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Segregation Table

The table on the next page shows the general requirements for segregation between the various classes of dangerous goods.

Since the properties of substances or articles within each class may vary greatly, the individual schedules should always be consulted for particular requirements for segregation as these take precedence over the general requirements! Segregation should also take account of a single subsidiary risk table.

Explosives1.3, 1.6***4224334442422X
Flammable gases2.1442XXX212X22X421X
Non-toxic, non-flammable gases2.2221XXX1X1XX1X21XX
Toxic gases2.3221XXX2X2XX2X21XX
Flammable liquids3442212XX2122X32XX
Flammable solids**)4.14321XXXX1X12X321X
Substances liable to spontaneous combustion4.243221221X1221321X
Substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases4.3442XXX1X1X22X221X
Oxidizing substances (agents)5.14422XX2122X21312X
Organic peroxides5.244221222222X1322X
Toxic substances6.122XXXXXX1X11X1XXX
Infectious substances6.24444223332331X33X
Radioactive materials7222211222212X3X2X
Miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles9XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

 Numbers and symbols relate to the following terms as defined in this section:

1Away from.
2Separated from.
3Separated by a complete compartment or hold from.
4Separated longitudinally by an intervening complete compartment or hold from.
XThe segregation, if any, is shown in individual schedules.

* See sub-section 6.2 of the introduction to class 1 for segregation within class 1*

* Including self-reactive and related substances and desensitized explosives.*