|Class 2||Gases: Compressed, Liquefied or Dissolved under Pressure|
|Class 3||Flammable liquids|
|A flammable liquid (Class 3) is a liquid that has a flash point of no more tan 60.5°C (141°F),
or any other material in liquid phase with a flash point of 37.8°C (100°F) or superior, which
is intentionally heated and proposed for transport of transported at its flash point or above it,
in a bulk package.
|Class 4||Flammable substances or solids|
|4.2||Substances prone to spontaneous combustion.|
|4.3||Substances that in contact with water emit flammable gases.|
|Class 5||Flammable substances or solids|
|5.1||Oxidizing substances (agents) that by oxygen production increase the risk
and the intensity of fire.
|5.2||Organic Peroxides– most will burn quickly and are sensitive to impact or friction.|
|Class 6||Toxic and Infectious Substances|
|Class 7||Radioactive Substances|
|Any amount of packages with radioactive content having label III-YELLOW
(LSA-III). Some radioactive materials in “exclusive use” with radioactive materials
Of low specific activity will not have the label, but the RADIOACTIVE sign is required.
|Class 8||Corrosive Materials|
|For the purposes of this section of the chapter “corrosive materials” (Class 8)
means a liquid or a solid that causes the total destruction of the thickness of
the human skin at the contact spot within a period of time. A liquid that has a
high corrosion rate in steel or aluminum is also a corrosive material.
|Class 9||Various articles and hazardous substances (Marine pollutants that are not of a hazardous nature otherwise listed in Class 9).|
|A material that presents a risk during transport but does not match the definition of any other risk class. This class includes:
1. Any material that has an anesthetic, noxious or similar property that could cause extreme annoyance or discomfort to a flight crew member to prevent the correct performance of the functions.
2. Any material for a high temperature material, a hazardous substance, a hazardous waste or a marine pollutant.