Difference between revisions of "Cross-Ties"

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==Description==
 
==Description==
Wooden Ties, [[sleepers]], etc.<br><br>
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Wooden Ties, [[Sleepers]], etc.<br><br>
 
Mostly treated with creosote. Cross-ties therefore always to be considered dirty cargo. See also under [[Creosoted Cargo]]. Other cargo in the same container to be covered with plastic sheets. Do not stow with odor sensitive cargo in the same container.
 
Mostly treated with creosote. Cross-ties therefore always to be considered dirty cargo. See also under [[Creosoted Cargo]]. Other cargo in the same container to be covered with plastic sheets. Do not stow with odor sensitive cargo in the same container.
 
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Latest revision as of 13:36, 9 August 2013

Infobox on Cross-Ties
Example of Cross-Ties
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Humidity / moisture -
Ventilation -
Risk factors -

Cross-Ties

Description

Wooden Ties, Sleepers, etc.

Mostly treated with creosote. Cross-ties therefore always to be considered dirty cargo. See also under Creosoted Cargo. Other cargo in the same container to be covered with plastic sheets. Do not stow with odor sensitive cargo in the same container.