By definition, Dangerous goods are different from ordinary goods. Special transportation methods and transportation conditions are required. Dangerous goods in air transport refer to goods that may cause damage to aircraft, life, and cargo during the air transport because of air pressure and temperature changes, heavy navigational shocks, space restrictions, etc. Dangerous Goods Regulations issued by IATA (hereinafter abbreviated) DGR) specifies the goods that can be transported and related restrictions.
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There are 9 categories of dangerous goods:
Under the influence of the external environment (such as heat, impact, etc.), violent chemical reactions can occur, and a large amount of gas and heat are generated instantaneously, causing the surrounding pressure to rise rapidly, items that are explosive occur, etc. Among the export goods, there are mainly fireworks and firecrackers. The operator should check the test report and approval certificate when collecting and transporting explosives;
Flammable gases (butane, propane, lighters), non-flammable, non-toxic gases (carbon dioxide, helium, fire extinguishers, cryogenic liquefied gases), toxic gases. aerosol or aerosol sprayers is flammable gases, too. Sprayers are non-refillable containers made of metal, glass or plastic. These containers contain compressed, liquefied or pressurised dissolved gases, allowing their contents to be ejected as solid or liquid particles. It is worth noting that most toxic gases are prohibited from air transport with only a few exceptions such as: low-toxicity aerosols, tear-tight devices;
Flammable liquids (certain paints, varnishes, alcohols, adhesives, acetone, gasoline) and viscous substances (paints, varnishes, lacquers, adhesives, polishes);
4. Flammable solids, pyrophoric materials, and solid materials that emit flammable gas in contact with water;
5, oxidants (such as: calcium chloride glue, potassium phosphate, bleach)
Organic peroxides that can be ignited by an open flame and burn rapidly;
6. Toxins (, arsenic, nicotine, oxides, pesticides) and infectious substances (viruses, bacteria, saliva containing viruses, medical waste);
7. Radioactive article (radium 226, natural uranium, luminous powder, luminescent agent)
According to the radioactive size, it is divided into primary radioactive material, secondary radioactive material and tertiary radioactive material);
8, corrosive substances (such as: sulfuric acid);
9, miscellaneous dangerous goods.
Dangers arise in air transport, but are not included in the first eight categories. They may produce narcotic, irritating or other properties that make passengers annoy or uncomfortable (asbestos, garlic oil, lifeboats, internal combustion engines, Vehicles, electric wheelchairs, aviation rescue equipment);
Filled with flammable gases or liquids may emit a small amount of flammable gas (PVC particles, semi-finished polymer materials);
Solid carbon dioxide (dry ice, frozen vegetables, ice boxes, ice cream);
Magnetic material (magnetrons, unshielded permanent magnets, yttrium iron).
Responsible parties and banned dangerous goods by air