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INTRODUCTION 1.1 At DGP/21, Packing Instruction 916 was amended to state that ‘For other than fuel system components, machinery or apparatus may only contain: 1) dangerous goods permitted under 3;4.1.2; or 2) dangerous goods permitted under 3;4.1.2 and magnetized material meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 902; or 3) gases of Division 2.2 without subsidiary risk but excluding refrigerated liquefied gases.’ 1.2 There are occasions when apparatus or machinery will contain gases of Division 2.2 and dangerous goods permitted under 3;4.1.2 and/or magnetized material. (...) ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 2.1 The DGP-WG is invited to amend Packing Instruction 916 as follows: . . . 916 PACKING INSTRUCTION 916 916 The general packing requirements of Part 4, Chapter 1 must be met except that the requirements of 4;1.1.2, 4;1.1.8, 4;1.1.10, 4;1.1.13 and 4;1.1.16 do not apply. a) For other than fuel system components, machinery or apparatus may only contain: 1) dangerous goods permitted under 3;4.1.2 and/or gases of Division 2.2 without subsidiary risk but excluding refrigerated liquefied gases; or 2) dangerous goods permitted under 3;4.1.2 and/or gases of Division 2.2 without subsidiary risk but excluding refrigerated liquefied gases and magnetized material meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 902; or. 3) gases of Division 2.2 without subsidiary risk but excluding refrigerated liquefied gases. . . . — END — << /ASCII85EncodePages false /AllowTransparency false /AutoPositionEPSFiles true /AutoRotatePages /All /Binding /Left /CalGrayProfile (Dot Gain 20%) /CalRGBProfile (sRGB IEC61966-2.1) /CalCMYKProfile (U.S.
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Score: 1943064 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2008/DGPWG.08.WP.046.2.en.pdf
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This tho oods, UN 337 also permitted on using dry evices that hav 00 are allow w dry ice to b d in Packing I on Organizat ANEL (DG NG (DGP-W May 2015 amendments ods by Air (D TAIN DANG nnan) to the provisi a refrigerant ited to consi ng paper. s with a num ations is that ough only app 73 — Biologic d in unit load ice. (...) Chapter 1 GENERAL 1.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Before a person offers any package or overpack of dangerous goods for transport by air, that person must ensure that: . . . g) the dangerous goods are not included in any freight container/unit load device except for radioactive material as specified in 7;2.9 (subject to the approval of the operator, this does not apply to a unit load device containing consumer commodities prepared according to Packing Instruction Y963 or dry ice used as a refrigerant for other than dangerous goods when prepared according to Packing Instruction 954 or magnetized material when prepared according to Packing Instruction 953) as specified in 7;1.4; . . . (...) Chapter 1 ACCEPTANCE PROCEDURES . . . 1.4 ACCEPTANCE OF FREIGHT CONTAINERS AND UNIT LOAD DEVICES 1.4.1 An operator must not accept from a shipper a freight container or a unit load device containing dangerous goods other than: a) a freight container for radioactive material (see 6;7.1); b) a unit load device or other type of pallet containing consumer commodities prepared according to Packing Instruction Y963; c) a unit load device or other type of pallet containing dry ice used as a refrigerant for other than dangerous goods prepared according to Packing Instruction 954 provided that the unit load device does not contain dangerous goods other than UN 3373, Biological substance, Category B or ID 8000, Consumer commodity or goods not subject to these Instructions; or d) a unit load device or other type of pallet containing magnetized material. . . . — END —
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Score: 1809698.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...5.WP.031.2.Revision%202.en.pdf
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DGP-WG/07-WP/65: 902 PACKING INSTRUCTION 902 902 Magnetized material will be accepted only when: a) devices such as magnetrons and light meters have been packed so that the polarities of the individual units oppose one another; b) permanent magnets, where possible, have keeper bars installed; c) the magnetic field strength at a distance of 4.6 m from any point on the surface of the assembled consignment: 1) does not exceed 0.418 A/m; or 2) produces a magnetic compass deflection of 2 degrees or less. Magnetized material may be shipped in a unit load device or other type of pallet prepared by a single shipper provided that the shipper has made prior arrangements with the operator. The shipper must provide the operator with written documentation stating the number of packages of magnetized material contained in each unit load device or other type of pallet.
