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1.  Capacity:       4,000 - 45,000 gallons Pressure:      100 - 600 psi Used for:       Flammable/nonflammable gases, and poisonous gases Cylindrical, non-compartmented steel or aluminum tanks with rounded heads.  They are top loading/unloading,              pressure relief, and guaging loacated inside a protective housing (dome) mounted on a singlemanway.
A.
B.
C.
D.
2.  Pressure:      Low-pressure liquids (25 psi or lower) ..Refrigerated Contents:       Liquids are typically Argon, Ethylene, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, and Oxygen Has control valve that is normally located in a compartment along the side HAZARD class:  2.2  
A.
B.
C.
D.
3.  This is also known as a hopper trailer. Contents: bulk solids such as:  cement, dry caustic soda, oxidizers, plastic products, fertilizer such as ammonium nitrate, grain, and other food products, but may contain toxic materials Has 1 or more cone shaped bins Capacities:  up to 1,500 cu. ft. PSI of less than 80  
A.
B.
C.
D.
4. 
  • Pressure:  25.4-100 psi.
  • HAZARD class:  3,4,5,6,8
  • Used to carry non hazardous and hazardous materials/WMD.  Toxic, corrosive, alcohols, pesticides, insecticides, and flammable materials (food grade commodities, liquid fertilizers, resins, sodium cyanide, water treatment chemicals, and whiskey
A.
B.
C.
D.
5.  Which of the following is NOT a type of fixed storage tank
A.
B.
C.
D.
6.  Which is NOT a type of fixed tank
A.
B.
C.
D.
7.  Match the following Non-Pressure Facility Tanks
A. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3,4,5,8. Stores flammable/combustable liquids, corrosives, oxidizers, and solvents. Permanently attached, sloped roof with weak seams.
A.
B. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids
B.
C. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3,8. Stores flammable/combustable/corrosive liquids
C.
D. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids. Is also refered to as internal floating roof. Has large vents on the top of the tank shell
D.
E. Capacity: up to about 8,500,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,9. Stores flammable/combustable liquids and some not hazardous materials. Vertical storage tank that has a giant bulge or dome on it's top
E.
F. Capacity: 300 - 10,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,6,8,9. Commonly used for bulk storage in conjunction with fuel dispensing operations. Cas also store solvents, oxidizers, poisonous liquids, and corrosives
F.
8.  Match the following Pressure Facility Tanks
A. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3,4,5,8. Stores flammable/combustable liquids, corrosives, oxidizers, and solvents. Permanently attached, sloped roof with weak seams.
A.
B. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids
B.
C. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3,8. Stores flammable/combustable/corrosive liquids
C.
D. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids. Is also refered to as internal floating roof. Has large vents on the top of the tank shell
D.
E. Capacity: up to about 8,500,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,9. Stores flammable/combustable liquids and some not hazardous materials. Vertical storage tank that has a giant bulge or dome on it's top
E.
F. Capacity: 300 - 10,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,6,8,9. Commonly used for bulk storage in conjunction with fuel dispensing operations. Cas also store solvents, oxidizers, poisonous liquids, and corrosives
F.
G. Capacity: varies. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain certain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
G.
H. Capacity: 3,000,000 or more. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
H.
I. Capacity: up to 600,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases
I.
J. Capacity: 500 - 40,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases. For working pressures of 15psi and above
J.
K. Capacity: 500 - 20,000. HAZARD class: 2.2. Stores liquefied argon, ethylene, helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Working pressure varies, but some can be very high(over 300psi). Heavily insulated with a vacuum in the space between outer and inner shells
K.
9.  Match the following Tank Cars
A. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3,4,5,8. Stores flammable/combustable liquids, corrosives, oxidizers, and solvents. Permanently attached, sloped roof with weak seams.
A.
B. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids
B.
C. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3,8. Stores flammable/combustable/corrosive liquids
C.
D. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids. Is also refered to as internal floating roof. Has large vents on the top of the tank shell
D.
E. Capacity: up to about 8,500,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,9. Stores flammable/combustable liquids and some not hazardous materials. Vertical storage tank that has a giant bulge or dome on it's top
E.
F. Capacity: 300 - 10,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,6,8,9. Commonly used for bulk storage in conjunction with fuel dispensing operations. Cas also store solvents, oxidizers, poisonous liquids, and corrosives
F.
