Unless otherwise specified in ADR, the unloading shall not be carried out, if the above-mentioned
inspections reveal deficiencies that might affect the safety or the security of the unloading.

In accordance with the special provisions of 7.3.3 or 7.5.11, in conformity with Columns (17) and (18)
of Table A of Chapter 3.2, certain dangerous goods shall only be forwarded as a "full load" (see
definition in 1.2.1). In such a case, the competent authorities may require the vehicle or large
container used for such carriage to be loaded at only one point and unloaded at only one point.

When orientation arrows are required packages and overpacks shall be oriented in accordance with
such marks.
NOTE: Liquid dangerous goods shall be loaded below dry dangerous goods whenever practicable.

All means of containment shall be loaded and unloaded in conformity with a handling method for
which they have been designed and, where required, tested.

Mixed loading prohibition

Packages bearing different danger labels shall not be loaded together in the same vehicle or container
unless mixed loading is permitted according to the following Table based on the danger labels they
bear.
NOTE 1: In accordance with 5.4.1.4.2, separate transport documents shall be drawn up for
consignments that cannot be loaded together in the same vehicle or container.
NOTE 2: For packages containing substances or articles only of Class 1 and bearing a label
conforming to models Nos. 1, 1.4, 1.5 or 1.6, irrespective of any other danger labels required for
these packages, mixed loading shall be permitted in accordance with 7.5.2.2. The Table in 7.5.2.1
shall only apply when such packages are loaded together with packages containing substances or
articles of other classes.
 

Packages containing substances or articles of Class 1, bearing a label conforming to models Nos. 1,
1.4, 1.5 or 1.6 which are assigned to different compatibility groups shall not be loaded together in the
same vehicle or container, unless mixed loading is permitted in accordance with the following Table
for the corresponding compatibility groups.
 

For the purpose of the application of the prohibitions of mixed loading on one vehicle, no account
shall be taken of substances contained in closed containers with complete sides. Nevertheless, the
mixed loading prohibitions laid down in 7.5.2.1 concerning mixed loading of packages bearing labels
conforming to models Nos. 1, 1.4, 1.5 or 1.6 with other packages, and in 7.5.2.2 concerning mixed
loading of explosives of different compatibility groups shall also apply between dangerous goods
contained in a container and the other dangerous goods loaded on the same vehicle, whether or not the
latter goods are enclosed in one or more other containers.

Mixed loading of dangerous goods packed in limited quantities with any type of explosive substances
and articles, except those of Division 1.4 and UN Nos. 0161 and 0499, is prohibited.

(Reserved)

Precautions with respect to foodstuffs, other articles of consumption and animal feeds

 
If special provision CV28 is indicated  for a substance or article in Column (18) of Table A of   
Chapter 3.2, precautions with respect to foodstuffs, other articles of consumption and animal feeds 
shall be taken as follows.
 
Packages as well as uncleaned empty packagings, including large packagings and intermediate bulk 
containers (IBCs), bearing labels conforming to models Nos. 6.1 or 6.2 and those bearing labels 
conforming to model No. 9 containing goods of UN Nos. 2212, 2315, 2590, 3151, 3152 or 3245, shall 
not be stacked on or loaded in immediate proximity to packages known to contain foodstuffs, other 
articles of consumption or animal feeds in vehicles, in containers and at places of loading, 
unloading or transhipment.
 
When these packages, bearing the said labels, are loaded in immediate proximity of packages known 
to contain foodstuffs, other articles of consumption or animal feeds, they shall be kept apart from 
the latter:
 
(a)      By complete partitions which should be as high as the packages bearing the said labels;
 
(b)  By packages not bearing labels conforming to models Nos. 6.1, 6.2 or 9 or packages bearing  
labels conforming to model No.9 but not containing goods of UN Nos. 2212, 2315, 2590,  3151, 3152 
or 3245; or
 
(c)       By a space of at least 0.8 m;
 
unless  the  packages  bearing  the  said  labels  are  provided  with  an  additional  packaging  
or  are  d (e.g. by a sheeting, a fibreboard cover or other measures).
 

Limitation of the quantities carried

If the provisions below, or the additional provisions of 7.5.11 to be applied according to Column (18)
of Table A of Chapter 3.2 require a limitation of the quantity of specific goods that can be carried, the
fact that dangerous goods are contained in one or more containers shall not affect the mass limitations
per transport unit laid down by these provisions.

Limitations with respect to explosive substances and articles

Substances and quantities carried

The total net mass in kg of explosive substance (or in the case of explosive articles, the total net mass
of explosive substance contained in all the articles combined) which may be carried on one transport
unit shall be limited as indicated in the table below (see also 7.5.2.2 as regards the prohibition of
mixed loading):
Maximum permissible net mass in kg of explosive in Class 1 goods per transport unit
 
 

Transport Unit

Division

1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.5

and 1.6

Empty uncleaned packagings

Compatibility group

1.1A

Other than 1.1A

   

Other than 1.4S

1.4S

 

EX/II a

6.25

1 000

3 000

5 000

15 000

Unlimited

5 000

Unlimited

EX/III a

18.75

16 000

16 000

16 000

16 000

Unlimited

16 000

Unlimited

a For the description of EX/II and EX/III vehicles see Part 9.

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