- Signs + Labels
- DOT Placarding
- 4 Digit Blank DOT Placards, Class 5, Organic Peroxide
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Quickly and efficiently label placards with the required 4 digit DOT Identification Number. These 10.75" x 10.75" Hazardous Materials placards can be used with Gothic 3-1/2" single numbers (available separately as item # 03157). This placard is also available with preprinted digits (see item # 03300). These placards are sold in packages of 25 or 100 only.
For corresponding Class 5 Organic Peroxide placards see item # 03149. For matching Class 5 Organic Peroxide DOT shipping labels see item # 03042.
These placards are available in three different materials:
|Polycoated Tagboard||Made from a semi-rigid paper card stock with a water resistant coating on both sides. This material is intended for single trip usage, at an economical price. Intended for use with placard holders.|
|Rigid Plastic||Manufactured on durable plastic able to withstand repeated usage under any weather conditions. The ink is applied using a silk screen process to ensure print quality and resist fading. Intended for use with placard holders.|
|Permanent Self-Adhesive Vinyl||Intended for permanent application on the transport vehicle. They are constructed with an outdoor grade 4-mil vinyl with an aggressive permanent adhesive backing. Once applied, these placards provide a permanent DOT marking solution.|
Magnetic versions are also available by special order (please inquire).
TECHNICAL NOTE 1: The US Department of Transportation's DOT Chart 15, Hazardous Materials Markings, Labeling and Placarding Guide is a terrific full-color compliance guide for placarding and labeling and is available for download from their web site.
TECHNICAL NOTE 2: 49 CFR 173.128 defines Organic Peroxide (Class 5, Division 5.2) and defines various types. 49 CFR 173.225 lists the packaging requirements and other provisions for organic peroxides. For a general discussion of peroxides, examples, and further reading, see the SDS HyperGlossary entry on peroxides.