Properly label hazmat packages containing Division 2.1 flammable gases for ground, air, or vessel transportation. These Division 2.1 hazmat labels conform fully to the guidelines issued by the US DOT (49 CFR), IATA/ICAO, and the IMDG Code. Avoid delays and keep your moving safely and in compliance.
Examples of Division 2.1 flammable gas materials that require this hazmat label:
- Pressure-sensitive, peel-and-stick labels
- Durable, heavyweight-coated paper
- Fade-resistant UV inks
- Available in rolls of 500
Propane (UN 1978), Isobutane (UN 1969) Ethane (UN 1035), Ethylene (UN 1962), Hydrogen, compressed (UN 1049), and Hydrogen, refrigerated liquid (UN 1966), and some aerosols (UN 1950). Convenient Hazmat Training - In 40+ US Cities and Online at Lion.com
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