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ADR transport

SKB Logistics is happy to provide in all your needs during the transport of your ADR containers. Our drivers have been fully trained and our materials meet all the standards and requirements. For many transport enterprises, transporting materials that fall under ADR is unfamiliar territory. This comes with quite a few risks. SKB is fully equipped to safely handle your ADR transport. Our drivers have extensive training and we have a safety adviser available.

By making use of TRS and genset systems, SKB also offers you the possibility of temperature-controlled transport of hazardous materials.

ADR hazard classes

Hazardous materials are subdivided into hazard classes. Hazard classes combine a group of substances that could present a similar hazard during transport. Each class has its own vignette and consists of a number of sub-components. SKB transports all classes except for class 1 (explosive substances and articles) and class 7 (radioactive material). We provide well-coordinated and safe transport of your
ADR materials.


Group 1. Explosive substances and articles

  1. Mass explosion hazard

  2. Projection hazard, no mass explosion hazard

  3. Fire hazard, but limited projection or blast hazard

  4. Limited explosion hazard

  5. Very insensitive materials and articles, mass explosion hazard

  6. Extremely insensitive substances and articles, very limited mass explosion hazard.

Group 5

  1. Oxidising substances

  2. Organic peroxides

Group 6

  1. Toxic substances

  2. Infectious substances

Group 2. Gases

  1. Flammable gases

  2. Asphyxiants

  3. Toxic gases

  4. Oxidising gases

  5. Corrosive gases

Group 3. Flammable liquids

  1. Flammable liquids with a boiling point up to 35 °C.

  2. Flammable liquids with a flash point lower than 23 °C and a boiling point above 35  °C.

  3. Liquids with a flash point between 23 °C and 60 °C and a boiling point above 35 °C as well as gas oil, diesel fuel and light heating oil due to their similar properties.

Group 7

  1. Radioactive material

  2. Alpha radiation

  3. Beta radiation

  4. Gamma radiation

  5. Neutron radiation

Group 8

  1. Corrosive substances

  2. Acids

  3. Alkalis

Group 9

  1. Miscellaneous hazardous substances and articles

Group 4

  1. lammable solids

  2. Spontaneously combustible solids

  3. Substances which in contact with water emit flammable ga

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