At the initiative of the UNIn Geneva on September 30 , 1957 , it was createdADR (Accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises dangereuses par route) European Agreement on the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Roadit came into force only on January 29, 1968, It operates on the territory of all EU countries, as well as in Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Morocco.

In Russia , a similar one is calledADR

In addition to ADRtransportation of dangerous goodsIt is also regulated in accordance with the Temporary Instruction "On the Transportation of Dangerous Goods by road" of the Ministry of Communications.

In addition to this agreement, the following contracts for the carriage of dangerous goods are valid in Europe:
IMDG CODE (International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code) is the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (RID Code).
ICAO-TI (Technical Instructions for The Safe Transport ofDangerous Goodsby AIR) - Instructions for the carriage of dangerous goods by air, ICAO document 9284.
RID (International Regulations Concerning the Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail) - contract for the carriage of dangerous goods by rail.

Dangerous goods are divided into classes and subclasses, according to GOST 19433-88 and MK RID (International Code for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Sea). Their classification (assignment to a class, subclass, category and group) is made depending on the type of hazard. Types of hazards are classified according to the following criteria. Explosion hazard, Flammability, Toxicity (toxicity), Causticity (corrosion), Radioactivity, Oxidation (properties conducive to gorenje)

Hazard classes according to ADR classification

Class 1 - Explosive materials and objects

Explosive materials that, by their properties, can explode, cause a fire with an explosive effect, as well as devices containing explosives and explosive devices designed to produce a pyrotechnic effect.

The main danger is an explosion.

Dangerous goods
1.1 Explosive and pyrotechnic substances and articles with a mass explosion hazard when the explosion instantly covers the entirecargo.
Dangerous goods
1.2 Explosive and pyrotechnic substances and products that do not explode by mass.
Dangerous goods
1.3 Substances and products that are characterized by a fire hazard, as well as either a minor explosion hazard, or a minor scattering hazard, or both, but are not characterized by a mass explosion hazard: a) which emit a significant amount of radiant heat during combustion, or b) which, catching fire one after another, are characterized by a slight explosive effect or scattering, or both. gorenje
Dangerous goods
1.4 Substances and articles presenting only a minor risk of explosion in case of ignition or initiation during transportation. The effects are mainly manifested inside the package, while the release of fragments of significant size or over a considerable distance is not expected. An external fire should not cause an almost instantaneous explosion of almost the entire contents of the package.
Dangerous goods
1.5 Substances of very low sensitivity, which are characterized by the danger of explosion by mass, but have such low sensitivity that there is a very low probability of their initiation or transition from gorenje to detonation under normal conditions of transportation. In accordance with the minimum requirement for these substances, they must not explode when tested for fire resistance.
Dangerous goods
1.6 Products of extremely low sensitivity, which are not characterized by the risk of explosion by mass. These products contain only substances that are extremely insensitive to detonation and are characterized by a negligible probability of accidental initiation or propagation of an explosion.note: The danger characteristic of products of Division 1.6 is limited to the explosion of one product.

Class 2 - Compressed, liquefied and dissolved gases under pressure

Compressed gases, liquefied by cooling and dissolved under pressure, meeting at least one of the following conditions: absolute vapor pressure at a temperature of 50C is equal to or above 3 kgf/cm3 ZOO kPa); critical temperature below 50C; compressed, whose critical temperature is below −10C; liquefied, whose critical temperature is equal to or above −10C, but below 70C; liquefied, whose critical temperature is equal to or above 70C; dissolved under pressure; liquefied by supercooling; aerosols and compressed gases falling under the action of special regulations.

There is no main danger, as there are various dangerous properties.

Dangerous goods
2.1 Flammable gases.
Dangerous goods
2.2 Non-flammable and non-toxic gases. Compressed gas, liquid gas, cryogenic gas, compressed gas in solution, suffocating gas and oxidizing gas. Non-flammable and non-poisonous gas (Section 2.2) includes materials (mixtures) that:
1. Creates a package pressure of 280 kPa (40.6 psi) or at a temperature of 20C (68F), and
2. Do not meet the conditions of Section 2.1 or 2.3.
Dangerous goods
2.2 Gaseous oxygen. This requirement is not mandatory with respect to non-flammable gases if oxygen is in a liquid or gaseous state. Oxygen is considered non-flammable if it does not ignite by its properties. However, it is used in the gorenje process. High oxygen concentration significantly increases the intensity and strength of gorenje.

