List of collective entries

List of currently assigned organic peroxides in packagings

In the column "Packing Method", codes "OP1" to "OP8" refer to packing methods in 4.1.4.1, packing
instruction P520 (see also 4.1.7.1). Organic peroxides to be carried shall fulfil the classification and
the control and emergency temperatures (derived from the SADT) as listed. For substances permitted
in IBCs, see 4.1.4.2, packing instruction IBC520 and, for those permitted in tanks according to
Chapters 4.2 and 4.3, see 4.2.5.2, portable tank instruction T23.
 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

ACETYL ACETONE PEROXIDE

≤ 42

≥ 48

   

≥8

OP7

   

3105

2)

"

≤ 32 as a paste

       

OP7

   

3106

20)

ACETYL CYCLOHEXANESULPHONYL PEROXIDE

≤ 82

     

≥ 12

OP4

-10

0

3112

3)

"

≤ 32

 

≥ 68

   

OP7

-10

0

3115

 

tert-AMYL HYDROPEROXIDE

≤ 88

≥ 6

   

≥ 6

OP8

   

3107

 

tert-AMYL PEROXYACETATE

≤ 62

≥ 38

     

OP7

   

3105

 

tert-AMYL PEROXYBENZOATE

≤ 100

       

OP5

   

3103

 

tert-AMYL PEROXY-2-ETHYLHEXANOATE

≤ 100

       

OP7

+20

+25

3115

 

tert-AMYL PEROXY-2-ETHYLHEXYL CARBONATE

≤ 100

       

OP7

   

3105

 

tert-AMYL PEROXY ISOPROPYL CARBONATE

 77

 23

     

OP5

   

3103

 

tert-AMYL PEROXYNEODECANOATE

≤ 77

 

≥ 23

   

OP7

0

+10

3115

 

"

≤ 47

≥ 53

     

OP8

0

+ 10

3119

 

tert-AMYL PEROXYPIVALATE

≤ 77

 

≥ 23

   

OP5

+10

+15

3113

 

tert-AMYLPEROXY-3,5,5-TRIMETHYLHEXANOATE

≤ 100

       

OP7

   

3105

 

tert-BUTYL CUMYL PEROXIDE

> 42 - 100

       

OP8

   

3109

 

"

≤ 52

   

≥ 48

 

OP8

   

3108

 

n-BUTYL-4,4-DI-(tert-BUTYLPEROXY)VALERATE

> 52 - 100

       

OP5

   

3103

 

"

≤ 52

   

≥ 48

 

OP8

   

3108

 

tert-BUTYL HYDROPEROXIDE

>79 - 90

     

≥ 10

OP5

   

3103

13)

"

≤ 80

≥ 20

     

OP7

   

3105

4) 13)

"

≤ 79

     

> 14

OP8

   

3107

13) 23)

"

≤ 72

     

≥ 28

OP8

   

3109

13)

tert-BUTYL HYDROPEROXIDE + DI-tert-BUTYLPEROXIDE

< 82 + >9

     

≥ 7

OP5

   

3103

13)

 

 

 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

tert-BUTYL MONOPEROXYMALEATE

> 52 - 100

       

OP5

   

3102

3)

"

≤ 52

≥ 48

     

OP6

   

3103

 

"

≤ 52

   

≥ 48

 

OP8

   

3108

 

"

≤ 52 as a paste

       

OP8

   

3108

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXYACETATE

> 52 - 77

≥ 23

     

OP5

   

3101

3)

"

> 32 - 52

≥ 48

     

OP6

   

3103

 

"

≤ 32

 

≥ 68

   

OP8

   

3109

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXYBENZOATE

> 77 - 100

       

OP5

   

3103

 

"

> 52 - 77

≥23

     

OP7

   

3105

 

"

≤ 52

   

≥ 48

 

OP7

   

3106

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXYBUTYL FUMARATE

≤ 52

≥ 48

     

OP7

   

3105

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXYCROTONATE

≤ 77

≥ 23

     

OP7

   

3105

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXYDIETHYLACETATE

≤ 100

       

OP5

+20

+25

3113

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXY-2-ETHYLHEXANOATE

> 52 – 100

       

OP6

+20

+25

3113

 

"

> 32 - 52

 

≥ 48

   

OP8

+30

+35

3117

 

"

≤ 52

   

≥ 48

 

OP8

+20

+25

3118

 

"

