MEPC.119(52) - International Maritime Organization

MEPC.119(52) - International Maritime Organization
RESOLUTION MEPC.119(52)
Adopted on 15 October 2004
2004 AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CODE
FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT OF SHIPS CARRYING DANGEROUS
CHEMICALS IN BULK (IBC CODE)
RESOLUTION MEPC.119(52)
Adopted on 15 October 2004
2004 AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CODE
FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT OF SHIPS CARRYING DANGEROUS
CHEMICALS IN BULK (IBC CODE)
RESOLUTION MEPC.119(52)
Adopted on 15 October 2004
2004 AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CODE
FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT OF SHIPS CARRYING DANGEROUS
CHEMICALS IN BULK (IBC CODE)
THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION COMMITTEE,
RECALLING article 38(a) of the Convention on the International Maritime Organization
concerning the functions of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (the Committee)
conferred upon it by international conventions for the prevention and control of marine pollution,
RECALLING ALSO resolution MEPC.19(22) by which the Committee adopted the
International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals
in Bulk (IBC Code),
NOTING article 16 of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from
Ships, 1973 (hereinafter referred to as the “1973 Convention”) and article VI of the Protocol of
1978 relating to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973
(hereinafter referred to as the “1978 Protocol”) which together specify the amendment procedure
of the 1978 Protocol and confer upon the appropriate body of the Organization the function of
considering and adopting amendments to the 1973 Convention, as modified by the 1978 Protocol
(MARPOL 73/78),
NOTING ALSO that the Maritime Safety Committee, at its seventy-eighth session,
considered and approved the proposed amendments to the IBC Code with a view to adoption
under the provisions of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974
(1974 SOLAS Convention),
CONSIDERING that it is highly desirable for the provisions of the IBC Code, which are
mandatory under both MARPOL 73/78 and the 1974 SOLAS Convention, to remain identical,
HAVING CONSIDERED the proposed amendments to the IBC Code,
1.
ADOPTS, in accordance with article 16(2)(b), (c) and (d) of the 1973 Convention, the
amendments to the IBC Code, the text of which is set out at the annex to the present resolution;
2.
DETERMINES, in accordance with article 16(2)(f)(iii) of the 1973 Convention, that the
amendments to the IBC Code shall be deemed to have been accepted on 1 July 2006 unless, prior
to that date, not less than one-third of the Parties or Parties, the combined merchant fleets of
which constitute not less than 50 per cent of the gross tonnage of the world’s merchant fleet, have
communicated to the Organization their objection to the amendments;
3.
INVITES the Parties to note that, in accordance with article 16(2)(g)(ii) of the
1973 Convention, the amendments to the IBC Code shall enter into force on 1 January 2007 upon
their acceptance in accordance with paragraph 2 above;
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4.
REQUESTS the Secretary-General, in conformity with article 16(2)(e) of the
1973 Convention, to transmit to all Parties to MARPOL 73/78 certified copies of the present
resolution and the text of the amendments to the IBC Code contained in the annex;
5.
REQUESTS FURTHER the Secretary-General to transmit copies of the present
resolution and its annex to the Members of the Organization which are not Parties to
MARPOL 73/78; and
6.
INVITES the Maritime Safety Committee to adopt the same amendments to the
IBC Code in accordance with article VIII(b)(iv) of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, so that the
provisions of the IBC Code, which are mandatory under both MARPOL 73/78 and the
1974 SOLAS Convention, remain identical.
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ANNEX
2004 AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CODE FOR THE
CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT OF SHIPS CARRYING DANGEROUS
CHEMICALS IN BULK (IBC CODE)
The complete text of the IBC Code is replaced by the following:
“Preamble
1
The purpose of this Code is to provide an international standard for the safe carriage, in
bulk by sea, of dangerous chemicals and noxious liquid substances listed in chapter 17 of the
Code. The Code prescribes the design and construction standards of ships, regardless of tonnage,
involved in such carriage and the equipment they shall carry to minimize the risk to the ship, its
crew and the environment, having regard to the nature of the products involved.
2
The basic philosophy of the Code is to assign, to each chemical tanker, one of the ship
types according to the degree of the hazards of the products carried by such ships. Each of the
products may have one or more hazardous properties, including flammability, toxicity,
corrosivity and reactivity, as well as the hazard they may present to the environment.
3
Throughout the development of the Code it was recognized that it must be based upon
sound naval architectural and engineering principles and the best understanding available as to
the hazards of the various products covered. Furthermore, chemical tanker design technology is
not only a complex technology, but is rapidly evolving and therefore the Code should not remain
static. Thus, the Organization will periodically review the Code, taking into account both
experience and technical developments.
4
Amendments to the Code involving requirements for new products and their conditions of
carriage will be circulated as recommendations, on an interim basis, when adopted by the
Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) and the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC)
of the Organization, in accordance with the provisions of article VIII of the International
Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 (SOLAS 74), and article 16 of the International
Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, as modified by the Protocol of
1978 relating thereto (MARPOL 73/78), respectively, pending the entry into force of these
amendments.
5
The Code primarily deals with ship design and equipment. In order to ensure the safe
transport of the products, the total system must, however, be appraised. Other important facets of
the safe transport of the products, such as training, operation, traffic control and handling in port,
are being, or will be, examined further by the Organization.
6
The development of the Code has been greatly assisted by a number of organizations in
consultative status such as the Association of Classification Societies (IACS) and the
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
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Chapter 16 of the Code, dealing with operational requirements of chemical tankers,
highlights the regulations in other chapters that are operational in nature and mentions those other
important safety features that are peculiar to chemical tanker operation.
8
The layout of the Code is in line with the International Code for the Construction and
Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk (IGC Code), adopted by the Maritime
Safety Committee at its forty-eighth session. Gas carriers may also carry in bulk liquid
chemicals covered by this Code, as prescribed in the IGC Code.
9
The 1998 edition of the Code was based on the original text as adopted by MSC
resolution MSC.4(48). In response to resolution 15 of the International Conference on Marine
Pollution, 1973, the MEPC, at its twenty-second session, adopted, by resolution MEPC.19(22),
the IBC Code extended to cover marine pollution prevention aspects for the implementation of
Annex II to MARPOL 73/78.
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2
3
4
5
6
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This edition of the Code includes amendments adopted by the following resolutions:
Resolution
MSC.10(54)
MSC.14(57)
MEPC.32(27)
MSC.28(61)
MEPC.55(33)
MSC.50(66)
MEPC.69(38
MSC.58(67)
MEPC.73(39)
MSC.102(73)
MSC.176(79)
MEPC.119(52)
Adoption
29 April 1987
11 April 1989
17 March 1989
11 December 1992
30 October 1992
4 June 1996
10 July 1996
5 December 1996
10 March 1997
5 December 2000
9 December 2004
15 October 2004
Deemed acceptance
29 April 1988
12 April 1990
12 April 1990
1 January 1994
1 January 1994
1 January 1998
1 January 1998
1 January 1998
10 January 1998
1 January 2002
1 July 2006
1 July 2006
Entry into force
30 October 1988
13 October 1990
13 October 1990
1 July 1994
1 July 1994
1 July 1998
1 July 1998
1 July 1998
10 July 1998
1 July 2002
1 January 2007
1 January 2007
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As from the date of entry into force of the 1983 amendments to SOLAS 74
(i.e. 1 July 1986) and the date of implementation of Annex II of MARPOL 73/78
(i.e. 6 April 1987), this Code became subject to mandatory requirements under these
Conventions. Amendments to the Code, whether from the point of view of safety or of marine
pollution, must therefore be adopted and brought into force in accordance with the procedures
laid down in article VIII of SOLAS 74 and article 16 of MARPOL 73/78 respectively.
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Chapter 1
General
1.1
Application
1.1.1 The Code applies to ships regardless of size, including those of less than 500 gross
tonnage, engaged in the carriage of bulk cargoes of dangerous chemicals or noxious liquid
substances (NLS), other than petroleum or similar flammable products as follows:
.1
products having significant fire hazards in excess of those of petroleum products
and similar flammable products;
.2
products having significant hazards in addition to or other than flammability.
1.1.2 Products that have been reviewed and determined not to present safety and pollution
hazards to such an extent as to warrant the application of the Code are found in chapter 18.
1.1.3 Liquids covered by the Code are those having a vapour pressure not exceeding 0.28 MPa
absolute at a temperature of 37.8°C.
1.1.4 For the purpose of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, the Code applies to ships which are
engaged in the carriage of products included in chapter 17 on the basis of their safety
characteristics and identified as such by an entry of S or S/P in column d.
1.1.5 For the purposes of MARPOL 73/78, the Code applies only to NLS tankers, as defined in
regulation 1.16.2 of Annex II thereof, which are engaged in the carriage of Noxious Liquid
Substances identified as such by an entry of X, Y or Z in column c of chapter 17.
1.1.6 For a product proposed for carriage in bulk, but not listed in chapters 17 or 18, the
Administration and port Administrations involved in such carriage shall prescribe the preliminary
suitable conditions for the carriage, having regard to the criteria for hazard evaluation of bulk
chemicals. For the evaluation of the pollution hazard of such a product and assignment of its
pollution category, the procedure specified in regulation 6.3 of Annex II of MARPOL 73/78 must
be followed. The Organization shall be notified of the conditions for consideration for inclusion
of the product in the Code.
1.1.7 Unless expressly provided otherwise, the Code applies to ships, the keels of which are
laid or which are at the stage where:
.1
construction identifiable with the ship begins; and
.2
assembly has commenced comprising at least 50 tonnes or 1% of the estimated
mass of all structural material, whichever is less;
on or after 1 July 1986.
1.1.8 A ship, irrespective of the date of construction, which is converted to a chemical tanker
on or after 1 July 1986 shall be treated as a chemical tanker constructed on the date on which
such conversion commences. This conversion provision does not apply to the modification of a
ship referred to in regulation 1.14 of Annex II of MARPOL 73/78.
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1.1.9 Where reference is made in the Code to a paragraph, all the provisions of the
subparagraphs of that designation shall apply.
1.2
Hazards
Hazards of products covered by the Code include:
1.2.1 Fire hazard, defined by flashpoint, explosive/flammability limits/range and autoignition
temperature of the chemical.
1.2.2
Health hazard, defined by:
.1
corrosive effects on the skin in the liquid state; or
.2
acute toxic effect, taking into account values of:
LD50 (oral): a dose, which is lethal to 50% of the test subjects when administered
orally;
LD50 (dermal): a dose, which is lethal to 50% of the test subjects when
administered to the skin;
LC50 (inhalation): the concentration which is lethal by inhalation to 50% of the test
subjects; or
.3
1.2.3
1.2.4
Other health effects such as carcinogenicity and sensitization.
Reactivity hazard, defined by reactivity:
.1
with water;
.2
with air;
.3
with other products; or
.4
of the product itself (e.g. polymerization).
Marine pollution hazard, as defined by:
.1
bioaccumulation;
.2
lack of ready biodegradibility;
.3
acute toxicity to aquatic organisms;
.4
chronic toxicity to aquatic organisms;
.5
long term human health effects; and
.6
physical properties resulting in the product floating or sinking and so adversely
affecting marine life.
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1.3
Definitions
The following definitions apply unless expressly provided otherwise. (Additional definitions are
given in individual chapters).
1.3.1 Accommodation spaces are those spaces used for public spaces, corridors, lavatories,
cabins, offices, hospitals, cinemas, games and hobbies rooms, barber shops, pantries containing
no cooking appliances and similar spaces. Public spaces are those portions of the
accommodation spaces which are used for halls, dining rooms, lounges and similar permanently
enclosed spaces.
1.3.2 Administration means the Government of the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly.
For Administration (Port) see Port Administration.
1.3.3 Anniversary date means the day and the month of each year, which will correspond to the
date of expiry of the International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals
in Bulk.
1.3.4 Boiling point is the temperature at which a product exhibits a vapour pressure equal to the
atmospheric pressure.
1.3.5 Breadth (B) means the maximum breadth of the ship, measured amidships to the moulded
line of the frame in a ship with a metal shell and to the outer surface of the hull in a ship with a
shell of any other material. The breadth (B) shall be measured in metres.
1.3.6 Cargo area is that part of the ship that contains cargo tanks, slop tanks, cargo
pump-rooms including pump-rooms, cofferdams, ballast or void spaces adjacent to cargo tanks or
slop tanks and also deck areas throughout the entire length and breadth of the part of the ship
over the above-mentioned spaces. Where independent tanks are installed in hold spaces,
cofferdams, ballast or void spaces at the after end of the aftermost hold space or at the forward
end of the forward-most hold space are excluded from the cargo area.
1.3.7 Cargo pump-room is a space containing pumps and their accessories for the handling of
the products covered by the Code.
1.3.8 Cargo service spaces are spaces within the cargo area used for workshops, lockers and
store-rooms of more than 2 m2 in area, used for cargo-handling equipment.
1.3.9
Cargo tank is the envelope designed to contain the cargo.
1.3.10 Chemical tanker is a cargo ship constructed or adapted and used for the carriage in bulk
of any liquid product listed in chapter 17.
1.3.11 Cofferdam is the isolating space between two adjacent steel bulkheads or decks. This
space may be a void space or a ballast space.
1.3.12 Control stations are those spaces in which ship's radio or main navigating equipment or
the emergency source of power is located or where the fire-recording or fire-control equipment is
centralized. This does not include special fire-control equipment which can be most practically
located in the cargo area.
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1.3.13 Dangerous chemicals means any liquid chemicals designated as presenting a safety
hazard, based on the safety criteria for assigning products to chapter 17.
1.3.14 Density is the ratio of the mass to the volume of a product, expressed in terms of
kilograms per cubic metre. This applies to liquids, gases and vapours.
1.3.15 Explosive/flammability limits/range are the conditions defining the state of fuel-oxidant
mixture at which application of an adequately strong external ignition source is only just capable
of producing flammability in a given test apparatus.
1.3.16 Flashpoint is the temperature in degrees Celsius at which a product will give off enough
flammable vapour to be ignited. Values given in the Code are those for a “closed-cup test”
determined by an approved flashpoint apparatus.
1.3.17 Hold space is the space enclosed by the ship's structure in which an independent cargo
tank is situated.
1.3.18 Independent means that a piping or venting system, for example, is in no way connected
to another system and that there are no provisions available for the potential connection to other
systems.
1.3.19 Length (L) means 96% of the total length on a waterline at 85% of the least moulded
depth measured from the top of the keel, or the length from the foreside of the stem to the axis of
the rudder stock on that waterline, if that be greater. In ships designed with a rake of keel, the
waterline on which this length is measured shall be parallel to the designed waterline. The length
(L) shall be measured in metres.
1.3.20 Machinery spaces of category A are those spaces and trunks to such spaces which
contain:
.1
internal-combustion machinery used for main propulsion; or
.2
internal-combustion machinery used for purposes other than main propulsion
where such machinery has in the aggregate a total power output of not less than
375 kW; or
.3
any oil-fired boiler or oil fuel unit or any oil fired equipment other than boilers,
such as inert gas generators, incinerators etc.
1.3.21 Machinery spaces are all machinery spaces of category A and all other spaces containing
propelling machinery, boilers, oil fuel units, steam and internal-combustion engines, generators
and major electrical machinery, oil filling station, refrigerating, stabilizing, ventilation and
air-conditioning machinery, and similar spaces, and trunks to such spaces.
1.3.22 MARPOL means the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships,
1973, as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto, as amended.
1.3.23 Noxious Liquid Substance means any substance indicated in the Pollution Category
column of chapters 17 or 18 of the International Bulk Chemical Code, or the current
MEPC.2/Circular or provisionally assessed under the provisions of regulation 6.3 of MARPOL
Annex II as falling into categories X, Y or Z.
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1.3.24 Oil fuel unit is the equipment used for the preparation of oil fuel for delivery to an
oil-fired boiler, or equipment used for the preparation for delivery of heated oil to an
internal-combustion engine, and includes any oil pressure pumps, filters and heaters dealing with
oil at a gauge pressure of more than 0.18 MPa.
1.3.25 Organization is the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
1.3.26 Permeability of a space means the ratio of the volume within that space which is assumed
to be occupied by water to the total volume of that space.
1.3.27 Port administration means the appropriate authority of the country in the port of which
the ship is loading or unloading.
1.3.28 Products is the collective term used to cover both Noxious Liquid Substances and
Dangerous Chemicals.
1.3.29 Pump-room is a space, located in the cargo area, containing pumps and their accessories
for the handling of ballast and oil fuel.
1.3.30 Recognized standards are applicable international or national standards acceptable to the
Administration or standards laid down and maintained by an organization which complies with
the standards adopted by the Organization and which is recognized by the Administration.
1.3.31 Reference temperature is the temperature at which the vapour pressure of the cargo
corresponds to the set pressure of the pressure-relief valve.
1.3.32 Separate means that a cargo piping system or cargo vent system, for example, is not
connected to another cargo piping or cargo vent system.
1.3.33 Service spaces are those spaces used for galleys, pantries containing cooking appliances,
lockers, mail and specie rooms, store-rooms, workshops other than those forming part of the
machinery spaces and similar spaces and trunks to such spaces.
1.3.34 SOLAS means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, as
amended.
1.3.35 Vapour pressure is the equilibrium pressure of the saturated vapour above a liquid
expressed in Pascals (Pa) at a specified temperature.
1.3.36 Void space is an enclosed space in the cargo area external to a cargo tank, other than a
hold space, ballast space, oil fuel tank, cargo pump-room, pump-room, or any space in normal
use by personnel.
1.4
Equivalents
1.4.1 Where the Code requires that a particular fitting, material, appliance, apparatus, item of
equipment or type thereof shall be fitted or carried in a ship, or that any particular provision shall
be made, or any procedure or arrangement shall be complied with, the Administration may allow
any other fitting, material, appliance, apparatus, item of equipment or type thereof to be fitted or
carried, or any other provision, procedure or arrangement to be made in that ship, if it is satisfied
by trial thereof or otherwise that such fitting, material, appliance, apparatus, item of equipment or
type thereof or that any particular provision, procedure or arrangement is at least as effective as
that required by the Code. However, the Administration may not allow operational methods or
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procedures to be made an alternative to a particular fitting, material, appliance, apparatus, item of
equipment, or type thereof, which are prescribed by the Code, unless such substitution is
specifically allowed by the Code.
1.4.2 When the Administration allows any fitting, material, appliance, apparatus, item of
equipment, or type thereof, or provision, procedure, or arrangement, or novel design or
application to be substituted, it shall communicate to the Organization the particulars thereof,
together with a report on the evidence submitted, so that the Organization may circulate the same
to other Contracting Governments to SOLAS and Parties to MARPOL for the information of
their officers.
1.5
Surveys and certification
1.5.1
Survey procedure
1.5.1.1 The survey of ships, so far as regards the enforcement of the provisions of the regulations
and granting of exemptions therefrom, shall be carried out by officers of the Administration. The
Administration may, however, entrust the surveys either to surveyors nominated for the purpose
or to organizations recognized by it.
1.5.1.2 The recognized organization, referred to in regulation 8.2.1 of MARPOL Annex II shall
comply with the guidelines adopted by the Organization by resolution A.739(18), as may be
amended by the Organization, and the specification adopted by the Organization by
resolution A.789(19), as may be amended by the Organization, provided that such amendments
are adopted, brought into force and take effect in accordance with the provisions of article 16 of
MARPOL and article VIII of SOLAS concerning the amendment procedures applicable to
this Code.
1.5.1.3 The Administration nominating surveyors or recognizing organizations to conduct
surveys shall, as a minimum, empower any nominated surveyor or recognized organization to:
.1
require repairs to a ship; and
.2
carry out surveys if requested by the appropriate authorities of a port State.
The Administration shall notify the Organization of the specific responsibilities and conditions of
the authority delegated to nominated surveyors or recognized organizations for circulation to the
Contracting Governments.
1.5.1.4 When a nominated surveyor or recognized organization determines that the condition of a
ship or its equipment does not correspond substantially with the particulars of the International
Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk, or is such that the ship is
not fit to proceed to sea without danger to the ship, or persons on board, or without presenting
unreasonable threat of harm to the marine environment, such surveyor or organization shall
immediately ensure that corrective action is taken and shall, in due course, notify the
Administration. If such corrective action is not taken the Certificate shall be withdrawn and the
Administration shall be notified immediately. If the ship is in a port of another Contracting
Government, the appropriate authorities of the port State shall also be notified immediately.
When an officer of the Administration, a nominated surveyor or a recognized organization has
notified the appropriate authorities of the port State, the Government of the port State concerned
shall give such officer, surveyor or organization any necessary assistance to carry out their
obligations under this paragraph. When applicable, the Government of the port State concerned
shall take such steps as will ensure that the ship does not sail until it can proceed to sea or leave
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the port for the purpose of proceeding to the nearest appropriate repair yard available without
danger to the ship or persons on board or without presenting an unreasonable threat of harm to
the marine environment.
1.5.1.5 In every case, the Administration shall guarantee the completeness and efficiency of the
survey, and shall undertake to ensure the necessary arrangements to satisfy this obligation.
1.5.2
Survey requirements
1.5.2.1 The structure, equipment, fittings, arrangements and material (other than items in respect
of which a Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate, Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate
and Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate or Cargo Ship Safety Certificate are issued) of a
chemical tanker shall be subjected to the following surveys:
.1
An initial survey before the ships is put in service or before the International
Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk is issued
for the first time, which shall include a complete examination of its structure,
equipment, fittings, arrangements and material in so far as the ship is covered by
the Code. This survey shall be such as to ensure that the structure, equipment,
fittings, arrangements and material fully comply with the applicable provisions of
the Code.
.2
A renewal survey at intervals specified by the Administration, but not exceeding
5 years, except where 1.5.6.2.2, 1.5.6.5, 1.5.6.6 or 1.5.6.7 is applicable. The
renewal survey shall be such as to ensure that the structure, equipment, fittings,
arrangements and material fully comply with the applicable provisions of the
Code.
.3
An intermediate survey within 3 months before or after the second anniversary
date or within 3 months before or after the third anniversary date of the
Certificate, which shall take the place of one of the annual surveys specified in
1.5.2.1.4. The intermediate survey shall be such as to ensure that the safety
equipment, and other equipment, and associate pump and piping systems fully
comply with the applicable provisions of the Code and are in good working order.
Such intermediate surveys shall be endorsed on the Certificate issued under 1.5.4
or 1.5.5.
.4
An annual survey within 3 months before or after each anniversary date of the
Certificate, including a general inspection of the structure, equipment, fittings,
arrangements and material referred to in 1.5.2.1.1 to ensure that they have been
maintained in accordance with 1.5.3 and that they remain satisfactory for the
service for which the ship is intended. Such annual surveys shall be endorsed on
the Certificate issued under 1.5.4 or 1.5.5.
.5
An additional survey, either general or partial according to the circumstances,
shall be made when required after an investigation prescribed in 1.5.3.3, or
whenever any important repairs or renewals are made. Such a survey shall ensure
that the necessary repairs or renewals have been effectively made, that the
material and workmanship of such repairs or renewals are satisfactory; and that
the ship is fit to proceed to sea without danger to the ship or persons on board or
without presenting unreasonable threat of harm to the marine environment.
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1.5.3
Maintenance of conditions after survey
1.5.3.1 The conditions of the ship and its equipment shall be maintained to conform with the
provisions of the Code to ensure that the ship will remain fit to proceed to sea without danger to
the ship or persons on board or without presenting an unreasonable threat of harm to the marine
environment.
1.5.3.2 After any survey of the ship under 1.5.2 has been completed, no change shall be made in
the structure, equipment, fittings, arrangements and material covered by the survey, without the
sanction of the Administration, except by direct replacement.
1.5.3.3 Whenever an accident occurs to a ship or a defect is discovered, either of which affects
the safety of the ship or the efficiency or completeness of its life-saving appliances or other
equipment covered by the Code, the master or owner of the ship shall report at the earliest
opportunity to the Administration, the nominated surveyor or recognized organization
responsible for issuing the Certificate, who shall cause investigations to be initiated to determine
whether a survey, as required by 1.5.2.1.5, is necessary. If the ship is in a port of another
Contracting Government, the master or owner shall also report immediately to the appropriate
authorities of the port State and the nominated surveyor or recognized organization shall
ascertain that such a report has been made.
1.5.4
Issue or endorsement of International Certificate of Fitness
1.5.4.1 An International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk
shall be issued after an initial or renewal survey to a chemical tanker engaged in international
voyages which complies with the relevant provisions of the Code.
1.5.4.2 Such a Certificate shall be drawn up in the form corresponding to the model given in the
appendix. If the language used is not English, French or Spanish, the text shall include the
translation into one of these languages.
1.5.4.3 The Certificate issued under provisions of this section shall be available on board for
examination at all times.
1.5.5
Issue or endorsement of International Certificate of Fitness by another Government
1.5.5.1 A Government that is both a Contracting Government to the 1974 SOLAS Convention
and a Party to MARPOL 73/78 may, at the request of another such Government, cause a ship
entitled to fly the flag of the other State to be surveyed and, if satisfied that the provisions of the
Code are complied with, issue or authorize the issue of the International Certificate of Fitness for
the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk to the ship, and, where appropriate, endorse or
authorize the endorsement of the Certificate on board the ship in accordance with the Code. Any
Certificate so issued shall contain a statement to the effect that it has been issued at the request of
the Government of the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly.
1.5.6
Duration and validity of International Certificate of Fitness
1.5.6.1 An International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk
shall be issued for a period specified by the Administration which shall not exceed 5 years.
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1.5.6.2.1 Notwithstanding the provisions of 1.5.6.1, when the renewal survey is completed within
3 months before the expiry date of the existing Certificate, the new Certificate shall be valid from
the date of completion of the renewal survey to a date not exceeding 5 years from the date of
expiry of the existing Certificate.
1.5.6.2.2 When the renewal survey is completed after the expiry date of the existing Certificate,
the new Certificate shall be valid from the date of completion of the renewal survey to a date not
exceeding 5 years from the date of expiry of the existing Certificate.
1.5.6.2.3 When the renewal survey is completed more than 3 months before the expiry date of
the existing Certificate, the new Certificate shall be valid from the date of completion of the
renewal survey to a date not exceeding 5 years from the date of completion of the renewal
survey.
1.5.6.3 If a Certificate is issued for a period of less than 5 years, the Administration may extend
the validity of the Certificate beyond the expiry date to the maximum period specified in 1.5.6.1,
provided that the surveys referred to in 1.5.2.1.3 and 1.5.2.1.4, applicable when a Certificate is
issued for a period of 5 years, are carried out as appropriate.
1.5.6.4 If a renewal survey has been completed and a new Certificate cannot be issued or placed
on board the ship before the expiry date of the existing Certificate, the person or organization
authorized by the Administration may endorse the existing Certificate. Such a Certificate shall
be accepted as valid for a further period which shall not exceed 5 months from the expiry date.
1.5.6.5 If a ship, at the time when a Certificate expires, is not in a port in which it is to be
surveyed, the Administration may extend the period of validity of the Certificate but this
extension shall be granted only for the purpose of allowing the ship to complete its voyage to the
port in which it is to be surveyed, and then only in cases where it appears proper and reasonable
to do so.
1.5.6.6 A Certificate, issued to a ship engaged on short voyages which has not been extended
under the foregoing provisions of this section, may be extended by the Administration for a
period of grace of up to one month from the date of expiry stated on it. When the renewal survey
is completed, the new Certificate shall be valid to a date not exceeding 5 years from the date of
expiry of the existing Certificate before the extension was granted.
1.5.6.7 In special circumstances, as determined by the Administration, a new Certificate need not
be dated from the date of expiry of the existing Certificate as required by 1.5.6.2.2, 1.5.6.5 or
1.5.6.6. In these special circumstances, the new Certificate shall be valid to a date not exceeding
5 years from the date of completion of the renewal survey.
1.5.6.8 If an annual or intermediate survey is completed before the period specified in 1.5.2, then:
.1
the anniversary date shown on the Certificate shall be amended by endorsement to
a date which shall not be more than 3 months later than the date on which the
survey was completed;
.2
the subsequent annual or intermediate survey required by 1.5.2 shall be completed
at the intervals prescribed by that section using the new anniversary date; and
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the expiry date may remain unchanged provided one or more annual or
intermediate surveys, as appropriate, are carried out so that the maximum intervals
between the surveys prescribed by 1.5.2 are not exceeded.
1.5.6.9 A Certificate issued under 1.5.4 or 1.5.5 shall cease to be valid in any of the following
cases:
.1
if the relevant surveys are not completed within the periods specified under 1.5.2;
.2
if the Certificate is not endorsed in accordance with 1.5.2.1.3 or 1.5.2.1.4;
.3
upon transfer of the ship to the flag of another State. A new certificate shall only
be issued when the Government issuing the new Certificate is fully satisfied that
the ship is in compliance with the requirements of 1.5.3.1 and 1.5.3.2. In the case
of a transfer between Governments that are both a Contracting Government to the
1974 SOLAS Convention and a Party to MARPOL 73/78, if requested within
3 months after the transfer has taken place, the Government of the State whose
flag the ship was formerly entitled to fly shall, as soon as possible, transmit to the
Administration copies of the Certificate carried by the ship before the transfer and,
if available, copies of the relevant survey reports.
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Chapter 2
Ship survival capability and location of cargo tanks
2.1
General
2.1.1 Ships, subject to the Code, shall survive the normal effects of flooding following assumed
hull damage caused by some external force. In addition, to safeguard the ship and the
environment, the cargo tanks of certain types of ships shall be protected from penetration in the
case of minor damage to the ship resulting, for example, from contact with a jetty or tug, and
given a measure of protection from damage in the case of collision or stranding, by locating them
at specified minimum distances inboard from the ship's shell plating. Both the assumed damage
and the proximity of the cargo tanks to the ship's shell shall be dependent upon the degree of
hazard presented by the products to be carried.
2.1.2
Ships subject to the Code shall be designed to one of the following standards:
.1
A type 1 ship is a chemical tanker intended to transport chapter 17 products with
very severe environmental and safety hazards which require maximum preventive
measures to preclude an escape of such cargo.
.2
A type 2 ship is a chemical tanker intended to transport chapter 17 products with
appreciably severe environmental and safety hazards which require significant
preventive measures to preclude an escape of such cargo.
.3
A type 3 ship is a chemical tanker intended to transport chapter 17 products with
sufficiently severe environmental and safety hazards which require a moderate
degree of containment to increase survival capability in a damaged condition.
Thus, a type 1 ship is a chemical tanker intended for the transportation of products considered to
present the greatest overall hazard and type 2 and type 3 for products of progressively lesser
hazards. Accordingly, a type 1 ship shall survive the most severe standard of damage and its
cargo tanks shall be located at the maximum prescribed distance inboard from the shell plating.
2.1.3 The ship type required for individual products is indicated in column e in the table of
chapter 17.
2.1.4 If a ship is intended to carry more than one product listed in chapter 17, the standard of
damage shall correspond to that product having the most stringent ship type requirement. The
requirements for the location of individual cargo tanks, however, are those for ship types related
to the respective products intended to be carried.
2.2
Freeboard and intact stability
2.2.1 Ships subject to the Code may be assigned the minimum freeboard permitted by the
International Convention on Load Lines in force. However, the draught associated with the
assignment shall not be greater than the maximum draught otherwise permitted by this Code.
2.2.2 The stability of the ship in all seagoing conditions shall be to a standard which is
acceptable to the Administration.
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2.2.3 When calculating the effect of free surfaces of consumable liquids for loading conditions
it shall be assumed that, for each type of liquid, at least one transverse pair or a single centre tank
has a free surface and the tank or combination of tanks to be taken into account shall be those
where the effect of free surfaces is the greatest. The free surface effect in undamaged
compartments shall be calculated by a method acceptable to the Administration.
2.2.4 Solid ballast shall not normally be used in double-bottom spaces in the cargo area.
Where, however, because of stability considerations, the fitting of solid ballast in such spaces
becomes unavoidable, then its disposition shall be governed by the need to ensure that the impact
loads resulting from bottom damage are not directly transmitted to the cargo tank structure.
2.2.5 The master of the ship shall be supplied with a loading and stability information booklet.
This booklet shall contain details of typical service and ballast conditions, provisions for
evaluating other conditions of loading and a summary of the ship's survival capabilities. In
addition, the booklet shall contain sufficient information to enable the master to load and operate
the ship in a safe and seaworthy manner.
2.3
Shipside discharges below the freeboard deck
2.3.1 The provision and control of valves fitted to discharges led through the shell from spaces
below the freeboard deck or from within the super-structures and deck-houses on the freeboard
deck fitted with weathertight doors shall comply with the requirements of the relevant regulation
of the International Convention on Load Lines in force, except that the choice of valves shall be
limited to:
.1
one automatic non-return valve with a positive means of closing from above the
freeboard deck; or
.2
where the vertical distance from the summer load waterline to the inboard end of
the discharge pipe exceeds 0.01L, two automatic non-return valves without
positive means of closing, provided that the inboard valve is always accessible for
examination under service conditions.
2.3.2 For the purpose of this chapter, “summer load line” and “freeboard deck” have the
meanings as defined in the International Convention on Load Lines in force.
2.3.3 The automatic non-return valves referred to in 2.3.1.1 and 2.3.1.2 shall be fully effective
in preventing admission of water into the ship, taking into account the sinkage, trim and heel in
survival requirements in 2.9, and shall comply with recognized standards.
2.4
Conditions of loading
Damage survival capability shall be investigated on the basis of loading information submitted to
the Administration for all anticipated conditions of loading and variations in draught and trim.
Ballast conditions where the chemical tanker is not carrying products covered by the Code, or is
carrying only residues of such products, need not be considered.
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2.5
Damage assumptions
2.5.1
The assumed maximum extent of damage shall be:
.1
Side damage:
.1.1
Longitudinal extent:
.1.2
Transverse extent
.1.3
Vertical extent:
.2
Bottom damage:
.2.1
Longitudinal extent:
.2.2
Transverse extent:
.2.3
Vertical extent:
1/3L2/3 or 14.5 m,
whichever is less
B/5 or 11.5 m,
whichever is less
(measured inboard from the
ship’s side at right angles to
the centreline at the level of
the summer load line)
upwards without limit
(measured from the
moulded line of the bottom
shell plating at centreline)
For 0.3L from the forward
perpendicular of the ship
1/3L2/3 or 14.5 m,
whichever is less
B/6 or 10 m,
whichever is less
B/15 or 6 m,
whichever is less
[measured from the
moulded line of the bottom
shell plating at centreline
(see 2.6.2)]
Any other part of the
ship
1/3L2/3 or 5 m,
whichever is less
B/6 or 5 m,
whichever is less
B/15 or 6 m,
whichever is less
[measured from the
moulded line of the
bottom shell plating at
centreline (see 2.6.2)]
2.5.2 If any damage of a lesser extent than the maximum damage specified in 2.5.1 would
result in a more severe condition, such damage shall be considered.
2.6
Location of cargo tanks
2.6.1
Cargo tanks shall be located at the following distances inboard:
.1
Type 1 ships: from the side shell plating, not less than the transverse extent of
damage specified in 2.5.1.1.2, and from the moulded line of the bottom shell
plating at centreline, not less than the vertical extent of damage specified in
2.5.1.2.3, and nowhere less than 760 mm from the shell plating. This requirement
does not apply to the tanks for diluted slops arising from tank washing.
.2
Type 2 ships: from the moulded line of the bottom shell plating at centreline, not
less than the vertical extent of damage specified in 2.5.1.2.3, and nowhere less
than 760 mm from the shell plating. This requirement does not apply to the tanks
for diluted slops arising from tank washing.
.3
Type 3 ships: no requirement.
2.6.2 Except for type 1 ships, suction wells installed in cargo tanks may protrude into the
vertical extent of bottom damage specified in 2.5.1.2.3 provided that such wells are as small as
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practicable and the protrusion below the inner bottom plating does not exceed 25% of the depth
of the double bottom or 350 mm, whichever is less. Where there is no double bottom, the
protrusion of the suction well of independent tanks below the upper limit of bottom damage shall
not exceed 350 mm. Suction wells installed in accordance with this paragraph may be ignored in
determining the compartments affected by damage.
2.7
Flooding assumptions
2.7.1 The requirements of 2.9 shall be confirmed by calculations which take into consideration
the design characteristics of the ship; the arrangements, configuration and contents of the
damaged compartments; the distribution, relative densities and the free surface effects of liquids;
and the draught and trim for all conditions of loading.
2.7.2
The permeabilities of spaces assumed to be damaged shall be as follows:
Spaces
Appropriated to stores
Occupied by accommodation
Occupied by machinery
Voids
Intended for consumable liquids
Intended for other liquids
Permeabilities
0.60
0.95
0.85
0.95
0 to 0.95*
0 to 0.95*
2.7.3 Wherever damage penetrates a tank containing liquids it shall be assumed that the
contents are completely lost from that compartment and replaced by salt water up to the level of
the final plane of equilibrium.
2.7.4 Every watertight division within the maximum extent of damage defined in 2.5.1 and
considered to have sustained damage in positions given in 2.8.1 shall be assumed to be
penetrated. Where damage less than the maximum is being considered in accordance with 2.5.2,
only watertight divisions or combinations of watertight divisions within the envelope of such
lesser damage shall be assumed to be penetrated.
2.7.5 The ship shall be so designed as to keep unsymmetrical flooding to the minimum
consistent with efficient arrangements.
2.7.6 Equalization arrangements requiring mechanical aids such as valves or cross-levelling
pipes, if fitted, shall not be considered for the purpose of reducing an angle of heel or attaining
the minimum range of residual stability to meet the requirements of 2.9 and sufficient residual
stability shall be maintained during all stages where equalization is used. Spaces which are
linked by ducts of large cross-sectional area may be considered to be common.
2.7.7 If pipes, ducts, trunks or tunnels are situated within the assumed extent of damage
penetration, as defined in 2.5, arrangements shall be such that progressive flooding cannot
thereby extend to compartments other than those assumed to be flooded for each case of damage.
2.7.8 The buoyancy of any superstructure directly above the side damage shall be disregarded.
The unflooded parts of superstructures beyond the extent of damage, however, may be taken into
consideration provided that:
*
The permeability of partially filled compartments shall be consistent with the amount of liquid carried in the
compartment.
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2.8
.1
they are separated from the damaged space by watertight divisions and the
requirements of 2.9.3 in respect of these intact spaces are complied with; and
.2
openings in such divisions are capable of being closed by remotely operated
sliding watertight doors and unprotected openings are not immersed within the
minimum range of residual stability required in 2.9; however, the immersion of
any other openings capable of being closed weathertight may be permitted.
Standard of damage
2.8.1 Ships shall be capable of surviving the damage indicated in 2.5 with the flooding
assumptions in 2.7 to the extent determined by the ship's type according to the following
standards:
.1
A type 1 ship shall be assumed to sustain damage anywhere in its length.
.2
A type 2 ship of more than 150 m in length shall be assumed to sustain damage
anywhere in its length.
.3
A type 2 ship of 150 m in length or less shall be assumed to sustain damage
anywhere in its length except involving either of the bulkheads bounding a
machinery space located aft.
.4
A type 3 ship of more than 225 m in length shall be assumed to sustain damage
anywhere in its length.
.5
A type 3 ship of 125 m in length or more but not exceeding 225 m in length shall
be assumed to sustain damage anywhere in its length except involving either of
the bulkheads bounding a machinery space located aft.
.6
A type 3 ship below 125 m in length shall be assumed to sustain damage
anywhere in its length except involving damage to the machinery space when
located aft. However, the ability to survive the flooding of the machinery space
shall be considered by the Administration.
2.8.2 In the case of small type 2 and type 3 ships which do not comply in all respects with the
appropriate requirements of 2.8.1.3 and 2.8.1.6, special dispensation may only be considered by
the Administration provided that alternative measures can be taken which maintain the same
degree of safety. The nature of the alternative measures shall be approved and clearly stated and
be available to the port Administration. Any such dispensation shall be duly noted on the
International Certificate of Fitness referred to in 1.5.4.
2.9
Survival requirements
2.9.1 Ships subject to the Code shall be capable of surviving the assumed damage specified in
2.5 to the standard provided in 2.8 in a condition of stable equilibrium and shall satisfy the
following criteria.
2.9.2
In any stage of flooding:
.1
the waterline, taking into account sinkage, heel and trim, shall be below the lower
edge of any opening through which progressive flooding or downflooding may
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take place. Such openings shall include air pipes and openings which are closed
by means of weathertight doors or hatch covers and may exclude those openings
closed by means of watertight manhole covers and watertight flush scuttles, small
watertight cargo tank hatch covers which maintain the high integrity of the deck,
remotely operated watertight sliding doors, and sidescuttles of the non-opening
type;
2.9.3
.2
the maximum angle of heel due to unsymmetrical flooding shall not exceed 25°,
except that this angle may be increased to 30° if no deck immersion occurs;
.3
the residual stability during intermediate stages of flooding shall be to the
satisfaction of the Administration. However, it shall never be significantly less
than that required by 2.9.3.
At final equilibrium after flooding:
.1
the righting-lever curve shall have a minimum range of 20° beyond the position of
equilibrium in association with a maximum residual righting lever of at least
0.1 m within the 20° range; the area under the curve within this range shall not be
less than 0.0175 m radians. Unprotected openings shall not be immersed within
this range unless the space concerned is assumed to be flooded. Within this range,
the immersion of any of the openings listed in 2.9.2.1 and other openings capable
of being closed weathertight may be permitted; and
.2
the emergency source of power shall be capable of operating.
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Chapter 3
Ship arrangements
3.1
Cargo segregation
3.1.1 Unless expressly provided otherwise, tanks containing cargo or residues of cargo subject
to the Code shall be segregated from accommodation, service and machinery spaces and from
drinking water and stores for human consumption by means of a cofferdam, void space, cargo
pump-room, pump-room, empty tank, oil fuel tank or other similar space.
3.1.2 Cargo piping shall not pass through any accommodation, service or machinery space
other than cargo pump-rooms or pump-rooms.
3.1.3 Cargoes, residues of cargoes or mixtures containing cargoes, which react in a hazardous
manner with other cargoes, residues or mixtures, shall:
.1
be segregated from such other cargoes by means of a cofferdam, void space, cargo
pump-room, pump-room, empty tank, or tank containing a mutually compatible
cargo;
.2
have separate pumping and piping systems which shall not pass through other
cargo tanks containing such cargoes, unless encased in a tunnel; and
.3
have separate tank venting systems.
3.1.4 If cargo piping systems or cargo ventilation systems are to be separated. This separation
may be achieved by the use of design or operational methods. Operational methods shall not be
used within a cargo tank and shall consist of one of the following types:
.1
removing spool-pieces or valves and blanking the pipe ends;
.2
arrangement of two spectacle flanges in series, with provisions for detecting
leakage into the pipe between the two spectacle flanges.
