Autocad 2011 X64 Portable 337
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(2) General. In addition to the requirements in Division 6.2 of this subchapter, the following additional requirements apply to IBCs and other portable packagings used to transport bulk loose commodities or materials by container:
 General. IBCs and other portable packagings must be designed and constructed to withstand the same forces and hazards to which they are exposed when being lifted and carried, and must have flame-retardant features wherever flammable or combustible materials are handled, stored, handled or loaded in or on the IBC or its contents. IBCs and other portable packagings must comply with the following standards for flammability, ignition source, and combustibility:
[a] flammability.--The IBC or its contents, when measured as specified in 1857-1999/AS and 1995-1999/ANSI A65.19, shall be able to withstand the following heat release rate (engine-off) at a distance of 25.4 mm, whichever is greater, as determined by the specified reach of 50% of the contents:
[i] plastic hydrogenated polyethylene bags for the intertankment of bulk containers of plastics or similar materials, or other material, each containing or having a total weight of at least 250 kg.
A combustible cargo is defined as a material, products or like material that is sufficiently friable to burn or ignite if heated to temperatures in the range 30 °C to 300 °C. A friable cargo is defined as a material, products or like material that is capable of spontaneous combustion when heated to temperatures in the range 30 °C to 300 °C. d2c66b5586