Unpackaged articles other than Class 1 articles

Where large and robust articles cannot be packaged in accordance with the requirements of Chapters
6.1 or 6.6 and they have to be carried empty, uncleaned and unpackaged, the competent authority of
the country of origin2 may approve such carriage. In doing so the competent authority shall take into
account that:
(a) Large and robust articles shall be strong enough to withstand the shocks and loadings normally
encountered during carriage including trans-shipment between cargo transport units and
between cargo transport units and warehouses, as well as any removal from a pallet for
subsequent manual or mechanical handling;
(b) All closures and openings shall be sealed so that there can be no loss of contents which might
be caused under normal conditions of carriage, by vibration, or by changes in temperature,
humidity or pressure (resulting from altitude, for example). No dangerous residue shall adhere
to the outside of the large and robust articles;
(c) Parts of large and robust articles, which are in direct contact with dangerous goods:
(i) shall not be affected or significantly weakened by those dangerous goods; and
(ii) shall not cause a dangerous effect e.g. catalysing a reaction or reacting with the
dangerous goods;
(d) Large and robust articles containing liquids shall be stowed and secured to ensure that neither
leakage nor permanent distortion of the article occurs during carriage;
(e) They shall be fixed in cradles or crates or other handling devices or to the cargo transport unit
in such a way that they will not become loose during normal conditions of carriage.
 
2 If the country of origin is not a contracting party to ADR, the competent authority of the first country contracting
party to the ADR reached by the consignment.
 
 
 

Unpackaged articles approved by the competent authority in accordance with the provisions of
4.1.3.8.1 shall be subject to the consignment procedures of Part 5. In addition the consignor of such
articles shall ensure that a copy of any such approval is attached to the transport document.
NOTE: A large and robust article may include flexible fuel containment systems, military equipment,
machinery or equipment containing dangerous goods above the limited quantities according to 3.4.1.

List of packing instructions

NOTE: Although the following packing instructions use the same numbering system as used in the
IMDG Code and the UN Model Regulations, readers should be aware that some of the details may be
different in the case of ADR.

Packing instructions concerning the use of packagings (except IBCs and large packagings)

 
 

P001 PACKING INSTRUCTION (LIQUIDS) P001

The following packagings are authorized provided the general provisions of 4.1.1 and 4.1.3 are met:

Combination packagings:

Maximum capacity/Net mass (see 4.1.3.3)

Inner packagings

Outer packagings

Packing group I

Packing group II

Packing group III

 

Drums

     

Glass 10 l

steel (1A1, 1A2)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

Plastics 30 l

aluminium (1B1, 1B2)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

Metal 40 l

other metal (1N1, 1N2)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

plywood (1D)

150 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

fibre (1G)

75 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

Boxes

     
 

steel (4A)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

aluminium (4B)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

other metal (4N)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

natural wood (4C1, 4C2)

150 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

plywood (4D)

150 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

reconstituted wood (4F)

75 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

fibreboard (4G)

75 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

expanded plastics (4H1)

60 kg

60 kg

60 kg

 

solid plastics (4H2)

150 kg

400 kg

400 kg

 

Jerricans

     
 

steel (3A1, 3A2)

120 kg

120 kg

120 kg

 

aluminium (3B1, 3B2)

120 kg

120 kg

120 kg

 

plastics (3H1, 3H2)

120 kg

120 kg

120 kg

Single packagings:

Drums

       

steel, non-removable head (1A1)

250 l

450 l

450 l

steel, removable head (1A2)

250 a

450 l

450 l

aluminium, non-removable head (1B1)

250 l

450 l

450 l

aluminium, removable head (1B2)

250 a

450 l

450 l

metal other than steel or aluminium, non- removable head (1N1)

250 l

450 l

450 l

metal other than steel or aluminium, removable head (1N2)

250 a

450 l

450 l

plastics, non-removable head (1H1)

250 l

450 l

450 l

plastics, removable head (1H2)

250 a

450 l

450 l

Jerricans

       

steel, non-removable head (3A1)

60 l

60 l

60 l

steel, removable head (3A2)

60 a

60 l

60 l

aluminium, non-removable head (3B1)

60 l

60 l

60 l

aluminium, removable head (3B2)

60 a

60 l

60 l

plastics, non-removable head (3H1)

60 l

60 l

60 l

plastics, removable head (3H2)

60 a

60 l

60 l

Only substances with a viscosity of more than 2 680 mm2/s are authorized.

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P001 PACKING INSTRUCTION (LIQUIDS) (cont’d) P001

Single packagings (cont’d)

Maximum capacity/Net mass (see 4.1.3.3)

Composite packagings

Packing group I

Packing group II

Packing group III

plastics receptacle with outer steel or aluminium drum (6HA1, 6HB1)

250 l

250 l

250 l

plastics receptacle with outer fibre, plastics or plywood drum (6HG1, 6HH1, 6HD1)

120 l

250 l

250 l

plastics receptacle with outer steel or aluminium crate or box or plastics receptacle with outer wooden, plywood, fibreboard or solid plastics box (6HA2, 6HB2, 6HC, 6HD2, 6HG2

or 6HH2)

60 l

60 l

60 l

glass receptacle with outer steel, aluminium, fibreboard, plywood, solid plastics or expanded plastics drum (6PA1, 6PB1, 6PG1, 6PD1, 6PH1 or 6PH2) or with outer steel or aluminium crate or box or with outer wooden or fibreboard box or with outer wickerwork hamper (6PA2, 6PB2, 6PC, 6PG2 or 6PD2)

60 l

60 l

60 l

Pressure receptacles, provided that the general provisions of 4.1.3.6 are met.

Additional requirement:

For substances of Class 3, packing group III, which give off small quantities of carbon dioxide or nitrogen, the packagings shall be vented.

Special packing provisions:

PP1 For UN Nos. 1133, 1210, 1263 and 1866 and for adhesives, printing inks, printing ink related materials, paints, paint related materials and resin solutions which are assigned to UN 3082, metal or plastics packagings for substances of packing groups II and III in quantities of 5 litres or less per packaging are not required to meet the performance tests in Chapter 6.1 when carried:

  1. in palletized loads, a pallet box or unit load device, e.g. individual packagings placed or stacked and secured by strapping, shrink or stretch-wrapping or other suitable means to a pallet; or

  2. as inner packagings of combination packagings with a maximum net mass of 40 kg.

PP2 For UN 3065, wooden barrels with a maximum capacity of 250 litres and which do not meet the provisions of Chapter 6.1 may be used.

PP4 For UN No. 1774, packagings shall meet the packing group II performance level.

PP5 For UN No. 1204, packagings shall be so constructed that explosion is not possible by reason of increased internal pressure. Cylinders, tubes and pressure drums shall not be used for these substances.

PP6 (Deleted)

PP10 For UN No. 1791, packing group II, the packaging shall be vented.

PP31 For UN No. 1131, packagings shall be hermetically sealed.

PP33 For UN No. 1308, packing groups I and II, only combination packagings with a maximum gross mass of 75 kg allowed.

PP81 For UN No. 1790 with more than 60% but not more than 85% hydrogen fluoride and UN No. 2031 with more than 55% nitric acid, the permitted use of plastics drums and jerricans as single packagings shall be two years from their date of manufacture.

PP93 For UN Nos. 3532 and 3534, packagings shall be designed and constructed to permit the release of gas or vapour to prevent a build-up of pressure that could rupture the packagings in the event of loss of stabilization.

Special packing provisions specific to RID and ADR:

RR2 For UN No. 1261, removable head packagings are not permitted.

 

P002 PACKING INSTRUCTION (SOLIDS) P002

The following packagings are authorized provided the general provisions of 4.1.1 and 4.1.3 are met:

Combination packagings:

Maximum net mass (see 4.1.3.3)

Inner packagings

Outer packagings

Packing group I

Packing group II

Packing group III

 

Glass 10 kg

Plastics 50 kg

Metal 50 kg Paper a, b, c 50 kg Fibre a, b, c50 kg

Drums

     

steel (1A1, 1A2)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

aluminium (1B1, 1B2)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

other metal (1N1, 1N2)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

plywood (1D)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

fibre (1G)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

Boxes

     

steel (4A)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

aluminium (4B)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

other metal (4N)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

natural wood (4C1)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

natural wood with sift proof walls (4C2)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

plywood (4D)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

reconstituted wood (4F)

125 kg

400 kg

400 kg

fibreboard (4G)

125 kg

400 kg

400 kg

expanded plastics (4H1)

60 kg

60 kg

60 kg

solid plastics (4H2)

250 kg

400 kg

400 kg

Jerricans

     

steel (3A1, 3A2)

120 kg

120 kg

120 kg

aluminium (3B1, 3B2)

120 kg

120 kg

120 kg

plastics (3H1, 3H2)

120 kg

120 kg

120 kg

Single packagings:

Drums

       

steel (1A1 or 1A2 d)

 

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

aluminium (1B1 or 1B2 d)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

metal, other than steel or aluminium (1N1 or 1N2 d)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

plastics (1H1 or 1H2 d)

 

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

fibre (1G) e

 

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

plywood (1D) e

 

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

Jerricans

       

steel (3A1 or 3A2 d)

 

120 kg

120 kg

120 kg

aluminium (3B1 or 3B2 )

120 kg

120 kg

120 kg

plastics (3H1 or 3H2 d)

 

120 kg

120 kg

120 kg

These inner packagings shall be sift-proof.

These inner packagings shall not be used when the substances being carried may become liquid during carriage (see 4.1.3.4).

These inner packagings shall not be used for substances of packing group I.

These packagings shall not be used for substances of packing group I that may become liquid during carriage (see 4.1.3.4).

These packagings shall not be used when substances being carried may become liquid during carriage (see 4.1.3.4).

