UN 1950 Aerosols Hazard Warning Labels (Qty: 1,000)
These UN 1950 Aerosols labels come on a roll of 1,000 labels with a permanent adhesive.
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UN numbers or UN IDs are four-digit numbers that identify dangerous goods hazardous substances and articles (such as explosives, flammable liquids, toxic substances, etc.) in the framework of international transport. Some hazardous substances have their own UN numbers (e.g. acrylamide has UN2074), while sometimes groups of chemicals or products with similar properties receive a common UN number (e.g. flammable liquid, not otherwise specified, have UN1993). A chemical in its solid state may receive a different UN number than the liquid phase if their hazardous properties differ significantly; substances with different levels of purity may also receive different UN numbers.
UN numbers range from UN0001 to about UN3500 and are assigned by the United Nations committee of experts on the transport of dangerous goods. They are published as part of their Recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods, also known as the Orange Book. These recommendations are adopted by the regulatory organization responsible for the different modes of transport.