Master Instruments complies with the following regulatory guidelines set by IATA (International Air Transport Association), DOT (Department of Transport) & manages its product data sheets through CHEMWATCH.
Welcome to the Battery Transportation section which covers the latest IATA (Air) & DOT (Road/Sea) guidelines for the safe & reliable transportation of batteries & battery related products.
Whilst we try to make sure this section has the latest links on battery transport guidelines including some individual carriers, please update us if you feel any of the below information is now outdated.
IATA UN38.3 Testing & Certification InformationRead More
Primary Lithium Battery Transportation
UN3090 / UN3091 Transportation guidelines for Primary lithium batteriesRead More
Rechargeable Lithium Battery Transportation
UN3480 / UN3481 Transportation guidelines for Rechargeable lithium batteriesRead More
Training providers for IATA and DOT regulatory guidelinesRead More
Battery Safety and Testing
Articles regarding product safety and testingRead More
Material Safety Data SheetsRead More