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Score: 1733537.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...0Papers/DGP.21.WP.008.2.en.pdf
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Agenda Item (4 pages) IP09.wpd DGP-WG/03-IP/9 7/5/03 DANGEROUS GOODS PANEL Dubai, 31 March to 4 April 2003 UPDATE FROM THE INFORMAL WORKING GROUP OF EXPERTS, DEALING WITH PART 5 CHAPTER 6 - REFRIGERATED LIQUEFIED GASES IN OPEN RECEPTACLES 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 As shown at agenda item 15.4 of the official report of the meeting of the Dangerous Goods working group of the whole in Frankfurt 16-20 September 2002, an informal expert working group will be working on the further evaluation and updating of the text of part 6 chapter 5 of the ICAO-TI (transport of refrigerated liquefied gases in open receptacles). (...) The developments in technology/ science will be empathic involved hereby. 4) The evaluation of the new utilizations of refrigerated gases within the industrial processes, of which there was no discussion by the realization of this giving of rules. (...) Westby, F. Smith Oxford Magnet Technology D. Dedman SHI-APD Cryogenics U.S.A.
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Score: 1699886.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...sGoods/WG03/DGPWG03.IP.009.pdf
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Part 5; Chapter 1 GENERAL 1.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Before a person offers any package or overpack of dangerous goods for transport by air that person must ensure that: a) the articles or substances are not prohibited for transport by air (see Part 1, Chapter 2); b) the goods are properly classified, packaged, marked and labelled and otherwise in a condition for transport as required by these Instructions; c) the dangerous goods transport document has been properly executed and the declaration signed; d) an overpack is used for packages bearing the “Cargo aircraft only” label only if: - 2 -DGP/19-IP/13 1) the packages are assembled in such a way that clear visibility and easy access to them is possible; or 2) the packages are not required to be accessible under 7;2.4.1; or 3) not more than one package is involved; e) the overpack does not contain packages of dangerous goods which require segregation according to Table 7-1; f) proper shipping names, UN numbers, labels, “limited quantities” (when applicable) and special handling instructions appearing on the interior packages are clearly visible or reproduced on the outside of the overpack (for an overpack containing packages of radioactive material, see 3.2.6); g) when these Instructions require the use of packagings bearing UN Specification Markings or Type A or B packagings for radioactive material, the statement “Inner packages comply with prescribed specifications” appears on an overpack used to enclose these packages, unless such markings are visible; h) the dangerous goods are not included in any freight container/unit load device except for radioactive material as specified in 7;2.9 (this does not apply to a unit load device containing consumer commodities prepared according to Packing Instruction 910 or dry ice used as a refrigerant for other than dangerous goods or, with the approval of the operator, magnetized material); i) before a package or overpack is reused, all inappropriate dangerous goods labels and markings are removed or completely obliterated; and j) each package contained within an overpack is properly packed, marked, labelled and is free of any indication that its integrity has been compromised and in all respects is properly prepared as required in these Instructions. (...) Note.— For cooling purposes, an overpack may contain dry ice, provided that the overpack meets the requirements of Packing Instruction 904. — — — — — — — — Chapter 2 PACKAGE MARKINGS 2.4.9 Marking of overpacks - 3 - DGP/19-IP/13 a) Proper shipping names, UN numbers, “limited quantities” (when applicable), the air eligibility marking (when applicable) and special handling instructions appearing on interior packages must be clearly visible, or reproduced on the outside of the overpack. b) When these Instructions require the use of packagings bearing UN Specification Markings or Type A or B packagings for radioactive material, the statement “Inner packages comply with prescribed specifications” must appear on an overpack used to enclose these packages, unless such markings are visible. — — — — — — — — Part 7; Chapter 1 ACCEPTANCE PROCEDURES 1.1 ACCEPTANCE OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY OPERATORS 1.1.1 An operator must not accept from a shipper a freight container or a unit load device containing dangerous goods other than: a) a freight container for radioactive material (see 6;7.1); b) a unit load device or other type of pallet containing consumer commodities prepared according to Packing Instruction 910; c) a unit load device or other type of pallet containing dry ice used as a refrigerant for other than dangerous goods; or d) a unit load device or other type of pallet containing magnetized material. 1.1.2 An operator must not accept for transport aboard aircraft a package or overpack containing dangerous goods or a freight container containing radioactive material or a unit load device or other type of pallet containing the dangerous goods as described in 1.1.1 b) and c) unless it is accompanied by two copies of the dangerous goods transport document or, where permitted, by the alternative documentation.
