Hazardous goods or chemicals that fall under the class 4.2 spontaneously combustible classification will need to be accompanied by this internationally recognised hazard warning placard if they are to be transported. It complies with, UN ADR, RID IMDG/IMO, ADN and ICAO/IATA and measures 250x250mm. The laminated polypropylene is durable and easy to apply and conforms to B.S 5609:1986, making it perfect for transporting combustible substances by road, rail, air and sea.
Class 4.2 spontaneous combustibles are solids that are readily combustible under transportation conditions and can trigger fire due to friction. These include solid and liquid self-reactive substances and solid desensitised explosives.
- Class 4.2 spontaneously combustible hazard warning placard
- Made from durable laminated polypropylene
- Measures 250x250mm
- Internationally recognised
- Perfect for transport by road, rail, air and sea.
- Fully compliant with
- UN ADR
- RID IMDG/IMO