Dangerous goods
2.3 Toxic, poisonous gases. Upon suction, a toxic gas is a material that passes into a gaseous state at a temperature equal to or less than 20C and a pressure of 101.3 kPa (the boiling point of the material is equal to or less than 20C and a pressure of 101.3 kPa (14.7 psi)), and which:
1. Refers to toxic substances that cause a risk to human health during transportation, or
2. In the absence of information on the degree of toxicity, it is considered toxic to humans, based on the results of an analysis conducted on animals, it has an LC50 value for 5000 ml/cubic meter.

2.4 Flammable toxic gases.
2.5 Chemically unstable.
2.6 Chemically unstable toxic.

Class 3 - Highly flammable liquids

Dangerous goods
Flammable liquids, mixtures of liquids, as well as liquids containing solids in solution or suspension, which emit flammable vapors having a flash point in a closed crucible of 60C and below.

The main danger is fire.

3.1 Flammable liquids with a low flash point and liquids having a flash point in a closed crucible below minus 18C or having a flash point in combination with other dangerous properties other than flammability.
3.2 Flammable liquids with an average flash point - liquids with a flash point in a closed crucible from minus 18 to plus 23C.
3.3 Flammable liquids with a high flash point - liquids with a flash point from 23 to 60C inclusive in a closed crucible.

Class 4 - Highly flammable solids

Flammable substances and materials (other than those classified as explosive) that can easily catch fire during transportation from external sources of ignition, as a result of friction, moisture absorption, spontaneous chemical transformations, as well as when heated.

Dangerous goods
4.1 Flammable solids that can easily ignite from short-term exposure to external sources of ignition (sparks, flames or friction) and actively burn. The main danger is fire and an additional danger is thermal instability - explosion.Desensitized explosives that can cause an explosion in a dry state and belong to Class 1, as well as to which a name and a transport name have been assigned, and which belong to the hazard class.
Self-reactive substances that are thermally unstable and subject to exothermic decomposition even without exposure to air.
Combustible dry substances that can cause ignition by friction, at a burning rate greater than 2.2 mm (0.087 inches) per second, or metal powder that can ignite and react on the entire surface of the sample within 10 minutes. Gorenje
Dangerous goods
4.2 Self-igniting substances that may spontaneously heat up and ignite under normal transport conditions. The main danger is self-ignition.Self-igniting substances are pyrophoric substances in liquid or solid forms that can ignite within five (5) minutes after contact with air or self-heating materials, which in turn are subject to spontaneous combustion.
Dangerous goods
4.3 Substances that emit flammable gases.The main danger is flammable gases (for example, calcium carbide).It is dangerous when interacting with water, and can self-ignite or emit toxic gas at a rate of 1 liter per kilogram of material for 1 hour.

Class 5 - Oxidizing substances

Oxidizing substances and organic peroxides that can easily release oxygen, support gorenje, and can, under appropriate conditions or in a mixture with other substances, cause spontaneous ignition and explosion.

Dangerous goods
5.1 Oxidizing substances that are not combustible in themselves, but contribute to the easy flammability of other substances and release oxygen during gorenje, thereby increasing the intensity of the fire.

The main danger is oxidation.

Gorenje gorenje 1. Solid materials, Section 5.1, which, after testing in accordance with UN Regulations, have a burning duration less than or equal to 3:7 of the burning duration of potassium bromate/cellulose.
2. Liquid materials, Section 5.1, which, after testing in accordance with UN Regulations, have the ability to self-ignite or whose pressure increase time from 690 kPa to 2070 kPa is less than a similar indicator of 1:1 nitric acid (65 percent)/cellulose.
Dangerous goods
5.2 Organic peroxides, which in most cases are flammable, can act as oxidizing substances and interact dangerously with other substances. Many of them light up easily and are sensitive to impact and friction.

The main danger is thermal instability, that is, an explosion is possible when heated.