≤ 32

 

≥ 68

   

OP8

+40

+45

3119

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXY-2-ETHYLHEXANOATE + 2,2-DI-(tert-BUTYLPEROXY)BUTANE

≤ 12 +≤ 14

≥ 14

 

≥ 60

 

OP7

   

3106

 

"

≤ 31 + ≤ 36

 

≥ 33

   

OP7

+35

+40

3115

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXY-2-ETHYLHEXYLCARBONATE

≤ 100

       

OP7

   

3105

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXYISOBUTYRATE

> 52 - 77

 

≥ 23

   

OP5

+15

+20

3111

3)

"

≤ 52

 

≥ 48

   

OP7

+15

+20

3115

 

tert-BUTYLPEROXY ISOPROPYLCARBONATE

≤ 77

≥ 23

     

OP5

   

3103

 

 

 

 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

1-(2-tert-BUTYLPEROXY ISOPROPYL)-3- ISOPROPENYLBENZENE

≤ 77

≥ 23

     

OP7

   

3105

 

"

≤ 42

   

≥ 58

 

OP8

   

3108

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXY-2-METHYLBENZOATE

≤ 100

       

OP5

   

3103

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXYNEODECANOATE

> 77 - 100

       

OP7

-5

+5

3115

 

"

≤ 77

 

≥ 23

   

OP7

0

+10

3115

 

"

≤ 52 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

0

+10

3119

 

"

≤ 42 as a stable dispersion in water (frozen)

       

OP8

0

+10

3118

 

"

≤ 32

≥ 68

     

OP8

0

+10

3119

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXYNEOHEPTANOATE

≤ 77

≥ 23

     

OP7

0

+10

3115

 

"

 42 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

0

+10

3117

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXYPIVALATE

> 67 - 77

≥ 23

     

OP5

0

+10

3113

 

"

> 27 - 67

 

≥ 33

   

OP7

0

+10

3115

 

"

≤ 27

 

≥ 73

   

OP8

+30

+35

3119

 

tert-BUTYLPEROXY STEARYLCARBONATE

≤ 100

       

OP7

   

3106

 

tert-BUTYL PEROXY-3,5,5-TRIMETHYLHEXANOATE

> 37 - 100

       

OP7

   

3105

 

"

≤ 42

   

≥ 58

 

OP7

   

3106

 

"

≤ 37

 

≥ 63

   

OP8

   

3109

 

3-CHLOROPEROXYBENZOIC ACID

> 57 - 86

   

≥ 14

 

OP1

   

3102

3)

"

≤ 57

   

≥ 3

≥ 40

OP7

   

3106

 

"

≤ 77

   

≥ 6

≥ 17

OP7

   

3106

 

CUMYL HYDROPEROXIDE

> 90 - 98

≤10

     

OP8

   

3107

13)

"

≤ 90

≥ 10

     

OP8

   

3109

13) 18)

 

 

 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

CUMYL PEROXYNEODECANOATE

≤ 87

≥ 13

     

OP7

- 10

0

3115

 

"

≤ 77

 

≥ 23

   

OP7

-10

0

3115

 

"

≤ 52 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

-10

0

3119

 

CUMYL PEROXYNEOHEPTANOATE

≤ 77

≥ 23

     

OP7

-10

0

3115

 

CUMYL PEROXYPIVALATE

≤ 77

 

≥ 23

   

OP7

-5

+5

3115

 

CYCLOHEXANONE PEROXIDE(S)

≤ 91

     

≥ 9

OP6

   

3104

13)

"

≤ 72

≥ 28

     

OP7

   

3105

5)

"

≤ 72 as a paste

       

OP7

   

3106

5) 20)

"

≤ 32

   

≥ 68

       

Exempt

29)

([3R-(3R,5aS,6S,8aS,9R,10R,12S,12aR**)]- DECAHYDRO-10-METHOXY-3,6,9-TRIMETHYL-3,12- EPOXY-12H-PYRANO[4,3-j]-1,2-BENZODIOXEPIN)

≤ 100

       

OP7

   

3106

 

DIACETONE ALCOHOL PEROXIDES

≤ 57

 

≥ 26

 

≥ 8

OP7

+40

+45

3115

6)

DIACETYL PEROXIDE

≤ 27

 

≥ 73

   

OP7

+20

+25

3115

7) 13)

DI-tert-AMYL PEROXIDE

≤ 100

       

