Metal Sulphide Concentrates, Corrosive UN 1759

09 Jun 2017
Mandatory application of this cargo schedule: applies only to cargoes that would fall under packing group (PG) III as specified in the IMDG Code if they were carried in packaged form. See also "mineral concentrates" schedule. Description: refined ores where valuable components have been enriched by eliminating the bulk of waste materials. Bulk density (kg/m3): 1,700 - 3,230.
Trade Names (Synonyms)
Most common concentrates in this category: zinc concentrates, lead concentrates, copper concentrates and low grade middling concentrates.


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