Our Class 8 Corrosive Labels help you in complying with DOT regulations set in Title 49 (Subpart E) of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).
Liquids or solids that lead to full damage of human skin on contact within a specific time period are considered corrosive materials. Corrosive materials also mean “a liquid that has a severe corrosion rate on steel or aluminum based on criteria in §173.137(c)(2)
A liquid is considered to have a severe corrosion rate if it corrodes steel (SAE 1020) or aluminum (non-clad 7075-T6) faster than 6.25 mm (0.246 in.) a year at a temperature of 55º C (131º F).” [CFR, Title 49, §173.137(c)(2)]
• Class 8 Labels meet the design specifications stated by the DOT whilst conforming to other relevant regulations including IMDG, international air transport and ICAO rules.
• Labels are made using premium quality materials that resist fading, abrasion, chemical spills and more.
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