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Score: 1690217.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...sGoods/DGP19/DGP.19.IP.013.pdf
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: G/B/LX/SYGP/2021/01Project ID: P153541Sectors: Agricultural markets, commercialization and agri-businessFisheriesForestryIrrigationGeneral - Agriculture, Fisheries and ForestryGeneral - IndustryDrainageContract Sign Date: Award Full Text/Body:  Contract Award Project: P153541-Shaanxi Poor Rural Areas Community Development ProjectLoan/Credit/TF Info: IBRD-86840Bid/Contract Reference No: G/B/LX/SYGP/2021/01Procurement Method: RFQ-Request for QuotationsScope of Contract: Shanghai Shannuo Refrigeration Appliance Equipment Engineering Co.,Ltd. won the bid at the price of RMB 791600.00.Notice Version No: 0 Contract Signature Date(YYYY/MM/DD)2021/05/12 Duration of Contract17 Day(s)     Awarded Bidder(s):     SHANGHAI SHANNUO REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING CO.,LTD. (638581)Country: China  Bid Price at OpeningCNY 791600.00Evaluated Bid PriceCNY 791600.00   Signed Contract priceCNY 791,600.00 Contract Currency: USDOrigin Notice ID: OP00163886Language: EnglishFuture posting date: Monday, January 31, 2022Change the status to cancelled: Not cancelled<b>Individual consulting</b>: Published once: Public: Last updated: Monday, January 31, 2022 - 14:25Original sectors for reference only (will not be published): Agricultural markets, commercialization and agri-business, Public Administration - Agriculture, Fishing & Forestry, Irrigation and DrainageInstitution: World BankBank posting date: Thursday, January 27, 2022 - 19:00Product line (World Bank notices only): IBRD/IDA Loans (PE)Executing Agency: Shaanxi Poor Rural PMOSummary: Refrigeration equipments, including 2 sets of screw compressor racks, 2 sets of evaporative condensers, and 18 sets of ceiling coolers.unspsc_classification: proc_voc_id: 70142011 proc_voc_title: Cooling or refrigeration services seg_id: 70000000 seg_title: Farming and Fishing and Forestry and Wildlife Contracting Services family_id: 70140000 family_title: Crop production and management and protection class_id: 70142000 class_title: Post harvesting crop processing cmdty_id: 70142011 cmdty_title: Cooling or refrigeration services Shanghai Shannuo Refrigeration Appliance Equipment Engineering Co. (...) : G/B/LX/SYGP/2021/02Project ID: P153541Sectors: Agricultural markets, commercialization and agri-businessFisheriesForestryIrrigationGeneral - Agriculture, Fisheries and ForestryGeneral - IndustryDrainageContract Sign Date: Award Full Text/Body:  Contract Award Project: P153541-Shaanxi Poor Rural Areas Community Development ProjectLoan/Credit/TF Info: IBRD-86840Bid/Contract Reference No: G/B/LX/SYGP/2021/02Procurement Method: RFQ-Request for QuotationsScope of Contract: Shanghai Shannuo Refrigeration Appliance Equipment Engineering Co.,Ltd. won the bid at the price of RMB 342580.00.Notice Version No: 0 Contract Signature Date(YYYY/MM/DD)2021/05/12 Duration of Contract17 Day(s)     Awarded Bidder(s):     SHANGHAI SHANNUO REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING CO.
