1263 (Paint) 3 DOT Placard. This 10 3/4'' x 10 3/4'' DOT placard is designed specifically for vehicles dedicated to the repeat transportation of paint. Printed with a combination of hazard class, hazard division, 4-digit identification number and UN chemical number.
Also question is, what do the numbers on a placard mean?
These numbers, usually ranging from 0004-3534, are called United Nations (U.N.) numbers, and are assigned by the U.N. to help identify hazardous international cargo, or the specific class of hazardous international cargo that is traveling in the U.S.
Also to know, what requires hazmat placards?
Flammable and combustible liquids, such as gasoline and fuel oil, must have Class 3 placards, and Class 4 placards are assigned to flammable solids and materials that are spontaneously combustible or dangerous when wet.
What does 1993 on a placard mean?
UN 1993 Flammable Liquid Placard -- Diesel n.o.s. Pre-printed with a UN Number, these Hazard Class 3 placards meet the requirements of 49 CFR 172.500 for domestic and international shipments of hazardous materials by highway, rail and water.
Does Class 9 Hazmat need placards?
The Class 9 placard is required for international shipments, although not for any part of the transportation that occurs in the United States. If any other class of hazmat is on the shipment with the Class 9 material, the appropriate placard would be needed for that additional hazmat class.