UN Number: 1267
Hazard Class Number: 3
Shipping Name: Petroleum Crude Oil



UN 1267 Petroleum Crude Oil Hazard Class Placards



UN 1267 Hazard Class 3 Information

Flammable Liquid - 49 CFR § 173.120(a)

A flammable liquid (Class 3) means a liquid having a flash point of not more than 60.5°C (141°F), or any material in a liquid phase with a flash point at or above 37.8°C (100°F) that is intentionally heated and offered for transportation or transported at or above its flash point in a bulk packaging, with the following exceptions:

  1. Any liquid meeting one of the definitions specified in 49CFR 173.115.
  2. Any mixture having one or more components with a flash point of 60.5°C (141°F) or higher, that make up at least 99 percent of the total volume of the mixture, if the mixture is not offered for transportation or transported at or above its flash point.
  3. Any liquid with a flash point greater than 35°C (95°F) which does not sustain combustion according to ASTM 4206 or the procedure in Appendix H of this part.
  4. Any liquid with a flash point greater than 35°C (95°F) and with a fire point greater than 100°C (212°F) according to ISO 2592.
  5. Any liquid with a flash point greater than 35°C (95°F) which is in a water-miscible solution with a water content of more than 90 percent by mass.


UN 1267 Placard Finder

 UN Number:UN1267
 Proper Shipping Name:Petroleum crude oil
 Hazard Class
 or Division:
3

WordedBlank4-DigitInternational WordlessOrange
Panel
UN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Worded PlacardUN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Blank PlacardUN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid 1267 PlacardUN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Wordless PlacardUN1267 - Orange Panel Placard
TagboardZ-PL2
ZT2
ZTP2-1267IPL2
ZPOPTG1267
Rigid VinylZ-RVW2
ZRV2B
ZRVP2-1267  
Removable VinylZ-PSR2
ZVR2
ZVR21267 ZPOPR1267
E-Z Removable VinylZ-EZ2
ZEZ2B
ZEZP2-1267 ZPOPEZ1267
Permanent VinylZ-PVF
ZVP2
ZVPP2-1267IPV2
ZPOPP1267
MagneticZMG2
    
Aluminum81-SP2
    

Open Placard Finder and search for placards for other UN Numbers.



UN 1267 Label Finder and Shipping Name Label Finder

 UN Number:UN1267
 Proper Shipping Name:Petroleum crude oil
 Hazard Class
 or Division:
3

WordedInternational WordlessBlank TabShipping Name Tab
UN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Worded LabelUN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Wordless LabelUN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Blank Tab LabelUN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid 1267 Label
Paper, Roll of 500HML6
HC6
SNT6
HSNP6
Paper, Roll of 100HML6C



Paper, Pack of 50HML6S



PVC-Free Film,
Roll of 500
HMSL60
HSC6
HSNV6
HSNVP6
PVC-Free Film,
Pack of 25
HMSL60S



Paper,
Extended Tab,
Roll of 500


ETHSN6
ETHSNP6
PVC-Free Film,
Extended Tab,
Roll of 500


ETHSNV6
ETHSNVP6
PVC-Free Film,
Jumbo Tab,
Roll of 500



JTHSNVP6

Open Hazmat Label Finder and Shipping Name Finder and search for hazmat labels for other UN Numbers.



UN 1267 Emergency Response Guidebook Information

UN IDShipping NameHazard ClassEmergency Response GuidePolymerizingToxic Inhalation Hazard IsolationWater ReactiveChemical Biological AgentLabelPlacardHazard Code
1267Petroleum Crude Oil3128    UN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Worded LabelUN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Worded Placard30, 33

© The html, images, layout, design, and concept for this emergency response guidebook table are copyright of Labelmaster.
Date created: August 31, 2017.


Hazard Class Information

Class 3 Flammable and Combustible Liquids
{See the Hazard Class 3 Information at the top of this page.}

Emergency Response Guide

Emergency Response Guide 128Click the Guide Icon to open the Emergency Response Guidebook Guide 128 PDF.

Hazard Class Label Information

UN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Worded LabelFlammable Liquid (Primary)
Except for size and color the FLAMMABLE LIQUID label must be as follows: See Illustration. In addition to complying with § 172.407, the background color on the FLAMMABLE LIQUID label must be red.

