Use of salvage pressure receptacles

In the case of damaged, defective, leaking or non-conforming pressure receptacles, salvage pressure
receptacles according to 6.2.3.11 may be used.
NOTE: A salvage pressure receptacle may be used as an overpack in accordance with 5.1.2. When
used as an overpack, marks shall be in accordance with 5.1.2.1 instead of 5.2.1.3.

Pressure receptacles shall be placed in salvage pressure receptacles of suitable size. The maximum
size of the placed pressure receptacle is limited to a water capacity of 1 000 litres. More than one
pressure receptacle may be placed in the same salvage pressure receptacle only if the contents are
known and do not react dangerously with each other (see 4.1.1.6). In this case the total sum of water
capacities of the placed pressure receptacles shall not exceed 1 000 litres. Appropriate measures shall
be taken to prevent movement of the pressure receptacles within the salvage pressure receptacle e.g.
by partitioning, securing or cushioning.

A pressure receptacle may only be placed in a salvage pressure receptacle if:
(a) The salvage pressure receptacle is in accordance with 6.2.3.11 and a copy of the approval
certificate is available;
(b) Parts of the salvage pressure receptacle which are, or are likely to be in direct contact with the
dangerous goods will not be affected or weakened by those dangerous goods and will not cause
a dangerous effect (e.g. catalyzing reaction or reacting with the dangerous goods); and
(c) The contents of the contained pressure receptacle(s) are limited in pressure and volume so that
if totally discharged into the salvage pressure receptacle, the pressure in the salvage pressure
receptacle at 65 °C will not exceed the test pressure of the salvage pressure receptacle (for
gases, see packing instruction in P200 (3) in 4.1.4.1). The reduction of the useable water
capacity of the salvage pressure receptacle, e.g. by any contained equipment and cushioning,
shall be taken into account.

The proper shipping name, the UN number preceded by the letters "UN" and label(s) as required for
packages in Chapter 5.2 applicable to the dangerous goods inside the contained pressure receptacle(s)
shall be applied to the salvage pressure receptacle for carriage.

Salvage pressure receptacles shall be cleaned, purged and visually inspected internally and externally
after each use. They shall be periodically inspected and tested in accordance with 6.2.3.5 at least once
every five years.

Verification of the chemical compatibility of plastics packagings, including IBCs, by assimilation of filling substances to standard liquids

Scope

For polyethylene packagings as specified in 6.1.5.2.6, and for polyethylene IBCs as specified in
6.5.6.3.5, the chemical compatibility with filling substances may be verified by assimilation to
standard liquids following the procedures, as set out in 4.1.1.21.3 to 4.1.1.21.5 and using the list in
table 4.1.1.21.6, provided that the particular design types have been tested with these standard liquids
in accordance with 6.1.5 or 6.5.6, taking into account 6.1.6 and that the conditions in 4.1.1.21.2 are
met. When assimilation in accordance with this sub-section is not possible, the chemical compatibility
needs to be verified by design type testing in accordance with 6.1.5.2.5 or by laboratory tests in
accordance with 6.1.5.2.7 for packagings, and in accordance with 6.5.6.3.3 or 6.5.6.3.6 for IBCs,
respectively.
NOTE: Irrespective of the provisions of this sub-section, the use of packagings, including IBCs,
for a specific filling substance is subject to the limitations of Table A of Chapter 3.2, and the packing
instructions in Chapter 4.1.

Conditions

The relative densities of the filling substances shall not exceed that used to determine the height for
the drop test performed successfully according to 6.1.5.3.5 or 6.5.6.9.4 and the mass for the stacking
test performed successfully according to 6.1.5.6 or where necessary according to 6.5.6.6 with the
assimilated standard liquid(s). The vapour pressures of the filling substances at 50 °C or 55 °C shall
not exceed that used to determine the pressure for the internal pressure (hydraulic) test performed
successfully according to 6.1.5.5.4 or 6.5.6.8.4.2 with the assimilated standard liquid(s). In case that
filling substances are assimilated to a combination of standard liquids, the corresponding values of the
filling substances shall not exceed the minimum values derived from the applied drop heights,
stacking masses and internal test pressures.
Example: UN 1736 Benzoyl chloride is assimilated to the combination of standard liquids "Mixture of
hydrocarbons and wetting solution". It has a vapour pressure of 0.34 kPa at 50 °C and a relative
density of approximately 1.2. Design type tests for plastics drums and jerricans were frequently
performed at minimum required test levels. In practice this means that the stacking test is commonly
performed with stacking loads considering only a relative density of 1.0 for the "Mixture of
hydrocarbons" and a relative density of 1.2 for the "Wetting solution" (see definition of standard
liquids in 6.1.6). As a consequence chemical compatibility of such tested design types would not be
verified for benzoyl chloride by reason of the inadequate test level of the design type with the standard
liquid "mixture of hydrocarbons". (Due to the fact that in the majority of cases the applied internal
hydraulic test pressure is not less than 100 kPa, the vapour pressure of benzoyl chloride would be
covered by such test level according to 4.1.1.10).
All components of a filling substance, which may be a solution, mixture or preparation, such as
wetting agents in detergents and disinfectants, irrespective whether dangerous or non-dangerous, shall
be included in the assimilation procedure.

