As Regards Annex I-Regulations Concerning The International Carriage Of

Original Language Title: o vyhlášení Přílohy I - Řád pro mezinárodní železniční přepravu

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29/1998 Coll.



The COMMUNICATION FROM the



Ministry of Foreign Affairs



Change: 60/1999.



Ministry of Foreign Affairs declares that the joint meeting of experts

International railway regulations for transport of dangerous goods (RID) and

The European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods

(ADR), which was held in Geneva on 16 and 17. -20. September 1996, were

accepted amendments annex I-regulations for international rail

transport of dangerous goods (RID) Connection B-uniform rules

the contract of international carriage of goods by rail (CIM) to the Convention on

international carriage by rail (COTIF), adopted in Bern on 9. may

1980. ^ 1)



Amendments to annex I-regulations concerning the international carriage of

dangerous goods Connection (B) entered into force on 1 January 2000. January 1997 and

that date also have entered into force for the Czech Republic.



Czech translation of the full text of annex I-regulations for international rail

transport of dangerous goods shall be delivered at the same time.



Convention concerning international carriage by rail (COTIF)



Hook-B-uniform rules concerning the contract of international

the carriage of goods by rail (CIM)



Annex I To The



REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE OF DANGEROUS GOODS (RID)



PART I



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PART II



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Class 1



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Class 2



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(1) substances and articles that belong under the concept of class 2, shall be subject to under the

This notion of those substances and articles, which are listed in section 201 or

fall under, collectively referred to in this paragraph and shall be subject to such

the conditions set out in paragraphs (2) to 200 250 are substances and articles

RID (PNZ).



Editor's note.



The quantities for substances referred to in paragraph 201, as well as for items that

are not subject to the section "conditions of carriage", see section 201a.



(2) Gases are substances that



and at 50th.) C have a vapour pressure greater than 300 kPa (3 bar), or



(b)) at 20th. C and a standard pressure of 101.3 kPa are completely gaseous.



Editor's note.



1052 hydrogen fluoride is a substance of class 8 (see Section 801, number 6).



(3) Class 2 contains pure gases, mixtures of gases, mixtures of one or more

gases with one or more other substances, as well as items that

such substances include.



Editor's note.



1. Clean gas may contain other ingredients that come from the production

the process, or that are added to ensure the stability

product, provided that the concentration of these components does not change the classification

or conditions of carriage as the degree of filling, filling pressure or test

the excess pressure.



2. the name j.n. in section 201 include how to clean gases as well as mixtures.



3. for the classification of solutions or mixtures (such as preparations, products and

wastes), see also section 3 (3), as well as paragraphs (6) and (7) of this section.



(4) the substances and articles of class 2 are subdivided as follows:



1. Compressed gases: Gases having a critical temperature below 20th. (C)



2. Liquefied gases: Gases having a critical temperature of 20th. C or higher



3. deeply refrigerated liquefied gases: gases which, because of their low

the temperature of the liquid during transport are partially



4. Under pressure dissolved gases: Gases, which, during transport

dissolved in a solvent



5. Packaging on aerosols



6. other items that contain gas under pressure



7. the Gases, which are not under pressure, subject to special conditions

(gas sampling)



8. Empty containers



(5) substances and articles, which are listed under different numbers point 201,

According to their hazardous properties are assigned to one of the

the following groups of "^ 1"):

And the suffocating

Oxidising

F flammable

T toxic

TF toxic, flammable

TC toxic, corrosive

THIS toxic, oxidizing

TFC toxic, flammable, corrosive

TOC toxic, oxidizing, corrosive



Editor's note. Corrosive gases are considered to be toxic and

Therefore, they are classified in the Group TC, TFC or TOC see

paragraph (7).



If gases or mixtures of gases are hazardous properties that can be

to assign more than one group, those groups marked with the letter T

precedence over all other groups. The group marked with the letter F

take precedence over groups designated by letters A or O.



(6) if one digit and the group namely referred to a mixture of class 2

It seems according to the criteria referred to in paragraphs (4) and (7) under a different

number and/or another group, so it is necessary to appropriately classify this mixture according to the

These criteria and to include appropriate indications n.e.c.



(7) the substances and articles not mentioned in paragraph 201, namely should be included

According to subsection (4) and (5).



Appropriately according to their hazardous properties, the following criteria:



Stifling gases



Gases which are flammable, oxidising and are not poisonous and that

in air under normal conditions, the existing oxygen zřeďují or

vypuzují.



Flammable gases



Gases which at 20th. C and a standard pressure of 101.3 kPa



and in the mix for a maximum) 13 vol-% gas in air is combustible, or



b) independently from the lower explosive limit are reaching the area of explosion,

the air of at least 12 percentage points.



Flammability must be determined with the help of experiments or calculations according to methods

approved by ISO (see ISO 10156:1990 standard).



Where, for the use of these methods are available only to the lack of

the data may be used by tests in accordance with comparable methods, if they are

accepted by the competent authority of the country of origin.



If the country of origin is not a Member State of COTIF, these methods must be recognized

the competent authority of the first COTIF Member State, which will come into contact

with the shipment.



Oxidising gases



Gases which can cause or, in General, support the burning

other substances with the help of oxygen more efficiently than air. The ability to

oxidation must be determined with the help of experiments or calculations according to the methods

approved by ISO (see ISO 10156:1990 standard).



Toxic gases



Editor's note.



Gases, which due to their corrosion partially or completely correspond to the

criteria for toxicity, are to be classified as toxic. Due to a possible

Similarly, the risk of corrosion, see also the criteria under the heading "Corrosive

gases ".



Gases,



and) which are known to have such a poisonous or corrosive effect on

man, that constitute a danger to human health; or



(b)) which are deemed to have toxic or corrosive effect on

the man, because the test according to section 600 (3) reported an LC50 value for the

acute toxicity of not more than 5000 ml/m3 (ppm).



For the classification of mixtures of gases (including vapours of substances of other classes) can be

use the following formula:

LC50 (mixture) = Ivy



While



fi = molový a fraction of the i-th part of the mixture

TI = a number to denote the i-th part of the toxicity of the mixture.

You value matches the value of LC50 from ISO

10298:1995. If LC50 is not in ISO

10298:1995 listed, you must use the value of LC50,

that is mentioned in the scientific literature. If the value of

LC50 is unknown, the number to indicate

virulence on the basis of the lowest LC50 value of substances

with similar physiological and chemical properties,

or, if that is the only option, based on experiments.



Corrosive gases



Gases or gas mixtures, which due to its corrosive effects completely

match the criteria for toxicity, are to be classified as toxic with a

the additional danger corrosive.



A mixture of gases, that is, for reasons of caustic effect and toxicity is considered

for poisonous, contains additional danger caustic effect, if

through the verified values in relation to humans is known to be

a mixture of harmful to the skin, eyes or mucous membranes or when the LC50

corrosive mixture when calculating the parts according to the following formula, not more than

5000 ml/m3 (ppm):

LC50 (mixture) = Ivy



While



FCI = molový a fraction of the ith corrosive part mixture

TCI = number to denote the ith corrosive virulence parts

the mixture. Tci value matches the value of LC50 according to

ISO 10298:1995. If LC50 is not in ISO

10298:1995 listed, you must use the value of LC50,

that is mentioned in the scientific literature. If the value of

LC50 is unknown, the number to indicate

virulence on the basis of the lowest LC50 value of substances

with similar physiological and chemical properties,

or, if that is the only option, based on experiments.



(8) the chemically unstable substances of class 2, shall not be made for transportation

then, if it was taken the necessary measures to prevent all possibility of

Hazardous reactions under normal conditions of carriage, such as.

Disproportionation or decomposition, polymerization. To this end, it is particularly

care should be taken that the containers do not contain substances which these reactions

encourage



201

1. Compressed gases: Gases having a critical temperature below 20th. (C).



Numbers and Number to indicate the substance, naming and

Group description

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1 and the stifling fumes (or gases

do not show additional hazards)

1002 air, compressed (compressed air)

1006 argon, compressed

1046 helium, compressed

1056 krypton, compressed

1065 neon, compressed

1066 nitrogen, compressed

1979 rare gases mixture, compressed


1980 rare gases and oxygen mixture,

compressed

1981 rare gases and nitrogen mixture,

compressed

1982 tetrafluormethan, compressed (gas

as a refrigerant, R14,

compressed)

2036 xenon, compressed

2193 (hexafluorethan, compressed gas as a

refrigerant, R116, compressed)

1956, compressed gas, n.o.s.



