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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(28)

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(a)the water container with the attached cylinder must be designed and constructed to withstand all antici-pated loads;
(b)the water container with the gas supply operating must be tilt-tested at an angle of 45° in four directions from the upright, for a minimum duration of 10 min-utes in each direction, without leakage of water;
(c)the cylinder and regulator must be restrained and protected within the equipment;
(d)the regulator used must have a maximum flow rate of not more than 5 L per minute;
(e)the flow rate to the container must be limited to that sufficient to provide life support to the aquatic ani-mals;
(f)the quantity of gas provided must not exceed 150% of the oxygen required for the normal duration of air transport; and
(g)
only one cylinder may be carried for each 15 m3 of gross cargo hold volume. Under no circumstances may the rate of gas flow from the cylinder exceed 1 L per minute per 5 m3 of gross cargo hold volume.
A224 For the purpose of transporting a symbolic flame, the appropriate authority of the States of origin, of destination and of the operator may approve the carriage of lamps fuelled by UN 1223—Kerosene, or UN 3295—Hydrocarbons, liquid, n.o.s., carried by a passenger as carry on baggage only.
Lamps must be of a “Davy” type or similar apparatus. In addition, the following conditions apply as a minimum:
(a)no more than four lamps may be carried on board the aircraft;
(b)lamps may contain no more fuel than the quantity adequate for the duration of the flight and the fuel must be contained in a leakproof reservoir;
(c)lamps must be adequately secured;
(d)whilst on board the aircraft, the lamps must be under the constant supervision of an accompanying person, who must not be a member of the operating crew;
(e)lamps may be lit by the accompanying person, but must not be refilled on board the aircraft;
(f)at least one fire extinguisher must be kept within reach of the accompanying person at all times. The accompanying person must be trained in the use of the extinguisher;
(g)the crew members of the aircraft must be given a A803 Notwithstanding the assignment of a packing verbal briefing about the carriage of the lamps and group III in column E, substances assigned to these the pilot-in-command must be provided with a copy of entries must be packed in UN Specification packagings the approval; and that meet packing group II performance standards.
(h)
9.5.1.1.1b), c), e), 9.5.1.2, 9.5.1.3 and 9.6.1 of these This does not apply when the substances are prepared for transport in accordance with the limited quantity
Regulations must apply.
provisions.A801 A technical name is not needed for this entry if it A804 Notwithstanding the assignment of a packingis a controlled substance and a national law or inter-group III in column E, substances assigned to these
national Convention prohibits its disclosure (see entries must be packed in UN Specification packagings
4.1.2.1(d)).
that meet packing group I performance standards. A802 Notwithstanding the absence of a packing group
A805 Notwithstanding the requirement to packagein column E, substances and articles assigned to these UN 1845 in accordance with Packing Instruction 954,
entries must be packed in UN Specification packagings Carbon dioxide, solid (dry ice) may be placed directly
that meet packing group II performance standards. This within an overpack that meets the requirements of Pack-does not apply when aerosols are prepared for transport
in accordance with the limited quantity provisions.  ing Instruction 954 to cool other dangerous goods. The A224 other dangerous goods must be packaged in accordance
to
with the relevant packing instructions. See Figure 8.1.J
A805
SECTION 5—PACKING
5.0 General
5.0.1 Shipper's Responsibility
5.0.1.1 General
The shipper is responsible for all aspects of the packing of dangerous goods in compliance with these Regu-lations.
Note:
A nomenclature of some packaging terms used in these Regulations is given in Appendix A.
5.0.1.2 Specific
When preparing each package of dangerous goods, the shipper must:
(a)comply with the set of packing requirements appro-priate to the type of packaging to be used;
(b)use only the packagings permitted by the applicable packing instruction specified in Columns G, I and K of the List of Dangerous Goods;
(c)for all packagings, restrict the overall quantity per package to the limits specified in Columns H, J or L of the List of Dangerous Goods (as applicable) or to the design limit for the package whichever is more restrictive. In addition, for combination packaging, the quantity limit per inner packaging must not exceed the limits specified in the applicable packing instruc-tion;
(d)assemble and secure all components of the packag-ing exactly in the manner intended;
(e)ensure that external surfaces of assembled pack-age(s) are clean of contamination arising from the filling process itself or from contamination from the environment surrounding the filling/assembly area; and
(f)ensure that his responsibilities for packing are com-pletely fulfilled when the package is presented to the operator for shipment.
5.0.1.3 Use of Freight Containers and Unit Load Devices
The shipper must ensure that the dangerous goods are not included in any freight container or unit load device except for the following:
●a freight container for radioactive material (see Appendix A);
●a unit load device or other type of pallet containing consumer commodities when prepared according to Packing Instruction Y963;
●a unit load device or other type of pallet containing Carbon dioxide, solid (dry ice) used as a refrigerant
for other than dangerous goods, provided prior ap-proval has been obtained from the operator; or
●  a unit load device or other type of pallet containing magnetized material, provided prior approval has been obtained from the operator.
 
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