Assimilation procedure

The following steps shall be taken to assign filling substances to listed substances or groups of
substances in table 4.1.1.21.6 (see also scheme in Figure 4.1.1.21.1):
(a) Classify the filling substance in accordance with the procedures and criteria of Part 2
(determination of the UN number and packing group);
(b) If it is included there, go to the UN number in column (1) of table 4.1.1.21.6;
(c) Select the line that corresponds in terms of packing group, concentration, flashpoint, the
presence of non-dangerous components etc. by means of the information given in columns
(2a), (2b) and (4), if there is more than one entry for this UN number.
If this is not possible, the chemical compatibility shall be verified in accordance with 6.1.5.2.5
or 6.1.5.2.7 for packagings, and in accordance with 6.5.6.3.3 or 6.5.6.3.6 for IBCs (however, in
the case of aqueous solutions, see 4.1.1.21.4);
(d) If the UN number and packing group of the filling substance determined in accordance with (a)
is not included in the assimilation list, the chemical compatibility shall be proved in
accordance with 6.1.5.2.5 or 6.1.5.2.7 for packagings, and in accordance with 6.5.6.3.3 or
6.5.6.3.6 for IBCs;
(e) Apply the "Rule for collective entries", as described in 4.1.1.21.5, if this is indicated in column
(5) of the selected line;
(f) The chemical compatibility of the filling substance may be regarded as verified taking into
account 4.1.1.21.1 and 4.1.1.21.2, if a standard liquid or a combination of standard liquids is
assimilated in column (5) and the design type is approved for that/those standard liquid(s).
Figure 4.1.1.21.1: Scheme for the assimilation of filling substances to standard liquids

Aqueous solutions

Aqueous solutions of substances and groups of substances assimilated to specific standard liquid(s) in
accordance with 4.1.1.21.3 may also be assimilated to that (those) standard liquid(s) provided the
following conditions are met:
(a) the aqueous solution can be assigned to the same UN number as the listed substance in
accordance with the criteria of 2.1.3.3, and
(b) the aqueous solution is not specifically mentioned by name otherwise in the assimilation list in
4.1.1.21.6, and
(c) no chemical reaction is taking place between the dangerous substance and the solvent water.
Example: Aqueous solutions of UN 1120 tert-Butanol:
- Pure tert-Butanol itself is assigned to the standard liquid "acetic acid" in the assimilation list.
- Aqueous solutions of tert-Butanol can be classified under the entry UN 1120 BUTANOLS in
accordance with 2.1.3.3, because the aqueous solution of tert-Butanol does not differ from the
entries of the pure substances relating to the class, the packing group(s) and the physical state.
Furthermore, the entry "1120 BUTANOLS" is not explicitly limited to the pure substances, and
aqueous solutions of these substances are not specifically mentioned by name otherwise in
Table A of chapter 3.2 as well as in the assimilation list.
- UN 1120 BUTANOLS do not react with water under normal conditions of carriage.
As a consequence, aqueous solutions of UN 1120 tert-Butanol may be assigned to the standard liquid
"acetic acid".

Rule for collective entries

For the assimilation of filling substances for which "Rule for collective entries" is indicated in column
(5), the following steps shall be taken and conditions be met (see also scheme in Figure 4.1.1.21.2):
(a) Perform the assimilation procedure for each dangerous component of the solution, mixture or
preparation in accordance with 4.1.1.21.3 taking into account the conditions in 4.1.1.21.2. In
the case of generic entries, components may be neglected, that are known to have no
damaging effect on high density polyethylene (e.g. solid pigments in UN 1263 PAINT or
PAINT RELATED MATERIAL);
(b) A solution, mixture or preparation cannot be assimilated to a standard liquid, if:
(i) the UN number and packing group of one or more of the dangerous components does
not appear in the assimilation list; or
(ii) "Rule for collective entries" is indicated in column (5) of the assimilation list for one
or more of the components; or
(iii) (with the exception of UN 2059 NITROCELLULOSE SOLUTION, FLAMMABLE)
the classification code of one or more of its dangerous components differs from that
of the solution, mixture or preparation.
(c) If all dangerous components are listed in the assimilation list, and its classification codes are
in accordance with the classification code of the solution, mixture or preparation itself, and
all dangerous components are assimilated to the same standard liquid or combination of
standard liquids in column (5), the chemical compatibility of the solution, mixture or
preparation may be regarded as verified taking into account 4.1.1.21.1 and 4.1.1.21.2;
(d) If all dangerous components are listed in the assimilation list and its classification codes are
in accordance with the classification code of the solution, mixture or preparation itself, but
different standard liquids are indicated in column (5), the chemical compatibility may only
be regarded as verified for the following combinations of standard liquids taking into
account 4.1.1.21.1 and 4.1.1.21.2:
(i) water/nitric acid 55%; with the exception of inorganic acids with the classification
code C1, which are assigned to standard liquid "water";
(ii) water/wetting solution;
(iii) water/acetic acid;
(iv) water/mixture of hydrocarbons;
(v) water/n-butyl acetate – n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution;
(e) In the scope of this rule, chemical compatibility is not regarded as verified for other
combinations of standard liquids than those specified in (d) and for all cases specified in (b).
In such cases the chemical compatibility shall be verified by other means (see 4.1.1.21.3 (d)).
Example 1: Mixture of UN 1940 THIOGLYCOLIC ACID (50%) and UN 2531 METHACRYLIC
ACID, STABILIZED (50%); classification of the mixture: UN 3265 CORROSIVE LIQUID, ACIDIC,
ORGANIC, N.O.S.
- Both the UN numbers of the components and the UN number of the mixture are included in the
assimilation list;
- Both the components and the mixture have the same classification code: C3;
- UN 1940 THIOGLYCOLIC ACID is assimilated to standard liquid "acetic acid", and UN 2531
METHACRYLIC ACID, STABILIZED is assimilated to standard liquid "n-butyl acetate/n-butyl
acetate-saturated wetting solution". According to paragraph (d) this is not an acceptable
combination of standard liquids. The chemical compatibility of the mixture has to be verified
by other means.
Example 2: Mixture of UN 1793 ISOPROPYL ACID PHOSPHATE (50%) and UN 1803
PHENOLSULPHONIC ACID, LIQUID (50%); classification of the mixture: UN 3265 CORROSIVE
LIQUID, ACIDIC, ORGANIC, N.O.S.
- Both the UN numbers of the components and the UN number of the mixture are included in the
assimilation list;
- Both the components and the mixture have the same classification code: C3;
- UN 1793 ISOPROPYL ACID PHOSPHATE is assimilated to standard liquid "wetting
solution", and UN 1803 PHENOLSULPHONIC ACID, LIQUID is assimilated to standard
liquid "water". According to paragraph (d) this is one of the acceptable combinations of
standard liquids. As a consequence the chemical compatibility may be regarded as verified for
this mixture, provided the packaging design type is approved for the standard liquids "wetting
solution" and "water".
 