Editor's note. 1. Mixtures containing more than 21% oxygen by volume-is

to be classified as oxidizing.

2. Air and other mixtures used for the purpose of breathing

are not considered to be suffocating.

3. A mixture of numbers to indicate the substance of the 1979, 1980 and 1981

must not contain more than 10% Xenon.



1 for oxidizing gases

1014 oxygen and carbon dioxide, mixture,

compressed

Editor's note. A mixture of numbers to indicate the substance

1014 shall not contain

more than 30% carbon dioxide.

1072 oxygen, compressed

3156, compressed gas, oxidizing, n.o.s.

1 F flammable gases

1049 hydrogen, compressed

1957 deuterium, compressed

1962, ethylene, compressed

1971 methane, compressed or

1971 natural gas, compressed with high

methane content

2034 hydrogen and methane mixture, compressed

2203 Silane, compressed

Editor's note. 2203 Silane, compressed is

considered as pyrophoric

(pyroforický)

in 1964, a mixture of gaseous hydrocarbons,

compressed, n.o.s.

1954 gas compressed, flammable, n.o.s.

1 T toxic gases

1612 hexaethyltetrafosfát and compressed

gas mixture

1955 gas compressed, poisonous, n.o.s.



1 TF toxic flammable gases

1016 carbon monoxide, compressed

1023 coal gas, compressed

1071 oil gas, compressed

1911 diboran, compressed

2600 carbon monoxide and hydrogen mixture,

compressed (synthesis gas, water

gas, Fischer-Tropsch)

1953 compressed gas, toxic,

flammable, n.o.s.



1 TC toxic corrosive gases

1008 boron trifluoride, compressed

1859 silicon fluoride, compressed

2198 pentasulphide fluoride, compressed

2417 Carbonyl fluoride (karbonylfluorid),

compressed

3304 compressed gas, toxic,

corrosive, n.o.s.



1 this poisonous oxidising gases

2451 nitrogen trifluoride, compressed fluoride

3303 compressed gas, toxic,

oxidizing, n.o.s.



1 TFC toxic flammable corrosive gases

3305 compressed gas, toxic,

flammable, corrosive, n.o.s.



1 TOC toxic corrosive oxidizing gases

1045 fluorine, compressed

1660 nitric oxide, compressed

2190 Oxygen fluoride, compressed

3306 compressed gas, toxic,

oxidizing, corrosive, n.o.s.



2. Liquefied gases: Gases having a critical temperature of 20th. C or higher

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Digits, and the Number to the labelling of the substance, the naming and description

Group

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2 and suffocating gases

1009 Bromotrifluoromethane (Refrigerant gas as

resource R13B1)

1013 carbon dioxide

1015 carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide mixture

1018 chlordifluormethan (gas as the cooling

means of R22)

chlorpentafluorethan (1020 gas as

refrigerant R115)

1021 1-chloro-1, 2, 2, 2-tetrafluoroethane (gas

as refrigerant R124)

1022 chlortrifluormethan (gas as

refrigerant R13)

1028 dichlordifluormethan (gas as

refrigerant R12)

1029 dichlorfluormethan (gas as the cooling

resource R21)

1058 gases liquefied, nezápalné,

overlaid with nitrogen, carbon dioxide or

air

1080 sulphur hexafluoride

1858 hexafluorpropylen (gas as the cooling

resource R1216)

1952 ethylene oxide and carbon dioxide mixture,

containing not more than 9% ethylene-oxide

1958 1.2-dichlortetrafluorethan (gas as

R114 refrigerant)

1973 chlordifluormethan and

chlorpentafluorethan, mixed with

constant boiling point, with approximately 49%

chlorodifluoromethane (Refrigerant gas as

resource is R502)

1974 bromochlorodifluoromethane (gas as

refrigerant R12B1)

1976 oktafluorcyklobutan (gas as

refrigerant RC318)

1983 1-chloro-2, 2,2-trifluoroethane (gas as

refrigerant R133a)

1984 trifluormethan (gas as the cooling

resource R23)

2422 oktafluor-2-butene (gas as the cooling

resource R1318)

2424 oktafluorpropan (gas as the cooling

resource R218)

2599 chlortrifluormethan and trifluormethan,

azeotropic mixture with approximately 60% of the

chlortrifluormethanu (gas as

R503 refrigerant)

dichlordifluormethan and 1.1-2602

difluorethan, azeotropic mixture with approximately 74%

dichlorodifluoromethane (gas as

refrigerant R500)

3070 ethylene oxide and dichlordifluormethan,

mixture with not more than 12.5% ethylene oxide

3159 1, 1, 1, 2-tetrafluoroethane (gas as

REFRIGERANT R134a)

3220 pentafluorethan (gas as the cooling

resource R125)

3296 heptafluorpropan (gas as the cooling

resource R227)

3297 ethylene oxide and chlortetrafluorethan,

mixture with not more than 8.8% ethylene oxide

3298 ethylene oxide and pentafluorethan, mixed with

not more than 7.9% ethylene oxide

3299 ethylene oxide and tetrafluoroethane mixture with

not more than 5.6% ethylene oxide

1078 gas as a refrigerant, n.e.c.

as the gas mixture with the designation R...,

they have such as:



mixture F1 at 70th. (C) vapour pressure

not exceeding 1.3 MPa (13 bar) and at 50

St. (C) density, which corresponds to a minimum

the density of the dichlorfluormethanu (1.30 kg/l)



mixture F2 at 70th. (C) vapour pressure

not exceeding 1.9 MPa (19 bar) and at 50

St. (C) density, which corresponds to a minimum

the density of dichlorodifluoromethane (1.21

kg/l)



mixture F3 at 70th. (C) vapour pressure

not exceeding 3 MPa (30 bar) and when

50th. (C) density, which corresponds to the

a minimum density of chlorodifluoromethane

(1.09 kg/l)

Editor's note. Trichlorfluormethan (cooling

means of R11), 1, 1, 2-trichloro-

1, 2, 2-trifluoroethane (refrigerant

resource R113), 1, 1, 1-trichloro-

2, 2, 2-trifluoroethane (refrigerant

resource R113a), 1-chloro-2,2-1

trifluoroethane (refrigerant

R133) and 1-chloro-1, 1,2-trifluoroethane

(cooling resource R133b) are not

substances of class 2. However, they may be

parts of mixtures F 1 to F 3.



1968 insecticide gas, n.o.s.

3163 liquefied gas, n.o.s.

Editor's note. 2455 methylnitrit is not accepted for carriage.



2 on the oxidizing gases

1070 nitrous oxide (laughing gas)

3157 liquefied gas, oxidizing, n.o.s.



2 F flammable gases

1010 1.2-butadiene, stabilized or

1010 1.3-butadiene, stabilized or

1010 1.3-butadiene and hydrocarbons, mixtures,

stabilized to 70th. (C)

vapour pressure not exceeding 1.1 MPa (11

bar) and whose density do at 50

St. (C) under the value of 0.525 kg/l;

Editor's note. In containers with 1.2-butadienem can

oxygen concentration

in the gas phase shall not exceed 50 ml/m3

1011 butane

1012 buteny, mixture or

1012 1-butene or

1012 2-butene cis or

1012 2-butene trans

1027 cyclopropane

1030 1.1-difluorethan (gas as the cooling

resource R152a)

1032, anhydrous;

1033 dimethyl ether

1035 Ethane

1036 ethylamine

1037 ethyl chloride (ethylchlorid)

1039 ethylmethylether

1041 ethylene oxide and carbon dioxide mixture with

more than 9% but not more than 87% ethylene oxide

1055 isobuten

1060 methylacetylen and propadien, mixture,

stabilized as a mixture of methylacetylenu and

propadienu with hydrocarbons, which are:



mixture P 1 containing not more than 63 vol-%

methylacetylenu and propadienu and not more than

24. vol.-% propane and propene-rich; While

the percentage of saturated

hydrocarbons, C4 fraction must be at least

14. vol.-%,

mixture P 2 containing 48 vol-%

methylacetylenu and propadienu and not more than

50. vol.-% propane and propene-rich; While

the percentage of saturated

hydrocarbons, C4 fraction must be at least 5

Vol-%;

as well as a mixture of propadienu with 1% to 4%

methylacetylenu

1061 methylamine, anhydrous

1063 chloromethane (methylchlorid) (gas as

refrigerant R40)

1077 propen

1081 tetrafluorethylen, stabilized

1083 trimethylamin, anhydrous

1085 vinylbromid, stabilized

1086 vinyl chloride, stabilized

1087 vinylmethylether, stabilized

1860 vinylfluorid, stabilized

1912 chloromethane (methylchlorid) and

dichloromethane, the mixture




Editor's note. If the mixture is not flammable, it must be

assign to the number 2A number of labelling of the substance

3163.



