Class 3 Flammable Liquids

A flammable liquid is a liquid with a flashpoint of not more than 60.5°C or any material in a liquid phase with a flashpoint at or above 37.8°C that is intentionally heated and offered for transportation or transported at or above its flashpoint in bulk packaging. Flammable liquids are capable of posing serious hazards due to their volatility, combustibility and potential in causing or propagating severe conflagrations.

Commonly Transported:

Acetone, Paints, lacquers and varnishes, Alcohols, Perfumery products, Petrol, Diesel fuel, Aviation fuel, Liquid biofuels, Coal tar, Petroleum crude oil, Adhesives, Gas oil, Shale oil, Heating oil, Kerosene, Resins, Tars, Turpentine, Carbamate insecticides, Organochlorine pesticides, Organophosphorus pesticides, Copper-based pesticides, Esters, Ethers, Ethanol, Benzene, Methanol and Octanes.

Class 3 Flammable Liquids
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Dangerous Goods Class 3.0 Flammable Liquid

Class 3 flammable liquids produce vapour that can be ignited in air on contact with a suitable ignition source. By definition these must have a flash point of less than or equal to 60.5ºC. The flash point is the temperature at which a liquid can produce enough vapour to ignite. Eg: Petroleum. Class 3.0 Flammable Liquid labels are designed to stick to Emergency Information Panels (EIP's),...

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