Organic peroxide (Section 5.2) includes: any carbon compounds containing oxygen (O) with a divalent bond -O-O-, as well as products of carbon compounds in the structure of which one or more hydrogen atoms are replaced by organic radicals, until the following conditions are met:
1. Materials belong to explosives, according to subsection C;
2. Transportation of materials is prohibited according to 49CFR 172.101 or 49CFR 173.21;
3. The Assistant Administrator for Explosive Substances has decided that the material is not classified as hazardous according to Section 5.2; or
4. One of the following conditions is met:
1. For materials containing more than 1.0 percent hydrogen peroxide, the oxygen content, according to the calculations in paragraph (a)(4) (ii), is less than 1.0 percent, or
2. For materials containing more than 1.0 percent, but not more than 7.0 percent hydrogen peroxide

Class 6 - Toxic substances

Toxic and infectious substances that can cause death, poisoning or disease when ingested or in contact with the skin and mucous membrane.

Dangerous goods
6.1 Toxic substances that can cause poisoning by inhalation (vapors, dust), ingestion or skin contact. The main danger is venom.
Dangerous goods
6.2 Substances and materials containing pathogenic microorganisms dangerous to humans and animals. The main danger is infection.

6.2.1 Definitions Infectious substances may contain pathogenic microorganisms. Pathogenic microorganisms include (bacteria, viruses, rickettsias, parasites and others) substances such as prions, which can lead to the disease of humans or animals.

Note: toxins secreted by plants, sources of bacteria that do not contain infectious or toxic substances, which in turn are absent in infected substances, belong to the UN3172 classification in Section 6.1. Biological products - products derived from living organisms, which are produced and distributed in accordance with the requirements of the relevant authorities, and which meet the licensing conditions and are intended for treatment or diagnosis for both humans and animals in an experimental or calculated way. Biological products include finished products or semi-finished products, for example, vaccines. The cultivation of bacteria is the result of the activity of pathogens. This definition does not apply to the samples specified in paragraph3. Samples taken from humans or animals include excreta, secretions, blood and other components, tissue samples and tissue fluid, as well as body parts delivered for research, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases. Medical or clinical waste - waste obtained as a result of medical treatment of animals or people, as well as bio-research.

6.2.2 Classification of infectious substances Infectious substances are listed in Section 6.2 and are numbered UN2814, UN2900, UN 3291 or UN3373, respectively. Infectious substances are divided into the following categories. Category A:

Infectious substances that are transported in a form that, in the event of an explosion, can lead to disability, can cause a threat to life or lead to a fatal outcome of people and animals. Such substances include the substances in Table 3.6.D.

Note: the cause of the explosion may be the release of an infectious substance outside of the protective packaging as a result of physical contact with animals or people.

(a) Infectious substances that meet these criteria and pose a threat to the life of animals or people should be assigned the UN number 2814. Infectious substances that can cause disease in animals should be assigned the UN number 2900.

(b) The procedure for assigning numbers UN 2814 or UN 2900 should be based on the data of the medical history and symptoms, endemic manifestations or the decision of experts regarding the causes of the disease.


1. The transport name UN 2814 is used for infectious substances that pose a threat to human life. The transport name UN 2900 is used for infectious substances that pose a threat to animal life.

2. The table is incomplete. Infectious substances, including newly emerging or potential pathogens that are not listed in the table, but meet the criteria, belong to Category A. In addition, those substances that are in doubt are classified as Category A.

