Classes Of Dangerous Goods(One from each
The UN Number
The Packing Groups
Is one example of a chemical explosive an explosive is
anything that, once ignited, burns extremely rapidly and
produces a large amount of hot gas in the process. The hot
gas expands very rapidly and applies pressure.
Dynamite is used as an explosive charge. The most common
purposes for using explosives include clearing stumps,
demolishing buildings and certain types of mining. Many
rock quarries use dynamite to harvest rock.
PG: 1 UN-0081-CONTAINER-CORRUGATED FIBRE
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH – CLASS 2: GASES-
A colorless gas, found in natural gas and petroleum and
widely used as a fuel.
Whether being used for daily cooking use, home
heating, or the occasional barbecue, propane is a
popular fuel. A liquid form of petroleum gas, it is not a
naturally occurring resource. It is instead refined from
crude oil or natural gas, and then pressurized until it
becomes a gas.
A light fuel oil obtained by distilling petroleum, used
esp. in jet engines and domestic heaters and lamps and
as a cleaning solvent.
The primary uses for kerosene are heating and fueling
vehicles. Up until electricity was invented, it was the
main source of lighting, as it was used widely in home
lanterns. It is still used for that purpose today.
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH: CLASS 4: FLAMMABLE
SOLIDS-DIVISION- 4.2, 4.3
They are one of the most convenient and dependable
methods for starting a fire and are included in most
survival kits used by hikers. It is also a common tool to
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH: CLASS 3: FLAMMABLE
Is a combination of hydrogen and its chemical
description is H2O2. In high concentrations, it can be
unstable and even poisonous.
Most common use
In homes, clinics and schools, it has frequently used to
cleanse cuts, and other minor injuries. Formulas for
these purposes generally only contain about 5%
hydrogen peroxide or less. For minor injuries.
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH CLASS: 4
FLAMMABLE SOLIDS-DIVISION-4.1, 4.2
Nicotine is a highly addictive substance that occurs
naturally in tobacco smoke. Nicotine is defined as
poisonous, oily, pale yellow substance that turns brown
upon exposure to air.
Nicotine is found in tobacco products like cigarettes, but
is also found in a variety of foods like tomatoes and
eggplants. Nicotine is also present in some
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH: CLASS 5: OXIDIZING
Yellowcake, known as U3O8 to chemists, is a product obtained
by treating uranium ore. Raw uranium ore does not usually
contain very high concentrations of this useful mineral, so it must
be refined to purify it and concentrate the uranium.
Also known as uranium, yellowcake can be further refined for
use in nuclear power plants such as those used to generate
electricity and energy for submarines. Uranium can also be
enriched for use in specialized reactors, and in the construction of
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH: CLASS GASES 2-
DIVISION- 2, 1, 2.3
Hydrochloric acid (HCL) is a colorless and odorless solution
of hydrogen chloride and water. Once commonly referred to
as muriatic acid or spirit of salt, this acid is a highly
corrosive chemical compound.
It is used to neutralize the water in swimming pools
making it safe for swimmers or produces inorganic
compounds for water treatment including drinking water
and waste water and even used to purify common salt.
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH CLASS 4: FLAMMABLE
Lithium ion (Li-ion) batteries pack high energy density in a tiny
package, making them the ideal choice for devices such as
laptops and cell phones. Lithium has long been desirable for
batteries because it is the lightest of all metals, Other than higher
power and lower weight, lithium-ion batteries are user friendly as
Lithium-ion batteries are incredibly popular these days. You can
find them in laptops, cell phones, and iPods. They are so common
because are the most energetic rechargeable batteries available.
CLASS 9- COVERS SUBSTANCES AND ARTICLES
WHICH DURING CARRIGE PRESENT A DANGER
NOT COVERED BY ANY OTHER CLASS.