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HAZMAT CONTAINERS

HAZMAT TECH I CONTAINERS CBOLC

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Refrigerated liquids -130 degrees F Materials: Argon, ethylene, hydrogen, nitrogen, & oxygen Hazard Class: 2.2 PSI: 25 or less Tank w/in a tank, vacuum jacketing system Fittings, pressure relief and venting are in ground-level cabinets CRYOGENIC LIQUID TANK CARS
Classes: 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 & 9. Pressure: 60-100. Capacity: 4,000-45,000 gallons. Cylindrical w/ round ends. Fitting and valves visible on top NON-PRESSURE TANK CARS
Classes: 4, 5, 6, 8, & 9 Rounded sides & ends, w/ 2+ sloping sided bays on bottom. PSI: 20-80 Safety relief devices set at 75% of tank test pressure PNEUMATICALLY UNLOADED HOPPER CARS
Classes 2 & 3 PSI: 100-600 Capacity: 4,000-45,000 Cylindrical tank w/ rounded ends Fittings and valves enclosed in dome PRESSURE TANK CARS
Non-Pressure Classes: 3, 4, 5, 6 & 8 Acetone, alcohols, benzene, gasoline, liquid fertilizers, and corrosive liquids PSI: 25.4-100 closures at top of container IM-101 PORTABLE TANK
Non-Pressure Classes: 3, 6, and 8 More often transport non-regulated materials, i.e. food commodities PSI: 14.5-25.4 Flammables w/ flash points between 32-140 F* Closures at top of container IM-102
Class 2 & 3 LPG, anydrous ammonia, bromine, sodium and aluminum alkyds. PSI 100-500 up to 5,500 gallons closures at top/end of container protective housing PRESSURE INTERMODAL TANKS
Specialized. Used for refrigerated liquid gases; liquid argon, liquid helium, liquid nitrogen, LOX Class 2 25 PSI or less Tank w/in a tank CRYOGENIC INTERMODAL TANKS - IMO TYPE 7
Pressurized non-liquefied gases such as helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Class 2 High pressure cylinders, 9 - 48 inches in diameter Tested 3000-5000 PSI Cascade type valve system TUBE MODULE
"Hopper"- Pneumatically unloaded Class 5.1, 8 & 9 Bulk solid materials: fertilizers, cement, grain, dry caustic soda Up to 1,500 cubic feet V-shaped hulls Static charges are common hazard DRY BULK CARGO TANKS
Class 3 such as petroleum products; gasoline 7,500-10,000 gallons Elecpitcal cross section 3-5 PSI NON-PRESSURE LIQUID CARGO TANKS - 406
Class 3, 6.1 and 8 flammable and combustible liquids, poisons PSI 18-40 5,000-7,000 gallons insulated tank looks horse-shoe shaped non-inulated round with ribs showing LOW PRESSURE LIQUID CARGO TANKS 407
Transports Class 8 such as nitric and sulfuric acid 5,000-6,000 gallons circular cross section, overturn and splash protection at dome cover/valve location. Often coated with black tar like material. 35-50 PSI CORROSIVE LIQUID CARGO TANKS 412
trasports classes 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3 such as LP, and anhydrous ammonia 2,500 (bobtail) - 11,500 gallons. 100-500 PSI circular cross sections with rounded ends Fittings, valves, and safety relief valves protected against damage caused by collision, etc.. HIGH PRESSURE CARGO TANKS 331
Transports class 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 such as helium, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen. PSI 3,000-5,000 Cascade valve system at rear of tank COMPRESSED GAS - TUBE TRAILER TANKS
Transports class 2.2, such as liquid argon, ethylene, hydrogen, and nitrogen, materials that will boil at -130 degree F or higher. 5,000-14,000 gallons. Tank in a tank design. Fittings in a cabinet at end of container. CRYOGENIC LIQUID CARGO TANKS 338
Provides specifications for fixed containers designed to store flammable and combustible liquids. NFPA 30, FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS CODE
Tank w/ vertical cylindrical walls, supporting a fixed inverted cone roof. .5 PSI or less. Seam designed to fail in case of fire or explosion CONE ROOF TANK
Stores flammable and combustible liquids. Wind girder around top of tank shell. Ladder on roof. Roof floats on liquid surface. OPEN FLOATING ROOF TANK
Stores flammable and combustible liquids up to 1,000,000 gallons. cone roof tank with an Internal floating roof Large vents at top of tank shell. COVERED FLOATING ROOF TANKS
Stores flammable and combustible liquids, corrosives and poisons. Sits on legs and blocks. 300-20,000 galloons. HORIZONTAL TANKS
Stores flammable and combustible liquids, fertilizers, and chemical solvents. Tank with vertical cylindrical walls supporting a fixed dome-shaped roof .5 PSI or less. roof will not always fail as designed VAPOR DOME ROOF TANKS