3.1.5
Cargoes subject to the Code shall not be carried in either the fore or aft peak tank.
3.2
Accommodation, service and machinery spaces and control stations
3.2.1 No accommodation or service spaces or control stations shall be located within the cargo
area except over a cargo pump-room recess or pump-room recess that complies with
SOLAS regulations II-2/4.5.1 to 4.5.2.4 and no cargo or slop tank shall be aft of the forward end
of any accommodation.
3.2.2 In order to guard against the danger of hazardous vapours, due consideration shall be
given to the location of air intakes and openings into accommodation, service and machinery
spaces and control stations in relation to cargo piping and cargo vent systems.
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3.2.3 Entrances, air inlets and openings to accommodation, service and machinery spaces and
control stations shall not face the cargo area. They shall be located on the end bulkhead not
facing the cargo area and/or on the outboard side of the superstructure or deck-house at a distance
of at least 4% of the length (L) of the ship but not less than 3 m from the end of the
superstructure or deck-house facing the cargo area. This distance, however, need not exceed
5 m. No doors shall be permitted within the limits mentioned above, except that doors to those
spaces not having access to accommodation and service spaces and control stations, such as
cargo control stations and store-rooms, may be fitted. Where such doors are fitted, the
boundaries of the space shall be insulated to “A-60” standard. Bolted plates for removal of
machinery may be fitted within the limits specified above. Wheelhouse doors and wheelhouse
windows may be located within the limits specified above so long as they are so designed that a
rapid and efficient gas- and vapour-tightening of the wheelhouse can be ensured. Windows and
sidescuttles facing the cargo area and on the sides of the superstructures and deck-houses within
the limits specified above shall be of the fixed (non-opening) type. Such sidescuttles in the
first tier on the main deck shall be fitted with inside covers of steel or equivalent material.
3.3
Cargo pump-rooms
3.3.1
Cargo pump-rooms shall be so arranged as to ensure:
.1
unrestricted passage at all times from any ladder platform and from the floor; and
.2
unrestricted access to all valves necessary for cargo handling for a person wearing
the required personnel protective equipment.
3.3.2 Permanent arrangements shall be made for hoisting an injured person with a rescue line
while avoiding any projecting obstacles.
3.3.3
Guard railings shall be installed on all ladders and platforms.
3.3.4 Normal access ladders shall not be fitted vertical and shall incorporate platforms at
suitable intervals.
3.3.5 Means shall be provided to deal with drainage and any possible leakage from cargo
pumps and valves in cargo pump-rooms. The bilge system serving the cargo pump-room shall be
operable from outside the cargo pump-room. One or more slop tanks for storage of contaminated
bilge water or tank washings shall be provided. A shore connection with a standard coupling or
other facilities shall be provided for transferring contaminated liquids to onshore reception
facilities.
3.3.6
Pump discharge pressure gauges shall be provided outside the cargo pump-room.
3.3.7 Where machinery is driven by shafting passing through a bulkhead or deck, gastight seals
with efficient lubrication or other means of ensuring the permanence of the gas seal shall be fitted
in way of the bulkhead or deck.
3.4
Access to spaces in the cargo area
3.4.1 Access to cofferdams, ballast tanks, cargo tanks and other spaces in the cargo area shall
be direct from the open deck and such as to ensure their complete inspection. Access to
double-bottom spaces may be through a cargo pump-room, pump-room, deep cofferdam, pipe
tunnel or similar compartments, subject to consideration of ventilation aspects.
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3.4.2 For access through horizontal openings, hatches or manholes, the dimensions shall be
sufficient to allow a person wearing a self-contained air-breathing apparatus and protective
equipment to ascend or descend any ladder without obstruction and also to provide a clear
opening to facilitate the hoisting of an injured person from the bottom of the space. The
minimum clear opening shall be not less than 600 mm by 600 mm.
3.4.3 For access through vertical openings, or manholes providing passage through the length
and breadth of the space, the minimum clear opening shall be not less than 600 mm by 800 mm
at a height of not more than 600 mm from the bottom shell plating unless gratings or other
footholds are provided.
3.4.4 Smaller dimensions may be approved by the Administration in special circumstances, if
the ability to traverse such openings or to remove an injured person can be proved to the
satisfaction of the Administration.
3.5
Bilge and ballast arrangements
3.5.1 Pumps, ballast lines, vent lines and other similar equipment serving permanent ballast
tanks shall be independent of similar equipment serving cargo tanks and of cargo tanks
themselves. Discharge arrangements for permanent ballast tanks sited immediately adjacent to
cargo tanks shall be outside machinery spaces and accommodation spaces. Filling arrangements
may be in the machinery spaces provided that such arrangements ensure filling from tank deck
level and non-return valves are fitted.
3.5.2 Filling of ballast in cargo tanks may be arranged from deck level by pumps serving
permanent ballast tanks, provided that the filling line has no permanent connection to cargo tanks
or piping and that non-return valves are fitted.
3.5.3 Bilge pumping arrangements for cargo pump-rooms, pump-rooms, void spaces, slop
tanks, double-bottom tanks and similar spaces shall be situated entirely within the cargo area
except for void spaces, double-bottom tanks and ballast tanks where such spaces are separated
from tanks containing cargo or residues of cargo by a double bulkhead.
3.6
Pump and pipeline identification
Provisions shall be made for the distinctive marking of pumps, valves and pipelines to identify
the service and tanks which they serve.
3.7
Bow or stern loading and unloading arrangements
3.7.1 Cargo piping may be fitted to permit bow or stern loading and unloading. Portable
arrangements shall not be permitted.
3.7.2 Bow or stern loading and unloading lines shall not be used for the transfer of products
required to be carried in type 1 ships. Bow and stern loading and unloading lines shall not be
used for the transfer of cargoes emitting toxic vapours required to comply with 15.12.1, unless
specifically approved by the Administration.
3.7.3
In addition to 5.1, the following provisions apply:
.1
The piping outside the cargo area shall be fitted at least 760 mm inboard on the
open deck. Such piping shall be clearly identified and fitted with a shutoff valve
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at its connection to the cargo piping system within the cargo area. At this
location, it shall also be capable of being separated by means of a removable
spool-piece and blank flanges when not in use.
.2
The shore connection shall be fitted with a shutoff valve and a blank flange.
.3
The piping shall be full-penetration butt-welded, and fully radiographed. Flange
connections in the piping shall only be permitted within the cargo area and at the
shore connection.
.4
Spray shields shall be provided at the connections specified in 3.7.3.1 as well as
collecting trays of sufficient capacity, with means for the disposal of drainage.
.5
The piping shall be self-draining to the cargo area and preferably into a cargo
tank. Alternative arrangements for draining the piping may be accepted by the
Administration.
.6
Arrangements shall be made to allow such piping to be purged after use and
maintained gas-safe when not in use. The vent pipes connected with the purge
shall be located in the cargo area. The relevant connections to the piping shall be
provided with a shutoff valve and blank flange.
3.7.4 Entrances, air inlets and openings to accommodation, service and machinery spaces and
control stations shall not face the cargo shore-connection location of bow or stern loading and
unloading arrangements. They shall be located on the outboard side of the superstructure or
deck-house at a distance of at least 4% of the length of the ship but not less than 3 m from the
end of the house facing the cargo shore-connection location of the bow or stern loading and
unloading arrangements. This distance, however, need not exceed 5 m. Sidescuttles facing the
shore-connection location and on the sides of the superstructure or deck-house within the
distance mentioned above shall be of the fixed (non-opening) type. In addition, during the use of
the bow or stern loading and unloading arrangements, all doors, ports and other openings on the
corresponding superstructure or deck-house side shall be kept closed. Where, in the case of
small ships, compliance with 3.2.3 and this paragraph is not possible, the Administration may
approve relaxations from the above requirements.
3.7.5 Air pipes and other openings to enclosed spaces not listed in 3.7.4 shall be shielded from
any spray which may come from a burst hose or connection.
3.7.6 Escape routes shall not terminate within the coamings required by 3.7.7 or within a
distance of 3 m beyond the coamings.
3.7.7 Continuous coamings of suitable height shall be fitted to keep any spills on deck and
away from the accommodation and service areas.
3.7.8 Electrical equipment within the coamings required by 3.7.7 or within a distance of 3 m
beyond the coamings shall be in accordance with the requirements of chapter 10.
3.7.9 Fire-fighting arrangements for the bow or stern loading and unloading areas shall be in
accordance with 11.3.16.
3.7.10 Means of communication between the cargo control station and the cargo
shore-connection location shall be provided and certified safe, if necessary. Provision shall be
made for the remote shutdown of cargo pumps from the cargo shore-connection location.
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Chapter 4
Cargo containment
4.1
Definitions
4.1.1 Independent tank means a cargo-containment envelope, which is not contiguous with, or
part of, the hull structure. An independent tank is built and installed so as to eliminate whenever
possible (or in any event to minimize) its stressing as a result of stressing or motion of the
adjacent hull structure. An independent tank is not essential to the structural completeness of the
ship's hull.
4.1.2 Integral tank means a cargo-containment envelope which forms part of the ship's hull and
which may be stressed in the same manner and by the same loads which stress the contiguous
hull structure and which is normally essential to the structural completeness of the ship's hull.
4.1.3 Gravity tank means a tank having a design pressure not greater than 0.07 MPa gauge at
the top of the tank. A gravity tank may be independent or integral. A gravity tank shall be
constructed and tested according to recognized standards, taking account of the temperature of
carriage and relative density of the cargo.
4.1.4 Pressure tank means a tank having a design pressure greater than 0.07 MPa gauge.
A pressure tank shall be an independent tank and shall be of a configuration permitting the
application of pressure-vessel design criteria according to recognized standards.
4.2
Tank type requirements for individual products
Requirements for both installation and design of tank types for individual products are shown in
column f in the table of chapter 17.
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Chapter 5
Cargo transfer
5.1
Piping scantlings
5.1.1 Subject to the conditions stated in 5.1.4 the wall thickness (t) of pipes shall not be less
than:
t=
t0 + b + c
(mm)
a
1−
100
where:
to = theoretical thickness
to = PD/(2Ke+P) (mm)
with
P = design pressure (MPa) referred to in 5.1.2
D = outside diameter (mm)
K = allowable stress (N/mm2) referred to in 5.1.5
e
= efficiency factor equal to 1.0 for seamless pipes and for longitudinally or spirally
welded pipes, delivered by approved manufacturers of welded pipes, which are
considered equivalent to seamless pipes when non-destructive testing on welds is
carried out in accordance with recognized standards. In other cases, an efficiency
factor of less than 1.0, in accordance with recognized standards, may be required
depending on the manufacturing process.
b = allowance for bending (mm). The value of b shall be chosen so that the calculated
stress in the bend, due to internal pressure only, does not exceed the allowable
stress. Where such justification is not given, b shall be not less than:
b=
Dt o
(mm)
2.5r
with
r
= mean radius of the bend (mm).
c
= corrosion allowance (mm). If corrosion or erosion is expected, the wall thickness
of piping shall be increased over that required by the other design requirements.
a
= negative manufacturing tolerance for thickness (%).
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5.1.2 The design pressure P in the formula for to in 5.1.1 is the maximum gauge pressure to
which the system may be subjected in service, taking into account the highest set pressure on any
relief valve on the system.
5.1.3 Piping and piping-system components which are not protected by a relief valve, or which
may be isolated from their relief valve, shall be designed for at least the greatest of:
.1
for piping systems or components, which may contain some liquid, the saturated
vapour pressure at 45°C;
.2
the pressure setting of the associated pump discharge relief valve;
.3
the maximum possible total pressure head at the outlet of the associated pumps
when a pump discharge relief valve is not installed.
5.1.4 The design pressure shall not be less than 1 MPa gauge except for open-ended lines,
where it shall be not less than 0.5 MPa gauge.
5.1.5 For pipes, the allowable stress K to be considered in the formula for to in 5.1.1 is the
lower of the following values:
R
Rm
or e
A
B
where:
Rm = specified minimum tensile strength at ambient temperature (N/mm2)
Re = specified minimum yield stress at ambient temperature (N/mm2). If the stress-strain
curve does not show a defined yield stress, the 0.2% proof stress applies.
A and B shall have values of at least A = 2.7 and B = 1.8.
5.1.6.1 The minimum wall thickness shall be in accordance with recognized standards.
5.1.6.2 Where necessary for mechanical strength to prevent damage, collapse, excessive sag or
buckling of pipes due to weight of pipes and content and to superimposed loads from supports,
ship deflection or other causes, the wall thickness shall be increased over that required by 5.1.1
or, if this is impracticable or would cause excessive local stresses, these loads shall be reduced,
protected against or eliminated by other design methods.
5.1.6.3 Flanges, valves and other fittings shall be in accordance with recognized standards, taking
into account the design pressure defined under 5.1.2.
5.1.6.4 For flanges not complying with a standard, the dimensions for flanges and associated
bolts shall be to the satisfaction of the Administration.
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5.2
Piping fabrication and joining details
5.2.1 The requirements of this section apply to piping inside and outside the cargo tanks.
However, relaxations from these requirements may be accepted in accordance with recognized
standards for open-ended piping and for piping inside cargo tanks except for cargo piping serving
other cargo tanks.
5.2.2 Cargo piping shall be joined by welding except:
5.2.3
.1
for approved connections to shutoff valves and expansion joints; and
.2
for other exceptional cases specifically approved by the Administration.
The following direct connections of pipe lengths without flanges may be considered:
.1
Butt-welded joints with complete penetration at the root may be used in all
applications.
.2
Slip-on welded joints with sleeves and related welding having dimensions in
accordance with recognized standards shall only be used for pipes with an external
diameter of 50 mm or less. This type of joint shall not be used when crevice
corrosion is expected to occur.
.3
Screwed connections, in accordance with recognized standards, shall only be used
for accessory lines and instrumentation lines with external diameters of 25 mm or
less.
5.2.4 Expansion of piping shall normally be allowed for by the provision of expansion loops or
bends in the piping system.
.1
Bellows, in accordance with recognized standards, may be specially considered.
.2
Slip joints shall not be used.
5.2.5 Welding, post-weld heat treatment and non-destructive testing shall be performed in
accordance with recognized standards.
5.3
Flange connections
5.3.1 Flanges shall be of the welded-neck, slip-on or socket-welded type.
socket-welded-type flanges shall not be used in nominal size above 50 mm.
However,
5.3.2
Flanges shall comply with recognized standards as to their type, manufacture and test.
5.4
Test requirements for piping
5.4.1 The test requirements of this section apply to piping inside and outside cargo tanks.
However, relaxations from these requirements may be accepted in accordance with recognized
standards for piping inside tanks and open-ended piping.
5.4.2 After assembly, each cargo piping system shall be subject to a hydrostatic test to at least
1.5 times the design pressure. When piping systems or parts of systems are completely
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manufactured and equipped with all fittings, the hydrostatic test may be conducted prior to
installation aboard the ship. Joints welded on board shall be hydrostatically tested to at least
1.5 times the design pressure.
5.4.3 After assembly on board, each cargo piping system shall be tested for leaks to a pressure
depending on the method applied.
5.5
Piping arrangements
5.5.1 Cargo piping shall not be installed under deck between the out-board side of the
cargo-containment spaces and the skin of the ship unless clearances required for damage
protection (see 2.6) are maintained; but such distances may be reduced where damage to the pipe
would not cause release of cargo provided that the clearance required for inspection purposes is
maintained.
5.5.2 Cargo piping located below the main deck may run from the tank it serves and penetrate
tank bulkheads or boundaries common to longitudinally or transversally adjacent cargo tanks,
ballast tanks, empty tanks, pump-rooms or cargo pump-rooms provided that inside the tank it
serves it is fitted with a stop-valve operable from the weather deck and provided cargo
compatibility is assured in the event of piping failure. As an exception, where a cargo tank is
adjacent to a cargo pump-room, the stop valve operable from the weather deck may be situated
on the tank bulkhead on the cargo pump-room side, provided an additional valve is fitted
between the bulkhead valve and the cargo pump. A totally enclosed hydraulically operated valve
located outside the cargo tank may, however, be accepted, provided that the valve is:
.1
designed to preclude the risk of leakage;
.2
fitted on the bulkhead of the cargo tank which it serves;
.3
suitably protected against mechanical damage;
.4
fitted at a distance from the shell as required for damage protection; and
.5
operable from the weather deck.
5.5.3 In any cargo pump-room where a pump serves more than one tank, a stop valve shall be
fitted in the line to each tank.
5.5.4 Cargo piping installed in pipe tunnels shall also comply with the requirements of 5.5.1
and 5.5.2. Pipe tunnels shall satisfy all tank requirements for construction, location and
ventilation and electrical hazard requirements. Cargo compatibility shall be assured in the event
of a piping failure. The tunnel shall not have any other openings except to the weather deck and
cargo pump-room or pump-room.
5.5.5 Cargo piping passing through bulkheads shall be so arranged as to preclude excessive
stresses at the bulkhead and shall not utilize flanges bolted through the bulkhead.
5.6
Cargo-transfer control systems
5.6.1 For the purpose of adequately controlling the cargo, cargo-transfer systems shall be
provided with:
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one stop-valve capable of being manually operated on each tank filling and
discharge line, located near the tank penetration; if an individual deepwell pump is
used to discharge the contents of a cargo tank, a stop-valve is not required on the
discharge line of that tank;
.2
one stop valve at each cargo-hose connection;
.3
remote shutdown devices for all cargo pumps and similar equipment.
5.6.2 The controls necessary during transfer or transport of cargoes covered by the Code other
than in cargo pump-rooms which have been dealt with elsewhere in the Code shall not be located
below the weather deck.
5.6.3 For certain products, additional cargo-transfer control requirements are shown in
column o in the table of chapter 17.
5.7
Ship's cargo hoses
5.7.1 Liquid and vapour hoses used for cargo transfer shall be compatible with the cargo and
suitable for the cargo temperature.
5.7.2 Hoses subject to tank pressure or the discharge pressure of pumps shall be designed for a
bursting pressure not less than 5 times the maximum pressure the hose will be subjected to during
cargo transfer.
5.7.3 For cargo hoses installed on board ships on or after 1 July 2002, each new type of cargo
hose, complete with end-fittings, shall be prototype-tested at a normal ambient temperature with
200 pressure cycles from zero to at least twice the specified maximum working pressure. After
this cycle pressure test has been carried out, the prototype test shall demonstrate a bursting
pressure of at least 5 times its specified maximum working pressure at the extreme service
temperature. Hoses used for prototype testing shall not be used for cargo service. Thereafter,
before being placed in service, each new length of cargo hose produced shall be hydrostatically
tested at ambient temperature to a pressure not less than 1.5 times its specified maximum
working pressure but not more than two-fifths of its bursting pressure. The hose shall be
stencilled or otherwise marked with the date of testing, its specified maximum working pressure
and, if used in services other than the ambient temperature services, its maximum and minimum
service temperature, as applicable. The specified maximum working pressure shall not be less
than 1 MPa gauge.
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Chapter 6
Materials of construction, protective linings and coatings
6.1
Structural materials used for tank construction, together with associated piping, pumps,
valves, vents and their jointing materials, shall be suitable at the temperature and pressure for the
cargo to be carried in accordance with recognized standards. Steel is assumed to be the normal
material of construction.
6.2
The shipyard is responsible for providing compatibility information to the ship operator
and/or master. This must be done in a timely manner before delivery of the ship or on
completion of a relevant modification of the material of construction.
6.3
Where applicable, the following should be taken into account in selecting the material of
construction:
.1
notch ductility at the operating temperature;
.2
corrosive effect of the cargo; and
.3
possibility of hazardous reactions between the cargo and the material of
construction.
6.4
The shipper of the cargo is responsible for providing compatibility information to the ship
operator and/or master. This must be done in a timely manner before transportation of the
product. The cargo shall be compatible with all materials of construction such that:
.1
no damage to the integrity of the materials of construction is incurred; and/or
.2
no hazardous, or potentially hazardous reaction is created.
6.5
When a product is submitted to IMO for evaluation, and where compatibility of the
product with materials referred to in paragraph 6.1 renders special requirements, the
BLG Product Data Reporting form shall provide information on the required materials of
construction. These requirements shall be reflected in chapter 15 and consequentially be referred
to in column o of chapter 17. The reporting form shall also indicate if no special requirements
are necessary. The producer of the product is responsible for providing the correct information.
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Chapter 7
Cargo temperature control
7.1
General
7.1.1 When provided, any cargo heating or cooling systems shall be constructed, fitted and
tested to the satisfaction of the Administration. Materials used in the construction of
temperature-control systems shall be suitable for use with the product intended to be carried.
7.1.2 Heating or cooling media shall be of a type approved for use with the specific cargo.
Consideration shall be given to the surface temperature of heating coils or ducts to avoid
dangerous reactions from localized overheating or overcooling of cargo. (See also 15.13.6.)
7.1.3 Heating or cooling systems shall be provided with valves to isolate the system for each
tank and to allow manual regulation of flow.
7.1.4 In any heating or cooling system, means shall be provided to ensure that, when in any
condition other than empty, a higher pressure can be maintained within the system than the
maximum pressure head that could be exerted by the cargo tank contents on the system.
7.1.5 Means shall be provided for measuring the cargo temperature.
.1
The means for measuring the cargo temperature shall be of restricted or closed
type, respectively, when a restricted or closed gauging device is required for
individual substances, as shown in column j in the table of chapter 17.
.2
A restricted temperature-measuring device is subject to the definition for a
restricted gauging device in 13.1.1.2 (e.g. a portable thermometer lowered inside a
gauge tube of the restricted type).
.3
A closed temperature-measuring device is subject to the definition for a closed
gauging device in 13.1.1.3 (e.g. a remote-reading thermometer of which the sensor
is installed in the tank).
.4
When overheating or overcooling could result in a dangerous condition, an alarm
system which monitors the cargo temperature shall be provided. (See also
operational requirements in 16.6.)
7.1.6 When products for which 15.12, 15.12.1 or 15.12.3 are listed in column o in the table of
chapter 17 are being heated or cooled, the heating or cooling medium shall operate in a circuit:
.1
which is independent of other ship's services, except for another cargo heating or
cooling system, and which does not enter the machinery space; or
.2
which is external to the tank carrying toxic products; or
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7.2
where the medium is sampled to check for the presence of cargo before it is
recirculated to other services of the ship or into the machinery space. The
sampling equipment shall be located within the cargo area and be capable of
detecting the presence of any toxic cargo being heated or cooled. Where this
method is used, the coil return shall be tested not only at the commencement of
heating or cooling of a toxic product, but also on the first occasion the coil is used
subsequent to having carried an unheated or uncooled toxic cargo.
Additional requirements
For certain products, additional requirements contained in chapter 15 are shown in column o in
the table of chapter 17.
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Chapter 8
Cargo tank venting and gas-freeing arrangements
8.1
Application
8.1.1 Unless expressly provided otherwise, this chapter applies to ships constructed on or after
1 January 1994.
8.1.2 Ships constructed before 1 January 1994 shall comply with the requirements of chapter 8
of this Code which were in force prior to the said date.
8.1.3 For the purpose of this regulation, the term “ship constructed” is as defined in SOLAS
regulation II-1/1.3.1.
8.1.4 Ships constructed on or after 1 July 1986 but before 1 January 1994 which fully comply
with the requirements of the Code applicable at that time may be regarded as complying with the
requirements of SOLAS regulations II-2/4.5.3, 4.5.6 to 4.5.8, 4.5.10 and 11.6.
8.1.5 For ships to which the Code applies, the requirements of this chapter shall apply in lieu of
SOLAS regulations II-2/4.5.3 and 4.5.6.
8.1.6 Ships constructed on or after 1 July 1986, but before 1 July 2002 shall comply with the
requirements of 8.3.3.
8.2
Cargo tank venting
8.2.1 All cargo tanks shall be provided with a venting system appropriate to the cargo being
carried and these systems shall be independent of the air pipes and venting systems of all other
compartments of the ship. Tank venting systems shall be designed so as to minimize the
possibility of cargo vapour accumulating about the decks, entering accommodation, service and
machinery spaces and control stations and, in the case of flammable vapours, entering or
collecting in spaces or areas containing sources of ignition. Tank venting systems shall be
arranged to prevent entrance of water into the cargo tanks and, at the same time, vent outlets shall
direct the vapour discharge upwards in the form of unimpeded jets.
8.2.2 The venting systems shall be connected to the top of each cargo tank and as far as
practicable the cargo vent lines shall be self-draining back to the cargo tanks under all normal
operational conditions of list and trim. Where it is necessary to drain venting systems above the
level of any pressure/vacuum valve, capped or plugged drain cocks shall be provided.
8.2.3 Provision shall be made to ensure that the liquid head in any tank does not exceed the
design head of the tank. Suitable high-level alarms, overflow control systems or spill valves,
together with gauging and tank filling procedures, may be accepted for this purpose. Where the
means of limiting cargo tank overpressure includes an automatic closing valve, the valve shall
comply with the appropriate provisions of 15.19.
8.2.4 Tank venting systems shall be designed and operated so as to ensure that neither pressure
nor vacuum created in the cargo tanks during loading or unloading exceeds tank design
parameters. The main factors to be considered in the sizing of a tank venting system are as
follows:
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design loading and unloading rate;
.2
gas evolution during loading: this shall be taken account of by multiplying the
maximum loading rate by a factor of at least 1.25;
.3
density of the cargo vapour mixture;
.4
pressure loss in vent piping and across valves and fittings; and
.5
pressure/vacuum settings of relief devices.
8.2.5 Tank vent piping connected to cargo tanks of corrosion-resistant material, or to tanks
which are lined or coated to handle special cargoes as required by the Code, shall be similarly
lined or coated or constructed of corrosion-resistant material.
8.2.6 The master shall be provided with the maximum permissible loading and unloading rates
for each tank or group of tanks consistent with the design of the venting systems.
8.3
Types of tank venting systems
8.3.1 An open tank venting system is a system which offers no restriction except for friction
losses to the free flow of cargo vapours to and from the cargo tanks during normal operations.
An open venting system may consist of individual vents from each tank, or such individual vents
may be combined into a common header or headers, with due regard to cargo segregation. In no
case shall shutoff valves be fitted either to the individual vents or to the header.
8.3.2 A controlled tank venting system is a system in which pressure- and vacuum-relief valves
or pressure/vacuum valves are fitted to each tank to limit the pressure or vacuum in the tank.
A controlled venting system may consist of individual vents from each tank or such individual
vents on the pressure side only as may be combined into a common header or headers, with due
regard to cargo segregation. In no case shall shut-off valves be fitted either above or below
pressure- or vacuum-relief valves or pressure/vacuum valves. Provision may be made for
bypassing a pressure- or vacuum-relief valve or pressure/vacuum valve under certain operating
conditions provided that the requirement of 8.3.6 is maintained and that there is suitable
indication to show whether or not the valve is bypassed.
8.3.3 Controlled tank venting systems shall consist of a primary and a secondary means of
allowing full flow relief of vapour to prevent over-pressure or under-pressure in the event of
failure of one means. Alternatively, the secondary means may consist of pressure sensors fitted
in each tank with a monitoring system in the ship's cargo control room or position from which
cargo operations are normally carried out. Such monitoring equipment shall also provide an
alarm facility which is activated by detection of over-pressure or under-pressure conditions
within a tank.
8.3.4
The position of vent outlets of a controlled tank venting system shall be arranged:
.1
at a height of not less than 6 m above the weather deck or above a raised walkway
if fitted within 4 m of the raised walkway; and
.2
at a distance of at least 10 m measured horizontally from the nearest air intake or
opening to accommodation, service and machinery spaces and ignition sources.
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8.3.5 The vent outlet height referred to in 8.3.4.1 may be reduced to 3 m above the deck or a
raised walkway, as applicable, provided that high-velocity venting valves of an approved type,
directing the vapour/air mixture upwards in an unimpeded jet with an exit velocity of at least
30 m/s, are fitted.
8.3.6 Controlled tank venting systems fitted to tanks to be used for cargoes having a flashpoint
not exceeding 60°C (closed-cup test) shall be provided with devices to prevent the passage of
flame into the cargo tanks. The design, testing and locating of the devices shall comply with the
requirements of the Administration, which shall contain at least the standards adopted by the
Organization.
8.3.7 In designing venting systems and in the selection of devices to prevent the passage of
flame for incorporation into the tank venting system, due attention shall be paid to the possibility
of the blockage of these systems and fittings by, for example, the freezing of cargo vapour,
polymer build-up, atmospheric dust or icing up in adverse weather conditions. In this context it
shall be noted that flame arresters and flame screens are more susceptible to blockage.
Provisions shall be made such that the system and fittings may be inspected, operationally
checked, cleaned or renewed as applicable.
8.3.8 Reference in 8.3.1 and 8.3.2 to the use of shutoff valves in the venting lines shall be
interpreted to extend to all other means of stoppage, including spectacle blanks and blank
flanges.
8.4
Venting requirements for individual products
Venting requirements for individual products are shown in column g, and additional requirements
in column o in the table of chapter 17.
8.5
Cargo tank gas-freeing
8.5.1 The arrangements for gas-freeing cargo tanks used for cargoes other than those for which
open venting is permitted shall be such as to minimize the hazards due to the dispersal of
flammable or toxic vapours in the atmosphere and to flammable or toxic vapour mixtures in a
cargo tank. Accordingly, gas-freeing operations shall be carried out such that vapour is initially
discharged:
.1
through the vent outlets specified in 8.3.4 and 8.3.5; or
.2
through outlets at least 2 m above the cargo tank deck level with a vertical exit
velocity of at least 30 m/s maintained during the gas-freeing operation; or
.3
through outlets at least 2 m above the cargo tank deck level with a vertical exit
velocity of at least 20 m/s which are protected by suitable devices to prevent the
passage of flame.
When the flammable vapour concentration at the outlets has been reduced to 30% of the lower
flammable limit and, in the case of a toxic product, the vapour concentration does not present a
significant health hazard, gas-freeing may thereafter be continued at cargo tank deck level.
8.5.2 The outlets referred to in 8.5.1.2 and 8.5.1.3 may be fixed or portable pipes.
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8.5.3 In designing a gas-freeing system in conformity with 8.5.1, particularly in order to
achieve the required exit velocities of 8.5.1.2 and 8.5.1.3, due consideration shall be given to the
following:
.1
materials of construction of system;
.2
time to gas-free;
.3
flow characteristics of fans to be used;
.4
the pressure losses created by ducting, piping, cargo tank inlets and outlets;
.5
the pressure achievable in the fan driving medium (e.g. water or compressed air);
and
.6
the densities of the cargo vapour/air mixtures for the range of cargoes to be
carried.
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Chapter 9
Environmental control
9.1
General
9.1.1 Vapour spaces within cargo tanks and, in some cases, spaces surrounding cargo tanks
may require to have specially controlled atmospheres.
9.1.2
There are four different types of control for cargo tanks, as follows:
.1
Inerting: by filling the cargo tank and associated piping systems and, where
specified in chapter 15, the spaces surrounding the cargo tanks, with a gas or
vapour which will not support combustion and which will not react with the cargo,
and maintaining that condition.
.2
Padding: by filling the cargo tank and associated piping systems with a liquid,
gas or vapour which separates the cargo from the air, and maintaining that
condition.
.3
Drying: by filling the cargo tank and associated piping systems with moisturefree gas or vapour with a dewpoint of -40°C or below at atmospheric pressure, and
maintaining that condition.
.4
Ventilation: forced or natural.
9.1.3 Where inerting or padding of cargo tanks is required:
.1
An adequate supply of inert gas for use in filling and discharging the cargo tanks
shall be carried or shall be manufactured on board unless a shore supply is
available. In addition, sufficient inert gas shall be available on the ship to
compensate for normal losses during transportation.
.2
The inert gas system on board the ship shall be able to maintain a pressure of at
least 0.007 MPa gauge within the containment system at all times. In addition, the
inert gas system shall not raise the cargo tank pressure to more than the tank's
relief-valve setting.
.3
Where padding is used, similar arrangements for supply of the padding medium
shall be made as required for inert gas in 9.1.3.1 and 9.1.3.2.
.4
Means shall be provided for monitoring ullage spaces containing a gas blanket to
ensure that the correct atmosphere is being maintained.
.5
Inerting or padding arrangements or both, where used with flammable cargoes,
shall be such as to minimize the creation of static electricity during the admission
of the inerting medium.
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9.1.4 Where drying is used and dry nitrogen is used as the medium, similar arrangements for
supply of the drying agent shall be made to those required in 9.1.3. Where drying agents are
used as the drying medium on all air inlets to the tank, sufficient medium shall be carried for the
duration of the voyage, taking into consideration the diurnal temperature range and the expected
humidity.
9.2
Environmental control requirements for individual products
The required types of environmental control for certain products are shown in column h in the
table of chapter 17.
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Chapter 10
Electrical installations
10.1
General
10.1.1 The provisions of this chapter are applicable to ships carrying cargoes which are
inherently, or due to their reaction with other substances, flammable or corrosive to the electrical
equipment, and shall be applied in conjunction with applicable electrical requirements of part D
of chapter II-1 of SOLAS.
10.1.2.1 Electrical installations shall be such as to minimize the risk of fire and explosion from
flammable products.
10.1.2.2 Where the specific cargo is liable to damage the materials normally used in electrical
apparatus, due consideration shall be given to the particular characteristics of the materials
chosen for conductors, insulation, metal parts, etc. As far as necessary, these components shall
be protected to prevent contact with gases or vapours liable to be encountered.
10.1.3 The Administration shall take appropriate steps to ensure uniformity in the
implementation and the application of the provisions of this chapter in respect of electrical
installations.
10.1.4 Electrical equipment, cables and wiring shall not be installed in the hazardous locations
unless it conforms with the standards not inferior to those acceptable to the Organization*.
However, for locations not covered by such standards, electrical equipment, cables and wiring
which do not conform to the standards may be installed in hazardous locations based on a risk
assessment to the satisfaction of the Administration, to ensure that an equivalent level of safety is
assured.
10.1.5 Where electrical equipment is installed in hazardous locations, as permitted in this
chapter, it shall be to the satisfaction of the Administration and certified by the relevant
authorities recognized by the Administration for operation in the flammable atmosphere
concerned, as indicated in column i in the table of chapter 17.
10.1.6 For guidance, indication is given if the flashpoint of a substance is in excess of 60°C. In
the case of a heated cargo, carriage conditions might need to be established and the requirements
for cargoes having a flashpoint not exceeding 60ºC applied.
10.2
Bonding
Independent cargo tanks shall be electrically bonded to the hull. All gasketed cargo-pipe joints
and hose connections shall be electrically bonded.
10.3
Electrical requirements for individual products
Electrical requirements for individual products are shown in column i in the table of chapter 17.
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Chapter 11
Fire protection and fire extinction
11.1
Application
11.1.1 The requirements for tankers in SOLAS chapter II-2 shall apply to ships covered by the
Code, irrespective of tonnage, including ships of less than 500 tons gross tonnage, except that:
.1
regulations 4.5.5, 10.8 and 10.9 shall not apply;
.2
regulation 4.5.1.2 (i.e. the requirements for location of the main cargo control
station) need not apply;
.3
regulations 10.2, 10.4, and 10.5 shall apply as they would apply to cargo ships of
2,000 tons gross tonnage and over;
.4
the provisions of 11.3 shall apply in lieu of regulation 10.8; and
.5
the provisions of 11.2 shall apply in lieu of regulation 10.9.
11.1.2 Notwithstanding the provisions of 11.1.1, ships engaged solely in the carriage of products
which are non-flammable (entry NF in column i of the table of minimum requirements) need not
comply with requirements for tankers specified in SOLAS chapter II-2, provided that they
comply with the requirements for cargo ships of that chapter, except that regulation 10.7 need not
apply to such ships and 11.2 and 11.3, hereunder, need not apply.
11.1.3 For ships engaged solely in the carriage of products with a flashpoint of 60°C and above
(entry “Yes” in column i of the table of minimum requirements), the requirements of SOLAS
chapter II-2 may apply as specified in regulation II-2/1.6.4 in lieu of the provisions of this
chapter.
11.2
Cargo pump-rooms
11.2.1 The cargo pump-room of any ship shall be provided with a fixed carbon dioxide
fire-extinguishing system as specified in SOLAS regulation II-2/10.9.1.1. A notice shall be
exhibited at the controls stating that the system is only to be used for fire-extinguishing and not
for inerting purposes, due to the electrostatic ignition hazard. The alarms referred to in SOLAS
regulation II-2/10.9.1.1.1 shall be safe for use in a flammable cargo vapour/air mixture. For the
purpose of this requirement, an extinguishing system shall be provided which would be suitable
for machinery spaces. However, the amount of gas carried shall be sufficient to provide a
quantity of free gas equal to 45% of the gross volume of the cargo pump-room in all cases.
11.2.2 Cargo pump-rooms of ships which are dedicated to the carriage of a restricted number of
cargoes shall be protected by an appropriate fire-extinguishing system approved by the
Administration.
11.2.3 If cargoes are to be carried which are not suited to extinguishment by carbon dioxide or
equivalent media, the cargo pump-room shall be protected by a fire extinguishing system
consisting of either a fixed pressure water spray or high expansion foam system. The
International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk shall reflect
this conditional requirement.
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11.3
Cargo area
11.3.1 Every ship shall be provided with a fixed deck foam system in accordance with the
requirements of 11.3.2 to 11.3.12.
11.3.2 Only one type of foam concentrate shall be supplied, and it shall be effective for the
maximum possible number of cargoes intended to be carried. For other cargoes for which foam
is not effective or is incompatible, additional arrangements to the satisfaction of the
Administration shall be provided. Regular protein foam shall not be used.
11.3.3 The arrangements for providing foam shall be capable of delivering foam to the entire
cargo tanks deck area as well as into any cargo tank, the deck of which is assumed to be ruptured.
11.3.4 The deck foam system shall be capable of simple and rapid operation. The main control
station for the system shall be suitably located outside of the cargo area, adjacent to the
accommodation spaces and readily accessible and operable in the event of fires in the areas
protected.
11.3.5 The rate of supply of foam solution shall be not less than the greatest of the following:
.1
2 l/min per square metre of the cargo tanks deck area, where cargo tanks deck area
means the maximum breadth of the ship times the total longitudinal extent of the
cargo tank spaces;
.2
20 l/min per square metre of the horizontal sectional area of the single tank having
the largest such area;
.3
10 l/min per square metre of the area protected by the largest monitor, such area
being entirely forward of the monitor, but not less than 1,250 l/min. For ships less
than 4,000 tonnes deadweight, the minimum capacity of the monitor shall be to
the satisfaction of the Administration.
11.3.6 Sufficient foam concentrate shall be supplied to ensure at least 30 min of foam generation
when using the highest of the solution rates stipulated in 11.3.5.1, 11.3.5.2 and 11.3.5.3.
11.3.7 Foam from the fixed foam system shall be supplied by means of monitors and foam
applicators. At least 50% of the foam rate required in 11.3.5.1 or 11.3.5.2 shall be delivered from
each monitor. The capacity of any monitor shall be at least 10 l/min of foam solution per square
metre of deck area protected by that monitor, such area being entirely forward of the monitor.
Such capacity shall be not less than 1,250 l/min. For ships less than 4,000 tonnes deadweight,
the minimum capacity of the monitor shall be to the satisfaction of the Administration.
11.3.8 The distance from the monitor to the farthest extremity of the protected area forward of
that monitor shall be not more than 75% of the monitor throw in still air conditions.
11.3.9 A monitor and hose connection for a foam applicator shall be situated both port and
starboard at the poop front or accommodation spaces facing the cargo area.
11.3.10 Applicators shall be provided for flexibility of action during fire- fighting operations and
to cover areas screened from the monitors. The capacity of any applicator shall be not less than
400 l/min and the applicator throw in still air conditions shall be not less than 15 m. The number
of foam applicators provided shall be not less than four. The number and disposition of foam
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main outlets shall be such that foam from at least two applicators can be directed to any part of
the cargo tanks deck area.
11.3.11 Valves shall be provided in the foam main, and in the fire main where this is an integral
part of the deck foam system, immediately forward of any monitor position to isolate damaged
sections of those mains.
11.3.12 Operation of a deck foam system at its required output shall permit the simultaneous use
of the minimum required number of jets of water at the required pressure from the fire main.
11.3.13 Ships which are dedicated to the carriage of a restricted number of cargoes shall be
protected by alternative provisions to the satisfaction of the Administration when they are just as
effective for the products concerned as the deck foam system required for the generality of
flammable cargoes.
11.3.14 Suitable portable fire-extinguishing equipment for the products to be carried shall be
provided and kept in good operating order.
11.3.15 Where flammable cargoes are to be carried, all sources of ignition shall be excluded
from hazardous locations unless such sources conform with 10.1.4.
11.3.16 Ships fitted with bow or stern loading and unloading arrangements shall be provided
with one additional foam monitor meeting the requirements of 11.3.7 and one additional
applicator meeting the requirements of 11.3.10. The additional monitor shall be located to
protect the bow or stern loading and unloading arrangements. The area of the cargo line forward
or aft of the cargo area shall be protected by the above-mentioned applicator.
11.4
Special requirements
All fire-extinguishing media determined to be effective for each product are listed in column l in
the table of chapter 17.
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Chapter 12
Mechanical ventilation in the cargo area
For ships to which the Code applies, the requirements of this chapter replace the requirements of
SOLAS regulations II-2/4.5.2.6 and 4.5.4.
However, for products addressed under paragraphs 11.1.2 and 11.1.3, except acids and products
for which paragraph 15.17 applies, SOLAS regulations II-2/4.5.2.6 and 4.5.4 may apply in lieu of
the provisions of this chapter.
12.1
Spaces normally entered during cargo-handling operations
12.1.1 Cargo pump-rooms and other enclosed spaces which contain cargo-handling equipment
and similar spaces in which work is performed on the cargo shall be fitted with mechanical
ventilation systems, capable of being controlled from outside such spaces.
12.1.2 Provision shall be made to ventilate such spaces prior to entering the compartment and
operating the equipment and a warning notice requiring the use of such ventilation shall be
placed outside the compartment.
12.1.3 Mechanical ventilation inlets and outlets shall be arranged to ensure sufficient air
movement through the space to avoid the accumulation of toxic or flammable vapours or both
(taking into account their vapour densities) and to ensure sufficient oxygen to provide a safe
working environment, but in no case shall the ventilation system have a capacity of less than
30 changes of air per hour, based upon the total volume of the space. For certain products,
increased ventilation rates for cargo pump-rooms are prescribed in 15.17.
