The IATA ULD Regulations (ULDR) provides a simple point of reference for common technical and operational standards, regulatory requirements, and carrier. January sees the publication of the second edition of the IATA ULD Regulations. One might well ask, coming just one year after the first. Users of the ULD Regulations. Customer Type. Example. ↗ Airlines . The implementation of IATA ULD Regulations is one acceptable means of compliance.
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Ground Operations Content source: It allows a large quantity of cargo to be bundled into a single unit.
Cargo straps are typically of 2 types:. The less common LD1 is designed specifically for thebut LD3s are more commonly used in its place because of ubiquity they have the same floor dimensions such that one LD3 takes the place of one LD1. Retrieved from ” https: If regulatkons wish to contribute or participate in the discussions about articles you are invited to join SKYbrary as a registered user.
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We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. Empty containers should only be stacked where there exists proper training and controls and where the containers are designed to be lifted by forklift. Loading of pallets is similar to loading containers; particular attention should be given to the cargo net being used to secure the load to the pallet. Used correctly ULD will remain within their safety limits for many years, requiring only minor repairs to wear and tear type damages.
With the exception of a ULD which is approved for forklift handling, they should never be left on the ground even if empty.
It is the responsibility of the ULD designer to create clear instructions regarding the use of the ULD, and to include them in the operations manual. Login to add to list. Open to the public ; Subjects Unitized cargo systems — Safety regulations. Typically, each row in a cargo compartment consists of two positions.
There are several common types of contoured main deck ULDs, that are contoured curved to fit in the plane’s body to provide as much cargo volume as possible. They are usually organized like an LD6, using the width of the plane and missing two profile corners, or two very long LD3s, stored in parallel to use the plane’s width and each missing one profile corner, but often twice or four times as long from plane’s nose to tail.
LD7 pallets will fit s, s, s, late model s with the big doorand Airbus wide-bodies.
Position 1 letter identifies ULD category certification, ULD type, thermal units ;  Position 2 letter identifies standard base dimensions: At present there is no certification standard for straps as there are for containers, pallets and nets, however a standard is in process and awaiting Regluations implementation. On cargo aircraft, ULDs are often used in combination with netted pallets. This single location in Victoria: These can be identified by the first letter of their identification code:.
Both straps and tie down fittings may only oata deemed safe when issued by the owner airline. Outdoors racking should be equipped to prevent containers blowing away in windy conditions. This page was regulatiions edited on 12 Novemberat In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up. Ground Operations Operational Issues. Be the first to add this to a list.
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This single location in All: They are also used to secure heavy items loaded inside a container subject to certain conditions. Aeronautics, Ulld — Freight — Safety regulations. While different manufacturers create different instructions, there are considerable similarities:. Empty containers should always be stored in suitable container racking, set up for easy transfer to dollies or other handling equipment without the use of a forklift.