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Table E-Classification: Inflammable

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Stowage:

"On deck protected."
“On deck under cover.
“Tween decks readily accessi-

ble.”
Outside containers:
Steel barrels or drums:
(ICC-6A, 6B, 6C) not over 55

gal. cap. and not exceeding
880 lb. gr. wt.
(ICC-178, 17E, 178, 37A,
37B) STO, not over 55 gal.

.
Wooden barrels or kegs (IOC-

11A, 11B) WIC, not over 400
Ib. gr. wt.
Wooden boxes (100-15A, 15B,

150) WIC, not over 250 lb.
gr. wt.
Fiberboard box (ICO-12A)

WIO, not over 12 ìb. net wt.
Stowage:

"On deck protected.”
"On deck under cover."
“Tween decks readily acces-

sible.”
Outside containers:
Steel barrels or drums:
(ICC-6A, 6B) not over 160

1b. gr. wt.
(ICO-37A, 37B) STC not over

160 lb. gr. wt.
Wooden boxes (ICC-15A, 15B)

with airtight metal inside con-
tainers, not over 250 lb gr.wt.
Mailing tubes (ICO-29) WIC of

glass in hermetically sealed
metal can, not over 40 gms.

net wt.
Stowage:

"On deck protected.”
“On deck under cover."

“Tween decks readily acces.
Outside containers:
“Black Iron" barrels or drums:
(ICC-6A, 6B, 6C) not over 55

gal. cap. and not exceeding
880 lb. gr. wt.
(ICC-371, 37B) STC, not

over 55 gal. cap. and not

exceeding 880 lb. gr. wt.
Wooden barrels or kegs:
(ICC-10A) Asphaltum-lined

not over 50 gal. cap. and not
exceeding 600 lb. net wt.
(ICC-11B) WIC, not over 50

lb, net wt. of material.
Wooden boxes, (ICC-15A, 15B,

15C, 16A, 19A) WIC, not over

50 lb. net wt. of material.
Metal-jacketed lead carboys

(ICC-28A) not over 15 gal.
cap.

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Yellow...

Yellow...

Phosphorus sesquisul. Yelow crystalline mas8 gen. ide.

erally in finely ground form

which is very inflammable. Readily ignited by slight friction. Involved in a fire will give off

fumes that are irritating and

suffocating. Insoluble in water. Do not stow with nitrates,

chlorates, or other oxidizing

materials (yellow label). Stow away from all living

quarters and foodstuffs.

Keep cool. Phosphorus, white or Almost colorless of yellowish yellow, in water.

se mitransparent mass becomShipping containers shall ing so mewhat darker of white

have marked thereon and wary in appearance with the gross, tare, and net aging.

weight of the package. Melting point 110° F. NOTE: For bulk ship- Fumes are poisonous and pos.

ments, see subchapter sess a strong garlic-like odor. I (cargo and miscella- White or yellow phosphorus will neous vessels) of this ignite spontaneously in air. chapter.

In event of breakage, do not handle this substance with

bare hands. Protect from freezing. Do not stow with explosives,

inflammable liquids (red label), corrosive liquids (white label), nor with ni. trates, chlorates, or perman.

ganates. Stow away from living quar.

ters and foodstuffs. Check gross weight of con

tainers to be certain no leak. age has occurred. Refuse leaking containers or ones showing signs of having leaked

Stowage:

“On deck protected."
On deck under cover."
“Tween decks readily accessi.

ble." Outside containers: Steel barrels or drums: (ICC-6A, 6B, 6C) not over 30

gal. cap. (ICC-37A, 37B) STC, not

over 425 Ib. gr. wt. Wooden boxes (ICC-15A, 15B)

with airtight metal inside containers, not over 250 lb.

gr. wt. Stowage:

"On deck protected.”
“On deck in open."

“On deck under cover.' Outside containers—When packed

in water: Steel barrels or drums: (ICC

5A, 6A, 6B) not over 30 gal. сар Wooden boxes: (ICC-15A, 15B)

with hermetically sealed metal cans or metal linings, not over

250 lb. gr. wt. Mailing tube (ICC-29) WIC

not over 100 gm, net wt. of phosphorus. Tank cars complying with ICO

regulations.

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Stowage:
"On deck protected.”

On deck in open." “On deck under cover.” Outside containers- When dry and

cast solid: Steel barrels or drums: (ICC

6A, 6B, 6C) not over 30 gal.

cap. Projectiles or bombs without

bursting elements: May be sc copted only when shipped by, for, or to the Departments of the Army, Navy, or the Air Force of the U. 8. Government. Stowage of such projectiles or

bombs may also be “Under dock away from heat." Stowage:

“On deck protected."
"On deck under cover."
“Tween decks."

“Under deck away from heat." Outside containers: Wooden boxes, nonspecification,

with inside individual carton

containers, not over 400 lb. Fiberboard boxes, nonspecifica.

tion: strapped with two steel bands, with inside individual carton containers, not over

75 lb. gr. wt. Full-frame, solid fiberboard box.

os, not over 400 lb. gr. wt.

Yellow

gr. wt.

Photographic film (nitro- | Highly inflammable... cellulose base).

Decomposition may start and Including developed or ignition occur at relatively

undeveloped or proc. low temperatures. If inhaled essed film in rolls or the products of decomposition sheets enclosed in indi. are irritating and poisonous vidual cartons, wrap- even in small concentrations. pings or packing.

Provide cool stowage as in a

compartment having a temperature of not exceeding 100° F. and well away from any source of heat, or in position to protect or move, even to jettisoning in event

of fire. Do not stow in same compart

ment with explosives, inflammable liquids (red la. bel), other inflammable solids or oxidizing materials (yellow label), or acids

(white label). Picric acid, wet with not Pale yellow Crystals. In its

less than 10% water, in dry state is classified by these ace88 of 16 ounces, but regulations as a high explosive

not erceeding 26 pounds. but is not sensitive in this Picric acid, wet with not respect when wet with at least

less than 10% water in 10% of water. quantity not exceeding Do not stow with metals, 16 ounces in one outside metallic powders finely package may be ac- divided organic material, cepted as "Drugs, lime potash, soda or any chemicals, medicines, chlorates, nitrates or other or cosmetics.

oxidizing materials (yellow Shipping containers shall label), explosives, or acids

have marked thereon (white label).
the gross, tare, and net Stow away from living quar.
weight of the package. ters.

Keep cool.
In accepting shipments ob-

serve outside containers
carefully for signs of leakage
of the water content. Re-
fuse loaking packages, or
ones showing signs of having
leaked.

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