[ RadSafe ] GN 71-1 Transport Container DOT Docs
Syd H. Levine
syd.levine at mindspring.com
Mon Feb 4 10:28:45 CST 2008
Thanks for the replies on this, but I am not looking for the IAEA
Certificate of Competent Authority. What is needed is the DOT 7A paperwork
on the Gulf Nuclear transport container used with the 71-1 three and five
Curie AmBe well logging neutron sources.
I think I have seen this document at one time or another, but cannot now
locate same. Our state regulators are upset since nobody seems to have a
copy, yet apparently a copy must be with the shipping papers to be legal.
Scores of these transport containers are in daily use all over the US. Has
anybody else run into this problem?
This is the cylindrical "pig" with an inner and outer steel wall and
containing either WEP or borated foam. The older spherical version
contained paraffin, and it is my understanding these devices are no longer
permitted as 7A containers.
Syd H. Levine
AnaLog Services, Inc.
Phone: (270) 276-5671
Telefax: (270) 276-5588
E-mail: analog at logwell.com
Web URL: www.logwell.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Syd H. Levine" <syd.levine at mindspring.com>
To: <radsafe at radlab.nl>
Sent: Friday, February 01, 2008 11:40 AM
Subject: [ RadSafe ] GN 71-1 Transport Container DOT Docs
>I am in urgent need of the DOT 7A certification document for the
>cylindrical transport container used with Gulf Nuclear 71-1 AmBe neutron
>sources. Every logger with one of these transport containers is supposed
>to have a copy of said document, but I cannot locate a copy around here.
> I am not talking about the various source certificates, but rather the
> document that certifies the pig passes the DOT transport container
> requirements. This is for the newer cylindrical version, not the older
> outlawed spherical version of the transport container.
> Thanks in advance for any help on this matter.
> Syd H. Levine
> AnaLog Services, Inc.
> Phone: (270) 276-5671
> Telefax: (270) 276-5588
> E-mail: analog at logwell.com
> Web URL: www.logwell.com
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