1959 1.1-difluorethylen (gas as the cooling

resource R1132a)

1969 Isobutane

1978 Propane

2035 1, 1, 1-trifluoroethane (gas as

R143a refrigerant)

2044 2.2-dimethylpropan

2200 propadien, stabilized

2419 bromtrifluorethylen

2452 ethylacetylen, stabilized

2453 fluorethan (ethylfluorid) (gas as

refrigerant R161)

2454 fluormethan (methylfluorid) (gas as

refrigerant R41)

2517 1-chloro-1.1-difluorethan (gas as

R142b refrigerant)

2601 cyklobutan

3153 perfluor (methyl vinyl) ether

3154 perfluor (ethylvinyl) ether

3252 difluormethan (gas as the cooling

resource R32)

1965 hydrocarbon gas mixture,

liquefied, n.o.s.,

that has as a



blend and at 70th. (C) the vapour pressure of not more than 1.1

MPA (11 bar) and at 50th. (C) the density of the

at least 0.525 kg/l,



blend and about 70th. (C) the vapour pressure of not more than

1.6 MPa (16 bar) and when

50th. (C) the density of at least 0.495 kg/l,



blend and 1 at 70 degrees. (C) the vapour pressure of not more than

2.1 MPa (21 bar) and at 50th. (C) the density of the

at least 0.485 kg/l,



mixture B at 70th. (C) the vapour pressure of not more than 2.6

MPA (26 bar) and at 50th. (C) the density of the

at least 0.450 kg/l,



mixture C at 70 degrees. (C) vapour pressure not exceeding 3.1

MPA (31 bar) and at 50th. (C) the density of the

at least 0.440 kg/l.



Editor's note. 1. For the above mentioned mixtures are

also eligible as labelling of substances

the following business naming:

for a mixture of A and n-butane, and 0 for a mixture C

propane.

2. If preceded or

the following is by sea or air

transport, may be for the 1965

hydrocarbon gas mixture,

liquefied, n.o.s. used record

1075 petroleum gases, liquefied.



3161 liquefied gas, flammable, n.o.s.



2 tonnes of toxic gases

1062 bromomethane (methyl bromide)

1581 chlorpikrin and bromomethane

(methyl bromide),

1582 chlorpikrin and chloromethane

(methylchlorid), a mixture of

sulfuryl fluoride 2191 (sulfurylfluorid)

1967 insecticide gas,

poisonous, n.o.s.

3162 liquefied gas, toxic, n.o.s.



2 TF toxic flammable gases

1026 cyanogen

1040 ethylene oxide or

1040 ethylene oxide with nitrogen up to a maximum

the permissible total pressure of 1 MPa (10

bar) at 50th. (C)

1053 hydrogen sulphide

1064 methanthiol (methylmerkaptan)

1082 chlortrifluorethylen, stabilized

(trifluorchlorethylen, stabilized)

2188 arzenovodík (arsin)

2192 germanovodík (german)

2199 hydrogen phosphide (fosfin)

2202 selenovodík, anhydrous

2204 Carbonyl sulphide (karbonylsulfid)

2676 antimonovodík (stibin)

3300 ethylene oxide and carbon dioxide mixture with

more than 87% ethylene oxide

3160 liquefied gas, toxic, flammable, n.o.s.

Editor's note. germanovodík (german) 2192 and 2199 hydrogen phosphide (fosfin)

shall be deemed liable to spontaneous combustion (pyrophoric).



2 TC toxic corrosive gases

1005 ammonia, anhydrous ammonia

1017 chlorine

1048 bromovodík, anhydrous

1050 Hydrogen chloride, anhydrous

1069 nitrosylu chloride (nitrosylchlorid)

1076 phosgene

1079 sulphur dioxide

1589 chlorkyan, stabilized

1741 boritý chloride

2194 selenium fluoride

2195 telurový fluoride

2196 tungsten fluoride

2197 jodovodík, anhydrous

2418 sulphur fluoride

2420 hexafluoraceton

3057 trifluoracetylchlorid

3308 liquefied gas, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s.



2 this poisonous oxidising gases

3083 perchlorylfluorid

3307 liquefied gas, toxic, oxidizing, n.o.s.



2 TFC toxic flammable corrosive gases

2189 dichlorosilane,

2534 methylchlorsilan

3309 liquefied gas, toxic, flammable, corrosive,

n.e.c.



2 TOC toxic corrosive oxidizing gases

1067 nitrogen dioxide

1749 chloritý fluoride (chlortrifluorid)

1975 Nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide mixture

2548 chlorečný fluoride (chlorpentafluorid)

2901 bromine chloride (bromchlorid)

3310 liquefied gas, toxic,

oxidizing, corrosive, n.o.s.

Editor's note. 2421 carbon nitrogen trifluoride is not accepted for carriage.



3. deeply refrigerated liquefied gases: gases which, because of their

low temperature during transport are partially liquid



Editor's note. Deeply refrigerated liquefied gases, which cannot be

assign one of the numbers to indicate the substance of this digit,

are not admitted for carriage.



Digits, and the Number to the labelling of the substance, the naming and description

Group

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3 and suffocating gases

1913 neon, deeply refrigerated, liquefied

1951 argon refrigerated liquid, deeply,

1963 helium, refrigerated, liquid deeply

1970 krypton refrigerated liquid, deeply,

1977 nitrogen, deeply refrigerated, liquid

2187 carbon dioxide, refrigerated, deeply

liquid

2591 xenon refrigerated liquid, deeply,

3136 trifluormethan, deeply refrigerated,

liquid

3158 gas refrigerated liquid, deeply, n.e.c.



3 on the oxidizing gases

1003 air refrigerated, liquid, deeply

1073 oxygen, refrigerated liquid,

2201 nitrous oxide, deeply refrigerated, liquefied

3311 gas refrigerated liquid, deeply,

oxidizing, n.o.s.



3 F flammable gases

1038 ethylene refrigerated liquid, deeply,

1961 ethane refrigerated liquid, deeply,

1966 hydrogen, refrigerated, liquid deeply

1972 methane refrigerated liquid, deeply,

or

1972 gas natural, deeply refrigerated,

liquid with high methane content

3138 Ethylene, acetylene and propylene mixture,

deep, liquid cooled with at least

71.5% ethylene, not more than 22.5% acetylene

and not more than 6% propylene

3312 gas refrigerated liquid, deeply,

flammable, n.o.s.



3 TC toxic corrosive gases



Editor's note. 2186 hydrogen chloride, deeply refrigerated, liquid is not accepted

for carriage.



4. Under pressure dissolved gases: Gases that are being

the transport of dissolved in a solvent



Editor's note. Under pressure dissolved gases, which cannot be assigned to

one of the numbers to indicate the substance of this digit, are not

admitted to the transport.



Digits, and the Number to the labelling of the substance, the naming and description

Group

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4 and suffocating gases

2073 ammonia (ammonia), the aqueous solution

less than density 0.880 kg/l at 15

St. (C), with more than 35% but not more than 50% of the

ammonia

Editor's note. 2672 ammonia solution (ammonia) with at least 10% and not more than

35% ammonia is a substance of class

8 see Section 801 numbers 43c).