G. Capacity: varies. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain certain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
G.
H. Capacity: 3,000,000 or more. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
H.
I. Capacity: up to 600,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases
I.
J. Capacity: 500 - 40,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases. For working pressures of 15psi and above
J.
K. Capacity: 500 - 20,000. HAZARD class: 2.2. Stores liquefied argon, ethylene, helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Working pressure varies, but some can be very high(over 300psi). Heavily insulated with a vacuum in the space between outer and inner shells
K.
L. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 60 - 100psi. Carries flammable/combustable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, corrosives, poisons, molten solids.
L.
M. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 60 - 100psi. Carries flammable/combustable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, corrosives, poisons, molten solids. No longer in use according to US DOT however may still be in use in Mexico and could be seen in some of the border states.
M.
N. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 100 - 600psi. Carries flammable, non flammable, and poisonous gases. Cylindrical non-compartmented steel or aluminum tank with rounded heads. Top loading, with fittings for loading/unloading, pressure relief, and gauging located inside a protective housing mounted on a singlemanway
N.
O. Pressure: 25psi or lower. Carries argon, ethylene, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen. Refrigerated (-150 and below). Control valve located in a compartment along the side
O.
10.  Match the following Intermodal tank containers
A. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3,4,5,8. Stores flammable/combustable liquids, corrosives, oxidizers, and solvents. Permanently attached, sloped roof with weak seams.
A.
B. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids
B.
C. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3,8. Stores flammable/combustable/corrosive liquids
C.
D. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids. Is also refered to as internal floating roof. Has large vents on the top of the tank shell
D.
E. Capacity: up to about 8,500,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,9. Stores flammable/combustable liquids and some not hazardous materials. Vertical storage tank that has a giant bulge or dome on it's top
E.
F. Capacity: 300 - 10,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,6,8,9. Commonly used for bulk storage in conjunction with fuel dispensing operations. Cas also store solvents, oxidizers, poisonous liquids, and corrosives
F.
G. Capacity: varies. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain certain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
G.
H. Capacity: 3,000,000 or more. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
H.
I. Capacity: up to 600,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases
I.
J. Capacity: 500 - 40,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases. For working pressures of 15psi and above
J.
K. Capacity: 500 - 20,000. HAZARD class: 2.2. Stores liquefied argon, ethylene, helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Working pressure varies, but some can be very high(over 300psi). Heavily insulated with a vacuum in the space between outer and inner shells
K.
L. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 60 - 100psi. Carries flammable/combustable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, corrosives, poisons, molten solids.
L.
M. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 60 - 100psi. Carries flammable/combustable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, corrosives, poisons, molten solids. No longer in use according to US DOT however may still be in use in Mexico and could be seen in some of the border states.
M.
N. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 100 - 600psi. Carries flammable, non flammable, and poisonous gases. Cylindrical non-compartmented steel or aluminum tank with rounded heads. Top loading, with fittings for loading/unloading, pressure relief, and gauging located inside a protective housing mounted on a singlemanway
N.
O. Pressure: 25psi or lower. Carries argon, ethylene, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen. Refrigerated (-150 and below). Control valve located in a compartment along the side
O.
P. Pressure: 24.5 - 100psi. HAZARD class: 3,4,5,6,8. Carries Non hazardous and hazardous materials/WMD. Transport tosic, corrosive, alcohols, pesticides, insectides, and flammable materials
P.
Q. Pressure: 14.5 - 25.4psi. HAZARD class: 2,3. Example: Whiskey, Wine
Q.
R. Pressure: 100 - 500psi. HAZARD class: 2,3. Carries liquefied petroleum gas, anhydrous ammonia, motor fuel anti knock compound, and aluminum alkyis
R.
S. Pressure: 25psi or less. HAZARD class: 2.2. Carries refrigerated liquid gases such as helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Internationally called IMO Type 7 tank container
S.
T. Pressure: 3,000 - 5,000psi. HAZARD class: 2. Carries helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. High-pressure cylinders permanently mounted within an ISO frame.
T.
11.  Match the following Cargo tanks
A. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3,4,5,8. Stores flammable/combustable liquids, corrosives, oxidizers, and solvents. Permanently attached, sloped roof with weak seams.
A.
B. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids
B.
C. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3,8. Stores flammable/combustable/corrosive liquids
C.
D. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids. Is also refered to as internal floating roof. Has large vents on the top of the tank shell
D.
E. Capacity: up to about 8,500,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,9. Stores flammable/combustable liquids and some not hazardous materials. Vertical storage tank that has a giant bulge or dome on it's top
E.
F. Capacity: 300 - 10,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,6,8,9. Commonly used for bulk storage in conjunction with fuel dispensing operations. Cas also store solvents, oxidizers, poisonous liquids, and corrosives
F.
G. Capacity: varies. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain certain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
G.
H. Capacity: 3,000,000 or more. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
H.
I. Capacity: up to 600,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases
I.
J. Capacity: 500 - 40,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases. For working pressures of 15psi and above
J.
K. Capacity: 500 - 20,000. HAZARD class: 2.2. Stores liquefied argon, ethylene, helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Working pressure varies, but some can be very high(over 300psi). Heavily insulated with a vacuum in the space between outer and inner shells
K.
L. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 60 - 100psi. Carries flammable/combustable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, corrosives, poisons, molten solids.
L.
M. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 60 - 100psi. Carries flammable/combustable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, corrosives, poisons, molten solids. No longer in use according to US DOT however may still be in use in Mexico and could be seen in some of the border states.
M.
N. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 100 - 600psi. Carries flammable, non flammable, and poisonous gases. Cylindrical non-compartmented steel or aluminum tank with rounded heads. Top loading, with fittings for loading/unloading, pressure relief, and gauging located inside a protective housing mounted on a singlemanway
N.
O. Pressure: 25psi or lower. Carries argon, ethylene, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen. Refrigerated (-150 and below). Control valve located in a compartment along the side
O.
P. Pressure: 24.5 - 100psi. HAZARD class: 3,4,5,6,8. Carries Non hazardous and hazardous materials/WMD. Transport tosic, corrosive, alcohols, pesticides, insectides, and flammable materials
P.
Q. Pressure: 14.5 - 25.4psi. HAZARD class: 2,3. Example: Whiskey, Wine
Q.
R. Pressure: 100 - 500psi. HAZARD class: 2,3. Carries liquefied petroleum gas, anhydrous ammonia, motor fuel anti knock compound, and aluminum alkyis
R.
S. Pressure: 25psi or less. HAZARD class: 2.2. Carries refrigerated liquid gases such as helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Internationally called IMO Type 7 tank container
S.
T. Pressure: 3,000 - 5,000psi. HAZARD class: 2. Carries helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. High-pressure cylinders permanently mounted within an ISO frame.
T.
U. Capacity: 10,000gal. Pressure: 3 - 5psi. Carries fuel oil, gasoline, alcohol, flammable/combustable liquids (may contain any liquid, such as food products). Has large oval ends/elliptical cross-section. Usually made of aluminum
U.
V. Capacity: up to 7000 gal. Pressure: 18psi @ 100deg. Carries flammables, corrosives. Most common construction is double-shell with insulation, featuring 1 or 2 compartments with overturn protection
V.
W. Capacity: 5,000 - 6,000 gal. Pressure: 35 - 50psi. Carries high density liquids and strong corrosives. Access housing area is often coated with a black, tar-like material to protect the surface from the contents
W.
X. Capacity: 2,500 - 11,500 gal. Pressure: more than 100psi. Carries liquefied compressed gases such as propane. Hemispherical or ellipsoidal ends or heads
X.
Y. Capacity: 5,000 - 14,000 gal. Pressure: 23.5 - 500psi. Carries gas that is cooled to t least -150degF until it becomes a liquid. Ends are "dished". Cotrol valves are located in a compartment on the back or on the side just forward of the trailer wheels
Y.
Z. Capacity: up to 1,500cu. ft. Carries pneumatically unloaded transport bulk items such as cement, dry caustic soda, oxidizers, plastic products, fertilizer such as ammonium nitrate, grain and other food products. Also known as "hopper" trailers. Has one or more cone shaped bins
Z.
. Capacity: 1000lbs min. Pressure: 3,000 - 5,000psi. Carries bulk non-liquefied compressed gases. All cylinders contain the same material (independently piped). Fill and discharge of product are done through a manifold header, usually located at the rear of the trailer
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12.  Match the following non bulk packages
A. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3,4,5,8. Stores flammable/combustable liquids, corrosives, oxidizers, and solvents. Permanently attached, sloped roof with weak seams.
