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  1. Chlorine Tank Car Unloading Facilities Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1147 (Section 26)
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    • (3) The total pressure of air or inert gas padding plus chlorine vapour in the tank car at the maximum temperature attained during unloading shall not exceed the following:

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  2. Chlorine Tank Car Unloading Facilities Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1147 (SCHEDULE IV : Chlorine Hazards)

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    2 The principal properties and hazards of chlorine are as follows:

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    • (c) chlorine is not flammable, but at ordinary temperatures it will support the combustion of some combustible, organic substances such as finely divided cork. At elevated temperatures it will support the combustion of steel and for this reason may cause the rapid deterioration of steel piping or other steel equipment that is exposed to a fire;



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