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Class 1 : Explosives

Class 1 : Explosives

Explosives with a mass
explosion hazard;
example TNT, dynamite,
nitroglycerine.

 

 Class 1 : Explosives 

Explosives with a severe
projection hazard.

 

 

Class 1 : Explosives

 Explosives with a fire,
blast or projection;
hazard but not a mass
explosion hazard.

 

Class 1 : Explosives

Minor fire of
projection hazard;
includes ammunition
and most consumer
fireworks. 

Class 1 : Explosives

Blasting agents.

 

 

Class 1 : Explosives

Extremely insesnsitive
articles.

 

 

 

Class 2 : Gases

Flammable gas - gases
which ignite on contact;
with an ignition source
example acetylene,
hydrogen

 

Class 2 : Gases

Non flammable gases-
gaseswhich are neither
flammable nor
poisonon;
example oxygen,
nitrogen, neon.

Class 2 : Gases

Non flammable gases-
gaseswhich are neither
flammable nor
poisonon;
example oxygen,
nitrogen, neon.

Class 2 : Gases

Poisonous gases – gases
liable to cause death or
serious injury to
humanhealth if inhaled
example fluorine,
chlorine, hydrogen
cyanide.

Class 3 : Flammable
liquids

Highly flammable liquids
with a boiling point below
35 degree Celsius;
example diethyl ether,
carbon disulfide.

 

 

Class 3 : Flammable
liquids

Flammable liquids with
a flashpoint of less
than 23 degree Celsius
and boiling point above
 35 degree Celsius
example petrol, acetone.

 

Class 3 : Flammable
liquids

Liquids with a flashpoint
above 23 degree Celsius
but not exceeding 61
degree Celsiusand
a boiling point greater
than 35 degree Celsius;
example kerosene.

Class 4 : Flammable
solids

Flammable solids which
are easily ignited and
readily combustible;
example nitrocellulose,
magnesium, safety or
strike-anywhere matches.

 

Class 4 : Flammable
solids

Spontaneously
combustible substances;
example aluminium alkyls,
white phosphorus.

 

 

Class 4 : Flammable
solids

Substances which emit
a flammable gas when
wet or react
violentlywith water;
example sodium, calcium,
potassium.

 

 

Class 5 : Oxidizing
agents

Oxidising agents other
than organic peroxides;
example calcium
hypochlorite, ammonium
nitrate , hydrogen
peroxide.

 

 

Class 5 : Oxidizing
agents

Organic peroxides, either
in liquid or solid form;
example benzoyl peroxides,
cumene hydroperoxide.

 

 

 

Class 6 : Poisonous
toxic

Poisonous substances
which are liable to
cause death or serious
injury to human health if
inhaled, swallowed or by
skin absorption;
example potassium
cyanide, mercuric
chloride, hydrofluoric
acid.

Class 6 : Infectious
substances

Biohazardous substances
example virus cultures,
pathology specimens,
used intravenous needles.

 

 

 

Class 6 : Infectious
substances

Radioactive substances
comprise substances or
a combination of
substances which emit
ionizing radiation;
example uranium,
plutonium.

Class 7 : Radioactive
substances

Radioactive substances
comprise substances or
a combination of
substances which emit
ionizing radiation;
example uranium,
plutonium.

Class 7 : Radioactive
substances

Radioactive substances
comprise substances or
a combination of
substances which emit
ionizing radiation;
example uranium,
plutonium.

Class 7 : Radioactive
substances

Radioactive substances
comprise substances or
a combination of
substances which emit
ionizing radiation;
example uranium,
plutonium.

Class 8 : Corrosive
substances

Acids example sulfuric
acid, hydrochloric acid.

 

 

 

Class 8 : Corrosive
substances

Alkalis example
potassium hydroxide
sodium hydroxide.

 

Class 9 :
Miscellaneous

Hazardous substances
that do not fall into
the other categories;
example asbestos, air-bag
inflators, self inflating
life rafts, dry ice.