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Examples of descriptive clauses on bills of lading for steel cargoes

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Appendix II Examples of descriptive clauses on bills of lading for steel cargoes Reference: chapter 12.3 and 12.4
1.      Surface condition of steel cargo. The following clauses have been recommended by the International Group of P&I Clubs to ensure consistency in describing 'rust' on steel cargo or its steel packaging.31 1. Covered with snow. Surface covered with snow or ice or both.
2. Galvanising affected by white oxidation marks. Zinc coating losing lustre and etched with white coloured oxidation marks.
3. Galvanising affected by white rust. Zinc coating heavily oxidated and covered in voluminous white coloured rust.
4. Galvanising dull. Zinc coating losing lustre as a result of early oxidation.
5. Grease spots and oil patches apparent. Surface stained with drops of grease and oil from mechanical handling equipment, or other sources.
6. Partly rust stained. Fine powdery rust covering less than 75% of the surface. Light tan to light brown in colour and easily removed by rubbing, scraping or wire-brushing to reveal a smooth steel surface The remainder of the surface may still have mill scale attached.
7. Partly rusty. Brown to heavy deep brown rust covering less than 75% of the surface. Slightly uneven and dull steel surface revealed when removed by wire-brushing. Remainder of the surface must be "partly rust stained".
8. Rust on edges. Brown to heavy deep brown rust confined to the edges, otherwise same comments as "Party rusty"
9. Rust spots apparent. Localised very slight penetration of rust through mill scale, not bulbous and reveals a smooth steel surface when removed by wire-brushing.
10. Rust spotting. Localised penetration of rust through mill scale, bulbous and reveals an uneven steel surface when removed by wire-brushing.
11. Rust stained. Fine powdery rust over the whole surface, light tan to light brown in colour, and easy removed by rubbing, scraping or wire-brushing to reveal a smooth steel surface.
12. Rust with pitting. Brown to heavy deep brown rust which when removed by wire-brushing reveals pitting the steel surface.
13. Rusty. Brown to heavy deep brown rust which when removed by wire-brushing reveals an uneven and dull steel surface.
14. Stained by an unidentifiable powder. Surface coated (the extent should be indicated) with a powder which has not been identify (its colour should be stated) which could contain aggressive chemicals or be capable of holds moisture.
15. Streaky rust indicated previous contact with water. Surface has rust streaks indicating that water has previously dripped down the cargo. 156 NAUTICAL INSTITUTE 
16.    Surface areas reacting to silver nitrate solution tests. Silver Nitrate tests prove that the surface has been in contact with salt water or other chlorides.
17.    Wet before shipment. Water visible on the surface, or dripping out of bundles.
18. Mechanical damage to steel cargo. The following clauses are typical of those used to describe mechanical damage to steel cargo or its Packaging.31.74 They should accurately describe the apparent order and condition of the cargo and packaging at the time of shipment. The following information should also be stated: —The number of places the stated damage occurs on one unit.  —The total number of units affected, giving the individual marks of the pieces affected if practicable. —The location of the damage on the unit. —The dimensions of the damage. 

1.   Piece number —, inner and outer circumference edges of packing locally dented where marked by handling gear.  
2.    — packages have the top packing pierced and torn open in — places, and the plate is visibly scored.   
3.    Package number —, side packing torn in two places. 
4. Edges of — plates gouged, in bundle number — . 
5. Coil number —, edges dented / buckled where handling gear marked, affects — windings. 
6. Coil number —, edges of — windings affected by deep score marks. 
7. — coils inner turns telescoped out to — centimeters. 
8. — coils loosely wound, and strapping bands slack. 
9. — coils have — bands broken. 
10. — coils distorted and ovalised. 
11. — plates edges bent upwards in — places. 
12. Plate number — permanently waved along its entire length. 
13. Edges of plate waved/distorted. 
14. Interlocking grooves dented / bent / distorted. 
15. Machined surfaces scored / nicked / indented. 
16. — beams bent, flanges and webs distorted. 
17. Flanges of beams (in bundles) incorrectly overlapping for stowage purposes. 
18.   — bundles loosely secured. 
19.    All bundles insufficiently strapped. 
20. Strapping bands missing / broken on — bundles. 
21. — pipes dented at one end, pipes out of round. 
22. — pipes locally dented in — places. 
23. — pipes cement coating chipped / cracked / broken off. 
24. Pipe number —, bevelled edge nicked / scored to a depth of — cm.  
25. Protective coating chafed / scored / missing on — pieces. 
26.— bundles loosely secured, wire slack, and leaning to one side. 
27.— bundles, end windings pulled out, bent / twisted / mangled. 
28. — pieces in the bundle bent along entire length. 
29. Bundle pieces projecting on ends, — pieces bent. 
30. Dented in — positions. (For hollow sections, the reduction of internal diameter should be measured and stated.)
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