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Spent sulfuric acid... ------
by weight of nitroglycerin in ethyl alcohol).
by weight of nitroglycerin in ethyl alcohol or acetone) Sporting powder (see: “Black powder"). Spray starting fluid (see: “Engine starting fluid”). Spreader cartridges (see: "Fireworks, special" or "Low explosives'). Squibs, electric or safety (see: "Igniters'). *Stain (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").-.--.
Comb. L.. *Stain (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.")..
Inf. L... Starter cartridges, jet engine, class B explosives...
Expl. B.. Starter cartridges, jet engine, Class Cexplosives (see: "Explosive cable Expl. O....
cutters"). Stoddard solvent.
Comb. L.. Storage batteries, wet (see: "Batteries, electric storage, we
Cor. L. *Stove polish, liquid (see: “Polishes, metal, etc.”).......
Comb. L. *Stove polish, liquid (see: "Polishes, metal, etc."...
Inf. L. Straw (see: "Hay")
Haz... Strike-anywhere matches (see: "Matches, strike-anywhere"
Inf. S... Strike-on-box matches (see: "Matches, strike-on-box")..
Inf. S.. Strontium arsenite, solid....
Pois. B.. Strontium chlorate (see: “Chlorates").--
Oxy. M.. Strontium chlorate, wet (see: “Chlorates, wet'')..
Oxy. M. Strontium nitrate (see: "Nitrates")...-.
Oxy. M Succinic acid peroxide, wet (With not less than 30 percent water). Oxy. M. Sulfide of potassium (see: “Potassium sulfide”).
Inf. s.. Sulfide of sodium (see: “Potassium sulfide")..
Inf. s. Sulfur.......
Haz.. Sulfur chloride (mono and di).
Cor. L. Sulfur dioxide....
Noninf. G Sulfur flower (see: “
Noninf. G Sulfur trioxide (stabilized)....
Expl. A *Tank cars, empty .
Haz *Tank trucks, empty.
Haz.. Tankage fertilizers (containing 8 percent of
e) (see: Haz.
Inf. S... • Tankages...
Haz.. *Tar, liquid (see: “Road asphalt or tar, liquid''). *Tar, liquid (see: “Road asphalt or tar, liquid")..
Pois. C. *Tertiary alcohol (see: Alcohol, N
Comb. L. *Tertiary alcohol (see: Alcohol, N. 0. S.)-------
Pois. B. Tetraethyl pyrophosphate and compressed gas mixture.
Pois. A. Tetraethyl pyrophosphate, liquid.
Pois. B.. Tetraethyl pyrophosphate, mixture, dry..
Pois. B. Tetraethyl pyrophosphate, mixture, liquid (see: "Tetraethyl pyro Pois. B.
phosphate, liquid”). Tetrafluoroethylene, inhibited...
Inf. G. Tetranitromethane.---
Oxy. M. Tetrazene (guanyl nitrosamino guanyltetrazene) (see: "Initiating or priming explosives”). * Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detalled regulations.
Tetryl (see: "High explosives").
Pois. B Thallium sulfate, solid...
Pois. B *Thinners for rust preventive coating (see: "Rust preventive coat Comb.
ing”). *Thinning compounds, paint, varnish, lacquer, etc. (see: “Com Comb. L.
pounds, lacquer, etc., removing, reducing or thinning"). *Thinning compounds, paint, varnish, lacquer, etc. (see: Compounds,
lacquer, etc., removing, reducing, or thinning"). Thiocarbonyl-chloride (see: "Thiophosgene"). Thionyl chloride.....
Cor. L. Thiophosgene (thiocarbonyl-chi ene (iniocarbonyl-chloride) ---------------------------
Pois. B... Thiophosphoryl chloride..
Cor. L.. Thorium metal, powdered...
Inf. S.. Time fuzes (see: "Fuzes")....
Expl. c. Tin tetrachloride, anhydrous..
Cor. L Titanium metal powder, dry..
Inf. s. Titanium metal powder, wet, with not less than 20 percent water. Inf. s. Titanium sulfate solution containing not more than 45% sulfuric acid. Cor. L Titanium tetrachloride......
Expl. C.. Tractors (see: “Automobiles, motorcycles, tractors, etc.").