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P002 PACKING INSTRUCTION (SOLIDS) (cont’d) P002

 

Maximum net mass (see 4.1.3.3)

Single packagings (cont’d):

Packing group I

Packing group II

Packing group III

Boxes

     

steel (4A) e

Not allowed

400 kg

400 kg

aluminium (4B) e

Not allowed

400 kg

400 kg

other metal (4N) e

Not allowed

400 kg

400 kg

natural wood (4C1) e

Not allowed

400 kg

400 kg

plywood (4D) e

Not allowed

400 kg

400 kg

reconstituted wood (4F) e

Not allowed

400 kg

400 kg

natural wood with sift-proof walls (4C2) e

Not allowed

400 kg

400 kg

fibreboard (4G) e

Not allowed

400 kg

400 kg

solid plastics (4H2) e

Not allowed

400 kg

400 kg

Bags

     

bags (5H3, 5H4, 5L3, 5M2) e

Not allowed

50 kg

50 kg

Composite packagings

plastics receptacle with outer steel, aluminium, plywood, fibre or plastics drum (6HA1, 6HB1, 6HG1 , 6HD1 e, or 6HH1)

400 kg

400 kg

400 kg

plastics receptacle with outer steel or aluminium crate or box, wooden box, plywood box, fibreboard box or solid plastics box (6HA2, 6HB2, 6HC, 6HD2 e, 6HG2 or 6HH2)

75 kg

75 kg

75 kg

glass receptacle with outer steel, aluminium plywood or fibre drum (6PA1, 6PB1, 6PD1 or 6PG1 ) or with outer steel or aluminium crate or box or with outer wooden, or fibreboard box or with outer wickerwork hamper (6PA2, 6PB2, 6PC, 6PD2 e, or 6PG2e) or with outer solid plastics or expanded plastics packaging (6PH2 or 6PH1 e)

75 kg

75 kg

75 kg

Pressure receptacles, provided that the general provisions of 4.1.3.6 are met.

These packagings shall not be used when the substances being carried may become liquid during carriage

(see 4.1.3.4).

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P002 PACKING INSTRUCTION (SOLIDS) (cont’d) P002

Special packing provisions:

PP6 (Deleted)

 

PP7 For UN No. 2000, celluloid may also be transported unpacked on pallets, wrapped in plastic film and secured by appropriate means, such as steel bands as a full load in closed vehicles or containers. Each pallet shall not exceed 1 000 kg.

 

PP8 For UN No. 2002, packagings shall be so constructed that explosion is not possible by reason of increased internal pressure. Cylinders, tubes and pressure drums shall not be used for these substances.

 

PP9 For UN Nos. 3175, 3243 and 3244, packagings shall conform to a design type that has passed a leakproofness test at the packing group II performance level. For UN No. 3175, the leakproofness test is not required when the liquids are fully absorbed in solid material contained in sealed bags.

 

PP11 For UN No. 1309, packing group III, and UN No. 1362, 5H1, 5L1 and 5M1 bags are allowed if they are overpacked in plastic bags and are wrapped in shrink or stretch wrap on pallets.

 

PP12 For UN Nos. 1361, 2213 and UN No. 3077, 5H1, 5L1 and 5M1 bags are allowed when carried in closed vehicles or containers.

 

PP13 For articles classified under UN No. 2870, only combination packagings meeting the packing group I performance level are authorized.

 

PP14 For UN Nos. 2211, 2698 and 3314, packagings are not required to meet the performance tests in Chapter 6.1.

 

PP15 For UN Nos. 1324 and 2623, packagings shall meet the packing group III performance level.

 

PP20 For UN No. 2217, any sift-proof, tearproof receptacle may be used.

 

PP30 For UN No. 2471, paper or fibre inner packagings are not permitted.

 

PP34 For UN No. 2969 (as whole beans), 5H1, 5L1 and 5M1 bags are permitted.

 

PP37 For UN Nos. 2590 and 2212, 5M1 bags are permitted. All bags of any type shall be carried in closed vehicles or containers or be placed in closed rigid overpacks.

 

PP38 For UN No. 1309, packing group II, bags are permitted only in closed vehicles or containers.

 

PP84 For UN No. 1057, rigid outer packagings meeting the packing group II performance level shall be used. The packagings shall be designed and constructed and arranged to prevent movement, inadvertent ignition of the devices or inadvertent release of flammable gas or liquid.

NOTE: For waste lighters collected separately see Chapter 3.3, special provision 654.

 

PP92 For UN Nos. 3531 and 3533, packagings shall be designed and constructed to permit the release of gas or vapour to prevent a build-up of pressure that could rupture the packagings in the event of loss of stabilization.

Special packing provision specific to RID and ADR:

RR5 Notwithstanding special packing provision PP84, only the general provisions of 4.1.1.1, 4.1.1.2 and 4.1.1.5 to

4.1.1.7 need be complied with if the gross mass of the package is not more than 10 kg.

NOTE: For waste lighters collected separately see Chapter 3.3, special provision 654.

P003

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P003

Dangerous goods shall be placed in suitable outer packagings. The packagings shall meet the provisions of 4.1.1.1, 4.1.1.2, 4.1.1.4, 4.1.1.8 and 4.1.3 and be so designed that they meet the construction requirements of 6.1.4. Outer packagings constructed of suitable material, and of adequate strength and design in relation to the packaging capacity and its intended use, shall be used. Where this packing instruction is used for the transport of articles or inner packagings of combination packagings, the packaging shall be designed and constructed to prevent inadvertent discharge of articles during normal conditions of carriage.

Special packing provisions:

 

PP16 For UN No. 2800, batteries shall be protected from short circuits and shall be securely packed in strong outer packagings.

NOTE 1: Non-spillable batteries which are an integral part of, and necessary for, the operation of mechanical or electronic equipment shall be securely fastened in the battery holder on the equipment and protected in such a manner as to prevent damage and short circuits.

NOTE 2: For used batteries (UN 2800), see P801a.

PP17 For UN No. 2037, packages shall not exceed 55 kg net mass for fibreboard packagings or 125 kg net mass for other packagings.

PP19 For UN Nos. 1364 and 1365, carriage as bales is authorized.

PP20 For UN Nos. 1363, 1386, 1408 and 2793 any sift-proof, tearproof receptacle may be used. 

PP32 UN Nos. 2857 and 3358 may be carried unpackaged, in crates or in appropriate overpacks. 

PP87 (Deleted)

PP88 (Deleted)

PP90 For UN No. 3506, sealed inner liners or bags of strong leakproof and puncture resistant material impervious to mercury which will prevent escape of the substance from the package irrespective of the position or the orientation of the package shall be used.

PP91 For UN 1044, large fire extinguishers may also be carried unpackaged provided that the requirements of

4.1.3.8.1 (a) to (e) are met, the valves are protected by one of the methods in accordance with 4.1.6.8 (a) to (d) and other equipment mounted on the fire extinguisher is protected to prevent accidental activation. For the purpose of this special packing provision, "large fire extinguishers" means fire extinguishers as described in indents (c) to (e) of special provision 225 of Chapter 3.3.

Special packing provisions specific to RID and ADR:

RR6 For UN No. 2037 in the case of carriage by full load, metal articles may also be packed as follows: the articles shall be grouped together in units on trays and held in position with an appropriate plastics cover; these units shall be stacked and suitably secured on pallets.

RR9 For UN 3509, packagings are not required to meet the requirements of 4.1.1.3.

Packagings meeting the requirements of 6.1.4, made leak tight or fitted with a leak tight and puncture resistant sealed liner or bag, shall be used.

When the only residues contained are solids which are not liable to become liquid at temperatures likely to be encountered during carriage, flexible packagings may be used.

When liquid residues are present, rigid packagings that provide a means of retention (e.g. absorbent material) shall be used.

Before being filled and handed over for carriage, every packaging shall be inspected to ensure that it is free from corrosion, contamination or other damage. Any packaging showing signs of reduced strength shall no longer be used (minor dents and scratches are not considered as reducing the strength of the packaging).

Packagings intended for the carriage of packagings, discarded, empty, uncleaned with residues of Class 5.1 shall be so constructed or adapted that the goods cannot come into contact with wood or any other combustible material.

P004

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P004

This instruction applies to UN Nos. 3473, 3476, 3477, 3478 and 3479.

The following packagings are authorized:

(1) For fuel cell cartridges, provided that the general provisions of 4.1.1.1, 4.1.1.2, 4.1.1.3, 4.1.1.6 and 4.1.3

are met:

Drums (1A2, 1B2, 1N2, 1H2, 1D, 1G);

Boxes (4A, 4B, 4N, 4C1, 4C2, 4D, 4F, 4G, 4H1, 4H2);

Jerricans (3A2, 3B2, 3H2).

Packagings shall conform to the packing group II performance level.

  1. For fuel cell cartridges packed with equipment: strong outer packagings which meet the general provisions of

  2. For fuel cell cartridges contained in equipment: strong outer packagings which meet the general provisions of

4.1.1.1, 4.1.1.2, 4.1.1.6 and 4.1.3.

When fuel cell cartridges are packed with equipment, they shall be packed in inner packagings or placed in the outer packaging with cushioning material or divider(s) so that the fuel cell cartridges are protected against damage that may be caused by the movement or placement of the contents within the outer packaging.

The equipment shall be secured against movement within the outer packaging.

For the purpose of this packing instruction, "equipment" means apparatus requiring the fuel cell cartridges with which it is packed for its operation.

4.1.1.1, 4.1.1.2, 4.1.1.6 and 4.1.3.

Large robust equipment (see 4.1.3.8) containing fuel cell cartridges may be carried unpackaged. For fuel cell cartridges contained in equipment, the entire system shall be protected against short circuit and inadvertent operation.

 

P005

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P005

This instruction applies to UN Nos. 3528, 3529 and 3530.

If the engine or machinery is constructed and designed so that the means of containment containing the dangerous goods affords adequate protection, an outer packaging is not required.

Dangerous goods in engines or machinery shall otherwise be packed in outer packagings constructed of suitable material, and of adequate strength and design in relation to the packaging capacity and its intended use, and meeting the applicable requirements of 4.1.1.1, or they shall be fixed in such a way that they will not become loose during normal conditions of carriage, e.g. in cradles or crates or other handling devices.

In addition, the manner in which means of containment are contained within the engine or machinery, shall be such that under normal conditions of carriage, damage to the means of containment containing the dangerous goods is prevented; and in the event of damage to the means of containment containing liquid dangerous goods, no leakage of the dangerous goods from the engine or machinery is possible (a leakproof liner may be used to satisfy this requirement).

Means of containment containing dangerous goods shall be so installed, secured or cushioned as to prevent their breakage or leakage and so as to control their movement within the engine or machinery during normal conditions of carriage. Cushioning material shall not react dangerously with the content of the means of containment. Any leakage of the contents shall not substantially impair the protective properties of the cushioning material.

Additional requirement:

Other dangerous goods (e.g. batteries, fire extinguishers, compressed gas accumulators or safety devices) required for the functioning or safe operation of the engine or machinery shall be securely mounted in the engine or machine.