A.
B. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids
B.
C. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3,8. Stores flammable/combustable/corrosive liquids
C.
D. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids. Is also refered to as internal floating roof. Has large vents on the top of the tank shell
D.
E. Capacity: up to about 8,500,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,9. Stores flammable/combustable liquids and some not hazardous materials. Vertical storage tank that has a giant bulge or dome on it's top
E.
F. Capacity: 300 - 10,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,6,8,9. Commonly used for bulk storage in conjunction with fuel dispensing operations. Cas also store solvents, oxidizers, poisonous liquids, and corrosives
F.
G. Capacity: varies. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain certain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
G.
H. Capacity: 3,000,000 or more. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
H.
I. Capacity: up to 600,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases
I.
J. Capacity: 500 - 40,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases. For working pressures of 15psi and above
J.
K. Capacity: 500 - 20,000. HAZARD class: 2.2. Stores liquefied argon, ethylene, helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Working pressure varies, but some can be very high(over 300psi). Heavily insulated with a vacuum in the space between outer and inner shells
K.
L. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 60 - 100psi. Carries flammable/combustable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, corrosives, poisons, molten solids.
L.
M. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 60 - 100psi. Carries flammable/combustable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, corrosives, poisons, molten solids. No longer in use according to US DOT however may still be in use in Mexico and could be seen in some of the border states.
M.
N. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 100 - 600psi. Carries flammable, non flammable, and poisonous gases. Cylindrical non-compartmented steel or aluminum tank with rounded heads. Top loading, with fittings for loading/unloading, pressure relief, and gauging located inside a protective housing mounted on a singlemanway
N.
O. Pressure: 25psi or lower. Carries argon, ethylene, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen. Refrigerated (-150 and below). Control valve located in a compartment along the side
O.
P. Pressure: 24.5 - 100psi. HAZARD class: 3,4,5,6,8. Carries Non hazardous and hazardous materials/WMD. Transport tosic, corrosive, alcohols, pesticides, insectides, and flammable materials
P.
Q. Pressure: 14.5 - 25.4psi. HAZARD class: 2,3. Example: Whiskey, Wine
Q.
R. Pressure: 100 - 500psi. HAZARD class: 2,3. Carries liquefied petroleum gas, anhydrous ammonia, motor fuel anti knock compound, and aluminum alkyis
R.
S. Pressure: 25psi or less. HAZARD class: 2.2. Carries refrigerated liquid gases such as helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Internationally called IMO Type 7 tank container
S.
T. Pressure: 3,000 - 5,000psi. HAZARD class: 2. Carries helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. High-pressure cylinders permanently mounted within an ISO frame.
T.
U. Capacity: 10,000gal. Pressure: 3 - 5psi. Carries fuel oil, gasoline, alcohol, flammable/combustable liquids (may contain any liquid, such as food products). Has large oval ends/elliptical cross-section. Usually made of aluminum
U.
V. Capacity: up to 7000 gal. Pressure: 18psi @ 100deg. Carries flammables, corrosives. Most common construction is double-shell with insulation, featuring 1 or 2 compartments with overturn protection
V.
W. Capacity: 5,000 - 6,000 gal. Pressure: 35 - 50psi. Carries high density liquids and strong corrosives. Access housing area is often coated with a black, tar-like material to protect the surface from the contents
W.
X. Capacity: 2,500 - 11,500 gal. Pressure: more than 100psi. Carries liquefied compressed gases such as propane. Hemispherical or ellipsoidal ends or heads
X.
Y. Capacity: 5,000 - 14,000 gal. Pressure: 23.5 - 500psi. Carries gas that is cooled to t least -150degF until it becomes a liquid. Ends are "dished". Cotrol valves are located in a compartment on the back or on the side just forward of the trailer wheels
Y.
Z. Capacity: up to 1,500cu. ft. Carries pneumatically unloaded transport bulk items such as cement, dry caustic soda, oxidizers, plastic products, fertilizer such as ammonium nitrate, grain and other food products. Also known as "hopper" trailers. Has one or more cone shaped bins
Z.