Haz. Treated paper (manufactured articles properly dried to prevent spon Haz.
taneous heating) (see: "Oiled clothing"). Treated textiles (manufactured articles properly dried to prevent spon Haz..
taneous heating) (see: ""Oiled clothing?'). Trichlorosilane..
Inf. L. Trick matches (see: "Explosive auto alarms, etc.").-
Expl. Trick noise makers, explosive (see: “Explosive auto alarms")---- Expl. C. Trifluorochloroethylene.....
Inf, G. Triisobutyl aluminum (see: Aluminum triethyl)
Inf. L. Trimethylamine, anhydrous.
Inf. G.. Trimethylamine, aqueous solution (see: “Dimethylamine, aqueous Inf. L.
with not less than 10 pounds oj water to each 90 pounds of dry material").
in a quantity not exceeding 16 ounces in one outside package). Turpentine....
Comb. L. *Turpentine substitutes...
Comb. L.. *Turpentine substitutes...
Inf. L.-Twisted jute packing (rope) (treated or untreated) (see: "Oakum") Haz.... Unstable explosives.
Prohibited Uranium, normal or depleted, in solid metal form (not borings, chips Pois. D....
or pieces) (see: $ 146.25-25()). Urea nitrate, dry (see: "High explosives"). Urea nitraté, wet with not less than 10 percent water in ercess of 16 | Inf. S.-------
ounces but not exceeding 25 pounds. Urea nitrate, wet with not less than 10 percent water, not erceeding 16 Inf. S.........
ounces. Urea nitrate, wet with not less than 10 percent of water, over 25 pounds
(see: “High explosives"). Urea peroxide..-..-
Oxy. M. *Varnish (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.").--.
Comb. L. *Varnish (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.'
Inf. L. *Varnish driers (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.'
Comb. L.. *Varnish driers (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.").
Inf. L. *Varnish remover or reducer (see: "Compounds, lacquer, etc., remov Comb. L.
ing, reducing, or thinning liquid”). *Varnish remover or reducer (see: "Compounds, lacquer, etc., remov- | Inf. L.--------
ucing or thinning, liquid"). 1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.
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moving, reducing or thinning, liquid").
moving, reducing or thinning, liquid").
Expl. C.. Vinyl acetate.
Inf. L. Vinyl chloride..
Inf. G. Vinyl fluoride, inhibited.....
Inf. G. Vinyl methyl ether, inhibited..
Inf. G.. Vinyl trichlorosilane (see: "Ethyl trichlorosilane
Inf .s. Waste wool, wet (see: "Rags, wet")..
Inf. s. *Water treatment compound, liquid.
Cor. L. Water white (export shipment only) (see: "Kerosene").
Comb. L. *Waxes, liquid.........
Comb. L. *Weed killing compounds, liquid (see: "Compounds, tree or weed
killing, liquid”). Wet hair (see: "Hair, wet").....
Inf. s. Wet nitrocellulose-30 percent alcohol or solvent....
Inf. L. Wet nitrocellulose-20 percent water.
Inf, S.. Wet nitrocellulose, colloided, granular or flake-20% alcohol or solvent; Inf. L.
or block-25% alcohol. Wet nitrocellulose, colloided, granular or flake-20 percent water. Inf. S... Wet nitrocellulose flakes--20 percent alcohol or solvent (see: "Wet
nitrocellulose, colloided, granular or flake-20 percent alcohol or
solvent”). Wet nitroguanidine-20 percent water...
Inf. S. Wet nitrostarch-30 percent alcohol or solvent..
Inf. L Wet nitrostarch-20 percent water...
Inf. 8. Wet paper stock (see: "Paper stock, wet")..
Inf. s. Wet rags (see: "Rags, wet").........
Inf. s. Wet textile waste (see: “Rags, wet”).
Inf. s. Wet waste paper (see: "Paper stock, wet
Inf. S. Wet waste wool (see: "Rags, wet”)..
Inf. S. Wood alcohol (methanol, methyl alcohol) (see: Alcohol, N.O.S.). Inf. L. *Wood filler (see: "Paint, enamel, etc."). -------
Comb. L *Wood filler (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").
Inf. L. *Wood polish, liquid (see: "Polishes, metal, e
Comb. L *Wood polish, liquid (see: "Polishes, metal, etc.”).....
Inf. L. Wood shavings (when dry, clean, and free from oil) (see:
Haz. *Wood stain, liquid (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.")
Comb. L. *Wood stain, liquid (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.”).