 

P010

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P010

The following packagings are authorized, provided that the general provisions of 4.1.1 and 4.1.3 are met:

Combination packagings

Inner packagings

Outer packagings

Maximum net mass (see 4.1.3.3)

Glass 1 l

Steel 40 l

Drums

 

steel (1A1, 1A2)

400 kg

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

400 kg

plywood (1D)

400 kg

fibre (1G)

400 kg

Boxes

 

steel (4A)

400 kg

natural wood (4C1, 4C2)

400 kg

plywood (4D)

400 kg

reconstituted wood (4F)

400 kg

fibreboard (4G)

400 kg

expanded plastics (4H1)

60 kg

solid plastics (4H2)

400 kg

Single packagings

Maximum capacity (see 4.1.3.3)

Drums

   

steel, non-removable head (1A1)

450 l

Jerricans

     

steel, non-removable head (3A1)

60 l

 

Composite packagings

 

plastics receptacle in steel drums (6HA1)

250 l

Steel pressure receptacles, provided that the general provisions of 4.1.3.6 are met.

 

P099

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P099

Only packagings which are approved for these goods by the competent authority may be used. A copy of the competent authority approval shall accompany each consignment or the transport document shall include an indication that the packaging was approved by the competent authority.

 

P101

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P101

Only packagings which are approved by the competent authority of the country of origin may be used. If the country of origin is not a Contracting Party to the ADR, the packaging shall be approved by the competent authority of the first country Contracting Party to ADR reached by the consignment. The distinguishing sign used on vehicles in international road trafficof the country for which the authority acts, shall be marked on the transport documents as follows:

 

"Packaging approved by the competent authority of..." (see 5.4.1.2.1 (e))

Distinguishing sign of the State of registration used on motor vehicles and trailers in international road traffic,

e.g. in accordance with the Geneva Convention on Road Traffic of 1949 or the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic of 1968.

 

P110(a)

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P110(a)

(Reserved)

 

NOTE: This packing instruction in the UN Model Regulations is not admitted for carriage under ADR.

P110(b)

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P110(b)

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.14.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Intermediate packagings

Outer packagings

Receptacles metal wood

rubber, conductive plastics, conductive

Bags

rubber, conductive plastics, conductive

Dividing partitions

metal wood plastics fibreboard

Boxes

natural wood, sift-proof wall (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F)

Special packing provision:

PP42 For UN Nos. 0074, 0113, 0114, 0129, 0130, 0135 and 0224, the following conditions shall be met:

  1. Inner packagings shall not contain more than 50 g of explosive substance (quantity corresponding to dry substance);

  2. Compartments between dividing partitions shall not contain more than one inner packaging, firmly fitted; and

  3. The outer packaging may be partitioned into up to 25 compartments.

 

P111

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P111

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Intermediate packagings

Outer packagings

Bags

paper, waterproofed plastics

textile, rubberized

Receptacles

wood

Sheets

plastics

textile, rubberized

Not necessary

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G)

plastics, expanded (4H1) plastics, solid (4H2)

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Special packing provision:

PP43 For UN 0159, inner packagings are not required when metal (1A1, 1A2, 1B1, 1B2, 1N1 or 1N2) or plastics (1H1 or 1H2) drums are used as outer packagings.

P112(a)

PACKING INSTRUCTION

(Solid wetted, 1.1D)

P112(a)

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Intermediate packagings

Outer packagings

Bags

paper, multiwall, water resistant plastics

textile

textile, rubberized woven plastics

Receptacles metal plastics wood

Bags

plastics

textile, plastic coated or lined

Receptacles metal plastics wood

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G)

plastics, expanded (4H1) plastics, solid (4H2)

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Additional requirement:

Intermediate packagings are not required if leakproof removable head drums are used as the outer packaging.

Special packing provisions:

PP26 For UN Nos. 0004, 0076, 0078, 0154, 0219 and 0394, packagings shall be lead free.

PP45 For UN Nos. 0072 and 0226, intermediate packagings are not required.

P112(b)

PACKING INSTRUCTION

(Solid dry, other than powder 1.1D)

P112(b)

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Intermediate packagings

Outer packagings

 

Bags

paper, kraft

paper, multiwall, water resistant plastics

textile

textile, rubberized woven plastics

Bags (for UN No. 0150 only) plastics

textile, plastic coated or lined

Bags

woven plastics, sift-proof (5H2) woven plastics, water-resistant (5H3) plastics, film (5H4)

textile, sift-proof (5L2) textile, water resistant (5L3) paper, multiwall, water resistant (5M2)

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G)

plastics, expanded (4H1) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Special packing provisions:

PP26 For UN Nos. 0004, 0076, 0078, 0154, 0216, 0219 and 0386, packagings shall be lead free.

PP46 For UN Nos. 0209, bags, sift-proof (5H2) are recommended for flake or prilled TNT in the dry state and a maximum net mass of 30 kg.

PP47 For UN No. 0222, inner packagings are not required when the outer packaging is a bag.

P112(c)

PACKING INSTRUCTION

(Solid dry powder 1.1D)

P112(c)

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Intermediate packagings

Outer packagings

 

Bags

paper, multiwall, water resistant plastics

woven plastics

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal plastics wood

Bags

paper, multiwall, water resistant with inner lining

plastics

 

Receptacles metal plastics wood

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Additional requirements:

  1. Inner packagings are not required if drums are used as the outer packaging.

  2. The packaging shall be sift-proof.

Special packing provisions:

PP26 For UN Nos. 0004, 0076, 0078, 0154, 0216, 0219 and 0386, packagings shall be lead free.

PP46 For UN No. 0209, bags, sift-proof (5H2) are recommended for flake or prilled TNT in the dry state and a maximum net mass of 30 kg.

PP48 For UN No. 0504, metal packagings shall not be used. Packagings of other material with a small amount of metal, for example metal closures or other metal fittings such as those mentioned in 6.1.4, are not considered metal packagings.

P113

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P113

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Intermediate packagings

Outer packagings

Bags

paper plastics

textile, rubberized

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal plastics wood

Not necessary

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Additional requirement:

The packaging shall be sift-proof.

Special packing provisions:

PP49 For UN Nos. 0094 and 0305, no more than 50 g of substance shall be packed in an inner packaging.

PP50 For UN No. 0027, inner packagings are not necessary when drums are used as outer packagings.

PP51 For UN No. 0028, paper kraft or waxed paper sheets may be used as inner packagings.

P114(a)

PACKING INSTRUCTION

(Solid wetted)

P114(a)

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Intermediate packagings

Outer packagings

 

Bags

plastics textile

woven plastics

 

Receptacles metal plastics wood

Bags

plastics

textile, plastic coated or lined

 

Receptacles metal plastics

 

Dividing partitions

wood

Boxes

steel (4A)

metal, other than steel or aluminium (4N) natural wood, ordinary (4C1)

natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) Plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Additional requirement:

Intermediate packagings are not required if leakproof removable head drums are used as outer packagings.

Special packing provisions:

PP26 For UN Nos. 0077, 0132, 0234, 0235 and 0236, packagings shall be lead free.

PP43 For UN 0342, inner packagings are not required when metal (1A1, 1A2, 1B1, 1B2, 1N1 or 1N2) or plastics (1H1 or 1H2) drums are used as outer packagings.

P114(b)

PACKING INSTRUCTION

(Solid dry)

P114(b)

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Intermediate packagings

Outer packagings

 

Bags

paper, kraft plastics

textile, sift-proof

woven plastics, sift-proof

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal paper plastics

woven plastics, sift-proof wood

Not necessary

Boxes

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Special packing provisions:

PP26 For UN Nos. 0077, 0132, 0234, 0235 and 0236, packagings shall be lead free.

PP48 For UN Nos. 0508 and 0509, metal packagings shall not be used. Packagings of other material with a small amount of metal, for example metal closures or other metal fittings such as those mentioned in 6.1.4, are not considered metal packagings.

PP50 For UN Nos. 0160, 0161 and 0508, inner packagings are not necessary if drums are used as outer packagings.

PP52 For UN Nos. 0160 and 0161, when metal drums (1A1, 1A2, 1B1, 1B2, 1N1 or 1N2) are used as outer packagings, metal packagings shall be so constructed that the risk of explosion, by reason of increased internal pressure from internal or external causes is prevented.

P115

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P115

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Intermediate packagings

Outer packagings

 

Receptacles plastics wood

Bags

plastics in metal receptacles

 

Drums

metal

 

Receptacles

wood

Boxes

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Special packing provisions:

PP45 For UN No. 0144, intermediate packagings are not required.

PP53 For UN Nos. 0075, 0143, 0495 and 0497, when boxes are used as outer packagings, inner packagings shall have taped screw cap closures and be not more than 5 litres capacity each. Inner packagings shall be surrounded with non-combustible absorbent cushioning materials. The amount of absorbent cushioning material shall be sufficient to absorb the liquid contents. Metal receptacles shall be cushioned from each other. Net mass of propellant is limited to 30 kg for each package when outer packagings are boxes.

PP54 For UN Nos. 0075, 0143, 0495 and 0497, when drums are used as outer packagings and when intermediate packagings are drums, they shall be surrounded with non-combustible cushioning material in a quantity sufficient to absorb the liquid contents. A composite packaging consisting of a plastics receptacle in a metal drum may be used instead of the inner and intermediate packagings. The net volume of propellant in each package shall not exceed 120 litres.

PP55 For UN No. 0144, absorbent cushioning material shall be inserted.

PP56 For UN No. 0144, metal receptacles may be used as inner packagings.

PP57 For UN Nos. 0075, 0143, 0495 and 0497, bags shall be used as intermediate packagings when boxes are used as outer packagings.

PP58 For UN Nos. 0075, 0143, 0495 and 0497, drums shall be used as intermediate packagings when drums are used as outer packagings.

PP59 For UN No. 0144, fibreboard boxes (4G) may be used as outer packagings.

PP60 For UN No. 0144, aluminium drums (1B1 and 1B2) and metal, other than steel or aluminium, drums (1N1 and 1N2) shall not be used.

