• Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) Gard

    1 See also the article “The dangers of carrying direct reduced iron (DRI)” in Gard News issue No. 173. The new IMSBC Code and the carriage of direct reduced iron Gard News 194, May/July 2009 new code introduces new carriage requirements for direct reduced iron. The International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes Code (IMSBC Code)

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  • Carriage of Direct Reduced Iron, March 10

    CARRIAGE OF DIRECT REDUCED IRON (DRI) BY SEA CHAN GES TO THE IMO CODE OF SAFE PRACTICE FOR SOLID BULK CARGO Members will be aware of the general concerns that exist with regard to the carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by sea. These concerns have increased significantly since the loss of life

  • Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) Cargo Handbook the world's

    Direct-reduced iron (DRI), also called sponge iron, is produced from direct reduction of iron ore (in the form of lumps, pellets or fines) by a reducing gas produced from natural gas or coal. The reducing gas is a mixture majority of hydrogen (H2) and carbon monoxide (CO) which acts as reducing agent.

  • Carriage of direct reduced iron (DRI) by sea The

    Mar 05, 2010· Carriage of direct reduced iron (DRI) by sea changes to the imo code of safe pract for solid bulk cargo. Members will be aware of the general concerns that exist with regard to the carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by sea. These concerns have increased significantly since the loss of life arising from the incidents involving carriage

  • direct reduction pellets carriage

    Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) Gard. Carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by Sea Changes to the IMO Code of Safe pellets or briquettes, and are often 4mm in diameter or less. Although smaller than normal DRI pellets, this product is essentially DRI pellets and will

  • Carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by Sea Changes to

    Carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by Sea Changes to the IMO Code of Safe Pract for Solid Bulk Cargo Members will be aware of the general concerns that exist with regard to the carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by sea. These concerns have increased significantly since the loss of life aris-

  • RA23 Carriage of DRI

    carriage by sea of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI). These concerns have increased significantly since the loss of life arising from the incidents involving the carriage of DRI on board the “YTHAN” (2004) and the deliberate sinking by the French Authorities of the “ADAMANDAS” (2003) with her cargo and bunkers on board.

  • Carriage of Direct Reduced Iron cargoes considerations

    The Standard P&I Club Alert. The Standard P&I Club issues Alert regardingConsiderations for the carriage of 'Direct Reduced Iron' cargoes.. Direct Reduced Iron's (B) propensity to self-heat (and associated hazards) requires ship's fixed to carry this cargo to ensure that their cargo holds are properly inerted for the duration of its voyage.

  • IMSBC Code: Direct Reduced Iron (C) with high moisture

    The Direct Reduced Iron (C) schedule is a product included in the IMSBC Code, and that it is clear that the moisture content (Maximum 0.3 %) is not a part of the cargo description, but is in fact a carriage requirement;

  • Understanding the different direct reduced iron products

    The term direct reduced iron, or DRI, has a generic meaning which covers a number of products with a variety of properties and hazards. There has been a disturbing increase in the number of potential life threatening incidents involving the carriage of direct reduced iron (DRI).

  • CARRIAGE OF DIRECT REDUCED IRON (DRI) TRID

    CARRIAGE OF DIRECT REDUCED IRON (DRI) Recommendations are offered for the safe transport of direct reduced iron. They cover loading procedures, the avoidance of rain damage, and the handling of reoxidation at low temperature or overheating on passage.

  • Carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by Sea Changes to

    Carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by Sea Changes to the IMO Code of Safe Pract for Solid Bulk Cargo Members will be aware of the general concerns that exist with regard to the carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by sea. These concerns have increased significantly since the

  • Carriage of DRI nepia

    Direct reduced iron (DRI) is produced by passing hot reducing gases such as hydrogen and carbon monoxide over iron ore (oxide), which is usually in the form of pellets

  • Carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by Sea -Changes to

    May 14, 2010· Members will be aware of the general concerns that exist withregard to the carriage of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) by sea. These concerns have increased significantly since the loss of life arising from the carriage of DRI on board the Ythan (2004) and the deliberate sinking by the French Authorities of the Adamandas (2003) with her cargo and bunkers on board.

  • IMSBC Code: Direct Reduced Iron (C) with high moisture

    The Direct Reduced Iron (C) schedule is a product included in the IMSBC Code, and that it is clear that the moisture content (Maximum 0.3 %) is not a part of the cargo description, but is in fact a carriage

  • CHARTERER’S BULLETIN DRI CARGO

    Circulars and articles on Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) often concentrate on the precautions that shipowners should take when carrying this potentially hazardous cargo. Less attention on this issue is paid to charterers and the impression may be that this is a matter for shipowners and not a concern for charterers. This is definitely not the case.

  • 604 10/08 Carriage of DRI Worldwide

    Direct Reduced Iron briquettes, hot-moulded. The Code advises that the briquettes may slowly evolve hydrogen in contact with water, and states adequate surface ventilation should be provided. In the period between the two Codes there were several incidents involving the carriage of DRI Fines, unfortunately with the loss of life in some incidents.

  • DRI Hazards Maritime Accident Casebook

    P&I clubs are circulating an alert regarding the fire and explosion hazards of direct reduced iron. Worries have been increased significantly since the loss of life arising from the carriage of DRI on board the Ythan in 2004 and the deliberate sinking by the French Authorities of the Adamandas in 2003 with her cargo and bunkers on board.. The explosion and accompanying tragic loss of life on

  • Bulletin 668 12/09 Carriage of Direct Reduced Iron, BC

    Bulletin 668 12/09 Carriage of Direct Reduced Iron, BC Code Changes (Reminder) Worldwide The tragic loss of the Marshall Islands registered vessel YTHAN on 28th February 2004 off Colombia was caused by explosions in four of her five cargo holds, resulting from the ignition of hydrogen that had accumulated in the holds overnight.

  • Iron Fines that may Contain DRI (C Offr of the Watch

    Feb 06, 2013· The process of manufacturing Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) from iron ore and the subsequent hot briquetting procedures generate unwanted by-products in the form of dust and broken chips during most of the stages. For cargoes that are offered for transport in accordance with an exemption as described above, the loading, carriage and safety

  • Metallurgical coke Cargo Handbook the world's largest

    Description / Application. Metallurgical coke, is a carbon material manufactured by the "destructive distillation" of various blends of bituminous coal. Coke is a solid carbonaceous residue derived from low-ash, low-sulfur bituminous coal from which the volatile constituents are driven off by baking in an oven without oxygen at temperatures as high as 1,000° C so that the fixed carbon and

  • Direct reduced iron and production of DRI part 1 YouTube

    The presentation gives features, properties and various details of direct reduced iron.

  • Web alert: Considerations for the carriage of 'Direct

    Web alert: Considerations for the carriage of 'Direct Reduced Iron' cargoes 02 April 2014. Direct Reduced Iron’s (B) propensity to self-heat (and associated hazards) requires ships fixed to carry this cargo to ensure that their cargo holds are properly inerted for the duration of its voyage.

  • DIRECT REDUCED IRON (B) Visual Bulk Cargoes

    Jun 23, 2013· Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) (B) is a metallic material of a manufacturing process formed by the reduction (removal of oxygen) of iron oxide at temperatures below the fusion point of iron. Cold-moulded briquettes should be defined as those which have been moulded at a temperature of under 650oC or which have a density of less than 5.0 g/cm3.