3. In the list, the microorganisms whose names are written in Italian include bacteria, mycoplasma, rickettsia or fungi.

  • The causative agent of anthrax (spread)
  • Infectious substances
  • Causative agent of brucellosis of cattle (breeding)
  • Causative agent of brucellosis of small cattle (breeding)
  • The causative agent of pig brucellosis (breeding)
  • Polymorphic bacteria - sap (breeding)
  • Mobile rod-shaped bacterium (breeding)
  • Psittacosis - avian strain (breeding)
  • Clostridium botulinum (breeding)
  • Pathogenic parasitic fungus (breeding)
  • The causative agent of fever (dilution)
  • Congo-Crimean hemorrhagic fever virus
  • Dengue virus (breeding)
  • Eastern equine encephalitis (breeding)
  • E. coli, verotoxin (dilution)
  • Ebola virus
  • Floxal virus
  • small gram-negative rod (breeding)
  • Guanarito virus
  • The Hantaan virus
  • Hantavirus with renal insufficiency syndrome
  • hendra virus
  • Hepatitis B virus (breeding)
  • lichen B virus (breeding)
  • HIV (breeding)
  • highly pathogenic avian influenza (breeding)
  • Japanese encephalitis (breeding)
  • Junin virus
  • kiasanur fever
  • Lassa virus
  • Bolivian fever
  • marburg disease
  • smallpox of monkeys
  • tuberculosis bacillus (breeding)
  • Nipah virus
  • omsk hemorrhagic fever
  • polio virus (breeding)
  • rabies virus
  • causative agent of epidemic typhus (breeding)
  • the causative agent of spotted fever (breeding)
  • Rift Valley virus
  • Tick-borne encephalitis (breeding)
  • sabia virus
  • dysentery bacillus, type 1 (breeding)
  • tick-borne encephalitis virus (breeding)
  • smallpox virus
  • venezuelan equine encephalitis
  • West Nile virus (breeding)
  • yellow fever virus (breeding)
  • the causative agent of bubonic plague (breeding)
  • African swine fever virus (breeding)
  • velogenic newcastle disease virus, type 1 (breeding)
  • classical swine fever (breeding)
  • foot-and-mouth disease virus (breeding)
  • goat pox virus (breeding)
  • nodular dermatosis (dilution)
  • contagious pleuropneumonia of cattle (breeding)
  • Plague of small ruminants (breeding)
  • plague virus (breeding)
  • sheep pox (breeding)
  • vesicular disease of pigs (breeding)
  • vesicular stomatitis virus (dilution) Category B:

Infectious substances that meet the criteria of Category A. Infectious substances of Category B should be assigned the UN number 3373.

Note: The transport name of the substance under the number UN 3373 - evaluation of samples or clinical samples of Category B. On January 01, 2007, the use of the transport name of samples and clinical samples will be prohibited. Exceptions Materials that do not contain infectious substances or substances in which the probability of disease in humans and animals is not regulated by the Rules, as long as these substances do not meet the criteria of another category. Substances containing microorganisms that are not pathogenic to humans and animals are not regulated by the Rules, as long as these substances do not meet the criteria of another category. Substances in the form in which the action of pathogens has been neutralized, for example, if the probability of a health risk is excluded, are not regulated by the Rules until these substances meet the criteria of another category. Environmental samples (food and water samples) that exclude the possibility of contamination are not regulated by the Rules, as long as these substances do not meet the criteria of another category. Samples of dried blood stains obtained by exposure to absorbing material on blood droplets or by conducting a test to select blood or blood components that were taken for transfusion or preparation of blood preparations for transfusion and transplantation, as well as tissue or organ samples for transplantation, are not regulated by the Rules. Samples taken from patients for whom there is a minimum probability of pathogen content are not regulated by the Rules if the samples are in a package that prevents leakage and on which it is written "Samples taken from humans" or "Samples taken from animals". The packaging must meet the following criteria:

(a) The package must contain three components:

(i) sealed primary packaging(s);

(ii) sealed secondary packaging; and

(iii) outer packaging of appropriate strength, depending on the weight and use, as well as with at least one coating with dimensions of 100 mm x 100 mm;

(b) for liquids - the absorbing material to absorb the entire contents must be

placed between the primary and secondary packages so that (during transportation) any leakage of liquid substance does not get on the outer packaging and does not damage the protective material;

(c) Fragile substances are placed in a secondary package, with each substance wrapped separately to avoid contact with other substances.

note: When pathogens are detected in patient samples, it is necessary to conduct an expert assessment to determine whether this substance is included in the list of exceptions. Such an assessment is based on the data of the medical history and symptoms, endemic manifestations or the decision of experts regarding the causes of the disease.

Samples of samples that can be transported include blood, urine tests to track cholesterol, glucose, hormone levels or prostate-specific antigen; tests that require evaluation, for example, the work of the heart, liver or kidneys of patients who do not have infectious diseases, or clinical testing of a drug; for insurance purposes and hiring - for the presence of narcotic drugs and alcohol; pregnancy test; biopsy for cancer; and detection of antibodies in humans and animals.

6.2.3 Biological products Within the framework of the Rules, biological products are divided into the following groups:

(a) products that have been manufactured and packaged in accordance with certain requirements and are being transported for final packaging or sale, as well as use for medical purposes. Substances of this group are not regulated by the Rules.