12.1.4 Ventilation systems shall be permanent and shall normally be of the extraction type.
Extraction from above and below the floor plates shall be possible. In rooms housing motors
driving cargo pumps, the ventilation shall be of the positive-pressure type.
12.1.5 Ventilation exhaust ducts from spaces within the cargo area shall discharge upwards in
locations at least 10 m in the horizontal direction from ventilation intakes and openings to
accommodation, service and machinery spaces and control stations and other spaces outside the
cargo area.
12.1.6 Ventilation intakes shall be so arranged as to minimize the possibility of recycling
hazardous vapours from any ventilation discharge opening.
12.1.7 Ventilation ducts shall not be led through accommodation, service and machinery spaces
or other similar spaces.
12.1.8 Electric motors driving fans shall be placed outside the ventilation ducts if the carriage of
flammable products is intended. Ventilation fans and fan ducts, in way of fans only, for
hazardous locations referred to in chapter 10 shall be of non-sparking construction, defined as:
.1
impellers or housing of non-metallic construction, due regard being paid to the
elimination of static electricity;
.2
impellers and housing of non-ferrous materials;
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impellers and housing of austenitic stainless steel; and
.4
ferrous impellers and housing with not less than 13 mm design tip clearance.
Any combination of an aluminium or a magnesium alloy fixed or rotating component and a
ferrous fixed or rotating component, regardless of tip clearance, is considered a sparking hazard
and shall not be used in these places.
12.1.9 Sufficient spare parts shall be carried for each type of fan on board required by this
chapter.
12.1.10 Protection screens of not more than 13 mm square mesh shall be fitted in outside
openings of ventilation ducts.
12.2
Pump-rooms and other enclosed spaces normally entered
Pump-rooms and other enclosed spaces normally entered which are not covered by 12.1.1 shall
be fitted with mechanical ventilation systems, capable of being controlled from outside such
spaces and complying with the requirements of 12.1.3, except that the capacity shall not be less
than 20 changes of air per hour, based upon the total volume of the space. Provision shall be
made to ventilate such spaces prior to personnel entering.
12.3
Spaces not normally entered
Double bottoms, cofferdams, duct keels, pipe tunnels, hold spaces and other spaces where cargo
may accumulate shall be capable of being ventilated to ensure a safe environment when entry
into the spaces is necessary. Where a permanent ventilation system is not provided for such
spaces, approved means of portable mechanical ventilation shall be provided. Where necessary,
owing to the arrangement of spaces, for instance hold spaces, essential ducting for ventilation
shall be permanently installed. For permanent installations the capacity of eight air changes per
hour shall be provided and for portable systems the capacity of 16 air changes per hour. Fans or
blowers shall be clear of personnel access openings, and shall comply with 12.1.8.
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Chapter 13
Instrumentation
13.1
Gauging
13.1.1 Cargo tanks shall be fitted with one of the following types of gauging devices:
.1
Open device: which makes use of an opening in the tanks and may expose the
gauger to the cargo or its vapour. An example of this is the ullage opening.
.2
Restricted device: which penetrates the tank and which, when in use, permits a
small quantity of cargo vapour or liquid to be exposed to the atmosphere. When
not in use, the device is completely closed. The design shall ensure that no
dangerous escape of tank contents (liquid or spray) can take place in opening the
device.
.3
Closed device: which penetrates the tank, but which is part of a closed system and
keeps tank contents from being released. Examples are the float-type systems,
electronic probe, magnetic probe and protected sight-glass. Alternatively, an
indirect device which does not penetrate the tank shell and which is independent
of the tank may be used. Examples are weighing of cargo, pipe flow meter.
13.1.2 Gauging devices shall be independent of the equipment required under 15.19.
13.1.3 Open gauging and restricted gauging shall be allowed only where:
.1
open venting is allowed by the Code; or
.2
means are provided for relieving tank pressure before the gauge is operated.
13.1.4 Types of gauging for individual products are shown in column j in the table of chapter 17.
13.2
Vapour detection
13.2.1 Ships carrying toxic or flammable products or both shall be equipped with at least
two instruments designed and calibrated for testing for the specific vapours in question. If such
instruments are not capable of testing for both toxic concentrations and flammable
concentrations, then two separate sets of instruments shall be provided.
13.2.2 Vapour-detection instruments may be portable or fixed. If a fixed system is installed, at
least one portable instrument shall be provided.
13.2.3 When toxic-vapour-detection equipment is not available for some products which require
such detection, as indicated in column k in the table of chapter 17, the Administration may
exempt the ship from the requirement, provided an appropriate entry is made on the International
Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk. When granting such an
exemption, the Administration shall recognize the necessity for additional breathing-air supply
and an entry shall be made on the International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of
Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk drawing attention to the provisions of 14.2.4 and 16.4.2.2.
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13.2.4 Vapour-detection requirements for individual products are shown in column k in the table
of chapter 17.
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Chapter 14
Personnel protection
14.1
Protective equipment
14.1.1 For the protection of crew members who are engaged in loading and discharging
operations, the ship shall have on board suitable protective equipment consisting of large aprons,
special gloves with long sleeves, suitable footwear, coveralls of chemical-resistant material, and
tight-fitting goggles or face shields or both. The protective clothing and equipment shall cover
all skin so that no part of the body is unprotected.
14.1.2 Work clothes and protective equipment shall be kept in easily accessible places and in
special lockers. Such equipment shall not be kept within accommodation spaces, with the
exception of new, unused equipment and equipment which has not been used since undergoing a
thorough cleaning process. The Administration may, however, approve storage rooms for such
equipment within accommodation spaces if adequately segregated from living spaces such as
cabins, passageways, dining rooms, bathrooms, etc.
14.1.3 Protective equipment shall be used in any operation, which may entail danger to
personnel.
14.2
Safety equipment
14.2.1 Ships carrying cargoes for which 15.12, 15.12.1 or 15.12.3 is listed in column o in the
table of chapter 17 shall have on board sufficient but not less than three complete sets of safety
equipment, each permitting personnel to enter a gas-filled compartment and perform work there
for at least 20 min. Such equipment shall be in addition to that required by SOLAS
regulation II-2/10.10.
14.2.2 One complete set of safety equipment shall consist of:
.1
one self-contained air-breathing apparatus (not using stored oxygen);
.2
protective clothing, boots, gloves and tight-fitting goggles;
.3
fireproof lifeline with belt resistant to the cargoes carried; and
.4
explosion-proof lamp.
14.2.3 For the safety equipment required in 14.2.1, all ships shall carry either:
.1
one set of fully charged spare air bottles for each breathing apparatus;
.2
a special air compressor suitable for the supply of high-pressure air of the required
purity;
.3
a charging manifold capable of dealing with sufficient spare air bottles for the
breathing apparatus; or
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fully charged spare air bottles with a total free air capacity of at least 6,000 l for
each breathing apparatus on board in excess of the requirements of SOLAS
regulation II-2/10.10.
14.2.4 A cargo pump-room on ships carrying cargoes which are subject to the requirements of
15.18 or cargoes for which in column k in the table of chapter 17 toxic-vapour-detection
equipment is required but is not available shall have either:
.1
a low-pressure line system with hose connections suitable for use with the
breathing apparatus required by 14.2.1. This system shall provide sufficient
high-pressure air capacity to supply, through pressure-reduction devices, enough
low-pressure air to enable two men to work in a gas-dangerous space for at least
1 h without using the air bottles of the breathing apparatus. Means shall be
provided for recharging the fixed air bottles and the breathing apparatus air bottles
from a special air compressor suitable for the supply of high-pressure air of the
required purity; or
.2
an equivalent quantity of spare bottled air in lieu of the low-pressure air line.
14.2.5 At least one set of safety equipment as required by 14.2.2 shall be kept in a suitable
clearly marked locker in a readily accessible place near the cargo pump-room. The other sets of
safety equipment shall also be kept in suitable, clearly marked, easily accessible places.
14.2.6 The breathing apparatus shall be inspected at least once a month by a responsible officer,
and the inspection recorded in the ship's log-book. The equipment shall be inspected and tested
by an expert at least once a year.
14.3
Emergency equipment
14.3.1 Ships carrying cargoes, for which “Yes” is indicated in column n of chapter 17, shall be
provided with suitable respiratory and eye protection sufficient for every person on board for
emergency escape purposes, subject to the following:
.1
filter-type respiratory protection is unacceptable;
.2
self-contained breathing apparatus shall have at least a duration of service of
15 min;
.3
emergency escape respiratory protection shall not be used for fire-fighting or
cargo-handling purposes and shall be marked to that effect.
14.3.2 The ship shall have on board medical first-aid equipment, including oxygen resuscitation
equipment and antidotes for cargoes to be carried, based on the guidelines developed by the
Organization.
14.3.3 A stretcher which is suitable for hoisting an injured person up from spaces such as the
cargo pump-room shall be placed in a readily accessible location.
14.3.4 Suitably marked decontamination showers and an eyewash shall be available on deck in
convenient locations. The showers and eyewash shall be operable in all ambient conditions.
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Chapter 15
Special requirements
15.1
General
15.1.1 The provisions of this chapter are applicable where specific reference is made in column o
in the table of chapter 17. These requirements are additional to the general requirements of
the Code.
15.2
Ammonium nitrate solution (93% or less)
15.2.1 The ammonium nitrate solution shall contain at least 7% by weight of water. The acidity
(pH) of the cargo when diluted with ten parts of water to one part of cargo by weight shall be
between 5.0 and 7.0. The solution shall not contain more than 10 ppm chloride ions, 10 ppm
ferric ions and shall be free of other contaminants.
15.2.2 Tanks and equipment for ammonium nitrate solution shall be independent of tanks and
equipment containing other cargoes or combustible products. Equipment which may, in service
or when defective, release combustible products into the cargo (e.g. lubricants), shall not be used.
Tanks shall not be used for seawater ballast.
15.2.3 Except where expressly approved by the Administration, ammonium nitrate solutions
shall not be transported in tanks which have previously contained other cargoes unless tanks and
associated equipment have been cleaned to the satisfaction of the Administration.
15.2.4 The temperature of the heat-exchanging medium in the tank heating system shall not
exceed 160°C. The heating system shall be provided with a control system to keep the cargo at a
bulk mean temperature of 140°C. High-temperature alarms at 145°C and 150°C and a
low-temperature alarm at 125°C shall be provided.
Where the temperature of the
heat-exchanging medium exceeds 160°C, an alarm shall also be given. Temperature alarms and
controls shall be located on the navigating bridge.
15.2.5 If the bulk mean cargo temperature reaches 145°C, a cargo sample shall be diluted with
ten parts of distilled or demineralized water to one part of cargo by weight and the pH shall be
determined by means of a narrow-range indicator paper or stick. Acidity measurements shall
then be taken every 24 hours. If the pH is found to be below 4.2, ammonia gas shall be injected
into the cargo until the pH of 5.0 is reached.
15.2.6 A fixed installation shall be provided to inject ammonia gas into the cargo. Controls for
this system shall be located on the navigation bridge. For this purpose, 300 kg of ammonia per
1,000 tonnes of ammonium nitrate solution shall be available on board.
15.2.7 Cargo pumps shall be of the centrifugal deepwell type or of the centrifugal type with
water-flushed seals.
15.2.8 Vent piping shall be fitted with approved weatherhoods to prevent clogging.
weatherhoods shall be accessible for inspection and cleaning.
Such
15.2.9 Hot work on tanks, piping and equipment which have been in contact with ammonium
nitrate solution shall only be done after all traces of ammonium nitrate have been removed, inside
as well as outside.
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15.3
Carbon disulphide
Carbon disulphide may be carried either under a water pad or under a suitable inert gas pad as
specified in the following paragraphs.
Carriage under water pad
15.3.1 Provision shall be made to maintain a water pad in the cargo tank during loading,
unloading and transit. In addition, an inert-gas pad shall be maintained in the ullage space during
transit.
15.3.2 All openings shall be in the top of the tank, above the deck.
15.3.3 Loading lines shall terminate near the bottom of the tank.
15.3.4 A standard ullage opening shall be provided for emergency sounding.
15.3.5 Cargo piping and vent lines shall be independent of piping and vent lines used for other
cargo.
15.3.6 Pumps may be used for discharging cargo, provided they are of the deepwell or
hydraulically driven submersible types. The means of driving a deepwell pump shall not present
a source of ignition for carbon disulphide and shall not employ equipment that may exceed a
temperature of 80°C.
15.3.7 If a cargo discharge pump is used, it shall be inserted through a cylindrical well extending
from the tank top to a point near the tank bottom. A water pad shall be formed in this well before
attempting pump removal unless the tank has been certified as gas-free.
15.3.8 Water or inert-gas displacement may be used for discharging cargo, provided the cargo
system is designed for the expected pressure and temperature.
15.3.9 Safety relief valves shall be of stainless steel construction.
15.3.10 Because of its low ignition temperature and close clearances required to arrest its flame
propagation, only intrinsically safe systems and circuits are permitted in the hazardous locations.
Carriage under suitable inert gas pad
15.3.11 Carbon disulphide shall be carried in independent tanks with a design pressure of not
less than 0.06 MPa gauge.
15.3.12 All openings shall be located on the top of the tank, above the deck.
15.3.13 Gaskets used in the containment system shall be of a material which does not react with,
or dissolve in, carbon disulphide.
15.3.14 Threaded joints shall not be permitted in the cargo containment system, including the
vapour lines.
15.3.15 Prior to loading, the tank(s) shall be inerted with suitable inert gas until the oxygen level
is 2% by volume or lower. Means shall be provided to automatically maintain a positive pressure
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in the tank using suitable inert gas during loading, transport and discharge. The system shall be
able to maintain this positive pressure between 0.01 and 0.02 MPa, and shall be remotely
monitored and fitted with over/underpressure alarms.
15.3.16 Hold spaces surrounding an independent tank carrying carbon disulphide shall be inerted
by a suitable inert gas until the oxygen level is 2% or less. Means shall be provided to monitor
and maintain this condition throughout the voyage. Means shall also be provided to sample these
spaces for carbon disulphide vapour.
15.3.17 Carbon disulphide shall be loaded, transported and discharged in such a manner that
venting to the atmosphere does not occur. If carbon disulphide vapour is returned to shore during
loading or to the ship during discharge, the vapour return system shall be independent of all other
containment systems.
15.3.18 Carbon disulphide shall be discharged only by submerged deepwell pumps or by a
suitable inert gas displacement. The submerged deepwell pumps shall be operated in a way that
prevents heat build-up in the pump. The pump shall also be equipped with a temperature sensor
in the pump housing with remote readout and alarm in the cargo control room. The alarm shall
be set at 80°C. The pump shall also be fitted with an automatic shut-down device to be activated
if the tank pressure falls below atmospheric pressure during the discharge.
15.3.19 Air shall not be allowed to enter the cargo tank, cargo pump or lines while carbon
disulphide is contained in the system.
15.3.20 No other cargo handling, tank cleaning or deballasting shall take place concurrent with
loading or discharge of carbon disulphide.
15.3.21 A water spray system of sufficient capacity shall be provided to blanket effectively the
area surrounding the loading manifold, the exposed deck piping associated with product handling
and the tank domes. The arrangement of piping and nozzles shall be such as to give an uniform
distribution rate of 10 l/m2/min. Remote manual operation shall be arranged such that remote
starting of pumps supplying the water-spray system and remote operation of any normally closed
valves in the system can be carried out from a suitable location outside the cargo area adjacent to
the accommodation spaces and readily accessible and operable in the event of fire in the areas
protected. The water-spray system shall be capable of both local and remote manual operation,
and the arrangement shall ensure that any spilled cargo is washed away. Additionally, a water
hose with pressure to the nozzle when atmospheric temperature permits, shall be connected ready
for immediate use during loading and unloading operations.
15.3.22 No cargo tanks shall be more than 98% liquid-full at the reference temperature (R).
15.3.23 The maximum volume (VL) of cargo to be loaded in a tank shall be:
VL = 0.98 V
ρR
ρL
where:
V
ρR
ρL
R
=
=
=
=
volume of the tank
density of cargo at the reference temperature (R)
density of cargo at the loading temperature
reference temperature
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15.3.24 The maximum allowable tank filling limits for each cargo tank shall be indicated for
each loading temperature which may be applied, and for the applicable maximum reference
temperature, on a list approved by the Administration. A copy of the list shall be permanently
kept on board by the master.
15.3.25 Zones on open deck, or semi-enclosed spaces on open deck within three metres of a tank
outlet, gas or vapour outlet, cargo pipe flange or cargo valve of a tank certified to carry carbon
disulphide, shall comply with the electrical equipment requirements specified for carbon
disulphide in column i, chapter 17. Also, within the specified zone, no other heat sources, like
steam piping with surface temperatures in excess of 80°C shall be allowed.
15.3.26 Means shall be provided to ullage and sample the cargo without opening the tank or
disturbing the positive suitable inert gas blanket.
15.3.27 The product shall be transported only in accordance with a cargo handling plan that has
been approved by the Administration. Cargo handling plans shall show the entire cargo piping
system. A copy of the approved cargo handling plan shall be available on board. The
International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk shall be
endorsed to include reference to the approved cargo handling plan.
15.4
Diethyl ether
15.4.1 Unless inerted, natural ventilation shall be provided for the voids around the cargo tanks
while the vessel is under way. If a mechanical ventilation system is installed, all blowers shall be
of non-sparking construction. Mechanical ventilation equipment shall not be located in the void
spaces surrounding the cargo tanks.
15.4.2 Pressure-relief-valve settings shall not be less than 0.02 MPa gauge for gravity tanks.
15.4.3 Inert-gas displacement may be used for discharging cargo from pressure tanks provided
the cargo system is designed for the expected pressure.
15.4.4 In view of the fire hazard, provision shall be made to avoid any ignition source or heat
generation or both in the cargo area.
15.4.5 Pumps may be used for discharging cargo, provided that they are of a type designed to
avoid liquid pressure against the shaft gland or are of a hydraulically operated submerged type
and are suitable for use with the cargo.
15.4.6 Provision shall be made to maintain the inert-gas pad in the cargo tank during loading,
unloading and transit.
15.5
Hydrogen peroxide solutions
15.5.1 Hydrogen peroxide solutions over 60% but not over 70% by mass
15.5.1.1 Hydrogen peroxide solutions over 60% but not over 70% by mass shall be carried in
dedicated ships only and no other cargoes shall be carried.
15.5.1.2 Cargo tanks and associated equipment shall be either pure aluminium (99.5%) or solid
stainless steel (304L, 316, 316L or 316Ti), and passivated in accordance with approved
procedures. Aluminium shall not be used for piping on deck. All nonmetallic materials of
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construction for the containment system shall neither be attacked by hydrogen peroxide nor
contribute to its decomposition.
15.5.1.3 Pump-rooms shall not be used for cargo-transfer operations.
15.5.1.4 Cargo tanks shall be separated by cofferdams from oil fuel tanks or any other space
containing flammable or combustible materials.
15.5.1.5 Tanks intended for the carriage of hydrogen peroxide shall not be used for seawater
ballast.
15.5.1.6 Temperature sensors shall be installed at the top and bottom of the tank. Remote
temperature readouts and continuous monitoring shall be located on the navigating bridge. If the
temperature in the tanks rises above 35°C, visible and audible alarms shall be activated on the
navigating bridge.
15.5.1.7 Fixed oxygen monitors (or gas-sampling lines) shall be provided in void spaces
adjacent to tanks to detect leakage of the cargo into these spaces. Remote readouts, continuous
monitoring (if gas-sampling lines are used, intermittent sampling is satisfactory) and visible and
audible alarms similar to those for the temperature sensors shall also be located on the navigating
bridge. The visible and audible alarms shall be activated if the oxygen concentration in these
void spaces exceeds 30% by volume. Two portable oxygen monitors shall also be available as
back-up systems.
15.5.1.8 As a safeguard against uncontrolled decomposition, a cargo-jettisoning system shall be
installed to discharge the cargo overboard. The cargo shall be jettisoned if the temperature rise
of the cargo exceeds a rate of 2°C per hour over a 5-hour period or when the temperature in the
tank exceeds 40°C.
15.5.1.9 Cargo tank venting systems shall have pressure/vacuum-relief valves for normal
controlled venting, and rupture discs or a similar device for emergency venting, should tank
pressure rise rapidly as a result of uncontrolled decomposition. Rupture discs shall be sized on
the basis of tank design pressure, tank size and anticipated decomposition rate.
15.5.1.10 A fixed water-spray system shall be provided for diluting and washing away any
concentrated hydrogen peroxide solution spilled on deck. The areas covered by the water-spray
shall include the manifold/hose connections and the tank tops of those tanks designated for
carrying hydrogen peroxide solutions. The minimum application rate shall satisfy the following
criteria:
.1
The product shall be diluted from the original concentration to 35% by mass
within 5 minutes of the spill.
.2
The rate and estimated size of the spill shall be based upon maximum anticipated
loading and discharge rates, the time required to stop flow of cargo in the event of
tank overfill or a piping/hose failure, and the time necessary to begin application
of dilution water with actuation at the cargo control location or on the navigating
bridge.
15.5.1.11 Only those hydrogen peroxide solutions which have a maximum decomposition rate of
1% per year at 25°C shall be carried. Certification from the shipper that the product meets this
standard shall be presented to the master and kept on board. A technical representative of the
manufacturer shall be on board to monitor the transfer operations and have the capability to test
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the stability of the hydrogen peroxide. He shall certify to the master that the cargo has been
loaded in a stable condition.
15.5.1.12 Protective clothing that is resistant to hydrogen peroxide solutions shall be provided
for each crew member involved in cargo-transfer operations. Protective clothing shall include
nonflammable coveralls, suitable gloves, boots and eye protection.
15.5.2 Hydrogen peroxide solutions over 8% but not over 60% by mass
15.5.2.1 The ship's shell plating shall not form any boundaries of tanks containing this product.
15.5.2.2 Hydrogen peroxide shall be carried in tanks thoroughly and effectively cleaned of all
traces of previous cargoes and their vapours or ballast. Procedures for inspection, cleaning,
passivation and loading of tanks shall be in accordance with MSC/Circ.394. A certificate shall
be on board the vessel indicating that the procedures in the circular have been followed. The
passivation requirement may be waived by an Administration for domestic shipments of short
duration. Particular care in this respect is essential to ensure the safe carriage of hydrogen
peroxide:
.1
When hydrogen peroxide is carried no other cargoes shall be carried
simultaneously.
.2
Tanks which have contained hydrogen peroxide may be used for other cargoes
after cleaning in accordance with the procedures outlined in MSC/Circ.394.
.3
Consideration in design shall provide minimum internal tank structure, free
draining, no entrapment and ease of visual inspection.
15.5.2.3 Cargo tanks and associated equipment shall be either pure aluminium (99.5%) or solid
stainless steel of types suitable for use with hydrogen peroxide (e.g. 304, 304L, 316, 316L,
316Ti). Aluminium shall not be used for piping on deck. All non-metallic materials of
construction for the containment system shall neither be attacked by hydrogen peroxide nor
contribute to its decomposition.
15.5.2.4 Cargo tanks shall be separated by a cofferdam from fuel oil tanks or any other space
containing materials incompatible with hydrogen peroxide.
15.5.2.5 Temperature sensors shall be installed at the top and bottom of the tank. Remote
temperature readouts and continuous monitoring shall be located on the navigating bridge. If the
temperature in the tank rises above 35°C, visible and audible alarms shall activate on the
navigating bridge.
15.5.2.6 Fixed oxygen monitors (or gas-sampling lines) shall be provided in void spaces
adjacent to tanks to detect leakage of the cargo into these spaces. The enhancement of
flammability by oxygen enrichment shall be recognized. Remote readouts, continuous
monitoring (if gas-sampling lines are used, intermittent sampling is satisfactory) and visible and
audible alarms similar to those for the temperature sensors shall also be located on the navigating
bridge. The visible and audible alarms shall activate if the oxygen concentration in these void
spaces exceeds 30% by volume. Two portable oxygen monitors shall also be available as
back-up systems.
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15.5.2.7 As a safeguard against uncontrolled decomposition, a cargo-jettisoning system shall be
installed to discharge the cargo overboard. The cargo shall be jettisoned if the temperature rise
of the cargo exceeds a rate of 2°C per hour over a 5-hour period or when the temperature in the
tank exceeds 40°C.
15.5.2.8 Cargo tank venting systems with filtration shall have pressure/vacuum-relief valves for
normal controlled venting, and a device for emergency venting, should tank pressure rise rapidly
as a result of an uncontrolled decomposition rate, as stipulated in 15.5.2.7. These venting
systems shall be designed in such a manner that there is no introduction of seawater into the
cargo tank even under heavy sea conditions. Emergency venting shall be sized on the basis of
tank design pressure and tank size.
15.5.2.9 A fixed water-spray system shall be provided for diluting and washing away any
concentrated solution spilled on deck. The areas covered by the water-spray shall include the
manifold/hose connections and the tank tops of those tanks designated for the carriage of
hydrogen peroxide solutions. The minimum application rate shall satisfy the following criteria:
.1
The product shall be diluted from the original concentration to 35% by mass
within 5 minutes of the spill.
.2
The rate and estimated size of the spill shall be based upon maximum anticipated
loading and discharge rates, the time required to stop flow of the cargo in the
event of tank overfill or a piping/hose failure, and the time necessary to begin
application of dilution water with actuation at the cargo control location or on the
navigating bridge.
15.5.2.10 Only those hydrogen peroxide solutions which have a maximum decomposition rate of
1% per year at 25°C shall be carried. Certification from the shipper that the product meets this
standard shall be presented to the master and kept on board. A technical representative of the
manufacturer shall be on board to monitor the transfer operations and have the capability to test
the stability of the hydrogen peroxide. He shall certify to the master that the cargo has been
loaded in a stable condition.
15.5.2.11 Protective clothing that is resistant to hydrogen peroxide shall be provided for each
crew member involved in cargo-transfer operations. Protective clothing shall include coveralls
that are nonflammable, suitable gloves, boots and eye protection.
15.5.2.12 During transfer of hydrogen peroxide the related piping system shall be separated from
all other systems. Cargo hoses used for transfer of hydrogen peroxide shall be marked
“FOR HYDROGEN PEROXIDE TRANSFER ONLY”.
15.5.3 Procedures for inspection, cleaning, passivation and loading of tanks for the carriage of
hydrogen peroxide solutions 8-60%, which have contained other cargoes, or for the
carriage of other cargoes after the carriage of hydrogen peroxide
15.5.3.1 Tanks having contained cargoes other than hydrogen peroxide shall be inspected,
cleaned and passivated before re-use for the transport of hydrogen peroxide solutions. The
procedures for inspection and cleaning, as given in paragraphs 15.5.3.2 to 15.5.3.8 below, apply
to both stainless steel and pure aluminium tanks (see paragraph 15.5.2.2). Procedures for
passivation are given in paragraph 15.5.3.9 for stainless steel and 15.5.3.10 for aluminium.
Unless otherwise specified, all steps apply to the tanks and to all associated equipment having
been in contact with the other cargo.
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15.5.3.2 After unloading the previous cargo the tank shall be rendered safe and inspected for any
residues, scale and rust.
15.5.3.3 Tanks and associated equipment shall be washed with clean filtered water. The water to
be used shall at least have the quality of potable water with a low chlorine content.
15.5.3.4 Trace residues and vapours of the previous cargo shall be removed by steaming of tank
and equipment.
15.5.3.5 Tank and equipment are washed again with clean water (quality as above) and dried,
using filtered, oil-free air.
15.5.3.6 The atmosphere in the tank shall be sampled and investigated for the presence of
organic vapours and oxygen concentration.
15.5.3.7 The tank shall be checked again by visual inspection for residues of the previous cargo,
scale and rust as well as for any smell of the previous cargo.
15.5.3.8 If inspection or measurements indicate the presence of residues of the previous cargo or
its vapours, actions described in paragraphs 15.5.3.3 to 15.5.3.5 shall be repeated.
15.5.3.9 Tank and equipment made from stainless steel which have contained other cargoes than
hydrogen peroxide or which have been under repair shall be cleaned and passivated, regardless of
any previous passivation, according to the following procedure:
.1
New welds and other repaired parts shall be cleaned and finished using stainless
steel wire brush, chisel, sandpaper or buff. Rough surfaces shall be given a
smooth finish. A final polishing is necessary.
.2
Fatty and oily residues shall be removed by the use of appropriate organic
solvents or detergent solutions in water. The use of chlorine-containing
compounds shall be avoided as they can seriously interfere with passivation.
.3
The residues of the degreasing agent shall be removed, followed by a washing
with water.
.4
In the next step, scale and rust shall be removed by the application of acid (e.g. a
mixture of nitric and hydrofluoric acids), followed again by a washing with clean
water.
.5
All the metal surfaces which can come into contact with hydrogen peroxide shall
be passivated by the application of nitric acid of a concentration between 10 and
35% by mass. The nitric acid must be free from heavy metals, other oxidizing
agents or hydrogen fluoride. The passivation process shall continue for 8 to 24 h,
depending upon the concentration of acid, the ambient temperature and other
factors. During this time a continuous contact between the surfaces to be
passivated and the nitric acid shall be ensured. In the case of large surfaces this
may be achieved by recirculating the acid. Hydrogen gas may be evolved in the
passivation process, leading to the presence of an explosive atmosphere in the
tanks. Therefore, appropriate measures must be taken to avoid the build-up or the
ignition of such an atmosphere.
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.6
After passivation the surfaces shall be thoroughly washed with clean filtered
water. The washing process shall be repeated until the effluent water has the same
pH value as the incoming water.
.7
Surfaces treated according to the above steps may cause some decomposition
when coming into contact with hydrogen peroxide for the first time. This
decomposition will cease after a short time (usually within two or three days).
Therefore an additional flushing with hydrogen peroxide for a period of at least
two days is recommended.
.8
Only degreasing agents and acid cleaning agents which have been recommended
for this purpose by the manufacturer of the hydrogen peroxide shall be used in the
process.
15.5.3.10 Tanks and equipment made from aluminium and which have contained cargoes other
than hydrogen peroxide, or which have been under repair, shall be cleaned and passivated. The
following is an example of a recommended procedure:
.1
The tank shall be washed with a solution of a sulphonated detergent in hot water,
followed by a washing with water.
.2
The surface shall then be treated for 15 to 20 min with a solution of sodium
hydroxide of a concentration of 7% by mass or treated for a longer period with a
less concentrated solution (e.g. for 12 h with 0.4 to 0.5% sodium hydroxide).
To prevent excessive corrosion at the bottom of the tank when treating with more
concentrated solutions of sodium hydroxide, water shall be added continuously to
dilute the sodium hydroxide solution which collects there.
.3
The tank shall be thoroughly washed with clean, filtered water. As soon as
possible after washing, the surface shall be passivated by the application of nitric
acid of a concentration between 30 and 35% by mass. The passivation process
shall continue for 16 to 24 h. During this time a continuous contact between the
surfaces to be passivated and the nitric acid shall be ensured.
.4
After passivation the surfaces shall be thoroughly washed with clean, filtered
water. The washing process shall be repeated until the effluent water has the same
pH value as the incoming water.
.5
A visual inspection shall be made to ensure that all surfaces have been treated. It
is recommended that an additional flushing is carried out for a minimum of 24 h
with dilute hydrogen peroxide solution of a concentration approximately 3% by
mass.
15.5.3.11 The concentration and stability of the hydrogen peroxide solution to be loaded shall be
determined.
15.5.3.12 The hydrogen peroxide is loaded under intermittent visual supervision of the interior
of the tank from an appropriate opening.
15.5.3.13 If substantial bubbling is observed which does not disappear within 15 min after the
completion of loading, the contents of the tank shall be unloaded and disposed of in an
environmentally safe manner. The tank and equipment shall then be repassivated as described
above.
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15.5.3.14 The concentration and stability of the hydrogen peroxide solution shall be determined
again. If the same values are obtained within the limits of error as in paragraph 15.5.3.10, the
tank is considered to be properly passivated and the cargo ready for shipment.
15.5.3.15 Actions described in paragraphs 15.5.3.2 to 15.5.3.8 shall be carried out under the
supervision of the master or shipper. Actions described in paragraphs 15.5.3.9 to 15.5.3.15 shall
be carried out under the on-site supervision and responsibility of a representative of the hydrogen
peroxide manufacturer or under supervision and responsibility of another person familiar with the
safety-relevant properties of hydrogen peroxide.
15.5.3.16 The following procedure shall be applied when tanks having contained hydrogen
peroxide solution are to be used for other products (unless otherwise specified, all steps apply to
the tanks and to all associated equipment having been in contact with hydrogen peroxide):
.1
Hydrogen peroxide cargo residue shall be drained as completely as possible from
tanks and equipment.
.2
Tanks and equipment shall be rinsed with clean water, and subsequently
thoroughly washed with clean water.
.3
The interior of the tank shall be dried and inspected for any residues.
Steps .1 to .3, in 15.5.3.16, shall be carried out under the supervision of the master or the shipper.
Step .3 in paragraph 15.5.3.16 shall be carried out by a person familiar with the safety-relevant
properties of the chemical to be transported and of hydrogen peroxide.
SPECIAL CAUTIONS :
15.6
1
Hydrogen peroxide decomposition may enrich the
atmosphere with oxygen and appropriate precautions shall
be observed.
2
Hydrogen gas may be evolved in the passivation processes
described in paragraphs 15.5.3.9.5, 15.5.3.10.2 and
15.5.3.10.4, leading to the presence of an explosive
atmosphere in the tank. Therefore, appropriate measures
must be taken to avoid the build-up or the ignition of such
an atmosphere.
Motor fuel anti-knock compounds (containing lead alkyls)
15.6.1 Tanks used for these cargoes shall not be used for the transportation of any other cargo
except those commodities to be used in the manufacture of motor fuel anti-knock compounds
containing lead alkyls.
15.6.2 If a cargo pump-room is located on deck level according to 15.18, the ventilation
arrangements shall be in compliance with 15.17.
15.6.3 Entry into cargo tanks used for the transportation of these cargoes is not permitted unless
approved by the Administration.
15.6.4 Air analysis shall be made for lead content to determine if the atmosphere is satisfactory
prior to allowing personnel to enter the cargo pump-room or void spaces surrounding the cargo
tank.
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15.7
Phosphorus, yellow or white
15.7.1 Phosphorus shall, at all times, be loaded, carried and discharged under a water pad of
760 mm minimum depth. During discharge operations, arrangements shall be made to ensure
that water occupies the volume of phosphorus discharged. Any water discharged from a
phosphorus tank shall be returned only to a shore installation.
15.7.2 Tanks shall be designed and tested to a minimum equivalent water head of 2.4 m above
the top of the tank, under designed loading conditions, taking into account the depth, relative
density and method of loading and discharge of the phosphorus.
15.7.3 Tanks shall be so designed as to minimize the interfacial area between the liquid
phosphorus and its water pad.
15.7.4 A minimum ullage space of 1% shall be maintained above the water pad. The ullage
space shall be filled with inert gas or naturally ventilated by two cowled standpipes terminating
at different heights but at least 6 m above the deck and at least 2 m above the pump-house top.
15.7.5 All openings shall be at the top of cargo tanks, and fittings and joints attached thereto
shall be of materials resistant to phosphorus pentoxide.
15.7.6 Phosphorus shall be loaded at a temperature not exceeding 60°C.
15.7.7 Tank heating arrangements shall be external to tanks and have a suitable method of
temperature control to ensure that the temperature of the phosphorus does not exceed 60°C.
A high-temperature alarm shall be fitted.
15.7.8 A water drench system acceptable to the Administration shall be installed in all void
spaces surrounding the tanks. The system shall operate automatically in the event of an escape of
phosphorus.
15.7.9 Void spaces referred to in 15.7.8 shall be provided with effective means of mechanical
ventilation which shall be capable of being sealed off quickly in an emergency.
15.7.10 Loading and discharge of phosphorus shall be governed by a central system on the ship
which, in addition to incorporating high-level alarms, shall ensure that no overflow of tanks is
possible and that such operations can be stopped quickly in an emergency from either ship or
shore.
15.7.11 During cargo transfer, a water hose on deck shall be connected to a water supply and
kept flowing throughout the operation so that any spillage of phosphorus may be washed down
with water immediately.
15.7.12 Ship-to-shore loading and discharge connections shall be of a type approved by the
Administration.
15.8
Propylene oxide or ethylene oxide/propylene oxide mixtures with an ethylene oxide
content of not more than 30% by mass
15.8.1 Products transported under the provisions of this section shall be acetylene-free.
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15.8.2 Unless cargo tanks are properly cleaned, these products shall not be carried in tanks
which have contained as one of the three previous cargoes any products known to catalyse
polymerization, such as:
.1
mineral acids (e.g. sulphuric, hydrochloric, nitric);
.2
carboxylic acids and anhydrides (e.g. formic, acetic);
.3
halogenated carboxylic acids (e.g. chloracetic);
.4
sulphonic acids (e.g. benzenesulphonic);
.5
caustic alkalis (e.g. sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide);
.6
ammonia and ammonia solutions;
.7
amines and amine solutions; and
.8
oxidizing substances.
15.8.3 Before loading, tanks shall be thoroughly and effectively cleaned, to remove all traces of
previous cargoes from tanks and associated pipework, except where the immediately prior cargo
has been propylene oxide or ethylene oxide/propylene oxide mixtures. Particular care shall be
taken in the case of ammonia in tanks made of steel other than stainless steel.
15.8.4 In all cases, the effectiveness of cleaning procedures for tanks and associated pipework
shall be checked by suitable testing or inspection, to ascertain that no traces of acidic or alkaline
materials remain that might create a hazardous situation in the presence of these products.
15.8.5 Tanks shall be entered and inspected prior to each initial loading of these products to
ensure freedom from contamination, heavy rust deposits and visible structural defects. When
cargo tanks are in continuous service for these products, such inspections shall be performed at
intervals of not more than two years.
15.8.6 Tanks for the carriage of these products shall be of steel or stainless steel construction.
15.8.7 Tanks for the carriage of these products may be used for other cargoes after thorough
cleaning of tanks and associated pipework systems by washing or purging.
15.8.8 All valves, flanges, fittings and accessory equipment shall be of a type suitable for use
with the products and shall be constructed of steel or stainless steel in accordance with
recognized standards. Discs or disc faces, seats and other wearing parts of valves shall be made
of stainless steel containing not less than 11% chromium.
15.8.9 Gaskets shall be constructed of materials which do not react with, dissolve in, or lower
the autoignition temperature of these products and which are fire-resistant and possess adequate
mechanical behaviour. The surface presented to the cargo shall be polytetrafluoroethylene
(PTFE), or materials giving a similar degree of safety by their inertness. Spirally wound stainless
steel, with a filler of PTFE or similar fluorinated polymer, may be accepted.
15.8.10 Insulation and packing, if used, shall be of a material which does not react with, dissolve
in, or lower the autoignition temperature of these products.
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15.8.11 The following materials are generally found unsatisfactory for gaskets, packing and
similar uses in containment systems for these products and would require testing before being
approved by the Administration:
.1
neoprene or natural rubber, if it comes into contact with the products.
.2
asbestos, or binders used with asbestos.
.3
materials containing oxides of magnesium, such as mineral wools.
15.8.12 Threaded joints shall not be permitted in the cargo liquid and vapour lines.
15.8.13 Filling and discharge piping shall extend to within 100 mm of the bottom of the tank or
any sump pit.
15.8.14.1 The containment system for a tank containing these products shall have a valved
vapour-return connection.
15.8.14.2 The products shall be loaded and discharged in such a manner that venting of the tanks
to atmosphere does not occur. If vapour return to shore is used during tank loading, the vapourreturn system connected to a containment system for the product shall be independent of all other
containment systems.
15.8.14.3 During discharge operations, the pressure in the cargo tank must be maintained above
0.007 MPa gauge.
15.8.15 The cargo may be discharged only by deepwell pumps, hydraulically operated
submerged pumps, or inert-gas displacement. Each cargo pump shall be arranged to ensure that
the product does not heat significantly if the discharge line from the pump is shut off or
otherwise blocked.
15.8.16 Tanks carrying these products shall be vented independently of tanks carrying other
products. Facilities shall be provided for sampling the tank contents without opening the tank to
atmosphere.
15.8.17 Cargo hoses used for transfer of these products shall be marked “FOR ALKYLENE
OXIDE TRANSFER ONLY”.
15.8.18 Cargo tanks, void spaces and other enclosed spaces adjacent to an integral gravity cargo
tank carrying propylene oxide shall either contain a compatible cargo (those cargoes specified in
15.8.2 are examples of substances considered incompatible) or be inerted by injection of a
suitable inert gas. Any hold space in which an independent cargo tank is located shall be inerted.
Such inerted spaces and tanks shall be monitored for these products and oxygen. The oxygen
content of these spaces shall be maintained below 2%. Portable sampling equipment is
satisfactory.
15.8.19 In no case shall air be allowed to enter the cargo pump or piping system while these
products are contained within the system.
15.8.20 Prior to disconnecting shore-lines, the pressure in liquid and vapour lines shall be
relieved through suitable valves installed at the loading header. Liquid and vapour from these
lines shall not be discharged to atmosphere.
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15.8.21 Propylene oxide may be carried in pressure tanks or in independent or integral gravity
tanks. Ethylene oxide/propylene oxide mixtures shall be carried in independent gravity tanks or
pressure tanks. Tanks shall be designed for the maximum pressure expected to be encountered
during loading, conveying and discharging cargo.
15.8.22.1 Tanks for the carriage of propylene oxide with a design pressure less than 0.06 MPa
gauge and tanks for the carriage of ethylene oxide/propylene oxide mixtures with a design
pressure of less than 0.12 MPa gauge shall have a cooling system to maintain the cargo below the
reference temperature.
15.8.22.2 The refrigeration requirement for tanks with a design pressure less than 0.06 MPa
gauge may be waived by the Administration for ships operating in restricted areas or on voyages
of restricted duration, and account may be taken in such cases of any insulation of the tanks. The
area and times of year for which such carriage would be permitted shall be included in the
conditions of carriage of the International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous
Chemicals in Bulk.
15.8.23.1 Any cooling system shall maintain the liquid temperature below the boiling
temperature at the containment pressure. At least two complete cooling plants, automatically
regulated by variations within the tanks, shall be provided. Each cooling plant shall be complete
with the necessary auxiliaries for proper operation. The control system shall also be capable of
being manually operated. An alarm shall be provided to indicate malfunctioning of the
temperature controls. The capacity of each cooling system shall be sufficient to maintain the
temperature of the liquid cargo below the reference temperature of the system.
15.8.23.2 An alternative arrangement may consist of three cooling plants, any two of which shall
be sufficient to maintain the liquid temperature below the reference temperature.
15.8.23.3 Cooling media which are separated from the products by a single wall only shall be
nonreactive with the products.
