49 CFR 173 121 – Class 3–Assignment of packing group

49 CFR 173 121 – Class 3–Assignment of packing group a 1 The packing group of a Class 3 material is as assigned in column 5 of the 167 172 101 Table When the 167 172 101 Table provides more than one packing group for a hazardous material the packing group must be

APPENDIX PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO TABLE 3 1

packing group 10 Packing instruction Passenger and cargo aircraft Max net quantity per package 11 12 Packing instruction Cargo aircraft only 13 Chapter 2 3 2 3 6 State varia tions Petroleum gases liquefied 1075 2 1 Gas flammable AU 1 A1 E0 FORBIDDEN 200 150 kg CA 7 IR 3 NL 1 US 3 ≠ Petroleum gases liquefied 1075 2 1 A1 A216 Gas flammable

Status of North American Flammable Liquid Fleet as March

25 05 2018 nbsp 0183 32 This table shows the current status of baseline fleet in Q4 2017 Baseline fleet is defined as tank cars that transported at least one flammable liquid FL

49 CFR 167 173 121 Class 3 Assignment of packing group

1 The packing group of a Class 3 material is as assigned in column 5 of the 167 172 101 Table When the 167 172 101 Table provides more than one packing group for a hazardous material the packing group must be determined by applying the following criteria

UN SCETDG 52 INF

Part 2 Chapter 3 Classification of Dangerous Goods Class 3 Flammable Liquids of the Technical Instructions 2 3 2 1 1 of the UN Model Regulations 3 2 1 Table 2 4 should be used for the determination of the packing group of a liquid that presents a hazard due to flammability For liquids whose only hazard is

How to Assign Packing Group ChemSafetyPro COM

23 05 2016 nbsp 0183 32 Class 3 Flammable Liquids Packing Group Class 4 Division 4 1 Flammable Solids Packing Group Packing group II Assigned to readily combustible solids other than metal powders if the burning time is less than 45 seconds and the flame passes the wetted zone or assigned to powders of metal or assigned to metal alloys if the zone of reaction spreads over the whole length of the sample

HAZMAT Class 3 Flammable Liquids Packing Groups

HAZMAT Class 6 Toxic And Infectious Substances Packing GroupsClass 6 Packing Groups and Hazard Zones The packing group of Division 6 1 materials shall be as assigned in Column 5 of the 49CFR 172 101 Table When the 49CFR 172 101 Table provides more than one packing group or hazard zone for a hazardous material the packing group and hazard zone shall be determined by applying

Sample DGSA Examination Papers CORE

30 01 2018 nbsp 0183 32 and labelled with a number 3 flammable liquid label 1 mark 3 Reference s 2017 ADR The Dangerous Goods List Tables A and B subparagraphs 5 2 1 1 and 5 2 2 1 1 1 mark 5 Sodium hydroxide solution of Packing Group III is to be transported in consignments of 2000 litres from Dusseldorf Germany to Antwerp Belgium It is proposed to use

UN 3166 Vehicle flammable liquid powered or Vehicle

Substance information for UN 3166 Vehicle flammable liquid powered or Vehicle fuel cell flammable liquid powered based on the Hazardous Materials Table Title 49 CFR 172 101 to assist in preparing a risk assessment for loading transporting and storing hazardous materials

Class 3 Flammable Liquids

Flammable liquids included in Class 3 are included in one of the following packing groups Packing Group I if they have an initial boiling point of 35 176 C or less at an absolute pressure of 101 3 kPa and any flash point such as diethyl ether or carbon disulfide Packing Group II if they have an initial boiling point greater than 35 176 C at an

UN 0325 Igniters Substance information – HazMat Tool

Substance information for UN 0325 Igniters based on the Hazardous Materials Table Title 49 CFR 172 101 Packing Group n a 6 Labels phosphide or flammable liquid or gel or hypergolic liquid Source 49 CFR 167 173 52

UPS Chemical Table ICAO IATA Version International Air

Acetal 3 UN1088 II FLAMMABLE LIQUID Y341 1 L 353 1 L 5 L 364 30 L Accepted as CAO if amount is listed Effective 01 01 2017 Additional CAO Contract Required for all non Class 9 CAO 1 Packing Group III 2 1 8 UN1950 FLAMMABLE GAS amp CORROSIVE

ANNEX VII RELATION BETWEEN TRANSPORT AND CLP

29 Table VII a Relation between transport and CLP Class 3 Packing group I Liquid Flammable liquid Category 1 Packing group II Liquid Flammable liquid Category 2 3 DRAFT Guidance on the Application of the CLP Criteria DRAFT Public Version 5 0 – April 2017 Packing group III Liquid Flammable liquid Category 3 Class 4 1 Class 4 1

Dangerous Goods Packing Groups Australia Dangerousgoods

Packing group II assigned to flammable liquids with a flash point less than or equal to 23 176 C and an initial boiling point of greater than 35 176 C Packing group III Assigned to flammable liquids with a flash point greater than or equal to 23 176 C but less than or equal to 60 5 176 C and an initial b

Transporting Class 3 Flammable Liquids

oriented packaging OR Portable DOT tanks up to 119 gallons X X X X R R X X X X X X Flammable Liquid and 1203 gasoline labels Same as above Containers over 8 gallons must be performance oriented packaging DOT Same as above More than 119 gallons 454 kg or more than 1001 lbs 454 kg cargo weight Bulk packaging requires