(b) products not included in this paragraph (a) and which may contain infectious substances and meet the criteria of Category A or Category B. Substances in this group should be assigned numbers UN2814, UN2900 or UN3373.

Note: Some licensed biological products may be biohazard only in certain countries. In this case, the competent authorities may require that biological products meet local requirements that are established for infectious substances or impose additional restrictions on these products.

6.2.4 Genetically modified microorganisms and organisms Genetically modified microorganisms that do not meet the definition of infectious substances should be classified according to the conditions of subsection 3.9.

6.2.5 Medical or clinical waste Category A medical or clinical waste containing infectious substances should be assigned the numbers UN2814 or UN2900. Category B medical or clinical waste containing infectious substances should be assigned the number UN3291. Medical or clinical waste, the probability of containing infectious substances in which is low, should be assigned the number UN3291. Note: The transport name for UN3291 is clinical waste, undefined, or (bio) medical waste, normalized medical waste. Decontaminated medical or clinical waste that previously contained infectious substances is not regulated by the Rules, as long as these substances do not meet the criteria of another category.

6.2.6 Infected animals Intentionally infected animals, in whose body infectious substances may be present, are prohibited to be transported by air, until the infectious substances are transported by other means. Infected animals may be transported only under conditions established by the competent authorities. Otherwise, the use of animals with infectious substances is prohibited. Animal remains infected with Category A pathogens should be assigned the numbers UN 2814 or UN 2900. Animal remains infected with Category B pathogens should be transported in accordance with the requirements established by the competent authorities.

6.2.7 Samples taken from patients should be assigned the numbers UN 2814, UN 2900 or UN 3373, unless the samples do not fall under the conditions of3.

Class 7 - Radioactive materials

Dangerous goods
7. Radioactive substances with a specific activity of more than 70 kBq/kg.The main danger is strong radioactive radiation.

The label RADIOACTIVE yellow (LSA III) should be attached to the package. On some "special purpose" radioactive substances with low specific activity, there is no label, however, it is necessary to write RADIOACTIVE on the packaging of such substances.

Closed vehicle means a vehicle or vehicle equipped with a securely attached outer shell that restricts access by unauthorized persons to the cargo space containing Class 7 (radioactive) materials.

The protective shell system of packaging kits designed to contain radioactive contents during transportation.

Means of transportation:

1. For transportation by road or rail: any vehicle or large cargo container;

2. For carriage by water: any vessel or cargo compartment, partition or fenced area on the deck of the vessel, including any vehicle on board the vessel; and

3. For transportation by air, any air vehicle.

Design means a description of a special Hazard Class 7 (radioactive) materials, packaging, or LSA-III, which allows these elements to be fully defined. This description may include specifications, technical drawings, reports showing compliance with regulatory requirements, and other relevant documentation.

In turn,shipperhe wants to get a ready result and not worry about who will do the freight. The priority is to get a quality service for an acceptable fee. Therefore, before sending the cargo, the shipper should worry about choosing the right transportation organizer. However, in order to choose a competent and responsible specialist, it is necessary to spend time.

Fissile materials - plutonium-238, plutonium-239, plutonium-241, uranium-233, uranium-235, or any combination of these radionuclides.The definition does not apply to non-irradiated natural uranium and depleted uranium and also to such that has been irradiated in thermal neutron reactors.

Fissile material means any cargo that contains one or more packages that have been marked in accordance with 49CFR173,457, indices and nuclear criticality control of more than 10.

Cargo container means a reusable container having a volume of 1.81 cubic meters (64 cubic feet) or more, designed and built to ensure its lifting during transportation. A small cargo container is one that has either an external size of less than 1.5 meters (4.9 ft) or an internal volume of no more than 3.0 cubic meters (106 cubic feet). All other cargo containers are defined as large cargo containers.

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1. exceeding 3000 times the volume of A1 radionuclides according to 49CFR 173.435 for Class 7 (radioactive substances);

2. exceeding 3000 times the volume of A2 radionuclides according to 49CFR 173.435 for Class 7 (radioactive substances); or

3. 1000 Tbk (27000 Ci), depending on which value is the smallest.

A limited quantity of Class 7 (radioactive) materials means a quantity of Class 7 (radioactive) materials not exceeding the limits specified in 49 CFR 173.425 and in compliance with the requirements specified in 49 CFR 173.421.