P116

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P116

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Intermediate packagings

Outer packagings

Bags

paper, water and oil resistant

plastics

textile, plastic coated or lined woven plastics, sift-proof

 

Receptacles

fibreboard, water resistant metal

plastics

wood, sift-proof

 

Sheets

paper, water resistant paper, waxed plastics

Not necessary

Bags

woven plastics (5H1, 5H2, 5H3) paper, multiwall, water

resistant (5M2) plastics, film (5H4) textile, sift-proof (5L2)

textile, water resistant (5L3)

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls

(4C2)

plywood (4D) reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

 

Jerricans

steel (3A1, 3A2) plastics (3H1, 3H2)

Special packing provisions:

PP61 For UN Nos. 0082, 0241, 0331 and 0332, inner packagings are not required if leakproof removable head drums are used as outer packagings.

PP62 For UN Nos. 0082, 0241, 0331 and 0332, inner packagings are not required when the explosive is contained in a material impervious to liquid.

PP63 For UN No. 0081, inner packagings are not required when contained in rigid plastic which is impervious to nitric esters.

PP64 For UN No. 0331, inner packagings are not required when bags (5H2), (5H3) or (5H4) are used as outer packagings.

PP65 (Deleted)

PP66 For UN No. 0081, bags shall not be used as outer packagings.

P130

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P130

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Not necessary

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G)

plastics, expanded (4H1) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Special packing provision:

 

PP67 The following applies to UN Nos. 0006, 0009, 0010, 0015, 0016, 0018, 0019, 0034, 0035, 0038, 0039, 0048,

0056, 0137, 0138, 0168, 0169, 0171, 0181, 0182, 0183, 0186, 0221, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0246, 0254, 0280,

0281, 0286, 0287, 0297, 0299, 0300, 0301, 0303, 0321, 0328, 0329, 0344, 0345, 0346, 0347, 0362, 0363,

0370, 0412, 0424, 0425, 0434, 0435, 0436, 0437, 0438, 0451, 0488, 0502 and 0510:

 

Large and robust explosives articles, normally intended for military use, without their means of initiation or with their means of initiation containing at least two effective protective features, may be carried unpackaged. When such articles have propelling charges or are self-propelled, their ignition systems shall be protected against stimuli encountered during normal conditions of carriage. A negative result in Test Series 4 on an unpackaged article indicates that the article can be considered for carriage unpackaged. Such unpackaged articles may be fixed to cradles or contained in crates or other suitable handling devices.

P131

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P131

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Bags

paper plastics

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal plastics wood

 

Reels

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Special packing provision:

PP68 For UN Nos. 0029, 0267 and 0455, bags and reels shall not be used as inner packagings.

 

P132(a)

PACKING INSTRUCTION

(Articles consisting of closed metal, plastics or fibreboard casings that contain a detonating explosive, or consisting of plastics-bonded detonating explosives)

P132(a)

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Not necessary

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

wood, natural, ordinary (4C1)

wood, natural, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

P132(b)

PACKING INSTRUCTION

(Articles without closed casings)

P132(b)

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal plastics wood

 

Sheets

paper plastics

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

P133

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P133

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal plastics wood

 

Trays, fitted with dividing partitions

fibreboard plastics wood

Intermediate packagings

 

Receptacles

fibreboard metal plastics wood

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

Additional requirement:

Receptacles are only required as intermediate packagings when the inner packagings are trays.

Special packing provision:

PP69 For UN Nos. 0043, 0212, 0225, 0268 and 0306, trays shall not be used as inner packagings.

P134

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P134

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Bags

water resistant

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal plastics wood

 

Sheets

fibreboard, corrugated

 

Tubes

fibreboard

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G)

plastics, expanded (4H1) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

 

P135

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P135

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Bags

paper plastics

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal plastics wood

 

Sheets

paper plastics

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G)

plastics, expanded (4H1) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

P136

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P136

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Bags

plastics textile

 

Boxes fibreboard plastics wood

 

Dividing partitions in the outer packagings

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

 

P137

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P137

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Bags

plastics

 

Boxes Fibreboard wood

 

Tubes fibreboard metal plastics

 

Dividing partitions in the outer packagings

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Special packing provision:

PP70 For UN Nos. 0059, 0439, 0440 and 0441, when the shaped charges are packed singly, the conical cavity shall face downwards and the package shall be marked in accordance with 5.2.1.10.1. When the shaped charges are packed in pairs, the conical cavities shall face inwards to minimize the jetting effect in the event of accidental initiation.

P138

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P138

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

Bags

plastics

Intermediate packagings

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Additional requirement:

If the ends of the articles are sealed, inner packagings are not necessary.

 

P139

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P139

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Bags

plastics

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal plastics wood

Reels Sheets

paper plastics

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Special packing provisions:

PP71 For UN Nos. 0065, 0102, 0104, 0289 and 0290, the ends of the detonating cord shall be sealed, for example, by a plug firmly fixed so that the explosive cannot escape. The ends of flexible detonating cord shall be fastened securely.

PP72 For UN Nos. 0065 and 0289, inner packagings are not required when they are in coils.

P140

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P140

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Bags

Plastics

 

Receptacles

wood

Reels Sheets

paper, kraft plastics

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Special packing provisions:

PP73 For UN No. 0105, no inner packagings are required if the ends are sealed.

PP74 For UN No. 0101, the packaging shall be sift-proof except when the fuse is covered by a paper tube and both ends of the tube are covered with removable caps.

PP75 For UN No. 0101, steel, aluminium or other metal boxes or drums shall not be used.

 

P141

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P141

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal plastics wood

 

Trays, fitted with dividing partitions

plastics wood

 

Dividing partitions in the outer packagings

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

P142

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P142

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Bags

paper plastics

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal plastics wood

 

Sheets

paper

 

Trays, fitted with dividing partitions

plastics

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

 

P143

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P143

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing provisions of 4.1.5 are met:

Inner packagings

 

Bags

paper, kraft plastics textile

textile, rubberized

 

Receptacles fibreboard metal Plastics wood

 

Trays, fitted with dividing partitions

plastics wood

Intermediate packagings

 

Not necessary

Outer packagings

 

Boxes

steel (4A) aluminium (4B) other metal (4N)

natural wood, ordinary (4C1) natural wood, sift-proof walls (4C2) plywood (4D)

reconstituted wood (4F) fibreboard (4G) plastics, solid (4H2)

 

Drums

steel (1A1, 1A2) aluminium (1B1, 1B2) other metal (1N1, 1N2) plywood (1D)

fibre (1G)

plastics (1H1, 1H2)

Additional requirement:

Instead of the above inner and outer packagings, composite packagings (6HH2) (plastics receptacle with outer solid plastics box) may be used.

Special packing provision:

PP76 For UN Nos. 0271, 0272, 0415 and 0491, when metal packagings are used, metal packagings shall be so constructed that the risk of explosion, by reason of increase in internal pressure from internal or external causes is prevented.

 

P144 PACKING INSTRUCTION P144

The following packagings are authorized, provided the general packing provisions of 4.1.1, 4.1.3 and special packing
provisions of 4.1.5 are met:
Inner packagings
Receptacles
fibreboard
metal
Plastics
wood
Dividing partitions in the outer
packagings
Intermediate packagings
Not necessary
Outer packagings
Boxes
steel (4A)
aluminium (4B)
other metal (4N)
natural wood, ordinary with metal liner
(4C1)
plywood (4D) with metal liner
reconstituted wood (4F) with metal liner
plastics, expanded (4H1)
plastics, solid (4H2)
Drums
steel (1A1, 1A2)
aluminium (1B1, 1B2)
other metal (1N1, 1N2)
plastics (1H1, 1H2)
Special packing provision:
PP77 For UN Nos. 0248 and 0249, packagings shall be protected against the ingress of water. When water-activated
contrivances are transported unpackaged, they shall be provided with at least two independent protective
features which prevent the ingress of water.
 

 

P200

PACKING INSTRUCTION

P200

Type of packagings: Cylinders, tubes, pressure drums and bundles of cylinders

Cylinders, tubes, pressure drums and bundles of cylinders are authorised provided the special packing provisions of 4.1.6, the provisions listed below under (1) to (9) and, when referred to in the column "Special packing provisions" of tables 1, 2 or 3, the relevant special packing provisions listed below under (10), are met.

General

   

(1) Pressure receptacles shall be so closed and leakproof as to prevent escape of the gases;

(2) Pressure receptacles containing toxic substances with an LC50 less than or equal to 200 ml/m(ppm) as specified in the table shall not be equipped with any pressure relief device. Pressure relief devices shall be fitted on UN pressure receptacles used for the carriage of UN No. 1013 carbon dioxide and UN No. 1070 nitrous oxide;

(3) The following three tables cover compressed gases (Table 1), liquefied and dissolved gases (Table 2) and substances not in Class 2 (Table 3). They provide:

(a) the UN number, name and description, and the classification code of the substance;

(b) the LC50 for toxic substances;

(c) the types of pressure receptacles authorised for the substance, shown by the letter "X";

(d) the maximum test period for periodic inspection of the pressure receptacles;

NOTE: For pressure receptacles which make use of composite materials, the maximum test period shall be 5 years. The test period may be extended to that specified in Tables 1 and 2 (i.e. up to 10 years), if approved by the competent authority or body designated by this authority which issued the type approval.

(e) the minimum test pressure of the pressure receptacles;

(f) the maximum working pressure of the pressure receptacles for compressed gases (where no value is given, the working pressure shall not exceed two thirds of the test pressure) or the maximum filling ratio(s) dependent on the test pressure(s) for liquefied and dissolved gases;

(g) special packing provisions that are specific to a substance.

Test pressure, filling ratios and filling requirements

(4) The minimum test pressure required for is 1 MPa (10 bar);

(5) In no case shall pressure receptacles be filled in excess of the limit permitted in the following requirements:

(a) For compressed gases, the working pressure shall be not more than two thirds of the test pressure of the pressure receptacles. Restrictions to this upper limit on working pressure are imposed by special packing provision "o". In no case shall the internal pressure at 65 °C exceed the test pressure.

(b) For high pressure liquefied gases, the filling ratio shall be such that the settled pressure at 65 °C does not exceed the test pressure of the pressure receptacles.

The use of test pressures and filling ratios other than those in the table is permitted, except where special packing provision "o" applies, provided that:

  1. the criterion of special packing provision "r" is met when applicable; or

  2. the above criterion is met in all other cases.

For high pressure liquefied gases and gas mixtures for which relevant data are not available, the maximum filling ratio (FR) shall be determined as follows:

 

FR = 8.5 10-4  d Ph

 

where FR = maximum filling ratio

d= gas density (at 15 °C, 1 bar)(in kg/m3) P= minimum test pressure (in bar).

