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Ammonia...

Dichlorodifluoromethane.
Vapors dery much heavier than air.
Non-poisonous. Non-infiammable.
Excessive quantities in an enclosed

8pace may cause suffocation.
Odorless.
Decomposes when passed through

flames evolving hydrochloric and
hydrofluoric acid fumes which are

toric.
Pressure about 180 lbs. at 180° F.
Accept in ICC cylinders only.
Dichlorotetrafluoroethane..
Vapors very much heavier than air.
Non-poisonous. Non-inflammable.
Excessive quantities in an enclosed

8pace may cause suffocation.
Odorless.
Decomposes when passed through

flames evolving hydrochloric and
hydrofluoric acid fumes which are

toric.
Pressure about 12.8 lbs. at 70° F.
Pressure about 67 18. at 180° F.
Accept in ICC cylinders only.
Dichloromonofluoromethane
Practically non-inflammable.
Vapors very much heavier than air.
Toric in concentrations above 2.5%

upon exposure for more than 2

hours. Odorless. Decomposes when passed through

flames evolving hydrochloric and
hydrofluoric acid fumes which are

toric.
Pressure about 8.5 lbs. at 70° F.
Pressure about 50 lbs. at 130° F.
Accept in ICC cylinders only.
Trichloromonofluoromethane
Non-inflammable.
Vapors very much heavier than air.
Ercessive quantities in an enclosed

space may cause suffocation.
Odorless.
Decomposes when passed through

flames evolving hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acid fumes which are

toric. Pressure minus 1-3 lbs. gauge at

70° F.
Pressure about 24 18, at 150° F.
Acerpt in ICC 5A Drums only.

Trichlorotrifluoroethane....
Non-inflammable.
Vapors very much heavier than air.
Excessive quantities in an enclosed

space may cause suffocation.
Odorless.
Decomposes.
Pressure minus 8 16. gage at 80° F.
Pressure about 4 16. at 150° F.

Accept in ICC 5A Drums only. Refrigerants, unclassified: For characteristics and hazards

Carbon dioxide, solid see "Carbon dioxide, solid (dry (dry ice).

ice, carbonice)" in $ 146.27-100, Table K. When used as a refrigerant, to be limited to wellventilated spaces on or above weather deck. Warning sign at entrance to spaces in which stowed shall be "Warning-CO, Solid (Dry Ice)."

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Method of stowage: Carbon dioxide, Method of stowage: Carbon dioxide,

solid (dry ice) when used as a re- solid (dry ice) when used as a refrigerant shall be kept in a well- frigerant shall be kept in a wellventilated place where gas cannot ventilated place where gas cannot arcumulate and shall be kept away accumulate and shall be kept away from open ventilation and direct from open ventilation and direct openings. Appropriate warning openings. Appropriate warning sign at the entrances to the spaces sign at the entrances to the spaces in which stowed shall be used. in which stowed shall be used.

Method of stowage: Carbon dioxide,

solid (dry ice) when used as a refrigerant shall be kept in & wellventilated place where gas cannot accumulate and shall be kept away from open ventilation and direct openings. Appropriate warning sign at the entrances to the spaces in which stowed shall be used.

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Ships' signal and emer

gency equipment. Cartridges for line throw. A metallic case containing No label required.. Stowage: Within the box containing appliances primer and powder in one

ing the line throwing appliance unit and discharged by per

and its equipment, and stowed cussion

at the discretion of the master. The hazard of such cartridges is

nil.

Protect from fire. Distress signal rockets.. Rockets or shells throwing No label required. Stowage: Vessel's portable maggstars of any color or descrip

zine chest. tion, Parachute flare distress Approved parachute flare dis- No label required. Stowage: In place in the emersignal cartridges. tress signals with a means

gency and motor lifeboats. Adof projecting them, both

ditional flares may be stowed in contained in a portable

a location discretionary with the watertight case.

master. Powder charges for line Powder charges used in pro No label required. Stowage: Vessel's portable magathrowing appliance pelling lifeline, consisting of

zine chest. (mounted-type gun). not more than 5 ounces of

Container: Metal cans having powder enclosed in a fabric

watertight top closing means. bag. Self-igniting pilot lights A flare signal light used for sig. No label required. Stowage: Vessel's portable maga(blue flares). naling for a pilot.

zine chest.? Signals, distress.