4 F flammable gases

1001 acetylene, dissolved



4 TC toxic corrosive gases

3318 ammonia (ammonia), the aqueous solution

less than density 0.880 kg/l at 15

St. (C), with more than 50% ammonia



5. Packaging on aerosols (see also section 201a)



Editor's note. 1. The packaging of the aerosols are containers that cannot be re-used

to perform, which contain a gas or a mixture of gases under the

with or without liquid, pasty or powdery

the substances which are listed in section 207 (3), and which are

equipped with a valve that allows the collection

emptying the contents in the form of a suspension of solid or

liquid parts in a gas, as a foam, paste or

powder or in liquid or gaseous state.

2. The packaging of the aerosols are containers that cannot be

again to perform, which contain a gas or a mixture of

gases under pressure, which is listed in section 207 (3), and

(4) can be equipped with or without removal of the valve.

3. The packaging of the aerosols should be classified according to the content

the appropriate risk group in the groups and to the TOC.

Content is considered to be inflammable, if this

contains more than 45 m-% or more than 250 g

ignition components. Incendiary ingredients means gases,

that are in the air at ambient pressure for ignition

or substances or preparations in liquid form which have a

Flash point not more than 100th. (C).



Digits, and the Number to the labelling of the substance, the naming and description

Group

----------------------------------------------------------------

5 and suffocating gases

1950 aerosol packaging under pressure

2037 packagings for aerosols with gas, without

removal of the valve, which cannot be re-used

to fulfil the



5 on the oxidizing gases

1950 aerosol packaging under pressure

2037 packagings for aerosols with gas, without

removal of the valve, which cannot be re-used

to fulfil the



5 F flammable gases

1950 aerosol packaging under pressure

2037 packagings for aerosols with gas, without

removal of the valve, which cannot be re-used

to fulfil the



5 tonnes of toxic gases

1950 aerosol packaging under pressure

2037 packagings for aerosols with gas, without

removal of the valve, which cannot be re-used

to fulfil the



5 TF toxic flammable gases


1950 aerosol packaging under pressure

2037 packagings for aerosols with gas, without

removal of the valve, which cannot be re-used

to fulfil the



TC toxic corrosive gases 5

1950 aerosol packaging under pressure

2037 packagings for aerosols with gas, without

removal of the valve, which cannot be re-used

to fulfil the



5 this poisonous oxidising gases

1950 aerosol packaging under pressure

2037 packagings for aerosols with gas, without

removal of the valve, which cannot be re-used

to fulfil the



5 TFC toxic corrosive flammable gases

1950 aerosol packaging under pressure

2037 packagings for aerosols with gas, without

removal of the valve, which cannot be re-used

to fulfil the



5 TOC toxic corrosive oxidizing gases

1950 aerosol packaging under pressure

2037 packagings for aerosols with gas, without

removal of the valve, which cannot be re-used

to fulfil the



6. other items that contain gas under pressure



Digits, and the Number to the labelling of the substance, the naming and description

Group

----------------------------------------------------------------

6 and suffocating gases

1044 Fire extinguishers to appliances

compressed or liquefied gas

2857 refrigerating machines with nezápalným and

lyocell with liquefied gas or with

ammonia solution (numbers to indicate the

substance 2672)

3164 articles under pneumatic pressure (with

nezápalným gas)

3164 articles under hydraulic pressure (with

nezápalným gas)



6 F flammable gases

1057 lighters (cigarette), a Flash

gas or

containers with 1057 lighter refills

(cigarettes), incendiary gas

3150 devices, small gaseous hydrocarbons,

with the valve collection

opakovaněplnitelné container for 3150

small appliances with gaseous hydrocarbons, with

eShop fulfilment valve



7. the Gases, which are not under pressure, subject to specific

conditions (gas sampling)

------------------------------------------------------------------

Digits, and the Number to the labelling of the substance, the naming and description

Group



7 F flammable gases

3167 a gas sample, which is not under pressure,

n.e.c. not deeply chilled

liquid



7 tonnes of toxic gases

3169 a gas sample, which is not under pressure,

poisonous, n.o.s., that is not deeply

the cooled liquid



7 TF toxic flammable gases

3168 a gas sample, which is not under pressure,

toxic, flammable, n.o.s., which is not

deeply refrigerated liquid



8. Empty containers



Digits, and the Number to the labelling of the substance, the naming and description

Group

-----------------------------------------------------------------

8 uncleaned empty containers in accordance with section 211,

uncleaned empty tank wagons,

empty uncleaned battery wagons, wagons with

non-cleaned empty removable

bulk cargo and non-cleaned empty

nádržkovými containers that contain

substances of class 2.

Editor's note. 1. For uncleaned empty receptacles, uncleaned empty

uncleaned empty tank wagons, battery wagons, wagons with

non-cleaned empty removable reservoirs or

uncleaned empty cistern containers are considered to be

those that after emptying from the substances of this class yet

include their small remnants.

2. empty containers, uncleaned, which have contained substances

of this class are not subject to the conditions of RID/PNZ, and if

appropriate measures are taken to eliminate possible

danger. Potential hazards are excluded if

measures are taken to remove the hazard classes 1

up to 9.



201a



Out in paragraph (3) referred to the conditions, are not subject to section 2 "shipping

the terms ":



(1) Gases and articles that are submitted for carriage subject to the following

terms and conditions:



Editor's note.



Gases in tanks of means of transport used for the propulsion, or

operation of their specific equipment (e.g.. cooling equipment),

subject to section 2, "conditions of carriage".



a) gases digits 1A, 1O, 2A and 2 on, the pressure in the vessel or tank

at 15th. (C) does not exceed 200 kPa (2 bar) and which remain within the

completely gaseous transport this refers to all kinds of containers or

tanks, for example. also components of machinery and equipment parts



(b)) 1013 carbon dioxide and a 2-digit or 2-digit 1070 nitrous oxide of, in

gaseous state with not more than 0.5% air, in metal capsules (sodors,

sparklets) section 205 with not more than 25 g carbon dioxide or nitrous oxide

and not more than 0.75 g carbon dioxide or nitrous oxide per cm3 volume



(c) gases in the tanks to be transported) for motor vehicles; operating valve

between the tank and engine shall be closed and the electric contact is interrupted;



d) gases in the parts of the equipment used for the operation of the vehicle (e.g. fire extinguishers

the appliance or gas-filled tires of vehicles, also as a substitute

parts, or as transported cargo);



e) gases in special vehicles, devices that are necessary for the operation

the following special equipment during transport (cooling equipment, tanks

for fish, the apparatus for heating, etc.), as well as the replacement of the tank

such equipment and uncleaned empty containers used to Exchange,

that are transported in the same vehicle;



f) uncleaned empty stationary pressure vessels that are transported,

assuming that they are tightly closed;



g) items 5 and digits, 5 and 5 (F) of a capacity not exceeding 50 cm3;



h) 2857 refrigerating machines of 6 digits and that contain less than 12 kg

a 2-digit gas and or 2073 ammonia solution digits 4 and and similar

the device, containing less than 12 kg gas of 2-digit (F); These machines

must be so protected and loaded, in order not to damage the cooling

System;



I) gases of digits 3 and, for example. the cooling of medical or biological

samples, if contained in double wall receptacles, which

meet the conditions of section 206 (2));



(j)) the following items of number 6, and manufactured and filled according to the regulations

country of the producer, packed in a strong outer packaging:



1044 Fire extinguishing device, if they are provided with protection against

unintentional activation;



3164 articles under the pneumatic or hydraulic pressure against

load on the internal pressure of the gas are for reasons of force transfer, retention

forms or making of předimensovány;



k) gases contained in foodstuffs or beverages.



(2) Gases and articles which will be transported under the following

terms and conditions:



and the digit 1 and gases), and 2, 3 and 4, in containers of a capacity not exceeding 120 ml

fulfilling the conditions of paragraph 202,



(b) articles 5 digits) T, TF, TC 5 5, 5, 5 5 TOC and TFC volume

not more than 120 ml which meet the conditions of paragraph 202,



(c) the digits 5 and) subjects, 5 and 5 (F) of not more than 1000 ml

meet the conditions of 202 points, 207 and 208.



These shall be packed:



I) in an outer packaging that meet at least the requirements of point 1538.

Gross weight of the piece must not be greater than 30 kg; or



II) in shrink or stretch packaging materials (called.