Low Specific activity (NUA) means Class 7 (radioactive) materials with limited use, which satisfies the description and restrictions set out below. The protective materials surrounding the NUA material cannot be taken into account when determining the average specific activity of the contents of the package.

Class 8 - Corrosive substances

Dangerous goods
Caustic and corrosive substances that cause skin damage, damage to the mucous membranes of the eyes and respiratory tract, corrosion of metals and damage to vehicles, structures or cargo, and can also cause fire when interacting with organic materials or certain chemicals.

8.1 Acids.
8.2 Alkalis.
8.3 Various caustic and corrosive substances. The main danger is causticity (corrosion).

Class 9 - Other dangerous substances

Substances with a relatively low risk during transportation, not assigned to any of the previous classes, but requiring the application of certain rules of transportation and storage to them.

There is no dominant main danger in this class (for example: plastic, which releases a strong poison - dioxin during combustion).

Dangerous goods
9.1 Solid and liquid combustible substances and materials that by their properties do not belong to the 3rd and 4th classes, but under certain conditions can be dangerous in terms of fire (flammable liquids with a flash point from +60 °C to +100 ° C in a closed vessel, fibers and other similar materials).
Dangerous goods
9.2 Substances that become caustic and corrosive under certain conditions.

Dangerous cargo packaging

According to ADR, all dangerous goods must have a certain packing group. The packing group characterizes the degree of danger of the transported cargo. They are divided into three groups:

I - verydangerous cargo.
II is just dangerous cargo.
III - slightly dangerous cargo.
A Class 3 hazard feature is the ability to evaporate. Closed packages eliminate the formation and leakage of vapors. U 3-goThere can be one main hazard and a maximum of 2 additional hazards of the class.

Class 1. The main danger.
Class 2. The main danger + toxicity.
Class 3. Main danger + corrosion.
Class 4. The main danger + toxicity + corrosion.
Class 4.1 - packing group - II or III. Approximately 5% of these substances have an additional danger - thermal instability - the possibility of explosion (sulfur, cellulose).
Class 4.2 - packing group - I,II,III.
Class 4.3 - packing group - I,II,III.
Class 5.1 - packing group - I,II,III (mineral fertilizers, hydrogen peroxide).
Class 5.2 - has no packaging groups (raw materials chemical.factories).
Class 6.1 - packing groups - I,II, III. It has many additional hazards (prussic acid, arsenic, substances containing mercury, etc.).
Class 6.2 - has no packing groups.
Class 8 - groups of packages - I,II,III. It has many additional dangers.
Class 9 - packing groups - II,III. (asbestos dust is a carcinogen, substances during combustion of which dioxides are released, also carcinogens, do not decompose for 20 years).Gorenje

The peculiarity of Class 2 is that it does not have a major hazard and does not have groups of packages. It has the following special dangerous properties and their special designations:

A - suffocating -create a shortage of oxygen for breathing in closed rooms (inert gases).
O - oxidizing, that is, contributing to gorenje (oxygen).
F - flammability (propane).
T - poisonous.
Then two or more dangerous properties at the same time.
TF - toxic + flammable.
TC - toxic + caustic (corrosive).
TO - toxic + oxidizing.
TFC - toxic + flammable + caustic.
TOC - toxic + oxidizing (promote gorenje) + caustic (corrosive).

The packing group is not assigned for the following classes:

  • 1. Explosives and articles
  • 2. Gases
  • 4.1 Flammable solids, self-reactive substances and solid desensitized explosives - for solid desensitized explosives
  • 5.2 Organic peroxides
  • 6.2 Infectious substances
  • 7 Radioactive materials


Dangerous cargo packaging is chosen by the shipper. Double packaging is used non-removable. If the package can be disassembled, then it is a combined package. IBC (Intermediate Bulk) is often usedContainer) — medium-capacity container up to 3000 liters. Such containers are considered packages. It is necessary to check the marking of the cargo. A danger sign is required. It is a rhombus with a rib length of no more than 100 mm. The location of all hazard signs on one side of the package is mandatory.

The reliability of the package is indicated by the Latin letters X, Y, Z. It is necessary to compare the packaging group and the reliability of the package.

  • X is very reliable. Packing groups I, II, III.
  • Y is just reliable. Packing groups II and III.
  • Z - satisfactory reliability. Packing group only III. 
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