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Class 2.1 Flammable Gas With Panel For UN Number

Class 2.1 is a classification under the United Nations (UN) system for the transportation of dangerous goods. It refers to flammable gases that can ignite and burn when exposed to a source of ignition. These gases have a lower flammable limit in air of 13% or less by volume.

The UN number is a four-digit identifier assigned to dangerous goods to provide a standardized way of identifying them during transportation and emergency response situations.

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Hazard Class 4 Dangerous When Wet wordless placards are to meet the IMDG Code for shipments of hazardous materials. Designed to meet specifications for color, material and size.

All our Hazard Warning Labels are Fully Compliant with BS 5609


The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code governs the processes by which classified cargo may be transported by sea.

The code provides guidance on emergency response procedures in case of incidents involving dangerous goods during maritime transport.

Also, it emphasizes the importance of training for personnel involved in the transportation, handling, and emergency response related to dangerous goods.

For marking of a package the minimum dimention must be 100x100mm.

For marking of cargo transport unit, the minimum dimention must be 250x250mm.