   

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P200

PACKING INSTRUCTION (cont'd)

P200

If the density of the gas is unknown, the maximum filling ratio shall be determined as follows:

 

 

where FR = maximum filling ratio

P= minimum test pressure (in bar) MM = molecular mass (in g/mol)

R = 8.31451  10-2 bar.l.mol-1.K-1 (gas constant).

For gas mixtures, the average molecular mass is to be taken, taking into account the volumetric concentrations of the various components.

(c) For low pressure liquefied gases, the maximum mass of contents per litre of water capacity shall equal 0.95 times the density of the liquid phase at 50 °C; in addition, the liquid phase shall not fill the pressure receptacle at any temperature up to 60 °C. The test pressure of the pressure receptacle shall be at least equal to the vapour pressure (absolute) of the liquid at 65 °C, minus 100 kPa (1 bar).

For low pressure liquefied gases and gas mixtures for which relevant data are not available, the maximum filling ratio shall be determined as follows:

 

FR = (0.0032  BP – 0.24)  d1

 

where FR = maximum filling ratio BP = boiling point (in Kelvin)

d= density of the liquid at boiling point (in kg/l).

(d) For UN No. 1001 acetylene, dissolved, and UN No. 3374 acetylene, solvent free, see (10), special packing provision "p".

  1. For liquefied gases charged with compressed gases, both components – the liquefied gas and the compressed gas – have to be taken into consideration in the calculation of the internal pressure in the pressure receptacle.

    1. Calculation of the vapour pressure of the liquefied gas and of the partial pressure of the compressed gas at 15 °C (filling temperature);

    2. Calculation of the volumetric expansion of the liquid phase resulting from the heating from 15 °C to 65 °C and calculation of the remaining volume for the gaseous phase;

    3. Calculation of the partial pressure of the compressed gas at 65 °C considering the volumetric expansion of the liquid phase;

    4. Calculation of the vapour pressure of the liquefied gas at 65 °C;

    5. The total pressure is the sum of the vapour pressure of the liquefied gas and the partial pressure of the compressed gas at 65 °C;

    6. Consideration of the solubility of the compressed gas at 65 °C in the liquid phase;

The maximum mass of contents per litre of water capacity shall not exceed 0.95 times the density of the liquid phase at 50 °C; in addition, the liquid phase shall not completely fill the pressure receptacle at any temperature up to 60 °C.

When filled, the internal pressure at 65 °C shall not exceed the test pressure of the pressure receptacles. The vapour pressures and volumetric expansions of all substances in the pressure receptacles shall be considered. When experimental data is not available, the following steps shall be carried out:

NOTE: The compressibility factor of the compressed gas at 15 °C and 65 °C shall be considered.

The test pressure of the pressure receptacle shall not be less than the calculated total pressure minus 100 kPa (1bar).

If the solubility of the compressed gas in the liquid phase is not known for the calculation, the test pressure can be calculated without taking the gas solubility (sub-paragraph (vi)) into account

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P200

PACKING INSTRUCTION (cont'd)

P200

(6) Other test pressure and filling ratio may be used provided they satisfy the general requirements outlined in paragraphs (4) and (5) above;

  1. (a) The filling of pressure receptacles may only be carried out by specially-equipped centres, with qualified staff using appropriate procedures.

    • of the conformity of receptacles and accessories with ADR;

    • of their compatibility with the product to be carried;

    • of the absence of damage which might affect safety;

    • of compliance with the degree or pressure of filling, as appropriate;

    • of marks and identification.

The procedures should include checks:

(b) LPG to be filled in cylinders shall be of high quality; this is deemed to be fulfilled if the LPG to be filled is in compliance with the limitations on corrosiveness as specified in ISO 9162:1989.

Periodic inspections

(8) Refillable pressure receptacles shall be subjected to periodic inspections in accordance with the requirements of 6.2.1.6 and 6.2.3.5 respectively.

(9) If special provisions for certain substances do not appear in the tables below, periodic inspections shall be carried out:

(a) Every 5 years in the case of pressure receptacles intended for the carriage of gases of classification codes 1T, 1TF, 1TO, 1TC, 1TFC, 1TOC, 2T, 2TO, 2TF, 2TC, 2TFC, 2TOC, 4A, 4F and 4TC;

(b) Every 5 years in the case of pressure receptacles intended for the carriage of substances from other classes;

(c) Every 10 years in the case of pressure receptacles intended for the carriage of gases of classification codes 1A, 1O, 1F, 2A, 2O and 2F.

For pressure receptacles which make use of composite materials, the maximum test period shall be 5 years. The test period may be extended to that specified in Tables 1 and 2 (i.e. up to 10 years), if approved by the competent authority or body designated by this authority which issued the type approval.

Special packing provisions

(10) Material compatibility

a: Aluminium alloy pressure receptacles shall not be used.

b: Copper valves shall not be used.

c: Metal parts in contact with the contents shall not contain more than 65% copper.

d: When steel pressure receptacles are used, only those bearing the "H" mark in accordance with

6.2.2.7.4 (p) are permitted.

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P200

PACKING INSTRUCTION (cont'd)

P200

Requirements for toxic substances with an LC50 less than or equal to 200 ml/m(ppm)

k: Valve outlets shall be fitted with pressure retaining gas-tight plugs or caps having threads that match those of the valve outlets and made of material not liable to attack by the contents of the pressure receptacle.

Each cylinder within a bundle shall be fitted with an individual valve that shall be closed during carriage. After filling, the manifold shall be evacuated, purged and plugged.

Bundles containing UN 1045 Fluorine, compressed, may be constructed with isolation valves on groups of cylinders not exceeding 150 litres total water capacity instead of isolation valves on every cylinder.

Cylinders and individual cylinders within a bundle shall have a test pressure greater than or equal to 200 bar and a minimum wall thickness of 3.5 mm for aluminium alloy or 2 mm for steel. Individual cylinders not complying with this requirement shall be carried in a rigid outer packaging that will adequately protect the cylinder and its fittings and meeting the packing group I performance level. Pressure drums shall have a minimum wall thickness as specified by the competent authority.

Pressure receptacles shall not be fitted with a pressure relief device.

Cylinders and individual cylinders in a bundle shall be limited to a maximum water capacity of 85 litres.

Each valve shall be capable of withstanding the test pressure of the pressure receptacle and be connected directly to the pressure receptacle by either a taper thread or other means which meets the requirements of ISO 10692-2:2001.

Each valve shall either be of the packless type with non-perforated diaphragm, or be of a type which prevents leakage through or past the packing.

Carriage in capsules is not allowed.

Each pressure receptacle shall be tested for leakage after filling.

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P200

PACKING INSTRUCTION (cont'd)

P200

Gas specific provisions

l: UN No. 1040 ethylene oxide may also be packed in hermetically sealed glass or metal inner packagings suitably cushioned in fibreboard, wooden or metal boxes meeting the packing group I performance level. The maximum quantity permitted in any glass inner packaging is 30 g, and the maximum quantity permitted in any metal inner packaging is 200 g. After filling, each inner packaging shall be determined to be leak-tight by placing the inner packaging in a hot water bath at a temperature, and for a period of time, sufficient to ensure that an internal pressure equal to the vapour pressure of ethylene oxide at 55 °C is achieved. The maximum net mass in any outer packaging shall not exceed 2.5 kg.

m: Pressure receptacles shall be filled to a working pressure not exceeding 5 bar.

n: Cylinders and individual cylinders in a bundle shall contain not more than 5 kg of the gas. When bundles containing UN 1045 Fluorine, compressed are divided into groups of cylinders in accordance with special packing provision "k" each group shall contain not more than 5 kg of the gas.

o: In no case shall the working pressure or filling ratio shown in the tables be exceeded.

p: For UN No. 1001 acetylene, dissolved, and UN No. 3374 acetylene, solvent free: cylinders shall be filled with a homogeneous monolithic porous material; the working pressure and the quantity of acetylene shall not exceed the values prescribed in the approval or in ISO 3807-1:2000, ISO 3807- 2:2000 or ISO 3807:2013, as applicable.

For UN No. 1001 acetylene, dissolved: cylinders shall contain a quantity of acetone or suitable solvent as specified in the approval (see ISO 3807-1:2000, ISO 3807-2:2000 or ISO 3807:2013 as applicable); cylinders fitted with pressure relief devices or manifolded together shall be carried vertically.

Alternatively, for UN No. 1001 acetylene, dissolved: cylinders which are not UN pressure receptacles may be filled with a non monolithic porous material; the working pressure, the quantity of acetylene and the quantity of solvent shall not exceed the values prescribed in the approval. The maximum test period for periodic inspection of the cylinders shall not exceed five years.

A test pressure of 52 bar shall be applied only to cylinders fitted with a fusible plug.

q: Valve outlets of pressure receptacles for pyrophoric gases or flammable mixtures of gases containing more than 1% of pyrophoric compounds shall be fitted with gas-tight plugs or caps which shall be made of material not liable to attack by the contents of the pressure receptacle. When these pressure receptacles are manifolded in a bundle, each of the pressure receptacles shall be fitted with an individual valve that shall be closed during carriage, and the outlet of the manifold valve shall be fitted with a pressure retaining gas-tight plug or cap. Gas-tight plugs or caps shall have threads that match those of the valve outlets. Carriage in capsules is not allowed.

r: The filling ratio of this gas shall be limited such that, if complete decomposition occurs, the pressure does not exceed two thirds of the test pressure of the pressure receptacle.

ra: This gas may also be packed in capsules under the following conditions:

(a) The mass of gas shall not exceed 150 g per capsule;

(b) The capsules shall be free from faults liable to impair the strength;

(c) The leakproofness of the closure shall be ensured by an additional device (cap, crown, seal, binding, etc.) capable of preventing any leakage of the closure during carriage;

(d) The capsules shall be placed in an outer packaging of sufficient strength. A package shall not weigh more than 75 kg.

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P200

PACKING INSTRUCTION (cont'd)

P200

s: Aluminium alloy pressure receptacles shall be:

- Equipped only with brass or stainless steel valves; and

- Cleaned for hydrocarbons contamination and not contaminated with oil. UN pressure receptacles shall be cleaned in accordance with ISO 11621:1997.

ta: Other criteria may be used for filling of welded steel cylinders intended for the carriage of substances of UN No. 1965:

(a) with the agreement of the competent authorities of the countries where the carriage is carried out; and

(b) in compliance with the provisions of a national code or standard recognised by the competent authorities.