Distress signals furnished as No label required. Stowage: In place within the life(Combination flare and equipment in vifeboats, life

boat or life raft or buoyant appa smoke.) rafts and in pilothouse or

ratus. Additional lights may be (Distress lights. navigating bridge.

stowed in the pilothouse or navi. (Red flares.)

gating bridge. Smoke signals.)

Container: The container shall be

constructed in accordance with specification requirements of the Commandant of the Coast

Guard. Water lights...

A cylinder constructed in No label required. Stowage: In place attached to ring (Ring buoy flares.) accordance with the reg

buoys, life rafts, and buoyant ap(Life raft fiares.)

ulations ol the
Com-

paratus as required by Commanmandant of the Coast

dant of the Coast Guard. Spares Guard, loaded with a com

shall be stowed in vessel's portposition of calcium carbide

able magazine chest. and calcium phosphide de

Containers: Cylinders built to signed to produce a brilliant

specifications of, and approved light, without explosion,

by Commandant of the Coast when in contact with water.

Guard. Starting fluid, inflam- Used for starting engines - No label required.. Stowage: In metal locker selected mable, in metal con- Flashpoint usually below 0° F.

and supervised by the chief engi. tainers. Not per. Must be packaged in metal

neer, with the knowledge and mitted in gelatin containers that will not rup

approval of the master. capsules.

ture when exposed to tem

peratures of 200° F. or below. Protect from excessive tem

perature.

1 Container: A watertight metal case constructed of copper of not less than No. 22 B. W. G. thickness, seams lock Jointed and soldered. The cover or top may be of cast brass not less than 18" thickness, or of reinforced copper, and shall have a fitted gasket together with threaded means, clamps or dogs to provide a W. T. seal (Bayonet type closing means not permitted). The cover shall be easily removable without recourse to tools. The case shall have a capacity of not less than 6 rockets.

ARMING OF U. S. MERCHANT CARGO VESSELS

NOTE: Order 167, Nov. 17, 1940, 6 F. R. 5881, reads as follows: Armed merchant passengercarrying vessels of the United States shall be exempt from the application of the provisions of subsection (4) of R. S. 4472, as amended; to the extent that such vessels may accept, transport, carry, convey, store, stow, or use on board such high explosives as are necessary for such armament when said high ex

plosives are accepted, transported, carried, conveyed, stored, stowed, or used in accordance with the provisions of $$ 147.06–2 to 147.06–5, inclusive, of the regulations governing explosives or other dangerous articles on board vessels.

§ 147.06–1 Authorization. Armed cargo vessels of the United States may accept, transport, carry, convey, store, stow or use such high explosives as are and supplies of a dangerous nature

Required conditions for transportation-Continued

Passenger vessel

Ferry vessel, passenger or vehicle

R. R. car lerry, passenger or vehicle

Stowage: Within the bus containing Not carried as emergency equip. Not carried as emergency equipment the line throwing appliance and its ment on ferry vessels

on car ferries. equipment, and stowed at the discretion of the master.

Stowage: Vessel's portable magazine Not carried as emergency equip- Not carried as emergency equipment chest.1 ment on ferry vessels.

on car serries. Stowage: In place in the emergency Not carried as emergency equip. Not carried as emergency equip and motor lifeboats. Additional ment on ferry vessels.

ment on ferry vessels. flares may be stowed in a location

discretionary with the master. Stowage: Vessel's portable magazine Not carried as emergency equipment Not carried as emergency equipment chest. on ferry vessels.

on car ferries, Container: Metal cans having water

tight top closing means. Stowage: Vessel's portable magazine Not carried as emergency equipment Not carried as emergency equipment chest.

on ferry vessels.

on car ferries. Stowage: In place within the lifeboat Not carried as emergency equipment Stowage: In place within the lifeor life raft or buoyant apparatus. on ferry vessels.

boat, life raft and pilothouse. Additional lights may be stowed

Container: The container shall be in the pilothouse or navigating

constructed in accordance with bridge.

specification requirements of the Container: The container shall be

Commandant of the Coast Guard. constructed in accordance with specification requirements of the

