I am having a problem trying to understand how to go about classifying goods that contain gases. Some say look them up in ADR Table B (the alphabetical index) but I can’t help feeling that is not always going to be correct. Can you explain how it should be done please?

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I am having a problem trying to understand how to go about classifying goods that contain gases. Some say look them up in ADR Table B (the alphabetical index) but I can’t help feeling that is not always going to be correct. Can you explain how it should be done please?

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Certainly. The first thing to note is that it is goods as a whole that have to be considered, and not just the gas itself. For instance, in the case of a refrigerator (whether domestic or industrial) it is the refrigerator as a whole that is classified, not just the refrigerant gas contained within the refrigerator.

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