15.8.23.4 Cooling systems requiring compression of the products shall not be used.
15.8.24 Pressure-relief-valve settings shall not be less than 0.02 MPa gauge and for pressure
tanks not greater than 0.7 MPa gauge for the carriage of propylene oxide and not greater than
0.53 MPa gauge for the carriage of propylene oxide/ethylene oxide mixtures.
15.8.25.1 The piping system for tanks to be loaded with these products shall be separated (as
defined in 3.1.4) from piping systems for all other tanks, including empty tanks. If the piping
system for the tanks to be loaded is not independent (as defined in 1.3.18), the required piping
separation shall be accomplished by the removal of spool-pieces, valves, or other pipe section
and the installation of blank flanges at these locations. The required separation applies to all
liquid and vapour piping, liquid and vapour vent lines and any other possible connections, such
as common inert-gas supply lines.
15.8.25.2 These products may be transported only in accordance with cargo-handling plans that
have been approved by the Administration. Each intended loading arrangement shall be shown
on a separate cargo-handling plan. Cargo-handling plans shall show the entire cargo piping
system and the locations for installation of blank flanges needed to meet the above piping
separation requirements. A copy of each approved cargo-handling plan shall be maintained on
board the ship. The International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals
in Bulk shall be endorsed to include reference to the approved cargo-handling plans.
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15.8.25.3 Before each initial loading of these products and before every subsequent return to
such service, certification verifying that the required piping separation has been achieved shall be
obtained from a responsible person acceptable to the port Administration and carried on board
the ship. Each connection between a blank flange and a pipeline flange shall be fitted with a wire
and seal by the responsible person to ensure that in-advertent removal of the blank flange is
impossible.
15.8.26.1 No cargo tanks shall be more than 98% liquid-full at the reference temperature.
15.8.26.2 The maximum volume to which a cargo tank shall be loaded is:
VL = 0.98V
Where VL
ρR
ρL
=
maximum volume to which the tank may be loaded
V
=
volume of the tank
ρR
=
density of cargo at the reference temperature
ρL
=
density of cargo at the loading temperature and pressure
15.8.26.3 The maximum allowable tank filling limits for each cargo tank shall be indicated for
each loading temperature which may be applied and for the applicable maximum reference
temperature, on a list to be approved by the Administration. A copy of the list shall be
permanently kept on board by the master.
15.8.27 The cargo shall be carried under a suitable protective padding of nitrogen gas. An
automatic nitrogen make-up system shall be installed to prevent the tank pressure falling below
0.007 MPa gauge in the event of product temperature fall due to ambient conditions or
maloperation of refrigeration systems. Sufficient nitrogen shall be available on board to satisfy
the demand of the automatic pressure control. Nitrogen of commercially pure quality (99.9% by
volume) shall be used for padding. A battery of nitrogen bottles connected to the cargo tanks
through a pressure-reduction valve satisfies the intention of the expression “automatic” in this
context.
15.8.28 The cargo tank vapour space shall be tested prior to and after loading to ensure that the
oxygen content is 2% by volume or less.
15.8.29 A water-spray system of sufficient capacity shall be provided to blanket effectively the
area surrounding the loading manifold, the exposed deck piping associated with product
handling, and the tank domes. The arrangement of piping and nozzles shall be such as to give a
uniform distribution rate of 10 l/m2/min. Remote manual operation shall be arranged such that
remote starting of pumps supplying the water-spray system and remote operation of any normally
closed valves in the system can be carried out from a suitable location outside the cargo area,
adjacent to the accommodation spaces and readily accessible and operable in the event of fire in
the areas protected. The water-spray system shall be capable of both local and remote manual
operation, and the arrangement shall ensure that any spilled cargo is washed away. Additionally,
a water hose with pressure to the nozzle, when atmospheric temperatures permit, shall be
connected ready for immediate use during loading and unloading operations.
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15.8.30 A remotely operated, controlled closing-rate, shutoff valve shall be provided at each
cargo-hose connection used during cargo transfer.
15.9
Sodium chlorate solution (50% or less by mass)
15.9.1 Tanks and associated equipment, which have contained this product may be used for
other cargoes after thorough cleaning by washing or purging.
15.9.2 In the event of spillage of this product, all spilled liquid shall be thoroughly washed away
without delay. To minimize fire risk, spillage shall not be allowed to dry out.
15.10 Sulphur (molten)
15.10.1 Cargo tank ventilation shall be provided to maintain the concentration of hydrogen
sulphide below one half of its lower explosive limit through-out the cargo tank vapour space for
all conditions of carriage (i.e. below 1.85% by volume).
15.10.2 Where mechanical ventilation systems are used for maintaining low gas concentrations
in cargo tanks, an alarm system shall be provided to give warning if the system fails.
15.10.3 Ventilation systems shall be so designed and arranged as to preclude depositing of
sulphur within the system.
15.10.4 Openings to void spaces adjacent to cargo tanks shall be so designed and fitted as to
prevent the entry of water, sulphur or cargo vapour.
15.10.5 Connections shall be provided to permit sampling and analysing of vapour in void
spaces.
15.10.6 Cargo temperature controls shall be provided to ensure that the temperature of the
sulphur does not exceed 155°C.
15.10.7 Sulphur (molten) has a flashpoint above 60°C ; however, electrical equipment shall be
certified safe for gases evolved.
15.11 Acids
15.11.1 The ship's shell plating shall not form any boundaries of tanks containing mineral acids.
15.11.2 Proposals for lining steel tanks and related piping systems with corrosion-resistant
materials may be considered by the Administration. The elasticity of the lining shall not be less
than that of the supporting boundary plating.
15.11.3 Unless constructed wholly of corrosion-resistant materials or fitted with an approved
lining, the plating thickness shall take into account the corrosivity of the cargo.
15.11.4 Flanges of the loading and discharge manifold connections shall be provided with
shields, which may be portable, to guard against the danger of the cargo being sprayed; and in
addition, drip trays shall also be provided to guard against leakage on to the deck.
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15.11.5 Because of the danger of evolution of hydrogen when these substances are being carried,
the electrical arrangements shall comply with 10.1.4. The certified safe type equipment shall be
suitable for use in hydrogen/air mixtures. Other sources of ignition shall not be permitted in such
spaces.
15.11.6 Substances subjected to the requirements of this section shall be segregated from oil fuel
tanks, in addition to the segregation requirements in 3.1.1.
15.11.7 Provision shall be made for suitable apparatus to detect leakage of cargo into adjacent
spaces.
15.11.8 The cargo pump-room bilge pumping and drainage arrangements shall be of
corrosion-resistant materials.
15.12 Toxic products
15.12.1 Exhaust openings of tank vent systems shall be located:
.1
at a height of B/3 or 6 m, whichever is greater, above the weather deck or, in the
case of a deck tank, the access gangway;
.2
not less than 6 m above the fore-and-aft gangway, if fitted within 6 m of the
gangway;
.3
15 m from any opening or air intake to any accommodation and service spaces;
and
.4
the vent height may be reduced to 3 m above the deck or fore-and-aft gangway, as
applicable, provided high-velocity vent valves of an approved type, directing the
vapour/air mixture upwards in an unimpeded jet with an exit velocity of at least
30 m/s, are fitted.
15.12.2 Tank venting systems shall be provided with a connection for a vapour-return line to the
shore installation.
15.12.3 Products shall:
.1
not be stowed adjacent to oil fuel tanks;
.2
have separate piping systems; and
.3
have tank vent systems separate from tanks containing non-toxic products.
15.12.4 Cargo tank relief-valve settings shall be a minimum of 0.02 MPa gauge.
15.13 Cargoes protected by additives
15.13.1 Certain cargoes with a reference in column o in the table of chapter 17, by the nature of
their chemical make-up, tend, under certain conditions of temperature, exposure to air or contact
with a catalyst, to undergo polymerization, decomposition, oxidation or other chemical changes.
Mitigation of this tendency is carried out by introducing small amounts of chemical additives
into the liquid cargo or controlling the cargo tank environment.
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15.13.2 Ships carrying these cargoes shall be so designed as to eliminate from the cargo tanks
and cargo-handling system any material of construction or contaminants which could act as a
catalyst or destroy the inhibitor.
15.13.3 Care shall be taken to ensure that these cargoes are sufficiently protected to prevent
deleterious chemical change at all times during the voyage. Ships carrying such cargoes shall be
provided with a certificate of protection from the manufacturer, and kept during the voyage,
specifying:
.1
the name and amount of additive present;
.2
whether the additive is oxygen-dependent;
.3
date additive was put in the product and duration of effectiveness;
.4
any temperature limitations qualifying the additives' effective lifetime; and
.5
the action to be taken shall the length of voyage exceed the effective lifetime of
the additives.
15.13.4 Ships using the exclusion of air as the method of preventing oxidation of the cargo shall
comply with 9.1.3.
15.13.5 A product containing an oxygen-dependent additive shall be carried without inertion (in
tanks of a size not greater than 3,000 m3). Such cargoes shall not be carried in a tank requiring
inertion under the requirements of SOLAS chapter II-2*.
15.13.6 Venting systems shall be of a design that eliminates blockage from polymer build-up.
Venting equipment shall be of a type that can be checked periodically for adequacy of operation.
15.13.7 Crystallization or solidification of cargoes normally carried in the molten state can lead
to depletion of inhibitor in parts of the tank's contents. Subsequent remelting can thus yield
pockets of uninhibited liquid, with the accompanying risk of dangerous polymerization. To
prevent this, care shall be taken to ensure that at no time are such cargoes allowed to crystallize
or solidify, either wholly or partially, in any part of the tank. Any required heating arrangements
shall be such as to ensure that in no part of the tank does cargo become overheated to such an
extent that any dangerous polymerization can be initiated. If the temperature from steam coils
would induce overheating, an indirect low-temperature heating system shall be used.
15.14 Cargoes with a vapour pressure greater than 0.1013 MPa absolute at 37.8°C
15.14.1 For a cargo referenced in column o in the table of chapter 17 to this section, a
mechanical refrigeration system shall be provided unless the cargo system is designed to
withstand the vapour pressure of the cargo at 45°C. Where the cargo system is designed to
withstand the vapour pressure of the cargo at 45°C, and no refrigeration system is provided, a
notation shall be made in the conditions of carriage on the International Certificate of Fitness for
the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk to indicate the required relief-valve setting for the
tanks.
*
For equivalency arrangements for the carriage of styrene monomer, see MSC/Circ.879 and
MSC/Circ.879/Corr.1
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15.14.2 A mechanical refrigeration system shall maintain the liquid temperature below the
boiling temperature at the cargo tank design pressure.
15.14.3 When ships operate in restricted areas and at restricted times of the year, or on voyages
of limited duration, the Administration involved may agree to waive requirements for a
refrigeration system. A notation of any such agreement, listing geographic area restrictions and
times of the year, or voyage duration limitations, shall be included in the conditions of carriage
on the International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk.
15.14.4 Connections shall be provided for returning expelled gases to shore during loading.
15.14.5 Each tank shall be provided with a pressure gauge which indicates the pressure in the
vapour space above the cargo.
15.14.6 Where the cargo needs to be cooled, thermometers shall be provided at the top and
bottom of each tank.
15.14.7.1 No cargo tanks shall be more than 98% liquid-full at the reference temperature (R).
15.14.7.2 The maximum volume (VL) of cargo to be loaded in a tank shall be:
VL = 0.98V
ρR
ρL
Where V
=
volume of the tank
ρR
=
density of cargo at the reference temperature (R)
ρL
=
density of cargo at the loading temperature
15.14.7.3 The maximum allowable tank filling limits for each cargo tank shall be indicated for
each loading temperature which may be applied, and for the applicable maximum reference
temperature, on a list approved by the Administration. A copy of the list shall be permanently
kept on board by the master.
15.15 Cargoes with low ignition temperature and wide flammability range
Deleted.
15.16 Cargo contamination
15.16.1 Deleted.
15.16.2 Where column o in the table of chapter 17 refers to this section, water shall not be
allowed to contaminate this cargo. In addition, the following provisions apply:
.1
Air inlets to pressure/vacuum-relief valves of tanks containing the cargo shall be
situated at least 2 m above the weather deck.
.2
Water or steam shall not be used as the heat-transfer media in a cargo temperature
control system required by chapter 7.
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.3
The cargo shall not be carried in cargo tanks adjacent to permanent ballast or
water tanks unless the tanks are empty and dry.
.4
The cargo shall not be carried in tanks adjacent to slop tanks or cargo tanks
containing ballast or slops or other cargoes containing water which may react in a
dangerous manner. Pumps, pipes or vent lines serving such tanks shall be
separate from similar equipment serving tanks containing the cargo. Pipelines
from slop tanks or ballast lines shall not pass through tanks containing the cargo
unless encased in a tunnel.
15.17 Increased ventilation requirements
For certain products, the ventilation system as described in 12.1.3 shall have a minimum capacity
of at least 45 changes of air per hour, based upon the total volume of space. The ventilation
system exhaust ducts shall discharge at least 10 m away from openings into accommodation
spaces, work areas or other similar spaces, and intakes to ventilation systems, and at least 4 m
above the tank deck.
15.18 Special cargo pump-room requirements
For certain products, the cargo pump-room shall be located on the deck level or cargo pumps
shall be located in the cargo tank. The Administration may give special consideration to cargo
pump-rooms below deck.
15.19 Overflow control
15.19.1 The provisions of this section are applicable where specific reference is made in
column o in the table of chapter 17, and are in addition to the requirements for gauging devices.
15.19.2 In the event of a power failure on any system essential for safe loading, an alarm shall be
given to the operators concerned.
15.19.3 Loading operations shall be terminated at once in the event of any system essential for
safe loading becoming inoperative.
15.19.4 Level alarms shall be capable of being tested prior to loading.
15.19.5 The high-level alarm system required under 15.19.6 shall be independent of the
overflow-control system required by 15.19.7 and shall be independent of the equipment required
by 13.1.
15.19.6 Cargo tanks shall be fitted with a visual and audible high-level alarm which complies
with 15.19.1 to 15.19.5 and which indicates when the liquid level in the cargo tank approaches
the normal full condition.
15.19.7 A tank overflow-control system required by this section shall:
.1
come into operation when the normal tank loading procedures fail to stop the tank
liquid level exceeding the normal full condition;
.2
give a visual and audible tank-overflow alarm to the ship's operator; and
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provide an agreed signal for sequential shutdown of onshore pumps or valves or
both and of the ship's valves. The signal, as well as the pump and valve
shutdown, may be dependent on operator's intervention. The use of shipboard
automatic closing valves shall be permitted only when specific approval has been
obtained from the Administration and the port State authority concerned.
15.19.8 The loading rate (LR) of the tank shall not exceed:
LR =
3600 U
(m 3 / h )
t
where U = ullage volume (m3) at operating signal level;
t
= time(s) needed from the initiating signal to fully stopping the cargo flow into the
tank, being the sum of times needed for each step in sequential operations such as
operator's responses to signals, stopping pumps and closing valves;
and shall also take into account the pipeline system design pressure.
15.20 Alkyl (C7-C9) nitrates, all isomers
15.20.1 The carriage temperature of the cargo shall be maintained below 100°C to prevent the
occurrence of a self-sustaining, exothermic decomposition reaction.
15.20.2 The cargo may not be carried in independent pressure vessels permanently affixed to the
vessel's deck unless:
.1
the tanks are sufficiently insulated from fire; and
.2
the vessel has a water deluge system for the tanks such that the cargo temperature
is maintained below 100°C and the temperature rise in the tanks does not exceed
1.5°C per hour for a fire of 650°C.
15.21 Temperature sensors
Temperature sensors shall be used to monitor the cargo pump temperature to detect overheating
due to pump failures.
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Chapter 16
Operational requirements
16.1
Maximum allowable quantity of cargo per tank
16.1.1 The quantity of a cargo required to be carried in a type 1 ship shall not exceed 1,250 m3 in
any one tank.
16.1.2 The quantity of cargo required to be carried in a type 2 ship shall not exceed 3,000 m3 in
any one tank.
16.1.3 Tanks carrying liquids at ambient temperatures shall be so loaded as to avoid the tank
becoming liquid-full during the voyage, having due regard to the highest temperature which the
cargo may reach.
16.2
Cargo information
16.2.1 A copy of this Code, or national regulations incorporating the provisions of this Code,
shall be on board every ship covered by this Code.
16.2.2 Any cargo offered for bulk shipment shall be indicated in the shipping documents by the
product name, under which it is listed in chapter 17 or 18 of the Code or the latest edition of
MEPC.2/Circ. or under which it has been provisionally assessed. Where the cargo is a mixture,
an analysis indicating the dangerous components contributing significantly to the total hazard of
the product shall be provided, or a complete analysis if this is available. Such an analysis shall
be certified by the manufacturer or by an independent expert acceptable to the Administration.
16.2.3 Information shall be on board, and available to all concerned, giving the necessary data
for the safe carriage of the cargo in bulk. Such information shall include a cargo stowage plan, to
be kept in an accessible place, indicating all cargo on board, including each dangerous chemical
carried:
.1
a full description of the physical and chemical properties, including reactivity,
necessary for the safe containment of the cargo;
.2
action to be taken in the event of spills or leaks;
.3
countermeasures against accidental personal contact;
.4
fire-fighting procedures and fire-fighting media;
.5
procedures for cargo transfer, tank cleaning, gas-freeing and ballasting; and
.6
for those cargoes required to be stabilized or inhibited, the cargo shall be refused
if the certificate required by these paragraphs is not supplied.
16.2.4 If sufficient information, necessary for the safe transportation of the cargo, is not
available, the cargo shall be refused.
16.2.5 Cargoes which evolve highly toxic imperceptible vapours shall not be transported unless
perceptible additives are introduced into the cargo.
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16.2.6 Where column o in the table of chapter 17 refers to this paragraph, the cargo's viscosity
at 20°C shall be specified on a shipping document, and if the cargo's viscosity exceeds 50 mPa.s
at 20°C, the temperature at which the cargo has a viscosity of 50 mPa.s shall be specified in the
shipping document.
16.2.7 Deleted.
16.2.8 Deleted.
16.2.9 Where column o in the table of chapter 17 refers to this paragraph, the cargo's melting
point shall be indicated in the shipping document.
16.3
Personnel training
16.3.1 All personnel shall be adequately trained in the use of protective equipment and have
basic training in the procedures appropriate to their duties necessary under emergency conditions.
16.3.2 Personnel involved in cargo operations shall be adequately trained in handling
procedures.
16.3.3 Officers shall be trained in emergency procedures to deal with conditions of leakage,
spillage or fire involving the cargo and a sufficient number of them shall be instructed and
trained in essential first aid for cargoes carried, based on the guidelines developed by the
Organization.
16.4
Opening of and entry into cargo tanks
16.4.1 During handling and carriage of cargoes producing flammable and/or toxic vapours or
when ballasting after the discharge of such cargo, or when loading or unloading cargo, cargo tank
lids shall always be kept closed. With any hazardous cargo, cargo tank lids, ullage and sighting
ports and tank washing access covers shall be open only when necessary.
16.4.2 Personnel shall not enter cargo tanks, void spaces around such tanks, cargo-handling
spaces or other enclosed spaces unless:
.1
the compartment is free of toxic vapours and not deficient in oxygen; or
.2
personnel wear breathing apparatus and other necessary protective equipment, and
the entire operation is under the close supervision of a responsible officer.
16.4.3 Personnel shall not enter such spaces when the only hazard is of a purely flammable
nature, except under the close supervision of a responsible officer.
16.5
Stowage of cargo samples
16.5.1 Samples which have to be kept on board shall be stowed in a designated space situated in
the cargo area or, exceptionally, elsewhere, subject to the approval of the Administration.
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16.5.2 The stowage space shall be:
.1
cell-divided in order to avoid shifting of the bottles at sea;
.2
made of material fully resistant to the different liquids intended to be stowed; and
.3
equipped with adequate ventilation arrangements.
16.5.3 Samples which react with each other dangerously shall not be stowed close to each other.
16.5.4 Samples shall not be retained on board longer than necessary.
16.6
Cargoes not to be exposed to excessive heat
16.6.1 Where the possibility exists of a dangerous reaction of a cargo, such as polymerization,
decomposition, thermal instability or evolution of gas, resulting from local overheating of the
cargo in either the tank or associated pipelines, such cargo shall be loaded and carried adequately
segregated from other products whose temperature is sufficiently high to initiate a reaction of
such cargo (see 7.1.5.4).
16.6.2 Heating coils in tanks carrying this product shall be blanked off or secured by equivalent
means.
16.6.3 Heat-sensitive products shall not be carried in deck tanks, which are not insulated.
16.6.4 In order to avoid elevated temperatures, this cargo shall not be carried in deck tanks.
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Summary of minimum requirements
Mixtures of noxious liquid substances presenting pollution hazards only, and which are assessed
or provisionally assessed under regulation 6.3 of MARPOL Annex II, may be carried under the
requirements of the Code applicable to the appropriate position of the entry in this chapter for
Noxious Liquid Substances, not otherwise specified (n.o.s.).
EXPLANATORY NOTES
Product name
(column a)
UN Number
(column b)
Pollution Category
(column c)
Hazards
(column d)
The product name shall be used in the shipping document for any cargo offered
for bulk shipments. Any additional name may be included in brackets after the
product name. In some cases, the product names are not identical with the names
given in previous issues of the Code.
Deleted
The letter X, Y, Z means the Pollution Category assigned to each product under
MARPOL Annex II
“S” means that the product is included in the Code because of its safety hazards;
“P” means that the product is included in the Code because of its pollution
hazards; and “S/P” means that the product is included in the Code because of
both its safety and pollution hazards.
Ship type
1:
ship type 1 (2.1.2.1)
2:
ship type 2 (2.1.2.2)
(column e)
3:
ship type 3 (2.1.2.3)
Tank type
1:
independent tank (4.1.1)
2:
integral tank (4.1.2)
(column f)
G:
gravity tank (4.1.3)
P:
pressure tank (4.1.4)
Tank vents
Cont.: controlled venting
Open: open venting
(column g)
Tank environmental Inert: inerting (9.1.2.1)
control
Pad: liquid or gas padding (9.1.2.2)
Dry: drying (9.1.2.3)
(column h)
Vent: natural or forced ventilation (9.1.2.4)
No:
no special requirements under this Code
Electrical equipment
Temperature classes (i’)
T1 to T6
indicates no requirements
(column i)
blank no information
Gauging
(column j)
Apparatus group (i’’)
IIA, IIB or IIC:
indicates no requirements
blank no information
Flash point (i’’’)
Yes:
No:
NF:
O:
R:
C:
open gauging (13.1.1.1)
restricted gauging (13.1.1.2)
closed gauging (13.1.1.3)
flashpoint exceeding 60°C (10.1.6)
flashpoint not exceeding 60°C (10.1.6)
nonflammable product (10.1.6)
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Vapour detection
(column k)
Fire protection
(column l)
F:
T:
No:
A:
B:
C:
D:
No:
Materials of
construction
(column m)
Emergency
equipment
(column n)
Specific and
operational
requirements
(column o)
flammable vapours
toxic vapours
indicates no special requirements under this Code
alcohol-resistant foam or multi-purpose foam
regular foam; encompasses all foams that are not of an alcohol-resistant
type, including fluoro-protein and aqueous-film-forming foam (AFFF)
water-spray
dry chemical
no special requirements under this Code
Deleted
Yes:
No:
see 14.3.1
no special requirements under this Code
When specific reference is made to chapters 15 and/or 16, these requirements
shall be additional to the requirements in any other column
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c
d
e
f
g
h
i'
i''
i'''
j
k
l
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Acetic acid
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T1
IIA
No
R
F
A
Yes
15.11.2, 15.11.3, 15.11.4, 15.11.6,
15.11.7, 15.11.8, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
Acetic anhydride
Z
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
R
F-T
A
Yes
15.11.2, 15.11.3, 15.11.4, 15.11.6,
15.11.7, 15.11.8, 15.19.6
Acetone cyanohydrin
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T1
IIA
Yes
C
T
A
Yes
15.13, 15.12, 15.17, 15.18, 15.19,
16.6.1, 16.6.2, 16.6.3
Acetonitrile
Z
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.12, 15.19.6
Acrylic acid
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.2.9
Acrylonitrile
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T1
IIB
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.13, 15.17, 15.19
Acrylonitrile-Styrene copolymer dispersion in polyether polyol
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Adiponitrile
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
A
No
16.2.9
Alachlor technical (90% or more)
X
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AC
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Alcohol (C9-C11) poly (2.5-9) ethoxylate
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Alcohol (C6-C17) (secondary) poly(3-6)ethoxylates
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Alcohol (C6-C17) (secondary) poly(7-12)ethoxylates
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Alcohol (C12-C16) poly(1-6)ethoxylates
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Alcohol (C12-C16) poly(20+)ethoxylates
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.9
Alcohol (C12-C16) poly(7-19)ethoxylates
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Alcohols (C13+)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Alkanes (C6-C9)
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Iso- and cyclo-alkanes (C10-C11)
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
Iso- and cyclo-alkanes (C12+)
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
n-Alkanes (C10+)
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
Alkenyl (C16-C20) succinic anhydride
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
No
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Alkylaryl phosphate mixtures (more than 40% Diphenyl tolyl phosphate, less
than 0.02% ortho-isomers)
X
S/P
1
2G
Cont
No
T1
IIA
Yes
C
T
ABC
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Alkylated (C4-C9) hindered phenols
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
O
No
BD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Alkylbenzene, alkylindane, alkylindene mixture (each C12-C17)
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
IIB
o
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c
d
e
f
g
h
Alkyl (C5-C8) benzenes
X
P
2
2G
Open
Alkyl(C9+)benzenes
Z
P
3
2G
Alkyl (C12+) dimethylamine
X
S/P
1
Alkyl dithiocarbamate (C19-C35)
Y
P
Alkyldithiothiadiazole (C6-C24)
Z
Alkyl ester copolymer (C4-C20)
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
BCD
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Alkyl (C8-C10)/(C12-C14):(40% or less/60% or more) polyglucoside solution
(55% or less)
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
No
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Alkyl (C8-C10)/(C12-C14):(60% or more/40% or less) polyglucoside
solution(55% or less)
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
No
No
16.2.9, 16.2.6
Alkyl (C8-C40) phenol sulphide
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Alkyl (C8-C9) phenylamine in aromatic solvents
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
Alkyl (C9-C15) phenyl propoxylate
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Alkyl (C8-C10)/(C12-C14):(50%/50%) polyglucoside solution (55% or less)
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
No
No
16.2.9, 16.2.6
Alkyl (C12-C14) polyglucoside solution (55% or less)
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
No
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Alkyl (C8-C10) polyglucoside solution (65% or less).
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
No
No
16.2.6
Alkyl(C10-C20, saturated and unsaturated) phosphite
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.9
Alkyl sulphonic acid ester of phenol
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Allyl alcohol
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIB
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Allyl chloride
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Aluminium sulphate solution
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Aminoethyl ethanolamine
Z
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
2-Amino-2-methyl-1-propanol
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Ammonia aqueous (28% or less)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
ABC
Yes
Ammonium hydrogen phosphate solution
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Ammonium nitrate solution (93% or less)
Z
S/P
2
1G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
Ammonium polyphosphate solution
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
-
T2
i''
-
IIA
o
15.19.6
15.19.6
15.2, 15.11.4, 15.11.6, 15.18, 15.19.6,
16.2.9
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
Ammonium sulphate solution
Z
P
3
2G
Open
Ammonium sulphide solution (45% or less)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Amyl acetate (all isomers)
Y
P
3
n-Amyl alcohol
Z
P
Amyl alcohol, primary
Z
sec-Amyl alcohol
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19, 16.6.1, 16.6.2,
16.6.3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
tert-Amyl alcohol
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
tert-Amyl methyl ether
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
T3
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Aniline
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T1
Yes
C
T
A
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Aryl polyolefins (C11-C50)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Aviation alkylates (C8 paraffins and iso-paraffins BPT 95 - 120°C)
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
B
No
15.19.6
Barium long chain (C11-C50) alkaryl sulphonate
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AD
No
15.12.3, 15.19, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Benzene and mixtures having 10% benzene or more (i)
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
AB
No
15.12.1, 15.17, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
Benzenetricarboxylic acid, trioctyl ester
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Benzyl acetate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Benzyl alcohol
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Bromochloromethane
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
No
No
Butyl acetate (all isomers)
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Butyl acrylate (all isomers)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
tert-Butyl alcohol
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
Butylamine (all isomers)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19.6
Butylbenzene (all isomers)
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Butyl benzyl phthalate
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Butyl butyrate (all isomers)
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Butyl/Decyl/Cetyl/Eicosyl methacrylate mixture
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
No
AD
No
15.13, 16.6.1, 16.6.2, 15.19.6
Butylene glycol
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
T1
T2
i''
IIA
IIA
IIB
o
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
i'
i''
i'''
j
k
l
n
1,2-Butylene oxide
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
Inert
T2
IIB
No
R
F
AC
No
15.8.1 to 15.8.7, 15.8.12, 15.8.13,
15.8.16, 15.8.17, 15.8.18, 15.8.19,
15.8.21, 15.8.25, 15.8.27, 15.8.29,
15.19.6
n-Butyl ether
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
Inert
T4
IIB
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.4.6, 15.12, 15.19.6
Butyl methacrylate
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
IIA
No
R
F-T
AD
No
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
n-Butyl propionate
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Butyraldehyde (all isomers)
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.19.6
Butyric acid
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
No
A
No
15.11.2, 15.11.3, 15.11.4, 15.11.6,
15.11.7, 15.11.8, 15.19.6
gamma-Butyrolactone
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
Calcium carbonate slurry
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Calcium hypochlorite solution (15% or less)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
No
No
No
15.19.6
Calcium hypochlorite solution (more than 15%)
X
S/P
1
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
No
No
No
15.19, 16.2.9
Calcium long-chain alkyl(C5-C10) phenate
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Calcium long-chain alkyl(C11-C40) phenate
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Calcium long-chain alkyl phenate sulphide (C8-C40)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
epsilon-Caprolactam (molten or aqueous solutions)
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Carbon disulphide
Y
S/P
2
1G
Cont
Pad+inert
No
C
F-T
C
Yes
15.3, 15.12, 15.19
Carbon tetrachloride
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
C
T
No
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19.6
Castor oil (containing less than 2% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Cetyl/Eicosyl methacrylate mixture
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AD
No
15.13, 16.6.1, 16.6.2, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
Chlorinated paraffins (C10-C13)
X
P
1
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6
Chloroacetic acid (80% or less)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
C
No
No
No
15.11.2, 15.11.4, 15.11.6, 15.11.7,
15.11.8, 15.12.3, 15.19, 16.2.9
Chlorobenzene
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AB
No
15.19.6
Chloroform
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
No
Yes
15.12, 15.19.6
Chlorohydrins (crude)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
A
No
15.12, 15.19
4-Chloro-2-methylphenoxyacetic acid, dimethylamine salt solution
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
16.2.9
T3
T6
-
T1
IIA
IIC
-
IIA
IIA
o
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
1-(4-Chlorophenyl)-4,4- dimethyl-pentan-3-one
Y
P
2
2G
Open
2- or 3-Chloropropionic acid
Z
S/P
3
2G
Chlorosulphonic acid
Y
S/P
1
m-Chlorotoluene
Y
S/P
o-Chlorotoluene
Y
p-Chlorotoluene
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
Yes
O
No
ABD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.11.2, 15.11.3, 15.11.4, 15.11.6,
15.11.7, 15.11.8, 16.2.9
2G
Cont
No
NF
C
T
No
Yes
15.11.2, 15.11.3, 15.11.4, 15.11.5,
15.11.6, 15.11.7, 15.11.8, 15.12,
15.16.2, 15.19
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AB
No
15.19.6
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AB
No
15.19.6
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Chlorotoluenes (mixed isomers)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AB
No
15.19.6
Choline chloride solutions
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Citric acid (70% or less)
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Coconut oil (containing less than 5% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Corn Oil (containing less than 10% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Cotton seed oil (containing less than 12% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Cresols (all isomers)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
T1
IIA
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Cresylic acid, dephenolized
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
Crotonaldehyde
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19.6
1,5,9-Cyclododecatriene
X
S/P
1
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
A
No
15.13, 15.19, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Cycloheptane
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Cyclohexane
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Cyclohexanol
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Cyclohexanone
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.19.6
Cyclohexanone, Cyclohexanol mixture
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
F-T
A
No
Cyclohexyl acetate
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Cyclohexylamine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AC
No
15.19.6
1,3-Cyclopentadiene dimer (molten)
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Cyclopentane
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
T3
T2
T3
i''
IIB
IIA
IIA
o
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
Cyclopentene
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
p-Cymene
Y
P
2
2G
Decahydronaphthalene
Y
P
2
Decanoic acid
X
P
Decyl acrylate
X
Decyl alcohol (all isomers)
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
15.19.6
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.9
S/P
1
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
ACD
No
15.13, 15.19, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9(e)
Diacetone alcohol
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
Dialkyl (C8-C9) diphenylamines
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Dialkyl (C7-C13) phthalates
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Dibromomethane
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
No
No
15.12.3, 15.19
Dibutylamine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
ACD
No
15.19.6
Dibutyl hydrogen phosphonate
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Dibutyl phthalate
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Dichlorobenzene (all isomers)
X
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
ABD
No
15.19.6
3,4-Dichloro-1-butene
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
ABC
Yes
15.12.3, 15.17, 15.19.6
Dichloroethyl ether
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.19.6
2,2'-Dichloroisopropyl ether
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
ACD
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
2,4-Dichlorophenol
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
Dry
Yes
R
T
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
1,1-Dichloropropane
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AB
No
15.12, 15.19.6
1,2-Dichloropropane
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T1
IIA
No
R
F-T
AB
No
15.12, 15.19.6
1,3-Dichloropropene
X
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
C
F-T
AB
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.18, 15.19
Dichloropropene/Dichloropropane mixtures
X
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
ABD
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.18, 15.19
Diethanolamine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
T1
IIA
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.6, 16.2.9
Diethylamine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
R
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.19.6
Diethylaminoethanol
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
R
F-T
AC
No
15.19.6
Diethylbenzene
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Diethylenetriamine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
T3
T2
T1
T2
T2
i''
IIA
IIA
IIA
IIA
IIA
o
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
i'
i''
i'''
j
k
l
n
Diethyl ether
Z
S/P
2
1G
Cont
Inert
T4
IIB
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.4, 15.14, 15.19
Di-(2-ethylhexyl) adipate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
Diethyl phthalate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Diethyl sulphate
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
A
No
15.19.6
Diheptyl phthalate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
Di-n-hexyl adipate
X
P
1
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19
Dihexyl phthalate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
Diisobutylamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
ACD
No
15.12.3, 15.19.6
Diisobutylene
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Diisobutyl ketone
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Diisobutyl phthalate
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Diisooctyl phthalate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Diisopropanolamine
Z
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
T2
IIA
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.9
Diisopropylamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.19
Diisopropylbenzene (all isomers)
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
N,N-Dimethylacetamide
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
ACD
No
15.12, 15.17
N,N-Dimethylacetamide solution (40% or less)
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
B
No
15.12.1, 15.17
Dimethyl adipate
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Dimethylamine solution (45% or less)
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
ACD
No
15.12, 15.19.6
Dimethylamine solution (greater than 45% but not greater than 55%)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
ACD
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Dimethylamine solution (greater than 55% but not greater than 65%)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
ACD
Yes
15.12, 15.14, 15.17, 15.19
N,N-Dimethylcyclohexylamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AC
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.19.6
Dimethyl disulphide
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
B
No
15.12.3, 15.12.4, 15.19.6
N,N-Dimethyldodecylamine
X
S/P
1
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
B
No
15.19
Dimethylethanolamine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T3
IIA
No
R
F-T
AD
No
15.19.6
Dimethylformamide
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
R
F-T
AD
No
15.19.6
Dimethyl glutarate
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
-
T2
T3
-
IIA
IIA
o
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
Dimethyl hydrogen phosphite
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
Dimethyl octanoic acid
Y
P
2
2G
Dimethyl phthalate
Y
P
3
Dimethylpolysiloxane
Y
P
2,2-Dimethylpropane-1,3-diol (molten or solution)
Z
Dimethyl succinate
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
Yes
R
T
AD
No
15.12.1, 15.19.6
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.6, 16.2.9
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.9
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.9
Dinitrotoluene (molten)
X
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
A
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.19, 15.21, 16.2.6,
16.2.9, 16.6.4
Dioctyl phthalate
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
1,4-Dioxane
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
A
No
15.12, 15.19, 16.2.9
Dipentene
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Diphenyl
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
B
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Diphenyl/Diphenyl ether mixtures
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
B
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Diphenyl ether
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Diphenyl ether/Diphenyl phenyl ether mixture
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Diphenylol propane-epichlorohydrin resins
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Di-n-propylamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.12.3, 15.19.6
Dipropylene glycol
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Dithiocarbamate ester (C7-C35)
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Diundecyl phthalate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Dodecane (all isomers)
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
15.19.6
tert-Dodecanethiol
X
S/P
1
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
ABD
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Dodecene (all isomers)
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Dodecyl alcohol
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Dodecylbenzene
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Dodecyl hydroxypropyl sulphide
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Dodecyl methacrylate
Z
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.13
Dodecyl/Octadecyl methacrylate (mixture)
Z
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
R
No
AD
No
15.13, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
T2
-
i''
IIB
-
o
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
Dodecyl/Pentadecyl methacrylate mixture
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
Dodecyl phenol
X
P
2
2G
Dodecyl Xylene
Y
P
2
Drilling brines (containing zinc salts)
X
P
Drilling brines, including:calcium bromide solution, calcium chloride solution and
sodium chloride solution
Z
Epichlorohydrin
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
Yes
O
No
AD
No
15.13, 16.6.1, 16.6.2, 15.19.6
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
No
No
15.19.6
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
IIB
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Ethanolamine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
IIA
Yes
O
F-T
A
No
16.2.9
2-Ethoxyethyl acetate
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Ethoxylated long chain (C16+) alkyloxyalkylamine
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Ethyl acetate
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
Ethyl acetoacetate
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Ethyl acrylate
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIB
No
R
F-T
A
Yes
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Ethylamine
Y
S/P
2
1G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
C
F-T
CD
Yes
15.12, 15.14, 15.19.6
Ethylamine solutions (72% or less)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
AC
Yes
15.12, 15.14, 15.17, 15.19
Ethylbenzene
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Ethyl tert-butyl ether
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Ethylcyclohexane
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
N-Ethylcyclohexylamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.19.6
S-Ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.9
Ethylene chlorohydrin
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
IIA
No
C
F-T
AD
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Ethylene cyanohydrin
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
IIB
Yes
O
No
A
No
Ethylenediamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
IIA
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Ethylene dibromide
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
C
T
No
Yes
15.12, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
Ethylene dichloride
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AB
No
15.19
Ethylene glycol
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Ethylene glycol butyl ether acetate
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Ethylene glycol diacetate
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
T2
T2
T2
T2
i''
IIA
o
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
Ethylene glycol monoalkyl ethers
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Ethylene oxide/Propylene oxide mixture with an ethylene oxide content of not
more than 30% by mass
Y
S/P
2
1G
Cont
Inert
Ethyl-3-ethoxypropionate
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
2-Ethylhexanoic acid
Y
P
3
2G
2-Ethylhexyl acrylate
Y
S/P
3
2-Ethylhexylamine
Y
S/P
2-Ethyl-2-(hydroxymethyl) propane-1,3-diol, C8-C10 ester
Y
Ethylidene norbornene
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
No
C
F-T
AC
No
15.8, 15.12, 15.14, 15.19
No
No
R
No
A
No
15.19.6
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.12, 15.19.6
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AD
No
15.12.1, 15.19.6
Ethyl methacrylate
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
R
F-T
AD
No
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
N-Ethylmethylallylamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIB
No
C
F
AC
Yes
15.12.3, 15.17, 15.19
2-Ethyl-3-propylacrolein
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
IIA
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Ethyl toluene
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Fatty acid (saturated C13+)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Fatty acids, essentially linear,C6-C18, 2-ethylhexyl ester.
