Citric Acid Transportation Regulations

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Citric acid, a widely used organic acid in various industries, is generally considered safe for transportation under standard conditions. It is not classified as a hazardous material, eliminating the need for stringent shipping regulations typically associated with dangerous goods. To ensure its quality and effectiveness, it is essential to follow proper storage guidelines, which help maintain its stability and prevent contamination.

Hazardous StatusNon- hazardous
UN proper shipping nameNot applicable
UN Hazard classNot applicable
Packing groupNot applicable
Marine PollutantNo
Shelf Life2 Years
StorageCitric acid is listed in “Storage class 11: Combustible solids”. So, keep away from heat.
It should be stored in a dry place at room temperature (10 °C – 30 °C) away from direct sunlight in tightly closed container.


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