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HAZMAT Tech 1 - Cont

HAZMAT Tech 1 - Containers

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Cryogenic liquid Tank Cars Negative 150 F Hazard Classes 2.2 Capacity (gal) 4000-45000 PSI 25.4
Non-pressure Tank Cars Visible fittings on top Hazard Classes 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 Capacity (gal) 4000-45000 PSI 60 to 100
Pneumatically unloaded hopper car sloping sided bays on bottom Hazard Classes 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 Capacity (gal) 4000-45000 PSI 20 to 80
Pressure tank cars Fittings on top in protective housing with ladder Hazard Classes 2, 3 Capacity (gal) 4000-45000 PSI 100-600
IMO-101 (Type 1)-NON PRESSURE Closures on top of container, container in frame Hazard Classes 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 Capacity (gal) PSI 25.4-100
IMO-102 (Type 2)-NON PRESSURE Closures on top of container, container in frame Hazard Classes 3, 6, 8 Capacity (gal) PSI 14.5-25.4
Pressure Intermodal (Type 5) Fittings/Closures on top/end in protective housing Hazard Classes 2, 3 Capacity (gal) 5500 PSI 100-500
Cryogenic intermodal (Type 7) Valves in compartment/cabinet on top, ends or sides Hazard Classes 2.2 Capacity (gal) PSI 25.4 or less
Tube module cylinders permanently mounted in frame Hazard Classes 2 Capacity (gal) PSI 3000-5000
Dry bulk v-shaped hulls on bottom Hazard Classes 5.1, 8, 9 Capacity (gal) 1500 cubic feet PSI 80 or less
Non-pressure liquid cargo (TC 406) elliptical, single shell Hazard Classes 3 Capacity (gal) 7500-10000 PSI 2.65-5
Low-pressure liquid cargo (TC 407) narrow horseshoe shape, SOMETIMES with ribs Hazard Classes 3.1, 3.2, 6.1, 8 Capacity (gal) 5000-8000 PSI 18-40
corrosive liquid cargo (TC 312) circular with reinforcement ribs Hazard Classes 8 Capacity (gal) 3300-5500 PSI 35-50
high pressure cargo (TC 331) circular with rounded ends or heads Hazard Classes 2 Capacity (gal) 2500-11500 PSI 100-500
compressed gas/tube trailer tubes mounted on a trailer, manifold at rear Hazard Classes 2 PSI 3000-5000
cryogenic liquid cargo (TC 338) cabinet with fittings in cabinet Hazard Classes 2.2 Capacity (gal) 5000-14000 PSI 25.4 or less
Cone roof tank Facility has a cone roof with weak seams Hazard Classes 3, 4, 5, 8 PSI 0-0.5
Covered floating roof tank Facility Much wider than it is tall Hazard Classes 3, 8 Capacity (gal) 1,000,000 PSI 0-0.5
Dome roof tank Facility fixed dome-shaped roof Hazard Classes 3, 5, 9 PSI 2.5-15
Pressure tanks Facilities rounded ends Hazard Classes 2, 3 PSI 0.5-15psi
ton containers (pressure drums) convex or concave ends Hazard Classes 2 Capacity (gal) 2000lbs product PSI 500-1000
PIPELINES diff. products may be transported in same line using "pigs" to separate products Hazard Classes 2, 3, 6, 8, 9 PSI 100-7000
Bags paper, cloth, burlap, plastic, etc. Hazard Classes 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 Capacity (gal) typically 100lbs none
Carboys made of glass or plastic and sometimes surrounded in plastic for shipment Hazard Classes 6, 8 Capacity (gal) 1 gal-20gal none
Cylinders Hazard Classes 2 PSI a few to several thousand
Drums Closed head (have 2" and 3/4" diameter bungs, usually for liquid), open head (removable top with no openings) Hazard Classes 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 Capacity (gal) usually 55gal, but can be more
Dewar Flask (cryogenic) containers within a container Hazard Classes Capacity (gal) 1L to greater than 1000L
Type A Openings on top/side. Intended for materials with higher level of radiation than allowed in excepted or industrial. Have to pass testing requirements.
Type B Protects mat'ls with higher radioactivity levels than those allowed in type A packages (including spent nuclear fuel). Certified by NRC and recertified every 5 years. Testing requirements must be passed.
Type C Not used in US yet. Used for air transport. Used for high activity materials including Plutonium.
Industrial intended for mat'l having low activity per unit mass with limited hazard to public and the environment. IP-1, IP-2, IP-3 testing requirements.
Excepted Extremely low levels of radioactivity. Example: fire detectors. Criteria found in 49CFR173.410. Testing requirements must be met.
Created by: woodyb42
 

 



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