When the criteria for filling are different from those in P200(5), the transport document shall include the statement "Carriage in accordance with packing instruction P200, special packing provision ta" and the indication of the reference temperature used for the calculation of the filling ratio.

Periodic inspection

u: The interval between periodic tests may be extended to 10 years for aluminium alloy pressure receptacles. This derogation may only be applied to UN pressure receptacles when the alloy of the pressure receptacle has been subjected to stress corrosion testing as specified in ISO 7866:2012 + Cor 1: 2014.

ua: The interval between periodic tests may be extended to 15 years for aluminium alloy cylinders and bundles of such cylinders if the provisions of paragraph (13) of this packing instruction are applied. This shall not apply to cylinders made from aluminium alloy AA 6351. For mixtures, this provision "ua" may be applied provided all the individual gases in the mixture have been allocated "ua" in Table 1 or Table 2.

v: (1) The interval between inspections for steel cylinders, other than refillable welded steel cylinders for UN Nos. 1011, 1075, 1965, 1969 or 1978, may be extended to 15 years:

(a) with the agreement of the competent authority (authorities) of the country (countries) where the periodic inspection and the carriage take place; and

(b) in accordance with the requirements of a technical code or a standard recognised by the competent authority

(2) For refillable welded steel cylinders for UN Nos. 1011, 1075, 1965, 1969 or 1978, the interval may be extended to 15 years, if the provisions of paragraph (12) of this packing instruction are applied.

va: For seamless steel cylinders which are equipped with residual pressure valves (RPVs) (see note below) that have been designed and tested in accordance with EN ISO 15996:2005 + A1:2007 and for bundles of seamless steel cylinders equipped with main valve(s) with a residual pressure device, tested in accordance with EN ISO 15996:2005 + A1:2007, the interval between periodic tests may be extended to 15 years if the provisions of paragraph (13) of this packing instruction are applied. For mixtures, this provision "va" may be applied provided all the individual gases in the mixture have been allocated "va" in Table 1 or Table 2.

NOTE: "Residual Pressure Valve" (RPV) means a closure which incorporates a residual pressure device that prevents ingress of contaminants by maintaining a positive differential between the pressure within the cylinder and the valve outlet. In order to prevent back-flow of fluids into the cylinder from a higher pressure source a "Non-Return Valve" (NRV) function shall either be incorporated into the residual pressure device or be a discrete additional device in the cylinder valve,

e.g. a regulator.

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P200

PACKING INSTRUCTION (cont'd)

P200

Requirements for N.O.S. entries and for mixtures

z: The construction materials of the pressure receptacles and their accessories shall be compatible with the contents and shall not react to form harmful or dangerous compounds therewith.

The test pressure and filling ratio shall be calculated in accordance with the relevant requirements of (5).

Toxic substances with an LC50 less than or equal to 200 ml/mshall not be carried in tubes, pressure drums or MEGCs and shall meet the requirements of special packing provision "k". However, UN 1975 Nitric oxide and dinitrogen tetroxide mixture may be carried in pressure drums.

For pressure receptacles containing pyrophoric gases or flammable mixtures of gases containing more than 1% pyrophoric compounds, the requirements of special packing provision "q" shall be met.

The necessary steps shall be taken to prevent dangerous reactions (i.e. polymerisation or decomposition) during carriage. If necessary, stabilisation or addition of an inhibitor shall be required.

Mixtures containing UN No. 1911 diborane, shall be filled to a pressure such that, if complete decomposition of the diborane occurs, two thirds of the test pressure of the pressure receptacle shall not be exceeded.

Mixtures containing UN 2192 germane, other than mixtures of up to 35% germane in hydrogen or nitrogen or up to 28% germane in helium or argon, shall be filled to a pressure such that, if complete decomposition of the germane occurs, two thirds of the test pressure of the pressure receptacle shall not be exceeded.

Requirements for substances not in Class 2

ab: Pressure receptacles shall satisfy the following conditions:

(i) The pressure test shall include an inspection of the inside of the pressure receptacles and check of accessories;

(ii) In addition resistance to corrosion shall be checked every two years by means of suitable instruments (e.g. ultrasound) and the condition of the accessories verified;

(iii) Wall thickness shall not be less than 3 mm.

ac: Tests and inspections shall be carried out under the supervision of an expert approved by the competent authority.

ad: Pressure receptacles shall satisfy the following conditions:

(i) Pressure receptacles shall be designed for a design pressure of not less than 2.1 MPa (21 bar) (gauge pressure);

(ii) In addition to the marks for refillable receptacles, the pressure receptacles shall bear the following particulars in clearly legible and durable characters:

- The UN number and the proper shipping name of the substance according to 3.1.2;

- The maximum permitted mass when filled and the tare of the pressure receptacle, including accessories fitted during filling, or the gross mass.

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P200

 

PACKING INSTRUCTION (cont'd)

P200

(11) The applicable requirements of this packing instruction are considered to have been complied with if the following standards, as relevant, are applied:

       
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

(12) An interval of 15 years for the periodic inspection of refillable welded steel cylinders may be granted in accordance with special packing provision v (2) of paragraph (10), if the following provisions are applied.

1. General provisions

1.1 For the application of this section, the competent authority shall not delegate its tasks and duties to Xb bodies (inspection bodies of type B) or IS bodies (in-house inspection services) (for the definitions of Xb and IS bodies, see 6.2.3.6.1).

1.2 The owner of the cylinders shall apply to the competent authority for granting the 15 year interval, and shall demonstrate that the requirements of sub-paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 are met.

1.3 Cylinders manufactured since 1 January 1999 shall have been manufactured in conformity with the following standards:

- EN 1442; or

- EN 13322-1; or

- Annex I, parts 1 to 3 to Council Directive 84/527/EECa as applicable according to the table in 6.2.4.

Other cylinders manufactured before 1 January 2009 in conformity with ADR in accordance with a technical code accepted by the national competent authority may be accepted for a 15 year interval, if they are of equivalent safety to the provisions of ADR as applicable at the time of application.

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Applicable requirements

Reference

Title of document

(7)

EN 1919:2000

Transportable gas cylinders. Cylinders for gases (excluding acetylene and LPG). Inspection at time of filling

(7)

EN 1920:2000

Transportable gas cylinders. Cylinders for compressed gases (excluding acetylene). Inspection at time of filling

(7)

EN 13365:2002

+A1:2005

Transportable gas cylinders – Cylinder bundles for permanent and liquefied gases (excluding acetylene) – Inspection at the time of filling

(7) (a)

ISO 10691:2004

Gas cylinders – Refillable welded steel cylinders for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) – Procedures for checking before, during and after filling.

(7) (a)

ISO 11755:2005

Gas cylinders – Cylinder bundles for compressed and liquefied gases (excluding acetylene) – Inspection at time of filling

(7) (a)

ISO 24431:2006

Gas cylinders – Cylinders for compressed and liquefied gases (excluding acetylene) – Inspection at time of filling

(7) (a) and (10) p

ISO 11372:2011

Gas cylinders – Acetylene cylinders – Filling conditions and filling inspection

NOTE: The EN version of this ISO standard fulfils the requirements and may also be used.

(07) (a) and (10) p

ISO 13088:2011

Gas cylinders – Acetylene cylinder bundles – Filling conditions and filling inspection

NOTE: The EN version of this ISO standard fulfils the requirements and may also be used.

(7) and (10) ta (b)

EN 1439:2008

(except 3.5 and Annex G)

LPG equipment and accessories – Procedures for checking LPG cylinders before, during and after filling

(7) and (10) ta (b)

EN 14794:2005

LPG equipment and accessories - Transportable refillable aluminium cylinders for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) - Procedure for checking before, during and after filling

(10) p

EN 12755:2000

Transportable gas cylinders – Filling conditions for acetylene bundles

 

 

Council directive on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to welded unalloyed steel gas cylinders, published in the Official Journal of the European Communities No. L 300 of 19.11.1984.

P200

PACKING INSTRUCTION (cont'd)

P200

1.4 The owner shall submit documentary evidence to the competent authority demonstrating that the cylinders comply with the provisions of sub-paragraph 1.3. The competent authority shall verify that these conditions are met.

1.5 The competent authority shall check whether the provisions of sub-paragraphs 2 and 3 are fulfilled and correctly applied. If all provisions are fulfilled, it shall authorise the 15-year interval for the cylinders. In this authorisation, the type of cylinder (as specified in the type approval) or a group of cylinders (see Note) covered shall be clearly identified. The authorisation shall be delivered to the owner; the competent authority shall keep a copy. The owner shall keep the documents for as long as the cylinders are authorised for a 15 year interval.

NOTE: A group of cylinders is defined by the production dates of identical cylinders for a period, during which the applicable provisions of ADR and of the technical code accepted by the competent authority have not changed in their technical content. Example: Cylinders of identical design and volume having been manufactured according to the provisions of ADR as applicable between 1 January 1985 and 31 December 1988 in combination with a technical code accepted by the competent authority applicable for the same period, form one group in terms of the provisions of this paragraph.

1.6 The competent authority shall monitor the owner of the cylinders for compliance with the provisions of ADR and the authorisation given as appropriate, but at least every three years or when changes to the procedures are introduced.

2. Operational provisions

2.1 Cylinders having been granted a 15 year interval for periodic inspection shall only be filled in filling centres applying a documented quality system to ensure that all the provisions of paragraph (7) of this packing instruction and the requirements and responsibilities of EN 1439:2008 are fulfilled and correctly applied.

2.2 The competent authority shall verify that these requirements are fulfilled and check this as appropriate, but at least every three years or when changes to the procedures are introduced.

2.3 The owner shall provide documentary evidence to the competent authority that the filling centre complies with the provisions of sub-paragraph 2.1.

2.4 If a filling centre is situated in a different Contracting Party to ADR, the owner shall provide additional documentary evidence that the filling centre is monitored accordingly by the competent authority of that Contracting Party to ADR.

2.5 To prevent internal corrosion, only gases of high quality with very low potential contamination shall be filled into the cylinders. This is deemed to be fulfilled, if the gases conform to the limitations on corrosiveness as specified in ISO 9162:1989.

3. Provisions for qualification and periodic inspection

3.1 Cylinders of a type or group already in use, for which a 15 year interval has been granted and to which the 15 year interval has been applied, shall be subject to a periodic inspection according to 6.2.3.5.

NOTE: For the definition of a group of cylinders, see Note to sub-paragraph 1.5.

