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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(45)

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6.0.4.2 Format of Marking
6.0.4.2.1 The marking must consist of:
(a)  the United Nations packaging symbol as shown in Figure 6.0.A:
FIGURE 6.0.A
UN Packaging Symbol
This symbol must not be used for any purpose other than certifying that a packaging complies with the relevant requirements in Section 6. For embossed metal packagings the capital letters “UN” may be applied as the symbol;
(b)the code number designating the type of packagings according to 6.0.3;
(c)the letter X, Y, or Z, designating the packing group(s) for which the design type has been successfully tested:
●X for Packing Group I (these packagings may be used for Packing Group I, II and III articles and substances); or
●Y for Packing Group II (these packagings may be used for Packing Group II and III articles and substances); or
●Z for Packing Group III (these packagings may be used for Packing Group III articles and substances only);
(d)followed by:
●for single packagings intended to contain liquids, a number indicating the relative density, rounded off to the first decimal, for which the design type has been tested; this may be omitted when the relative density does not exceed 1.2; or
●for packagings intended to contain solids or inner packagings, a number corresponding to the maximum gross weight, in kilograms, at which the design type has been tested;
(e)followed by:
●for single packagings intended to contain liquids, the hydraulic test pressure which the packaging was shown to withstand, in kPa rounded down to the nearest 10 kPa; or
●for packagings intended to contain solids or inner packagings, the letter “S”;
(f)followed by the last two digits of the year during which the packaging was manufactured. Packagings of types 1H1, 1H2, 3H1 and 3H2 must also be appropriately marked with the month of manufacture;
this may be marked on the packaging in a different place from the remainder of the marking. An appro-priate method is shown in Figure 6.0.B:
FIGURE 6.0.B
Example of Indicating the
Month of Manufacture
(g)followed by the State authorizing the allocation of the mark, indicated by the international Vehicle Regis-tration Code (VRI Code) as indicated in Appendix D.1 and D.2;
(h)followed by the name of the manufacturer or other identification of the packaging specified by the appro-priate national authority.
6.0.4.2.2 The markings illustrated in Tables 6.0.C, 6.0.D, 6.0.E and 6.5.A are shown in either two or three lines, however the markings can be applied in a single or in multiple lines provided the information is given in the correct sequence. Additionally, the elements of the mark-ing required in subsection 6.0.4.2.1 and when appropriate subsections 6.0.5, 6.0.6 and 6.5.3.1 must be clearly separated, e.g. by a “/” symbol or a space so as to be easily identified.
Note:
For other required package or overpack markings see Subsection 7.1.
6.0.4.3 Metal Drums
In addition to the durable markings prescribed in 6.0.4.2, every new metal drum of a capacity greater than 100 L must bear the marks described in 6.0.4.2(a) to 6.0.4.2(f) on the bottom, with an indication of the nominal thickness of at least the metal used in the body (in mm, to 0.1 mm), in a permanent form, e.g. embossed. When the nominal thickness of either head of a metal drum is thinner than that of the body, the nominal thicknesses of the top head, body and bottom head must be marked on the bottom in a permanent form, for example “1.0-1.2-1.0” or “0.9-1.0-1.0”. Nominal thicknesses of metal must be determined according to the appropriate ISO Standard, for example ISO 3574:1999 for steel. The marks indicated in 6.0.4.2(g) and 6.0.4.2(h) must not be applied in a permanent form (e.g. embossed) except as provided for in 6.0.5.2.
6.0.4.4 Recycled Plastic Material
Packagings manufactured with recycled plastic material as defined in Appendix A must be marked “REC”. This mark must be placed near the mark prescribed in 6.0.4.1 and 6.0.4.2.
6.0.5 Markings on Reconditioned and Remanufactured UN Specification Packagings
6.0.5.0 Every packaging liable to undergo a recon-ditioning process other than those referred to in 6.0.4.3 must bear the marks indicated in 6.0.4.2(a) to 6.0.4.2(f) in a permanent form. Marks are permanent if they are able to withstand the reconditioning process, e.g. embossed. For packagings other than metal drums of a capacity greater than 100 L, these permanent marks may replace the corresponding durable markings prescribed in 6.0.4.2.
6.0.5.1 For remanufactured metal drums, if there is no change to the packaging type and no replacement or removal of integral structural components, the required markings need not be permanent. Every other remanufac-tured metal drum must bear the markings indicated in 6.0.4.2(a) to 6.0.4.2(f) in a permanent form (e.g. embossed) on the top head or side.
6.0.5.2 Metal drums made from materials, (e.g. stainless steel), designed to be reused repeatedly may bear the markings indicated in 6.0.4.2(g) and 6.0.4.2(h) in perma-nent form (e.g. embossed).
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6.0.5.3 Marking must be applied in the sequence of the subparagraphs in 6.0.4; each element of the marking required in these subparagraphs and when appropriate, subparagraphs (a) to (d) of 6.0.5.4, must be clearly separated, e.g. by a slash or space, so as to be easily identified; for examples see Tables 6.0.C, 6.0.D and
6.5.A. Any additional markings authorized by the appro-priate national authority must still enable the parts of the mark to be correctly identified with reference to 6.0.4.
6.0.5.4 After reconditioning a packaging, the recon-ditioner must apply to it, in sequence, a durable marking showing:
(a)the State in which the reconditioning was carried out, indicated by the international Vehicle Registration Code (VRI Code) as indicated in Appendix D.1 and D.2;
 
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