“A material that is a gas at 20º C or below and 101.3 kPa of pressure (ambient temperature and pressure), i.e. the material has a boiling point of 20º C at sea level and: Is ignitable when in a mixture of 13 percent or less by volume with air. Or has a flammability range with air of at least 12% regardless of the lower limit.” [Title 29, § 1910.1200]
• Paper labels are economical. The vinyl labels are weather and chemical resistant.
• Labels help you meet the IMDG, International Air Transport and ICAO rules for shipments of hazardous materials.
• Scratch and scuff resistant, labels stay intact and withstand high temperatures, chemical spills, fading and more.
Flammable materials are demanded by law to exhibit visual identification according to P.O.P. regulations from 49CFR part 172.500.Use either option to ensure your shipments abide by regulations and promote safety during transit.