"trays"). Gross weight of the piece must not be greater than 20 kg.



Care should be taken to the "General provisions for the packing of" 1500 point (1), (2) and

(5) to (7).



(3) in the carriage in accordance with paragraph (2) must be a description of the goods in the consignment

the worksheet correspond to the terms of section 226, and must include the term "limited

the amount of ". Each piece must be clearly and durably marked with the number to

labelling of a substance that is listed in the cargo letter, before which make up

the letters "UN".



Class 3



cancelled



Class 4.1



cancelled



Class 4.2



Cancelled



Class 4.3



Cancelled



Class 5.1



Cancelled



Class 5.2



Cancelled



Class 6.1



Cancelled



Class 6.2



Cancelled



Class 7



Cancelled



Class 8



Cancelled



Class 9



Cancelled



Part III



Cancelled



Hook-Ups And



Cancelled



Connections II



Cancelled



Hook III



Cancelled



Cancelled



Hook-In



Cancelled



Annex to the connection in the



(I).



Standard liquids for the chemical evidence of tolerance

high molecular polyethylene in accordance with point 1551 (6)



For this plastic are used the following standard liquids:



and smáčecího Solution for resource) substances with effect that evokes the

polyethylene strong stress cracks, especially with all of the solutions and products

containing wetting agents.



It's the 1-10% aqueous solution of smáčecího resource. Surface tension

This resource must be at 23rd. (C) 31 to 35 mN/m.



For the purposes of stacking is taken as the basis of the relative density

at least 1.2.



If it is demonstrated sufficient chemical compatibility with smáčecím

means, do not need to test the tolerance of the acetic acid.



b) acetic acid for substances and preparations with the effect of causing the

polyethylene stress cracks, especially for monokarbonové acid and

jednomocné alcohols.



It is acetic acid concentration 98%-100%.



Relative density = 1.05.



Stacking test is taken as the basis of the relative density of not less than 1.1.

For stuffed with goods, which nabobtnává polyethylene more than acetic acid,

but not more than 4%, stuffed with weight, may be sufficient chemical


tolerability demonstrated an storage at 40th. (C) according to the

point 1551 (6) but with the original stuffed with goods.



c) n-butyl acetate/n-saturated solution of butylenacetátem smáčecího resource

for substances and preparations, which nabobtnávají polyethylene up to about 4% and

at the same time show the effect of the release of stress cracks, especially on resources

to protect plants, liquid colors and certain esters.



It is n-butyl acetate concentration from 98 to 100% for storage

score from 1551 point (6).



Stacking test in accordance with section 1555 is used for testing liquid

modified 2% n-butyl acetate with aqueous solution of 1% to 10% smáčecího

resource, in the light of subparagraph (a)).



Stacking test is taken as the basis of the relative density of not less than 1.0.

The filled goods-polyethylene nabobtnává more than n-butyl acetate

to no more than 7.5%, stuffed with weight, may be sufficient chemical

tolerability demonstrated an storage at 40th. (C) in accordance with point

1551 (6) but with the original stuffed with goods.



d) mixture of hydrocarbons (White Spirit) for substances and preparations which

nabobtnávají polyethylene, in particular for hydrocarbons, esters and

ketones.



It is a mixture of hydrocarbons boiling in the range of 160th. (C) to 220

St. C, relative density 0.78-0.80, with a flash point greater than 50

St. (C) and with the content of aromatic hydrocarbons from 16 to 21% (C9 and higher

aromatic hydrocarbons).



Stacking test is taken as the basis of the relative density of not less than 1.0.



The filled goods-polyethylene nabobtnává by more than 7.5%, stuffed

weight, sufficient chemical compatibility may be proved after

as storage at 40th. (C) in accordance with point 1551 (6) but with the

the original stuffed with goods.



e) nitric acid for all substances and preparations which on polyethylene

same or less oxidation, or that lower molecular

weight as a 55% nitric acid.



It is nitric acid at a concentration of at least 55%. For the test

stacking is taken as the basis of the relative density of not less than 1.4.



For goods, which has stronger oxidizing properties than the 55% acid

nitric, or that reduces the molecular weight, must be followed

in accordance with point 1551 (5).



(f)) water for substances which do not attack polyethylene in the manner specified under

a) to (e)), in particular for inorganic acids and lyes, aqueous solutions of salts,

vícemocné alcohols, organic substances in aqueous solution.



Stacking test is taken as the basis of the relative density of not less than 1.2.



II.



The list of substances to which the standard liquids may be assigned according to

point 1551 (6)

CLASS 3



Numbers Indicate the substance Standard liquid

------------------------------------------------------------------

A. substances with a flash point below 23rd. C, non-toxic, non-corrosive

3. b) substances whose vapour pressure at 50th. (C) does not exceed 110

kPa (1.1 bar):

-crude oils from oil and other hydrocarbons

crude oils

-hydrocarbons of hydrocarbons

-substances containing halogenated hydrocarbons

-alcohols, acetic acid

-ethers of hydrocarbons

-aldehydes of hydrocarbons

-ketones of hydrocarbons

-esters of n-butyl acetate in

from growing up to 4

HM.-%, otherwise the mixture

hydrocarbons

4. b) mixture of digits 3b) with point of n-butyl acetate/n-

the boil. the beginning of the boil more butylacetá-tem

than 35th. (C), with a maximum of 55% of the saturated solution

nitrocellulose with a nitrogen content of wetting agent and mixture

not more than 12.6% of hydrocarbons

5 Viscous substances mixture of hydrocarbons



B. Substances having a flash point below 23rd. (C), the venomous

17. b) methanol acetic acid



E. substances having a flash-point between 23rd. (C) to 61st. (C) including

31. c) of a substance with a flash-point of 23

St. (C) to 61st. (C) including:

-kerosene, solventnafta of hydrocarbons

-petrol mixture of hydrocarbons (white spirit White

Spirit)

-hydrocarbons of hydrocarbons

-substances containing halogenated hydrocarbons

-alcohols, acetic acid

-ethers of hydrocarbons

-aldehydes of hydrocarbons

-ketones of hydrocarbons

-esters of n-butyl acetate in

from growing up to 4

HM.-%, otherwise the mixture

hydrocarbons

-substances containing nitrogen mixture of hydrocarbons

34. c) mixtures of substances which digit 31 c) with n-butyl acetate/n-

not more than 55% nitrocellulose with butylacetá-tem

nitrogen content not exceeding 12.6% saturated solution

wetting agent and mixture

hydrocarbons



CLASS 5.1



Numbers Indicate the substance Standard liquid

------------------------------------------------------------------

A. liquid substances supporting combustion (oxidation-acting) and their

aqueous solutions.

1. Hydrogen peroxide and its

solutions of ^ 12)

b) aqueous solutions with a minimum of 20%,

but not more than 60%

hydrogen peroxide-water

c) aqueous solutions with not less than 8%,

but less than 20%

hydrogen peroxide-water

3. a) perchloric acid with more than

50 hm.-% but not exceeding 72 hm.-% nitric acid

pure acid



B. aqueous solutions of solid materials supporting combustion (acting

oxidation).

11. b) Calcium chlorate solution water

potassium chlorate solution water

sodium chlorate solution water



CLASS 5.2



Editor's note. tert.-butylhydroperoxid with more than 40% peroxide, as well as

peroxyoctové acid are excluded from the following digits.

Digit labelling Standard

liquid

------------------------------------------------------------------

1B) all organic peroxides in n-butyl acetate/

technically pure form and in solution has been added with 2%

a solution with the solvent, which with n-butyl acetate

regard to the

3B) their tolerance are in and the mixture of hydrocarbons and

This report covered

the standard liquid "mixture of nitric acid 55%

hydrocarbons "

5B)



7B)



9B)

Ventilation device and seal compatibility with organic peroxides

may be, independently from the construction type of the acid tests

with the help of nitric, demonstrated in laboratory experiments.



