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Visit Air Sea Containers at CHEMUK 2024 Stand F80 to discuss your DG packaging needs

9 May 2024 | Events

If you ship dangerous goods then to stay compliant with dangerous goods transport regulation you will more than likely require UN approved packaging.

Visit Air Sea Containers Ltd at the CHEMUK Exhibition (15th & 16th May 2024, NEC, Birmingham) where DG trained staff will be on hand to discuss and demonstrate Dangerous Goods Packaging range on stand F80.

For shippers with a need for fully certified UN approved packaging compliant with air, sea and road dangerous goods regulations, Air Sea Containers will be on hand to provide guidance on your packaging requirements.  Speciality chemicals packaging, packaging for shipping adhesives, flammable liquids, oils and gases and biological substance packaging are just a few examples of the types of dangerous goods that are shipped compliantly on a daily basis using Air Sea Containers packaging.

Visit stand F80 to see a wide variety of certified packaging used to keep dangerous goods safe during shipment.

Packaging types on display

Featuring on the stand is the 4GV range, ideal for those shippers who require more flexibility and wish to choose their own suitable non-specific inners, the range allows up to a maximum gross package weight of 65kg. Alternatively view the 4G fibreboard boxes, approved for use with a variety of specific inner packaging including; plastic, glass and tinplate, sizes range from a 2kg sample pack which is ideal for those working with the likes of chemical samples and raw materials, to the largest box which has a maximum gross package weight of 31kg and can accommodate 20L of dangerous goods.

The plywood 4DV range is perfect for shippers who require extra durability and larger weight capacity from their UN packaging, ideal for Lithium batteries, multiple delicate items and larger/heavier shipments of dangerous goods. The robust 4DV plywood box range combines flexibility, strength and durability allowing for the use of a variety of inner containers and has an impressive maximum gross weight of 280kg. They come flat pack and are easily assembled without the need for nails by using the innovative integrated locking tab system. An additional benefit of the 4DV boxes being flat pack is they are cost effective for delivery costs and provide 90% space saving for those with limited storage, additionally they are three times lighter than a traditional wooden box of the same size also reducing shipping costs once assembled.

Catering for the biomedical industry, Air Sea Containers also manufactures Infectious Substances Packaging for Category A Substances (UN2900/UN2814) and Category B Biological Substances (UN3373). UN approved packaging for shipping Category A infectious substances, has capacities of 330ml to 12L, drop tested to 9 metres, are water resistant and are compliant with PI620. Category B range includes a postal pack which contains absorbent material, a robust 95kPa bio bag and a tamper evident seal, the postal pack is fully compliant with PI650, comes fully assembled  and pre-printed and it’s designed to fit through standard letter boxes making it suitable to be shipped using Royal Mail postal services. For those requiring temperature control of their biological substances, there is a range of Thermal Control packaging that can be used in-conjunction with a range of Infectious Substance packaging.

When shipping smaller quantities of dangerous goods, Limited Quantity and Excepted Quantity packaging is often the preferred option. The Limited Quantity range includes capability tested packaging for those customers who wish to have pre tested and approved LQ packaging. Air Sea Containers also provide custom made packaging including bespoke Limited and Excepted quantity packaging, tailored specifically to the customers’ requirements, all packaging produced are fully compliant with the required dangerous goods regulations.

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