offered for shipment, it must be identified by its proper shipping name. If you
have any questions concerning this or the handling, packaging, or shipping of any
hazardous material, consult the above references.
Figure 2-3 is a used as a
guide for compatibility of hazardous cargo.
In Figure 2-3, a letter X at the intersection of the horizontal and vertical
columns shows articles which must not be loaded or stored together. For example:
Detonating fuses, Class A, with or without radioactive components, 7 horizontal
column must not be loaded or stored with high explosives, Class A, 2 vertical
column. The materials are number coded. Look at the example in Figure 2-4. In
the vertical column, locate number 11 (small arms ammunitions). By moving down
the column, you will see that this ammunition can be shipped with all other