UPS Chemical Table ICAO IATA Version International Air

UPS Chemical Table ICAO IATA Version International Air Packages Proper Shipping Name Description 1 Acetal 3 UN1088 II FLAMMABLE LIQUID Y341 1 L 353 1 L 5 L 364 30 L Packing Group III 2 1 8 UN1950 FLAMMABLE GAS amp CORROSIVE Y203 30 kg G 203 1 L 25 kg Not Accepted A145 A167

Federal Register Hazardous Materials Volatility of

18 01 2017 nbsp 0183 32 Note 2 A liquid in Division 6 1 meeting criteria for Packing Group I Hazard Zones A or B stated in 167 173 133 a 2 is a poisonous by inhalation subject to additional hazard communication requirements in 167 167 172 203 m 172 313 and table 1 of 172 504 e

HAZMAT Class 3 Flammable liquids Wikipedia

Divisions Class 3 Flammable Liquids A flammable liquid is a liquid having a flash point of not more than 60 176 C 140 176 F or any material in a liquid phase with a flash point at or above 37 8 176 C 100 176 F that is intentionally heated and offered for transportation or transported at or above its flash point in a bulk packaging The following exceptions apply

Flammable Liquids Final 2017 10 SCHC

Table 3 HCS Criteria vs DOT Transport Class and Packing Group Criteria HCS Category Transport Class Packing Group PG Flash point lt 73 4 176 F 23 176 C and initial boiling point lt 95 176 F 35 176 C 1 3 PG I Flash point lt 73 4 176 F 23 176 C and initial boiling point gt 95 176 F 35 176 C 2 3 PG II

A guide for flammable and combustible liquids

4 The packing group indicates the degree of danger presented by the substance when it is in its correct packaging during the course of transport The packing groups are PG I items presenting great danger PG II items presenting medium danger PG III items presenting minor danger FLAMMABLE LIQUID 3 COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID

Carriage of Dangerous Goods Manual Classification

This is reflected in the quot packing group quot PG which is found in column 4 of table A The head of column 4 in turn directs you to the relevant part of ADR in this case 2 1 1 3 Where a substance has been classified from quot first principles quot its PG will be determined by its properties for example ADR 2 2 3 1 3 shows how flammable liquids are assigned a PG

Customised Table 2 3 A 2017 Final all

Aerosols – Non Flammable Gas e g items that cannot be applied to the body for sporting or home use non flammable gas 2 2 only each item must not exceed 500g 500ml net each total quantity of items including toiletries must not exceed 2kg 2L per person Note All aerosol valves must be protected by a cap or safety device

Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations

b Packing Group II if they have an initial boiling point greater than 35 176 C at an absolute pressure of 101 3 kPa and a flash point less than 23 176 C or c Packing Group III if the criteria for inclusion in Packing Group I or II are not met 2 Despite subsection 1 for dangerous goods included in Class 3 Flammable Liquids

UN 1993 Flammable liquids n o s Substance information

Flammable liquids n o s Flammable liquids are A liquid having a flash point of 60 5 176 C 141 176 F Any material in a liquid phase with a flash point 37 8 176 C 100 176 F that is intentionally heated and offered for transport or transported at or above its flash point in bulk packaging More Information

BASIC DESCRIPTION FOR GROUND DOMESTIC AND GROUND TO

this table excludes items that ups will not accept un number also marked on hazard class or division amp subrisk 3 packing group 4 special provisions 5 limited quantity limit 6 excepted quantity 7 label s required 8 ground service to un1152 dichloropentanes 3 iii 5 l e1 flammable liquid yes effective 10 1 2017

UN 1266 Perfumery products with flammable solvents

Authorized IBCs Metal 31A 31B and 31N Rigid plastics 31H1 and 31H2 Composite 31HZ1 and 31HA2 31HB2 31HN2 31HD2 and 31HH2 Additional Requirement Only liquids with a vapor pressure less than or equal to 110 kPa at 50 deg C 1 1 bar at 122 deg F or 130 kPa at 55 deg C 1 3 bar at 131 deg F are authorized except for UN2672 also see Special Provision IP8 for UN2672

Cosmetic Products Group Standard 2017 HSR002552

Cosmetic Products Group Standard 2017 HSR002552 GROUP STANDARD a flammable liquid with a flashpoint of less than 23 176 C and an initial Packaging Notice 2017 4 Disposal Substances covered by this Group Standard must comply with the relevant

2 2 3 Class 3 Flammable liquids ADR 2017 English

The substances and articles of Class 3 are subdivided as follows F Flammable liquids without subsidiary risk and articles containing such substances F1 Flammable liquids having a flash point of or below 60 176 C F2 Flammable liquids having a flash point above 60 176 C which are carried or handed over

class 3 flammable liquids packing groups

49CFR 173 121 Divisions Assignment of packing group However diesel came within the full scope of the Regulations recently – UN 1987 Alcohols n o s 3 PGII – Number and type of packages and total quantity include a unit of measure – e g lbs kgs gallons liters Emergency response information with shipping paper – ERG Guidebook Pages Guide No Class 1 Class 2 2

WORKING PAPER ICAO

1 1 The 2017 2018 Edition of the Technical Instructions includes flammable liquids Class 3 Packing Group III other than those with a subsidiary risk of internal combustion flammable liquid powered or Engine fuel cell flammable liquid powered or Machinery internal combustion flammable liquid powered or Machinery fuel cell