CLASS 6.1



Numbers Indicate the substance Standard liquid

------------------------------------------------------------------

B. organic substances with a flash point of 23rd. C or higher or

nezápalné Organics

12. nitrogen-containing Substances with a flash point over 61

St. (C):

b) Anil acetic acid

14. oxygen-containing Substances with a flash point over 61

St. (C):

(c)) ethylenglykolmonobutylether acetic acid

Furfuryl alcohol acetic acid

phenol, acetic acid solution

27. Organic toxic corrosive substances

and the subjects of such substances,

as well as solutions and mixtures

organic toxic corrosive

substances (such as preparations,

preparations and wastes):

(b)) or cresol mixture of cresols, acetic acid

isomers



CLASS 6.2



Numbers Indicate the substance Standard liquid

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 and 4 all other substances to be eligible

cause the disease, which according to the water

650 (5) liquid



CLASS 8



Numbers Indicate the substance Standard liquid

------------------------------------------------------------------

And the acidic nature of the substance.

Inorganic substances

1. b) sulfuric acid water

sulphuric acid, the water used

2. b) nitric acid with not more than 55% nitric acid

acid

4. b) perchloric acid with not more than 50

HM.-% acid, aqueous solution of nitric acid

5. b) hydrochloric acid

(hydrochloric acid) with a maximum

and 36% pure acid, water

(c)), HYDROBROMIC ACID, water

acid jodovodíková water

7. b) with fluórovodíková acid

a maximum of 60% fluórovodíku ^ 14) water

8. b) with tetrafluóroboritá acid

not more than 50% of the net acid water

acid hexafluórokřemičitá water

17. b)

and chromic acid, solution

(c) not more than 30% of the net) acid nitric acid

17. c) phosphoric acid water



Organic substances

32. b) Acrylic acid, acid

formic, acetic acid, acetic acid

mercaptoacetic acid

32. c) acid, methacrylic acid acetic acid

propionic acid

40. c) alkylphenols, liquid acetic acid



(B) the substance is alkaline in nature.

Inorganic substances

42. (b)) sodium hydroxide solution water

and (c)) potassium hydroxide, water

43. c) ammonia (ammonia), an aqueous solution of water

44. b) hydrazine, aqueous solution with

not more than 64% hydrazine hm.-water



C. Other corrosive substances

61. chloritanů and nitric acid solutions

chlornanů ^ 13)

63. c) formaldehyde solution, water



Hook-VI



Cancelled



Hook-VII



Cancelled



Hook-Ups VIII



Cancelled




The list of numbers to indicate the danger



1801



(1) the number to indicate the hazards for substances of classes 2 to 9 consists of two

or of three digits.



Numbers refer generally to these dangers:



2 a gas leak or pressure or chemical reaction



3 Flammability of liquids (par) and gases or liquid substance capable of

samoohřevu



4 Flammability of substances in the solid state or hard substance capable of samoohřevu



5 Oxidizing (burning-capable) effect



6 Toxicity or risk of infection



7 Radioactivity



8 Corrosion



9 the risk of spontaneous violent reaction



Editor's note.



Spontaneous backlash within the meaning of the digits 9 includes substances of

stemming the possibility of explosion hazard, dangerous rozpadovou or

polymerization reaction, whereby a significant heat or soot ignition

and/or toxic gas.



Doubling of the digit indicates the increase in the relevant risk.



If he can be a danger of the substance as indicated by single-digit enough, make up

the digit in the second place by 0.



This combination of numbers, however, have a special meaning: 22, 323, 333, 362,

382, 423, 44, 446, 462, 482, 539, 606, 623, 642, 823, 842 and 90 [see

paragraph (2)].



If it is before the number to indicate the danger of the letter "X", it means

the substance reacts dangerously with water. Such substances may be water

used only with the consent of an expert.



For substances and articles of class 1, instead of a number to indicate the danger

uses the classification code in accordance with section 100 (4). Classification code consists

from:



-the numbers of the subclass as specified in point 100 (6), and



-the compatibility group letter in accordance with section 100 (7).



(2) the numbers to indicate the danger referred to in section 1802 have the following meaning:

20 inert gas

22 deeply refrigerated gas

223 deeply refrigerated flammable gas,

225 deeply refrigerated, oxidizing (burning support)

gas

23 flammable gas

239 flammable gas, which can spontaneously lead to violent

response

25 oxidizing (burning support) gas

26 toxic gas

263 toxic gas, flammable

265 toxic, oxidizing (burning support) gas

268 toxic, corrosive gas

30-flammable liquid substance (flash-point between 23rd. (C) to

61st. (C) inclusive), or

-a liquid substance or solid in

molten state with a flashpoint over the 61st. (C),

heated to or through their flash-point, or

-a liquid substance capable of samoohřevu

323 flammable liquid substance that reacts with water and forms a

flammable gases

X323 combustible liquid substance, which dangerously with water

reacts and forms a flammable gases)

33 lightly incendiary liquid substance (flash point below the

23rd. (C))

333 pyroforní liquid substance

9033 pyroforní liquid substance, which dangerously with water

responds *)

336 lightly incendiary liquid substance, toxic

338 lightly incendiary liquid substance, corrosive

X338 lightly flammable liquid substance, corrosive, that with water

reacts *)

339 lightly incendiary liquid substance, which may lead to

spontaneous violent reaction

36 flammable liquid (flash-point between 23rd. (C) to

61st. (C) inclusive), slightly toxic or liquid substance

capable of samoohřevu, Ivy

362 flammable liquid substance, toxic, which reacts with the

water and develops a burnt gases

X362 combustible liquid substance, toxic, water

reacts and evolving flammable gases)

368 flammable liquid substance, toxic, corrosive

38 flammable liquid (flash-point between 23rd. (C) to

61st. (C) inclusive), slightly corrosive or substance capable of

samoohřevu, liquid, corrosive

382 flammable liquid substance, corrosive, which reacts with water

and evolving flammable gases

X382 flammable liquid substance, corrosive, that with water

reacts and evolving flammable gases)

39 flammable liquid substance, which can spontaneously lead

the sharp reaction;

40 flammable solid or substance capable of samoohřevu

or spontaneously decomposing the substance

423 solid which reacts with water, and develops the incendiary

gases

X423 ignition solid that dangerously with water

responds and evolves flammable gases)

43 pyrophoric (pyroforní) solid

44 flammable solid, which at elevated temperature

located in molten state

446 flammable solid, toxic, which increased

the temperature is in the molten state

46 flammable substance or substance capable of samoohřevu, solid,

Ivy;

462 toxic solid which reacts with water, and

evolving flammable gases

X462 solid which reacts dangerously with water *) and

develops toxic gases

48 flammable substance or substance capable of samoohřevu, solid,

corrosive

482 corrosive solid which reacts with water, and develops

flammable gases

X482 solid which reacts dangerously with water *) and

develops the corrosive gases

50 oxidizing (burning support) the substance

539 flammable organic peroxide

55 strongly oxidizing (burning support) the substance

556 strongly oxidizing (burning promoting) substance, toxic

558 strongly oxidizing (burning promoting) substance, corrosive

559 strongly oxidizing (burning support) a substance that

can lead to spontaneous reaction

56 oxidizing (burning promoting) substance, toxic

568 oxidizing (burning promoting) substance, toxic,

corrosive

58 oxidizing (burning promoting) substance, corrosive

59 oxidizing (burning support) which can

lead spontaneously to the reaction

60 toxic or slightly toxic substance

606 substance eligible trigger contagion

623 toxic liquid substance that reacts with water and

evolving flammable gases

63 toxic substance, flammable (flash-point between 23rd. (C) to

61st. (C) including)

638 toxic substance, flammable (flash-point between 23rd. (C) to

61st. (C) inclusive), corrosive

639 toxic substance, flammable (flash-point between 23rd. (C) to

61st. C inclusive), which can spontaneously lead to violent

response

64 toxic solid, flammable or capable of

samoohřevu

642 toxic solid which reacts with water, and develops

flammable gases

65 toxic substance, oxidizing (burning support)

66 highly toxic substance

663 highly toxic substance, flammable (flash-point not more than

61st. (C))

664 highly toxic solid, flammable or capable of

samoohřevu

665 highly toxic substance, oxidizing (burning support)

668 highly toxic substance, corrosive

669 highly toxic substance, which can spontaneously lead

to violent reaction

68 toxic substance, corrosive

69 toxic or slightly toxic substance, which can lead

spontaneously to the violent reaction

70 radioactive substance

72 radioactive gas

723 radioactive gas, flammable

73 radioactive liquid substance, flammable (flash-point

a maximum of 61st. (C))

