Prohibited shipments are any substances which, when transported, may explode, react dangerously, ignite, cause elevated temperatures, or release toxic, corrosive or flammable gas or vapors, which should not be transported under standard transport conditions under any circumstances. Dangerous shipments, hazard class 1-8. (Dangerous consignments are goods and substances that are capable of endangering health, safety, property or the environment; they are listed in the List of Dangerous Goods in the IATA “Dangerous Goods Regulations” / “Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air” ICAO / ADR "Carriage of dangerous goods by road", or are classified in accordance with these Rules/Instructions). Special items (special category items) are items that require compliance with special conditions during their transportation and processing (live animals, wet items, perishable items, live human organs, hunting trophies, valuable items, weapons, weapons / military equipment, sports weapons, human remains). Items of an unidentified nature - it is not possible to determine / confirm the properties and characteristics of which. View list ## CLASS 1 ### Explosives. * gunpowder in any package and in any quantity; * cartridges for combat / for gas weapons; caps (caps) for hunting; * pyrotechnic means: signal and lighting rockets, signal cartridges, landing checkers, smoke cartridges (checkers), demolition matches, sparklers, railway firecrackers; TNT, dynamite, tol, ammonal and other explosives; primers, detonators, electric detonators, electric igniters, detonating and igniter cord, etc. ## CLASS 2 ### Gases. * household gases (butane-propane) and other gases; * gas cartridges filled with nerve and tear agents. * pressurized containers, aerosol cans (non-perfume) * gas shock absorbers ## CLASS 3 ### Flammable liquids. * alcohols, ethers, acetone, gasoline, kerosene; * paints, varnishes, adhesives, varnishes, fillers, enamels (based on organic solvents); * ink, printing ink; * samples of flammable petroleum products ## CLASS 4 ### Flammable solids. * substances liable to spontaneous combustion; * Substances that emit flammable gases when in contact with water. * matches, sulfur, celluloid nitronaphthalene. * white or yellow phosphorus, magnesium diamide. * calcium carbide, sodium, potassium, etc. ## CLASS 5 ### Oxidizing agents and organic peroxides. * ammonium nitrate fertilizers, ammonium nitrate, potassium nitrate; * calcium chlorate, hydrogen peroxide, tert-butyl hydroperoxide; * bleaches, etc. ## CLASS 6 ### Toxic and infectious substances. * any toxic, potent and toxic substances in liquid or solid state, packed in any container: pesticides, brucine, nicotine, strychnine, mercury; all salts of hydrocyanic acid and cyanide preparations, cyclone, arsenic, etc. * samples of biological materials, viruses, clinical waste. ## CLASS 7 ### radioactive material. * radionuclides or isotopes for medical and industrial use, such as Cobalt 60, Cesium-131, Iodine 132; fissile material: Uranium 233 and 235, Plutonium 239 and 241; medical preparations and equipment with the use of radioactive elements, waste of radioactive materials ## CLASS 8 ### Corrosive substances. * acids (hydrochloric, sulfuric, nitric, etc.); * alkalis (sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, etc.) * alkaline, acid accumulators and batteries ### Firearms, gas, pneumatic, edged weapons of all kinds. * pistols, revolvers, rifles, carbines and other firearms, gas, pneumatic weapons, * the main parts of firearms: barrel, bolt, drum, frame, receiver; * electroshock devices and their imitators; * crossbows, spearguns, checkers, sabers, cleavers, scimitars, broadswords, swords, swords, bayonets, daggers, daggers, stilettos, knives. Note: Weapons do not include products certified as household and industrial products, sports equipment that are structurally similar to weapons. ### Narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances. * Precious and rare earth metals, precious stones and products from them. * gold bars, gold coins and gold in the form of grains, sheets, sand, foil, wire, etc., platinum, platinum group metals (palladium, iridium, ruthenium, osmium and rhodium) diamonds (including diamonds for industrial use), rubies , emeralds, sapphires, opals and natural pearls, jewelry and watches. ### Banknotes and equivalents of banknotes. * banknotes in circulation, traveler's (tourist's) checks, securities, stocks, stock coupons and stamps, bank and credit cards ready for use. ### Live animals, hunting trophies. * live animals, animal organs, animal remains; * fur raw materials, raw hides, leather; * hunting trophies. ### human remains. * human remains in coffins, cremated remains in urns. ### Perishable foodstuffs. * dairy, meat and fish products, vegetables, fruits, bakery products
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