 
 
Acceptable combinations of standard liquids:
- water/nitric acid (55%), with the exception of inorganic acids of classification code C1 which are assigned to
standard liquid "water";
- water/wetting solution;
- water/acetic acid;
- water/mixture of hydrocarbons;
- water/n-butyl acetate – n-butyl acetate saturated wetting solution
 
 

Assimilation list

In the following table (assimilation list) dangerous substances are listed in the numerical order of their
UN numbers. As a rule, each line deals with a dangerous substance, single entry or collective entry
covered by a specific UN number. However, several consecutive lines may be used for the same UN
number, if substances belonging to the same UN number have different names (e.g. individual
isomers of a group of substances), different chemical properties, different physical properties and/or
different transport conditions. In such cases the single entry or collective entry within the particular
packing group is the last one of such consecutive lines.
Columns (1) to (4) of table 4.1.1.21.6, following a structure similar to that of Table A of Chapter 3.2,
are used to identify the substance for the purpose of this sub-section. The last column indicates the
standard liquid(s) to which the substance can be assimilated.
Explanatory notes for each column:
Column (1) UN No.
Contains the UN number:
- of the dangerous substance, if the substance has been assigned its own specific UN number, or
- of the collective entry to which dangerous substances not listed by name have been assigned in
accordance with the criteria ("decision trees") of Part 2.
Column (2a) Proper shipping name or technical name
Contains the name of the substance, the name of the single entry, which may cover various isomers,
or the name of the collective entry itself.
The indicated name can deviate from the applicable proper shipping name.
Column (2b) Description
Contains a descriptive text to clarify the scope of the entry in those cases when the classification, the
transport conditions and/or the chemical compatibility of the substance may be variable.
Column (3a) Class
Contains the number of the class, whose heading covers the dangerous substance. This class number
is assigned in accordance with the procedures and criteria of Part 2.
Column (3b) Classification code
Contains the classification code of the dangerous substance in accordance with the procedures and
criteria of Part 2.
Column (4) Packing group
Contains the packing group number(s) (I, II or III) assigned to the dangerous substance in accordance
with the procedures and criteria of Part 2. Certain substances are not assigned to packing groups.
Column (5) Standard liquid
This column indicates, as definite information, either a standard liquid or a combination of standard
liquids to which the substance can be assimilated, or a reference to the rule for collective entries in
4.1.1.21.5.
 
 
Table 4.1.1.21.6: Assimilation list
 

 

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

1090

Acetone

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons Remark: applicable only, if it is proved that the permeability of the substance out of the package intended for carriage has an acceptable level

1093

Acrylonitrile, stabilized

 

3

FT1

I

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1104

Amyl acetates

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1105

Pentanols

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II/III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1106

Amylamines

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

FC

II/III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1109

Amyl formates

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1120

Butanols

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II/III

Acetic acid

1123

Butyl acetates

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II/III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1125

n-Butylamine

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1128

n-Butyl formate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1129

Butyraldehyde

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1133

Adhesives

containing flammable liquid

3

F1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1139

Coating solution

includes surface treatments or coatings used for industrial or other purposes such as vehicle under coating, drum or barrel lining

3

F1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1145

Cyclohexane

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1146

Cyclopentane

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1153

Ethylene glycol diethyl ether

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

1154

Diethylamine

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1158

Diisopropylamine

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

1160

Dimethylamine aqueous solution

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1165

Dioxane

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1169

Extracts, aromatic, liquid

 

3

F1

II/III

Rule for collective entries

1170

Ethanol or Ethanol solution

aqueous solution

3

F1

II/III

Acetic acid

1171

Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

1172

Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

1173

Ethyl acetate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1177

2-Ethylbutyl acetate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1178

2-Ethylbutyraldehyde

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1180

Ethyl butyrate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1188

Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

1189

Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

1190

Ethyl formate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1191

Octyl aldehydes

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1192

Ethyl lactate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1195

Ethyl propionate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1197

Extracts, flavouring, liquid

 

3

F1

II/III

Rule for collective entries

1198

Formaldehyde solution, flammable

aqueous solution, flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

3

FC

III

Acetic acid

1202

Diesel fuel

complying with

EN 590:2013 + AC:2014 or

with a flashpoint not more than 100 °C

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

1202

Gas oil

flashpoint not more than 100 °C

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1202

Heating oil, light

extra light

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1202

Heating oil, light

complying with

EN 590:2013 + AC:2014 or

with a flashpoint not more than 100 °C

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1203

Motor spirit, or gasoline, or petrol

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1206

Heptanes

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1207

Hexaldehyde

n-Hexaldehyde

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1208

Hexanes

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1210

Printing ink

or

Printing ink related material

flammable, including printing ink thinning or reducing compound

3

F1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1212

Isobutanol

 

3

F1

III

Acetic acid

1213

Isobutyl acetate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1214

Isobutylamine

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1216

Isooctenes

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1219

Isopropanol

 

3

F1

II

Acetic acid

1220

Isopropyl acetate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1221

Isopropylamine

 

3

FC

I

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1223

Kerosene

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1224

3,3-Dimethyl-2-butanone

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1224

Ketones, liquid, n.o.s.

