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  • 1. INTERMODAL CONTAINERS BY BROCK REDDING
  • 2. INTERMODAL CONTAINERS
  • 3. INTERMODAL CONTAINERS
    • FASTEST GROWING AREA OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL TRANSPORTATION
    • 2003
      • 9.5 MILLION CONTAINERS WERE SHIPPED BY RAIL
      • 1.2 MILLION CONTAINERS WERE SHIPPED ON HIGHWAYS
    • DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION FORECAST THAT TOTAL TONS OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTED WILL GROW 2% PER YEAR
    • GROWTH OF TRANSPORT BY INTERMODAL CONTAINERS MAY BE 3 TIMES FASTER
  • 4. TRANSPORTATION
    • INTERMODALISM
      • THE USE OF MORE THAN ONE FORM OF TRANSPORTATION
      • RAIL, WATER & HIGHWAY
    • INTERMODAL CONTAINERS RESEMBLE MANY BULK TRANSPORTAION CONTAINERS, BUT ARE SMALLER IN CAPACITY
      • DESINGED SO THAT THERE IS NO NEEED TO OFF-LOAD THE PRODUCT
      • CONTAINERS ARE TRANSFERRED FROM ONE MODE OF TRANSPORTATION TO ANOTHER
  • 5. TRANSPORTATION
  • 6. WHO REGULATES
    • INTERMODAL CONTAINERS ARE REGULATED BY DOT
    • CONTAINERS ARE MADE TO SPECIFICATIONS BY THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION (IMO)
      • AN AGENCY OF THE UNITED NATIONS THAT DEALS WITH TREATIES FOR MARITIME SAFETY
    • IMO SPECIFICATION 1, 2, 5 & 7 TANK CONATAINERS ARE USED TO TRANSPORT HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
  • 7. CONTAINER SIZES
    • BOX CONTAINERS
      • 10 TO 48 FT. LONG
      • 8 TO 9FT. 6 IN. HEIGH
      • 8 FT. WIDE
      • DOORS AT REAR OR SIDES
  • 8. CONTAINER SIZES
    • BULK CONTAINERS
      • 20 TO 28 FT. LONG
      • TANK CAPACITY
        • 4,000-6,000 GAL.
    • BULK CONTAINERS DESIGNED WITH A STEEL STRUCTURE AROUND THE OUTSIDE TO FACILITATE STACKING
  • 9. IMO TANKS
    • IMO 1 (HIGHLY FLAMABLE, TOXIC & CORROSIVE)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,158-6,974 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT FOR HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS
      • FLASH POINT BELOW 32 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
    • IMO 2 (FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS, HERBICIDES & INSECTICIDES)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,158-6,974 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT FOR LOW-HAZARD LIQUIDS
      • FLASH POINT BETWEEN 32-142 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
    • IMO 5 (FLAMMABLE GASES)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,846-6,710 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT OF GASES
        • PROPANE, BUTANE, ANHYDROUS AMMONIA & REFRIGERANTS
    • IMO 7 (CRYOGENIC/ REFRIGERATED LIQUIDES)
      • 2,105-5,263 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT OF BULK LIQUIDS
        • OXYGEN, NITORGEN, CARBON DIOXICE, ARGON, ETHYLENE
  • 10. IMO 1 CONTAINER
  • 11. IMO TANKS
    • IMO 1 (HIGHLY FLAMABLE, TOXIC & CORROSIVE)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,158-6,974 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT FOR HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS
      • FLASH POINT BELOW 32 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
    • IMO 2 (FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS, HERBICIDES & INSECTICIDES)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,158-6,974 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT FOR LOW-HAZARD LIQUIDS
      • FLASH POINT BETWEEN 32-142 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
    • IMO 5 (FLAMMABLE GASES)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,846-6,710 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT OF GASES
        • PROPANE, BUTANE, ANHYDROUS AMMONIA & REFRIGERANTS
    • IMO 7 (CRYOGENIC/ REFRIGERATED LIQUIDES)
      • 2,105-5,263 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT OF BULK LIQUIDS
        • OXYGEN, NITORGEN, CARBON DIOXICE, ARGON, ETHYLENE
  • 12. IMO 2 CONTAINER
  • 13. IMO TANKS
    • IMO 1 (HIGHLY FLAMABLE, TOXIC & CORROSIVE)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,158-6,974 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT FOR HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS
      • FLASH POINT BELOW 32 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
    • IMO 2 (FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS, HERBICIDES & INSECTICIDES)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,158-6,974 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT FOR LOW-HAZARD LIQUIDS
      • FLASH POINT BETWEEN 32-142 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
    • IMO 5 (FLAMMABLE GASES)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,846-6,710 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT OF GASES
        • PROPANE, BUTANE, ANHYDROUS AMMONIA & REFRIGERANTS
    • IMO 7 (CRYOGENIC/ REFRIGERATED LIQUIDES)
      • 2,105-5,263 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT OF BULK LIQUIDS
        • OXYGEN, NITORGEN, CARBON DIOXICE, ARGON, ETHYLENE
  • 14. IMO 5 CONTAINER
  • 15. IMO TANKS
    • IMO 1 (HIGHLY FLAMABLE, TOXIC & CORROSIVE)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,158-6,974 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT FOR HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS
      • FLASH POINT BELOW 32 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
    • IMO 2 (FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS, HERBICIDES & INSECTICIDES)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,158-6,974 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT FOR LOW-HAZARD LIQUIDS
      • FLASH POINT BETWEEN 32-142 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
    • IMO 5 (FLAMMABLE GASES)
      • 316 STAINLESS STEEL SHELL
      • 3,846-6,710 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT OF GASES
        • PROPANE, BUTANE, ANHYDROUS AMMONIA & REFRIGERANTS
    • IMO 7 (CRYOGENIC/ REFRIGERATED LIQUIDES)
      • 2,105-5,263 GAL. CAPACITY
      • TRANSPORT OF BULK LIQUIDS
        • OXYGEN, NITORGEN, CARBON DIOXICE, ARGON, ETHYLENE
  • 16. IMO 7 CONTAINER
  • 17. PLACARDS
    • INTERMODAL CONTAINERS ARE PLACARDED ACCORDING TO HIGHWAY PLACARDING REGULATIONS
  • 18. PLACARDS
    • INTERMODAL CONTAINERS MUST HAVE A UNITED NATIONS FOUR-DIGIT INENTIFICATION NUMBER ASSIGNED
  • 19. INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS
    • INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY ROAD (ADR)
      • ADDITIONAL ORANGE PLACARD ABOVE THE 4 DIGIT UN NUMBER
        • ADR HAZARD IDENTIFICACTION NUMBER (HIN) ALSO KNOW AS “ THE KEMLER CODE ”
  • 20. “THE KEMLER CODE”
    • 1 ST DIGIT
      • PRIMARY HAZARD
    • 2 ND TWO DIGITS
      • SECONDARY HAZARDS
    • WHEN A NUMBER IS DOUBLED, IT INDICATES THAT THE HAZARD IS INTENSIFIED FOR THAT SPECIFIC HAZARD
    • 2004 EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDEBOOK
      • INFO REGARDING ADR HAZARD IDENTIFICATION NUMBERING
      • PAGES 20-23
  • 21. THE END