Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Labels And Marks That
May Be Required When Shipping Honda Power Equipment
Post prominently in your Shipping/Receiving Area << INDEX
This is not a shipping guide. See 49CFR, 172.700 through 172.704 for mandatory training requirements
BATTERIES FUEL SYSTEM COMPONENTS
containing corrosive liquid (sulfuric acid) used fuel system components
BATTERY FLUID, ACID, 8, UN2796, II containing fuel or fuel vapor
- dry batteries with separate acid pack DANGEROUS GOODS IN
BATTERIES, NON-SPILLABLE, 8, APPARATUS, 9, UN3363
UN2800, III See 49CFR, 173.220 and 173.222
- other marks and labels are not required if Examples: Carburetors,
both battery and shipping package are used fuel tanks or hoses
marked "Non-spillable battery"
BATTERIES, WET, FILLED, WITH ACID, ENGINES
8, UN2794, III used engines containing fuel,
- automotive-type wet-charged batteries vapor or residues
CONSUMER COMMODITY, ORM-D ENGINES, INTERNAL COMBUSTION,
- if acid pack is less than 1 liter - US only 9,UN3166
Examples: Batteries and/or electrolyte Same conditions and restrictions as
DANGEROUS GOOD IN APPARATUS,
products with engines
PAINT, ADHESIVES & SEALANTS, etc.
paint, adhesives and sealants FUEL
containing flammable solvents less than 5 liters
PAINT, 3, UN1263, II GASOLINE, 3, UN1203, II
ADHESIVES, 3, UN1133, II See 49CFR 173.220 and 173.222.
COATING SOLUTIONS, 3, UN1139,II Example: Fuel tanks.
CONSUMER COMMODITY, ORM-D
- Consumer Commodity classification COMPRESSED FLAMMABLE GAS
applies to limited quantity hazards propane, methane, butane, isobutane,
packaged for individual retail sale - US only natural gas, flammable aerosols
Examples: Aerosol chemicals, aerosol/ COMPRESSED GAS, FLAMMABLE,
non/aerosol paint, individually packaged n.o.s., 2.1, UN1954
adhesives, sealants, etc. Example: Propane tanks
This information is intended as a guide only. Always confirm correct classification and packaging
before shipping any potentially hazardous component. Check http://hazmat.dot.gov if you have questions.
March 2006 TO201 OTR53876