 

3

F1

II/III

Rule for collective entries

1230

Methanol

 

3

FT1

II

Acetic acid

1231

Methyl acetate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1233

Methylamyl acetate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1235

Methylamine, aqueous solution

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1237

Methyl butyrate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1247

Methyl methacrylate monomer, stabilized

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1248

Methyl propionate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

1262

Octanes

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1263

Paint

or

Paint related material

including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac, varnish, polish, liquid filler and liquid lacquer base

or

including paint thinning and reducing compound

3

F1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1265

Pentanes

n-Pentane

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1266

Perfumery products

with flammable solvents

3

F1

II/III

Rule for collective entries

1268

Coal tar naphtha

vapour pressure at 50 °C not more than 110 kPa

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1268

Petroleum distillates, n.o.s.

or

Petroleum products, n.o.s.

 

3

F1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1274

n-Propanol

 

3

F1

II/III

Acetic acid

1275

Propionaldehyde

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1276

n-Propyl acetate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1277

Propylamine

n-Propylamine

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1281

Propyl formates

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1282

Pyridine

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1286

Rosin oil

 

3

F1

II/III

Rule for collective entries

1287

Rubber solution

 

3

F1

II/III

Rule for collective entries

1296

Triethylamine

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1297

Trimethylamine, aqueous solution

not more than 50% trimethylamine, by mass

3

FC

I/II/III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1301

Vinyl acetate, stabilized

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1306

Wood preservatives, liquid

 

3

F1

II/III

Rule for collective entries

1547

Aniline

 

6.1

T1

II

Acetic acid

1590

Dichloroanilinesliquid

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

6.1

T1

II

Acetic acid

1602

Dye, liquid, toxic, n.o.s.

or

Dye intermediate, liquid, toxic, n.o.s.

 

6.1

T1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1604

Ethylenediamine

 

8

CF1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1715

Acetic anhydride

 

8

CF1

II

Acetic acid

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

1717

Acetyl chloride

 

3

FC

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1718

Butyl acid phosphate

 

8

C3

III

Wetting solution

1719

Hydrogen sulphide

aqueous solution

8

C5

III

Acetic acid

1719

Caustic alkali liquid, n.o.s.

inorganic

8

C5

II/III

Rule for collective entries

1730

Antimony pentachloride, liquid

pure

8

C1

II

Water

1736

Benzoyl chloride

 

8

C3

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1750

Chloroacetic acid solution

aqueous solution

6.1

TC1

II

Acetic acid

1750

Chloroacetic acid solution

mixtures of mono- and dichloroacetic acid

6.1

TC1

II

Acetic acid

1752

Chloroacetyl chloride

 

6.1

TC1

I

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1755

Chromic acid solution

aqueous solution with not more than 30% chromic acid

8

C1

II/III

Nitric acid

1760

Cyanamide

aqueous solution with not more than 50% cyanamide

8

C9

II

Water

1760

O,O-Diethyl- dithiophosphoric acid

 

8

C9

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1760

O,O-Diisopropyl- dithiophosphoric acid

 

8

C9

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1760

O,O-Di-n-propyl- dithiophosphoric acid

 

8

C9

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1760

Corrosive liquid, n.o.s.

flashpoint more than 60 °C

8

C9

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1761

Cupriethylenediamine solution

aqueous solution

8

CT1

II/III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1764

Dichloroacetic acid

 

8

C3

II

Acetic acid

1775

Fluoroboric acid

aqueous solution with not more than 50% fluoroboric acid

8

C1

II

Water

1778

Fluorosilicic acid

 

8

C1

II

Water

1779

Formic acid

with more than 85% acid by mass

8

C3

II

Acetic acid

1783

Hexamethylenediamine solution

aqueous solution

8

C7

II/III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

1787

Hydriodic acid

aqueous solution

8

C1

II/III

Water

1788

Hydrobromic acid

aqueous solution

8

C1

II/III

Water

1789

Hydrochloric acid

not more than 38% aqueous solution

8

C1

II/III

Water

1790

Hydrofluoric acid

with not more than 60% hydrofluoric acid

8

CT1

II

Water

the permissible period of use: not more than 2 years

1791

Hypochlorite solution

aqueous solution, containing wetting agents as customary in trade

8

C9

II/III

Nitric acid

and

wetting solution *

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

1791

Hypochlorite solution

aqueous solution

8

C9

II/III

Nitric acid *

For UN 1791: Test to be carried out only with vent. If the test is carried out with nitric acid as the standard liquid, an acid-resistant vent and gasket shall be used. If the test is carried out with hypochlorite solutions themselves, vents and gaskets of the same design type, resistant to hypochlorite (e.g. of silicone rubber) but not resistant to nitric acid, are also permitted.

1793

Isopropyl acid phosphate

 

8

C3

III

Wetting solution

1802

Perchloric acid

aqueous solution with not more than 50% acid, by mass

8

CO1

II

Water

1803

Phenolsulphonic acid, liquid

isomeric mixture

8

C3

II

Water

1805

Phosphoric acid, solution

 

8

C1

III

Water

1814

Potassium hydroxide solution

aqueous solution

8

C5

II/III

Water

1824

Sodium hydroxide solution

aqueous solution

8

C5

II/III

Water

1830

Sulphuric acid

with more than 51% pure acid

8

C1

II

Water

1832

Sulphuric acid, spent

chemical stable

8

C1

II

Water

1833

Sulphurous acid

 

