Report From DGAC Conference & Expo: Day 2 Part II
- Lithium batteries must be manufactured under a quality management program;
- Special Provision A21 will be changed to include only vehicles powered by lithium battery (by removing reference to equipment containing lithium batteries);
- They will add a new special provision, A185, to address the requirements of shipping equipment containing lithium batteries;
- Overpacks containing lithium batteries will require the lithium battery marking; and
- The lithium battery airway bill will require special wording indicating the lithium battery is in compliance with all applicable regulations.
- Formaldehyde solutions at 10%–25% shall be assigned to UN 3334 Aviation regulated liquid. If it contains less than 10% formaldehyde, it won’t be subject to the regulations.
- Manufactured articles containing mercury will be Class 8 corrosives and also require a 6 toxic hazard label. If there are less than 5 kg of mercury in the package, the toxic label will not be required.
- 12 mm for > 30 L/30 kg
- 6 mm for ≤ 30 L/30 kg
Tags: hazmat, IATA, lithium batteries, marks and labels, shipping
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