74 radioactive solid, flammable

75 radioactive substance, oxidizing (burning support)

76 radioactive substance, toxic

78 radioactive substance, corrosive

80 corrosive or slightly corrosive substance

X 80 corrosive or slightly corrosive substance with water

reacts *)

823 corrosive liquid substance that reacts with water and develops

flammable gases

83 corrosive or slightly corrosive substance, flammable (point

an outbreak of 23rd. (C) to 61st. (C) including)

X 83 corrosive or slightly corrosive substance, flammable (point

an outbreak of 23rd. (C) to 61st. (C) including) which

reacts with water *)

839 corrosive or slightly corrosive substance, flammable (point

an outbreak of 23rd. (C) to 61st. (C) including) that can

lead spontaneously to the reaction

X839 corrosive or slightly corrosive substance, flammable (point

an outbreak of 23rd. (C) to 61st. (C)), which may lead

spontaneously to the violent reaction and which reacts dangerously

with water *)

84 corrosive solid, flammable or capable of samoohřevu

842 corrosive solid which reacts with water, and develops

flammable gases

85 corrosive or slightly corrosive substance, oxidizing (burning

support)

856 corrosive or slightly corrosive substance, oxidizing (burning

supporting) and Ivy

86 corrosive or slightly corrosive substance, toxic;

88 highly corrosive substance

X88 strongly corrosive substance that dangerously with water

responds *)

883 highly corrosive substance, flammable (flash-point from

23rd. (C) to 61st. (C) including)

884 highly corrosive solid, flammable or capable of

samoohřevu

885 highly corrosive substance, oxidizing (burning support)

886 highly corrosive substance, toxic

X886 strongly corrosive, poisonous, that with water

reacts *)

89 corrosive or slightly corrosive substance, which can lead

spontaneously to the violent reaction

90 environmentally hazardous substance

various dangerous substances

99 miscellaneous dangerous substance in the zahřátém State



(3) to indicate the Number referred to in paragraph (2) are listed in the

of dangerous goods (RID/PNZ) (I, II, and III) point 1802.



List of dangerous goods (RID/PNZ)



1802




The lists are composed of seven columns:



and the number to indicate the substance



This column lists the numbers to indicate the substance of the listing of substances

different classes. These numbers to indicate the substance was taken from the Recommendations

The United Nations transport of dangerous goods.



(b) the substance or object naming



In this column are listed:



-all naming of substances and articles, as well as all the naming

designation of the N.E.C., that are in the list of substances of the classes of

printed in italic,



– substances and articles which, pursuant to the provisions of RID/PNZ is not specifically

be transported,



-substances and articles which are not subject to the provisions of RID, namely/PNZ.



The naming of lists as they are prescribed to write to

the Bill of lading. Then there are the listed synonyms, with reference to the main

naming.



The lists are not descriptions of mixtures, preparations, etc., which are not in

RID/PNZ listed in italics, because these descriptions may not be used as a

description of the goods in the consignment note. For the classification of mixtures and

products, see section 3 (3), as well as the listing of substances the individual classes.



Substances of RID/PNZ, which is permitted in the boiler,

battery wagons, wagons with removable reservoirs, nádržkových

containers, eg. in the bulk State are printed in bold.



(c) class, numbers, and, where appropriate, group



This column lists the class numbers, and, where appropriate, group of RID/PNZ,

However, with the following particularities:



-for substances and articles of class 1: the classification code and numbers,



-for substances and articles of class 7: the class and sheet,



-for substances and articles, namely not allowed under the terms of

RID/PNZ transported: the reference to "disabled",



-for substances and articles which are not subject to the conditions of RID/namely the PNZ:

the "free" link.



(d) the number to indicate the danger



-This column contains the number of the indications of danger in accordance with section 1801

(2).



e. Sticker to indicate danger



This column lists the patterns of the labels to indicate the danger that

must be placed.



If they are for boiler cars and cistern containers prescribed additional

stickers to indicate danger, then the numbers are these stickers appear in

brackets.



If for certain types of organic peroxides listed sticker the model 8

parentheses, not the subsidiary label prescribed for all organic

peroxides of this type (see the provisions of point 551).



For radioactive material (class 7) However, in this column, point given in the

which are the conditions of bonding. On these issues, care must be taken to

compliance with paragraphs 8 and 9.



f. number of NHM (Nomenclature Harmonisée Marchandises-Harmonised

nomenclature of goods)



In this column indicates the position of the goods according to NHM-Harmonised

the nomenclature of goods for transport (annex 3 to the

UIC-221). Because dangerous goods assigned according to NHM-bays

the policy that is from RID/PNZ marshaling different, is not always possible,

for one substance of RID/PNZ allocate one NHM-position.

This applies especially to the summary description and designation of the N.E.C. in these

cases, you can determine the correct position of the NHM-only if it is

known chemical or technical name of the goods. If it is possible

to specify the correct position of the NHM-incomplete, are instead of missing numbers

shows the asterisk (*).



The data in this column are not legally binding.



Endnote references:

*) depends on the latter-laden goods

**), NHM-the position of the various according to the contents of the container

NHM-various positions) by type of goods



A. alphabetical list



In this alphabetical list of substances and articles are listed for each

classes of RID/PNZ according to the explanatory notes to the column "Name of the substance or

the subject ".



If the substance or object is not mentioned, it is to be checked,

whether the substance or object



-not be transported under the provisions of the exclusive class [see

section 1 (3)], or



-You can assign a general indication or designation n.e.c. some class,

or



-is allowed to be transported under the provisions of some of the free class without

special conditions [see section 1 (4)].



The names of substances and articles are listed in alphabetical order. In doing so, they are not

taken into account, and preceded by Arabic numerals or as a prefix o-, m-, p-,

n-, sec-, tert.-, N-, Alpha-, beta-, omega, etc.

-----------------------------------------------------------------

*) Water may be used only with the consent of an expert.



Class and number ČísloNálepka Number

The naming of the substance or article numbers to kk NHM

where appropriate, the indication of označeníoznačení

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Abietát (resinát) aluminium 4.1 12 c 40 2715 4.1 380620

Abietát (resinát) cobalt, 4.1 12 c 40 1318 4.1 380620

break

Abietát (resinát) manganese 4.1 12 c 40 1330 4.1 380620

Abietát (resinát) calcium 4.1 12 c 40 1313 4.1 380620

Abietát (resinát) calcium 4.1 12 c 40 1314 4.1 380620

melted and stiff

Abietát (resinát) zinc 4.1 12 c 40 2714 4.1 380620

Acetal (1.1-Give) 3 3b 33 1088 3 291100

Acetaldehyde (Ethanal) 3 1a 33 1089 3 291212

Acetaldehydoxim 3 31 c 30 2332 3 292990

Acetic anhydride (anhydride 8 32b) 2 83 1715 8 + 3 291524

acetic)

Acetoarzenitan copper 6.1 51b 60 1585 6.1 284290

Acetoin: see

Acetylmethylkarbinol

Acetone 3 3b 33 1090 3 291411

Acetonitrile (Methylkyanid) 3 3b 33 1648 3 292690

Acetone cyanohydrin, stabilized 6.1 12a 669 1541 6.1 292690

Acetylacetone: see 2.4-

Pentandion

Acetylacetonperoxid as a paste,

= 32% see 52-

80%: see organic peroxide

type C, liquid

2.2-Di-(tert.-Butyl-peroxy)-propane, = < 42%:

see organic peroxide type D,

hard

2.2-Di-(tert.-Butyl-peroxy)-propane, = < 52%:

see organic peroxide type D,

liquid

Butylacetáty 3 31 c 30 1123 3 291590

Butylacetáty 3 .3B 33 1123 3 291590

Butylakryláty, stabilized 3 31 c 39 2348 3 291612

Butylalkoholy (Butanoly) 3 31 c 30 1120 3 290514

Butylalkoholy (Butanoly) 3 3b 33 1120 3 290514

di-n-butyl amine 8 54b 83 2248 8 + 3 292119

n-butyl amine 3 22b 338 1125 3 + 8 292119

2-(di-n-Butylamino)-ethanol 6.1 12 c 60 2873 6.1 292219



Butylbenzeny 3 31 c 30 2709 3 290290

Butylbenzylphthalate: see substance

threatening the environment,

liquid, n.o.s.