8

C1

II

Water

1835

Tetramethylammonium hydroxide, solution

aqueous solution, flashpoint more than 60 °C

8

C7

II

Water

1840

Zinc chloride solution

aqueous solution

8

C1

III

Water

1848

Propionic acid

with not less than 10% and less than 90% acid by mass

8

C3

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1862

Ethyl crotonate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1863

Fuel, aviation, turbine engine

 

3

F1

I/II/III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1866

Resin solution

flammable

3

F1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1902

Diisooctyl acid phosphate

 

8

C3

III

Wetting solution

1906

Sludge acid

 

8

C1

II

Nitric acid

1908

Chlorite solution

aqueous solution

8

C9

II/III

Acetic acid

1914

Butyl propionates

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1915

Cyclohexanone

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1917

Ethyl acrylate, stabilized

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1919

Methyl acrylate, stabilized

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1920

Nonanes

pure isomers and isomeric mixture, flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1935

Cyanide solution, n.o.s.

inorganic

6.1

T4

I/II/III

Water

1940

Thioglycolic acid

 

8

C3

II

Acetic acid

1986

Alcohols, flammable, toxic, n.o.s.

 

3

FT1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1987

Cyclohexanol

technical pure

3

F1

III

Acetic acid

1987

Alcohols, n.o.s.

 

3

F1

II/III

Rule for collective entries

1988

Aldehydes, flammable, toxic, n.o.s.

 

3

FT1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

1989

Aldehydes, n.o.s.

 

3

F1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1992

2,6-cis-Dimethyl- morpholine

 

3

FT1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

1992

Flammable liquid, toxic, n.o.s.

 

3

FT1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

1993

Propionic acid vinyl ester

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1993

(1-Methoxy-2-propyl) acetate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

1993

Flammable liquid, n.o.s.

 

3

F1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

2014

Hydrogen peroxide, aqueous solution

with not less than 20% but not more than 60% hydrogen peroxide, stabilized as necessary

5.1

OC1

II

Nitric acid

2022

Cresylic acid

liquid mixture containing cresols, xylenols and methyl phenols

6.1

TC1

II

Acetic acid

2030

Hydrazine aqueous solution

with not less than 37% but not more than 64% hydrazine, by mass

8

CT1

II

Water

2030

Hydrazine hydrate

aqueous solution with 64% hydrazine

8

CT1

II

Water

2031

Nitric acid

other than red fuming, with not more than 55% pure acid

8

CO1

II

Nitric acid

2045

Isobutyraldehyde

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2050

Diisobutylene isomeric compounds

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2053

Methyl isobutyl carbinol

 

3

F1

III

Acetic acid

2054

Morpholine

 

8

CF1

I

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2057

Tripropylene

 

3

F1

II/III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2058

Valeraldehyde

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2059

Nitrocellulose solution, flammable

 

3

D

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries: Deviating from the general procedure this rule may be applied to solvents of classification code F1

2075

Chloral, anhydrous, stabilized

 

6.1

T1

II

Wetting solution

2076

Cresols, liquid

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

6.1

TC1

II

Acetic acid

2078

Toluene diisocyanate

liquid

6.1

T1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2079

Diethylenetriamine

 

8

C7

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2209

Formaldehyde solution

aqueous solution with 37% Form-aldehyde, methanol content: 8-10%

8

C9

III

Acetic acid

2209

Formaldehyde solution

aqueous solution, with not less than 25% formaldehyde

8

C9

III

Water

2218

Acrylic acid, stabilized

 

8

CF1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

2227

n-Butyl methacrylate, stabilized

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2235

Chlorobenzyl chlorides, liquid

para-Chlorobenzyl chloride

6.1

T2

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2241

Cycloheptane

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2242

Cycloheptene

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2243

Cyclohexyl acetate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2244

Cyclopentanol

 

3

F1

III

Acetic acid

2245

Cyclopentanone

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2247

n-Decane

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2248

Di-n-butylamine

 

8

CF1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2258

1,2-Propylenediamine

 

8

CF1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2259

Triethylenetetramine

 

8

C7

II

Water

2260

Tripropylamine

 

3

FC

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2263

Dimethylcyclohexanes

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2264

N,N-Dimethyl- cyclohexylamine

 

8

CF1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2265

N,N-Dimethyl-formamide

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2266

Dimethyl-N-propylamine

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2269

3,3'-Imino-dipropylamine

 

8

C7

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2270

Ethylamine, aqueous solution

with not less than 50% but not more than 70% ethylamine, flashpoint below 23 °C, corrosive or slightly corrosive

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2275

2-Ethylbutanol

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2276

2-Ethylhexylamine

 

3

FC

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2277

Ethyl methacrylate, stabilized

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2278

n-Heptene

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2282

Hexanols

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2283

Isobutyl methacrylate, stabilized

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

2286

Pentamethylheptane

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2287

Isoheptenes

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2288

Isohexenes

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2289

Isophoronediamine

 

8

C7

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2293

4-Methoxy-4-methyl- pentan-2-one

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2296

Methylcyclohexane

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2297

Methylcyclohexanone

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2298

Methylcyclopentane

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2302

5-Methylhexan-2-one

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2308

Nitrosylsulphuric acid, liquid

 

8

C1

II

Water

2309

Octadienes

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2313

Picolines

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2317

Sodium cuprocyanide solution

aqueous solution

6.1

T4

I

Water

2320

Tetraethylenepentamine

 

8

C7

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2324

Triisobutylene

mixture of C12-mono- olefines, flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2326

Trimethyl- cyclohexylamine

 

8

C7

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2327

Trimethylhexamethylene- diamines

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

8

C7

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2330

Undecane

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2336

Allyl formate

 

3

FT1

I

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2348

Butyl acrylates, stabilized

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2357

Cyclohexylamine

flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

8

CF1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2361

Diisobutylamine

 

