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Safety aspects for Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Control temperature and

Control temperature and emergency temperature is derived from Self-Degradation Temperature (SADT) (Self Acceleration Decomposition Temperature). Table.3 Control and emergency temperatures of organic peroxides according to SADT temperatures Packaging SADT a Temperature Single packs and IBCs Controlled 20 o C or lower under 20 o C from Between upper 20 o C to 35 o C Upper than 35 o C SADT under 15 o C from SADT under 10 o C from SADT Tanks Lower than 50 o C under 10 o C from SADT Emergency Temperature under 10 o C from SADT under 10 o C from SADT under 5 o C from SADT under 5 o C from SADT The self-accelerating decomposition temperature (SADT) is the lowest temperature at which an organic peroxide in a typical vessel or shipping package will undergo a self-accelerating decomposition within one week. 4. Safe packaging of organic peroxides The packaging of peroxides should have certain characteristics: - Have transported in UN-certified packages and use ventilation lids in the package. - Packages must always be transported upright conditions. - It must fit the maximum packaging quantities based on ADR and IMDG terms. - HPDE (high density polyethylene) and stainless steel. - The criteria must be followed by labeling. - The pallets should be new, clean, dry, not nail-like objects that may damage the packaging. - The products should be reinforced on the pallet, such as stretch, appropriate filler material - Products should be stacked in a stable and stable manner. - Products at the required points, it must be fixed with equipment If a product is access to be transported in IBCs or tanks, additional verification is necessary to ensure that there is sufficient urgent pressure reduction and / or ventilation. 5. Precautions to be retrieved for preparation, loading, unloading and stacking of trucks and containers A number of precautions should be taken to safely prepare, load, store and dispose of packages, trucks and containers. For Organic Peroxides, the key elements described below are very important. Standard Precautions

All actions should be achieved by well-trained experienced personnel and third party service providers. All temperature controlled Organic Peroxides should be cooled to the preset set temperature (TS). Assuming that different Organic Peroxide products are transported together, TS is always determined taking into account the minimum transport temperature (Tmin) for the product with the lowest control temperature (TC). Protection of Loading Blocking, tightening, binding should be done according to current generals. The load must be stacked and placed with plenty of air circulation. Listing and Reporting Proper loading, stacking and temperature control throughout the transport chain should be monitored and recorded. These documents and records should include appropriate documentation, such as: - Control Listing - Reporting related to image loading and unloading (photo) Records for pre-trip inspections (PTI) and heat-checked organic peroxides should be regulated and reported. The establishment and maintenance of these documents and records should be organized by the sender and / or third party service providers. Stacking plans If the various organic peroxides for temperature controlled Organic Peroxides are united in a refrigerated container, the convenient storage order must be examined. Stack the different organic peroxides in the same container and store at the lowest control temperature (Tc) closest to the container doors. According to this situation, stacking plans should be ready. Stacking of organic peroxide-containing containers in marine transport should be made at the top of the organic peroxide containers. Stacking must also be done to provide easy access to refrigeration units, gates and temperature controls. 6. Special materials required for transportation Non-Temperature Controlled Transport For non-temperature controlled Organic Peroxides, no special shipping materials is required, but shipping arrangements, closed such as trucks or dry box containers. Moreover to this, for nontemperature controlled products that must be observed for Tmin due to security causes, temperature controlled should be used (for example the product should be stabiled on top of crystallization temperature) and convenient handling materials should be chosen. Temperature Controlled Carrying Land Shippings

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