. Capacity: 1000lbs min. Pressure: 3,000 - 5,000psi. Carries bulk non-liquefied compressed gases. All cylinders contain the same material (independently piped). Fill and discharge of product are done through a manifold header, usually located at the rear of the trailer
.
. Capacity: generally will not exceed 100lbs. Carries both hazardous and nonhazrdous materisls such as toxics, corrosives, pesticides, insecticides, oxidizers, and flammable materals (cement, fertilizers). Can be made of paper and fiber to plastic and plastic lined
.
. Capacity: generally will not exceed 20gal. Carries both hazardous and non hazardous materials such as toxics, corrosives (acids/caustics), and water. (Sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, ammonium hydroxide). Is a glass bottle with a protective cover to keep the bottle from breaking
.
. Capacity: less than 1000lbs (water capacity). Pressure: from a few lbs - several thousand psi. Carries hazardous and non hazardous materials such as toxics, corrosives, pesticides, insecticides, oxidizers, and flammable materials
.
. Capacity: generally 55gal. Carries liquids or solids depending on construction. Can be open head, or closed head
.
. Container with in a container with insulation between containers. Used for cryogenic liquids
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13.  Container marking that is used for fixed facilities
A.
B.
C.
D.
14.  Container marking that is used for vehicles or containers
A.
B.
C.
D.
15.  Container marking that is used for individual packages
A.
B.
C.
D.
16.  Container marking that is used for tanks at fixed facilities
A.
B.
C.
D.
17.  A bill of lading is used for Highway transport and rail vehicles
A.
B.
18.  An Intermodal container is marked that same as a highway transport vehicle, but has a shippers ID number (3 letter abbreviation followed by the letter "U") and then numbers
A.
B.
19.  What indicates that a rail car is NOT owned by the railroad
A.
B.
C.
D.
20.  Which of the following is NOT a signal word that is used on a pipeline marker
A.
B.
C.
D.
21.  Match the radioactive "flssile" class with the correct level
A. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3,4,5,8. Stores flammable/combustable liquids, corrosives, oxidizers, and solvents. Permanently attached, sloped roof with weak seams.
A.
B. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids
B.
C. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3,8. Stores flammable/combustable/corrosive liquids
C.
D. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids. Is also refered to as internal floating roof. Has large vents on the top of the tank shell
D.
E. Capacity: up to about 8,500,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,9. Stores flammable/combustable liquids and some not hazardous materials. Vertical storage tank that has a giant bulge or dome on it's top
E.
F. Capacity: 300 - 10,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,6,8,9. Commonly used for bulk storage in conjunction with fuel dispensing operations. Cas also store solvents, oxidizers, poisonous liquids, and corrosives
F.
G. Capacity: varies. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain certain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
G.
H. Capacity: 3,000,000 or more. HAZARD class: 2,3. Stores LPG, methane, propane, and other light gases. Can also contain flammable liquids such as gasoline and crude oil
H.
I. Capacity: up to 600,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases
I.
J. Capacity: 500 - 40,000 gal. HAZARD class: 2. Stores flammable and non flammable liquefied gases. For working pressures of 15psi and above
J.
K. Capacity: 500 - 20,000. HAZARD class: 2.2. Stores liquefied argon, ethylene, helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Working pressure varies, but some can be very high(over 300psi). Heavily insulated with a vacuum in the space between outer and inner shells
K.
L. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 60 - 100psi. Carries flammable/combustable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, corrosives, poisons, molten solids.
L.
M. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 60 - 100psi. Carries flammable/combustable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizers, organic peroxides, corrosives, poisons, molten solids. No longer in use according to US DOT however may still be in use in Mexico and could be seen in some of the border states.
M.
N. Capacity: 4,000 - 45,000 gal. Pressure: 100 - 600psi. Carries flammable, non flammable, and poisonous gases. Cylindrical non-compartmented steel or aluminum tank with rounded heads. Top loading, with fittings for loading/unloading, pressure relief, and gauging located inside a protective housing mounted on a singlemanway
N.
O. Pressure: 25psi or lower. Carries argon, ethylene, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen. Refrigerated (-150 and below). Control valve located in a compartment along the side
O.
P. Pressure: 24.5 - 100psi. HAZARD class: 3,4,5,6,8. Carries Non hazardous and hazardous materials/WMD. Transport tosic, corrosive, alcohols, pesticides, insectides, and flammable materials
P.