Hazard Class Placard Information

UN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Worded PlacardFlammable Placard
§ 172.542 FLAMMABLE Placard: For the difference between flammable and combustible materials, see § 173.120. Except for size and color, the FLAMMABLE placard must be as follows: In addition to complying with § 172.519, the background color on the FLAMMABLE placard must be red. The symbol, text, class number and inner border bust be white. The word "GASOLINE" may be used in place of the word "FLAMMABLE" on a placard that is displayed on a cargo tank or a portable tank used to transport gasoline by highway. The word "GASOLINE" must be shown in white.

Hazard Code Information

Hazard identification numbers, utilized under European and some South American regulations, may be found in the top half of an orange panel on some intermodal bulk containers. The United Nations 4-digit identification number is in the bottom half of the orange panel.


Hazard Identification Number - 30
Flammable liquid (flash point betwewen 23°Cand 60°C, inclusive) or flammable liquid or solid in the molten state with a flash point above 60°C, heated to a temperature equal to or above its flash point, or self-heating liquid

Hazard Identification Number - 33
Highly flammable liquid (flash point below 23°C)

The hazard identification number in the top half of the orange panel consists of two or three digits. In general, the digits indicate the following hazards:

3 - Flammability of liquids (vapors) and gases or self-heating liquid

NOTE: The risk of spontaneous violent reaction within the meaning of digit 9 includes the possibility, due to the nature of a substance, of a risk of explosion, disintegration and polymerization reaction followed by the release of considerable heat or flammable and/or toxic gases.

  • Doubling of a digit indicates an intensification of that particular hazard (i.e., 33, 66, 88).
  • Where the hazard associated with a substance can be adequately indicated by a single digit, the digit is followed by a zero (i.e., 30, 40, 50).



UN 1267 Hazardous Materials Table Information

SymbolHazardous Material Descriptions Proper Shipping NameHazard Class or DivisionUN IDPacking GroupEmergency Response GuideLabelsPlacardsSpecial Provisions
Petroleum Crude Oil3UN1267I128UN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Worded Label144, 357, T11, TP1, TP8
Petroleum Crude Oil3UN1267II128UN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Worded Label144, 357, IB2, T4, TP1, TP8
Petroleum Crude Oil3UN1267III128UN1267 - DOT Hazard Class 3 - Flammable Liquid Worded Label144, 357, B1, IB3, T2, TP1

© The html, images, and layout for this hazardous materials table excerpt are copyright of Labelmaster. Date created: August 31, 2017.


Packing Group Information

Packing Group I
Packing Group I indicates great danger.

Packing Group II
Packing Group II indicates medium danger.

Packing Group III
Packing Group III indicates minor danger.

Special Provisions Information

"144" Numeric Special Provision
These provisions are multi-modal and apply to bulk and non-bulk packagings. If transported as a residue in an underground storage tank (UST), as defined in 40 CFR § 280.12, that has been cleaned and purged or rendered inert according to the American Petroleum Institute (API) Standard 1604 (IBR, see § 171.7 of this subchapter), Then the tank and this material are not subject to any other requirements of this subchapter. However, sediments remaining in the tank that meet the definition for a hazardous material are subject to the applicable regulations of this subchapter.

"357" Numeric Special Provision
These provisions are multi-modal and apply to bulk and non-bulk packagings. A bulk packaging that emits hydrogen sulfide in sufficient concentration that vapors evolved from the crude oil can present an inhalation hazard must be marked as specified in §172.327 of this part.

"B1" Special Provision Code
If the material has a flash point at or above 38°C (100°F) and below 93°C (200°F), then the bulk packaging requirements of § 173.241 of this subchapter are applicable. If the material has a flash point of less than 38°C (100°F), then the bulk packaging requirements of § 173.242 of this subchapter are applicable.

"IB2" Authorized IBC Code
Metal (31A, 31B, and 31N); Rigid plastics (31H1 and 31H2); Composite (31HZ1). Additional Requirement: Only liquids with a vapor pressure less than or equal to 110 KPs at 50°C (1.1 bar at 122°F), or 130 kPa at 55°C (1.3 bar at 131°F) are authorized.

"IB3" Authorized IBC Code
Metal (31A, 31B and 31N); Rigid plastics (31H1 and 31H2); Composite (31HZ1 and 31HA2, 31HB2, 31HN2, 31HD2 and 31HH2). Additional Requirement: Only liquids with a vapor pressure less than or equal to 110 kPa at 50°C (1.1 bar at 122°F), or 130 kPa at 55°C (1.3 bar at 131°F) are authorized, except for UN2672 (also see Special Provision IP8 for UN2672).