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
Ferric chloride solutions
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.11, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
Ferric nitrate/Nitric acid solution
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
No
Yes
15.11, 15.19
Fish oil (containing less than 4% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
NO
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Formaldehyde solutions (45% or less)
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIB
No
R
F-T
A
Yes
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Formamide
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Formic acid
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T1
IIA
No
R
T(g
)
A
Yes
15.11.2, 15.11.3, 15.11.4, 15.11.6,
15.11.7, 15.11.8, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
Furfural
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIB
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.19.6
Furfuryl alcohol
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Glutaraldehyde solutions (50% or less)
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
Glyceryl triacetate
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Glycidyl ester of C10 trialkylacetic acid
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Glycine, sodium salt solution
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
T2
T3
i''
IIB
IIB
o
15.19.6
15.19.6
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
i'
i''
i'''
j
k
l
n
Glycolic acid solution (70% or less)
Z
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
-
-
NF
O
No
No
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Glyoxal solution (40% or less)
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Glyphosate solution (not containing surfactant)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Groundnut oil (containing less than 4% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Heptane (all isomers)
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
n-Heptanoic acid
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Heptanol (all isomers) (d)
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Heptene (all isomers)
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Heptyl acetate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
1-Hexadecylnaphthalene / 1,4-bis(hexadecyl)naphthalene mixture
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Hexamethylenediamine adipate (50% in water)
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Hexamethylenediamine (molten)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
C
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.18, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
Hexamethylenediamine solution
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
A
No
15.19.6
Hexamethylene diisocyanate
Y
S/P
2
1G
Cont
Dry
Yes
C
T
AC(b)
D
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.16.2, 15.18, 15.19
Hexamethylene glycol
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Hexamethyleneimine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AC
No
15.19.6
Hexane (all isomers)
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
1,6-Hexanediol, distillation overheads
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
ABCD
No
15.12.3, 15.12.4, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
Hexanoic acid
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
Hexanol
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
Hexene (all isomers)
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Hexyl acetate
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Hydrochloric acid
Z
S/P
3
1G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
No
Yes
15.11
Hydrogen peroxide solutions (over 60% but not over 70% by mass)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
C
No
No
No
15.5.1, 15.19.6
2-Hydroxyethyl acrylate
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
A
No
15.12, 15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
N-(Hydroxyethyl)ethylenediaminetriacetic acid, trisodium salt solution
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
2-Hydroxy-4-(methylthio)butanoic acid
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
-
T1
-
-
IIB
-
o
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
Isoamyl alcohol
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
Isobutyl alcohol
Z
P
3
2G
Isobutyl formate
Z
P
3
Isobutyl methacrylate
Z
S/P
Isophorone
Y
Isophoronediamine
i'
i''
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
No
R
F
AB
No
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
3
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
BD
Yes
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
No
A
No
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
A
No
16.2.9
Isophorone diisocyanate
X
S/P
2
2G
Cont
Dry
Yes
C
T
ABD
No
15.12, 15.16.2, 15.17, 15.19.6
Isoprene
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T3
IIB
No
R
F
B
No
15.13, 15.14, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Isopropanolamine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
T2
IIA
Yes
O
F-T
A
No
16.2.9, 15.19.6, 16.2.6
Isopropyl acetate
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
Isopropylamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
CD
Yes
15.12, 15.14, 15.19
Isopropylcyclohexane
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Isopropyl ether
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
Inert
No
R
F
A
No
15.4.6, 15.13.3, 15.19.6
Lactic acid
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Lactonitrile solution (80% or less)
Y
S/P
2
1G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
ACD
Yes
15.1, 15.12, 15.17, 15.18, 15.19, 16.6.1,
16.2.2, 16.6.3
Lard (containing less than 1% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Lauric acid
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Linseed oil (containing less than 2% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Liquid chemical wastes
X
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.19.6, 20.5.1
Long-chain alkaryl polyether (C11-C20)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
16.2.6, 16.2.9
L-Lysine solution (60% or less)
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Magnesium chloride solution
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Maleic anhydride
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
No
AC(f)
No
16.2.9
Mercaptobenzothiazol, sodium salt solution
X
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Mesityl oxide
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.19.6
Metam sodium solution
X
S/P
1
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.19, 16.2.9
Methacrylic acid
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
A
No
15.13, 16.6.1, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
IIA
T2
-
-
T2
IIA
-
-
IIB
o
15.12, 15.13, 15.17, 15.19, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
i'
i''
i'''
j
k
l
n
Methacrylic resin in Ethylene dichloride
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
R
F-T
AB
No
15.19, 16.2.9
Methacrylonitrile
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.13, 15.17, 15.19
3-Methoxy-1-butanol
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
3-Methoxybutyl acetate
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
N-(2-Methoxy-1-methyl ethyl)-2-ethyl-6-methyl chloroacetanilide
X
P
1
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6
Methyl acetate
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
Methyl acetoacetate
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Methyl acrylate
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
Yes
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Methyl alcohol
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Methylamine solutions (42% or less)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
ACD
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Methylamyl acetate
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Methylamyl alcohol
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Methyl amyl ketone
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Methylbutenol
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Methyl tert-butyl ether
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
Methyl butyl ketone
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
Methylbutynol
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
Methyl butyrate
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Methylcyclohexane
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Methylcyclopentadiene dimer
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
B
No
15.19.6
Methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl
X
S/P
1
1G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
ABCD
Yes
15.12, 15.18, 15.19, 16.2.9
Methyl diethanolamine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.6
2-Methyl-6-ethyl aniline
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AD
No
Methyl ethyl ketone
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
2-Methyl-5-ethyl pyridine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AD
No
15.19.6
Methyl formate
Z
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.14, 15.19
2-Methyl-2-hydroxy-3-butyne
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
ABD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
T1
-
IIB
-
IIA
IIA
o
15.19.6
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
Methyl isobutyl ketone
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
Methyl methacrylate
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
3-Methyl-3-methoxybutanol
Z
P
3
2G
Open
Methyl naphthalene (molten)
X
S/P
2
2G
2-Methylpyridine
Z
S/P
2
3-Methylpyridine
Z
S/P
4-Methylpyridine
Z
N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
R
F
AB
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Cont
No
Yes
R
No
AD
No
15.19.6
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F
A
No
15.12.3, 15.19.6
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F
AC
No
15.12.3, 15.19
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
A
No
15.12.3, 15.19, 16.2.9
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Methyl salicylate
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
alpha-Methylstyrene
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T1
IIB
No
R
F-T
AD(j)
No
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
3-(methylthio)propionaldehyde
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T3
IIA
Yes
C
T
BC
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Morpholine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Motor fuel anti-knock compounds (containing lead alkyls)
X
S/P
1
1G
Cont
No
T4
IIA
No
C
F-T
AC
Yes
15.6, 15.12, 15.18, 15.19
Naphthalene (molten)
X
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T1
IIA
Yes
R
No
AD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Neodecanoic acid
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Nitrating acid (mixture of sulphuric and nitric acids)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
C
T
No
Yes
15.11, 15.16.2, 15.17, 15.19
Nitric acid (70% and over)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
C
T
No
Yes
15.11, 15.19
Nitric acid (less than 70%)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
No
Yes
15.11, 15.19
Nitrilotriacetic acid, trisodium salt solution
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Nitrobenzene
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
IIA
Yes
C
T
AD
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.18, 15.19, 16.2.9
Nitroethane
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
IIB
No
R
F-T
A(f)
No
15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2, 16.6.4
Nitroethane(80%)/ Nitropropane(20%)
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
IIB
No
R
F-T
A(f)
No
15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2, 16.6.3
o-Nitrophenol (molten)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
AD
No
15.12, 15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
1- or 2-Nitropropane
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
15.19.6
Nitropropane (60%)/Nitroethane (40%) mixture
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A(f)
No
15.19.6
Nonane (all isomers)
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
BC
No
15.19.6
Nonanoic acid (all isomers)
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
T2
T1
T2
i''
IIA
IIB
o
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
Nonene (all isomers)
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
Nonyl alcohol (all isomers)
Y
P
2
2G
Nonyl methacrylate monomer
Y
P
2
Nonylphenol
X
P
Noxious liquid, NF, (1) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) ST1, Cat. X
X
Noxious liquid, F, (2) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) ST1, Cat. X
i'
i''
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
1
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
P
1
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6
X
P
1
2G
Cont
No
T3
IIA
No
R
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6
Noxious liquid, NF, (3) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) ST2, Cat. X
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
-
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6
Noxious liquid, F, (4) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) ST2, Cat. X
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
T3
No
R
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6
Noxious liquid, NF, (5) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) ST2, Cat. Y
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
-
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6, 16.2.9(l)
Noxious liquid, F, (6) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) ST2, Cat. Y
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
T3
IIA
No
R
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6, 16.2.9(l)
Noxious liquid, NF, (7) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) ST3, Cat. Y
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6, 16.2.9(l)
Noxious liquid, F, (8) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) ST3, Cat. Y
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
T3
IIA
No
R
No
A
No
15.19, 16.2.6, 16.2.9(l)
Noxious liquid, NF, (9) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) ST3, Cat. Z
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
-
Yes
O
No
A
No
Noxious liquid, F, (10) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) ST3, Cat. Z
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
T3
No
R
No
A
No
Octane (all isomers)
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
Octanoic acid (all isomers)
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Octanol (all isomers)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Octene (all isomers)
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Octyl aldehydes
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Olefin-Alkyl ester copolymer (molecular weight 2000+)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Olefins (C13+, all isomers)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Oleic acid
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Oleum
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
C
T
No
Yes
15.11.2 to 15.11.8, 15.12.1, 15.16.2,
15.17, 15.19, 16.2.6
Olive oil (containing less than 3.3% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Palm kernel oil (containing less than 5% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
T3
IIB
Yes
Open
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Palm oil (containing less than 5% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Palm olein (containing less than 5% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
IIA
IIA
o
15.19.6
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
i'
i''
i'''
j
k
l
n
Palm stearin (containing less than 5% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Paraffin wax
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Paraldehyde
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Paraldehyde-ammonia reaction product
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
A
No
15.12.3, 15.19
Pentachloroethane
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
No
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.19.6
1,3-Pentadiene
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AB
No
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2, 16.6.3
Pentane (all isomers)
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.14, 15.19.6
Pentanoic acid
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
n-Pentanoic acid (64%)/2-Methyl butyric acid (36%) mixture
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
C
No
AD
No
15.11.2, 15.11.3, 15.11.4, 15.11.6,
15.11.7, 15.11.8, 15.12.3, 15.19
Pentene (all isomers)
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.14, 15.19.6
n-Pentyl propionate
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Perchloroethylene
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
No
No
15.12.1, 15.12.2, 15.19.6
Petrolatum
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
16.2.6, 16.2.9
Phenol
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
A
No
15.12, 15.19, 16.2.9
1-Phenyl-1-xylyl ethane
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Phosphoric acid
Z
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.11.1, 15.11.2, 15.11.3, 15.11.4,
15.11.6, 15.11.7, 15.11.8, 16.2.9
Phosphorous, yellow or white
X
S/P
1
1G
Cont
Pad+(vent
or inert)
No(c)
C
No
C
Yes
15.7, 15.19, 16.2.9
Phthalic anhydride (molten)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
No
AD
No
16.2.9, 15.19.6, 16.2.6
alpha-Pinene
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
beta-Pinene
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Pine oil
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.6, 16.2.9
Polyalkyl (C18-C22) acrylate in Xylene
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Polyalkyl (C10-C20) methacrylate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Polyalkyl (C10-C18) methacrylate/ethylene-propylene copolymer mixture
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Poly(2+)cyclic aromatics
X
P
1
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
No
AD
No
15.19, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
T3
IIB
T2
T1
T1
IIA
IIA
o
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
Polyethylene glycol
Z
P
3
2G
Open
Polyethylene glycol dimethyl ether
Z
P
3
2G
Polyferric sulphate solution
Y
S/P
3
Polyisobutenamine in aliphatic (C10-C14) solvent
Y
P
Polyisobutenyl anhydride adduct
Z
Poly(4+)isobutylene
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Polyolefin amide alkeneamine (C17+)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Polyolefin amide alkeneamine borate (C28-C250)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Polyolefinamine (C28-C250)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.9
Polyolefinamine in alkyl (C2-C4) benzenes
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Polyolefinamine in aromatic solvent
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Polyolefin anhydride
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Polyolefin ester (C28-C250)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Polyolefin phenolic amine (C28-C250)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Polyolefin phosphorosulphide, barium derivative (C28-C250)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
16.2.6, 16.2.9
Poly(20)oxyethylene sorbitan monooleate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Polypropylene glycol
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Polysiloxane
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Potassium hydroxide solution
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.19.6
Potassium oleate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Potassium thiosulphate (50% or less)
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
16.2.9
n-Propanolamine
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AD
No
16.2.9, 15.19.6
beta-Propiolactone
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
A
No
Propionaldehyde
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
Yes
15.17, 15.19.6
Propionic acid
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T1
IIA
No
R
F
A
Yes
15.11.2, 15.11.3, 15.11.4, 15.11.6,
15.11.7, 15.11.8, 15.19.6
Propionic anhydride
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
Yes
R
T
A
No
Propionitrile
Y
S/P
2
1G
Cont
No
T1
IIB
No
C
F-T
AD
Yes
T3
i''
IIA
IIA
o
15.12, 15.17, 15.18, 15.19
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
n-Propyl acetate
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
n-propyl alcohol
Y
P
3
2G
n-Propylamine
Z
S/P
2
Propylbenzene (all isomers)
Y
P
Propylene glycol methyl ether acetate
Z
Propylene glycol monoalkyl ether
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
No
R
F
AB
No
15.19.6
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
2G
Cont
Inert
No
C
F-T
AD
Yes
15.12, 15.19
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
Propylene glycol phenyl ether
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Propylene oxide
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
Inert
No
C
F-T
AC
No
15.8, 15.12.1, 15.14, 15.19
Propylene tetramer
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Propylene trimer
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Pyridine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
T1
IIA
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Rapeseed oil (low erucic acid, containing less than 4% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Rosin
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Sodium aluminosilicate slurry
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Sodium benzoate
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Sodium borohydride (15% or less)/Sodium hydroxide solution
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
Sodium carbonate solution
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Sodium chlorate solution (50% or less)
Z
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.9, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
Sodium dichromate solution (70% or less)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
NF
C
No
No
No
15.12.3, 15.19
Sodium hydrogen sulphide (6% or less)/Sodium carbonate (3% or less) solution
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Sodium hydrogen sulphite solution (45% or less)
Z
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
16.2.9
Sodium hydrosulphide/Ammonium sulphide solution
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.12, 15.14, 15.17, 15.19, 16.6.1,
16.6.2, 16.6.3
Sodium hydrosulphide solution (45% or less)
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
Vent or
pad (gas)
NF
R
T
No
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Sodium hydroxide solution
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
16.2.6, 16.2.9
Sodium hypochlorite solution (15% or less)
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
-
R
No
No
No
15.19.6
Sodium nitrite solution
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.12.3.1, 15.12.3.2, 15.19, 16.2.9
T2
T2
-
i''
IIA
IIB
-
o
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
Sodium silicate solution
Y
P
3
2G
Open
Sodium sulphide solution (15% or less)
Y
S/P
3
2G
Sodium sulphite solution (25% or less)
Y
P
3
Sodium thiocyanate solution (56% or less)
Y
P
Soyabean oil (containing less than 0.5% free fatty acids)
Y
Sulpholane
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
NF
O
No
No
No
16.2.9
Cont
No
NF
C
T
No
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
No
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Sulphonated polyacrylate solution
Z
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
Sulphur (molten)
Z
S
3
1G
Open
Vent or
pad (gas)
Yes
O
F-T
No
No
15.10, 16.2.9
Sulphuric acid
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.11, 15.16.2, 15.19.6
Sulphuric acid, spent
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
15.11, 15.16.2, 15.19.6
Sulphurized fat (C14-C20)
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Sunflower seed oil (containing less than 7% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Tallow (containing less than 15% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Tetrachloroethane
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
No
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.19.6
Tetraethylene glycol
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Tetraethylene pentamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Tetrahydrofuran
Z
S
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
A
No
Tetrahydronaphthalene
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Tetramethylbenzene (all isomers)
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Titanium dioxide slurry
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Toluene
Y
P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Toluenediamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
AD
Yes
15.12, 15.17, 15.19, 16.2.9, 16.2.6
Toluene diisocyanate
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
Dry
Yes
C
F-T
AC(b)
D
Yes
15.12, 15.16.2, 15.17, 15.19, 16.2.9
o-Toluidine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
A
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Tributyl phosphate
Y
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
1,2,3-Trichlorobenzene (molten)
X
S/P
1
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
ACD
Yes
15.12.1, 15,17, 15.19, 16.2.9, 16.2.6
-
i''
-
T3
T3
T1
IIB
IIA
o
15.19.6
16.2.9
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
X
S/P
1
2G
Cont
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
Y
P
3
2G
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Y
S/P
3
Trichloroethylene
Y
S/P
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
Y
1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-Trifluoroethane
i'
i'''
j
k
l
n
No
Yes
R
T
AB
No
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
No
No
15.12.1, 15.19.6
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
T
No
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.19.6
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
T
ABD
No
15.12, 15.17, 15.19
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
NF
O
No
No
No
Tricresyl phosphate (containing 1% or more ortho-isomer)
Y
S/P
1
2G
Cont
No
Yes
C
No
AB
No
15.12.3, 15.19, 16.2.6
Tridecane
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6
Tridecanoic acid
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Tridecyl acetate
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
Triethanolamine
Z
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
IIA
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.9
Triethylamine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
IIA
No
R
F-T
AC
Yes
15.12, 15.19.6
Triethylbenzene
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Triethylenetetramine
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Triethyl phosphate
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Triethylphosphite
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F-T
AB
No
Triisopropanolamine
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Triisopropylated phenyl phosphates
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Trimethylacetic acid
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
Yes
R
No
A
No
15.11.2, 15.11.3, 15.11.4, 15.11.5,
15.11.6, 15.11.7, 15.11.8, 15.19.6,
16.2.6, 16.2.9
Trimethylamine solution (30% or less)
Z
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
C
F-T
AC
Yes
15.12, 15.14, 15.19, 16.2.9
Trimethylbenzene (all isomers)
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
2,2,4-Trimethyl-1,3-pentanediol diisobutyrate
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
2,2,4-Trimethyl-1,3-pentanediol-1-isobutyrate
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
1,3,5-Trioxane
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AD
No
Tripropylene glycol
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Trixylyl phosphate
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
T2
T2
T2
T2
i''
IIA
IIA
IIA
o
15.19, 16.2.9
15.12.1, 15.19.6, 16.2.9
15.19.6, 16.2.9
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Chapter 17
a
c
d
e
f
g
h
i'
i''
i'''
j
k
l
n
Tung oil (containing less than 2.5% free fatty acids)
Y
P
2 (k)
2G
Open
No
-
-
Yes
Open
No
ABCD
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6, 16.2.9
Turpentine
X
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6
Undecanoic acid
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
16.2.6, 16.2.9
1-Undecene
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Undecyl alcohol
X
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Urea/Ammonium nitrate solution
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Urea/Ammonium nitrate solution (containing aqua ammonia)
Z
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
NF
R
T
A
No
16.2.9
Urea/Ammonium phosphate solution
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
15.19.6
Urea solution
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Valeraldehyde (all isomers)
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
Inert
No
R
F-T
A
No
Vegetable protein solution (hydrolysed)
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
A
No
Vinyl acetate
Y
S/P
3
2G
Cont
No
T2
IIA
No
R
F
A
No
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Vinyl ethyl ether
Z
S/P
2
1G
Cont
Inert
T3
IIB
No
C
F-T
A
Yes
15.4, 15.13, 15.14, 15.19, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Vinylidene chloride
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
Inert
T2
IIA
No
R
F-T
B
Yes
15.13, 15.14, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Vinyl neodecanoate
Y
S/P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Vinyltoluene
Y
S/P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
AB
No
15.13, 15.19.6, 16.6.1, 16.6.2
Waxes
Z
P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
16.2.6, 16.2.9
Xylenes
Y
P
2
2G
Cont
No
No
R
F
A
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9 (h)
Xylenol
Y
S/P
3
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.9
Zinc alkaryl dithiophosphate (C7-C16)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
16.2.6, 16.2.9
Zinc alkenyl carboxamide
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
Zinc alkyl dithiophosphate (C3-C14)
Y
P
2
2G
Open
No
Yes
O
No
AB
No
15.19.6, 16.2.6
T3
IIB
IIA
IIA
o
15.4.6, 15.19.6
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a
If the product to be carried contains flammable solvents such that the flashpoint does not
exceed 60°C, then special electrical systems and a flammable-vapour detector shall be
provided.
b
Although water is suitable for extinguishing open-air fires involving chemicals to which
this footnote applies, water shall not be allowed to contaminate closed tanks containing
these chemicals because of the risk of hazardous gas generation.
c
Phosphorus, yellow or white is carried above its autoignition temperature and therefore
flashpoint is not appropriate. Electrical equipment requirements may be similar to those
for substances with a flashpoint above 60°C.
d
Requirements are based on those isomers having a flashpoint of 60°C, or less; some
isomers have a flashpoint greater than 60°C, and therefore the requirements based on
flammability would not apply to such isomers.
e
Applies to n-decyl alcohol only.
f
Dry chemical shall not be used as fire extinguishing media
g
Confined spaces shall be tested for both formic acid vapours and carbon monoxide gas,
a decomposition product.
h
Applies to p-xylene only.
i
For mixtures containing no other components with safety hazards and where the pollution
category is Y or less
j
only certain alcohol-resistant foams are effective
k
Requirements for Ship Type identified in column e might be subject to regulation 4.1.3 of
Annex II of MARPOL 73/78
l
Applicable when the melting point is equal to or greater than 0°C.
- 98 -
Chapter 18
List of products to which the Code does not apply
18.1 The following are products, which have been reviewed for their safety and pollution
hazards and determined not to present hazards to such an extent as to warrant application of the
Code.
18.2 Although the products listed in this chapter fall outside the scope of the Code, the
attention of Administrations is drawn to the fact that some safety precautions may be needed for
their safe transportation. Accordingly, Administrations shall prescribe appropriate safety
requirements.
18.3 Some liquid substances are identified as falling into Pollution Category Z and, therefore,
subject to certain requirements of Annex II of MARPOL 73/78.
18.4 Liquid mixtures which are assessed or provisionally assessed under regulation 6.3 of
MARPOL Annex II as falling into Pollution Category Z or OS, and which do not present safety
hazards, may be carried under the appropriate entry in this chapter for “Noxious or Non-Noxious
Liquid Substances, not otherwise specified (n.o.s.)”.
EXPLANATORY NOTES
Product name
The product name shall be used in the shipping document for any cargo
offered for bulk shipments. Any additional name may be included in
brackets after the product name. In some cases, the product names
are not identical with the names given in previous issues of the
Code.
Pollution Category
The letter Z means the Pollution Category assigned to each product
under Annex II of MARPOL 73/78. OS means the product was
evaluated and found to fall outside Categories X, Y, or Z.
- 99 -
Chapter 18
Product name
Pollution Category
Acetone
Z
Alcoholic beverages, n.o.s.
Z
Apple juice
OS
n-Butyl alcohol
Z
sec-Butyl alcohol
Z
Clay slurry
OS
Coal slurry
OS
Diethylene glycol
Z
Ethyl alcohol
Z
Ethylene carbonate
Z
Glucose solution
OS
Glycerine
Z
Glycerol monooleate
Z
Hexamethylenetetramine solutions
Z
Hexylene glycol
Z
Isopropyl alcohol
Z
Kaolin slurry
OS
Magnesium hydroxide slurry
Z
N-Methylglucamine solution (70% or less)
Z
Methyl propyl ketone
Z
Molasses
OS
Noxious liquid, (11) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) Cat. Z
Z
Non-noxious liquid, (12) n.o.s. (trade name ...., contains ....) Cat. OS
OS
Polyaluminium chloride solution
Z
Potassium formate solutions
Z
Propylene carbonate
Z
Propylene glycol
Z
Sodium acetate solutions
Z
Sodium sulphate solutions
Z
Tetraethyl silicate monomer/oligomer (20% in ethanol)
Z
Triethylene glycol
Z
Water
OS
- 100 -
Chapter 19
Index of Products Carried in Bulk
19.1 The first column of the Index of Products Carried in Bulk (hereafter referred to as
“the Index”) provides the so called Index Name. Where the Index Name is in capital and in bold,
the Index Name is identical to the Product Name in either chapter 17 or chapter 18. The second
column listing the relevant Product Name is therefore empty. Where the Index Name is in
non-bold lower case it reflects a synonym for which the Product Name in either chapter 17 or
chapter 18 is given in the second column. The relevant chapter of the IBC Code is reflected in
the third column. The fourth column gives the UN Numbers of products, which were available
up to February 2001.
19.2 The Index has been developed for information purposes only. None of the Index Names
indicated in non-bold lower case in the first column shall be used as Product Name on the
shipping document.
19.3 Prefixes forming an integral part of the name are shown in ordinary (roman) type and are
taken into account in determining the alphabetical order of entries. These include such
prefixes as:
Mono Di Tri Tetra Penta Iso Bis Neo Ortho Cyclo
19.4 Prefixes that are disregarded for purposes of alphabetical order are in italics and include
the following:
nsectertompNOsymunsdlcistrans(E)(Z)alphabetagammaepsilon-
(normal-)
(secondary-)
(tertiary-)
(ortho-)
(meta-)
(para-)
(symmetrical)
(unsymmetrical)
(α-)
(β-)
(γ-)
(ε-)
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Abietic anhydride
ROSIN
17
acedimethylamide
N,N-DIMETHYLACETAMIDE
17
Acetaldehyde cyanohydrin
Acetaldehyde trimer
LACTONITRILE SOLUTION (80% OR LESS)
PARALDEHYDE
17
17
17
ACETIC ACID
Acetic acid anhydride
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
17
Acetic acid, ethenyl ester
VINYL ACETATE
17
Acetic acid, methyl ester
METHYL ACETATE
17
Acetic acid, vinyl ester
VINYL ACETATE
17
17
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
Acetic ester
ETHYL ACETATE
17
Acetic ether
ETHYL ACETATE
17
Acetic oxide
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
17
Acetoacetic acid, methyl ester
METHYL ACETOACETATE
17
Acetoacetic ester
ETHYL ACETOACETATE
17
1715
ACETONE
18
ACETONE CYANOHYDRIN
17
1541
ACETONITRILE
17
1648
Acetyl anhydride
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
17
Acetylene tetrachloride
TETRACHLOROETHANE
17
Acetyl ether
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
17
Acetyl oxide
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
17
Acintene
BETA-PINENE
17
Acroleic acid
ACRYLIC ACID
17
17
ACRYLIC ACID
Acrylic acid, 2-hydroxyethyl ester
2-HYDROXYETHYL ACRYLATE
17
Acrylic resin monomer
METHYL METHACRYLATE
17
ACRYLONITRILE
17
ACRYLONITRILE-STYRENE
COPOLYMER DISPERSION IN
POLYETHER POLYOL
Adipic acid, bis(2-ethylhexyl) ester
17
DI-(2-ETHYLHEXYL) ADIPATE
2218
1093
17
ADIPONITRILE
17
ALACHLOR TECHNICAL (90% OR MORE)
17
Alcohol
ETHYL ALCOHOL
18
Alcohol, C10
DECYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Alcohol, C11
UNDECYL ALCOHOL
17
Alcohol, C12
DODECYL ALCOHOL
17
Alcohol, C7
HEPTANOL (ALL ISOMERS) (D)
17
Alcohol, C8
OCTANOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Alcohol, C9
NONYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, N.O.S.
18
ALCOHOL (C9-C11) POLY (2.5-9)
ETHOXYLATE
17
ALCOHOL (C6-C17) (SECONDARY)
POLY(3-6)ETHOXYLATES
ALCOHOL (C6-C17) (SECONDARY)
POLY(7-12)ETHOXYLATES
ALCOHOL (C12-C16) POLY(16)ETHOXYLATES
ALCOHOL (C12-C16)
POLY(20+)ETHOXYLATES
ALCOHOL (C12-C16) POLY(719)ETHOXYLATES
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
17
17
17
17
17
2205
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Alcohols, C13 - C15
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
Aldehyde collidine
2-METHYL-5-ETHYL PYRIDINE
17
Aldehydine
ALKANES (C6-C9)
2-METHYL-5-ETHYL PYRIDINE
17
17
ISO- AND CYCLO-ALKANES (C10-C11)
17
ISO- AND CYCLO-ALKANES (C12+)
17
17
N-ALKANES (C10+)
Alkane(C10-C18)sulfonic acid, phenyl ester
ALKYL SULPHONIC ACID ESTER OF PHENOL
17
ALKENYL (C16-C20) SUCCINIC
ANHYDRIDE
ALKYLARYL PHOSPHATE MIXTURES
(MORE THAN 40% DIPHENYL TOLYL
PHOSPHATE, LESS THAN 0.02% ORTHOISOMERS)
ALKYLATED (C4-C9) HINDERED
PHENOLS
ALKYLBENZENE, ALKYLINDANE,
ALKYLINDENE MIXTURE (EACH C12-C17)
ALKYL (C5-C8) BENZENES
17
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
ALKYL (C12+) DIMETHYLAMINE
17
ALKYL DITHIOCARBAMATE (C19-C35)
17
ALKYLDITHIOTHIADIAZOLE (C6-C24)
17
ALKYL ESTER COPOLYMER (C4-C20)
17
ALKYL (C8-C10)/(C12-C14):(40% OR
LESS/60% OR MORE) POLYGLUCOSIDE
SOLUTION (55% OR LESS)
ALKYL (C8-C10)/(C12-C14):(60% OR
MORE/40% OR LESS) POLYGLUCOSIDE
SOLUTION(55% OR LESS)
17
2,2'- [3-(Alkyl(C16C18)oxy)propylimino]diethanol
ALKYL (C8-C40) PHENOL SULPHIDE
17
17
17
17
17
ETHOXYLATED LONG CHAIN (C16+)
ALKYLOXYALKYLAMINE
17
17
ALKYL (C8-C9) PHENYLAMINE IN
AROMATIC SOLVENTS
17
ALKYL (C9-C15) PHENYL PROPOXYLATE
17
ALKYL (C8-C10)/(C12-C14):(50%/50%)
POLYGLUCOSIDE SOLUTION (55% OR
LESS)
ALKYL (C12-C14) POLYGLUCOSIDE
SOLUTION (55% OR LESS)
17
ALKYL (C8-C10) POLYGLUCOSIDE
SOLUTION (65% OR LESS).
17
ALKYL(C10-C20, SATURATED AND
UNSATURATED) PHOSPHITE
17
ALKYL SULPHONIC ACID ESTER OF
PHENOL
3-Alky(C16-C18)oxy-N,N'-bis(2hydroxyethyl)propan-1-amine
17
1993
17
ETHOXYLATED LONG CHAIN (C16+)
ALKYLOXYALKYLAMINE
17
17
17
ALLYL ALCOHOL
ALLYL CHLORIDE
Aluminium silicate hydroxide
2735
KAOLIN SLURRY
18
17
ALUMINIUM SULPHATE SOLUTION
Aminoacetic acid, sodium salt solution
GLYCINE, SODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
1-Amino-3-aminomethyl-3,5,5trimethylcyclohexane
Aminobenzene
ISOPHORONEDIAMINE
17
ANILINE
17
1-Aminobutane
BUTYLAMINE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
1098
1100
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
2-Aminobutane
BUTYLAMINE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Aminocyclohexane
CYCLOHEXYLAMINE
17
Aminoethane
Aminoethane solutions, 72% or less
ETHYLAMINE
ETHYLAMINE SOLUTIONS (72% OR LESS)
17
17
2-Aminoethanol
ETHANOLAMINE
17
2-(2-Aminoethylamino)ethanol
AMINOETHYL ETHANOLAMINE
17
17
AMINOETHYL ETHANOLAMINE
N-(2-aminoethyl)ethylenediamine
DIETHYLENETRIAMINE
17
2-Aminoisobutane
BUTYLAMINE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Aminomethane
METHYLAMINE SOLUTIONS (42% OR LESS)
17
Aminomethane solutions, 42% or less
METHYLAMINE SOLUTIONS (42% OR LESS)
17
1-Amino-2-methylbenzene
O-TOLUIDINE
17
2-Amino-1-methylbenzene
O-TOLUIDINE
17
17
2-AMINO-2-METHYL-1-PROPANOL
3-Aminomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexylamineISOPHORONEDIAMINE
17
Aminophen
ANILINE
17
1-Aminopropane
N-PROPYLAMINE
17
2-Aminopropane
ISOPROPYLAMINE
17
1-Amino-2-propanol
ISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
1-Aminopropan-2-ol
ISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
3-Aminopropan-1-ol
N-PROPANOLAMINE
17
2-Aminotoluene
O-TOLUIDINE
17
o-Aminotoluene
O-TOLUIDINE
17
5-Amino-1,3,3-trimethylcyclohexylmethylamineISOPHORONEDIAMINE
17
AMMONIA AQUEOUS (28% OR LESS)
17
Ammonia water, 28% or less
AMMONIUM HYDROGEN PHOSPHATE
SOLUTION
Ammonium hydroxide, 28% or less
AMMONIA AQUEOUS (28% OR LESS)
2672
17
17
AMMONIA AQUEOUS (28% OR LESS)
17
17
AMMONIUM NITRATE SOLUTION (93%
OR LESS)
AMMONIUM POLYPHOSPHATE
SOLUTION
17
AMMONIUM SULPHATE SOLUTION
17
AMMONIUM SULPHIDE SOLUTION (45%
OR LESS)
17
2683
17
1104
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
Amyl acetate, commercial
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
n-Amyl acetate
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
sec-Amyl acetate
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Amylacetic ester
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Amyl alcohol
N-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
N-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
AMYL ALCOHOL, PRIMARY
17
SEC-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
TERT-AMYL ALCOHOL
Amyl aldehyde
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
Amyl carbinol
HEXANOL
17
alpha-n-Amylene
PENTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Amylene hydrate
TERT-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
tert-Amylenes
PENTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Amyl hydrate
N-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
Amyl hydride
PENTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
TERT-AMYL METHYL ETHER
17
1993
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
n-Amyl methyl ketone
METHYL AMYL KETONE
17
n-Amyl propionate
N-PENTYL PROPIONATE
17
Anaesthetic ether
ANILINE
DIETHYL ETHER
17
17
Aniline oil
ANILINE
17
Ant oil, artificial
FURFURAL
17
18
APPLE JUICE
Aqua fortis
NITRIC ACID (70% AND OVER)
17
Arachis Oil
GROUNDNUT OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 4% FREE FATTY
ACIDS)
KAOLIN SLURRY
17
Argilla
18
ARYL POLYOLEFINS (C11-C50)
17
AVIATION ALKYLATES (C8 PARAFFINS
AND ISO-PARAFFINS BPT 95 - 120°C)
Azacycloheptane
17
HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE
17
3-Azapentane-1,5-diamine
DIETHYLENETRIAMINE
17
Azepane
HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE
17
Azotic acid
NITRIC ACID (70% AND OVER)
17
Banana oil
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
BARIUM LONG CHAIN (C11-C50)
ALKARYL SULPHONATE
Battery acid
SULPHURIC ACID
17
Behenyl alcohol
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
Benzenamine
2-METHYL-5-ETHYL PYRIDINE
17
1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, diethyl ester
DIETHYL PHTHALATE
17
1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, diundecyl ester
DIUNDECYL PHTHALATE
17
BENZENE AND MIXTURES HAVING 10%
BENZENE OR MORE (I)
BENZENETRICARBOXYLIC ACID,
TRIOCTYL ESTER
Benzenol
1547
17
17
PHENOL
17
Benzol
BENZENE AND MIXTURES HAVING 10% BENZENE OR MORE
(I)
17
Benzole
BENZENE AND MIXTURES HAVING 10% BENZENE OR MORE
(I)
17
Benzophenol
PHENOL
17
Benzothiazole-2-thiol(, sodium salt)
MERCAPTOBENZOTHIAZOL, SODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
2-Benzothiazolethiol(, sodium salt)
MERCAPTOBENZOTHIAZOL, SODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
(2-Benzothiazolylthio) sodium solution
MERCAPTOBENZOTHIAZOL, SODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
17
BENZYL ACETATE
17
BENZYL ALCOHOL
Benzyl butyl phthalate
BUTYL BENZYL PHTHALATE
17
Betaprone
BETA-PROPIOLACTONE
17
Betula oil
METHYL SALICYLATE
17
Biformyl
GLYOXAL SOLUTION (40% OR LESS)
17
Bihexyl
DODECANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Biphenyl
Bis(methylcyclopentadiene)
DIPHENYL
METHYLCYCLOPENTADIENE DIMER
17
17
2,5-Bis(alkyl(C7+)thio)-1,3,4-thiadiazole
ALKYLDITHIOTHIADIAZOLE (C6-C24)
17
Bis(2-aminoethyl)amine
DIETHYLENETRIAMINE
17
N,N'-Bis(2-aminoethyl)ethane-1,2-diamine
TRIETHYLENETETRAMINE
17
N,N'-Bis(2-aminoethyl)ethylenediamine
TRIETHYLENETETRAMINE
17
N,N- Bis(carboxymethyl)glycine trisodium salt
NITRILOTRIACETIC ACID, TRISODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
Bis(chloroethyl) ether
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
17
Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
17
2810
1114
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Bis (2-chloroisopropyl) ether
2,2'-DICHLOROISOPROPYL ETHER
17
Bis(2-chloro-1-methylethyl) ether
2,2'-DICHLOROISOPROPYL ETHER
17
Bis(2-ethylhexyl) adipate
Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
DI-(2-ETHYLHEXYL) ADIPATE
DIOCTYL PHTHALATE
17
17
Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amine
DIETHANOLAMINE
17
Bis(2-hydroxyethyl) ether
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL
18
Bis(2-hydroxypropyl)amine
DIISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
Bis(6-methylheptyl) phthalate
DIOCTYL PHTHALATE
17
Blackstrap molasses
MOLASSES
18
Bolus alba
KAOLIN SLURRY
18
Bran oil
FURFURAL
17
Brimstone
SULPHUR (MOLTEN)
17
17
BROMOCHLOROMETHANE
Butaldehyde
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Butanal
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
n-Butanal
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Butane-1,3-diol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
Butane -1,4-diol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
Butane-2,3-diol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
1,3-Butanediol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
1,4-Butanediol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
2,3-Butanediol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
Butanoic acid
BUTYRIC ACID
17
Butanol
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
Butanol-1
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
Butan-1-ol
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
Butan-2-ol
SEC-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
1-Butanol
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
2-Butanol
SEC-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
Butanol acetate
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Butanol acetate
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Butan-4-olide
GAMMA-BUTYROLACTONE
17
1,4-Butanolide
GAMMA-BUTYROLACTONE
17
n-Butanol
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
sec-Butanol
SEC-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
tert-Butanol
TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL
17
Butan-2-one
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
17
2-Butanone
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
17
2-Butenal
CROTONALDEHYDE
17
Butene dimer
OCTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
1-Butoxybutane
N-BUTYL ETHER
17
2-Butoxyethanol
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
2-tert-butoxyethanol
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
2-Butoxyethyl acetate
ETHYLENE GLYCOL BUTYL ETHER ACETATE
17
1-Butoxypropan-2-ol
Butyl acetate
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
17
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
n-Butyl acetate
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
sec-Butyl acetate
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
tert-Butyl acetate
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
BUTYL ACRYLATE (ALL ISOMERS)
n-Butyl acrylate
BUTYL ACRYLATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Butyl alcohol
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
1123
2348
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
SEC-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL
n-Butyl aldehyde
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
17
BUTYLAMINE (ALL ISOMERS)
n-Butylamine
BUTYLAMINE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
sec-Butylamine
BUTYLAMINE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
tert-Butylamine
BUTYLAMINE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
BUTYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
tert-Butylbenzene
BUTYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
2709
17
17
BUTYL BENZYL PHTHALATE
Butyl butanoate
1125, 12
BUTYL BUTYRATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
BUTYL BUTYRATE (ALL ISOMERS)
n-Butyl butyrate
BUTYL BUTYRATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
n-Butylcarbinol
N-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
Butyl cellosolve
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
Butyl cellosolve acetate
ETHYLENE GLYCOL BUTYL ETHER ACETATE
17
BUTYL/DECYL/CETYL/EICOSYL
METHACRYLATE MIXTURE
Butyl/decyl/hexadecyl/icosyl methacrylate mixtureBUTYL/DECYL/CETYL/EICOSYL METHACRYLATE MIXTURE
17
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
17
alpha-Butylene glycol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
beta-Butylene glycol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
Butylene glycol momomethyl ether
3-METHOXY-1-BUTANOL
17
Butylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate
3-METHOXYBUTYL ACETATE
17
Butylene oxide
TETRAHYDROFURAN
17
17
1,2-BUTYLENE OXIDE
Butyl ester
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Butyl ethanoate
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Butyl ether
N-BUTYL ETHER
17
17
N-BUTYL ETHER
Butylethylacetic acid
OCTANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Butylethylene
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
tert-Butyl ethyl ether
ETHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER
17
Butylic ether
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
iso-Butyl ketone
DIISOBUTYL KETONE
17
3022
1149
17
BUTYL METHACRYLATE
tert-Butyl methyl ether
METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER
17
Butyl methyl ketone
METHYL BUTYL KETONE
17
Butyl phthalate
DIBUTYL PHTHALATE
17
N-BUTYL PROPIONATE
17
1914
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
1129
n-Butyraldehyde
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
BUTYRIC ACID
n-Butyric acid
BUTYRIC ACID
17
Butyric alcohol
Butyric aldehyde
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
18
17
17
GAMMA-BUTYROLACTONE
Cajeputene
DIPENTENE
17
Calcium bromide / zinc bromide solution
DRILLING BRINES (CONTAINING ZINC SALTS)
17
CALCIUM CARBONATE SLURRY
17
CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE SOLUTION
(15% OR LESS)
17
2820
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE SOLUTION
(MORE THAN 15%)
17
CALCIUM LONG-CHAIN ALKYL(C5-C10)
PHENATE
CALCIUM LONG-CHAIN ALKYL(C11-C40)
PHENATE
CALCIUM LONG-CHAIN ALKYL
PHENATE SULPHIDE (C8-C40)
Cane molasses
MOLASSES
17
Canola oil
17
Capric acid
RAPESEED OIL (LOW ERUCIC ACID, CONTAINING LESS
THAN 4% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
DECANOIC ACID
Caproic acid
HEXANOIC ACID
17
alpha-Caproic acid
OCTANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Caprolactam
EPSILON-CAPROLACTAM (MOLTEN OR AQUEOUS
SOLUTIONS)
17
17
17
18
17
17
EPSILON-CAPROLACTAM (MOLTEN OR
AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS)
Caproyl alcohol
HEXANOL
17
Capryl alcohol
OCTANOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Caprylic acid
OCTANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Carbamide
UREA SOLUTION
17
Carbinol
METHYL ALCOHOL
17
Carbolic acid
PHENOL
17
Carbon bisulphide
CARBON DISULPHIDE
17
CARBON DISULPHIDE
17
1131
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
17
1846
Carbonyldiamide
UREA SOLUTION
17
Carbonyldiamine
UREA SOLUTION
17
1,3-Carbonyl dioxypropane
PROPYLENE CARBONATE
18
17
CASTOR OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN
2% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
Caustic potash solution
POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
Caustic soda
SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
Caustic soda solution
SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
Cellosolve acetate
2-ETHOXYETHYL ACETATE
17
Cellosolve solvent
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
CETYL/EICOSYL METHACRYLATE
MIXTURE
Cetyl / stearyl alcohol
17
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
China Wood Oil
TUNG OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 2.5% FREE FATTY
ACIDS)
17
China clay
KAOLIN SLURRY
18
17
CHLORINATED PARAFFINS (C10-C13)
17
CHLOROACETIC ACID (80% OR LESS)
alpha-Chloroallyl chloride
1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE
17
Chloroallylene
ALLYL CHLORIDE
17
CHLOROBENZENE
Chlorobenzol
CHLOROBENZENE
17
17
Chlorobromomethane
BROMOCHLOROMETHANE
17
1-Chloro-2-(beta-chloroethoxy)ethane
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
17
1-Chloro-2,3-epoxypropane
EPICHLOROHYDRIN
17
Chloroethanol-2
ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN
17
2-Chloroethanol
ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN
17
2-Chloroethyl alcohol
ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN
17
beta-Chloroethyl alcohol
ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN
17
1750
1134
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Chloroethyl ether
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
17
2-Chloro-6'-ethyl-N-(2-methoxy-1methylethyl)acet-o-toluidide
2-Chloro-N-(2-ethyl-6-methylphenyl)-N-(2methoxy-1-methylethyl)acetamide
CHLOROFORM
N-(2-METHOXY-1-METHYL ETHYL)-2-ETHYL-6-METHYL
CHLOROACETANILIDE
N-(2-METHOXY-1-METHYL ETHYL)-2-ETHYL-6-METHYL
CHLOROACETANILIDE
17
17
17
1888
17
CHLOROHYDRINS (CRUDE)
m-Chloromethylbenzene
M-CHLOROTOLUENE
17
o-Chloromethylbenzene
O-CHLOROTOLUENE
17
p-Chloromethylbenzene
P-CHLOROTOLUENE
17
Chloromethylethylene oxide
EPICHLOROHYDRIN
17
(2-Chloro-l-methylethyl) ether
2,2'-DICHLOROISOPROPYL ETHER
17
2-Chloro-1-methylethyl ether
2,2'-DICHLOROISOPROPYL ETHER
17
Chloromethyloxirane
EPICHLOROHYDRIN
17
4-CHLORO-2-METHYLPHENOXYACETIC
ACID, DIMETHYLAMINE SALT SOLUTION
1-(4-CHLOROPHENYL)-4,4- DIMETHYLPENTAN-3-ONE
2- or 3- Chloropropanoic acid
2- OR 3-CHLOROPROPIONIC ACID
17
3-Chloropropene
17
ALLYL CHLORIDE
17
17
17
2- OR 3-CHLOROPROPIONIC ACID
alpha- or beta- Chloropropionic acid
2- OR 3-CHLOROPROPIONIC ACID
17
3-Chloropropylene
ALLYL CHLORIDE
17
alpha-Chloropropylene
ALLYL CHLORIDE
17
Chloropropylene oxide
EPICHLOROHYDRIN
17
17
CHLOROSULPHONIC ACID
Chlorosulphuric acid
CHLOROSULPHONIC ACID
17
3-Chlorotoluene
M-CHLOROTOLUENE
17
4-Chlorotoluene
P-CHLOROTOLUENE
17
2511
1754
M-CHLOROTOLUENE
17
2238
O-CHLOROTOLUENE
17
2238
P-CHLOROTOLUENE
17
2238
CHLOROTOLUENES (MIXED ISOMERS)
17
2238
Choice White Grease
TALLOW (CONTAINING LESS THAN 15% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
17
17
CHOLINE CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS
Cinene
DIPENTENE
17
cis-Butenedioic anhydride
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE
17
cis-9-Octadecenoic acid
OLEIC ACID
17
cis-1,3-Pentadiene
1,3-PENTADIENE
17
cis-trans-1,3-Pentadiene
1,3-PENTADIENE
17
CITRIC ACID (70% OR LESS)
17
CLAY SLURRY
18
18
COAL SLURRY
Cochin
COCONUT OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 5% FREE FATTY
ACIDS)
17
COCONUT OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN
5% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
Colamine
ETHANOLAMINE
17
Cologne spirits
ETHYL ALCOHOL
18
Colonial spirit
METHYL ALCOHOL
17
Colophony
ROSIN
17
Columbian spirit
METHYL ALCOHOL
17
Columbian spirits
METHYL ALCOHOL
17
Copra Oil
COCONUT OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 5% FREE FATTY
ACIDS)
17
17
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
CORN OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 10%
FREE FATTY ACIDS)
17
COTTON SEED OIL (CONTAINING LESS
THAN 12% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
Creosote salts
17
NAPHTHALENE (MOLTEN)
17
CRESOLS (ALL ISOMERS)
17
CRESYLIC ACID, DEPHENOLIZED
17
Cresylic acids
CRESOLS (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Cresylols
CRESOLS (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
CROTONALDEHYDE
Crotonic aldehyde
CROTONALDEHYDE
17
Cumene
PROPYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Cumol
PROPYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Cyanoethylene
ACRYLONITRILE
17
2-Cyano-2-propanol
ACETONE CYANOHYDRIN
17
2-Cyanopropan-2-ol
ACETONE CYANOHYDRIN
17
2-cyanopropene-1
METHACRYLONITRILE
17
Cyclic propylene carbonate
PROPYLENE CARBONATE
18
1143
17
1,5,9-CYCLODODECATRIENE
17
CYCLOHEPTANE
Cyclohexamethylenimine
2076
HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE
CYCLOHEXANE
17
CYCLOHEXANOL
17
CYCLOHEXANONE
17
CYCLOHEXANONE, CYCLOHEXANOL
MIXTURE
Cyclohexatriene
17
BENZENE AND MIXTURES HAVING 10% BENZENE OR MORE
(I)
2241
17
1145
1915
17
CYCLOHEXYL ACETATE
17
2243
CYCLOHEXYLAMINE
17
2357
Cyclohexyldimethylamine
N,N-DIMETHYLCYCLOHEXYLAMINE
17
Cyclohexyl(ethyl)amine
N-ETHYLCYCLOHEXYLAMINE
17
Cyclohexyl ketone
CYCLOHEXANONE
17
Cyclohexylmethane
METHYLCYCLOHEXANE
17
1,3-CYCLOPENTADIENE DIMER
(MOLTEN)
CYCLOPENTANE
17
17
1146
CYCLOPENTENE
17
2246
Cyclotetramethylene oxide
TETRAHYDROFURAN
17
17
P-CYMENE
Cymol
P-CYMENE
17
Deanol
DIMETHYLETHANOLAMINE
17
17
DECAHYDRONAPHTHALENE
17
DECANOIC ACID
Decan-l-ol
DECYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
n-Decanol
DECYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Decoic acid
DECYL ACRYLATE
DECANOIC ACID
17
17
Decyl alcohol
DECYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
DECYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
Decylbenzene
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
Decylic acid
DECANOIC ACID
17
1-Deoxy-1-methylamino-D-glucitol
N-METHYLGLUCAMINE SOLUTION (70% OR LESS)
18
Detergent alkylate
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
2046
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Diacetic ester
ETHYL ACETOACETATE
17
Diacetone
DIACETONE ALCOHOL
17
DIACETONE ALCOHOL
Di[alkyl/alkenyl(C10-C20)] hydrogen phosphite ALKYL(C10-C20, SATURATED AND UNSATURATED)
PHOSPHITE
DIALKYL (C8-C9) DIPHENYLAMINES
17
17
DIALKYL (C7-C13) PHTHALATES
17
17
1,2-Diaminoethane
ETHYLENEDIAMINE
17
1,6-Diaminohexane
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE (MOLTEN)
17
1,6-Diaminohexane solutions
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE SOLUTION
17
2,6-Diaminohexanioc acid
L-LYSINE SOLUTION (60% OR LESS)
17
Diaminotoluene
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
2,4-Diaminotoluene
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
2,6-Diaminotoluene
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
4,6-Diamino-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohex-2-enone
ISOPHORONEDIAMINE
17
3,6-Diazaoctane-1,8-diamine
TRIETHYLENETETRAMINE
17
1,2-Dibromoethane
ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE
17
17
DIBROMOMETHANE
17
DIBUTYLAMINE
Dibutylbenzene-1,2-dicarboxylate
DIBUTYL PHTHALATE
17
Dibutyl carbinol
NONYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Dibutyl ether
N-BUTYL ETHER
17
n-Dibutyl ether
N-BUTYL ETHER
17
Dibutyl hydrogen phosphite
DIBUTYL HYDROGEN PHOSPHONATE
17
17
DIBUTYL HYDROGEN PHOSPHONATE
Dibutyl phosphonate
DIBUTYL HYDROGEN PHOSPHONATE
Dibutyl ortho-phthalate
17
17
DIBUTYL PHTHALATE
DIBUTYL PHTHALATE
17
17
DICHLOROBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
DICHLOROBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
m-Dichlorobenzene
DICHLOROBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
o-Dichlorobenzene
DICHLOROBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
3,4-DICHLORO-1-BUTENE
3,4-Dichlorobut-1-ene
3,4-DICHLORO-1-BUTENE
17
2,2'-Dichlorodiethyl ether
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
17
Dichlorodiisopropyl ether
2,2'-DICHLOROISOPROPYL ETHER
17
1,2-Dichloroethane
ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE
17
1,1-Dichloroethene
VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE
17
Dichloroether
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
17
1,1-Dichloroethylene
VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE
17
17
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
2,2'-Dichloroethyl ether
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
17
Dichloroethyl oxide
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
17
1916
2,2'-DICHLOROISOPROPYL ETHER
17
2490
2,4-DICHLOROPHENOL
17
2021
1,1-DICHLOROPROPANE
1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE
17
17
1279
Dichloropropane / dichloropropene mixtures
DICHLOROPROPENE/DICHLOROPROPANE MIXTURES
17
1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE
17
DICHLOROPROPENE/DICHLOROPROPAN
E MIXTURES
Dichloropropylene
1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE
17
1,4-Dicyanobutane
17
ADIPONITRILE
17
2047
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Dicyclopentadiene
1,3-CYCLOPENTADIENE DIMER (MOLTEN)
17
Didecyl phthalate
DIALKYL (C7-C13) PHTHALATES
17
Didodecyl phthalate
DIETHANOLAMINE
DIALKYL (C7-C13) PHTHALATES
17
17
DIETHYLAMINE
17
1154
DIETHYLAMINOETHANOL
17
2686
2-Diethylaminoethanol
DIETHYLAMINOETHANOL
17
17
DIETHYLBENZENE
1,4-Diethylene dioxide
1,4-DIOXANE
17
Diethylene ether
1,4-DIOXANE
17
18
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL
Diethylene oxide
1,4-DIOXANE
17
17
DIETHYLENETRIAMINE
N,N-Diethylethanamine
TRIETHYLAMINE
17
Diethylethanolamine
DIETHYLAMINOETHANOL
17
N,N-Diethylethanolamine
DIETHYLAMINOETHANOL
17
17
DIETHYL ETHER
N,N-Diethylethylamine
TRIETHYLAMINE
DIETHYL ETHER
17
17
DIETHYL SULPHATE
Diformyl
GLYOXAL SOLUTION (40% OR LESS)
17
Diglycol
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL
18
DODECANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
DI-N-HEXYL ADIPATE
17
DIHEXYL PHTHALATE
1,3-Dihydroisobenzofuran-1,3-dione
PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE (MOLTEN)
17
2,3-Dihydroxybutane
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
2,2'-Dihydroxydiethylamine
DIETHANOLAMINE
17
Di-(2-hydroxyethyl)amine
DIETHANOLAMINE
17
Dihydroxyethyl ether
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL
18
Dihydroxyhexane
HEXAMETHYLENE GLYCOL
17
1,2-Dihydroxypropane
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
18
Diisobutene
DIISOBUTYLENE
17
17
DIISOBUTYLAMINE
NONYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
alpha-Diisobutylene
DIISOBUTYLENE
17
beta-Diisobutylene
DIISOBUTYLENE
17
2050
17
DIISOBUTYL KETONE
17
DIISOBUTYL PHTHALATE
2,4-diisocyanato-1-methylbenzene
TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE
17
2,4-Diisocyanatotoluene
Diisodecyl phthalate
TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE
DIALKYL (C7-C13) PHTHALATES
17
17
Diisononyl phthalate
DIALKYL (C7-C13) PHTHALATES
17
17
DIISOOCTYL PHTHALATE
17
DIISOPROPANOLAMINE
DIISOBUTYL KETONE
17
DIISOPROPYLAMINE
17
DIISOPROPYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Diisopropyl ether
2361
17
17
DIISOBUTYLENE
Diisopropylacetone
1594
17
DIHEPTYL PHTHALATE
Diisobutylcarbinol
1155
17
17
DIETHYL PHTHALATE
Dihexyl
2079
17
DI-(2-ETHYLHEXYL) ADIPATE
Diethyl oxide
2049
ISOPROPYL ETHER
17
1158
Index Name
Product Name
Diisopropyl oxide
ISOPROPYL ETHER
Chapter UN No.
