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Motion picture film

Oxygen....

Film used in providing enter

tainment for the passengers and
crew. Only slow burning (cel.

lulose acetate) film is permitted.
Cylinders shali conform to ICC

requirements and shall be fitted

with a valve protection cap. Orygen is a strong supporter of combustion and greatly accelerates fire. Oxygen under pressure may cause

oil and other readily com-
Bastible and finely divided sub-

stances to ignite.
Colorless, odorless and tasteless.
Slightly heavier than air.
Oil or other lubricants shall not be

used on a value or other fitting con-
necting to cylinders.

No label required Permitted.

Stowage:

(See footnote 1.)
Green gas..

Stowage:
In a cool ventilated location

selected and supervised by the chief engineer with the knowledge and approval of the master. (Protected from tempera tures exceeding 100° F.) Stow upright, secured in a

rack, with valveprotection

cap in place on cylinder. Cylinders shall be stowed in rack at all times, except

when actually in use. Quantity limitations: Cargo vessels shall not have on board as ships' stores more than 3,000 cu. ft. of oxygen at any time.

Paint and paint produda:
Paint.

(See footnote 2.)
Varnish.
Lacquers.
Enamel.
When possessing a

flash point at or be

low 80° F. Paint reducing or thin

(See footnote 3.)
ning compounds.
Paint mixing oils and

driers.
Bronzing liquids.
Liquid shellac.
Solvents for paint or

shellac.
When possessing a

Nashpoint at of be

loro 80° F. Paint and varnish remov

No label required. (See footnote 4.) ing compounds (when possessing a flashpoint at or below 160° F.) Paint and paint products. Ready mixed paints...

No label required. Paint(when possessing a

flash point above 80° F.) Paint mixing oils (when Vehicle oils: Turpentine, linseed No label required.

possessing a flashpoint oil, soya bean oil, tung oil, fish above 80° F.)

oil, turpentine substitute, flat

ting oil. Driers (when possessing Compounds used to accelerate the No label required.

a flash point abode 80% drying of paint.

F) Reducing or thinning Solvents and dilutonts used for the No label required. compounds (when purpose of reducing the viscosity possessing aflash point or consistency of finishes. above 80° F.) Stains (when possessing Used to intensify or produce grain No label required,

a flashpoint above 800 effect or to produce imitation F.)

wood-grain effects. 1 All Alms on board shall at all times be kept within the operating booths. They shall be contained in individual metal boxes, except for the film in the machine and the film immediately before it is placed in or immediately after removal from the inachine. Where not over five 5-pound reels are present in the booth they may be placed on incom. bustible shelves, suitably secured against displacement by the motions of the boat. Where more than five reels but not more than 10 reels are present, they shall be kept in closed shelves or cabinets similar in construction to that of the walls of the booth. Where more than ten 5-pound reels are present, they are to be stored in an insulated film cabinet.

? Ready mixed paints, varnish, or enamel possessing a flashpoint at or below 80° F. shall not be permitted as articles of ships' stores on board vessels subject to these regulations.

Compounds of nitrocellulose with or without plasticizer, pigment, solvent or thinners; known as “lacquer”, possessing a flashpoint at or below 80° F., shall not be permitted for use on board vessels subject to these regulations.

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Not permitted...

Stowage:
In a cool ventilated location selected

and supervised by the chief engi-
neer witb the knowledge and
approval of the master. (Pro-
tected from temperatures exceed.

ing 100° F.) Stow upright, secured in a rack,

with valve protection cap in place on cylinder. Cylinders shall be stowed in rack at all

es, except wben actually in use. Quantity limitations: Passenger vessels navigating inland

or coastwise waters shall not have on board as ships' stores more than

1,500 cu. ft. of oxygen at any time. Passenger vessels going foreign or

intercoastal shall not have on board more than 3,000 cu. ft. of

oxygen at any time. (See footnote 2.)

Stowage:
In a cool ventilated location selected

and supervised by the chief
engineer with the knowledge
and approval of the master.
(Protected from temperatures ex.

ceeding 100° F.) Stow upright, secured in a rack,

with valve protection cap in

place on cylinder. Quantity limitations: R. R. car ferries shall not bave on board as ships' stores more than 1,500 cu. ft. of oxygen at any time.

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3 These compounds, and compounds possessing similar characteristics, used in mixing, Alling, thinning, or applying paints when possessing a flashpoint at or below 80° F., shall not be permitted as articles of ships' stores on board vessels subject to these regulations.

