Properly placard hazardous materials shipments of Division 2.3 toxic gases for highway, rail, or vessel transportation.
These durable, water-resistant Division 2.3 hazardous materials placards conform fully to the guidelines issued by US DOT (49 CFR), IATA/ICAO, and the IMDG Code.
- Pressure-sensitive, peel-and-stick labels
- Durable, heavyweight-coated paper
- Fade-resistant UV inks
- Available in rolls of 500
DOT requires proper placarding at 49 CFR 172.500.
Examples of Division 2.3 toxic gas materials that may require this hazmat placard include chlorine (UN 1017), sulfur dioxide (UN 1079), hydrogen sulfide (UN 1053), hydrogen chloride, anhydrous (UN 1050), methyl bromide (UN 1062), oil gas, compressed (UN 1071), and nitric oxide, compressed (UN 1660).Convenient Hazmat Training - In 40+ US Cities and Online at Lion.com
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