3.2 If a cylinder with a 15-year interval fails the hydraulic pressure test during a periodic inspection

e.g. by bursting or leakage, the owner shall investigate and produce a report on the cause of the failure and if other cylinders (e.g. of the same type or group) are affected. In the latter case, the owner shall inform the competent authority. The competent authority shall then decide on appropriate measures and inform the competent authorities of all other Contracting Parties to ADR accordingly.

3.3 If internal corrosion as defined in the standard applied (see sub-paragraph 1.3) has been detected, the cylinder shall be withdrawn from use and shall not be granted any further period for filling and carriage.

3.4 Cylinders having been granted a 15 year interval shall only be fitted with valves designed and manufactured for a minimum 15 year period of use according to EN 13152:2001 + A1:2003, EN 13153:2001 + A1:2003, EN ISO 14245:2010 or EN ISO 15995:2010. After a periodic inspection, a new valve shall be fitted to the cylinder, except that manually operated valves, which have been refurbished or inspected according to EN 14912:2005 may be re-fitted, if they are suitable for another 15 year period of use. Refurbishment or inspection shall only be carried out by the manufacturer of the valves or according to his technical instruction by an enterprise qualified for such work and operating under a documented quality system.

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PACKING INSTRUCTION (cont'd)

P200

4. Marking

   

Cylinders having been granted a 15 year interval for periodic inspection in accordance with this paragraph shall additionally be marked clearly and legibly with "P15Y". This mark shall be removed if the cylinder is no longer authorised for a 15 year interval.

NOTE: This mark shall not apply to cylinders subject to the transitional provision in 1.6.2.9, 1.6.2.10 or the provisions of special packing provision v (1) of paragraph (10) of this packing instruction.

(13) An interval of 15 years for the periodic inspection of seamless steel and aluminium alloy cylinders and bundles of such cylinders may be granted in accordance with special packing provisions ua or va of paragraph (10), if the following provisions are applied:

1. General provisions

1.1 For the application of this paragraph, the competent authority shall not delegate its tasks and duties to Xb bodies (inspection bodies of type B) or IS bodies (in-house inspection services) (for the definitions of Xb and IS bodies, see 6.2.3.6.1).

1.2 The owner of the cylinders or bundles of cylinders shall apply to the competent authority for granting the 15 year interval, and shall demonstrate that the requirements of sub-paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 are met.

1.3 Cylinders manufactured since 1 January 1999 shall have been manufactured in conformity with one of the following standards:

- EN 1964-1 or EN 1964-2; or

- EN 1975; or

Other cylinders manufactured before 1 January 2009 in conformity with ADR in accordance with a technical code accepted by the national competent authority may be accepted for a 15 year interval for periodic inspection, if they are of equivalent safety to the provisions of ADR as applicable at the time of application.

NOTE: This provision is considered to be fulfilled if the cylinder has been reassessed according to the procedure for the reassessment of conformity described in Annex III of Directive 2010/35/EU of 16 June 2010 or Annex IV, Part II, of Directive 1999/36/EC of 29 April 1999.

Cylinders and bundles of cylinders marked with the United Nations packaging symbol specified in

6.2.2.7.2 (a) shall not be granted a 15 year interval for periodic inspection.

1.4 Bundles of cylinders shall be constructed such that contact between cylinders along the longitudinal axis of the cylinders does not result in external corrosion. The supports and restraining straps shall be such as to minimise the risk of corrosion to the cylinders. Shock absorbent materials used in supports shall only be allowed if they have been treated to eliminate water absorption. Examples of suitable materials are water resistant belting and rubber.

1.5 The owner shall submit documentary evidence to the competent authority demonstrating that the cylinders comply with the provisions of sub-paragraph 1.3. The competent authority shall verify that these conditions are met.

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Council Directive on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to seamless, steel gas cylinders, published in the Official Journal of the European Communities No. L 300 of 19.11.1984.

Council Directive on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to seamless, unalloyed aluminium and aluminium alloy gas cylinders, published in the Official Journal of the European Communities No.

L 300 of 19.11.1984.

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1.6 The competent authority shall check whether the provisions of sub-paragraphs 2 and 3 are fulfilled and correctly applied. If all provisions are fulfilled, it shall authorise the 15 year interval for periodic inspection for the cylinders or bundles of cylinders. In this authorisation a group of cylinders (see NOTE below) covered shall be clearly identified. The authorisation shall be delivered to the owner; the competent authority shall keep a copy. The owner shall keep the documents for as long as the cylinders are authorised for a 15 year interval.

NOTE: A group of cylinders is defined by the production dates of identical cylinders for a period, during which the applicable provisions of ADR and of the technical code accepted by the competent authority have not changed in their technical content. Example: Cylinders of identical design and volume having been manufactured according to the provisions of ADR applicable between 1 January 1985 and 31 December 1988 in combination with a technical code accepted by the competent authority applicable for the same period form one group in terms of the provisions of this paragraph.

1.7 The owner shall ensure compliance with the provisions of ADR and the authorisation given as appropriate and shall demonstrate this to the competent authority on request but at least every three years or when significant changes to the procedures are introduced.

2. Operational provisions

2.1 Cylinders or bundles of cylinders having been granted a 15 year interval for periodic inspection shall only be filled in filling centres applying a documented and certified quality system to ensure that all the provisions of paragraph (7) of this packing instruction and the requirements and responsibilities of EN 1919:2000, EN 1920:2000 or EN 13365:2002 as applicable are fulfilled and correctly applied. The quality system, according to the ISO 9000 (series) or equivalent, shall be certified by an accredited independent body recognized by the competent authority. This includes procedures for pre- and post- fill inspections and the filling process for cylinders, bundles of cylinders and valves.

    1. Aluminium alloy cylinders and bundles of such cylinders without RPVs having been granted a 15 year interval for periodic inspection shall be checked prior to every fill in accordance with a documented procedure which shall at least include the following:

      • Open the cylinder valve or the main valve of the bundle of cylinders to check for residual pressure;

      • If gas is emitted, the cylinder or bundle of cylinders may be filled;

      • If no gas is emitted, the internal condition of the cylinder or bundle of cylinders shall be checked for contamination;

      • If no contamination is detected, the cylinder or bundle of cylinders may be filled. If contamination is detected corrective action is to be carried out.

    1. Seamless steel cylinders fitted with RPVs and bundles of seamless steel cylinders equipped with main valve(s) with a residual pressure device having been granted a 15 year interval for periodic inspection shall be checked prior to every fill in accordance with a documented procedure which shall at least include the following:

      • Open the cylinder valve or bundle of cylinders main valve to check for residual pressure;

      • If gas is emitted, the cylinder or bundle of cylinders may be filled;

      • If no gas is emitted the functioning of the residual pressure device shall be checked;

      • If the check shows that the residual pressure device has retained pressure the cylinder or bundle of cylinders may be filled;

      • If the check shows that the residual pressure device has not retained pressure, the internal condition of the cylinder or bundle of cylinders shall be checked for contamination:

        • If no contamination is detected, the cylinder or bundle of cylinders may be filled following repair or replacement of the residual pressure device;

        • If contamination is detected, a corrective action shall be carried out.

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2.4 To prevent internal corrosion, only gases of high quality with very low potential contamination shall be filled into cylinders or bundles of cylinders. This is deemed to be fulfilled, if the compatibility of gases/material is acceptable in accordance with EN ISO 11114-1:2012 and EN 11114-2:2013, and the gas quality meets the specifications in EN ISO 14175:2008 or, for gases not covered in the standard, a minimum purity of 99.5% by volume and a maximum moisture content of 40 ml/m3(ppm). For nitrous oxide the values shall be a minimum purity of 98% by volume and a maximum moisture content of 70 ml/m3 (ppm).

2.5 The owner shall ensure that the requirements of 2.1 to 2.4 are fulfilled and provide documentary evidence of this to the competent authority on request, but at least every three years or when significant changes to the procedures are introduced.

2.6 If a filling centre is situated in a different Contracting Party to ADR, the owner shall provide to the competent authority, on request, additional documentary evidence that the filling centre is monitored accordingly by the competent authority of that Contracting Party to ADR. See also 1.2.

3. Provisions for qualification and periodic inspection

3.1 Cylinders and bundles of cylinders already in use, for which the conditions of sub-paragraph 2 have been met from the date of the last periodic inspection to the satisfaction of the competent authority, may have their inspection period extended to 15 years from the date of the last periodic inspection. Otherwise the change of test period from ten to fifteen years shall be made at the time of periodic inspection. The periodic inspection report shall indicate that this cylinder or bundle of cylinders shall be fitted with a residual pressure device as appropriate. Other documentary evidence may be accepted by the competent authority.

3.2 If a cylinder with a 15 year interval fails the pressure test by bursting or leakage or if a severe defect is detected by a non-destructive test (NDT) during a periodic inspection the owner shall investigate and produce a report on the cause of the failure and if other cylinders (e.g. of the same type or group) are affected. In the latter case, the owner shall inform the competent authority. The competent authority shall then decide on appropriate measures and inform the competent authorities of all other Contracting Parties to ADR accordingly.

3.3 If internal corrosion and other defects as defined in the periodic inspection standards referenced in 6.2.4 have been detected, the cylinder shall be withdrawn from use and shall not be granted any further period for filling and carriage.

3.4 Cylinders or bundles of cylinders having been granted a 15 year interval for periodic inspection shall only be fitted with valves designed and tested according to EN 849 or EN ISO 10297 as applicable at the time of manufacture (see also the table in 6.2.4.1). After a periodic inspection a new valve shall be fitted, except that valves which have been refurbished or inspected according to EN ISO 22434:2011 may be re-fitted.

4. Marking

   

Cylinders and bundles of cylinders having been granted a 15 year interval for periodic inspection in accordance with this paragraph shall have the date (year) of the next periodic inspection as required in section 5.2.1.6 (c) and at the same time additionally be marked clearly and legibly with "P15Y". This mark shall be removed if the cylinder or bundle of cylinders is no longer authorised for a 15 year interval for periodic inspection.

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Table 1: COMPRESSED GASES

 

UN

No.