n-Butylbromid (1-Brombutan) 3 3b 33 1126 3 290330

SEK. Butylbromid: see 2-Brombutan

1.2-Butylenoxid, stabilized 3 3b 339 3022 3 291090

di-n-Butylether (Dibutylether) 3 31 c 30 1149 3 290919

n-3b 33 1128 3 291513 3 Butylformiát

Butylfosfát (mono-n-8 38 c 80 1718 8 291900

Butylfosfát)

di-n-Butylftalát: see substance

threatening the environment,

liquid, n.o.s.

tert.-Butylhydroperoxid + Di-tert.-

butylperoxid = < 82% + > = 9%:

see organic peroxide type C,

liquid

tert.-Butylhydroperoxid, > 79-90%:

see organic peroxide type C,

liquid

tert.-Butylhydroperoxid, = 79% see 42-100%:

see organic peroxide type D,

liquid

tert.-Butylkumylperoxid, = 42% see 52-

100%: see organic peroxide

Type B, hard

tert.-Butylmonoperoxymaleat, = < 52%:

see organic peroxide type C,

liquid

tert.-Butylmonoperoxymaleat, = < 52%:

see organic peroxide type E,

hard

Butylnitrity 3 31 c 30 2351 3 292090

Butylnitrity 3 .3B 33 2351 3 292090

Di-tert-Butylperoxid, = < 32%: see organic peroxide type F, liquid Di-tert.-Butylperoxid, > 32-100%: see

organic peroxide type E,

liquid

1.1-Di-(tert-Butylperoxy.) cyclohexane, > 80-

100%: see organic peroxide

Type B, liquid


1.1-Di-(tert-Butylperoxy.)-3,5,7, 5-

trimethylcyklohexan = < 32%: see organic peroxide type E, liquid 1.1-Di-(tert-Butylperoxy.)-3,5,7, 5-trimethylcyklohexan, > 57-90%:

see organic peroxide type C,

liquid

1.1-Di-(tert-Butylperoxy.)-3,5,7, 5-

trimethylcyklohexan = < 57%:

see organic peroxide type D,

hard

1.1-Di-(tert-Butylperoxy.)-3,5,7, 5-

trimethylcyklohexan = < 57%: see organic peroxide type E, liquid 1.1-Di-(tert-Butylperoxy.)-3,5,7, 5-trimethylcyklohexan, > 90-

100%: see organic peroxide

Type B, liquid

1.1-Di-(tert-Butylperoxy.)-cyclohexane,

= 13% see 52-77%

see organic peroxide type D,

liquid

tert.-Butylperoxybenzoat, = < 52%: see organic peroxide type D, solid tert.-Butylperoxybenzoat, > 77-100%:

see organic peroxide type C,

liquid

tert.-Butylperoxybutylfumarát,

= 52% see 77-94%:

see organic peroxide type B,

hard

Benzoyl peroxide, =: see < 77%

organic peroxide type C, solid

Dibenzyldichlorsilan 8 X 80 2434 8 293100 36b

Diboran, compressed 2 1TF 263 1911 6.1 + 3 285000

1.2-dibromo-3-chloropropane: see

Pesticide-a chemical compound

chlorine

33 c 90 1941 9 290347 9 Dibromdifluormethan

1.2-dibromoethane (Ethylendibromid) 6.1 15a 66 1605 6.1 290330

6.1 Dibromchlorpropany 6.1 15 c 60 2872 290349

Dibrommethan 6.1 15 c 60 2664 6.1 290330

Dibutylether (di-n-Butylether) 3 31 c 30 1149 3 290919

Dicrotophos: see Pesticide-

an organic compound of the phosphorus

Dicumarol: see Pesticide-

a derivative of coumarin

Dicyklohexylamin 8 53 c 80 2565 8 292130

Dicyklohexylamoniumnitrit 4.1 11 c 40 2687 4.1 292130

Dicyclopentadiene 3 31 c 30 2048 3 290219

Dieldrin: see Pesticide-

the organic compound of chlorine

Diethoxydimethylsilan 3 .3B 33 2380 3 293100

1.1-Give (Acetal) 3 3b 33 1088 3 291100

1.2-Give: see

Ethylenglykoldiethylether

Diethoxymethan 3 .3B 33 2373 3 290919

3.3-Diethoxypropen 3 .3B 33 2374 3 291100

Diethylamine 3 22b 338 1154 3 + 8 292112

3-(Diethylamino)-propylamin 3 33 c 38 2684 3 + 8 292129

2-8 83 2686 Diethylaminoethanol 54b 8 + 3 292219

N, N-Diethylanilín 6.1 12 c 60 2432 6.1 292142

Diethylbenzeny (o-, m-, p-) 3 30 2049 3 290290 31 c

Diethyldichlorsilan 8 37b X 83 1767 293100 8 + 3

Diethylenglykoldinitrát, 1.1 (D) 4 1.1 D 0075 1 + 15 360200

znecitlivěný

Diethylenetriamine [bis-(2-Amino-8 53b 80 2079 8 292129

ethyl)-amine]

Diethyl ether (ethyl ether) 3 2a 33 1155 3 290911

N, N-Diethylethylendiamin 8 83 2685 54b 8 + 3 292129

Diethylkarbonát 3 31 c 30 2366 3 292090

Diethylketon 3 .3B 33 1156 3 291419

Diethylsulfát 6.1 14b 60 1594 6.1 292090

Diethylsulfid 3 .3B 33 2375 3 293090

Diethylthiofosforylchlorid 8 35b) 1 80 2751 8 292010

Diethylzinek 4.2 31a 9033 1366 4.2 + 4.3 293100

Difenacum: see Pesticide-

a derivative of coumarin

Diphenyl: see contaminating

the environment, solid, n.o.s.

Difenylaminochlorarzin 6.1 34a 66 1698 6.1 293490

Diphenyl ethers: see substance

threatening the environment,

solid, n.o.s.

Difenylchlorarzin 6.1 34a 60 1699 6.1 293100

Difenylmagnesium 4.2 31a 9033 2005 4.2 + 4.3 293100

Difenyloxid-4.4-

disulfonohydrazid [p, p '-oxybis

(benzensulfo-hydrazides)]: see

a substance will

lying, type D, solid

Difenzoquat: see pesticide, n.e.c.

Difluordibrommethan: see

Dibromdifluormethan

1.1-Difluorethan (gas like 2 2F 23 1030 3 (+ 1) 290330

refrigerant R 152a)

1.1-Difluorethylen (gas as

refrigerant R 1132a) 2 2F 239 1959 3 (+ 1) 290330

Difluormethan (gas like 2 2F 23 3252 3 (+ 1) 290330

refrigerant R 32)

Dihydrid titanium 4.1 14b 40 1871 4.1 285000

Dihydrid zirconium 4.1 14b 40 1437 4.1 285000

Dihydrogenfosfid leaded 4.1 11b 40 2989 4.1 283510

Lead Dihydrogenfosfid 4.1 11 c 40 2989 4.1 283510

2.2-Dihydroperoxypropan, = < 27%:

see organic peroxide type B,

hard

2.3-Dihydropyran 3 3b 33 2376 3 290920

1.4-Dihydroxybenzen: see

Hydroquinone

Dichlofenthion: see Pesticide-

an organic compound of the phosphorus

1.1-Dichloro-1-nitroethane 6.1 17b 60 2650 6.1 290490

1.3-Dichloro-2-propanol 6.1 17b 60 2750 6.1 290550

Dichloracetylchlorid 8 35b) 1 X 80 1765 8 291590

Dichloranilíny 6.1 12b 60 1590 6.1 292142

o-Dichlorobenzene (1.2-6.1 15 c 60 1591 6.1 290361

Dichlorobenzene)

1.2-Dichlorobenzene (o-Dichlorobenzene) 6.1 15 c 60 1591 6.1 290361

p-Dichlorobenzene: see substance

threatening the environment,

solid, n.o.s.

Di-(2-Dichlorbenzoylperoxid as

Paste with silicone oil

= 52% see