However a dotted or solid line outer border may be used when needed to indicate the full size of a placard that is part of a larger format or is on a background of a non-contrasting color. Flammable and combustible liquids such as gasoline and fuel oil must have Class 3 placards and Class 4 placards are assigned to flammable solids and materials that are spontaneously combustible or dangerous when wet.
For FLAMMABLE placard 454 kg 1001 lbs or more.
When should a dangerous placard be used. FUEL OIL may be used in place of COMBUSTIBLE on. However when 1000 kg 2205 lbs or more of a single category of HM is loaded on a transport vehicle the placard specified for that material must be displayed. On transport vehicles or bulk packages – rather than being placed on a smaller individual package placards are used for larger amounts of hazardous materials being transported.
See 172504f2 for use of FLAMMABLE placard in place of COMBUSTIBLE. The first are Hazardous materials that are poisonous by inhalation. When two or more Table 2 materials are contained in the same transport vehicle the Dangerous placard may be used instead of the specific placard required for each hazard class.
You must use the specific placard for this material. Often they are placed on the exterior of transport vehicles. Despite the fact that a placarding exemption may be used a person may voluntarily display a placard for any quantity of dangerous goods when they are transported in a road or railway vehicle if certain provisions of Part 4 are met.
That would be hazard classes 23 and 61 The second are hazardous materials that are Dangerous When Wet hazard class 43. There are only three specific times that you MUST placard for subsidiary hazards. Placards must show the class of the goods being transported.
Subpart F divides these classes into two tables as noted above. Now you must placard for the class 8 corrosive. But what it is it gives you the option of using a danger placard as long as you dont have over a 1000kgs in one shipper one consignor or you have one more than 500kgs of two dangerous goods that does not fall under the exception.
GASOLINE may be used in place of FLAMMABLE placard displayed on a cargo tank or portable tank transporting gasoline by highway. People classify dangerous goods into nine distinct classes some with further subdivisions based on the specific hazards they present. You could still use a Dangerous placard to cover the class 3 flammable because.
3 For other than Class 7 or the DANGEROUS placard text indicating a hazard for. You have 1001 pounds or more of two or more Table 2 hazard classes requiring different placards and You have not loaded 2205 pounds or more of any Table 2 hazard class material at any one place. Using HAZMAT placards to identify a shipment More than two dozen truck placards are used to represent dangerous goods and you can determine what a truck is carrying by the specific details on the sign.
172500b Hazardous Materials that Do Not Require Placards. If the bulk container s are placarded with the appropriate UN specific placards can a dangerous placard be used to cover the remaining non-bulk shipments or is it that once a bulk package is introduced into a load that all items must be placarded individually regardless of the packaging or quantity. You could use a Dangerous placard for both materials.
Placard combustible liquid transported in bulk. You may use DANGEROUS placards instead of separate placards for each Table 2 hazard class when. See 172504 f 2 for use of FLAMMABLE placard in.
GASOLINE may be used in place of FLAMMABLE placard displayed on a cargo tank or portable tank transporting gasoline by highway. You load 600lbs of class 3 at one facility and 3000lbs of a class 8 at a second facility. 2 A FLAMMABLE placard may be used in place of a COMBUSTIBLE placard on – i A cargo tank or portable tank.
Placard combustible liquid transported in bulk. For FLAMMABLE placard 454 kg 1001 lbs or more. 1 When more than one division placard is required for Class 1 materials on a transport vehicle rail car freight container or unit load device only the placard representing the lowest division number must be displayed.
Dangerous placards can be used if a shipment contains non-bulk packages of two or more hazard classes requiring placards from Placard Table 2. A HAZMAT sign has six main parts though not every sign includes all six.