 

Name and description

 

Classification code

 

LC50ml/m3

Cylinders

Tubes

Pressure drums

Bundles of cylinders

Test period, years a

Test pressure, bar b

Maximum working

pressure, bar b

Special packing provisions

1002

AIR, COMPRESSED

1A

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

ua, va

1006

ARGON, COMPRESSED

1A

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

ua, va

1016

CARBON MONOXIDE, COMPRESSED

1TF

3760

X

X

X

X

5

   

u

1023

COAL GAS, COMPRESSED

1TF

 

X

X

X

X

5

     

1045

FLUORINE, COMPRESSED

1TOC

185

X

   

X

5

200

30

a, k, n, o

1046

HELIUM, COMPRESSED

1A

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

ua, va

1049

HYDROGEN, COMPRESSED

1F

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

d, ua, va

1056

KRYPTON, COMPRESSED

1A

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

ua, va

1065

NEON, COMPRESSED

1A

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

ua, va

1066

NITROGEN, COMPRESSED

1A

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

ua, va

1071

OIL GAS, COMPRESSED

1TF

 

X

X

X

X

5

     

1072

OXYGEN, COMPRESSED

1O

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

s, ua, va

1612

HEXAETHYL TETRAPHOSPHATE AND COMPRESSED GAS MIXTURE

1T

 

X

X

X

X

5

   

z

1660

NITRIC OXIDE, COMPRESSED

1TOC

115

X

   

X

5

225

33

k, o

1953

COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S.

1TF

 5000

X

X

X

X

5

   

z

1954

COMPRESSED GAS, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S

1F

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

z, ua, va

1955

COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC, N.O.S.

1T

 5000

X

X

X

X

5

   

z

1956

COMPRESSED GAS, N.O.S.

1A

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

z, ua, va

1957

DEUTERIUM, COMPRESSED

1F

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

d, ua, va

1964

HYDROCARBON GAS MIXTURE, COMPRESSED, N.O.S.

1F

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

z, ua, va

1971

METHANE, COMPRESSED or NATURAL GAS, COMPRESSED

with high methane content

1F

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

ua, va

2034

HYDROGEN AND METHANE MIXTURE, COMPRESSED

1F

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

d, ua, va

2190

OXYGEN DIFLUORIDE, COMPRESSED

1TOC

2.6

X

   

X

5

200

30

a, k, n, o

3156

COMPRESSED GAS, OXIDIZING, N.O.S.

1O

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

z, ua, va

 

 

UN

No.

 

3303

 

Table

 

Name and description

 

COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC,

 

1: COMP

 

1TO

 

RESSED

 

 5000

 

GAS

 

X

 

ES

 

X

 

X

 

X

 

5

   

 

z

 

OXIDIZING, N.O.S.

                   

3304

COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC,

1TC

 5000

X

X

X

X

5

   

z

 

CORROSIVE, N.O.S.

                   

3305

COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE,

1TFC

 5000

X

X

X

X

5

   

z

 

N.O.S.

                   

3306

COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC, OXIDIZING, CORROSIVE, N.O.S.

1TOC

 5000

X

X

X

X

5

   

z

 

Classification code

Classification code

 

LC50 ml/m3

LC50 ml/m3

 

Cylinders

Cylinders

 

Tubes

Tubes

 

Pressure drums

Pressure drums

 

Bundles of cylinders

Bundles of cylinders

 

Test period, years a

Test period, years a

 

Test pressure, bar b

Maximum working pressure, bar b

Special packing provisions

Test pressure, bar b

Maximum working pressure, bar b

Special packing provisions

 

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Not applicable for pressure receptacles made of composite materials.

 

Where the entries are blank, the working pressure shall not exceed two thirds of the test pressure.

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Table 2: LIQUEFIED GASES AND DISSOLVED GASES

 

UN

No.

 

Name and description

 

Classification code

LC50ml/m3

Cylinders

Tubes

Pressure drums

Bundles of cylinders

Test period, years a

Test pressure, bar

 

Filling ratio

 

Special packing provisions

1001

ACETYLENE, DISSOLVED

4F

 

X

   

X

10

60

 

c, p

1005

AMMONIA, ANHYDROUS

2TC

4000

X

X

X

X

5

29

0.54

b, ra

1008

BORON TRIFLUORIDE

2TC

387

X

X

X

X

5

225

0.715

a

300

0.86

1009

BROMOTRIFLUORO- METHANE (REFRIGERANT GAS R 13B1)

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

42

1.13

ra

120

1.44

ra

250

1.60

ra

1010

BUTADIENES, STABILIZED

(1,2-butadiene) or

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.59

ra

1010

BUTADIENES, STABILIZED

(1,3-butadiene) or

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.55

ra

1010

BUTADIENES AND HYDROCARBON MIXTURE, STABILIZED

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.50

ra, v, z

1011

BUTANE

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.52

ra, v

1012

BUTYLENES MIXTURES or

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.50

ra, z

1012

1-BUTYLENE or

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.53

 

1012

CIS-2-BUTYLENE or

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.55

 

1012

TRANS-2 BUTYLENE

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.54

 

1013

CARBON DIOXIDE

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

190

250

0.68

0.76

ra, ua, va ra, ua, va

1017

CHLORINE

2TOC

293

X

X

X

X

5

22

1.25

a, ra

1018

CHLORODIFLUORO- METHANE (REFRIGERANT GAS R 22)

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

27

1.03

ra

1020

CHLOROPENTAFLUORO- ETHANE (REFRIGERANT GAS R 115)

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

25

1.05

ra

1021

1-CHLORO-1,2,2,2- TETRAFLUOROETHANE (REFRIGERANT GAS R 124)

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

11

1.20

ra

1022

CHLOROTRIFLUORO- METHANE (REFRIGERANT GAS R 13)

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

100

0.83

ra

120

0.90

ra

190

1.04

ra

250

1.11

ra

1026

CYANOGEN

2TF

350

X

X

X

X

5

100

0.70

ra, u

1027

CYCLOPROPANE

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

18

0.55

ra

1028

DICHLORODIFLUORO- METHANE (REFRIGERANT GAS R 12)

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

16

1.15

ra

1029

DICHLOROFLUORO- METHANE (REFRIGERANT GAS R 21)

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

1.23

ra

1030

1,1-DIFLUOROETHANE (REFRIGERANT GAS R 152a)

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

16

0.79

ra

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Table 2: LIQUEFIED GASES AND DISSOLVED GASES

 

UN

No.

 

Name and description

 

Classification code

LC50ml/m3

Cylinders

Tubes

Pressure drums

Bundles of cylinders

Test period, years a

Test pressure, bar

 

Filling ratio

 

Special packing provisions

1032

DIMETHYLAMINE, ANHYDROUS

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.59

b, ra

1033

DIMETHYL ETHER

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

18

0.58

ra

1035

ETHANE

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

95

0.25

ra

120

0.30

ra

300

0.40

ra

1036

ETHYLAMINE

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.61

b, ra

1037

ETHYL CHLORIDE

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.80

a, ra

1039

ETHYL METHYL ETHER

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.64

ra

1040

ETHYLENE OXIDE, or ETHYLENE OXIDE WITH

NITROGEN up to a total pressure of 1MPa (10 bar) at 50 °C

2TF

2900

X

X

X

X

5

15

0.78

l, ra

1041

ETHYLENE OXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE

MIXTURE with more than 9% but not more than 87% ethylene oxide

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

190

0.66

ra

250

0.75

ra

1043

FERTILIZER AMMONIATING SOLUTION

with free ammonia

4A

 

X

 

X

X

5

   

b, z

1048

HYDROGEN BROMIDE, ANHYDROUS

2TC

2860

X

X

X

X

5

60

1.51

a, d, ra

1050

HYDROGEN CHLORIDE, ANHYDROUS

2TC

2810

X

X

X

X

5

100

0.30

a, d, ra

120

0.56

a, d, ra

150

0.67

a, d, ra

200

0.74

a, d, ra

1053

HYDROGEN SULPHIDE

2TF

712

X

X

X

X

5

48

0.67

d, ra, u

1055

ISOBUTYLENE

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

10

0.52

ra

1058

LIQUEFIED GASES, non-

flammable, charged with nitrogen, carbon dioxide or air

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

 

ra, z

1060

METHYLACETYLENE AND PROPADIENE MIXTURE, STABILIZED

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

c, ra, z

Propadiene with 1% to 4% methylacetylene

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

22

0.52

c, ra

Mixture P1

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

30

0.49

c, ra

Mixture P2

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

24

0.47

c, ra

1061

METHYLAMINE, ANHYDROUS

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

13

0.58

b, ra

1062

METHYL BROMIDE with not more than 2% chloropicrin

2T

850

X

X

X

X

5

10

1.51

a

1063

METHYL CHLORIDE (REFRIGERANT GAS R 40)

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

17

0.81

a, ra

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Table 2: LIQUEFIED GASES AND DISSOLVED GASES

 

UN

No.

 

Name and description

 

Classification code

LC50ml/m3

Cylinders

Tubes

Pressure drums

Bundles of cylinders

Test period, years a

Test pressure, bar

 

Filling ratio

 

Special packing provisions

1064

METHYL MERCAPTAN

2TF

1350

X

X

X

X

5

10

0.78

d, ra, u

1067

DINITROGEN TETROXIDE (NITROGEN DIOXIDE)

2TOC

115

X

 

X

X

5

10

1.30

k

1069

NITROSYL CHLORIDE

2TC

35

X

   

X

5

13

1.10

k, ra

1070

NITROUS OXIDE

2O

 

X

X

X

X

10

180

0.68

ua, va

225

0.74

ua, va

250

0.75

ua, va

1075

PETROLEUM GASES, LIQUEFIED

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

v, z

1076

PHOSGENE

2TC

5

X

 

X

X

5

20

1.23

a, k, ra

1077

PROPYLENE

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

27

0.43

ra

1078

REFRIGERANT GAS, N.O.S.

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

   

ra, z

Mixture F1

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

12

1.23

 

Mixture F2

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

18

1.15

 

Mixture F3

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

29

1.03

 

1079

SULPHUR DIOXIDE

2TC

2520

X

X

X

X

5

12

1.23

ra

1080

SULPHUR HEXAFLUORIDE

2A

 

X

X

X

X

10

70

1.06

ra, ua, va

140

1.34

ra, ua, va

160

1.38

ra, ua, va

1081

TETRAFLUOROETHYLENE, STABILIZED

2F

 

X

X

X

X

10

200

 

m, o, ra

1082

TRIFLUOROCHLOROETHY- LENE, STABILIZED (REFRIGERANT GAS R1113)

2TF

2000

X

X

X

X

5

19

1.13

ra, u

1083

TRIMETHYLAMINE, ANHYDROUS

2F

 

X

X