3

FC

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2366

Diethyl carbonate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2367

alpha-Methyl- valeraldehyde

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2370

1-Hexene

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2372

1,2-Di-(dimethylamino)- ethane

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

2379

1,3-Dimethylbutylamine

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2383

Dipropylamine

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2385

Ethyl isobutyrate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2393

Isobutyl formate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2394

Isobutyl propionate

flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2396

Methacrylaldehyde, stabilized

 

3

FT1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2400

Methyl isovalerate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2401

Piperidine

 

8

CF1

I

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2403

Isopropenyl acetate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2405

Isopropyl butyrate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2406

Isopropyl isobutyrate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2409

Isopropyl propionate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2410

1,2,3,6-Tetrahydro- pyridine

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2427

Potassium chlorate, aqueous solution

 

5.1

O1

II/III

Water

2428

Sodium chlorate, aqueous solution

 

5.1

O1

II/III

Water

2429

Calcium chlorate, aqueous solution

 

5.1

O1

II/III

Water

2436

Thioacetic acid

 

3

F1

II

Acetic acid

2457

2,3-Dimethylbutane

 

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2491

Ethanolamine

 

8

C7

III

Wetting solution

2491

Ethanolamine solution

aqueous solution

8

C7

III

Wetting solution

2496

Propionic anhydride

 

8

C3

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2524

Ethyl orthoformate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2526

Furfurylamine

 

3

FC

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

2527

Isobutyl acrylate, stabilized

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2528

Isobutyl isobutyrate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2529

Isobutyric acid

 

3

FC

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2531

Methacrylic acid, stabilized

 

8

C3

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2542

Tributylamine

 

6.1

T1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2560

2-Methylpentan-2-ol

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2564

Trichloroacetic acid solution

aqueous solution

8

C3

II/III

Acetic acid

2565

Dicyclohexylamine

 

8

C7

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2571

Ethylsulphuric acid

 

8

C3

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2571

Alkylsulphuric acids

 

8

C3

II

Rule for collective entries

2580

Aluminium bromide solution

aqueous solution

8

C1

III

Water

2581

Aluminium chloride solution

aqueous solution

8

C1

III

Water

2582

Ferric chloride solution

aqueous solution

8

C1

III

Water

2584

Methane sulphonic acid

with more than 5% free sulphuric acid

8

C1

II

Water

2584

Alkylsulphonic acids, liquid

with more than 5% free sulphuric acid

8

C1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2584

Benzene sulphonic acid

with more than 5% free sulphuric acid

8

C1

II

Water

2584

Toluene sulphonic acids

with more than 5% free sulphuric acid

8

C1

II

Water

2584

Arylsulphonic acids, liquid

with more than 5% free sulphuric acid

8

C1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2586

Methane sulfonic acid

with not more than 5% free sulphuric acid

8

C1

III

Water

2586

Alkylsulphonic acids, liquid

with not more than 5% free sulphuric acid

8

C1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2586

Benzene sulphonic acid

with not more than 5% free sulphuric acid

8

C1

III

Water

2586

Toluene sulphonic acids

with not more than 5% free sulphuric acid

8

C1

III

Water

2586

Arylsulphonic acids, liquid

with not more than 5% free sulphuric acid

8

C1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2610

Triallylamine

 

3

FC

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

2614

Methallyl alcohol

 

3

F1

III

Acetic acid

2617

Methylcyclohexanols

pure isomers and isomeric mixture, flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

3

F1

III

Acetic acid

2619

Benzyldimethylamine

 

8

CF1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2620

Amyl butyrates

pure isomers and isomeric mixture, flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2622

Glycidaldehyde

flashpoint below 23 °C

3

FT1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2626

Chloric acid, aqueous solution

with not more than 10% chloric acid

5.1

O1

II

Nitric acid

2656

Quinoline

flashpoint more than 60 °C

6.1

T1

III

Water

2672

Ammonia solution

relative density between 0.880 and 0.957 at 15 °C in water, with more than 10% but not more than 35% ammonia

8

C5

III

Water

2683

Ammonium sulphide solution

aqueous solution, flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

8

CFT

II

Acetic acid

2684

3-Diethylamino- propylamine

 

3

FC

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2685

N,N-Diethylethylene- diamine

 

8

CF1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2693

Bisulphites, aqueous solution, n.o.s.

inorganic

8

C1

III

Water

2707

Dimethyldioxanes

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

3

F1

II/III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2733

Amines, flammable, corrosive , n.o.s.

or

Polyamines, flammable, corrosive, n.o.s.

 

3

FC

I/II/III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2734

Di-sec-butylamine

 

8

CF1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2734

Amines, liquid, corrosive, flammable, n.o.s.

or

Polyamines, liquid, corrosive, flammable, n.o.s.

 

8

CF1

I/II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2735

Amines, liquid, corrosive, n.o.s.

or

Polyamines, liquid, corrosive, n.o.s.

 

8

C7

I/II/III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2739

Butyric anhydride

 

8

C3

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2789

Acetic acid, glacial

or

Acetic acid solution

aqueous solution, more than 80% acid, by mass

8

CF1

II

Acetic acid

2790

Acetic acid solution

aqueous solution, more than 10% but not more than 80% acid, by mass

8

C3

II/III

Acetic acid

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

2796

Sulphuric acid

with not more than 51% pure acid

8

C1

II

Water

2797

Battery fluid, alkali

Potassium/Sodium hydroxide, aqueous solution

8

C5

II

Water

2810

2-Chloro-6-fluorobenzyl chloride

stabilized

6.1

T1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2810

2-Phenylethanol

 

6.1

T1

III

Acetic acid

2810

Ethylene glycol monohexyl ether

 

6.1

T1

III

Acetic acid

2810

Toxic liquid, organic, n.o.s.