OP8

   

3107

 

2,2-DI-(tert-AMYLPEROXY)BUTANE

≤ 57

≥ 43

     

OP7

   

3105

 

1,1-DI-(tert-AMYLPEROXY)CYCLOHEXANE

≤ 82

≥ 18

     

OP6

   

3103

 

DIBENZOYL PEROXIDE

> 52 - 100

   

≤ 48

 

OP2

   

3102

3)

"

> 77 - 94

     

≥ 6

OP4

   

3102

3)

"

≤ 77

     

≥ 23

OP6

   

3104

 

"

≤ 62

   

≥ 28

≥ 10

OP7

   

3106

 

"

> 52 – 62 as a paste

       

OP7

   

3106

20)

"

> 35 - 52

   

≥ 48

 

OP7

   

3106

 

"

> 36 - 42

≥ 18

   

≤ 40

OP8

   

3107

 

"

≤ 56.5 as a paste

     

≥ 15

OP8

   

3108

 

"

≤ 52 as a paste

       

OP8

   

3108

20)

"

≤ 42 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

   

3109

 

"

≤ 35

   

≥ 65

       

Exempt

29)

 

 

 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

DI-(4-tert-BUTYLCYCLOHEXYL) PEROXYDICARBONATE

≤ 100

       

OP6

+30

+35

3114

 

"

≤ 42 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

+30

+35

3119

 

DI-tert-BUTYL PEROXIDE

> 52 - 100

       

OP8

   

3107

 

"

≤ 52

 

≥ 48

   

OP8

   

3109

25)

DI-tert-BUTYL PEROXYAZELATE

≤ 52

≥ 48

     

OP7

   

3105

 

2,2-DI-(tert-BUTYLPEROXY)BUTANE

≤ 52

≥ 48

     

OP6

   

3103

 

1,6-Di-(tert-BUTYLPEROXYCARBONYLOXY) HEXANE

≤ 72

≥ 28

     

OP5

   

3103

 

1,1-DI-(tert-BUTYLPEROXY) CYCLOHEXANE

> 80 - 100

       

OP5

   

3101

3)

"

≤ 72

 

≥ 28

   

OP5

   

3103

30)

"

> 52 - 80

≥ 20

     

OP5

   

3103

 

"

> 42 - 52

≥ 48

     

OP7

   

3105

 

"

≤ 42

≥ 13

 

≥ 45

 

OP7

   

3106

 

"

≤ 42

≥ 58

     

OP8

   

3109

 

"

≤ 27

≥ 25

     

OP8

   

3107

21)

"

≤ 13

≥ 13

≥ 74

   

OP8

   

3109

 

1,1-DI-(tert-BUTYLPEROXY) CYCLOHEXANE

+ tert-BUTYL PEROXY-2-ETHYLHEXANOATE

 

≤ 43 + ≤ 16

 

≥ 41

     

 

OP 7

   

 

3105

 

DI-n-BUTYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

> 27 - 52

 

≥ 48

   

OP7

-15

-5

3115

 

"

≤ 27

 

≥ 73

   

OP8

-10

0

3117

 

"

≤ 42 as a stable dispersion in water (frozen)

       

OP8

-15

-5

3118

 

DI-sec-BUTYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

> 52 - 100

       

OP4

-20

-10

3113

 

"

≤ 52

 

≥ 48

   

OP7

-15

-5

3115

 

 

 

 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

DI-(tert-BUTYLPEROXYISOPROPYL)BENZENE(S)

> 42 - 100

   

≤ 57

 

OP7

   

3106

 

"

≤ 42

   

≥ 58

       

Exempt

29)

DI-(tert-BUTYLPEROXY) PHTHALATE

> 42 - 52

≥ 48

     

OP7

   

3105

 

"

≤ 52 as a paste

       

OP7

   

3106

20)

"

≤ 42

≥ 58

     

OP8

   

3107

 

2,2-DI-(tert-BUTYLPEROXY)PROPANE

≤ 52

≥ 48

     

OP7

   

3105

 

"

≤ 42

≥ 13

 

≥ 45

 

OP7

   

3106

 

1,1-DI-(tert-BUTYLPEROXY)-3,3,5- TRIMETHYLCYCLOHEXANE

> 90 - 100

       

OP5

   

3101

3)

"

≤ 90

 

≥ 10

   

OP5

   

3103

30)

"

> 57 - 90

≥ 10

     

