What material is ID number 1162?

What material is ID number 1162?

UN 1162: Dimethyldichlorosilane – Substance information – HazMat Tool.

What are the NFPA diamond color codes?

The system uses a color-coded diamond with four quadrants in which numbers are used in the upper three quadrants to signal the degree of health hazard (blue), flammability hazard (red), and reactivity hazard (yellow). The bottom quadrant is used to indicate special hazards.

What do the four colors in the NFPA diamond mean?

The four bars are color coded, using the modern color bar symbols with blue indicating the level of health hazard, red for flammability, orange for a physical hazard, and white for Personal Protection. The number ratings range from 0-4. The Health section conveys the health hazards of the material.

Which material has the ID number 1210?

Flammable liquid placards display UN 1210, hazard class 3, and meet hazmat placarding requirements.

What is UN1075?

UN 1075 is liquefied petroleum gas. Labelmaster offers UN1075 Hazard Class 2 Flammable Gas placards in many different materials for all weather conditions and usage needs. Don’t take chances when shipping liquefied petroleum gas.

What does placard 3257 mean?

elevated temperature liquid
Pre-numbered with 4-digit identification number (UN 3257), hazard class (9) and DOT-required symbol. Use hazmat placards for shipping miscellaneous dangerous goods (elevated temperature liquid, n.o.s. – including molten metals, molten salts, etc.) Miscellaneous dangerous goods placard measures 10-3/4″ x 10-3/4″

What does the NFPA chemical label with a number 4 in the red section represent?

Number System: NFPA Rating and OSHA’s Classification System 0-4 0-least hazardous 4-most hazardous 1-4 1-most severe hazard 4-least severe hazard • The Hazard category numbers are NOT required to be on labels but are required on SDSs in Section 2.

What does the number 4 in the blue diamond mean?

The numbers superimposed over the colors rank the severity or danger, ranging from one to four, with four being the highest rating. The blue indicates potential health effects. A four in the blue means severe and immediate health effects, including death, and a one time exposure can cause lasting health problems.

What is un1219?

UN 1219 Flammable Liquid Placard — Isopropanol Pre-printed with a UN Number, these Hazard Class 3 placards meet the requirements of 49 CFR 172.500 for domestic and international shipments of hazardous materials by highway, rail and water.

What is un1210?

UN 1210: Printing ink, flammable or Printing ink related material (including printing ink thinning or reducing compound), flammable – Substance information – HazMat Tool.

What does UN1072 mean?

What is UN1072? UN1072 is used for domestic shipping of Hazard Class 2.2 – Oxygen, Compressed or Oxygen, Refrigerated Liquid (see 49 CFR 172.530).