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250mm Limited Quantity Road Rail Sea Adhesive Label

These limited quantity labels are used for the transport of dangerous goods packaged in limited quantities by road, rail and sea. The Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail (ADG Code) offers reduced regulatory requirements for transporting dangerous goods in limited quantity packaging. Which are relatively small packages containing selected low hazard dangerous...

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250mm Limited Quantity Air Only Adhesive Label

These limited quantity labels are used for the transport of dangerous goods packaged in limited quantities by air. The Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail (ADG Code) offers reduced regulatory requirements for transporting dangerous goods in limited quantity packaging. Which are relatively small packages containing selected low hazard dangerous goods. Even for...

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250mm Limited Quantity Road Rail Sea Adhesive Label Split

ADGC sets out the techincal requirements for the transporting of Dangerous Goods. Silverback stocks a wide range of Dangerous Goods labels, class labels, class diamonds, hazchem labels and placards specifically for the labelling and identification of Hazardous and Dangerous Goods. Our DG labels comply with ADGC compliance and standards. Our 250mm DG labels are printed with UV resistant inks on...

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Dangerous Goods Class Mixed Goods

The Mixed Class label is used as a placard on cargo transport units transporting more than one class or division of dangerous goods, excluding limited quantity loads. It is not a package label; and It is not part of the UN labelling system. It is used as a transport placard for road or rail transport within Australia. As per the Australian Dangerous Goods Code, vehicle placards must...

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Dangerous Goods Class Pollutant Sub-Risk

The Marine Pollutant label is a sub-risk label only and is used with other primary classes of labels. Marine pollutants or environmentally hazardous substances are materials that can pose a risk to aquatic ecosystems. Marine pollutant is a term used by the IMDG code (International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code). The term "environmentally hazardous substances" is used by other dangerous goods...

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