1206 Placard - Class 3 Flammable Liquid (09476)
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1206 Placard - Class 3 Flammable Liquid

Hazmat placards meet DOT placarding and marking specifications. Read more.

Material Type:Tagboard
Product Code: 45186
List Price: $0.95
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Overview

  • Meets DOT requirements
  • Pre-numbered bulk placards have DOT legends, hazard class and 4-digit identification number
  • Measures 10-3/4" x 10-3/4"

Volume Pricing

Volume Pricing
Product Code Description 1 - 24 25 - 49 50 - 99 100 - 249 250 - 499
45186
Polycoated Tagboard
$0.95
$0.89
$0.76
$0.52
$0.50

Specification

Specification
Product Code Description Material Type Units Per Case
45186
Polycoated Tagboard
Tagboard
500 per case

Placard Materials

J. J. Keller placards are available in a variety of materials to suit your specific needs! See below for a listing of all available materials. To see materials available for a specific placard, select the Material Type dropdown menu at the top of this page.


Vinyl, Removable Adhesive

  • Designed for temporary applications
  • Made with 3.4 mil (.0034" thick) flexible vinyl film with removable acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive backing and 90# peel-off liner
  • Clean removability for approximately 6 months (depending on the substrate it is applied to and environmental exposure to UV and temperature). Adhesive will have a tendency to become permanent beyond 6 months.
  • -40°F to +200°F service temperature range
  • +40°F minimum application temperature
  • Up to 5-year substrate outdoor durability†

Vinyl, Economy, Removable Adhesive

  • Designed for short-term applications
  • Made with 3.2 mil (.0032" thick) flexible vinyl film with removable acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive backing and 50# peel-off liner
  • Clean removability for approximately 6 months (depending on the substrate it is applied to and environmental exposure to UV and temperature). Adhesive will have a tendency to become permanent beyond 6 months.
  • -40°F to +200°F service temperature range
  • +40°F minimum application temperature
  • Up to 1-year substrate outdoor durability†

Vinyl, Permanent Adhesive

  • Designed for permanent applications
  • Made with 3.4 mil (.0034" thick) flexible vinyl film with high-tack permanent acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive backing and 90# peel-off liner
  • -40°F to +200°F service temperature range
  • +40°F minimum application temperature
  • Up to 5-year substrate outdoor durability†

Tagboard, Non-Adhesive

  • Designed for single-trip/temporary applications
  • Made with 176 lb. (.0160" thick) polycoated tagboard
  • Meets/exceeds minimum requirements for tagboard placards as defined in 49 CFR part 172.519

Tagboard, Removable Adhesive

  • Designed for single-trip/temporary applications
  • Made with 176 lb. (.0160" thick) polycoated tagboard with removable acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive backing and 40# peel-off liner
  • Meets/exceeds minimum requirements for tagboard placards as defined in 49 CFR part 172.519
  • +15°F to +150°F service temperature range
  • +35°F minimum application temperature

Polystyrene, Unlaminated

  • Designed for temporary applications
  • Made with 20 mil (.0200" thick) rigid white high impact polystyrene (HIPS)
  • Impact resistant and able to withstand harsh environments

Polystyrene, Laminated

  • Designed for temporary applications
  • Made with 20 mil (.0200" thick) rigid white high impact polystyrene (HIPS) with .0020" UV polyester over-laminate
  • Impact resistant and able to withstand harsh environments
  • Laminate offers added protection from UV fading, washing, chemical splash, and abrasion

Aluminum

  • Designed for permanent applications
  • .0240" thick rigid aluminum (75% post-consumer recycled content) is impact resistant and withstands harsh environments
  • Features rounded corners for safe handling
  • Includes six .24" (6.0 mm) pre-drilled mount holes
  • Up to 10-year substrate outdoor durability†
  • -40°F to +450°F service temperature range

† Substrate durability is based on manufacturer specifications and is not an implied warranty. Performance and durability of placard substrates will depend on a number of factors including (but not limited to) substrate selection and preparation, compliance with recommended application procedures, placard placement, geographic area, exposure conditions, atmospheric conditions (e.g. fog, snow, rain), surface deposits (e.g. dirt, dew, frost), maintenance and age.

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