Lithium Battery Label Class 9 Shipping Dangerous Goods

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Our Class 9 Lithium Battery Placard label are 250 x 250 mm and self adhesive and, like all of our labels, they comply with ADR, IATA, RID & IMDG regulations.

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Self-adhesive IMDG and ADR 2019 warning diamond placard label (250mm x 250mm) for vehicles/containers carrying Class 9 - Lithium Battery

Our Hazard Warning Diamond labels and Placards comply with IATA, IMDG, ADR and RID international legislation and are manufactured from very high quality materials that give each label a high resolution print quality so images are very crisp and clear, making them easy to read.

All our labels are all self-adhesive with an easy peel backing.

Our labels comply with BS:5609 standards, a British Standard to ensure that labels will remain legible and attached to a container after 3 months immersion in sea water. This ensures that they meet the IMDG code or International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code, which is an accepted internationally recognised guideline for the safe transportation of hazardous materials or dangerous goods by water.

All our self-adhesive labels meet the requirements of the transport regulations for air, sea and road.

All of the 250mm x 250mm labels can be backed onto Magnetic (link to magnetic plates) or Aluminium plates (link to Aluminium plates), providing the ultimate adaptable labelling solution.

The lithium battery label has been mandatory since 1st January 2019. when IATA published its 60th edition of the regulations,

This Class 9 hazard label is specifically for lithium batteries and must also show the lithium battery image the regular Class 9 label must not be used for lithium battery shipments.

Additional labels may be required on packaging of lithium batteries dependent if you are sending by Air, Sea, Rail or Road and the quantaties of cells per shipment. Information on exact packaging requirements can be found on the IATA, RID, IMDG and ADR regulations or your qualified Dangerous Goods Advisor should be able to assist.