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Contact:

Dr. Jürgen Hess 

Senior Account Manager

Tel.:  49 (69) 797-84631

 hess@siemens.com

Classification of hazardous substances and dangerous goods

 

Chemical substances and mixtures have to be classified as hazardous materials before they can be placed on the market and classified as dangerous goods according to their dangers before they can be transported. In our laboratories, we carry out the physico-chemical measurements to classify your substances and mixtures for you.

The classification of hazardous substances is performed according to GHS and CLP regulation. Pure substances are classified according to the CLP Regulation, for mixtures this classification is also mandatory effective June 1, 2015.

Dangerous goods are classified in accordance with the rules on the transport of dangerous goods, eg UN Manual of Tests and Criteria.

With years of experience we can help you select the necessary investigations and to find an economical way to classify your substances and mixtures.

Our range of services

  • Physico-chemical studies according to the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria

  • Classification of dangerous goods, eg according to UN Model Regulations

  • Classification of hazardous substances according to GHS and CLP Regulations

  • Preparation of statements due to material properties, composition, etc.