Flammable liquidLCS Laboratory Inc., offers complete laboratory testing of flammable liquids  for proper classification of material in accordance with Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) regulation Part 2.

As per paragraph 2.2 of the current regulation: ” The consignor is responsible for determining the classification of dangerous goods.

Also per paragraph “2.2.1 Proof of Classification SOR/2014-152. (1) A consignor who allows a carrier to take possession of dangerous goods for transport or who imports dangerous goods into Canada must, during a five-year period that begins on the date that appears on the shipping document, make a proof of classification available to the Minister on reasonable notice given by the Minister. (2) For the purposes of this section, a proof of classification is (a) a test report; (b) a lab report;…

burning liquidIn our analysis, we follow the classification procedure as described in paragraphs 2.18 and 2.19 of the regulation and, through the chain of tests, classify the liquid as flammable or not and assign it a packaging group from I to III. Our laboratory issues Classification Report and Supporting Laboratory Test Reports.

The testing is performed in-house by our ISO 17025 accredited laboratory in strong compliance with ASTM and ISO standards and UN recommendations. For more information about the testing methods, please visit our TDG classification page.

When you order a Class 3: Flammable Liquid Classification Tests package at $330 per sample, you save 20% , and receive a TDG Classification Report free of charge.

For more information, please email us to discuss your project.