17
N,N-DIMETHYLACETAMIDE
17
N,N-DIMETHYLACETAMIDE SOLUTION
(40% OR LESS)
Dimethylacetylene carbinol
17
2-METHYL-2-HYDROXY-3-BUTYNE
17
DIMETHYL ADIPATE
17
DIMETHYLAMINE SOLUTION (45% OR
LESS)
DIMETHYLAMINE SOLUTION (GREATER
THAN 45% BUT NOT GREATER THAN
55%)
DIMETHYLAMINE SOLUTION (GREATER
THAN 55% BUT NOT GREATER THAN
65%)
Dimethylaminoethanol
17
1160
17
1160
17
1160
DIMETHYLETHANOLAMINE
17
2-Dimethylaminoethanol
DIMETHYLETHANOLAMINE
17
Dimethylbenzenes
XYLENES
17
1,3-Dimethylbutanol
METHYLAMYL ALCOHOL
17
1,3-Dimethylbutan-1-ol
METHYLAMYL ALCOHOL
17
1,3-Dimethylbutyl acetate
METHYLAMYL ACETATE
17
Dimethylcarbinol
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
18
N,N-DIMETHYLCYCLOHEXYLAMINE
17
2264
DIMETHYL DISULPHIDE
17
2381
N,N-Dimethyldodecanamine
ALKYL (C12+) DIMETHYLAMINE
17
N,N-Dimethyldodecan-1-amine
N,N-DIMETHYLDODECYLAMINE
17
17
N,N-DIMETHYLDODECYLAMINE
1,1-Dimethylethanol
TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL
17
17
DIMETHYLETHANOLAMINE
1,1-Dimethylethyl alcohol
TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL
17
Dimethyl ethyl carbinol
TERT-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
1,1-dimethylethyl methyl ether
METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER
17
Dimethyl formaldehyde
ACETONE
18
DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE
17
DIMETHYL GLUTARATE
17
2,6-Dimethyl-4-heptanone
DIISOBUTYL KETONE
17
2,6-Dimethylheptan-4-one
DIISOBUTYL KETONE
17
N,N-Dimethylhexanamine
ALKYL (C12+) DIMETHYLAMINE
17
17
DIMETHYL HYDROGEN PHOSPHITE
Dimethylhydroxybenzenes
XYLENOL
17
1,1'-Dimethyl-2,2'-iminodiethanol
DIISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
Dimethyl ketal
ACETONE
18
Dimethyl ketone
ACETONE
18
Dimethyllaurylamine
N,N-DIMETHYLDODECYLAMINE
17
N,N-Dimethylmethanamine
TRIMETHYLAMINE SOLUTION (30% OR LESS)
17
N,N-Dimethylmethylamine
TRIMETHYLAMINE SOLUTION (30% OR LESS)
17
6,6-Dimethyl-2-methylenebicyclo[3.1.1]heptane BETA-PINENE
17
DIMETHYL OCTANOIC ACID
2,2-Dimethyloctanoic acid
NEODECANOIC ACID
17
17
2,3-Dimethylphenol
XYLENOL
17
2,4-Dimethylphenol
XYLENOL
17
2,5-Dimethylphenol
XYLENOL
17
2,6-Dimethylphenol
XYLENOL
17
3,4-Dimethylphenol
XYLENOL
17
3,5-Dimethylphenol
XYLENOL
17
2051
2265
Index Name
Product Name
Dimethylphenols
XYLENOL
17
Dimethylphenyl phosphate (3:1)
TRIXYLYL PHOSPHATE
17
17
17
DIMETHYL PHTHALATE
DIMETHYLPOLYSILOXANE
2,2-Dimethylpropane
Chapter UN No.
PENTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
2,2-DIMETHYLPROPANE-1,3-DIOL
(MOLTEN OR SOLUTION)
2,2-Dimethylpropanoic acid
TRIMETHYLACETIC ACID
17
1,1-Dimethylpropargyl alcohol
2-METHYL-2-HYDROXY-3-BUTYNE
17
2,2-Dimethylpropionic acid
TRIMETHYLACETIC ACID
17
1,1-Dimethylpropynol
2-METHYL-2-HYDROXY-3-BUTYNE
17
17
DIMETHYL SUCCINATE
N,N-Dimethyltetradecanamine
ALKYL (C12+) DIMETHYLAMINE
17
Dimethyltetradecylamine
ALKYL (C12+) DIMETHYLAMINE
17
3,9-Dimethyltricyclo[5.2.1.0;2,6]deca-3,8-diene METHYLCYCLOPENTADIENE DIMER
17
Dimethyltrimethylene glycol
2,2-DIMETHYLPROPANE-1,3-DIOL (MOLTEN OR SOLUTION)
17
Dimetylacetamide acetate
N,N-DIMETHYLACETAMIDE
17
17
DINITROTOLUENE (MOLTEN)
Dinonyl phthalate
DIALKYL (C7-C13) PHTHALATES
17
3,6-Dioaxaoctane-1,8-diol
TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL
18
Dioctyl adipate
DI-(2-ETHYLHEXYL) ADIPATE
17
17
DIOCTYL PHTHALATE
1,4-Dioxan
1,4-DIOXANE
17
17
1,4-DIOXANE
Dioxolanone
PROPYLENE CARBONATE
18
1,3-Dioxolan-2-one
ETHYLENE CARBONATE
18
Dioxolone-2
ETHYLENE CARBONATE
18
1,1-Dioxothiolan
SULPHOLANE
17
Dioxyethylene ether
1,4-DIOXANE
17
DIPENTENE
17
DIPHENYL
17
DIPHENYL/DIPHENYL ETHER MIXTURES
17
DIPHENYL ETHER/DIPHENYL PHENYL
ETHER MIXTURE
DIPHENYLOL PROPANEEPICHLOROHYDRIN RESINS
17
17
DIPHENYL ETHER
17
Diphenyl oxide / diphenyl phenyl ether mixture DIPHENYL ETHER/DIPHENYL PHENYL ETHER MIXTURE
17
Dipropylamine
17
DI-N-PROPYLAMINE
17
DI-N-PROPYLAMINE
n-Dipropylamine
DI-N-PROPYLAMINE
17
17
DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
Disodium carbonate
SODIUM CARBONATE SOLUTION
17
17
17
DITHIOCARBAMATE ESTER (C7-C35)
DIUNDECYL PHTHALATE
dl-Lactic acid
LACTIC ACID
17
dl-p-Mentha-1,8-diene
DIPENTENE
17
Docosan-1-ol
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
1-Docosanol
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
17
DODECANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
TERT-DODECANETHIOL
Dodecanoic acid
2052
17
DIPHENYL ETHER
Diphenyl oxide
1165
17
DIPHENYL/DIPHENYL ETHER MIXTURES
Diphenyl/diphenyl oxide mixtures
1600
LAURIC ACID
17
2383
Index Name
Product Name
Dodecan-1-ol
DODECYL ALCOHOL
17
1-Dodecanol
DODECYL ALCOHOL
17
n-Dodecanol
DODECENE (ALL ISOMERS)
DODECYL ALCOHOL
17
17
17
DODECYL ALCOHOL
n-Dodecyl alcohol
Chapter UN No.
DODECYL ALCOHOL
17
17
DODECYLBENZENE
Dodecyldimethylamine
ALKYL (C12+) DIMETHYLAMINE
17
Dodecylene
DODECENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
DODECYL HYDROXYPROPYL SULPHIDE
Dodecylic acid
LAURIC ACID
17
tert-Dodecyl mercaptan
TERT-DODECANETHIOL
17
17
DODECYL METHACRYLATE
Dodecyl-2-methyl-2-propenoate
DODECYL METHACRYLATE
17
Dodecyl-2-methylprop-2-enoate
DODECYL METHACRYLATE
17
17
DODECYL/OCTADECYL
METHACRYLATE (MIXTURE)
DODECYL/PENTADECYL
METHACRYLATE MIXTURE
DODECYL PHENOL
17
17
2-Dodecylthio-1-methylethanol
DODECYL HYDROXYPROPYL SULPHIDE
17
1-Dodecylthiopropan-2-ol
DODECYL HYDROXYPROPYL SULPHIDE
17
DODECYL XYLENE
17
DRILLING BRINES (CONTAINING ZINC
SALTS)
DRILLING BRINES,
INCLUDING:CALCIUM BROMIDE
SOLUTION, CALCIUM CHLORIDE
SOLUTION AND SODIUM CHLORIDE
SOLUTION
17
17
Dutch liquid
ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE
17
Dutch oil
ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE
17
(E)-But-2-enal
CROTONALDEHYDE
17
Enanthic acid
N-HEPTANOIC ACID
17
Enanthyl alcohol
HEPTANOL (ALL ISOMERS) (D)
17
Enanthylic acid
N-HEPTANOIC ACID
17
Engravers' acid
NITRIC ACID (70% AND OVER)
17
E-1,3-Pentadiene
1,3-PENTADIENE
17
17
EPICHLOROHYDRIN
1,2-Epoxybutane
1,2-BUTYLENE OXIDE
17
1,4-epoxybutane
TETRAHYDROFURAN
17
1,2-Epoxypropane
PROPYLENE OXIDE
17
2,3-Epoxy propyl ester of mixed trialkyl acetic GLYCIDYL ESTER OF C10 TRIALKYLACETIC ACID
acids
2,3-Epoxypropyl neodecanoate
GLYCIDYL ESTER OF C10 TRIALKYLACETIC ACID
17
EPTC
S-ETHYL DIPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE
17
Essence of Mirbane
Essence of Myrbane
NITROBENZENE
NITROBENZENE
17
17
Ethanamine solutions, 72% or less
ETHYLAMINE SOLUTIONS (72% OR LESS)
17
Ethanecarbonitrile
PROPIONITRILE
17
Ethanedial
GLYOXAL SOLUTION (40% OR LESS)
17
1,2-Ethanediol
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
17
Ethanoic acid
ACETIC ACID
17
Ethanoic anhydride
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
17
Ethanol
ETHYL ALCOHOL
18
17
2023
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
17
ETHANOLAMINE
ethenyl acetate
VINYL ACETATE
17
ethenyl ethanoate
Ether
VINYL ACETATE
DIETHYL ETHER
17
17
Ethinyl trichloride
TRICHLOROETHYLENE
17
2-Ethoxyethanol
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
2-ETHOXYETHYL ACETATE
17
ETHOXYLATED LONG CHAIN (C16+)
ALKYLOXYALKYLAMINE
2-Ethoxy-2-methylpropane
17
ETHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER
17
1-Ethoxypropan-2-ol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
1172
17
ETHYL ACETATE
17
ETHYL ACETOACETATE
Ethyl acetone
2491
METHYL PROPYL KETONE
18
ETHYL ACRYLATE
17
ETHYL ALCOHOL
18
ETHYLAMINE
17
1036
ETHYLAMINE SOLUTIONS (72% OR LESS)
17
2270
Ethylaminocyclohexane
N-ETHYLCYCLOHEXYLAMINE
Ethyl benzol
17
17
ETHYLBENZENE
ETHYLBENZENE
2-Ethylcaproic acid
2-ETHYLHEXANOIC ACID
17
Ethyl carbinol
N-PROPYL ALCOHOL
17
Ethyl cyanide
PROPIONITRILE
17
N-ETHYLCYCLOHEXYLAMINE
17
17
N-ETHYLCYCLOHEXYLAMINE
Ethyldimethylmethane
PENTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
S-Ethyl dipropylcarbamothioate
S-ETHYL DIPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE
17
S-Ethyl dipropyldithiocarbamate
S-ETHYL DIPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE
17
17
S-ETHYL DIPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE
Ethylene alcohol
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
17
Ethylene bromide
ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE
17
18
ETHYLENE CARBONATE
Ethylenecarboxylic acid
ACRYLIC ACID
17
Ethylene chloride
ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE
17
ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN
17
ETHYLENE CYANOHYDRIN
17
Ethylene diacetate
1993
17
ETHYLCYCLOHEXANE
Ethyl(cyclohexyl)amine
1175
17
17
ETHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER
1917
ETHYLENE GLYCOL DIACETATE
1135
17
ETHYLENEDIAMINE
17
1604
ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE
17
1605
ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE
17
1184
2,2'-Ethylenedi-iminodi(ethylamine)
TRIETHYLENETETRAMINE
17
2,2'-Ethylenedioxydiethanol
TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL
18
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
Ethylene glycol acrylate
2-HYDROXYETHYL ACRYLATE
17
17
Ethylene glycol butyl ether
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
ETHYLENE GLYCOL BUTYL ETHER
ACETATE
Ethylene glycol tert-butyl ether
17
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
Ethylene glycol ethyl ether
17
17
ETHYLENE GLYCOL DIACETATE
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Ethylene glycol ethyl ether acetate
2-ETHOXYETHYL ACETATE
17
Ethylene glycol isopropyl ether
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
Ethylene glycol methyl ether
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL
ETHERS
Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
17
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
Ethylene glycol mono tert-butyl ether
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate
2-ETHOXYETHYL ACETATE
17
Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
17
ETHYLENE OXIDE/PROPYLENE OXIDE
MIXTURE WITH AN ETHYLENE OXIDE
CONTENT OF NOT MORE THAN 30% BY
MASS
Ethylene tetrachloride
PERCHLOROETHYLENE
17
Ethylene trichloride
1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE
17
Ethylene trichloride
TRICHLOROETHYLENE
17
Ethyl ethanoate
ETHYL ACETATE
17
Ethyl ether
DIETHYL ETHER
17
17
ETHYL-3-ETHOXYPROPIONATE
Ethyl fluid
17
Ethylformic acid
MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK COMPOUNDS (CONTAINING
LEAD ALKYLS)
PROPIONIC ACID
Ethyl glycol
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
2-Ethylhexaldehyde
OCTYL ALDEHYDES
17
2-Ethylhexanal
OCTYL ALDEHYDES
17
17
17
2-ETHYLHEXANOIC ACID
2-Ethylhexanol
OCTANOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Ethylhexenal
2-ETHYL-3-PROPYLACROLEIN
17
2-Ethylhex-2-enal
2-ETHYL-3-PROPYLACROLEIN
17
2-Ethylhexoic acid
OCTANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
2-ETHYLHEXYL ACRYLATE
2-Ethylhexyl alcohol
OCTANOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-ETHYLHEXYLAMINE
17
2-ETHYL-2-(HYDROXYMETHYL)
PROPANE-1,3-DIOL, C8-C10 ESTER
17
Ethylic acid
ACETIC ACID
17
5-Ethylidenebicyclo(2,2,1)hept-2-ene
ETHYLIDENE NORBORNENE
17
ETHYLIDENE NORBORNENE
17
ETHYL METHACRYLATE
17
N-ETHYLMETHYLALLYLAMINE
17
N-Ethyl-2-methylallylamine
N-ETHYLMETHYLALLYLAMINE
17
2-Ethyl-6-methylaniline
2-METHYL-5-ETHYL PYRIDINE
17
2-Ethyl-6-methylbenzenamine
2-METHYL-6-ETHYL ANILINE
17
Ethyl methyl ketone
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
17
5-Ethyl-2-methylpyridine
2-METHYL-5-ETHYL PYRIDINE
17
Ethyl oxide
Ethyl phosphate
DIETHYL ETHER
TRIETHYL PHOSPHATE
17
17
Ethyl phthalate
DIETHYL PHTHALATE
17
5-Ethyl-2-picoline
2-METHYL-5-ETHYL PYRIDINE
17
3-Ethylpropan-1-ol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
Ethyl propenoate
ETHYL ACRYLATE
17
17
2-ETHYL-3-PROPYLACROLEIN
Ethyl sulphate
2983
DIETHYL SULPHATE
17
2276
2277
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
17
ETHYL TOLUENE
5-Ethyl-o-toluidine
2-METHYL-5-ETHYL PYRIDINE
17
6-Ethyl-2-toluidine
6-Ethyl-o-toluidine
2-METHYL-6-ETHYL ANILINE
2-METHYL-6-ETHYL ANILINE
17
17
Ethyl vinyl ether
VINYL ETHYL ETHER
17
Ethynyldimethylcarbinol
2-METHYL-2-HYDROXY-3-BUTYNE
17
FATTY ACID (SATURATED C13+)
17
FATTY ACIDS, ESSENTIALLY LINEAR,C6C18, 2-ETHYLHEXYL ESTER.
Feeding corn molasses
17
MOLASSES
18
Fermentation alcohol
ETHYL ALCOHOL
18
FERRIC CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS
17
FERRIC NITRATE/NITRIC ACID
SOLUTION
FISH OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 4%
FREE FATTY ACIDS)
Flaxseed Oil
17
17
LINSEED OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 2% FREE FATTY
ACIDS)
17
17
FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTIONS (45% OR
LESS)
Formaldehyde trimer
1,3,5-TRIOXANE
17
Formalin
FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTIONS (45% OR LESS)
17
DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE
17
17
FORMIC ACID
Formic aldehyde
FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTIONS (45% OR LESS)
17
Fural
FURFURAL
17
2-Furaldehyde
FURFURAL
17
Furan-2,5-dione
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE
17
2,5-Furandione
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE
17
17
FURFURAL
2-Furfuraldehyde
FURFURAL
Furylcarbinol
FURFURYL ALCOHOL
17
Fused poly(2+)cyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
POLY(2+)CYCLIC AROMATICS
17
Gaultheria oil
METHYL SALICYLATE
17
Glacial acetic acid
ACETIC ACID
17
D-Glucopyranoside C8-C14 alkyl
ALKYL (C8-C10)/(C12-C14):(40% OR LESS/60% OR MORE)
POLYGLUCOSIDE SOLUTION (55% OR LESS)
17
D-Glucopyranoside C8-C14 alkyl
ALKYL (C8-C10)/(C12-C14):(60% OR MORE/40% OR LESS)
POLYGLUCOSIDE SOLUTION(55% OR LESS)
17
GLUCOSE SOLUTION
18
GLUTARALDEHYDE SOLUTIONS (50% OR
LESS)
17
GLYCERINE
18
18
GLYCERINE
Glycerin triacetate
Glyceritol
GLYCERYL TRIACETATE
GLYCERINE
17
18
Glycerol
GLYCERINE
18
18
GLYCEROL MONOOLEATE
Glycerol oleate
GLYCEROL MONOOLEATE
18
Glycerol 1-oleate
GLYCEROL MONOOLEATE
18
Glycerol triacetate
GLYCERYL TRIACETATE
17
GLYCERYL TRIACETATE
1779
1199
17
17
FURFURYL ALCOHOL
Glycerin
1198, 22
17
FORMAMIDE
Formdimethylamide
2582
17
2874
Index Name
Product Name
17
GLYCIDYL ESTER OF C10
TRIALKYLACETIC ACID
Glycidyl neodecanoate
Glycine soda solution
Chapter UN No.
GLYCIDYL ESTER OF C10 TRIALKYLACETIC ACID
GLYCINE, SODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
17
17
GLYCINE, SODIUM SALT SOLUTION
Glycol
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
17
Glycol carbonate
ETHYLENE CARBONATE
18
Glycol chlorohydrin
ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN
17
Glycol dichloride
ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE
17
17
GLYCOLIC ACID SOLUTION (70% OR
LESS)
Glycol monobutyl ether
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
Glycyl alcohol
GLYCERINE
18
Glyoxaldehyde
GLYOXAL SOLUTION (40% OR LESS)
17
17
GLYOXAL SOLUTION (40% OR LESS)
Glyphosate
GLYPHOSATE SOLUTION (NOT CONTAINING SURFACTANT)
17
Glyphosate-mono(isopropylammonium)
GLYPHOSATE SOLUTION (NOT CONTAINING SURFACTANT)
17
GLYPHOSATE SOLUTION (NOT
CONTAINING SURFACTANT)
Grain alcohol
17
ETHYL ALCOHOL
18
17
GROUNDNUT OIL (CONTAINING LESS
THAN 4% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
Hemimellitine
TRIMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Hendecanoic acid
UNDECANOIC ACID
17
1-Hendecanol
UNDECYL ALCOHOL
17
Heptamethylene
CYCLOHEPTANE
17
17
HEPTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
3-Heptanecarboxylic acid
OCTANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Heptanoic acid
N-HEPTANOIC ACID
17
17
N-HEPTANOIC ACID
17
HEPTANOL (ALL ISOMERS) (D)
Heptan-2-one
METHYL AMYL KETONE
17
Heptan-2-one
METHYL AMYL KETONE
17
2-Heptanone
METHYL AMYL KETONE
17
17
HEPTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
Heptoic acid
N-HEPTANOIC ACID
17
17
HEPTYL ACETATE
Heptyl alcohol, all isomers
HEPTANOL (ALL ISOMERS) (D)
17
Heptylcarbinol
OCTANOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Heptylene, mixed isomers
HEPTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Heptylic acid
N-HEPTANOIC ACID
17
n-Heptylic acid
N-HEPTANOIC ACID
17
1-Hexadecene
OLEFINS (C13+, ALL ISOMERS)
17
Hexadecyl and icosyl methacrylate mixture
CETYL/EICOSYL METHACRYLATE MIXTURE
17
1-HEXADECYLNAPHTHALENE / 1,4BIS(HEXADECYL)NAPHTHALENE
MIXTURE
Hexadecylnaphthalene/dihexadecylnaphthalene
mixture
Hexadecyl / octadecyl alcohol
3265
17
1-HEXADECYLNAPHTHALENE / 1,4BIS(HEXADECYL)NAPHTHALENE MIXTURE
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
Hexadecyl, octadecyl and icosyl methacrylates,
mixtures
Hexaethylene glycol
CETYL/EICOSYL METHACRYLATE MIXTURE
17
POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL
17
Hexahydroaniline
CYCLOHEXYLAMINE
17
Hexahydrobenzene
CYCLOHEXANE
17
17
1206
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Hexahydro-1H-azepine
HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE
17
Hexahydro-l-H-azepine
HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE
17
Hexahydrophenol
Hexahydrotoluene
CYCLOHEXANOL
METHYLCYCLOHEXANE
17
17
Hexamethylene
CYCLOHEXANE
17
17
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE ADIPATE
(50% IN WATER)
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE (MOLTEN)
17
17
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE SOLUTION
1,6-Hexamethylenediamine solution
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE SOLUTION
17
Hexamethylenediammonium adipate solution
(50% solution)
HEXAMETHYLENE DIISOCYANATE
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE ADIPATE (50% IN WATER)
17
Hexamethylene-1,6-diisocyanate
HEXAMETHYLENE DIISOCYANATE
17
17
HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE
17
HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE
SOLUTIONS
Hexamine
18
HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE SOLUTIONS
18
Hexanaphthene
CYCLOHEXANE
17
1,6-Hexandiamine hexanedioate (1:1)
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE ADIPATE (50% IN WATER)
17
17
1,6-Hexanediamine
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE (MOLTEN)
17
Hexane-1,6-diamine solutions
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE SOLUTION
17
1,6-Hexanediamine solutions
HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE SOLUTION
17
Hexanedioic acid, bis(2-ethylhexyl) ester
DI-(2-ETHYLHEXYL) ADIPATE
17
Hexane-1,6-diol
HEXAMETHYLENE GLYCOL
17
1,6-Hexanediol
HEXAMETHYLENE GLYCOL
17
17
1,6-HEXANEDIOL, DISTILLATION
OVERHEADS
n-Hexane
HEXANE (ALL ISOMERS)
2493
1208
1987
17
17
HEXANOIC ACID
17
HEXANOL
Hexan-1-ol
HEXANOL
17
Hexan-6-olide
17
Hexan-2-one
EPSILON-CAPROLACTAM (MOLTEN OR AQUEOUS
SOLUTIONS)
METHYL BUTYL KETONE
2-Hexanone
METHYL BUTYL KETONE
17
Hexene-1
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Hex-1-ene
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Hexene
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Hexone
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
17
17
HEXYL ACETATE
2282
17
17
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
sec-Hexyl acetate
METHYLAMYL ACETATE
17
Hexyl alcohol
HEXANOL
17
Hexyldimethylamine
Hexylene
ALKYL (C12+) DIMETHYLAMINE
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
2370
1233
18
HEXYLENE GLYCOL
Hexyl ethanoate
HEXYL ACETATE
17
Homopiperidine
HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE
17
2H-Tetrahydro-1,4-oxazine
MORPHOLINE
17
17
HYDROCHLORIC ACID
Hydrofuran
2281
17
HEXAMETHYLENE GLYCOL
HEXANE (ALL ISOMERS)
1783
TETRAHYDROFURAN
17
1789
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Hydrogencarboxylic acid
FORMIC ACID
17
Hydrogen chloride, aqueous
HYDROCHLORIC ACID
17
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE SOLUTIONS
(OVER 60% BUT NOT OVER 70% BY MASS)
Hydrogen sulphate
SULPHURIC ACID
17
alpha-Hydro-omega-hydroxypoly[oxy(methyl-1,2POLYPROPYLENE GLYCOL
ethanediyl)]
Hydroxyacetic acid
GLYCOLIC ACID SOLUTION (70% OR LESS)
17
Hydroxybenzene
PHENOL
17
4-Hydroxybutanoic acid lactone
GAMMA-BUTYROLACTONE
17
4-Hydroxybutyric acid lactone
GAMMA-BUTYROLACTONE
17
gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid lactone
GAMMA-BUTYROLACTONE
17
Hydroxydimethylbenzenes
XYLENOL
17
Hydroxyethanoic acid
GLYCOLIC ACID SOLUTION (70% OR LESS)
17
17
17
17
2-HYDROXYETHYL ACRYLATE
beta-Hydroxyethyl acrylate
2-HYDROXYETHYL ACRYLATE
17
2-Hydroxyethylamine
ETHANOLAMINE
17
N-beta-Hydroxyethylethylenediamine
AMINOETHYL ETHANOLAMINE
17
17
N(HYDROXYETHYL)ETHYLENEDIAMINET
RIACETIC ACID, TRISODIUM SALT
SOLUTION
2-Hydroxyethyl propenoate
2-HYDROXYETHYL ACRYLATE
17
2-Hydroxyethyl 2-propenoate
2-HYDROXYETHYL ACRYLATE
17
alpha-Hydroxyisobutyronitrile
ACETONE CYANOHYDRIN
17
4-Hydroxy-2-keto-4-methylpentane
DIACETONE ALCOHOL
17
4-Hydroxy-4-methylpentanone-2
DIACETONE ALCOHOL
17
4-Hydroxy-4-methylpentan-2-one
DIACETONE ALCOHOL
17
2-(Hydroxymethyl)propane
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Hydroxy-2-methylpropiononitrile
ACETONE CYANOHYDRIN
17
17
2-HYDROXY-4-(METHYLTHIO)BUTANOIC
ACID
2-Hydroxy-4-methylthiobutyric acid
2-HYDROXY-4-(METHYLTHIO)BUTANOIC ACID
17
2-Hydroxynitrobenzene (molten)
O-NITROPHENOL (MOLTEN)
17
2-Hydroxypropanoic acid
LACTIC ACID
17
2-Hydroxypropionic acid
LACTIC ACID
17
alpha-Hydroxypropionic acid
LACTIC ACID
17
3-Hydroxypropionic acid, lactone.
BETA-PROPIOLACTONE
17
2-Hydroxypropionitrile
LACTONITRILE SOLUTION (80% OR LESS)
17
alpha-Hydroxypropionitrile
LACTONITRILE SOLUTION (80% OR LESS)
17
beta-Hydroxypropionitrile
ETHYLENE CYANOHYDRIN
17
2-Hydroxypropiononitrile
LACTONITRILE SOLUTION (80% OR LESS)
17
3-Hydroxypropiononitrile
ETHYLENE CYANOHYDRIN
17
2-[2-(2-hydroxypropoxy)propoxy]propan-1-ol TRIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
17
2-Hydroxypropylamine
ISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
3-Hydroxypropylamine
N-PROPANOLAMINE
17
alpha-Hydroxytoluene
3-Hydroxy-2,2,4-trimethylpentylisobutyrate
BENZYL ALCOHOL
2,2,4-TRIMETHYL-1,3-PENTANEDIOL-1-ISOBUTYRATE
17
17
2,2'-[Iminobis(ethyleneimino)]diethylamine
TETRAETHYLENE PENTAMINE
17
2,2'-Iminodi(ethylamine)
DIETHYLENETRIAMINE
17
2,2'-Iminodiethanol
DIETHANOLAMINE
17
1,1'-Iminodipropan-2-ol
DIISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
Iron (III) chloride solutions
FERRIC CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS
17
Iron (III) nitrate / nitric acid solution
FERRIC NITRATE/NITRIC ACID SOLUTION
17
2015
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Isoacetophenone
ISOPHORONE
17
Isoamyl acetate
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL
Isobutaldehyde
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
Isobutanal
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isobutanol
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL
17
Isobutanolamine
2-AMINO-2-METHYL-1-PROPANOL
17
Isobutyl acetate
BUTYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isobutyl acrylate
BUTYL ACRYLATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL
Isobutyl aldehyde
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isobutylamine
BUTYLAMINE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isobutylcarbinol
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL
17
17
ISOBUTYL FORMATE
Isobutyl ketone
DIISOBUTYL KETONE
1212
2393
17
17
ISOBUTYL METHACRYLATE
Isobutylmethylcarbinol
METHYLAMYL ALCOHOL
17
Isobutyl methyl ketone
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
17
Isobutylmethylmethanol
METHYLAMYL ALCOHOL
17
Isobutyraldehyde
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isobutyric aldehyde
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
1-Isocyanato-3-isocyanatomethylISOPHORONE DIISOCYANATE
trimethylcyclohexane
3-Isocyanatomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexyl ISOPHORONE DIISOCYANATE
isocyanate
Isodecanol
DECYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isodecyl alcohol
DECYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isododecane
DODECANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isodurene
TETRAMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isononanoic acid
NONANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isononanol
NONYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isooctane
OCTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isooctanol
OCTANOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isopentane
PENTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isopentanol
AMYL ALCOHOL, PRIMARY
17
Isopentanol
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL
17
Isopentene
PENTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isopentyl acetate
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isopentyl alcohol
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL
17
17
17
ISOPHORONE
17
ISOPHORONEDIAMINE
17
2289
ISOPHORONE DIISOCYANATE
17
2290
ISOPRENE
17
1218
Isopropanol
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
18
17
ISOPROPANOLAMINE
Isopropenylbenzene
2-Isopropoxyethanol
ALPHA-METHYLSTYRENE
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
17
2-Isopropoxypropane
ISOPROPYL ETHER
17
17
ISOPROPYL ACETATE
Isopropylacetone
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
1220
17
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
18
ISOPROPYLAMINE
17
Isopropylammonium N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine
GLYPHOSATE SOLUTION (NOT CONTAINING SURFACTANT)
17
1221
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Isopropyl carbinol
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL
17
Isopropylcarbinol
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL
17
ISOPROPYLCYCLOHEXANE
1-Isopropyl-3,3-dimethyltrimethylene diisocyanate
2,2,4-TRIMETHYL-1,3-PENTANEDIOL DIISOBUTYRATE
17
17
ISOPROPYL ETHER
17
Isopropylideneacetone
MESITYL OXIDE
17
Isopropyl oxide
ISOPROPYL ETHER
17
Isopropyltoluene
P-CYMENE
17
4-Isopropyltoluene
P-CYMENE
17
4-Isopropyltoluol
P-CYMENE
17
Isovaleral
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isovaleraldehyde
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isovaleraldehyde
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isovaleric aldehyde
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Isovalerone
DIISOBUTYL KETONE
17
Kaolin clay slurry
KAOLIN SLURRY
18
Kaolinite slurry
KAOLIN SLURRY
18
18
KAOLIN SLURRY
Ketohexamethylene
CYCLOHEXANONE
17
Ketone propane
ACETONE
18
Ketopropane
ACETONE
18
LACTIC ACID
17
LACTONITRILE SOLUTION (80% OR
LESS)
Lampante Oil
17
OLIVE OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 3.3% FREE FATTY
ACIDS)
17
17
LARD (CONTAINING LESS THAN 1%
FREE FATTY ACIDS)
LAURIC ACID
17
Lauryl alcohol
DODECYL ALCOHOL
17
Lauryl mercaptan
TERT-DODECANETHIOL
17
Lauryl methacrylate
DODECYL METHACRYLATE
17
Lead alkyls, n.o.s.
MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK COMPOUNDS (CONTAINING
LEAD ALKYLS)
17
Lead tetraethyl
MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK COMPOUNDS (CONTAINING
LEAD ALKYLS)
MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK COMPOUNDS (CONTAINING
LEAD ALKYLS)
17
DIPENTENE
17
Lead tetramethyl
Limonene
17
LINSEED OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN
2% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
17
LIQUID CHEMICAL WASTES
17
LONG-CHAIN ALKARYL POLYETHER
(C11-C20)
17
Lye
SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
Lye, potash
POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
Lye, soda
Lye solution
SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
17
17
L-LYSINE SOLUTION (60% OR LESS)
Magnesia hydrate
MAGNESIUM HYDROXIDE SLURRY
18
MAGNESIUM HYDROXIDE SLURRY
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE
18
17
MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION
Maize Oil
1159
CORN OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 10% FREE FATTY
ACIDS)
17
17
2215
Index Name
Product Name
Meglumine
N-METHYLGLUCAMINE SOLUTION (70% OR LESS)
MERCAPTOBENZOTHIAZOL, SODIUM
SALT SOLUTION
Mesitylene
Chapter UN No.
18
17
TRIMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
MESITYL OXIDE
Metaformaldehyde
1,3,5-TRIOXANE
17
Metam-sodium
METAM SODIUM SOLUTION
17
17
METAM SODIUM SOLUTION
17
METHACRYLIC ACID
alpha-Methacrylic acid
METHACRYLIC ACID
17
Methacrylic acid, dodecyl ester
DODECYL METHACRYLATE
17
Methacrylic acid, lauryl ester
DODECYL METHACRYLATE
17
17
Metham sodium
METAM SODIUM SOLUTION
17
Methanal
FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTIONS (45% OR LESS)
17
Methanamide
FORMAMIDE
17
Methanamine
METHYLAMINE SOLUTIONS (42% OR LESS)
17
Methane carboxylic acid
ACETIC ACID
17
Methanecarboxylic acid
ACETIC ACID
17
Methanoic acid
FORMIC ACID
17
Methanol
METHYL ALCOHOL
17
Methenamine
HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE SOLUTIONS
18
3-METHOXY-1-BUTANOL
17
17
3-METHOXYBUTYL ACETATE
2-Methoxyethanol
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
2-Methoxy-2-methyl butane
TERT-AMYL METHYL ETHER
17
3-Methoxy-3-methylbutan-1-ol
3-METHYL-3-METHOXYBUTANOL
17
3-Methoxy-3-methylbutyl alcohol
3-METHYL-3-METHOXYBUTANOL
17
2-Methoxy-1-methylethyl acetate
PROPYLENE GLYCOL METHYL ETHER ACETATE
17
17
N-(2-METHOXY-1-METHYL ETHYL)-2ETHYL-6-METHYL
CHLOROACETANILIDE
2-methoxy-2-methylpropane
METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER
17
1-Methoxypropan-2-ol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
1-Methoxy-2-propanol acetate
PROPYLENE GLYCOL METHYL ETHER ACETATE
17
Methylacetaldehyde
PROPIONALDEHYDE
17
17
METHYL ACETATE
PROPIONIC ACID
17
17
METHYL ACETOACETATE
Methyl acetylacetate
METHYL ACETOACETATE
17
beta-Methylacrolein
CROTONALDEHYDE
17
17
METHYL ACRYLATE
2-Methylacrylic acid
2-Methylacrylic acid, dodecyl ester
METHACRYLIC ACID
DODECYL METHACRYLATE
17
17
2-Methylacrylic acid, lauryl ester
DODECYL METHACRYLATE
17
METHYL ALCOHOL
17
METHYLAMINE SOLUTIONS (42% OR
LESS)
1-Methyl-2-aminobenzene
17
O-TOLUIDINE
17
2-Methyl-1-aminobenzene
O-TOLUIDINE
17
METHYLAMYL ACETATE
3079
17
3-METHOXY-1-BUTANOL
Methylacetic acid
2531
17
METHACRYLIC RESIN IN ETHYLENE
DICHLORIDE
METHACRYLONITRILE
3-Methoxybutan-1-ol
1229
17
1919
1235
1233
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
METHYLAMYL ALCOHOL
17
2053
METHYL AMYL KETONE
17
1110
Methyl n-amyl ketone
2-Methylaniline
METHYL AMYL KETONE
O-TOLUIDINE
17
17
3-Methylaniline
O-TOLUIDINE
17
o-Methylaniline
O-TOLUIDINE
17
2-Methylbenzenamine
O-TOLUIDINE
17
3-Methylbenzenamine
O-TOLUIDINE
17
o-Methylbenzenamine
O-TOLUIDINE
17
Methylbenzene
TOLUENE
17
Methylbenzenediamine
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
Methylbenzol
TOLUENE
17
2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene
ISOPRENE
17
3-Methyl-1,3-butadiene
ISOPRENE
17
2-Methylbutanal
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
3-Methylbutanal
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
1-Methylbutane
PENTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Methylbutane
PENTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Methyl butanoate
METHYL BUTYRATE
17
2-Methyl-2-butanol
TERT-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Methylbutan-2-ol
TERT-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Methyl-4-butanol
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL
17
3-Methyl-1-butanol
AMYL ALCOHOL, PRIMARY
17
3-Methyl-1-butanol
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL
17
3-Methylbutan-1-ol
AMYL ALCOHOL, PRIMARY
17
3-Methylbutan-1-ol
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL
17
3-Methylbutan-3-ol
TERT-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
3-Methylbut-1-ene
PENTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Methylbutenes
PENTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
METHYLBUTENOL
1-Methylbutyl acetate
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Methyl-2-butyl alcohol
TERT-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Methyl-4-butyl alcohol
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL
17
3-Methyl-1-butyl alcohol
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL
17
3-Methyl-3-butyl alcohol
TERT-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER
17
METHYL BUTYL KETONE
17
METHYLBUTYNOL
17
2-Methyl-3-butyn-2-ol
2-METHYL-2-HYDROXY-3-BUTYNE
17
2-Methyl-3-butyn-2-ol
METHYLBUTYNOL
17
2-Methylbut-3-yn-2-ol
2-METHYL-2-HYDROXY-3-BUTYNE
17
2-Methylbut-3-yn-2-ol
METHYLBUTYNOL
17
2-Methylbutyraldehyde
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
3-Methylbutyraldehyde
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
METHYL BUTYRATE
Methyl 'cellosolve'
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS
17
17
Methylchloroform
1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE
17
Methyl cyanide
ACETONITRILE
17
METHYLCYCLOHEXANE
17
METHYLCYCLOPENTADIENE DIMER
17
Methyl-1,3-cyclopentadiene dimer
METHYLCYCLOPENTADIENYL
MANGANESE TRICARBONYL
METHYLCYCLOPENTADIENE DIMER
1224
1237
2296
17
17
3281
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
17
METHYL DIETHANOLAMINE
4-Methyl-1,3-dioxolan-2-one
PROPYLENE CARBONATE
18
Methyl disulphide
S.S'-Methylenebis[N-dialkyl(C4C8)dithiocarbamate]
Methylene bromide
DIMETHYL DISULPHIDE
ALKYL DITHIOCARBAMATE (C19-C35)
17
17
DIBROMOMETHANE
17
2-Methylenepropionic acid
METHACRYLIC ACID
17
Methyl ethanoate
METHYL ACETATE
17
1-Methylethyl acetate
ISOPROPYL ACETATE
17
1-Methylethylamine
ISOPROPYLAMINE
17
17
2-METHYL-6-ETHYL ANILINE
1,4-methyl ethyl benzene
ETHYL TOLUENE
17
Methylethylcarbinol
SEC-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
Methyl ethylene glycol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
18
Methylethylene glycol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
18
Methylethylene oxide
PROPYLENE OXIDE
17
17
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
N-(1-Methylethyl)propan-2-amine
DIISOPROPYLAMINE
17
2-METHYL-5-ETHYL PYRIDINE
17
2300
METHYL FORMATE
17
1243
N-methyl-D-glucamine
N-METHYLGLUCAMINE SOLUTION (70% OR LESS)
18
18
N-METHYLGLUCAMINE SOLUTION (70%
OR LESS)
Methyl glycol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
18
5-Methylhexan-2-one
METHYL AMYL KETONE
17
Methylhexylcarbinol
OCTANOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Methyl 2-hydroxybenzoate
METHYL SALICYLATE
17
Methyl o-hydroxybenzoate
METHYL SALICYLATE
17
17
2-METHYL-2-HYDROXY-3-BUTYNE
2-Methyl-2-hydroxy-3-butyne
METHYLBUTYNOL
17
2,2'-(Methylimino)diethanol
METHYL DIETHANOLAMINE
17
N-Methyl-2,2'-iminodiethanol
METHYL DIETHANOLAMINE
17
Methyl isoamyl ketone
METHYL AMYL KETONE
17
Methyl isobutenyl ketone
MESITYL OXIDE
17
Methylisobutylcarbinol
METHYLAMYL ALCOHOL
17
Methylisobutylcarbinol acetate
METHYLAMYL ACETATE
17
17
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
2-Methyllactonitrile
ACETONE CYANOHYDRIN
17
methyl mercaptopropionaldehyde
3-(METHYLTHIO)PROPIONALDEHYDE
17
17
METHYL METHACRYLATE
Methyl methanoate
METHYL FORMATE
17
17
3-METHYL-3-METHOXYBUTANOL
Methyl alpha-methylacrylate
METHYL METHACRYLATE
17
Methyl 2-methylprop-2-enoate
METHYL METHACRYLATE
17
17
METHYL NAPHTHALENE (MOLTEN)
alpha-Methylnaphthalene
beta-Methylnaphthalene
METHYL NAPHTHALENE (MOLTEN)
METHYL NAPHTHALENE (MOLTEN)
17
17
8-Methylnonan-1-ol
DECYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Methylolpropane
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
alpha-Methyl-omega-methoxypoly(ethylene oxide)
POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL DIMETHYL ETHER
17
alpha-Methyl-omega-methoxypoly(oxy-1,2POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL DIMETHYL ETHER
ethanediyl)
alpha-Methyl-omega-methoxypoly(oxyethylene)POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL DIMETHYL ETHER
17
Methyloxirane
17
PROPYLENE OXIDE
17
1247
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
2-Methyl-2,4-pentanediol
HEXYLENE GLYCOL
18
2-Methylpentane-2,4-diol
HEXYLENE GLYCOL
18
Methylpentan-2-ol
4-Methylpentanol-2
METHYLAMYL ALCOHOL
METHYLAMYL ALCOHOL
17
17
4-Methylpentan-2-ol
METHYLAMYL ALCOHOL
17
4-Methyl-2-pentanol acetate
METHYLAMYL ACETATE
17
4-Methyl-2-pentanone
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
17
4-Methylpentan-2-one
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
17
2-Methylpentene
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Methyl-1-pentene
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Methylpent-1-ene
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
4-Methyl-1-pentene
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
4-Methyl-3-penten-2-one
MESITYL OXIDE
17
4-Methylpent-3-en-2-one
MESITYL OXIDE
17
4-Methyl-2-pentyl acetate
METHYLAMYL ACETATE
17
Methylpentyl acetates
METHYLAMYL ACETATE
17
Methyl tert-pentyl ether
TERT-AMYL METHYL ETHER
17
Methyl pentyl ketone
METHYL AMYL KETONE
17
Methylphenylenediamine
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
2-Methyl-m-phenylenediamine
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
4-Methyl-m-phenylenediamine
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
Methylphenylene diisocyanate
TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE
17
4-methyl-1,3-phenylene diisocyanate
TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE
17
4-Methyl-m-phenylene diisocyanate
TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE
17
2-Methyl-2-phenylpropane
BUTYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Methylpropanal
BUTYRALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Methyl-1-propanol
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Methylpropan-1-ol
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Methyl-2-propanol
TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Methylpropan-2-ol
TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Methylprop-2-enenitrile
METHACRYLONITRILE
17
2-Methylpropenoic acid
METHACRYLIC ACID
17
alpha-Methylpropenoic acid
METHACRYLIC ACID
17
2-Methylprop-1-enyl methyl ketone
MESITYL OXIDE
17
2-Methylpropyl acrylate
BUTYL ACRYLATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Methyl-1-propyl alcohol
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Methyl-2-propyl alcohol
TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL
17
Methylpropylbenzene
P-CYMENE
17
Methylpropylcarbinol
SEC-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
1-Methyl-1-propylethylene
HEXENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Methylpropyl formate
ISOBUTYL FORMATE
17
METHYL PROPYL KETONE
18
1249
2-METHYLPYRIDINE
17
2313
3-METHYLPYRIDINE
17
2313
4-METHYLPYRIDINE
alpha-Methylpyridine
2313
2-METHYLPYRIDINE
17
17
1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinone
N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
17
1-Methylpyrrolidin-2-one
N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
17
N-Methylpyrrolidinone
N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
17
1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone
N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
17
17
N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
17
METHYL SALICYLATE
Methylstyrene
VINYLTOLUENE
17
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
ALPHA-METHYLSTYRENE
17
3-(METHYLTHIO)PROPIONALDEHYDE
17
Metolachlor
17
Milk acid
N-(2-METHOXY-1-METHYL ETHYL)-2-ETHYL-6-METHYL
CHLOROACETANILIDE
LACTIC ACID
Milk of magnesia
MAGNESIUM HYDROXIDE SLURRY
18
Mineral jelly
PETROLATUM
17
Mineral wax
PETROLATUM
17
2303
17
18
MOLASSES
Monochlorobenzene
CHLOROBENZENE
17
Monochlorobenzol
CHLOROBENZENE
17
Monoethanolamine
ETHANOLAMINE
17
Monoethylamine
ETHYLAMINE
17
Monoethylamine solutions, 72% or less
ETHYLAMINE SOLUTIONS (72% OR LESS)
17
Monoisopropanolamine
ISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
Monoisopropylamine
ISOPROPYLAMINE
17
Monomethylamine
METHYLAMINE SOLUTIONS (42% OR LESS)
17
Monomethylamine solutions, 42% or less
METHYLAMINE SOLUTIONS (42% OR LESS)
17
Monopropylamine
N-PROPYLAMINE
17
Monopropylene glycol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
18
MORPHOLINE
17
2054
MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK
COMPOUNDS (CONTAINING LEAD
ALKYLS)
Muriatic acid
17
1649
HYDROCHLORIC ACID
17
NAPHTHALENE (MOLTEN)
17
NEODECANOIC ACID
17
Neodecanoic acid, 2,3-epoxypropyl ester
GLYCIDYL ESTER OF C10 TRIALKYLACETIC ACID
17
Neodecanoic acid, glycidyl ester
GLYCIDYL ESTER OF C10 TRIALKYLACETIC ACID
17
Neodecanoic acid vinyl ester
VINYL NEODECANOATE
17
Neopentane
PENTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Neopentanoic acid
TRIMETHYLACETIC ACID
17
Neopentylene glycol
2,2-DIMETHYLPROPANE-1,3-DIOL (MOLTEN OR SOLUTION)
17
2304
NITRATING ACID (MIXTURE OF
SULPHURIC AND NITRIC ACIDS)
17
1796
NITRIC ACID (70% AND OVER)
17
2031, 20
NITRIC ACID (LESS THAN 70%)
17
2031
Nitric acid, fuming
NITRIC ACID (70% AND OVER)
17
Nitric acid, red fuming
NITRIC ACID (70% AND OVER)
17
17
NITRILOTRIACETIC ACID, TRISODIUM
SALT SOLUTION
Nitrilo-2,2',2"-triethanol
TRIETHANOLAMINE
17
2,2',2"-Nitrilotriethanol
TRIETHANOLAMINE
17
2,2',2''-Nitrilotriethanol
TRIETHANOLAMINE
17
1,1',1"-Nitrilotripropan-2-ol
TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
1,1',1''-Nitrilotri-2-propanol
TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
1,1',1''-Nitrilotripropan-2-ol
NITROBENZENE
TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
17
Nitrobenzol
NITROBENZENE
17
NITROETHANE
17
NITROETHANE(80%)/
NITROPROPANE(20%)
ortho-Nitrophenol
17
O-NITROPHENOL (MOLTEN)
17
2-Nitrophenol
O-NITROPHENOL (MOLTEN)
17
1662
2842
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
2-Nitrophenol (molten)
O-NITROPHENOL (MOLTEN)
17
o-Nitrophenol
O-NITROPHENOL (MOLTEN)
17
O-NITROPHENOL (MOLTEN)
1- OR 2-NITROPROPANE
17
17
NITROPROPANE (60%)/NITROETHANE
(40%) MIXTURE
NONANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
n-Nonane
17
NONANE (ALL ISOMERS)
NONYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
NONENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
NONYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
Nonylcarbinol
DECYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Nonylene
NONENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Nonyl hydride
NONANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
NONYL METHACRYLATE MONOMER
17
NONYLPHENOL
Nopinen
BETA-PINENE
17
Nopinene
BETA-PINENE
17
NOXIOUS LIQUID, NF, (1) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) ST1, CAT. X
NOXIOUS LIQUID, F, (2) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) ST1, CAT. X
NOXIOUS LIQUID, NF, (3) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) ST2, CAT. X
NOXIOUS LIQUID, F, (4) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) ST2, CAT. X
NOXIOUS LIQUID, NF, (5) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) ST2, CAT. Y
NOXIOUS LIQUID, F, (6) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) ST2, CAT. Y
17
NOXIOUS LIQUID, NF, (7) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) ST3, CAT. Y
17
NOXIOUS LIQUID, F, (8) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) ST3, CAT. Y
NOXIOUS LIQUID, NF, (9) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) ST3, CAT. Z
17
NOXIOUS LIQUID, F, (10) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) ST3, CAT. Z
17
NOXIOUS LIQUID, (11) N.O.S. (TRADE
NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) CAT. Z
18
NON-NOXIOUS LIQUID, (12) N.O.S.
(TRADE NAME ...., CONTAINS ....) CAT. OS
Octadecan-1-ol
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
18
1-Octadecanol
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
Octanal
OCTYL ALDEHYDES
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
OCTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
OCTANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
17
OCTANOL (ALL ISOMERS)
Octan-1-ol
OCTANOL (ALL ISOMERS)
1262
17
17
17
OCTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
Octoic acid
OCTANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Octyl acrylate
2-ETHYLHEXYL ACRYLATE
17
Octyl adipate
DI-(2-ETHYLHEXYL) ADIPATE
17
Octyl alcohol
OCTANOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
OCTYL ALDEHYDES
1920
17
17
NONANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
Nonanols
1663
2608
17
1191
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Octylcarbinol
NONYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Octyl decyl phthalate
DIALKYL (C7-C13) PHTHALATES
17
Octylic acid
Octyl phthalate
OCTANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
DIALKYL (C7-C13) PHTHALATES
17
17
Oenanthic acid
N-HEPTANOIC ACID
17
Oenanthylic acid
N-HEPTANOIC ACID
17
Oil of Mirbane
NITROBENZENE
17
Oil of Myrbane
NITROBENZENE
17
Oil of turpentine
TURPENTINE
17
Oil of vitriol
OLEUM
17
Oil of vitriol
SULPHURIC ACID
17
Oil of wintergreen
METHYL SALICYLATE
17
OLEFIN-ALKYL ESTER COPOLYMER
(MOLECULAR WEIGHT 2000+)
OLEFINS (C13+, ALL ISOMERS)
17
OLEIC ACID
17
17
17
OLEUM
Olive-Pomace Oil
OLIVE OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 3.3% FREE FATTY
ACIDS)
1831
17
17
OLIVE OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN
3.3% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
Orthophosphoric acid
PHOSPHORIC ACID
17
Oxal
GLYOXAL SOLUTION (40% OR LESS)
17
Oxaldehyde
GLYOXAL SOLUTION (40% OR LESS)
17
3-Oxapentane-1,5-diol
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL
18
1,4-Oxazinane
MORPHOLINE
17
2-Oxetanone
BETA-PROPIOLACTONE
17
2,2'-Oxybis(1-chloropropane)
2,2'-DICHLOROISOPROPYL ETHER
17
2,2'-Oxybis(ethyleneoxy)diethanol
TETRAETHYLENE GLYCOL
17
2,2'-Oxybispropane
ISOPROPYL ETHER
17
2,2'-Oxydiethanol
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL
18
1,1'-Oxydipropan-2-ol
DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
17
Oxyethanoic acid
GLYCOLIC ACID SOLUTION (70% OR LESS)
17
Oxymethylene
FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTIONS (45% OR LESS)
17
PALM KERNEL OIL (CONTAINING LESS
THAN 5% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
17
PALM OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 5%
FREE FATTY ACIDS)
PALM OLEIN (CONTAINING LESS THAN
5% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
17
PALM STEARIN (CONTAINING LESS
THAN 5% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
17
17
Paraffin
PARAFFIN WAX
17
Paraffin jelly
PETROLATUM
17
Paraffin scale
PARAFFIN WAX
17
n-Paraffins (C10-C20)
N-ALKANES (C10+)
17
PARAFFIN WAX
PARALDEHYDE
17
17
1264
PARALDEHYDE-AMMONIA REACTION
PRODUCT
Peanut Oil
17
2920
17
Pear oil
GROUNDNUT OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 4% FREE FATTY
ACIDS)
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
Pelargonic acid
NONANOIC ACID (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Pelargonic alcohol
NONYL ALCOHOL (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
17
PENTACHLOROETHANE
Pentadecanol
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
Pentadec-1-ene
1-Pentadecene
OLEFINS (C13+, ALL ISOMERS)
OLEFINS (C13+, ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
Penta-1,3-diene
1,3-PENTADIENE
17
1669
17
1,3-PENTADIENE
Pentaethylene glycol
POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL
17
Pentalin
PENTACHLOROETHANE
17
Pentamethylene
CYCLOPENTANE
17
2,2,4,6,6-Pentamethyl-4-heptanethiol
TERT-DODECANETHIOL
17
Pentanal
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Pentane
PENTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
PENTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
Pentanedial solutions, 50% or less
GLUTARALDEHYDE SOLUTIONS (50% OR LESS)
17
n-Pentane
PENTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
PENTANOIC ACID
17
N-PENTANOIC ACID (64%)/2-METHYL
BUTYRIC ACID (36%) MIXTURE
tert-Pentanoic acid
17
TRIMETHYLACETIC ACID
17
Pentan-1-ol
N-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
Pentan-2-ol
SEC-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
Pentan-3-ol
SEC-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
1-Pentanol
N-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Pentanol
SEC-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
3-Pentanol
SEC-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
1-Pentanol acetate
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
n-Pentanol
N-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
sec-Pentanol
SEC-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
tert-Pentanol
TERT-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
Pentan-2-one
METHYL PROPYL KETONE
18
2-Pentanone
METHYL PROPYL KETONE
18
1265
17
PENTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
Pent-1-ene
PENTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
n-Pentene
PENTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Pentenes
PENTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Pentyl acetate
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
sec-Pentyl acetate
AMYL ACETATE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Pentyl alcohol
N-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
sec-Pentyl alcohol
SEC-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
tert-Pentyl alcohol
TERT-AMYL ALCOHOL
17
Pentyl propanoate
N-PENTYL PROPIONATE
17
N-PENTYL PROPIONATE
17
1993
PERCHLOROETHYLENE
17
1897
Perchloromethane
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
17
Perhydroazepine
HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE
17
PETROLATUM
Petroleum jelly
PETROLATUM
17
17
Phene
Phenic acid
BENZENE AND MIXTURES HAVING 10% BENZENE OR MORE
(I)
PHENOL
17
17
17
PHENOL
Phenyl alkane(C10-C21)sulphonate
ALKYL SULPHONIC ACID ESTER OF PHENOL
17
Phenylamine
ANILINE
17
2312
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
1-Phenylbutane
BUTYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Phenylbutane
BUTYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Phenyl carbinol
Phenyl chloride
BENZYL ALCOHOL
CHLOROBENZENE
17
17
1-Phenyldecane
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
1-Phenyldodecane
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
Phenylethane
ETHYLBENZENE
17
Phenyl ether
DIPHENYL ETHER
17
1-Phenylethylxylene
1-PHENYL-1-XYLYL ETHANE
17
Phenyl hydride
17
Phenyl hydroxide
BENZENE AND MIXTURES HAVING 10% BENZENE OR MORE
(I)
PHENOL
Phenylic acid
PHENOL
17
Phenylmethane
TOLUENE
17
Phenylmethanol
BENZYL ALCOHOL
17
Phenylmethyl acetate
BENZYL ACETATE
17
1-Phenylpropane
PROPYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Phenylpropane
PROPYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2-Phenylpropene
ALPHA-METHYLSTYRENE
17
1-Phenyltetradecane
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
1-Phenyltridecane
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
1-Phenylundecane
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
Phenylxylylethane
1-PHENYL-1-XYLYL ETHANE
17
17
17
1-PHENYL-1-XYLYL ETHANE
1-Phenyl-1-(2,5-xylyl)ethane
1-PHENYL-1-XYLYL ETHANE
17
1-Phenyl-1-(3,4-xylyl)ethane
1-PHENYL-1-XYLYL ETHANE
17
N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine
GLYPHOSATE SOLUTION (NOT CONTAINING SURFACTANT)
17
PHOSPHORIC ACID
17
1805
PHOSPHOROUS, YELLOW OR WHITE
17
1381, 24
Phthalandione
PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE (MOLTEN)
17
Phthalic acid anhydride
PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE (MOLTEN)
17
Phthalic acid, diundecyl ester
DIUNDECYL PHTHALATE
17
17
PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE (MOLTEN)
2-Picoline
2-METHYLPYRIDINE
17
3-Picoline
3-METHYLPYRIDINE
17
4-Picoline
4-METHYLPYRIDINE
17
alpha-Picoline
2-METHYLPYRIDINE
17
beta-Picoline
3-METHYLPYRIDINE
17
gamma-Picoline
4-METHYLPYRIDINE
17
Pimelic ketone
CYCLOHEXANONE
17
2(10)-Pinene
BETA-PINENE
17
2-Pinene
ALPHA-PINENE
17
2214
ALPHA-PINENE
17
2368
BETA-PINENE
17
2368
PINE OIL
17
1272
Piperylene
Pivalic acid
1,3-PENTADIENE
TRIMETHYLACETIC ACID
17
17
Poly(propylene oxide)
POLYPROPYLENE GLYCOL
17
POLYALKYL (C18-C22) ACRYLATE IN
XYLENE
POLYALKYL (C10-C20) METHACRYLATE
17
POLYALKYL (C10-C18)
METHACRYLATE/ETHYLENEPROPYLENE COPOLYMER MIXTURE
17
17
3257
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
POLYALUMINIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION
18
POLY(2+)CYCLIC AROMATICS
17
POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL
POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL DIMETHYL
ETHER
POLYFERRIC SULPHATE SOLUTION
17
17
POLYISOBUTENAMINE IN ALIPHATIC
(C10-C14) SOLVENT
POLYISOBUTENYL ANHYDRIDE ADDUCT
17
Polyisobutylene
17
17
POLY(4+)ISOBUTYLENE
17
POLY(4+)ISOBUTYLENE
17
POLYOLEFIN AMIDE ALKENEAMINE
(C17+)
POLYOLEFIN AMIDE ALKENEAMINE
BORATE (C28-C250)
POLYOLEFINAMINE (C28-C250)
17
POLYOLEFINAMINE IN ALKYL (C2-C4)
BENZENES
POLYOLEFINAMINE IN AROMATIC
SOLVENT
POLYOLEFIN ANHYDRIDE
17
POLYOLEFIN ESTER (C28-C250)
17
POLYOLEFIN PHENOLIC AMINE (C28C250)
POLYOLEFIN PHOSPHOROSULPHIDE,
BARIUM DERIVATIVE (C28-C250)
POLY(20)OXYETHYLENE SORBITAN
MONOOLEATE
POLYPROPYLENE GLYCOL
17
POLYSILOXANE
17
POTASSIUM FORMATE SOLUTIONS
18
POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
POTASSIUM OLEATE
17
POTASSIUM THIOSULPHATE (50% OR
LESS)
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
Propanal
PROPIONALDEHYDE
17
Propan-1-amine
N-PROPYLAMINE
17
2-Propanamine
ISOPROPYLAMINE
17
Propane-1,2-diol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
18
1,2-Propanediol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
18
1,2-Propanediol cyclic carbonate
PROPYLENE CARBONATE
18
Propanenitrile
PROPIONITRILE
17
Propane-1,2,3-triol
GLYCERINE
18
1,2,3-Propanetriol
GLYCERINE
18
1,2,3-Propane triol triacetate
GLYCERYL TRIACETATE
17
Propanoic acid
PROPIONIC ACID
17
Propanoic anhydride
PROPIONIC ANHYDRIDE
17
Propanol
Propan-1-ol
N-PROPYL ALCOHOL
N-PROPYL ALCOHOL
17
17
Propan-2-ol
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
18
1-Propanol
N-PROPYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Propanol
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
18
17
N-PROPANOLAMINE
3-Propanolide
BETA-PROPIOLACTONE
17
n-Propanol
N-PROPYL ALCOHOL
17
Propanone
ACETONE
18
1814
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Propan-2-one
ACETONE
18
2-Propanone
ACETONE
18
Propenenitrile
Propene oxide
ACRYLONITRILE
PROPYLENE OXIDE
17
17
Propenoic acid
ACRYLIC ACID
17
Prop-2-en-1-ol
ALLYL ALCOHOL
17
1-Propenol-3
ALLYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Propen-1-ol
ALLYL ALCOHOL
17
Propenyl alcohol
ALLYL ALCOHOL
17
Propiolactone
BETA-PROPIOLACTONE
17
BETA-PROPIOLACTONE
17
PROPIONALDEHYDE
17
1275
PROPIONIC ACID
17
1848
Propionic aldehyde
PROPIONALDEHYDE
17
PROPIONIC ANHYDRIDE
17
2496
PROPIONITRILE
17
2404
beta-Propionolactone
BETA-PROPIOLACTONE
17
Propiononitrile
PROPIONITRILE
17
Propionyl oxide
PROPIONIC ANHYDRIDE
17
1-Propoxypropan-2-ol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
Propyl acetate
N-PROPYL ACETATE
17
17
N-PROPYL ACETATE
Propyl acetone
METHYL BUTYL KETONE
17
Propyl alcohol
N-PROPYL ALCOHOL
17
2-Propyl alcohol
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
18
17
N-PROPYL ALCOHOL
sec-Propyl alcohol
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
18
Propyl aldehyde
PROPIONALDEHYDE
17
Propylamine
N-PROPYLAMINE
17
N-PROPYLAMINE
17
PROPYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
n-Propylbenzene
PROPYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Propylcarbinol
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
18
Propylene aldehyde
CROTONALDEHYDE
17
2,2'-[Propylenebis(nitrilomethylene)]diphenol
ALKYL (C8-C9) PHENYLAMINE IN AROMATIC SOLVENTS
17
18
PROPYLENE CARBONATE
Propylene chloride
1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE
17
Propylene dichloride
1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE
17
alpha,alpha'- (Propylenedinitrilo)di-o-cresol
ALKYL (C8-C9) PHENYLAMINE IN AROMATIC SOLVENTS
17
Propylene epoxide
PROPYLENE OXIDE
17
18
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
1,2-Propylene glycol
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
18
Propylene glycol n-butyl ether
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
Propylene glycol ethyl ether
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
Propylene glycol methyl ether
PROPYLENE GLYCOL METHYL ETHER
ACETATE
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL
ETHER
Propylene glycol monobutyl ether
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
17
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
Propylene glycol monomethyl ether
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
17
17
PROPYLENE GLYCOL PHENYL ETHER
Propylene glycol propyl ether
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
1274
1277
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Propylene glycol trimer
TRIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
17
1,2-Propylene glycol trimer
TRIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
17
Propylene glyco beta-monoethyl ether
PROPYLENE OXIDE
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHER
17
17
1280
PROPYLENE TETRAMER
17
2850
PROPYLENE TRIMER
17
2057
Propylethylene
PENTENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Propyl methyl ketone
METHYL PROPYL KETONE
18
N-Propyl-1-propanamine
DI-N-PROPYLAMINE
17
Pseudobutylene glycol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
Pseudocumene
TRIMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Pseudopinen
BETA-PINENE
17
Psuedopinene
BETA-PINENE
17
17
PYRIDINE
Pyroacetic acid
ACETONE
18
Pyroacetic ether
ACETONE
18
Pyrolysis gasoline (steam-cracked naphtha)
BENZENE AND MIXTURES HAVING 10% BENZENE OR MORE
(I)
BENZENE AND MIXTURES HAVING 10% BENZENE OR MORE
(I)
FURFURAL
17
Pyrolysis gasoline, containing 10% or more
benzene
Pyromucic aldehyde
17
17
17
RAPESEED OIL (LOW ERUCIC ACID,
CONTAINING LESS THAN 4% FREE
FATTY ACIDS)
Ricinus Oil
CASTOR OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN 2% FREE FATTY
ACIDS)
17
17
ROSIN
Rubbing alcohol
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
18
Saturated fatty acid (C13 and above)
FATTY ACID (SATURATED C13+)
17
Sludge acid
SULPHURIC ACID, SPENT
17
Soda ash
SODIUM CARBONATE SOLUTION
17
Soda lye
SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
18
SODIUM ACETATE SOLUTIONS
Sodium acid sulphite
SODIUM HYDROGEN SULPHITE SOLUTION (45% OR LESS)
17
17
SODIUM ALUMINOSILICATE SLURRY
Sodium aminoacetate solution
GLYCINE, SODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
17
SODIUM BENZOATE
Sodium 1,3-benzothiazole-2-thiolate solution
MERCAPTOBENZOTHIAZOL, SODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
Sodium 1,3-benzothiazol-2-yl sulphide solution
MERCAPTOBENZOTHIAZOL, SODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
Sodium bichromate
SODIUM DICHROMATE SOLUTION (70% OR LESS)
17
Sodium bisulphide
SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE SOLUTION (45% OR LESS)
17
17
SODIUM BOROHYDRIDE (15% OR
LESS)/SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
SODIUM CARBONATE SOLUTION
17
SODIUM CHLORATE SOLUTION (50% OR
LESS)
17
SODIUM DICHROMATE SOLUTION (70%
OR LESS)
Sodium glycinate solution
17
GLYCINE, SODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
Sodium hydrate
SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
Sodium hydrogensulphide
SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE SOLUTION (45% OR LESS)
SODIUM HYDROGEN SULPHIDE (6% OR
LESS)/SODIUM CARBONATE (3% OR
LESS) SOLUTION
SODIUM HYDROGEN SULPHITE
SOLUTION (45% OR LESS)
1282
2428
17
17
17
2693
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE/AMMONIUM
SULPHIDE SOLUTION
17
SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE SOLUTION
(45% OR LESS)
SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
2949
17
1824
SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE SOLUTION
(15% OR LESS)
Sodium mercaptan
17
1791
SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE SOLUTION (45% OR LESS)
17
Sodium mercaptide
SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE SOLUTION (45% OR LESS)
17
Sodium methylcarbamodithioate
METAM SODIUM SOLUTION
17
Sodium N-methyldithiocarbamate
METAM SODIUM SOLUTION
17
Sodium methyldithiocarbamate solution
METAM SODIUM SOLUTION
17
17
SODIUM NITRITE SOLUTION
Sodium rhodanate
SODIUM THIOCYANATE SOLUTION (56% OR LESS)
17
Sodium rhodanide
SODIUM THIOCYANATE SOLUTION (56% OR LESS)
17
1500
17
SODIUM SILICATE SOLUTION
SODIUM SULPHATE SOLUTIONS
18
SODIUM SULPHIDE SOLUTION (15% OR
LESS)
SODIUM SULPHITE SOLUTION (25% OR
LESS)
Sodium sulphocyanate
17
SODIUM THIOCYANATE SOLUTION (56% OR LESS)
17
Sodium sulphocyanide
SODIUM THIOCYANATE SOLUTION (56% OR LESS)
17
Sodium sulphydrate
SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE SOLUTION (45% OR LESS)
17
Sodium tetrahydroborate (15% or less) / sodium SODIUM BOROHYDRIDE (15% OR LESS)/SODIUM
hydroxide solution
HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
SODIUM THIOCYANATE SOLUTION (56%
OR LESS)
'D-D Soil fumigant'
DICHLOROPROPENE/DICHLOROPROPANE MIXTURES
17
1385
17
17
17
17
SOYABEAN OIL (CONTAINING LESS
THAN 0.5% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
Spirit of turpentine
TURPENTINE
17
Spirits of wine
ETHYL ALCOHOL
18
Suberane
CYCLOHEPTANE
17
Sulfonic acid, alkane(C10-C21) phenyl ester
ALKYL SULPHONIC ACID ESTER OF PHENOL
17
SULPHOLANE
17
SULPHONATED POLYACRYLATE
SOLUTION
SULPHUR (MOLTEN)
17
17
2448
SULPHURIC ACID
17
1830
Sulphuric acid, fuming
OLEUM
17
17
SULPHURIC ACID, SPENT
Sulphuric chlorohydrin
CHLOROSULPHONIC ACID
17
Sulphuric ether
DIETHYL ETHER
17
SULPHURIZED FAT (C14-C20)
17
SUNFLOWER SEED OIL (CONTAINING
LESS THAN 7% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
17
Sweet-birch oil
sym-Dichloroethane
METHYL SALICYLATE
ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE
17
17
sym-Dichloroethyl ether
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
17
sym-Dimethylethylene glycol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
sym-Tetrachloroethane
TETRACHLOROETHANE
17
sym-Trichlorobenzene
1,2,4-TRICHLOROBENZENE
17
sym-Trioxane
1,3,5-TRIOXANE
TALLOW (CONTAINING LESS THAN 15%
FREE FATTY ACIDS)
17
17
1832
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Tar acids
CRESOLS (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Tar camphor
NAPHTHALENE (MOLTEN)
17
Terebenthene
1,3,5,7-Tetraazatricyclo[3.3.1.13,7]-decane
BETA-PINENE
HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE SOLUTIONS
17
18
17
TETRACHLOROETHANE
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
TETRACHLOROETHANE
17
Tetrachloroethylene
PERCHLOROETHYLENE
17
1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethylene
PERCHLOROETHYLENE
17
Tetrachloromethane
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
17
Tetradecan-1-ol
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
1-Tetradecanol
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
Tetradecene
OLEFINS (C13+, ALL ISOMERS)
17
Tetradecylbenzene
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
17
TETRAETHYLENE GLYCOL
17
TETRAETHYLENE PENTAMINE
Tetraethyllead
Tetraethylplumbane
1702
MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK COMPOUNDS (CONTAINING
LEAD ALKYLS)
MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK COMPOUNDS (CONTAINING
LEAD ALKYLS)
17
TETRAETHYL SILICATE
MONOMER/OLIGOMER (20% IN
ETHANOL)
18
3a,4,7,7a-Tetrahydro-3,5-dimethyl-4,7-methano-METHYLCYCLOPENTADIENE DIMER
1H-indene
TETRAHYDROFURAN
17
Tetrahydro-2H-1,4-oxazine
17
MORPHOLINE
2320
17
17
2056
17
TETRAHYDRONAPHTHALENE
1,2,3,4-Tetrahydronapthalene
TETRAHYDRONAPHTHALENE
17
Tetrahydro-1,4-oxazine
MORPHOLINE
17
Tetrahydrothiophene-1-dioxide
SULPHOLANE
17
Tetrahydrothiophene 1,1-dioxide
SULPHOLANE
17
Tetralin
TETRAHYDRONAPHTHALENE
17
17
TETRAMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
1,2,3,4-Tetramethylbenzene
TETRAMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
1,2,3,5-Tetramethylbenzene
TETRAMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
1,2,4,5-Tetramethylbenzene
TETRAMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Tetramethylene cyanide
ADIPONITRILE
17
Tetramethylene dicyanide
ADIPONITRILE
17
Tetramethylene glycol
BUTYLENE GLYCOL
17
Tetramethylene oxide
TETRAHYDROFURAN
17
Tetramethylenesulphone
SULPHOLANE
17
Tetramethyllead
MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK COMPOUNDS (CONTAINING
LEAD ALKYLS)
17
Tetrapropylbenzene
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
Tetrapropylenebenzene
DODECYLBENZENE
17
Tetryl formate
ISOBUTYL FORMATE
17
Thiacyclopentan-1,1-dioxide
4-thiapentanal
SULPHOLANE
3-(METHYLTHIO)PROPIONALDEHYDE
17
17
Thiocyclopentan-1,1-dioxide
SULPHOLANE
17
Thiophan sulphone
SULPHOLANE
17
Thiosulphuric acid, dipotassium salt
POTASSIUM THIOSULPHATE (50% OR LESS)
17
Titaniuim(IV) oxide
TITANIUM DIOXIDE SLURRY
17
TITANIUM DIOXIDE SLURRY
17
TOLUENE
17
1294
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
17
TOLUENEDIAMINE
2,4-Toluenediamine
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
2,6-Toluenediamine
TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
17
2-Toluidine
O-TOLUIDINE
17
17
O-TOLUIDINE
Toluol
TOLUENE
17
o-Tolylamine
O-TOLUIDINE
17
2,4-Tolylenediamine
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
2,6-Tolylenediamine
TOLUENEDIAMINE
17
Tolylenediisocyanate
TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE
17
2,4-Tolylene diisocyanate
TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE
17
m-Tolylene diisocyanate
TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE
17
Toxilic anhydride
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE
17
Toxilic anhydride
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE
17
trans-1,3-Pentadiene
1,3-PENTADIENE
17
Treacle
MOLASSES
18
Triacetin
GLYOXAL SOLUTION (40% OR LESS)
17
3,6,9-Triazaundecamethylenediamine
TETRAETHYLENE PENTAMINE
17
3,6,9-Triazaundecane-1,11-diamine
TETRAETHYLENE PENTAMINE
17
TRIBUTYL PHOSPHATE
17
1,2,3-TRICHLOROBENZENE (MOLTEN)
17
17
1,2,4-TRICHLOROBENZENE
1,2,3-Trichlorobenzol
1,2,3-TRICHLOROBENZENE (MOLTEN)
17
1,1,2-TRICHLOROETHANE
17
beta-Trichloroethane
1,1,2-TRICHLOROETHANE
17
Trichloroethene
TRICHLOROETHYLENE
17
Trichloromethane
17
CHLOROFORM
2078
1708
2321
17
1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE
TRICHLOROETHYLENE
1709
2831
1710
17
1,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE
17
1,1,2-TRICHLORO-1,2,2TRIFLUOROETHANE
17
TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE (CONTAINING
1% OR MORE ORTHO-ISOMER)
TRIDECANE
17
2574
17
17
TRIDECANOIC ACID
Tridecanol
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
Tridecene
OLEFINS (C13+, ALL ISOMERS)
17
Tridecoic acid
TRIDECANOIC ACID
17
17
TRIDECYL ACETATE
Tridecyl alcohol
ALCOHOLS (C13+)
17
Tridecylbenzene
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
Tridecylic acid
FATTY ACID (SATURATED C13+)
17
Tridecylic acid
TRIDECANOIC ACID
17
Tri(dimethylphenyl) phosphate
TRIETHANOLAMINE
TRIXYLYL PHOSPHATE
17
17
TRIETHYLAMINE
17
TRIETHYLBENZENE
17
TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL
18
TRIETHYLENETETRAMINE
17
TRIETHYL PHOSPHATE
17
TRIETHYLPHOSPHITE
17
1296
2259
2323
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
Triformol
1,3,5-TRIOXANE
17
Triglycol
TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL
18
Tri(2-hydroxyethyl)amine
Tri[2-hydroxyethyl]amine
TRIETHANOLAMINE
TRIETHANOLAMINE
17
17
Trihydroxypropane
GLYCERINE
18
Trihydroxytriethylamine
TRIETHANOLAMINE
17
TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
TRIISOPROPYLATED PHENYL
PHOSPHATES
TRIMETHYLACETIC ACID
17
TRIMETHYLAMINE SOLUTION (30% OR
LESS)
Trimethylaminomethane
17
17
BUTYLAMINE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
TRIMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
1,2,3-Trimethylbenzene
TRIMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
TRIMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
TRIMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2,6,6-Trimethylbicyclo[3.1.1]hept-2-ene
ALPHA-PINENE
17
Trimethylcarbinol
TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL
17
1,1,3-Trimethyl-3-cyclohexene-5-one
ISOPHORONE
17
3,3,5-Trimethylcyclohex-2-enone
ISOPHORONE
17
3,5,5-Trimethylcyclohex-2-en-1-one
ISOPHORONE
17
3,3'-Trimethylenedioxydipropan-1-ol
TRIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
17
2,2,4-Trimethylpentane
OCTANE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
2,2,4-TRIMETHYL-1,3-PENTANEDIOL
DIISOBUTYRATE
2,2,4-Trimethylpentane-1,3-diol diisobutyrate
17
2,2,4-TRIMETHYL-1,3-PENTANEDIOL DIISOBUTYRATE
17
17
2,2,4-TRIMETHYL-1,3-PENTANEDIOL-1ISOBUTYRATE
2,4,4-Trimethylpentene-1
DIISOBUTYLENE
17
2,4,4-Trimethylpent-1-ene
DIISOBUTYLENE
17
2,4,4-Trimethylpentene-2
DIISOBUTYLENE
17
2,4,4-Trimethylpent-2-ene
DIISOBUTYLENE
17
2,4,6-Trimethyl-1,3,5-trioxane
PARALDEHYDE
17
2,4,6-Trimethyl-s-trioxane
PARALDEHYDE
17
Trioxan
1,3,5-TRIOXANE
17
17
1,3,5-TRIOXANE
Trioxin
1,3,5-TRIOXANE
17
Trioxymethylene
1,3,5-TRIOXANE
17
Tripropylene
PROPYLENE TRIMER
17
17
TRIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
Tris(dimethylphenyl) phosphate
TRIXYLYL PHOSPHATE
17
N,N,N-Tris(2-hydroxyethyl)amine
TRIETHANOLAMINE
17
Tris(2-hydroxypropyl)amine
TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
Tris(2-hydroxy-1-propyl)amine
TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE
17
Trisodium 2-[carboxylatomethyl(2hydroxyethyl)amino]ethyliminodi(acetate)
Trisodium N-(carboxymethyl)-N'-(2hydroxyethyl)-N,N'-ethylenediglycine
Trisodium N-(2-hydroxyethyl)ethylenediamineN,N',N'-triacetate
Trisodium nitrilotriacetate solution
N-(HYDROXYETHYL)ETHYLENEDIAMINETRIACETIC ACID,
TRISODIUM SALT SOLUTION
N-(HYDROXYETHYL)ETHYLENEDIAMINETRIACETIC ACID,
TRISODIUM SALT SOLUTION
N-(HYDROXYETHYL)ETHYLENEDIAMINETRIACETIC ACID,
TRISODIUM SALT SOLUTION
NITRILOTRIACETIC ACID, TRISODIUM SALT SOLUTION
17
Tritolyl phosphate, containing 1% or more ortho-TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE (CONTAINING 1% OR MORE
isomer
ORTHO-ISOMER)
Trixylenyl phosphate
TRIXYLYL PHOSPHATE
17
17
17
17
17
1297
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
TRIXYLYL PHOSPHATE
17
TUNG OIL (CONTAINING LESS THAN
2.5% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
TURPENTINE
17
17
Turpentine oil
TURPENTINE
17
Turps
TURPENTINE
17
Type A Zeolite
SODIUM ALUMINOSILICATE SLURRY
17
Undecane
N-ALKANES (C10+)
17
1-Undecanecarboxylic acid
LAURIC ACID
17
17
UNDECANOIC ACID
Undecan-1-ol
UNDECYL ALCOHOL
17
Undec-1-ene
1-UNDECENE
17
17
1-UNDECENE
17
UNDECYL ALCOHOL
Undecylbenzene
ALKYL(C9+)BENZENES
17
Undecylic acid
UNDECANOIC ACID
17
n-Undecylic acid
UNDECANOIC ACID
17
uns-Trimethylbenzene
TRIMETHYLBENZENE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Urea, ammonia liquor
UREA/AMMONIUM NITRATE SOLUTION (CONTAINING AQUA
AMMONIA)
UREA/AMMONIUM NITRATE SOLUTION (CONTAINING AQUA
AMMONIA)
17
Urea, ammonium carbamate solutions
17
UREA/AMMONIUM NITRATE SOLUTION
17
UREA/AMMONIUM NITRATE SOLUTION
(CONTAINING AQUA AMMONIA)
UREA/AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE
SOLUTION
UREA SOLUTION
17
Valeral
17
17
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
17
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
n-Valeraldehyde
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Valerianic acid
PENTANOIC ACID
17
Valeric acid
PENTANOIC ACID
17
n-Valeric acid
PENTANOIC ACID
17
Valeric aldehyde
VALERALDEHYDE (ALL ISOMERS)
17
Valerone
DIISOBUTYL KETONE
17
Vinegar acid
ACETIC ACID
17
Vinegar naphtha
ETHYL ACETATE
17
17
VINYL ACETATE
Vinylcarbinol
ALLYL ALCOHOL
17
Vinyl cyanide
ACRYLONITRILE
17
vinyl ethanoate
VINYL ACETATE
17
17
VINYL ETHYL ETHER
ACRYLIC ACID
VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE
VINYL NEODECANOATE
VINYLTOLUENE
1303
17
2618
17
Vinyltrichloride
1,1,2-TRICHLOROETHANE
17
Vitriol brown oil
OLEUM
17
18
WAXES
SODIUM SILICATE SOLUTION
1302
17
17
1,1,2-TRICHLOROETHANE
WATER
1301
17
Vinyl trichloride
Water glass
2058
17
VEGETABLE PROTEIN SOLUTION
(HYDROLYSED)
Vinylformic acid
1299
17
17
Index Name
Product Name
Chapter UN No.
