KOVOT – 500 Labels – 4″x4″ (Class 9) – UN3480, UN3481, UN3090, UN3091, Lithium Ion or Metal Battery – DOT Hazardous Warning Labels on a Roll D.O.T. Adhesive Stickers | Blank Space to Write in
- WRITE IN LITHIUM LABELS:These labels allow you to indicate the UN number you are shipping and provides room for your phone number.
- MULTIPLE USES: Save & use this one label for all your battery shipping needs.
- UN3090 & UN3091 for Lithium metal batteries (including lithium alloy batteries) / contained in equipment
- UN3480 & UN3481 for Lithium ion batteries (including lithium ion polymer batteries) / packed with equipment
- 4 INCH SQUARE: Size of label 4” by 4” 100mm x 100mm (In compliance with the DOT)
- 500 LABELS PER ROLL: Includes (1) roll of 500 Labels, MADE IN THE USA.
- LABELS MEET INTERNATIONAL REGULATION REQUIRMENT: Labels meet DOT, ICAO and IATA labeling requirements for shipping lithium batteries. & DGR 184.108.40.206
- EASY TO PEEL & APPLY: These adhesive hazard labels are easy to peel off either by hand or with an automatic label applicator. Once applied, they are difficult to remove, so they stay put until delivery. Write on them with a permanent marker or pen.
Safely transport your lithium battery packages with KOVOT’s Lithium Battery Marks. The Lithium Battery Mark is required on packages carrying lithium ion or lithium metal batteries.The marks have space to designate the UN number of the lithium battery you are shipping and space to add a telephone number for additional information required by the regulations. Choose the write in version and Write the Correct UN number. The marking size is 100mm x 100mm and the overall label size is 4″ x 4″ Inches .
Department of Transportation (DOT) and United Nations (UN) hazardous materials shipping labels and placards are used to clearly identify shipments containing hazardous materials. Each label has text and/or images that correspond to a specific type of hazard or hazardous material. These items help companies comply with government regulations regarding the shipment of dangerous materials, and they help people who handle and receive these shipments determine whether they need special handling or safety protocols. They also can help emergency responders determine how to clean up or evacuate the area around the shipments if there is an accident during transportation. Labels are applied to individual containers such as drums, cartons, crates, pails, and compressed-gas cylinders.