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Transport of Steel Cargoes

Transport of Steel Cargoes

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Carriage of steel cargoes - Index
 
Guidelines for Members, Masters and Surveyors
 
CONTENTS
 
INTRODUCTION
 
PART 1 TYPES OF STEEL CARGOES
 
 
Category A - Packed or wrapped
 
Category B - Not packed or wrapped
PART 2 CARGO CARE
 
Section 1 - Loading and stowage
 
 
Planning
 
Loading wet cargo
 
Rain during loading
 
Incompatible cargoes
 
Strength of tank tops
 
Stowage and lashing of different types of products
o
 
Steel coils
o
 
Steel slabs
o
 
Hot and cold rolled steel in packages and bundles
o
 
Single plates
o
 
Structural steel
o
 
Sheet pilings
o
 
Pipes
o
 
Wire rods
o
 
Stowage certificates
 
The golden rules of stowage
Section 2 - On the voyage
 
 
Supervision of loading, stowing and discharging
 
Maintenance of the vessel
 
Watertightness Ventilation Ventilation Ventilation
 
Ventilation
 
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PART 3 SURVEYS
 
Section 1 - Pre-shipment survey - cargo
 
 
Information for the Surveyor
 
When to instruct the Surveyor
 
The Surveyor's duties
 
Preliminary report
 
Final report
Section 2 - Pre-shipment survey - the vessel
 
 
Cargo holds
 
Steel hatch covers and other deck openings
 
Checklist
o
 
General
o
 
Panels
o
 
Rubber packing (gaskets)
o
 
Retaining channels
o
 
Compression bars
o
 
(a) Transverse guttering and (b) Hatch rims
o
 
Steel to steel contact points
o
 
Snugs
o
 
Crutches
o
 
Quick-Acting cleats, rods, nuts and washers/Other cleatingarrangements
o
 
Cross wedges (cross joint cleats)
o
 
Inboard drainage system
o
 
Wheel tracks (guide rails)
o
 
Wheels
o
 
(a) Panel side chains (b) Hinges (c) Hydraulics
o
 
Access hatches
o
 
Access doors
o
 
Bilge sounding caps
o
 
Sealing tape
 
Testing for watertightness
o
 
Ultrasonic test
o
 
Hose test
o
 
Chalk test
 
The survey report
o
 
Preliminary report
o
 
Final report
 
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Section 3 - Discharge survey
 
 
Instructions to Surveyor
 
The survey
o
 
Copy documents which should be obtained
 
Contents of the Surveyor's report - Relative to the cause of any damage
o
 
Non-return valves on Bilge Lines
o
 
Tank tops
 
The survey report
o
 
Preliminary
o
 
Final
 
Stevedores' outturn report
 
Who should be authorised to board the vessel and examine the cargo?
Section 4 - Cargo/commodity survey
 
 
The survey
 
The survey report
o
 
Preliminary
o
 
Final
 
Silver nitrate testing and sampling
PART 4 THE BILL OF LADING
 
Section 1 - The legal position
 
 
A "clean" Bill of Lading
 
Letters of Indemnity
 
Claused Bills of Lading
Section 2 - Cargo condition clauses
 
o
 
"Rust stained"
o
 
"Partly rust stained"
o
 
"Rusty"
o
 
"Partly rusty"
o
 
"Rust spots apparent"
o
 
"Rust spotted"
o
 
"Wet before shipment"
o
 
"Rust with pitting"
o
 
"Covered with snow"
o
 
"Areas of steel surfaces reacting to silver nitrate solution tests"
o
 
"Stained by an Unidentifiable Powder"
o
 
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