flammable cargo

flammable cargo

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Crews from West Midlands Fire Service were on hand in case there was a problem with the tanker's flammable cargo during the operation.
Smoking is prohibited during fueling operations, during and immediately after take-off, immediately before and during landing, whenever gas fumes are detected, during all ground operations, in parts of any plane containing fuel tanks, in the cabin if a flammable cargo is aboard, during inspection of aircraft compartments that collect gas fumes, and whenever oxygen equipment is in use.
Among the problems was the decision over power - steam was considered too dangerous to the many flammable cargoes within range of locomotive sparks, so electric tractionwas chosen in 1891 with its advantages of economy, speed, cleanliness and quiet running.