AFMAN 24-204(I)/TM 38-250/NAVSUP PUB 505/MCO P4030.19H/ DLAI 4145.3
11 DECEMBER 2001
A29 Combination packagings consisting of outer expanded plastic boxes with inner plastic bags are not
A30 Ammonium permanganate is not authorized.
A33 Ammonium nitrates and mixtures of an inorganic nitrite with an ammonium salt are prohibited.
A35 This includes material which is not covered by any other hazard class but has anesthetic, narcotic, noxious
or other properties such that, in the event of spillage or leakage on the aircraft, extreme annoyance or discomfort
could be caused to aircrew members so as to prevent correct performance of assigned duties. For material
containing aromatic extract or flavoring, use packaging paragraph A13.3. For all other material shipped under this
PSN, use packaging paragraph A13.13.
A67 Nonspillable batteries are considered dry batteries and not subject to any other requirements of this manual
- At a temperature of 55 degrees C (130 degrees F), the electrolyte will not flow from a ruptured or
cracked case and there is no free liquid to flow.
- Packaged for transport in inner packagings that effectively prevent short circuit and prevent movement
that could lead to short circuit.
A68 Articles drained to the maximum extent possible, not to exceed 500 ml (17 ounces) of flammable liquid
residue remaining, and containing no other hazard may be shipped under this PSN and assigned to hazard class 9 for
military airlift. This applies to fuel devices, mechanical components, tent heaters, etc. See A14.3.10 for marking
and A15.2 for labeling requirements.
A69 May be transported using a DOT hazard classification approval. Acopy of the approval must accompany
the shipment. See A22.214.171.124.
"N" Codes. These provisions apply only to nonbulk packagings:
N3 Glass inner packagings are permitted in combination or composite packagings only if the hazardous
material is free from hydrofluoric acid.
N4 For combination or composite packagings, glass inner packagings, other than ampoules, are not permitted.
N5 Glass materials of construction are not authorized for any part of the packaging which is normally in
contact with the hazardous material.
N6 Battery fluid packaged with electric storage batteries, wet or dry, must conform to the packaging provisions
N7 The hazard class or division number of the material must be marked on the package according to 49 CFR
172.302. However, the hazard label corresponding to the hazard class or division may be substituted for the
N8 Nitroglycerin solution in alcohol may be transported under this entry only when the solution is packed in
metal cans of not more than 1 L capacity each, overpacked in a wooden box containing not more than 5 L.
Completely surround metal cans with absorbent cushioning material. Completely line wooden boxes with a suitable
material impervious to water and nitroglycerin.
N12 Plastic packagings are not authorized.
N25 Steel single packagings are not authorized.
N32 Aluminum materials of construction are not authorized for single packagings.
N33 Aluminum drums are not authorized.
N34 Aluminum construction materials are not authorized for any part of a packaging which is normally in
contact with the hazardous materials.
N36 Aluminum or aluminum alloy construction materials are permitted only for halogenated hydrocarbons that
will not react with aluminum.
N37 This material may be shipped in an integrally-lined fiber drum (1G) which meets the general packaging
requirements of attachment 3, the UN performance tests required based on the PG assigned to the material and to
any other special provisions of column 7 of table A4.1.
N40 This material is not authorized in the following packagings:
- A combination packaging consisting of a 4G fiberboard box with inner receptacles of glass or
- A single packaging of a 4C2 sift-proof, natural wood box.
- A composite packaging 6PG2 (glass, porcelain, or stoneware receptacles within a fiberboard box).