Primarily stores petroleum products. Horizontal tank, steel, fiberglass or steel with fiberglass lining. Only 10% of surface area may be under ground. UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS
Stores LP, anhydrous ammonia, vinyl chloride, high vapor pressure flammable liquids. 1,000-30,000 gallons (+) Rounded ends. Painted white or highly reflective material. PRESSURE TANKS
Stores LOX, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, argon and hydrogen. several hundred to 1,000 gallons. Insulated design with a vacuum in space between outer and inner shells. PSI 300+ CRYOGENIC TANKS
Used for a variety of solid materials and class 9 materials. 15-85 cubic feet and 500-5,000 lbs of material. Big bags/bulk bags made of large woven fabric or cloth. FLEXIBLE CONTAINERS - SUPER SACKS
Used for a variety of liquid materials and class 9 materials. Polypropylene tank surrounded by a rigid frame and capacity of 300-500 gallons. Fill port on top and a ball valve at discharge port on bottom RIGID CONTAINER - COMPOSITE IBC'S
Used for Class 2 such as chlorine, phosgene, sulfur dioxide. Steel cylindrical, 3 feet in diameter and 8 feet long with convex or concave ends. All fittings are in head of container, including the fusible plugs and or spring-loaded safety relief valve. TON CONTAINER
Uses "pigs" - isolate different products. Class 2, 3, 6, 8 and 9. Markings include product, owner and contact number. Electronically monitored. PIPELINES
Used for classes 1, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 for solid materials such as fertilizers, food and poisons. Maybe be paper, cloth, burlap, plastic or combination of those. Typically up to 100 lbs. BAGS
Used for classes 6 & 8, transports corrosive liquids, such as acids. Large glass or plastic bottle that may be incased in outer packaging. 1-20 gallons. CARBOYS
Types: aerosols, un-insulated containers, and cryogenic. Poisons, LPG, oxygen, chlorine, argon, helium, nitrogen. Pressures range from a few to several thousand PSI. Majority equipped with pressure relief device (rupture disk, fusible plug) CYLINDERS
Used for liquids or solids. Typically 55 gallons. ends are either Closed or Open. Closed head usually has 2 openings call "bungs" Open head closure is called a "chime ring" DRUMS
Container w/in a container. Used for flammable and non-flammable cryogenic liquids such as liquid helium and liquid hydrogen. Open head, non-pressurized vacuum jacketed vessels. 1 liter - 1,000 liters DEWAR FLASK - CRYOGENIC
Intended for materials with a higher level of radiation than allowed in excepted or industrial packages. used for instruments, medicines containing radioactive material. TYPE A (RADIOACTIVE PACKAGING)
Ceritfied by NRC before use and recertified every 5 years. Spent nuclear fuel, high grade raw radioactive material and metals. small drums to heavily shielded casks up to 125 tons (look like a dumbbell) TYPE B (RADIOACTIVE PACKAGING)
Still under development. Used for high-activity materials, i.e. plutonium, transported by aircraft. TYPE C (RADIOACTIVE PACKAGING)
Intended for material having low activity per unit mass (low specific activity) with a limited hazard to the public and environment. Transport hospital waste. IP-1, IP-2 and IP-3 packaging. INDUSTRIAL (RADIOACTIVE PACKAGING)
Intended for materials with extremely low levels of radioactivity. Transport smoke detectors. EXCEPTED (RADIOACTIVE PACKAGING)
Attached to packages w/ extremely low levels of external radiation. Maximum contact radiation level associated with is .5 mrem/hour. RADIOACTIVE WHITE I - low level
Attached to packages w/ external contact radiation levels ranging from .5mrem/hour to no more than 50 mrem/hour. Has a box for Transportation Index, TI is 1. RADIOACTIVE YELLOW II - medium level
Attached to packages with external contact radiation levels ranging from greater than 50 mrem/hour to a max of 200 mrem/hour. RADIOACTIVE YELLOW III - high level
Applied to packages emptied of their contents but might still contain regulated amounts of internal contamination and radiation levels of less than .5 mrem/hour EMPTY
Applied to packages that contain ________ materials. Critical Safety Index for each package will be noted on label. Maybe be placed adjacent to Raioactive I, II or III labels. FISSILE
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