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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(145)

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(c)there are means to exclude hazardous quantities of smoke, flames, or noxious gases, from the flight crew compartment; and
(d)the required crew emergency exits are accessible under any cargo loading condition.
CARGO IMP CODES. A standard system of coding for cargo message elements. IMP codes are used by oper-ators in data exchange in order to minimise transmission time. See B.2.2.4 for a list of Cargo IMP Codes.
CARRIER. —see OPERATOR.
CARTRIDGES. Generic term, applied to any explosive article designed to deliver combustion gases, under pressure, with a view to performing a given mechanical action, for example to propel a projectile. In particular, it applies to assembled ammunition consisting of a case fitted with a primer, filled with propellant powder with or without projectile. The term cartridge is used also to indicate a unit charge of blasting explosive, wrapped in a thin paper, plastic or other envelope, the shape of which is ordinarily a cylinder. However, cartridge-blasting explo-sives are not considered as articles but as substances.
CARTRIDGES, ACTUATING FOR FIRE EXTINGUISHER OR APPARATUS VALVE, EXPLOSIVE. Contrivances con-taining a small explosive charge with a primer, the functioning of which ruptures a metal piece (for example, a bursting disc) and thereby actuates a fire extinguisher or either opens or closes a valve. (See Cartridges, power device.)
CARTRIDGES, FLASH. Articles consisting of a casing, a primer and a flash powder, all assembled in one piece ready for firing.
CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS.
(a)fixed (assembled) or semi-fixed (partially-assembled) ammunition designed to be fired from weapons. Each cartridge includes all the components necessary to function the weapon once. The name and description should be used for small arms cartridges that cannot be described as “Cartridges, small arms”. Separate loading ammunition is included under this name and description when the propelling charge and projectile are packed together (see also “Cartridges for Weapons, blank”);
(b)incendiary, smoke, toxic and tear-producing car-tridges are described in this appendix under “Ammu-nition, incendiary”, etc.
CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, BLANK. Articles which consist of a cartridge case with a centre or rim fire primer and a confined charge of smokeless or black powder but no projectile. Used for training, saluting or in starter pistols, etc.
CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, INERT PROJECTILE. Ammunition consisting of a projectile without bursting charge but with a propelling charge. The presence of a tracer can be disregarded for classification purposes provided that the predominant hazard is that of the propelling charge.
CARTRIDGES, OIL WELL. Articles consisting of a casing of thin fibre, metal or other material containing only propellant which projects a hardened projectile. The term excludes Charges, shaped which are listed separately.
CARTRIDGES, POWER DEVICE. Articles designed to accomplish mechanical actions. They consist of a casing with a charge of deflagrating explosive and a means of ignition. The gaseous products of the deflagration produce inflation, linear or rotary motion or activate diaphragms, valves or switches or project fastening devices or extinguishing agents.
CARTRIDGES, SIGNAL. Articles designed to fire-coloured flares or other signals from signal pistols, etc.
CARTRIDGES, SMALL ARMS. Ammunition consisting of a cartridge case fitted with a centre or rim fire primer and containing both a propelling charge and solid projectile(s). They are designed to be fired in weapons of calibre not larger than 19.1 mm. Shotgun cartridges of any calibre are included in this definition. The term excludes Car-tridges, small arms, blank which are listed separately and some small arms cartridges which are listed under Cartridges for weapons, inert projectile.
CARTRIDGES, SMALL ARMS, BLANK. —see CAR-TRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, BLANK.
CASES, CARTRIDGE, EMPTY, WITH PRIMER. Articles consisting of a cartridge case made from metal, plastics or other non-flammable material, in which the only explos-ive component is the primer.
CASES, COMBUSTIBLE, EMPTY, WITHOUT PRIMER. Articles consisting of cartridge cases made partly or entirely from nitrocellulose.
CASTOR BEANS. The residue from extraction of oil from the castor seed.
CASTOR FLAKE. —see CASTOR BEANS.
CASTOR MEAL. —see CASTOR BEANS.
CASTOR POMACE. —see CASTOR BEANS.
CELLS, CONTAINING SODIUM. Articles consisting of hermetically sealed, metal casings which fully enclose the dangerous goods and which are so constructed and closed as to prevent the release of the dangerous goods under normal conditions of transport. In addition to sodium, cells covered by this entry may also contain sulphur, but no other dangerous goods. Although designed and intended to provide a source of electrical energy, these cells are electrically inert at any tempera-ture at which the sodium contained in the cell is in a solid state.
CEMENT. The fine grey powder composed of lime, alumina and silica which sets to a hard product when water is added. Also known as hydraulic cement or Portland cement. It is used to make concrete. This product is not restricted for transport by air.
CEMENT, FLAMMABLE. This product, properly called an cannot properly be described as cements, but present adhesive, usually contains rubber or a rubber-like sub-similar hazards in transportation. They usually contain stance and a solvent. It is used to bond other substances flammable solvents. together such as paper or leather. The solvent may be
COCCULUS. Is the dried fruit or berry of an Oriental plant flammable.
having toxic qualities.
CHARGES, BURSTING. Articles consisting of a charge of
COMBINATION PACKAGINGS. Are a combination of
detonating explosives such as hexolite, octolite or plastics packagings for transport purposes, consisting of one or bonded explosive designed to produce effect by blast or more inner packagings secured in an outer packaging in fragmentation.
 
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