 

6.1

T1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

2815

N-Aminoethylpiperazine

 

8

CT1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2818

Ammonium polysulphide solution

aqueous solution

8

CT1

II/III

Acetic acid

2819

Amyl acid phosphate

 

8

C3

III

Wetting solution

2820

Butyric acid

n-Butyric acid

8

C3

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2821

Phenol solution

aqueous solution, toxic, non- alkaline

6.1

T1

II/III

Acetic acid

2829

Caproic acid

n-Caproic acid

8

C3

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2837

Bisulphates, aqueous solution

 

8

C1

II/III

Water

2838

Vinyl butyrate, stabilized

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2841

Di-n-amylamine

 

3

FT1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2850

Propylene tetramer

mixture of C12- monoolefines, flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2873

Dibutylaminoethanol

N,N-Di-n-

butylaminoethanol

6.1

T1

III

Acetic acid

2874

Furfuryl alcohol

 

6.1

T1

III

Acetic acid

2920

O,O-Diethyl- dithiophosphoric acid

flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

8

CF1

II

n-Butylacetate/

n-Butylacetate-saturated wetting solution

2920

O,O-Dimethyl- dithiophosphoric acid

flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

8

CF1

II

Wetting solution

2920

Hydrogen bromide

33% solution in glacial acetic acid

8

CF1

II

Wetting solution

2920

Tetramethylammonium hydroxide

aqueous solution, flashpoint between 23 °C and 60 °C

8

CF1

II

Water

2920

Corrosive liquid, flammable, n.o.s.

 

8

CF1

I/II

Rule for collective entries

2922

Ammonium sulphide

aqueous solution, flashpoint more than 60 °C

8

CT1

II

Water

2922

Cresols

aqueous alkaline solution, mixture of sodium and potassium cresolate,

8

CT1

II

Acetic acid

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

2922

Phenol

aqueous alkaline solution, mixture of sodium and potassium phenolate

8

CT1

II

Acetic acid

2922

Sodium hydrogen difluoride

aqueous solution

8

CT1

III

Water

2922

Corrosive liquid, toxic, n.o.s.

 

8

CT1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

2924

Flammable liquid, corrosive, n.o.s.

slightly corrosive

3

FC

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

2927

Toxic liquid, corrosive, organic, n.o.s.

 

6.1

TC1

I/II

Rule for collective entries

2933

Methyl 2-chloro- propionate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2934

Isopropyl 2-chloro- propionate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2935

Ethyl 2-chloropropionate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2936

Thiolactic acid

 

6.1

T1

II

Acetic acid

2941

Fluoroanilines

pure isomers and isomeric mixture

6.1

T1

III

Acetic acid

2943

Tetrahydrofurfurylamine

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

2945

N-Methylbutylamine

 

3

FC

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2946

2-Amino-5-diethyl- aminopentane

 

6.1

T1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

2947

Isopropyl chloroacetate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

2984

Hydrogen peroxide, aqueous solution

with not less than 8% but less than 20% hydrogen peroxide, stabilized as necessary

5.1

O1

III

Nitric acid

3056

n-Heptaldehyde

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3065

Alcoholic beverages

with more than 24% alcohol by volume

3

F1

II/III

Acetic acid

3066

Paint

or

Paint related material

including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac, varnish, polish, liquid filler and liquid lacquer base

or

including paint thinning and reducing compound

8

C9

II/III

Rule for collective entries

3079

Methacrylonitrile, stabilized

 

6.1

TF1

I

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3082

sec-Alcohol C6-C17 poly (3-6) ethoxylate

 

9

M6

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

3082

Alcohol C12-C15 poly (1-3) ethoxylate

 

9

M6

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Alcohol C13-C15 poly (1-6) ethoxylate

 

9

M6

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Aviation turbine fuel JP-5

flashpoint more than 60 °C

9

M6

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Aviation turbine fuel JP-7

flashpoint more than 60 °C

9

M6

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Coal tar

flashpoint more than 60 °C

9

M6

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Coal tar naphtha

flashpoint more than 60 °C

9

M6

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Creosote produced of coal tar

flashpoint more than 60 °C

9

M6

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Creosote produced of wood tar

flashpoint more than 60 °C

9

M6

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Cresyl diphenyl phosphate

 

9

M6

III

Wetting solution

3082

Decyl acrylate

 

9

M6

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Diisobutyl phthalate

 

9

M6

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Di-n-butyl phthalate

 

9

M6

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Hydrocarbons

liquid, flashpoint more than 60 °C, environmentally hazardous

9

M6

III

Rule for collective entries

3082

Isodecyl diphenyl phosphate

 

9

M6

III

Wetting solution

3082

Methylnaphthalenes

isomeric mixture, liquid

9

M6

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3082

Triaryl phosphates

n.o.s.

9

M6

III

Wetting solution

3082

Tricresyl phosphate

with not more than 3% ortho-isomer

9

M6

III

Wetting solution

3082

Trixylenyl phosphate

 

9

M6

III

Wetting solution

3082

Zinc alkyl dithiophosphate

C3-C14

9

M6

III

Wetting solution

3082

Zinc aryl dithiophosphate

C7-C16

9

M6

III

Wetting solution

3082

Environmentally hazardous substance, liquid, n.o.s.

 

9

M6

III

Rule for collective entries

3099

Oxidizing liquid, toxic, n.o.s.