OP5

   

3103

 

"

≤ 77

 

≥ 23

   

OP5

   

3103

 

"

≤ 57

   

≥ 43

 

OP8

   

3110

 

"

≤ 57

≥ 43

     

OP8

   

3107

 

"

≤ 32

≥ 26

≥ 42

   

OP8

   

3107

 

DICETYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

≤ 100

       

OP8

+30

+35

3120

 

"

≤ 42 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

+30

+35

3119

 

DI-4-CHLOROBENZOYL PEROXIDE

≤ 77

     

≥ 23

OP5

   

3102

3)

"

≤ 52 as a paste

       

OP7

   

3106

20)

"

≤ 32

   

≥ 68

       

Exempt

29)

DICUMYL PEROXIDE

> 52 - 100

       

OP8

   

3110

12)

"

≤ 52

   

≥ 48

       

Exempt

29)

DICYCLOHEXYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

> 91 - 100

       

OP3

+10

+15

3112

3)

"

≤ 91

     

≥ 9

OP5

+10

+15

3114

 

"

 42 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

+15

+20

3119

 

 

 

 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

DIDECANOYL PEROXIDE

≤ 100

       

OP6

+30

+35

3114

 

2,2-DI-(4,4-DI (tert-BUTYLPEROXY) CYCLOHEXYL) PROPANE

≤ 42

   

≥ 58

 

OP7

   

3106

 

"

≤ 22

 

≥ 78

   

OP8

   

3107

 

DI-2,4-DICHLOROBENZOYL PEROXIDE

≤ 77

     

≥ 23

OP5

   

3102

3)

"

≤ 52 as a paste

       

OP8

+ 20

+ 25

3118

 

"

≤ 52 as a paste with silicon oil

       

OP7

   

3106

 

DI-(2-ETHOXYETHYL) PEROXYDICARBONATE

≤ 52

 

≥ 48

   

OP7

-10

0

3115

 

DI-(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PEROXYDICARBONATE

> 77 – 100

       

OP5

-20

-10

3113

 

"

≤ 77

 

≥ 23

   

OP7

-15

-5

3115

 

"

≤ 62 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

-15

-5

3119

 

"

≤ 52 as a stable dispersion in water (frozen)

       

OP8

-15

-5

3120

 

2,2-DIHYDROPEROXYPROPANE

≤ 27

   

≥ 73

 

OP5

   

3102

3)

DI-(1-HYDROXYCYCLOHEXYL) PEROXIDE

≤ 100

       

OP7

   

3106

 

DIISOBUTYRYL PEROXIDE

> 32 – 52

 

≥ 48

   

OP5

-20

-10

3111

3)

"

≤ 32

 

≥ 68

   

OP7

-20

-10

3115

 

DIISOPROPYLBENZENE DIHYDROPEROXIDE

≤ 82

≥ 5

   

≥ 5

OP7

   

3106

24)

DIISOPROPYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

> 52-100

       

OP2

-15

-5

3112

3)

"

≤ 52

 

≥ 48

   

OP7

-20

-10

3115

 

"

≤ 32

≥ 68

     

OP7

-15

-5

3115

 

DILAUROYL PEROXIDE

≤ 100

       

OP7

   

3106

 

"

≤ 42 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

   

3109

 

DI-(3-METHOXYBUTYL) PEROXYDICARBONATE

≤ 52

 

≥ 48

   

OP7

-5

+5

3115

 

DI-(2-METHYLBENZOYL) PEROXIDE

≤ 87

     

≥ 13

OP5

+30

+35

3112

3)

 

 

 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

DI-(3-METHYLBENZOYL) PEROXIDE +

BENZOYL (3-METHYLBENZOYL) PEROXIDE + DIBENZOYL PEROXIDE

≤ 20 + ≤ 18 + ≤ 4

 

≥ 58

   

OP7

+35

+40

3115

 

DI-(4-METHYLBENZOYL) PEROXIDE 

≤ 52 as a paste with silicon oil

       

OP7

   

3106

 

2,5-DIMETHYL-2,5-DI- (BENZOYLPEROXY)HEXANE

> 82-100

       

OP5

   

3102

3)

"

≤ 82

   

≥ 18

 

OP7

   

3106

 

"

≤ 82

     

≥ 18

OP5

   

3104

 

2,5-DIMETHYL-2,5-DI-

(tert-BUTYLPEROXY)HEXANE

> 90 - 100

       

