Properly label hazmat packages containing Division 5.2 organic peroxides. These Division 5.2 hazmat labels conform fully to the guidelines issued by US DOT (49 CFR), IATA/ICAO, and the IMDG Code. Maintain compliance by using the proper hazmat labels on all of your organic peroxide shipments.
- Pressure-sensitive, peel-and-stick labels
- Durable, heavyweight-coated paper
- Fade-resistant UV inks
- Available in rolls of 500
Division 5.2 organic peroxides come in liquid, paste, and solid (powder) form and present fire and explosion hazards due to their chemical makeup. Often used as accelerators, catalysts, curing agents, hardeners, and more, organic peroxides are especially common in the plastics and rubber industries.Convenient Hazmat Training - In 40+ US Cities and Online at Lion.com
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