REMINGTON HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORT DATA SHEET
COMMODITY: RemOil®, with or without MoistureGuard;
in liquid form, in inner packages up to 1.3 gallons, in outer packages up to 30 kg gross.
MODE OF TRANSPORTATION: Domestic & International Vessel
|PROPER SHIPPING NAME:||Flammable liquid, n.o.s. (petroleum distillates)||LABEL:||No|
|IDENTIFICATION NUMBER:||UN 1993||PLACARD:||No|
|HAZARD CLASS/DIVISION:||3||EMERG. INFO:||No|
|(1)Sym-bols||(2)Hazardous materials descriptions and proper shipping names||(3)Hazard class or Division||(4)Identifi-cation Numbers||(5)PG||(6)Label Codes||(7)Special provisions(§172.102)||(8)Packaging (§173.***)||(9)Quantity Limitations(see §§173.27 and 175.75)||(10)Vesselstowage|
|Bulk||Passenger aircraft/ rail||Cargo aircraft only||Loca-|
|G||Flammable liquid, n.o.s.||3||UN1993||III||3|| B1, B52, IB3, T4, TP1, TP29||150||203||242||60L||220L||A|
RemOil is classed as Class 3 flammable liquids and may be transported as limited quantities when packaged as follows:
- Packed in inner packages inside an outer package (a combination package)
- Must be packed upright, packed to prevent shifting, in securely-closed strong outside packagings; no specification testing is required.
- The inner packages are limited to 1.3 gallons capacity, and the maximum gross weight of the outer package is limited to 30 kg (66 pounds). There is no limit on the number of packages in a shipment.
Citation: 49 CFR 173.24a, 49 CFR §173.150
SHIPPING PAPER REQUIREMENTS
This is the only difference between LQ Ground and Vessel – documentation is required. The difference in the document between LQ and not LQ is the addition of “LTD QTY” at the end of the description.
|X||UN1993, Flammable liquid, n.o.s. (petroleum distillates, 3, PG III, LTD QTY||(Insert net volume)|
Citation: 49 CFR 172.202, 49 CFR 172.203(b)
Limited quantity packages containing RemOil must display the limited quantity marking on one side.
The liquid orientation arrows must be present on two opposite sides of the package. This is not required for small inner packages, but Remington marks all packages with this mark to avoid mistakes when switching modes or when breaking cases. The thresholds for the mark are 1 liter for domestic ground, and 120 mL (4 oz) for air.
In addition, each carton may have to be marked with the consignor’s or the consignee’s name and address, see 49 CFR §172.301(d) for exceptions. No UN number or proper shipping name is required.
* Per 49 CFR §172.301(d), the package must be marked with the consignor or consignee’s name and address unless the package is:
(1) Transported by highway only and will not be transferred from one carrier to the other;
(2) Part of a carload lot, truckload lot or freight container load, and the entire contents of the rail car, truck or freight container are shipped from one consignor to one consignee.
Citation: 49 CFR §172.301(d), §172.312, §172.315 (a) & 49 CFR §173.150
The “OVERPACK” marking is only required if the limited quantity marking is not visible, in which case the “Limited Quantity” and “overpack” stickers are required on only one side of the pallet or overpack box.
Liquid orientation arrows must be placed on two opposite sides of the overpack, even if they can be seen through the stretch wrap.
Remington policy is to apply the overpack, LQ and liquid stickers to all pallets, regardless of visibility of product underneath. The Overpack sticker can be replaced by a sheet of paper or label that says “OVERPACK” in 1/2″ letters or bigger, e.g. on a paper list of goods applied to the overpack.
Citation: 49 CFR §173.25