The full name of air transport identification is “Air Transport Conditions Identification Report”. commonly known as air transport identification or identification. Without this marking, shipping usually requires an MSDS. In fact, MSDS is not a test report or identification report.
It is not a certification project, but a technical manual focusing on safe operation guidelines, which is essentially different from the Air Transport Appraisal.
The safety requirements for air cargo transportation are much higher than those for sea transportation, especially when transported in the belly hold of passenger aircraft.
Based on the experimental results, determine the existence of hazards and hazard classification, and recommend reasonable packaging and transportation methods to customers. Issues that should be paid attention to during transportation, such as fire prevention methods, first aid measures, storage and transportation conditions, transportation leakage treatment methods, etc. Especially for chemical identification, the theoretical time is 2 working days to produce the results. The peak period is at the end of December and early January every year, which takes a little longer (the validity period of the assessment report is basically one year). Lithium battery identification will take longer. Please pay special attention. Which goods require air freight identification?

  1. Powdered goods
    Air transport identification reports must be provided for powdered goods, such as Spirulina powder. Various plant extracts.
  2. Chemicals
    Air transportation of various chemicals generally requires an air transportation appraisal report. Chemicals can generally be divided into hazardous chemicals and ordinary chemicals. General chemicals are those commonly seen in air freight, that is, chemicals that can be transported as general cargo. This chemical must pass a general air cargo identification before it can be transported. This is an identification report proving that the cargo is a general chemical and not a dangerous goods.
  3. Oily items
    For example: car parts may be equipped with engines, carburetors or tanks that contain fuel or residual fuel; camping equipment or gear may contain flammable liquids such as kerosene and gasoline.
  4. Products with batteries
    For example: electrical equipment may contain batteries; laptop computers, lawn mowers, golf balls, wheelchairs and other electronic devices may contain batteries.
  5. Liquids, gases and goods that may contain liquids and gases
    For example: some instruments may contain rectifiers, thermometers, barometers, pressure gauges, mercury converters, etc.
  6. Magnetic cargo generally requires inspection when transported by air.
    According to the requirements of the IATA902 International Air Transport Agreement, any magnetic field intensity at a distance of 2.1m from the surface of the object to be measured should be less than 0.159A/m (200nt) before general cargo transportation (general cargo identification) can be carried out. All cargo containing magnetic materials will generate a magnetic field in space, and safety inspections of magnetic cargo are required to ensure flight safety. Common magnetic items include the following: (1) Materials. Magnetic steel, neodymium iron boron, magnets, magnets, magnet blocks, magnets, permanent magnets, rare earth permanent magnets, etc. (2) Audio equipment. Speakers, receivers, buzzers, stereos, loudspeakers, speakers, radios, multimedia speakers. Headphones, microphones, walkie-talkie, mobile phones, tape recorders, projectors, etc.

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