* These compounds, when possessing a flashpoint at or below 150° F., shall not be permitted as articles of ships' stores on board passenger vessels subject to these regulations.

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Paint and varnish remov- Liquid preparations with solvent No label required.

ing compounds (when properties to soften up paint or possessing a flashpoint varnish, thus permitting ready above 160° F.)

removal. Certification for use as an Article of Ships' Stores and Supplies on board passenger vessels

is required.
Liquefied or non-lique- Inflammable gas.

fied petroleum gas (ex. Components include propane, pro-
cept that which is used pylene, butane, butylene, and bu-
as "fuel for heating, tadiene.
cooking, lighting”). Vapors from most petroleum gases

are heavier than air ana will form
an explosive mixture with air rner
narying ranges

Red gas.

Cylinders shall conform to

ICO requirements and shall be fitted with a valve protec

tion cap. Stowage: "On deck", pro

tected from damage and the
direct rays of the sun by a
strong well-ventilated cage.
Not more than 3 cylinders
of liquefied or non-liquefied
petroleum gas shall be car-
ried as ships' stores and sup-

plies.
(See footnote 1.)

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The service system and refrig

erant permitted for various type vessels is as follows: General refrigeration service: Direct system.

Indirect system.
Any of the approved refriger-

ants in Groups “A”and "B".

None.

None.

None.

GROUP "B"

Green gas.

Ammonia.

Air conditioning service:

Direct system.

Unit system.
Any of the approved refriger.

ants in Group “A” except

carbon dioxide. Unit refrigeration service: In

direct system. Any of the approved refriger. ants in Groups "A" and

"B".
Direct and indirect systems.... Green gas.

Permitted.
Ammonia.
Weakly inflammable crploside with

about 16% to 25% in air.
Vapors lighter than air.
Poisonous, even in small quantities

less than 1%.
Irritating odor gives warning of

presence.
Pressure about 515 lbs. at 150° F.

Accept in ICC cylinders only. 1 Refrigerating systems are divided into classes, descriptive of the method employed for extracting heat as follows:

Direct system is one in'which the evaporator is in direct contact with the material or space refrigerated or is located In air circulating passages communicating with such spaces.

Indirect system is one in which a liquid, such as brine or water cooled by the refrigerant, is circulated to the material or space refrigerated or is used to cool air so circulated.

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Unit system is one which has been assembled and tested prior to its installation and which is installed with refrig. erant containing parts completely assembled.

2 Reserve supply of refrigerant may be stowed in any cool, isolated location (excepting a cargo hold, or passenger or crew spaces) on board the vessel. Racks shall be provided and the containers secured therein. Valve protection cap shall be in place on cylinders.

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Ammonia.

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Carbon dioride.
Non-inflammable.
Vapore heavier than air.
will cause suffocation is breathed in

er cessive quanlities. Odorless. Pressure may be as high as 2,880 lbs.

per square inch at 180° F. Accept in ICC cylinders only. Dichlorodifluoromethane... Vapors very much heavier than air. Non-poisonous. Non-inflammable. Excessive quantities in an enclosed

space may cause suffocation. Odorless. Decomposes when passed through

flames evolving hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acid fumes which are

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

space may cause suffocation. Odorless. Decomposes when passed through

flames evolving hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acid fumes which are

toric. Pressure about 12.8 lbs. at 70° F. Pressure about 57 lbs. at 130° F. Accept in ICC cylinders only. Dichloromonofluoromethane. Practically non-inflammable. Vapors very much heavier than air. Toric in concentrations above 2.5%

upon exposure for more than 2

hours. Odorless. Decomposes when passed through

flames evolving hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acid fumes which are

toric. Pressure about 8.5 lbs. at 70° F. Pressure about 50 lbs. at 180° F. Accept in ICC cylinders only. Trichloromonofluoromethane.... Non-inflammable. Vapors very much heavier than air. Excessive guantities in an enclosed

space may cause suffocation. Odorless. Decomposes when passed through

flames evolving hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acid fumes which are

toric. Pressure minus 1-3 lbs. gauge at

70° F. Pressure about 24 lbs. at 150° F. Accept in ICC 5A Drums only. Trichlorotrifluoroethane... Non-inflammable. Vapors very much heavier than air. Excessive quantities in an enclosed

space may cause suffocation. Odorless. Decomposes. Pressure minus 8 16. gage at 80° F. Pressure about 4 16. at 150° F. Accept in ICC 5A Drums only.

No label required. Permitted.

No label required.. Permitted....

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