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Classification of Ships for the Carriage of Liquid Chemicals in Bulk.

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The Rules and Regulations for the Construction and Classification of Ships for the Carriage of Liquid Chemicals in Bulk July 2022, includes the following Chapters:

  • Chapter LR I General Regulations
  • Chapter LR II Introduction
  • Chapter LR III Classification and Class Notations
  • Chapter LR IV Information and Plans to be Submitted
  • Chapter LR V Structural Arrangements and Scantlings
  • Chapter LR VI Cargo Tank Inerting Arrangements
  • IBC Code Preamble
  • Chapter 1 General
  • Chapter 2 Ship Survival Capability and Location of Cargo Tanks
  • Chapter 3 Ship Arrangements
  • Chapter 4 Cargo Containment
  • Chapter 5 Cargo Transfer
  • Chapter 6 Materials of Construction and Welding
  • Chapter 7 Cargo Temperature Control
  • Chapter 8 Cargo Tank venting and Gas-Freeing Arrangements
  • Chapter 9 Environmental Control
  • Chapter 10 Electrical Installations
  • Chapter 11 Fire Protection and Fire Extinction
  • Chapter 12 Mechanical Ventilation in the Cargo Area
  • Chapter 13 Instrumentation
  • Chapter 14 Personnel Protection
  • Chapter 15 Special Requirements
  • Chapter 16 Operational Requirements
  • Chapter 17 Summary of Minimum Requirements
  • Chapter 18 List of Products to which the Code Does Not Apply
  • Chapter 19 Index of Products Carried in Bulk
  • Chapter 20 Transport of Liquid Chemical Wastes
  • Chapter 21 Criteria for Assigning Carriage Requirements for products subject to the IBC Code
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