Dangerous Goods Class 2.3 Toxic Gas

Dangerous Goods Class 2.3 Toxic Gas

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Brand: Silverback

Class 2.3 toxic gases may cause death or injury on inhalation. Many of these also have other properties (e.g. may be flammable, oxidizing or corrosive). Class 2.3 is never used as a subsidiary risk. If a material meets the criteria it will be classified as a toxic gas.
Eg: Anhydrous Ammonia, Methyl Bromide, Sulphur Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide.

Class 2.3 Toxic Gas labels are designed to stick to Emergency Information Panels (EIP's), shipping containers, IBC's and hazardous gas substances stored or transported.

Available Materials and Sizes

  • 250mm adhesive labels, printed with UV resistant inks on high-quality vinyl.
  • 270mm plastic polypropylene sign that contains a 250mm adhesive label adhered to its surface, ready for installation into a holder.
  • 270mm metal sign that contains a 250mm adhesive label adhered to its surface ready for installation into a holder.

Australian Dangerous Goods Labels

ADGC sets out the technical requirements for the transporting of Dangerous Goods. Silverback stocks a wide range of class signs, hazardous labels and placards specifically for the labelling and identification of dangerous goods. Silverback Class 2.3 Toxic Gas labels comply with ADGC compliance and standards, helping your company follow the chain of responsibility.

Please visit the Australian Dangerous Goods Code for more information in your States and Territories about Class 2.3 Toxic Gas

IMPORTANT: Please note - Label images shown here are for illustrative purposes only and may not be an accurate representation, as class labels are subject to legislative changes annually. Silverback ensures that all of its class labels comply with the relevant legislation at your time of purchase.