Inf. L. Wool waste (see: “Cotton waste")..---------
Haz... Wool waste, wet (see: "Rags, wet”)...
Inf. S..------ --
Comb. L.. *Xylol (xylene)...
Inf. L. Xylyl bromide...
Pois. C. Zinc ammonium nitrite..
Oxy. M. Zinc arsenate..
Pois. B. Zinc arsenite, solid...
Pois. B. Zinc chlorate (see: “Chlorates")..
Oxy. M. Zinc cyanide (see: Cyanide of Žinc)..
No restrictions Zinc ethyl (see: aluminum triethyl).
Inf. L.. Zinc nitrate (see: Nitrates, N.O.S.)..
Oxy. M Zinc permanganate (see: “Permanganates").
Oxy. M. Zinc peroxide...
Oxy. M.. Zirconium powder or sponge, dry
Inf. s. Zirconium powder, wet or sludge...
Inf. s.. Zirconium, metallic, solutions or mixtures thereof, liquid..
Inf. L. Zirconium nitrate (see: Nitrates, N.O.S.)...
Oxy. M. Zirconium picramate, wet with 20 percent water...
Oxy. M.... Zirconium scrap (borings, clippings, shavings, sheets, or turnings) (see: Inf, S...
Magnesium scrap, etc.).
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1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.com ICGFR 57–33, 22 F.R. 8560, Oct. 29, 1957; CGFR 57-49, 22 F.R. 10059, Dec. 14, 1967; CGFR 58–1, 23 F.R. 481, Jan. 24, 1958; CGFR 68–9, 23 F.R. 4899, June 28, 1958; CGFR 58-48, 23 F.R. 9635. Dec. 12, 1958; CGFR 59-14, 24 F.R. 5268, June 30, 1959; CGFR 59-46, 24 F.R. 9390. Nov. 21, 1959, by CGFR 60-33, 25 F.R. 5236, June 11, 1960; CGFR 60–70, 25 F.R. 11210, Nov. 26. 1960: CGFR 61-11, 26 F.R. 3923, May 5, 1961; CGFR 61-44, 26 F.R. 11017, Nov. 23, 1961: CGFR 62-11, 27 F.R. 5281, June 5, 1962; CGFR 62-48, 27 F.R. 12133, Dec. 7, 1962; CGFR 63-19, 28 F.R. 5380, May 30, 1963)
Subpart 146.05—Shipper's Require
ments Re: Packing, Marking, Label
ing and Shipping Papers $ 146.05–1 Shipments in violation of
the regulations in this part. No permitted explosives or other dangerous articles or substances and combustible liquids shall be tendered for shipments on board vessels except when in compliance with the provisions of the regulations in this part. [Order 74, 6 F.R. 268, Jan. 11, 1941] § 146.05–2 Acceptable shipments.
(a) Permitted explosives or other dangerous articles or substances may be offered to vessels for transportation and storage provided they are in proper condition for transportation or storage and are as defined and are packed, marked, labeled, described, certified and otherwise acceptable as provided for herein. Methods of preparation, packing, testing and records, insofar as they effect safety in transportation shall be open to inspection by a duly authorized representative of the U.S. Coast Guard.
(b) When quantity limitations are specified in the regulations in this part by U. S. liquid measure or by avoirdupois weight, it is authorized that quantities measured by the metric system may be substituted, up to but not exceeding 1 gallon for liquids and 10 pounds for solids, on the basis of 1 liter per quart specified and 500 grams per pound specified. [Order 74, 6 F.R. 268, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended by Order 129, 6 F.R. 3182, July 1, 1941; CGFR 47–35, 12 F.R. 4184, June 27, 1947] 8 146.05–3 Prohibited packing.
(a) Outside containers having interior packages containing substances possessing different dangerous characteristics, the mixture of which is liable to cause evolution of heat or gas or produce a corrosive acting substance, shall not be offered for transportation or storage on board vessels to which the regulations in this part apply unless so packed as to prevent admixture.
(b) The offering for transportation of any package or container of any liquid, solid or gaseous material which under conditions incident to transportation may polymerize (combine or react with
itself) or decompose so as to cause dangerous evolution of heat or gas is prohibited. Such materials may be offered for transportation when properly stabilized or inhibited.
(c) The offering for transportation of any package or container of any material which will cause a dangerous evolution of heat or gas under conditions normally incident to transportation is prohibited.
