Seed cakes and other residues of processed oily vegetables (MHB)


Mandatory application of this schedule: this cargo entry applies only to seed cakes and other residues of processed oily vegetables which are substantially free from flammable solvents or other flammable chemicals, meet the criterion on self-heating solids specified in of the IMSBC Code and do not meet any of the criteria on dangerous goods specified in 9.2.2 of the IMSBC Code. 


Description: Residues remaining after oil has been mechanically expelled or extracted by solvent or other chemical processes from oil-bearing seeds, grains, cereals, fruit or vegetables. This cargo may be shipped in the form of pulp, meals, cake, pellets and expellers. Bulk Density: 478 -719 kg/m3

Trade Names (Synonyms)
Bakery material, barley malt pellets, beet extracted, beet expelled, bran pellets, brewer's grain pellets, canola pellets, citrus pulp pellets, coconut, copra expelled, copra extracted, corn gluten, cotton seed, expellers, gluten pellets, hominy chop, ground nuts meal, linseed expelled, linseed extracted, maize expelled, maize extracted, meal oily, mill feed pellets, Niger seed expelled, Niger seed extracted, oil cake, palm kernel expelled, palm kernel extracted, peanuts expelled, peanuts extracted, pellets cereal, pollard pellets, rape seed expelled, rape seed extracted, rice bran, rice broken, safflower seed expelled, safflower seed extracted, seed expellers oily, soyabean expelled, soyabean extracted, strussa pellets, sunflower seed expelled, sunflower seed extracted, toasted meals.


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