OP5

   

3103

 

"

> 52 - 90

≥ 10

     

OP7

   

3105

 

"

≤ 77

   

≥ 23

 

OP8

   

3108

 

"

≤ 52

≥ 48

     

OP8

   

3109

 

"

≤ 47 as a paste

       

OP8

   

3108

 

2,5-DIMETHYL-2,5-DI-

(tert-BUTYLPEROXY)HEXYNE-3

> 86-100

       

OP5

   

3101

3)

"

>52-86

≥ 14

     

OP5

   

3103

26)

"

≤ 52

   

≥ 48

 

OP7

   

3106

 

2,5-DIMETHYL-2,5-DI-

(2-ETHYLHEXANOYLPEROXY)HEXANE 

≤ 100

       

OP5

+20

+25

3113

 

2,5-DIMETHYL-2,5-DIHYDROPEROXYHEXANE 

≤ 82

     

≥ 18

OP6

   

3104

 

2,5-DIMETHYL-2,5-DI-(3,5,5- TRIMETHYLHEXANOYLPEROXY)HEXANE

≤ 77

≥ 23

     

OP7

   

3105

 

1,1-DIMETHYL-3-HYDROXYBUTYL PEROXYNEOHEPTANOATE

≤ 52

≥ 48

     

OP8

0

+10

3117

 

DIMYRISTYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

≤ 100

       

OP7

+20

+25

3116

 

"

≤ 42 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

+20

+25

3119

 

DI-(2-NEODECANOYLPEROXYISOPROPYL) BENZENE

≤ 52

≥ 48

     

OP7

-10

0

3115

 

 

 

 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

DI-n-NONANOYL PEROXIDE

≤ 100

       

OP7

0

+10

3116

 

DI-n-OCTANOYL PEROXIDE

≤ 100

       

OP5

+10

+15

3114

 

DI-(2-PHENOXYETHYL) PEROXYDICARBONATE

>85-100

       

OP5

   

3102

3)

"

≤ 85

     

≥ 15

OP7

   

3106

 

DIPROPIONYL PEROXIDE

≤ 27

 

≥ 73

   

OP8

+15

+20

3117

 

DI-n-PROPYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

≤ 100

       

OP3

-25

-15

3113

 

"

≤ 77

 

≥ 23

   

OP5

-20

-10

3113

 

DISUCCINIC ACID PEROXIDE

> 72-100

       

OP4

   

3102

3) 17)

"

≤ 72

     

≥ 28

OP7

+10

+15

3116

 

DI-(3,5,5-TRIMETHYLHEXANOYL) PEROXIDE

> 52-82

≥ 18

     

OP7

0

+10

3115

 

"

≤ 52 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

+10

+15

3119

 

"

> 38-52

≥ 48

     

OP8

+10

+15

3119

 

"

≤ 38

≥ 62

     

OP8

+20

+25

3119

 

ETHYL 3,3-DI-(tert-AMYLPEROXY)BUTYRATE

≤ 67

≥ 33

     

OP7

   

3105

 

ETHYL 3,3-DI-(tert-BUTYLPEROXY)BUTYRATE

> 77 - 100

       

OP5

   

3103

 

"

≤ 77

≥ 23

     

OP7

   

3105

 

"

≤ 52

   

≥ 48

 

OP7

   

3106

 

1-(2-ETHYLHEXANOYLPEROXY)-1,3- DIMETHYLBUTYL PEROXYPIVALATE

≤ 52

≥ 45

≥ 10

   

OP7

-20

-10

3115

 

tert-HEXYL PEROXYNEODECANOATE

≤ 71

≥ 29

     

OP7

0

+10

3115

 

tert-HEXYL PEROXYPIVALATE

≤ 72

 

≥ 28

   

OP7

+10

+15

3115

 

3-HYDROXY-1,1-DIMETHYLBUTYL PEROXYNEODECANOATE

 

≤ 77

 

≥ 23

     

 

OP 7

 

- 5

 

+ 5

 

3115

 

"

≤ 52

≥ 48

     

OP 8

- 5

+ 5

3117

 

"

≤ 52 as a stable dispersion in water

       

 

OP 8

 

- 5

 

+ 5

 

3119

 

 

 

 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

ISOPROPYL sec-BUTYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

+DI-sec-BUTYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

+DI-ISOPROPYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

≤ 32 + ≤ 15 – 18

≤ 12 – 15

≥ 38

     