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Score: 1666636 - https://devbusiness.un.org/taxonomy/term/1885/feed
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Most of the recommendations in Thailand use a two stage process for MEPS implementation Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world MEPS on Refrigerators • Revise calculation method for determining energy consumption and potentially revise testing method to harmonise internationally • Set long-term efficiency “target level” • First stage of MEPS is target level plus 30% for one door and target level plus 50% for two door in 2004 • Second stage is target level plus 15% and 30% for one and two doors respectively tentatively in 2007 • Labelling be required and labels updated to reflect increased base efficiency Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Air Conditioner MEPS ! (...) Requiring the use of electronic ballasts, eg by eliminating magnetic from the market, is not appropriate as electronic ballasts are not always applicable and market is immature ! (...) Low loss (6 Watts or less) for magnetic ballasts is therefore recommended for 2002 !
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Score: 1659241.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...es/energy/op/clasp_mepsppt.pdf
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- EN ISO 17638:2009 - Non-destructive testing of welds – Magnetic particle testing, with defect acceptance in accordance with EN ISO 23278:2009 (Magnetic particle testing of welds. (...) Magnetic ECE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/134/Add.1 9 particle testing of welds. (...) Item 9: ECE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2014/32 (EIGA) – Holding times for refrigerated liquefied gases in tank-containers and demountable tanks + INF.9 (EIGA) + INF.24 (United Kingdom) 29.
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Score: 1616756.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NS/WP.15/AC.1/134/ADD.1&Lang=E
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For other than fuel system components, articles may only contain one or more of the following: dangerous goods permitted under 3;4.1.2 or UN 2807 or gases of Division 2.2 without subsidiary hazard but excluding refrigerated liquefied gases. UN number and proper shipping name State Total net quantity of dangerous goods in one package (excluding magnetic material)* UN 3363 Dangerous goods in apparatus or Dangerous goods in machinery or Dangerous goods in articles Liquid 0.5 L Solid 1 kg Gas (Division 2.2 only) 0.5 kg * Notwithstanding the net quantity limits in the table, a package may contain in addition a maximum of 5 kg of UN 3077 — Environmentally hazardous substance, solid, n.o.s. or 5 L of UN 3082 — Environmentally hazardous substance, liquid, n.o.s. (...) Any leakage of the contents must not substantially impair the protective properties of the cushioning material. — “Package orientation” labels (Figure 5-29), or preprinted orientation labels meeting the same specification as either Figure 5-29 or ISO Standard 780-1997 must be affixed on at least two opposite vertical sides with the arrows pointing in the correct direction only when required to ensure liquid dangerous goods remain in their intended orientation. — Irrespective of 5;3.2.10, articles containing magnetized material meeting the requirements of Packing Instruction 953 must also bear the “Magnetized material” label (Figure 5-27).
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Score: 1609331.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...s/DGP28/DGP.28.WP.048.3.en.pdf
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At present, the products include as follows; • ! Refrigerators and refrigerator-freezers, • ! Room air-conditioners, • ! (...) Under the current “Regulations on Energy Efficiency Standards Setting and Rating Labeling” issued on September 23, 2000, the TEPS and MEPS are set as seen in following Tables. 1. Refrigerators and refrigerator-freezers (a) Energy efficiency standards Product type MEPSa(kWh/month) TEPSb(kWh/month) Refrigerators P 0.067AV + 30.15 P 0.037AV + 16.75 Refrigerator-freezers AV < 500 liter P 0.045AV + 53.01 P 0.025AV + 29.45 Refrigerator-freezers AV 500 liter P 0.078AV + 29.14 P 0.043AV + 16.19 a As of Jan. 1, 2001 b By the end of 2002 * Note: 1. AV(Adjusted Volume, liter) = Refrigerator volume + K × Freezer volume 2. Adjustment factor K = 1.78 for Refrigerator-freezers 3.
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Score: 1559480.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...issues/energy/op/clasp_lee.pdf
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