UN Standard - dangerous goods

UN Standard - dangerous goods

UN certified big bags are an international safety standard for packaging hazardous goods.

These bags have been tested and certified to be used for the transportation and handling of dangerous goods (such as asbestos, fibro-cement, toxic waste, etc.).

UN certified big bags have undergone rigorous testing to ensure that they can withstand the stresses and compression forces that may occur during transportation.

The tests include evaluating the bags' resistance to rupture, bursting, tearing, compression, and stacking.

UN certified big bags must also be marked with clear and legible information regarding the type of hazardous goods they can contain, the maximum weight they can support, hazard symbols, and usage instructions.

It is important to note that not all bulk bags are UN certified, and it is essential to verify the specifications of the bag before using it to transport hazardous goods.

Non-UN certified bulk bags can be used for the transportation of non-hazardous products, but they should not be used for the transportation of hazardous products.


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