Properly label hazmat packages containing Class 9 miscellaneous hazardous materials for ground, air, or vessel transportation. These Class 9 hazmat labels conform fully to the guidelines issued by US DOT (49 CFR), IATA/ICAO, and the IMDG Code. Avoid delays and keep shipments moving safely.
- Pressure-sensitive, peel-and-stick labels
- Durable, heavyweight-coated paper
- Fade-resistant UV inks
- Available in rolls of 500
Examples of Class 9 hazardous materials that may require this hazmat label include asbestos (NA 2212), dry ice (UN 1845), castor beans (UN 2969), dangerous goods in machinery (UN 3363), some chemical kits, and consumer commodities.
Note: Lithium batteries
are also regulated as Class 9 hazardous materials. However, these batteries require a different
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