden barrels or kegs (DOT

11A, 11B) WIC, not over 200

lb. net wt. Wooden boxes (DOT-15A, 16B,

16C, 16A, 19A) WIC, not over

200 lb. gr. wt Portable tanks (DOT-60), not

over 8,000 lb. gr. wt. Tank cars complying with DOT

regulations (trainships only). Motor vehicle tank trucks com

plying with DOT regulations (trailerships and trainships only).

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