White bole
KAOLIN SLURRY
18
White caustic
SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION
17
White tar
Wine
NAPHTHALENE (MOLTEN)
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, N.O.S.
17
18
Wintergreen oil
METHYL SALICYLATE
17
Wood alcohol
METHYL ALCOHOL
17
Wood naphtha
METHYL ALCOHOL
17
Wood spirit
METHYL ALCOHOL
17
XYLENES
17
1307
XYLENOL
17
2261
2,3-Xylenol
XYLENOL
17
2,4-Xylenol
XYLENOL
17
2,5-Xylenol
XYLENOL
17
2,6-Xylenol
XYLENOL
17
3,4-Xylenol
XYLENOL
17
3,5-Xylenol
XYLENOL
17
Xylols
XYLENES
17
Yellow Grease
TALLOW (CONTAINING LESS THAN 15% FREE FATTY ACIDS)
17
17
ZINC ALKARYL DITHIOPHOSPHATE (C7C16)
ZINC ALKENYL CARBOXAMIDE
17
ZINC ALKYL DITHIOPHOSPHATE (C3-C14)
17
Zinc bromide drilling brine
DRILLING BRINES (CONTAINING ZINC SALTS)
17
(Z)-Octadec-9-enoic acid
OLEIC ACID
17
Z-Octadec-9-enoic acid
OLEIC ACID
17
z-1,3-Pentadiene
1,3-PENTADIENE
17
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Chapter 20
Transport of liquid chemical wastes
20.1
Preamble
20.1.1 Maritime transport of liquid chemical wastes could present a threat to human health and
to the environment.
20.1.2 Liquid chemical wastes shall, therefore, be transported in accordance with relevant
international conventions and recommendations and, in particular, where it concerns maritime
transport in bulk, with the requirements of this Code.
20.2
Definitions
For the purpose of this chapter:
20.2.1 Liquid chemical wastes are substances, solutions or mixtures, offered for shipment,
containing or contaminated with one or more constituents which are subject to the requirements
of this Code and for which no direct use is envisaged but which are carried for dumping,
incineration or other methods of disposal other than at sea.
20.2.2 Transboundary movement means maritime transport of wastes from an area under the
national jurisdiction of one country to or through an area under the national jurisdiction of
another country, or to or through an area not under the national jurisdiction of any country,
provided at least two countries are concerned by the movement.
20.3
Applicability
20.3.1 The requirements of this chapter are applicable to the transboundary movement of liquid
chemical wastes in bulk by seagoing ships and shall be considered in conjunction with all other
requirements of this Code.
20.3.2 The requirements of this chapter do not apply to:
20.4
.1
wastes derived from shipboard operations which are covered by the requirements
of MARPOL 73/78; and
.2
substances, solutions or mixtures containing or contaminated with radioactive
materials which are subject to the applicable requirements for radioactive
materials.
Permitted shipments
20.4.1 Transboundary movement of wastes is permitted to commence only when:
.1
notification has been sent by the competent authority of the country of origin, or
by the generator or exporter through the channel of the competent authority of the
country of origin, to the country of final destination; and
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.2
20.5
the competent authority of the country of origin, having received the written
consent of the country of final destination stating that the wastes will be safely
incinerated or treated by other methods of disposal, has given authorization to the
movement.
Documentation
20.5.1 In addition to the documentation specified in 16.2 of this Code, ships engaged in
transboundary movement of liquid chemical wastes shall carry on board a waste movement
document issued by the competent authority of the country of origin.
20.6
Classification of liquid chemical wastes
20.6.1 For the purpose of the protection of the marine environment, all liquid chemical wastes
transported in bulk shall be treated as Category X noxious liquid substances, irrespective of the
actual evaluated category.
20.7
Carriage and handling of liquid chemical wastes
20.7.1 Liquid chemical wastes shall be carried in ships and cargo tanks in accordance with the
minimum requirements for liquid chemical wastes specified in chapter 17, unless there are clear
grounds indicating that the hazards of the wastes would warrant:
.1
carriage in accordance with the ship type 1 requirements; or
.2
any additional requirements of this Code applicable to the substance or, in case the
of a mixture, its constituent presenting the predominant hazard.
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Chapter 21
Criteria for assigning carriage requirements for products subject to the IBC Code
21.1
Introduction
21.1.1 The following criteria are guidelines for the determination of pollution classification and
assignment of appropriate carriage requirements for bulk liquid cargoes being considered as
candidates for entry into the IBC Code or annexes 1, 3 or 4 of MEPC.2/Circs.
21.1.2 In developing such criteria, every effort has been made to follow the criteria and cut off
points developed under the Global Harmonized System (GHS).
21.1.3 Although the criteria are intended to be closely defined in order to establish a uniform
approach, it must be emphasized that these are guidelines only and, where human experience or
other factors indicates the need for alternative arrangements, these shall always be taken into
account. Where deviations from the criteria have been recognized, they shall be properly
recorded with justifications.
21.2
Contents
21.2.1 This chapter contains the following:
21.3
.1
minimum safety and pollution criteria for products subject to chapter 17 of the
IBC Code;
.2
criteria used to assign the minimum carriage requirements for products, which
meet the safety or pollution criteria to make them subject to chapter 17 of the
IBC Code;
.3
criteria used for special requirements in chapter 15 of the IBC Code to be included
in column o of chapter 17 of the IBC Code;
.4
criteria used for special requirements in chapter 16 of the IBC Code to be included
in column o of chapter 17 of the IBC Code; and
.5
definitions of properties used within this chapter.
Minimum safety and pollution criteria for products subject to chapter 17 of the
IBC Code
21.3.1 Products are deemed to be hazardous and subject to chapter 17 of the IBC Code if they
meet one or more of the following criteria:
.1
inhalation LC50 <20 mg/l/4 h (see definitions in paragraph 21.7.1.1);
.2
dermal LD50 <2000 mg/kg (see definitions in paragraph 21.7.1.2);
.3
oral LD50 <2000 mg/kg (see definitions in paragraph 21.7.1.3);
.4
toxic to mammals by prolonged exposure (see definitions in paragraph 21.7.2);
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.5
cause skin sensitization (see definitions in paragraph 21.7.3);
.6
cause respiratory sensitization (see definitions in paragraph 21.7.4);
.7
corrosive to skin (see definitions in paragraph 21.7.5);
.8
have a Water Reactive Index (WRI) of >1 (see definitions in paragraph 21.7.6);
.9
require inertion, inhibition, stabilization, temperature control or tank
environmental control in order to prevent a hazardous reaction (see definitions in
paragraph 21.7.10);
.10
flash point <23°C; and have an explosive/flammability range (expressed as a
percentage by volume in air) of >20%;
.11
autoignition temperature of <200°C; and
.12
classified as pollution category X or Y or meeting the criteria for rules 11 to 13
under paragraph 21.4.5.1.
21.4
Criteria used to assign the minimum carriage requirements for products, which
meet the minimum safety or pollution criteria to make them subject to
chapter 17 of the IBC Code
21.4.1
Column a - Product Name
21.4.1.1 The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) name shall be used
as far as possible but, where this is unnecessarily complex, then a technically correct and
unambiguous alternative chemical name may be used.
21.4.2
Column b – Deleted.
21.4.3
Column c - Pollution Category
21.4.3.1 Column c identifies the pollution category assigned to each product under Annex II of
MARPOL 73/78.
21.4.4
Column d - Hazards
21.4.4.1 An “S” is assigned to column d if any of the safety criteria described in
paragraphs 21.3.1.1 to 21.3.1.11 are met.
21.4.4.2 A “P” is assigned to column d if the product meets the criteria for assigning
Ship Type 1 to 3 as defined by rules 1 to 14 in paragraph 21.4.5.
21.4.5
Column e - Ship Type
21.4.5.1 The basic criteria for assigning Ship Types based on the GESAMP Hazard Profile are
shown in the table below. An explanation of the details in the columns is provided in appendix 1
of MARPOL Annex II. Selected rules, identified in this table, are specified in section 21.4.5.2
for assigning specific Ship Types.
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Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
21.4.5.2
A1
A2
>4
>4
NR
NR
>4
NR
B1
B2
>5
4
D3
E2
Ship Type
1
CMRTNI
CMRTNI
4
3
3
2
>1
CMRTNI
>2
Fp
F
S
>4
NR
>1
All other category Y Substances
All other category Z Substances
All “Other Substances” (OS)
3
NA
The Ship Type is assigned according to the following criteria:
Ship Type 1:
Inhalation LC50 <0.5 mg/l/4 h; and/or
Dermal LD50 <50 mg/kg; and/or
Oral LD50 < 5 mg/kg; and/or
Autoignition temperature <65oC; and/or
Explosive range >50% v/v in air and the flash point <23°C; and/or
Rules 1 or 2 of the table shown in 21.4.5.1
Ship Type 2:
Inhalation LC50 >0.5mg/l/4 h - <2mg/l/4 h; and/or
Dermal LD50 >50mg/kg - < 1000 mg/kg; and/or
OralLD50 >5mg/kg - < 300 mg/kg; and/or
WRI=2;
Autoignition temperature <200oC; and/or
Explosive range >40% v/v in air and the flash point <23°C; and/or
Any of the rules 3 to 10 of the table shown in 21.4.5.1
Ship Type 3:
Any of the minimum safety or pollution criteria for bulk liquid cargoes subject to
chapter 17 of the IBC Code not meeting the requirements for ship types 1 or 2 and not
meeting rule 15 of the table shown in 21.4.5.1.
21.4.6
Column f - Tank type
21.4.6.1
The tank type is assigned according to the following criteria:
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Inhalation LC50 <0.5 mg/l/4 h; and/or
Dermal LD50 < 200 mg/kg); and/or
Autoignition temperature <65°C; and/or
Explosive range >40% v/v in air and the flash point <23°C; and/or
WRI=2
Tank type 2G:
Any of the minimum safety or pollution criteria for bulk liquid
cargoes subject to chapter 17 or the IBC Code not meeting the
requirements for tank type 1G.
21.4.7
Column g - Tank vents
21.4.7.1
The tank venting arrangements are assigned according to the following criteria:
Controlled:
Inhalation LC50 < 10 mg/l/4 h; and/or
Toxic to mammals by prolonged exposure; and/or
Respiratory sensitizer; and/or
Special carriage control needed; and/or
Flash point <60oC
Corrosive to skin (< 4 h exposure)
Open:
Any of the minimum safety or pollution criteria for bulk liquid cargoes
subject to chapter 17 or the IBC Code not meeting the requirements for
controlled tank vents.
21.4.8
Column h - Tank environmental control
21.4.8.1
criteria:
The Tank environmental control conditions are assigned according to the following
21.4.9
Inert:
Autoignition temperature <200oC; and/or
Reacts with air to cause a hazard; and/or
Explosive range >40% and the flash point <23°C.
Dry:
WRI>1
Pad:
Only applies to specific products identified on a case by case basis.
Vent:
Only applies to specific products identified on a case by case basis.
No:
Where the above criteria do not apply, (inerting requirements may be
required under SOLAS)
Column i - Electrical equipment
21.4.9.1 If the flash point of the product is < 60oC or the product is heated to within 15oC of its
flash point then the electrical equipment required are assigned according to the following criteria,
else ‘-’ is assigned in column i’ and i’’.
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.1
Column i’ - Temperature class:
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
.2
Autoignition temperature > 450oC
Autoignition temperature > 300oC but < 450oC
Autoignition temperature > 200oC but < 300oC
Autoignition temperature > 135oC but < 200oC
Autoignition temperature > 100oC but < 135oC
Autoignition temperature > 85oC but < 100oC
Column i’’ - Apparatus group:
Apparatus group
MESG at 20oC
(mm)
MIC ratio
product/methane
IIA
>0.9
>0.8
IIB
>0.5 to <0.9
>0.45 to <0.8
IIC
<0.5
<0.45
.2.1
The tests shall be carried out in accordance with the procedures described in
IEC 60079-1-1:2002 and IEC 79-3.
.2.2
For gases and vapours it is sufficient to make only one determination of either
the Maximum Experimental Safe Gap (MESG) or the Minimum Igniting
Current (MIC) provided that:
for Group IIA:
for Group IIB:
for Group IIC:
.2.3
It is necessary to determine both the MESG and the MIC ratio when:
.1
.2
.3
.3
the MESG > 0.9 mm or the MIC ratio >0.9.
the MESG is >0.55 mm and <0.9 mm; or the MIC ratio is
>0.5 and <0.8.
the MESG is < 0.5 mm or the MIC ratio is <0.45.
The MIC ratio determination only has been made, and the ratio is
between 0.8 and 0.9, when an MESG determination will be required;
The MIC ratio determination only has been made, and the ratio is
between 0.45 and 0.5, when an MESG determination will be required;
or
The MESG only has been found, and is between 0.5 mm and 0.55 mm,
when an MIC ratio determination will be required.
Column i’’’ Flash point:
> 60 °C
< 60 °C
Non-flammable
:Yes
:No
:NF
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21.4.10
Column j - Gauging
21.4.10.1 The type of gauging equipment permitted is assigned according to the following
criteria:
Closed:
Inhalation LC50 < 2 mg/l/4hr; and/or
Dermal LD50 < 1000 mg/kg; and/or
Toxic to mammals by prolonged exposure; and/or
Respiratory sensitizer; and/or
Corrosive to skin (< 3 min exposure).
Restricted: Inhalation LC50 >2 - < 10 mg/l/4h; and/or
Special carriage control indicates Inerting required; and/or
Corrosive to skin (>3 min - <1 h exposure); and/or
Flash point <60oC.
Open:
21.4.11
Any of the minimum safety or pollution criteria for bulk liquid cargoes
subject to chapter 17 or the IBC Code not meeting the requirements for
closed or restricted gauging.
Column k - Vapour detection
21.4.11.1 The type of vapour detection equipment required is determined by the following
criteria:
21.4.12
Toxic (T)
:
Inhalation LC50 < 10 mg/l/4 h, and/or
Respiratory sensitizer; and/or
Toxic by prolonged exposure.
Flammable (F)
:
Flash point <60oC
No
:
Where the above criteria do not apply.
Column l - Fire protection equipment
21.4.12.1 The appropriate fire-fighting media are defined as being appropriate according to the
following criteria related to the properties of the product:
Solubility >10% (>100000 mg/l) :
A
Alcohol-resistant foam.
Solubility <10% (<100000 mg/l) :
:
A
B
Alcohol-resistant foam; and/or
Regular foam.
WRI = 0
:
C
Water spray (generally used as a
coolant and can be used with A
and/or B providing that the WRI=0).
WRI >1
:
D
Dry chemical.
No
:
No requirements under this Code.
Note:
all appropriate media shall be listed.
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21.4.13
Column m – Deleted.
21.4.14
Column n - Emergency Equipment
21.4.14.1 The requirement to have personnel emergency equipment on board is identified by
‘Yes’ in column n according to the following criteria:
Inhalation LC50 <2 mg/l/4 h; and/or
Respiratory sensitizer; and/or
Corrosive to skin (< 3 min exposure); and/or
WRI=2
No: indicates that the above criteria do not apply.
21.5
Criteria for special requirements in chapter 15 to be included in column o
21.5.1
The assignment of special requirements in column o shall normally follow clear
criteria based on the data supplied in the reporting form. Where it is considered appropriate to
deviate from such criteria, this shall be clearly documented in such a way that it can easily be
retrieved on demand.
21.5.2
The criteria for making reference to the special requirements identified in chapters 15
and 16 are defined below with comments where relevant.
21.5.3
Paragraphs 15.2 to 15.10 and 15.20
21.5.3.1 Paragraphs 15.2 to 15.10 and 15.20 identify specific products by name with special
carriage requirements that cannot be easily accommodated in any other way.
21.5.4
Paragraph 15.11 - Acids
21.5.4.1
Paragraph 15.11 applies to all acids unless they:
.1
are organic acids - when only paragraphs 15.11.2 to 15.11.4 and
paragraphs 15.11.6 to 15.11.8 apply; or
.2
do not evolve hydrogen - when paragraph 15.11.5 need not apply.
21.5.5
Paragraph 15.12 - Toxic products
21.5.5.1
All of paragraph 15.12 is added to column o according to the following criteria:
Inhalation LC50 <2 mg/l/4 h; and/or
the product is a respiratory sensitizer; and/or
the product is toxic to mammals by prolonged exposure.
21.5.5.2
Paragraph 15.12.3 is added to column o according to the following criteria:
Inhalation LC50 >2 - <10 mg/l/4 h; and/or
Dermal LD50 <1000 mg/kg; and/or
Oral LD50 <300 mg/kg.
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21.5.5.3
Paragraph 15.12.4 is added to column o according to the following criterion:
Inhalation LC50 >2 - <10 mg/l/4 h.
21.5.6
Paragraph 15.13 - Cargoes protected by additives
21.5.6.1 The requirement to assign paragraph 15.13 to column o is based on the information
related to the products tendency to polymerise, decompose, oxidise or undergo other chemical
changes which may cause a hazard under normal carriage conditions and which would be
prevented by the addition of appropriate additives.
21.5.7
Paragraph 15.14 - Cargoes with a vapour pressure greater than atmospheric
at 37.8°C
21.5.7.1 The requirement to assign paragraph 15.14 to column o is based on the following
criterion:
Boiling point <37.8oC
21.5.8
Paragraph 15.16 - Cargo contamination
21.5.8.1
Paragraph 15.16.1 is deleted.
21.5.8.2
Paragraph 15.16.2 is added to column o according to the following criterion:
WRI>1
21.5.9
Paragraph 15.17 - Increased ventilation requirements
21.5.9.1
Paragraph 15.17 shall be added to column o according to the following criteria:
Inhalation LC50 >0.5 - <2 mg/l/4 h; and/or
Respiratory sensitizer; and/or
Toxic to mammals by prolonged exposure; and/or
Corrosive to skin (<1 h exposure time).
21.5.10
Paragraph 15.18 - Special cargo pump-room requirements
21.5.10.1 Paragraph 15.18 shall be added to column o according to the following criterion:
Inhalation LC50 <0.5 mg/l/4 h
21.5.11
Paragraph 15.19 - Overflow control
21.5.11.1 Paragraph 15.19 shall be added to column o according to the following criteria:
Inhalation LC50 <2 mg/l/4 h; and/or
Dermal LD50 <1000 mg/kg; and/or
Oral LD50 < 300 mg/kg; and/or
Respiratory sensitizer; and/or
Corrosive to skin (< 3 min exposure); and/or
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Explosive range >40% v/v in air and flash point <23°C; and/or
Classified as ship type 1 on pollution grounds.
21.5.11.2 Only paragraph 15.19.6 shall apply if the product has any of the following properties:
Inhalation LC50 >2 mg/l/4h - <10 mg/l/4 h; and/or
Dermal LD50 > 1000 mg/kg - < 2000 mg/kg; and/or
Oral LD5o > 300 mg/kg - < 2000 mg/kg; and/or
Skin sensitizer; and/or
Corrosive to skin (> 3 min - <1 h exposure); and/or
Flash point <60oC; and/or
Classified as ship type 2 on pollution grounds; and/or
Pollution category X or Y.
21.5.12
Paragraph 15.21 – Temperature sensors
21.5.12.1 Paragraph 15.21 is added to column o according to the heat sensitivity of the product.
This requirement is related to pumps in cargo pump rooms only.
21.6
Criteria for special requirements in chapter 16 to be included in column o
21.6.1
Paragraphs 16.1 to 16.2.5 and 16.3 to 16.5
21.6.1.1
These apply to all cargoes and so are not referenced specifically in column o.
21.6.2
Paragraph 16.2.6
21.6.2.1
Paragraph 16.2.6 is added to column o for products, which meet the following criteria:
Pollution Category X or Y and viscosity >50 mPa.s at 20oC
21.6.3 Paragraph 16.2.9
21.6.3.1 Paragraph 16.2.9 is added to column o for products, which meet the following
criterion:
Melting point >0oC.
21.6.4
Paragraph 16.6 – Cargo not to be exposed to excessive heat
21.6.4.1 Paragraphs 16.6.2 to 16.6.4 are added to column o for products, which are identified
as requiring temperature control during carriage.
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Definitions
21.7.1
Acute mammalian toxicity
21.7.1.1
Acutely toxic by inhalation*
Inhalation toxicity (LC50)
Hazard level
mg/l/4 h
High
<0.5
Moderately high
>0.5 - <2
Moderate
>2 - <10
Slight
>10 - <20
Negligible
>20
21.7.1.2
Acutely toxic in contact with skin
Dermal toxicity (LD50)
Hazard Level
mg/kg
High
<50
Moderately high
>50 - <200
Moderate
>200 - <1000
Slight
>1000 - <2000
Negligible
>2000
21.7.1.3
Acutely toxic if swallowed
Oral toxicity (LD50)
Hazard Level
mg/kg
High
<5
Moderately High
>5 - <50
Moderate
>50 - <300
Slight
>300 - <2000
Negligible
>2000
21.7.2
Toxic to mammals by prolonged exposure
21.7.2.1 A product is classified as toxic by prolonged exposure if it meets any of the following
criteria: it is known to be, or suspected of being a carcinogen, mutagen, reprotoxic, neurotoxic,
immunotoxic or exposure below the lethal dose is known to cause specific organ oriented
systemic toxicity (TOST) or other related effects.
21.7.2.2 Such effects may be identified from the GESAMP Hazard Profile of the product or
other recognized sources of such information.
*
All inhalation toxicity data are assumed to be associated with vapours and not mists or sprays, unless
indicated otherwise.
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Skin sensitization
21.7.3.1
A product is classified as a skin sensitizer:
.1
if there is evidence in humans that the substance can induce sensitization by
skin contact in a substantial number of persons; or
.2
where there are positive results from an appropriate animal test.
21.7.3.2 When an adjuvant type test method for skin sensitization is used, a response of at least
30% of the animals is considered as positive. For a non-adjuvant test method a response of at
least 15% of the animals is considered positive.
21.7.3.3 When a positive result is obtained from the Mouse Ear Swelling Test (MEST) or the
Local Lymph Node Assay (LLNA), this may be sufficient to classify the product as a skin
sensitizer.
21.7.4
Respiratory sensitization
21.7.4.1
A product is classified as a respiratory sensitizer:
21.7.5
.1
if there is evidence in humans that the substance can induce specific
respiratory hypersensitivity; and/or
.2
where there are positive results from an appropriate animal test; and/or
.3
where the product is identified as a skin sensitizer and there is no evidence to
show that it is not a respiratory sensitizer.
Corrosive to skin*
Hazard Level
Severely corrosive to skin
Highly corrosive to skin
Moderately corrosive to skin
*
Exposure time to cause full
thickness necrosis of skin
< 3 min
> 3 min - < 1 h
>1h-<4h
Observation time
<1 h
<14 days
<14 days
Products that are corrosive to skin are, for the purpose of assigning relevant carriage requirements, deemed
to be corrosive by inhalation.
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21.7.6
Water reactive substances
21.7.6.1
These are classified into three groups as follows:
Water reactive index
(WRI)
2
1
0
21.7.7
Definition
Any chemical which, in contact with water, may produce a toxic,
flammable or corrosive gas or aerosol.
Any chemical which, in contact with water, may generate heat or
produce a non-toxic, non-flammable or non corrosive gas.
Any chemical which, in contact with water, would not undergo a
reaction to justify a value of 1 or 2.
Air reactive substances
21.7.7.1 Air reactive substances are products which react with air to cause a potentially
hazardous situation, e.g. the formation of peroxides which may cause an explosive reaction.
21.7.8
Electrical apparatus - Temperature Class (for products which either have a
flashpoint of <60oC or are heated to within 15°C of their flashpoint)
21.7.8.1 The Temperature Class is defined by the International Electrotechnical Commission
(IEC) as:
The highest temperature attained under practical conditions of operation within the
rating of the apparatus (and recognized overloads, if any, associated therewith) by
any part of any surface, the exposure of which to an explosive atmosphere may
involve a risk.
21.7.8.2 The Temperature Class of the electrical apparatus is assigned by selecting the
Maximum Surface Temperature which is closest to, but less than, the product's autoignition
temperature (see 21.4.9.1.1).
21.7.9
Electrical apparatus - Apparatus group (for products with a flashpoint of <60oC)
21.7.9.1 This refers to intrinsically safe and associated electrical apparatus for explosive gas
atmospheres which the IEC divide into the following groups:
Group I: for mines susceptible to firedamp (not used by IMO); and
Group II: for applications in other industries - further sub-divided according to its
Maximum Experimental Safe Gap (MESG) and/or the Minimum Igniting
Current (MIC) of the gas/vapour into groups IIA, IIB and IIC.
21.7.9.2 This property cannot be determined from other data associated with the product; it has
to be either measured or assigned by assimilation with related products in an homologous series.
21.7.10
Special carriage control conditions
21.7.10.1 Special carriage control conditions refer to specific measures that need to be taken in
order to either prevent a hazardous reaction. They include:
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21.7.11
.1
Inhibition: the addition of a compound (usually organic) that retards or stops
an undesired chemical reaction such as corrosion, oxidation or polymerization;
.2
Stabilization: the addition of a substance (stabilizer) that tends to keep a
compound, mixture or solution from changing its form or chemical nature.
Such stabilizers may retard a reaction rate, preserve a chemical equilibrium,
act as antioxidants, keep pigments and other components in emulsion form or
prevent the particles in colloidal suspension from precipitating;
.3
Inertion: the addition of a gas (usually nitrogen) in the ullage space of a tank
that prevents the formation of a flammable cargo/air mixture;
.4
Temperature control: the maintenance of a specific temperature range for
the cargo in order to prevent a hazardous reaction or to keep the viscosity low
enough to allow the product to be pumped; and
.5
Padding and venting: only applies to specific products identified on a case
by case basis.
Flammable cargoes
21.7.11.1 A cargo is defined as flammable according to the following criteria:
IBC Code descriptor
Highly flammable
Flammable
Flash point (degrees Centigrade)
< 23
< 60 but > 23
21.7.11.2 It should be noted that flash points of mixtures and aqueous solutions need to be
measured unless all of the components are non-flammable.
21.7.11.3 It should be noted that the carriage of bulk liquid cargoes which have a flash point of
<60°C is subject to other SOLAS regulations.
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Appendix
MODEL FORM OF INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF FITNESS FOR THE
CARRIAGE OF
DANGEROUS CHEMICALS IN BULK
INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF FITNESS FOR
THE CARRIAGE OF DANGEROUS CHEMICALS IN BULK
(Official seal)
Issued under the provisions of the
INTERNATIONAL CODE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT OF SHIPS
CARRYING DANGEROUS CHEMICALS IN BULK
(resolutions MSC.176(79) and MEPC.119(52))
under the authority of the Government of
………………………………………………………………………………………………………
(full official designation of country)
by……………………………………………………………………………………………………
(full designation of the competent person or organization recognized by the Administration)
Particulars of ship1
Name of ship
................................................................................................
Distinctive number or letters
................................................................................................
IMO Number2
................................................................................................
Port of registry
................................................................................................
Gross tonnage
................................................................................................
Ship type (Code paragraph 2.1.2)
................................................................................................
Date on which keel was laid or on which the ship
was at a similar stage of construction or
(in the case of a converted ship) date on which
conversion to chemical tanker was commenced ..............................................................................
The ship also complies fully with the following amendments to the Code:
…………………………………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………….
1
Alternatively, the particulars of the ship may be placed horizontally in boxes.
2
In accordance with IMO ship identification number scheme adopted by the Organization by
resolution A.600(15).
- 157 The ship is exempted from compliance with the following provisions of the Code:
…………………………………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………….
THIS IS TO CERTIFY:
1
That the ship has been surveyed in accordance with the provisions of section 1.5 of the
Code;
2
That the survey showed that the construction and equipment of the ship and the condition
thereof are in all respects satisfactory and that the ship complies with the relevant
provisions of the Code;
3
That the ship has been provided with a Manual in accordance with Appendix 4 of
Annex II of MARPOL 73/78 as called for by regulation 14 of Annex II, and that the
arrangements and equipment of the ship prescribed in the Manual are in all respects
satisfactory;
4
That the ship meets the requirements for the carriage in bulk of the following products,
provided that all relevant operational provisions of the Code and Annex II of
MARPOL 73/78 are observed:
Product
Conditions of carriage
(tank numbers etc.)
Pollution
Category
Continued on attachment 1, additional signed and dated sheets3.
Tank numbers referred to in this list are identified on attachment 2, signed and dated tank plan.
5
That, in accordance with 1.4 / 2.8.23, the provisions of the Code are modified in respect of
the ship in the following manner:
…………………………………………………………………………………………………….
6
3
That the ship must be loaded:
.1
in accordance with the loading conditions provided in the approved loading
manual, stamped and dated ........................ and signed by a responsible officer of
the Administration, or of an organization recognized by the Administration3;
.2
in accordance with the loading limitations appended to this Certificate3.
Delete as appropriate.
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Where it is required to load the ship other than in accordance with the above instruction,
then the necessary calculations to justify the proposed loading conditions shall be
communicated to the certifying Administration who may authorize in writing the
adoption of the proposed loading condition4.
This Certificate is valid until (dd/mm/yyyy): ……………………………………...………………5
subject to surveys in accordance with 1.5 of the Code.
Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based: .................................................
(dd/mm/yyyy)
Issued at ….…………………………………………………
(Place of issue of certificate)
……………………
(Date of issue)
………………………………………………
(Signature of duly authorized official
issuing the certificate)
(Seal or stamp of the authority, as appropriate)
Notes on completion of Certificate:
1
The Certificate can be issued only to ships entitled to fly the flags of States which are
both a Contracting Government to the 1974 SOLAS Convention and a Party to
MARPOL 73/78.
2
Ship Type: Any entry under this column must relate to all relevant recommendations,
e.g. an entry “Type 2” means Type 2 in all respects prescribed by the Code.
3
Products: Products listed in chapter 17 of the Code, or which have been evaluated by the
Administration in accordance with 1.1.6 of the Code, shall be listed. In respect of the
latter “new” products, any special requirements provisionally prescribed shall be noted.
4
Products: The list of products the ship is suitable to carry shall include the Noxious
Liquid Substances of Category Z which are not covered by the Code and shall be
identified as “chapter 18 Category Z”.
4
Instead of being incorporated in the Certificate, this text may be appended to the Certificate if signed and
stamped.
5
Insert the date of expiry as specified by the Administration in accordance with 1.5.6.1 of the Code. The day
and the month of this day correspond to the anniversary date as defined in 1.3.3 of the Code, unless
amended in accordance with 1.5.6.8 of the Code.
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ENDORSEMENT FOR ANNUAL AND INTERMEDIATE SURVEYS
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that at a survey required by 1.5.2 of the Code the ship was found to
comply with the relevant provisions of the Code.
Annual survey:
Signed
(Signature of duly authorized official)
Place
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
(Seal or stamp of the Authority, as appropriate)
Annual/Intermediate3 survey:
Signed
(Signature of duly authorized official)
Place
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
(Seal or stamp of the Authority, as appropriate)
Annual/Intermediate3 survey:
Signed
(Signature of duly authorized official)
Place
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
(Seal or stamp of the Authority, as appropriate)
Annual survey:
Signed
(Signature of duly authorized official)
Place
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
(Seal or stamp of the Authority, as appropriate)
3
Delete as appropriate.
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ANNUAL/INTERMEDIATE SURVEY IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 1.5.6.8.3
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that, at an annual/intermediate3 survey in accordance with
paragraph 1.5.8.6.3 of the Code, the ship was found to comply with the relevant provisions of the
Convention:
Signed
(Signature of duly authorized official)
Place
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
(Seal or stamp of the Authority, as appropriate)
ENDORSEMENT TO EXTEND THE CERTIFICATE IF VALID
FOR LESS THAN 5 YEARS WHERE PARAGRAPH 1.5.6.3 APPLIES
The ship complies with the relevant provisions of the Convention, and this Certificate shall, in
accordance with paragraph 1.5.6.3 of the Code, be accepted as valid until (dd/mm/yyyy): ..............
Signed
(Signature of duly authorized official)
Place
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
(Seal or stamp of the Authority, as appropriate)
ENDORSEMENT WHERE THE RENEWAL SURVEY HAS BEEN
COMPLETED AND PARAGRAPH 1.5.6.4 APPLIES
The ship complies with the relevant provisions of the Convention, and this Certificate shall, in
accordance with paragraph 1.5.6.4 of the Code, be accepted as valid until (dd/mm/yyyy): ..............
Annual survey:
Signed
(Signature of duly authorized official)
Place
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
(Seal or stamp of the Authority, as appropriate)
3
Delete as appropriate.
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ENDORSEMENT TO EXTEND THE VALIDITY OF THE CERTIFICATE
UNTIL REACHING THE PORT OF SURVEY OR FOR A PERIOD
OF GRACE WHERE PARAGRAPH 1.5.6.5 OR 1.5.6.6 APPLIES
This Certificate shall, in accordance with paragraph 1.5.6.5/1.5.6.63 of the Code, be accepted as
valid until (dd/mm/yyyy):
Signed
(Signature of duly authorized official)
Place
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
(Seal or stamp of the Authority, as appropriate)
ENDORSEMENT FOR ADVANCEMENT OF ANNIVERSARY DATE WHERE
PARAGRAPH 1.5.6.8 APPLIES
In accordance with paragraph 1.5.6.8 of the Code, the new anniversary date is (dd/mm/yyyy):
……………………
Signed
(Signature of duly authorized official)
Place
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
(Seal or stamp of the Authority, as appropriate)
In accordance with paragraph 1.5.6.8, the new anniversary date is (dd/mm/yyyy):
Signed
(Signature of duly authorized official)
Place
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
(Seal or stamp of the Authority, as appropriate)
3
Delete as appropriate.
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ATTACHMENT 1
TO THE
INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF FITNESS FOR THE CARRIAGE OF
DANGEROUS CHEMICALS IN BULK
Continued list of products to those specified in section 4, and their conditions of carriage.
Products
Conditions of carriage
(tank numbers etc.)
Pollution
Category
Date
(dd/mm/yyyy)
(as for Certificate)
(Signature of official issuing the Certificate
and/or seal of issuing authority)
- 163 ATTACHMENT 2
TO THE
INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF FITNESS FOR THE CARRIAGE OF
DANGEROUS CHEMICALS IN BULK
TANK PLAN (specimen)
Name of ship:
Distinctive number or letters:
Date
(dd/mm/yyyy)
(as for Certificate)
(Signature of official issuing the Certificate
and/or seal of issuing authority)”
RESOLUTION MEPC.119(52)
Adopted on 15 October 2004
2004 AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CODE
FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT OF SHIPS CARRYING DANGEROUS
CHEMICALS IN BULK (IBC CODE)
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