Which goods need to provide an appraisal report for air transportation?
With the development of the economy, more people choose to emigrate overseas, reluctant to give up familiar objects at home, and fear that they will not be used to new objects after going abroad, so more people choose international logistics. International logistics can choose sea or air transportation. Because air cargo transportation has very high safety requirements, especially when using the belly compartment of a passenger plane for cargo transportation, some air cargo needs an identification report, so what is an air transportation identification report? Which goods must provide air transport identification? The international editor of VIPU Supply Chain tells you that if you cannot know whether the goods have hidden danger or cannot be correctly classified and identified, you need an air transport appraisal report! What is air transport identification? The full name of air transport identification is called 'Air Transport Conditions Identification Report1. Which goods need to provide air transport appraisal? 1. Magnetic cargo According to the requirements of the IATA902 International Air Transport Agreement, the intensity of any magnetic field 2.1m away from the surface of the tested object should be less than 0.159A/m (200nT) before it can be transported by general cargo (identification of general cargo). All goods containing magnetic materials will generate magnetic fields in space, and safety inspections of magnetic goods are required to ensure flight safety. The items listed below are the names of some items we often encounter that require magnetic safety testing. Due to differences in product manufacturing materials and processes, it is impossible to list all the names of goods. Whether they meet the requirements of the air transport agreement, the experimental measurement results shall prevail. Material magnets, magnets, magnetic rods, magnetic blocks; alnico magnets, samarium cobalt magnets, neodymium iron boron, ferrite magnets; magnets, magnetic cores, magnets, permanent magnets; rare earth permanent magnets, magnetic rings , Iron core. Audio equipment speakers, speaker accessories, receivers, buzzers; speakers, speakers, speaker boxes, radios; multimedia speakers, audio combinations, microphones, and buzzers; business speakers, headsets, microphones, amplifiers; walkie-talkies, mobile phones (without batteries) ); mobile phones, recorders, telephones. Electric motors, DC motors, micro vibrators; stepper motors, servo motors, motors, televisions; linear motors, flat motors; motors, fans, refrigerators, solenoid valves; engines, generators, hair dryers; motor vehicles, vacuum cleaners , Stirrer, pump; electric small household appliances, electric cars, electric exercise equipment; CD player, LCD TV, rice cooker; electric kettle, wiper motor; engraving machine, stator, centrifuge, air compressor, sewing machine; massage Air conditioner, air conditioner, fan, rotor. Other magnetic alarm accessories, anti-theft device accessories, elevator accessories; refrigerator magnets, alarms, compasses, multimeters, laser heads; movement heads, magnetic health products, magnet processing products; translator electronic dictionary, doorbell, watt-hour meter; including Compass watches; computer components, scales, sensors, microphones; plastic clips, home theaters, flashlights, rangefinders; anti-theft tags, toys, flashlights, DVDs, electronic accessories. 2. The air freight identification report must be provided for all the powdered cargoes, such as diamond powder, spirulina powder, and various plant extracts. 3. Goods containing liquids and gases, such as: some instruments may contain rectifiers, thermometers, barometers, pressure gauges, mercury converters, etc. 4. Chemical goods, chemical goods, air transportation of various chemicals, generally require air transportation identification reports . Chemicals can be roughly divided into hazardous chemicals and ordinary chemicals. Common chemicals in air transportation are chemicals that can be transported as ordinary goods. Such chemicals must have an air transport certification for general cargo before they can be carried, that is, an identification report that proves that the goods are ordinary chemicals and not dangerous goods. 5. Oily goods such as: auto parts may contain fuel or residual fuel engine, carburetor or fuel tank; camping equipment or appliances may contain flammable liquids such as kerosene, gasoline. 6. Goods with batteries. The classification and identification of batteries is more complicated. Batteries or products containing batteries may be dangerous goods in Item 4.3, Category 8 and Category 9 of air transport. Therefore, when the products involved are transported by air, identification reports are required as support. For example, electrical equipment may contain batteries; electric equipment such as lawn mowers, golf carts, and wheelchairs may contain batteries. 2. What does the air transport appraisal report contain? The main contents of the cargo transportation appraisal generally include the name of the cargo and its corporate identity, main physical and chemical characteristics, hazardous characteristics of the transported goods, laws and regulations on which the appraisal is based, emergency disposal methods, etc. The purpose is to provide transportation units with information directly related to transportation safety.
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