OP7

-20

-10

3115

 

"

≤ 52 + ≤ 28 + ≤ 22

       

OP5

-20

-10

3111

3)

ISOPROPYLCUMYL HYDROPEROXIDE

≤ 72

≥ 28

     

OP8

   

3109

13)

p-MENTHYL HYDROPEROXIDE

> 72 - 100

       

OP7

   

3105

13)

"

≤ 72

≥ 28

     

OP8

   

3109

27)

METHYLCYCLOHEXANONE PEROXIDE(S)

≤ 67

 

≥ 33

   

OP7

+35

+40

3115

 

METHYL ETHYL KETONE PEROXIDE(S)

see remark 8)

≥ 48

     

OP5

   

3101

3) 8) 13)

"

see remark 9)

≥ 55

     

OP7

   

3105

9)

"

see remark 10)

≥ 60

     

OP8

   

3107

10)

METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE PEROXIDE(S)

≤ 62

≥ 19

     

OP7

   

3105

22)

METHYL ISOPROPYL KETONE PEROXIDE(S)

see remark 31)

≥ 70

     

OP8

   

3109

31)

ORGANIC PEROXIDE, LIQUID, SAMPLE

         

OP2

   

3103

11)

ORGANIC PEROXIDE, LIQUID, SAMPLE, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED

         

OP2

   

3113

11)

ORGANIC PEROXIDE, SOLID, SAMPLE

         

OP2

   

3104

11)

ORGANIC PEROXIDE, SOLID, SAMPLE, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED

         

OP2

   

3114

11)

3,3,5,7,7-PENTAMETHYL-1,2,4-TRIOXEPANE

≤ 100

       

OP8

   

3107

 

PEROXYACETIC ACID, TYPE D, stabilized

≤ 43

       

OP7

   

3105

13) 14) 19)

PEROXYACETIC ACID, TYPE E, stabilized

≤ 43

       

OP8

   

3107

13) 15) 19)

PEROXYACETIC ACID, TYPE F, stabilized

≤ 43

       

OP8

   

3109

13) 16) 19)

PEROXYLAURIC ACID

 100

       

OP8

+35

+40

3118

 

PINANYL HYDROPEROXIDE

> 56 – 100

       

OP7

   

3105

13)

"

≤ 56

≥ 44

     

OP8

   

3109

 

POLYETHER POLY-tert-BUTYLPEROXY- CARBONATE

 52

 

 48

   

OP8

   

3107

 

 

 

 

ORGANIC PEROXIDE

Concentration (%)

Diluent type A (%)

Diluent type B (%) 1)

Inert solid (%)

Water

Packing Method

Control temperature (°C)

Emergency temperature (°C)

Number (Generic entry)

Subsidiary risks and remarks

1,1,3,3-TETRAMETHYLBUTYL HYDROPEROXIDE

≤ 100

       

OP7

   

3105

 

1,1,3,3-TETRAMETHYLBUTYL PEROXY-2- ETHYLHEXANOATE

≤ 100

       

OP7

+15

+20

3115

 

1,1,3,3- TETRAMETHYLBUTYL PEROXYNEODECANOATE

≤ 72

 

≥ 28

   

OP7

-5

+5

3115

 

"

≤ 52 as a stable dispersion in water

       

OP8

-5

+5

3119

 

1,1,3,3-TETRAMETHYLBUTYL PEROXYPIVALATE

 77

 23

     

OP7

0

+10

3115

 

3,6,9-TRIETHYL-3,6,9-TRIMETHYL-1,4,7 TRIPEROXONANE

≤ 17

≥ 18

 

≥ 65

 

OP8

   

3110

 

3,6,9-TRIETHYL-3,6,9-TRIMETHYL

-1,4,7 TRIPEROXONANE

≤ 42

≥ 58

     

OP7

   

3105

28)