"T2" Portable Tank Codes
See table at 172.102(c)(7)(ii): table of Portable Tank T Codes T1-T22 [Portable tank code T1-T22 apply to liquid and solid hazardous materials of Classes 3 through 9 which are transported in portable tanks.]

"T4" Portable Tank Codes
See table at 172.102(c)(7)(ii): table of Portable Tank T Codes T1-T22 [Portable tank code T1-T22 apply to liquid and solid hazardous materials of Classes 3 through 9 which are transported in portable tanks.]

"T11" Portable Tank Codes
See table at 172.102(c)(7)(ii): table of Portable Tank T Codes T1-T22 [Portable tank code T1-T22 apply to liquid and solid hazardous materials of Classes 3 through 9 which are transported in portable tanks.]

"TP1" Tank Provision
The maximum degree of filling must not exceed the degree of filling determined by the following: Degree of filling = 97/(1+a(tr-tf)). Where: tr is the maximum mean bulk temperature during transport, and tf is the temperature in degrees celsius of the liquid during filling.

"TP8" Tank Provision
A portable tank having a minimum test pressure of 1.5 bar (150 kPa) may be used when the flash point of the hazardous material transported is greater than 0°C (32°F).




Hazardous Materials Segregation Table

Determine whether a hazardous class loading, transport or storage with other hazard classes is allowed, is not permitted, or is restricted using the hazardous materials segregation table.


SEGREGATION TABLE FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
Class or DivisionNotes
Explosives - 1.1 / 1.2
A*****XXXXXXXXXXXXX
Explosives - 1.3
*****XXXXXXXXXX
Explosives - 1.4
*****OOOOOOO
Very Insensitive Explosives - 1.5
A*****XXXXXXXXXXXXX
Extremely Insensitive Explosives - 1.6
*****
Flammable Gases - 2.1
XXOXXOOO
Non-Toxic, Non-Flammable gases - 2.2
XX
Poisonous Gas Zone A - 2.3
XXOXXXXXXXXX
Poisonous Gas Zone B - 2.3
XXOXOOOOOOOO
Flammable Liquids - 3
XXOXXOOX
Flammable Solids - 4.1
XXXOXO
Spontaneously Combustible Materials - 4.2
XXOXXOXX
Dangerous When Wet Materials - 4.3
XXXXOXO
Oxidizers - 5.1
AXXXXOOXO
Organic Peroxides - 5.2
XXXXOXO
Poisonous Liquids PG I Zone A - 6.1
XXOXOXXXXXXX
Radioactive Materials - 7
XXO
Corrosive Liquids - 8
XXOXXOOXOOOX

© The html, images, and layout for this hazardous materials segregation table are copyright of Labelmaster. Date created: August 31, 2017.



Instructions for using the segregation table for hazardous materials are as follows:

(1) The absence of any hazard class or division or a blank space in the table indicates that no restrictions apply.

(2) The letter “X” in the table indicates that these materials may not be loaded, transported, or stored together in the same transport vehicle or storage facility during the course of transportation.

(3) The letter “O” in the table indicates that these materials may not be loaded, transported, or stored together in the same transport vehicle or storage facility during the course of transportation unless separated in a manner that, in the event of leakage from packages under conditions normally incident to transportation, commingling of hazardous materials would not occur. Notwithstanding the methods of separation employed, Class 8 (corrosive) liquids may not be loaded above or adjacent to Class 4 (flammable) or Class 5 (oxidizing) materials; except that shippers may load truckload shipments of such materials together when it is known that the mixture of contents would not cause a fire or a dangerous evolution of heat or gas.

(4) The “*” in the table indicates that segregation among different Class 1 (explosive) materials is governed by the compatibility table in paragraph (f) of this section.

(5) The note “A” in the second column of the table means that, notwithstanding the requirements of the letter “X”, ammonium nitrate (UN1942) and ammonium nitrate fertilizer may be loaded or stored with Division 1.1 (explosive) or Division 1.5 materials, unless otherwise prohibited by §177.835(c).

(6) When the §172.101 table or §172.402 of this subchapter requires a package to bear a subsidiary hazard label, segregation appropriate to the subsidiary hazard must be applied when that segregation is more restrictive than that required by the primary hazard. However, hazardous materials of the same class may be stowed together without regard to segregation required for any secondary hazard if the materials are not capable of reacting dangerously with each other and causing combustion or dangerous evolution of heat, evolution of flammable, poisonous, or asphyxiant gases, or formation of corrosive or unstable materials.



See an excerpt of 49 CFR § 177.848 Segregation of hazardous materials.




Loading
Loading