Commandant of the Coast Guard:
Stowage: In place attached to ring Stowage: In place attached to ring Stowage: In place attached to ring

buoys, life rafts, and buoyant ap- buoys, life rafts, as required by buoys, life rafts, as required by paratus as required by Comman. Commandant of the Coast Guard. Commandant of the Coast Guard. dant of the Coast Guard. Spares Spares shall be stowed in vessel's Spares shall be stowed in vessel's shall be stowed in vessel's portable portable magazine chest.

portable magazine chest. magazine chest. Containers: Cylinders built to spec- Containers: Cylinders built to spec- Containers: Cylinders built to specifications of, and approved by ifications of, and approved by ifications of, and approved by

Commandant of the Coast Guard. Commandant of the Coast Guard. Commandant of the Coast Guard. Stowage: In metal locker selected Stowage: In metal locker selected Stowage: In metal locker selected

and supervised by the chief engi- and supervised by the chief engi. and supervised by the chief engineer, with the knowledge and ap- neer, with the knowledge and ap- neer, with the knowledge and approval of the master. proval of the master.

proval of the master.

· Containers: The container shall be constructed of 18-ounce, or No. 22 B. W. G. copper, or equal noncorrodible metal, lock-jointed and soldered, the bottom to be rolled in and soldered. The cover or top of cast brass not less than 16-inch in thickness and 5 inches in diameter shall be so constructed as to be easily removed, and made watertight by a fitted rubber gasket. (Order 74, 6 F. R. 516, Jan. 11, 1941; CGFR 47–35, 12 F. R. 4184, June 27, 1947; 12 F. R. 4349, July 3, 1947, as amended by Order 103, 6 F. R. 1897, Apr. 11, 1941; CGFR 50–30, 16 F. R. 1085, Feb. 6, 1951; CGFR 52-8, 17 F. R. 6549, July 17, 1952; CGFR 52–16, 19 F. R. 4935, Aug. 6, 1954; CGFR 57-33, 22 F. R. 8721, Oct. 29, 1957)

necesssary for such armament when said
high explosives are accepted, trans-
ported, carried, conveyed, stored, stowed
or used in accordance with the provisions
of 88 147.06–2 to 147.06-5.
(Order 168, 6 F. R. 5882, Nov. 19, 1941]

§ 147.06–2 Storage of high explosives. Magazines shall be provided on board the vessel for the storage of high explosive

ammunition (either fixed or separate loaded). Magazines may be located in an upper tween deck or a shelter deck cargo space, or in any other compartment below the weather deck, and adjacent to the gun mount, provided such magazines are not located over, under or adjacent to passenger spaces. The maximum separation possible shall be maintained between any magazine and any

space allotted to the use of passengers or crew. Magazines shall not be constructed in bearing with the collision bulkhead nor with a bulkhead forming a boiler room, engine room, coal bunker or galley boundary. If it is necessary to construct such magazines in proximity to these bulkheads, a cofferdam space of at least 4 feet shall be provided between the bulkhead and the magazine side. Consistent with the above restrictions magazines shall be constructed in locations selected by the Navy Department. A “ready” supply of shells may be stowed in “ready boxes” on deck adjacent to the gun mount. These "ready boxes” shall be as provided by, or constructed to a design furnished by, the Bureau of Ships, Navy Department. [Order 168, 6 F. R. 5882, Nov. 19, 1941]

$ 147.06–3 Storage of small-arms ammunition. Small-arms ammunition having all the component parts necessary for one firing, all in one assembly, may

be stowed in boxes or lockers in a location adjacent to the gun mounts, such location to be selected by the Navy Department. Boxes or lockers for the stowage of small-arms ammunition shall be as provided by, or constructed to a design furnished by, the Bureau of Ships, Navy Department. (Order 168, 6 F. R. 5882, Nov. 19, 1941)

$ 147.06–4 Care of ammunition. The loading, stowage, handling and use of all ammunition intended for the guns mounted on the vessel shall be under the control of the commander of the armed guard or other representative of the Navy Department. [Order 168, 6 F. R. 5882, Nov. 19, 1941)

147.06-5 Construction of magazines. Magazines shall be constructed in accordance with specifications furnished by or approved by, the Bureau of Ships, Navy Department. Order 168, 6 F. R. 5882, Nov. 19, 1941)

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