Remarks (refer to the last column of the Table in 2.2.52.4):
1) Diluent type B may always be replaced by diluent type A. The boiling point of diluent type B
shall be at least 60°C higher than the SADT of the organic peroxide.
2) Available oxygen ≤ 4.7%.
3) "EXPLOSIVE" subsidiary risk label required (Model No.1, see 5.2.2.2.2).
4) Diluent may be replaced by di-tert-butyl peroxide.
5) Available oxygen ≤ 9%.
6) With ≤ 9% hydrogen peroxide; available oxygen ≤ 10%.
7) Only non-metallic packagings allowed.
8) Available oxygen > 10% and ≤ 10.7%, with or without water.
9) Available oxygen ≤ 10% , with or without water.
10) Available oxygen ≤ 8.2% , with or without water.
11) See 2.2.52.1.9.
12) Up to 2000 kg per receptacle assigned to ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE F on the basis of large
scale trials.
13) "CORROSIVE" subsidiary risk label required (Model No.8, see 5.2.2.2.2).
14) Peroxyacetic acid formulations which fulfil the criteria of the Manual of Tests and Criteria,
paragraph 20.4.3 (d).
15) Peroxyacetic acid formulations which fulfil the criteria of the Manual of Tests and Criteria,
paragraph 20.4.3 (e).
16) Peroxyacetic acid formulations which fulfil the criteria of the Manual of Tests and Criteria,
paragraph 20.4.3 (f).
17) Addition of water to this organic peroxide will decrease its thermal stability.
18) No "CORROSIVE" subsidiary risk label (Model No.8, see 5.2.2.2.2) required for
concentrations below 80%.
19) Mixtures with hydrogen peroxide, water and acid(s).
20) With diluent type A, with or without water.
21) With ≥ 25% diluent type A by mass, and in addition ethylbenzene.
22) With ≥ 19%, diluent type A by mass, and in addition methyl isobutyl ketone.
23) With < 6% di-tert-butyl peroxide.
24) With ≤ 8% 1-isopropylhydroperoxy-4-isopropylhydroxybenzene.
25) Diluent type B with boiling point > 110 °C.
26) With < 0.5% hydroperoxides content.
27) For concentrations more than 56%, "CORROSIVE" subsidiary risk label required (Model
No.8, see 5.2.2.2.2).
28) Available active oxygen ≤ 7.6% in diluent type A having a 95% boil-off point in the range
of 200 - 260 °C.
29) Not subject to the requirements of ADR for Class 5.2.
30) Diluent type B with boiling point > 130 °C.
31) Active oxygen ≤ 6.7%.

Class 6.1 Toxic substances

Criteria

The heading of Class 6.1 covers substances of which it is known by experience or regarding which it
is presumed from experiments on animals that in relatively small quantities they are able by a single
action or by action of short duration to cause damage to human health, or death, by inhalation, by
cutaneous absorption or by ingestion.
NOTE: Genetically modified microorganisms and organisms shall be assigned to this Class if they
meet the conditions for this Class.

Substances of Class 6.1 are subdivided as follows:
T Toxic substances without subsidiary risk:
T1 Organic, liquid;
T2 Organic, solid;
T3 Organometallic substances;
T4 Inorganic, liquid;
T5 Inorganic, solid;
T6 Liquid, used as pesticides;
T7 Solid, used as pesticides;
T8 Samples;
T9 Other toxic substances;
TF Toxic substances, flammable:
TF1 Liquid;
TF2 Liquid, used as pesticides;
TF3 Solid;
TS Toxic substances, self-heating, solid;
TW Toxic substances, which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases:
TW1 Liquid;
TW2 Solid;
TO Toxic substances, oxidizing:
TO1 Liquid;
TO2 Solid;
TC Toxic substances, corrosive:
TC1 Organic, liquid;
TC2 Organic, solid;
TC3 Inorganic, liquid;
TC4 Inorganic, solid;
TFC Toxic substances, flammable, corrosive;
TFW Toxic substances, flammable, which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases.

Definitions

For the purposes of ADR:
LD50 (median lethal dose) for acute oral toxicity is the statistically derived single dose of a substance
that can be expected to cause death within 14 days in 50 per cent of young adult albino rats when
administered by the oral route. The LD50 value is expressed in terms of mass of test substance per
mass of test animal (mg/kg);
LD50 for acute dermal toxicity is that dose of the substance which, administered by continuous contact
for 24 hours with the bare skin of albino rabbits, is most likely to cause death within 14 days in one
half of the animals tested. The number of animals tested shall be sufficient to give a statistically
significant result and be in conformity with good pharmacological practice. The result is expressed in
milligrams per kg body mass;
LC50 for acute toxicity on inhalation is that concentration of vapour, mist or dust which, administered
by continuous inhalation to both male and female young adult albino rats for one hour, is most likely
to cause death within 14 days in one half of the animals tested. A solid substance shall be tested if at
least 10% (by mass) of its total mass is likely to be dust in a respirable range, e.g. the aerodynamic
diameter of that particle-fraction is 10 μm or less. A liquid substance shall be tested if a mist is likely
to be generated in a leakage of the transport containment. Both for solid and liquid substances more
than 90% (by mass) of a specimen prepared for inhalation toxicity shall be in the respirable range as
defined above. The result is expressed in milligrams per litre of air for dusts and mists or in millilitres
per cubic metre of air (parts per million) for vapours.