Q. Pressure: 14.5 - 25.4psi. HAZARD class: 2,3. Example: Whiskey, Wine
Q.
R. Pressure: 100 - 500psi. HAZARD class: 2,3. Carries liquefied petroleum gas, anhydrous ammonia, motor fuel anti knock compound, and aluminum alkyis
R.
S. Pressure: 25psi or less. HAZARD class: 2.2. Carries refrigerated liquid gases such as helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Internationally called IMO Type 7 tank container
S.
T. Pressure: 3,000 - 5,000psi. HAZARD class: 2. Carries helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. High-pressure cylinders permanently mounted within an ISO frame.
T.
U. Capacity: 10,000gal. Pressure: 3 - 5psi. Carries fuel oil, gasoline, alcohol, flammable/combustable liquids (may contain any liquid, such as food products). Has large oval ends/elliptical cross-section. Usually made of aluminum
U.
V. Capacity: up to 7000 gal. Pressure: 18psi @ 100deg. Carries flammables, corrosives. Most common construction is double-shell with insulation, featuring 1 or 2 compartments with overturn protection
V.
W. Capacity: 5,000 - 6,000 gal. Pressure: 35 - 50psi. Carries high density liquids and strong corrosives. Access housing area is often coated with a black, tar-like material to protect the surface from the contents
W.
X. Capacity: 2,500 - 11,500 gal. Pressure: more than 100psi. Carries liquefied compressed gases such as propane. Hemispherical or ellipsoidal ends or heads
X.
Y. Capacity: 5,000 - 14,000 gal. Pressure: 23.5 - 500psi. Carries gas that is cooled to t least -150degF until it becomes a liquid. Ends are "dished". Cotrol valves are located in a compartment on the back or on the side just forward of the trailer wheels
Y.
Z. Capacity: up to 1,500cu. ft. Carries pneumatically unloaded transport bulk items such as cement, dry caustic soda, oxidizers, plastic products, fertilizer such as ammonium nitrate, grain and other food products. Also known as "hopper" trailers. Has one or more cone shaped bins
Z.
. Capacity: 1000lbs min. Pressure: 3,000 - 5,000psi. Carries bulk non-liquefied compressed gases. All cylinders contain the same material (independently piped). Fill and discharge of product are done through a manifold header, usually located at the rear of the trailer
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. Capacity: generally will not exceed 100lbs. Carries both hazardous and nonhazrdous materisls such as toxics, corrosives, pesticides, insecticides, oxidizers, and flammable materals (cement, fertilizers). Can be made of paper and fiber to plastic and plastic lined
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. Capacity: generally will not exceed 20gal. Carries both hazardous and non hazardous materials such as toxics, corrosives (acids/caustics), and water. (Sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, ammonium hydroxide). Is a glass bottle with a protective cover to keep the bottle from breaking
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. Capacity: less than 1000lbs (water capacity). Pressure: from a few lbs - several thousand psi. Carries hazardous and non hazardous materials such as toxics, corrosives, pesticides, insecticides, oxidizers, and flammable materials
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. Capacity: generally 55gal. Carries liquids or solids depending on construction. Can be open head, or closed head
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. Container with in a container with insulation between containers. Used for cryogenic liquids
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22.  Check each surrounding condition that should be noted by responders when surveying hazardous materials incidents (check all that apply)
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23.  A booby trap is one way someone might try to incapacitate or delay an emergency responder
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24.  Match the following Hazard classes
A. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3,4,5,8. Stores flammable/combustable liquids, corrosives, oxidizers, and solvents. Permanently attached, sloped roof with weak seams.
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B. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids
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C. Capacity: 50,000 - 1,000,000, HAZARD class: 3,8. Stores flammable/combustable/corrosive liquids
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D. Capacity: varies, HAZARD class: 3. Stores flammable/combustable liquids. Is also refered to as internal floating roof. Has large vents on the top of the tank shell
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E. Capacity: up to about 8,500,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,9. Stores flammable/combustable liquids and some not hazardous materials. Vertical storage tank that has a giant bulge or dome on it's top
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F. Capacity: 300 - 10,000, HAZARD class: 3,5,6,8,9. Commonly used for bulk storage in conjunction with fuel dispensing operations. Cas also store solvents, oxidizers, poisonous liquids, and corrosives
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