(d) The offering for transportation of any package containing a cigarette lighter charged with fuel and equipped with an ignition element, or any similar heating, lighting, or ignition device, or any self-lighting cigarette, is prohibited unless the design and method of package ing are such that functioning of the device is not possible incident to transportation. (CGFR 53-54, 18 F.R. 8230, Dec. 16, 1953, as amended by CGFR 55–20, 20 F.R. 4053, June 10, 1955; CGFR 57–33, 22 F.R. 8571, Oct. 29, 1957; CGFR 57–49, 22 F.R. 10060, Dec. 14, 1957] $ 146.05–4 Prescribed containers.
(a) The regulations in this subchapter prescribe four groups of outside containers for use in shipping permitted explosives or other dangerous articles or substances as follows:
(1) I.C.C. specification containers,
(2) M.I.N. specification containers. (See § 146.05–6.)
(3) C.F.C. specification containers. (See § 146.05–7.)
(4) Non-specification containers.
(b) In the interest of national defense or at such times at it shall be determined that the interest of safety would not be impaired, the use of containers other than those specified in this part, for the transportation of permitted explosives and other dangerous articles or substances may be authorized in the discretion of and upon special permit to be issued by the Commandant of the Coast Guard. (CGFR 51-16, 16 F.R. 3013, Apr. 6, 1951] $ 146.05–5 I.C.C. specification
tainers. (a) Interstate Commerce Commission containers authorized herein for use in the transportation of permitted explosives or other dangerous articles or substances must have been made and marked in compliance with specifications prescribed by the Interstate Connierce
charged and shipped for export wh compliance with regulations govern. such charging and shipping as promul. gated by the Interstate Commerce Commission. Bill of lading or other shipping paper shall, when possible, identify the cylinder and shall carry the following certification:
These cylinders have been retested and realled in accordance with the Interstate Commerce Commission requirements for export.
(f) Where the regulations require ICC-37A and 37B single trip metal drums, ICC-37D, 37E, 37F, 37G and 37H single trip metal drums may be continued in use for commodities and gross weights for which they were previously authorized until further order of the Interstate Commerce Commission.
(g) Where the regulations limit the capacity of ICC-LX STC carboys to not over 6 gallons, these export carboys of capacity not over 642 gallons may be used.
(h) Where the regulations limit the gross weight of I.C.C. specification portable tanks to 8,000 pounds, these portable tanks of gross weight not over 20,000 pounds may be used provided the lifting gear used to load and discharge the tank is of suficient capacity to safely handle the weight. In addition to other markings required, the portable tanks shall be marked with the gross weight and the legend "Use heavy lift."
(i) Where the regulations require specification ICC-22Cor ICC-15P wooden or plywood boxes or drums, specifications ICC-1F or 1G polyethylene carboys in wooden or plywood boxes or drums respectively, may be continued in use for the commodities and capacities for which they were previously authorized until further order of the Interstate Commerce Commission.
(j) Where the regulations require specification ICC-21C fiber drums, specifications 21A or 21B fiber drums manufactured prior to 27 June 1962 may be used for commodities and weights for which they were previously authorized until further order of the Interstate Commerce Commission. (Order 74, 6 F. R. 268, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended by Order 129, 6 F.R. 3182, July 1, 1941; CGFR 53–26, 18 F.R. 5216, Sept. 1, 1963; CGFR 56-29, 21 F.R. 7055, Sept. 20,
(c) For compressed gases when tank cars marked ICC-105A300 are authorized, tank cars marked ICC-105A400, 105A500, and 105A600 may also be accepted; when ICC-104A tank cars are authorized, tank cars marked ICC 105A300, 105A400, 105A500, and 105A600 may also be accepted; and when ICC 106A500 tank cars are authorized, tank cars marked ICC-106A800 may also be accepted.
(d) Tank cars. The regulations of the Interstate Commerce Commission governing the transportation of explosives and other dangerous articles, effective January 7, 1941, authorize the use of fusion welded tanks on tank cars. The fusion welded tank cars corresponding to the specification shown in the tables herein as an acceptable container are also authorized for acceptance on board vessels. These cars will be marked by a "W" added to the specification marking; For Example, "ICC-103A" will carry the marking "ICC-103A-W”, etc.
(e) Cylinders of foreign manufacture received from foreign countries for charging with compressed gas may be