Classification and assignment of packing groups

Substances of Class 6.1 shall be classified in three packing groups according to the degree of danger
they present for carriage, as follows:
Packing group I: highly toxic substances
Packing group II: toxic substances
Packing group III: slightly toxic substances.

Substances, mixtures, solutions and articles classified in Class 6.1 are listed in Table A of Chapter 3.2.
The assignment of substances, mixtures and solutions not mentioned by name in Table A of Chapter
3.2 to the relevant entry of sub-section 2.2.61.3 and to the relevant packing group in accordance with
the provisions of Chapter 2.1, shall be made according to the following criteria in 2.2.61.1.6 to
2.2.61.1.11.

To assess the degree of toxicity, account shall be taken of human experience of instances of accidental
poisoning, as well as special properties possessed by any individual substances: liquid state, high
volatility, any special likelihood of cutaneous absorption, and special biological effects.

In the absence of observations on humans, the degree of toxicity shall be assessed using the available
data from animal experiments in accordance with the table below:
 
 

 

Packing group

Oral toxicity LD50

(mg/kg)

Dermal toxicity LD50

(mg/kg)

Inhalation toxicity by dusts and mists LC50 (mg/l)

Highly toxic

I

≤ 5

 50

 0.2

Toxic

II

> 5 and  50

> 50 and  200

> 0.2 and  2

Slightly toxic

III a

> 50 and  300

> 200 and  1 000

> 2 and  4

 
a Tear gas substances shall be included in packing group II even if data concerning their
toxicity correspond to packing group III criteria.

 

Where a substance exhibits different degrees of toxicity for two or more kinds of exposure, it shall be
classified under the highest such degree of toxicity.

Substances meeting the criteria of Class 8 and with an inhalation toxicity of dusts and mists (LC50)
leading to packing group I shall only be accepted for an allocation to Class 6.1 if the toxicity through
oral ingestion or dermal contact is at least in the range of packing groups I or II. Otherwise an
assignment to Class 8 shall be made if appropriate (see 2.2.8.1.5).

The criteria for inhalation toxicity of dusts and mists are based on LC50 data relating to 1-hour
exposure, and where such information is available it shall be used. However, where only LC50 data
relating to 4-hour exposure are available, such figures can be multiplied by four and the product
substituted in the above criteria, i.e. LC50 value multiplied by four (4 hour) is considered the
equivalent of LC50 (1 hour).

Inhalation toxicity of vapours

Liquids giving off toxic vapours shall be classified into the following groups where "V" is the
saturated vapour concentration (in ml/m3 of air) (volatility) at 20 °C and standard atmospheric
pressure:
 
 
 

Packing group

 

Highly toxic

I

Where V ≥ 10 LC50 and LC50 ≤ 1 000 ml/m3

Toxic

II

Where V ≥ LC50 and LC50 ≤ 3 000 ml/mand the criteria for packing group I are not met

Slightly toxic

IIIa

Where V ≥ 1/5 LC50 and LC50 ≤ 5 000 ml/mand the criteria for packing groups I and II are not met

 
 
a Tear gas substances shall be included in packing group II even if data concerning their
toxicity correspond to packing group III criteria.
These criteria for inhalation toxicity of vapours are based on LC50 data relating to 1-hour exposure,
and where such information is available, it shall be used.
However, where only LC50 data relating to 4-hour exposure to the vapours are available, such figures
can be multiplied by two and the product substituted in the above criteria, i.e. LC50 (4 hour) × 2 is
considered the equivalent of LC50 (1 hour).
In this figure, the criteria are expressed in graphical form, as an aid to easy classification. However,
due to approximations inherent in the use of graphs, substances falling on or near group borderlines
shall be checked using numerical criteria.
 
GROUP BORDERLINES INHALATION TOXICITY OF VAPOURS
 

 

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