4G Packaging Explained
4G Boxes – for use with specific inner packaging when shipping Hazardous Goods
Our UN Approved 4G Fibreboard Boxes have been tested and approved with the use of specific inners. This means that the inner packaging you use within the 4G box is required to be the exact same inner packaging(s) that the 4G Fibreboard Box was tested and approved with.
Our 4G UN boxes come with a variety of approved inners to choose from. You will find a list of all approved inners on the specific 4G product page.
When shipping Hazardous Goods, should you wish to use your own glass bottles, aluminium containers or other inner packaging, take a look at our alternative UN boxes our 4GV Fibreboard boxes and 4DV plywood boxes.
It is important to point out that 4G packaging must be packed and assembled in the same way as it was during the approval testing process, if packed incorrectly you will invalidate the UN certification. That’s why each of the products in our 4G range come with assembly instructions to guide you through the packing process.
Our 4G range allows for dangerous goods to be shipped up to a maximum gross weight of 31Kg
We also have a range of hazard labels available to ensure that your dangerous goods packagings remain compliant.