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Class 2.1

Class 2.1

CLASS 2 - Gases Class 2 Gases are divided into Flammable Gases, Non-Flammable Gases, Toxic Gases and Oxygen. Class 2.1 - Flammable Gas. Commonly used as fuel (example: propane).


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Class 2.2

Class 2.2

CLASS 2 - Gases Class 2 Gases are divided into Flammable Gases, Non-Flammable Gases, Toxic Gases and Oxygen. Class 2.2 - Non-Flammable, Non-Toxic Gas. Commonly used in food refrigeration (example: nitrogen).


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Class 2.2 (5.1)

Class 2.2 (5.1)

CLASS 2 - Gases Class 2 Gases are divided into Flammable Gases, Non-Flammable Gases, Toxic Gases and Oxygen. Class 2.2 (5.1) - Oxygen and oxidizing gases.


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Class 2.3

Class 2.3

CLASS 2 - Gases Class 2 Gases are divided into Flammable Gases, Non-Flammable Gases, Toxic Gases and Oxygen. Class 2.3 - Toxic Gas. Commonly used in pulp bleaching (example: sulphur dioxide).


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Class 3

Class 3

Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Class 3 A liquid which has a closed-cup flash point not greater than 60o C. Commonly used as fuel (example: gasoline, ethanol, fuel oil (diesel)).


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Class 4.1

Class 4.1

CLASS 4 - Flammable Solids, Substances liable to spontaneous combustion; Substances that on contact with water emit flammable gases (water-reactive substances) Class 4.1 - A solid that under normal conditions of transport is readily combustible, or would cause or contribute to fire through friction or from heat retained from manufacturing or processing, or is a self-reactive substance that is...


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Class 4.2

Class 4.2

CLASS 4 - Flammable Solids, Substances liable to spontaneous combustion; Substances that on contact with water emit flammable gases (water-reactive substances) Class 4.2 - A substance liable to spontaneous combustion, under normal conditions of transport, or when in contact with air, liable to spontaneous heating to the point where it ignites. Commonly used in rocket fuel (example: diethylzinc).


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Class 4.3

Class 4.3

CLASS 4 - Flammable Solids, Substances liable to spontaneous combustion; Substances that on contact with water emit flammable gases (water-reactive substances) Class 4.3 - A substance that, on contact with water, emits dangerous quantities of flammable gases or becomes spontaneously combustible on contact with water or water vapour. Commonly used in heat exchangers (valves) (example: sodium).


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Class 5.1

Class 5.1

CLASS 5 - Oxidizing Substances and Organic Peroxides Class 5.1 - A substance which causes or contributes to the combustion of other material by yielding oxygen or other oxidizing substances whether or not the substance itself is combustible. Commonly used in fertilizers (example: ammonium nitrate).


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Class 5.2

Class 5.2

CLASS 5 - Oxidizing Substances and Organic Peroxides Class 5.2 - An organic compound that contains the bivalent "-O-O-" structure which is a strong oxidizing agent and may be liable to explosive decomposition, be sensitive to heat, shock or friction, react dangerously with other dangerous goods or may cause damage to the eyes. Commonly used in automobile body shops as body filler (example:...


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Class 6.1

Class 6.1

CLASS 6 - Toxic Substances and Infectious Substances Class 6.1 - A solid or liquid that is toxic through inhalation, by skin contact or by ingestion. Commonly used as a germicide or general disinfectant Commonly used in fertilizers (example: phenol).


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Class 6.2

Class 6.2

CLASS 6 - Toxic Substances and Infectious Substances Class 6.2 - Micro-organisms that are infectious or that are reasonably believed to be infectious to humans or animals. Commonly used in disease research (example: rabies).


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Class 7

Class 7

CLASS 7 - Radioactive Materials Class 7 - Radioactive materials within the meaning of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act with activity greater than 70 kBq/ kg. Commonly used in nuclear fuel rods (example: radioactive material - LSA (yellow cake)). There are three categories which indicate the surface radiation level for a package with Category I being the lowest level and Category III the highest.


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Class 8

Class 8

CLASS 8 - Corrosives Class 8 - A substance that causes destruction of skin or corrodes steel or non-clad aluminum. Commonly used in batteries and industrial cleaners (example: sulphuric acid and sodium hydroxide).


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Class 9

Class 9

CLASS 9 - Miscellaneous Products, Substances or Organisms Class 9 - A substance that does not meet the criteria for inclusion in Classes 1 to 8. This includes genetically modified micro-organisms, marine pollutants, elevated temperature materials and environmentally hazardous substances. Commonly used in brake shoes (example: asbestos), in dry cell batteries (example: ammonium chloride).


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