 

5.1

OT1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

3101

3103

3105

3107

3109

3111

3113

3115

3117

3119

Organic Peroxide, Type B,

C, D, E or F, liquid

or

Organic Peroxide, Type B, C, D, E or F, liquid, temperature controlled

 

5.2

P1

 

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

and

mixture of hydrocarbons

and

nitric acid**

** For UN Nos. 3101, 3103, 3105, 3107, 3109, 3111, 3113, 3115, 3117, 3119 (tert-butyl hydroperoxide with more than 40% peroxide content and peroxyacetic acids are excluded): All organic peroxides in a technically pure form or in solution in solvents which, as far as their compatibility is concerned, are covered by the standard liquid "mixture of hydrocarbons" in this list. Compatibility of vents and gaskets with organic peroxides may be verified, also independently of the design type test, by laboratory tests with nitric acid.

3145

Butylphenols

liquid, n.o.s.

8

C3

I/II/III

Acetic acid

3145

Alkylphenols, liquid, n.o.s.

including C2 to C12 homologues

8

C3

I/II/III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3149

Hydrogen peroxide and peroxyacetic acid mixture, stabilized

with UN 2790 acetic acid, UN 2796 sulphuric acid and/or UN 1805 phosphoric acid, water and not more than 5% peroxyacetic acid

5.1

OC1

II

Wetting solution

and

nitric acid

3210

Chlorates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.o.s.

 

5.1

O1

II/III

Water

3211

Perchlorates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.o.s.

 

5.1

O1

II/III

Water

3213

Bromates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.o.s.

 

5.1

O1

II/III

Water

3214

Permanganates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.o.s.

 

5.1

O1

II

Water

3216

Persulphates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.o.s.

 

5.1

O1

III

Wetting solution

3218

Nitrates, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.o.s.

 

5.1

O1

II/III

Water

3219

Nitrites, inorganic, aqueous solution, n.o.s.

 

5.1

O1

II/III

Water

3264

Cupric chloride

aqueous solution, slightly corrosive

8

C1

III

Water

3264

Hydroxylamine sulphate

25% aqueous solution

8

C1

III

Water

3264

Phosphorous acid

aqueous solution

8

C1

III

Water

3264

Corrosive liquid, acidic, inorganic, n.o.s.

flashpoint more than 60 °C

8

C1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries; not applicable to mixtures having components of UN Nos.: 1830, 1832, 1906 and

2308

3265

Methoxyacetic acid

 

8

C3

I

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3265

Allyl succinic acid anhydride

 

8

C3

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3265

Dithioglycolic acid

 

8

C3

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

3265

Butyl phosphate

mixture of mono- and di- butyl phosphate

8

C3

III

Wetting solution

3265

Caprylic acid

 

8

C3

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3265

Isovaleric acid

 

8

C3

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3265

Pelargonic acid

 

8

C3

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3265

Pyruvic acid

 

8

C3

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3265

Valeric acid

 

8

C3

III

Acetic acid

3265

Corrosive liquid, acidic, organic, n.o.s.

flashpoint more than 60 °C

8

C3

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

3266

Sodium hydrosulphide

aqueous solution

8

C5

II

Acetic acid

3266

Sodium sulphide

aqueous solution, slightly corrosive

8

C5

III

Acetic acid

3266

Corrosive liquid, basic, inorganic, n.o.s.

flashpoint more than 60 °C

8

C5

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

3267

2,2'-(Butylimino)- bisethanol

 

8

C7

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

and

wetting solution

3267

Corrosive liquid, basic, organic, n.o.s.

flashpoint more than 60 °C

8

C7

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

3271

Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether

flashpoint 60 °C

3

F1

III

Acetic acid

3271

Ether, n.o.s.

 

3

F1

II/III

Rule for collective entries

3272

Acrylic acid tert-butyl ester

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3272

Isobutyl propionate

flashpoint below 23 °C

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3272

Methyl valerate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3272

Trimethyl ortho-formate

 

3

F1

II

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3272

Ethyl valerate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3272

Isobutyl isovalerate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3272

n-Amyl propionate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3272

n-Butylbutyrate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3272

Methyl lactate

 

3

F1

III

n-Butyl acetate/

n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution

3272

Ester, n.o.s.

 

3

F1

II/III

Rule for collective entries

UN

No.

Proper shipping name

or technical name

Description

Class

Classifi- cation Code

Packing group

Standard liquid

3.1.2

3.1.2

2.2

2.2

2.1.1.3

(1)

(2a)

(2b)

(3a)

(3b)

(4)

(5)

3287

Sodium nitrite

40% aqueous solution

6.1

T4

III

Water

3287

Toxic liquid, inorganic, n.o.s.

 

6.1

T4

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

3291

Clinical waste, unspecified, n.o.s.

liquid

6.2

I3

II

Water

3293

Hydrazine, aqueous solution

with not more than 37% hydrazine, by mass

6.1

T4

III

Water

3295

Heptenes

n.o.s

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3295

Nonanes

flashpoint below 23 °C

3

F1

II

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3295

Decanes

n.o.s

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3295

1,2,3-Trimethylbenzene

 

3

F1

III

Mixture of hydrocarbons

3295

Hydrocarbons, liquid, n.o.s.

 

3

F1

I/II/III

Rule for collective entries

3405

Barium chlorate, solution

aqueous solution

5.1

OT1

II/III

Water

3406

Barium perchlorate, solution

aqueous solution

5.1

OT1

II/III

Water

3408

Lead perchlorate, solution

aqueous solution

5.1

OT1

II/III

Water

3413

Potassium cyanide, solution

aqueous solution

6.1

T4

I/II/III

Water

3414

Sodium cyanide, solution

aqueous solution

6.1

T4

I/II/III

Water

3415

Sodium fluoride, solution

aqueous solution

6.1

T4

III

Water

3422

Potassium fluoride, solution

aqueous solution

6.1

T4

III

Water

 

Additional general provisions for the use of IBCs

When IBCs are used for the carriage of liquids with a flash-point of 60 °C (closed cup) or lower, or of
powders liable to dust explosion, measures shall be taken to prevent a dangerous electrostatic
discharge.
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