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Code 61

Product & Assembly Information: Code 61 – 4G/X9/S

4G Fibreboard Box - OUTER PACK - 4G 61

Our 4G Fibreboard Box 4G/X9/S must be used with the specific ‘approved with’ inner packaging listed below and do not exceed the maximum capacity for each inner package. Approved for packing group I, II & III. Gross package must not exceed 9kg. This 4G box is approved for shipping both solids and liquid dangerous goods. For approved inners torque values please refer to the Torque Values sheet.
Code 61 Fibreboard Box,
Buffer partition

Assembly Sheet

To ensure the packaging can fulfil its capability, it is important to pack the box correctly and compliantly as per the assembly instructions. If packed incorrectly, you risk invalidating the UN certification and the substance being compromised during transit. It is the shippers responsibility to ensure the assembly instructions are strictly followed.

Instructional Video

How to assemble 4G Fibreboard Box 4G/X9/S

Assemble the box, folding in the bottom flaps first and sealing the base with 75mm adhesive tape in a “U” shape. Assemble and place the buffer partitions inside the box. Add in a base layer of vermiculite into all void spaces. Place the approved inner packaging into the 4G box. Fill all remaining spaces with vermiculite. Close the outer box by folding the inner flaps in first, then the outer flaps. Seal with 75mm adhesive tape in a “U” shape.


In the case of 4G packaging, the number stated on the UN specifications mark is the number corresponding to the maximum gross mass in kilograms, at which the design type has been tested. Meaning, 9kg is the gross mass weight for this specific box.
No. Each 4G packaging design has been tested and approved with the use of specific inner packaging. You must use the same inner packaging as used in the testing process. The approved inners for this 4G box are listed above.
For approved inners torque values please refer to the Torque Values sheet above.
For this specific 4G/X9/S box, buffer partitions and vermiculite is required as an absorbent and cushioning to prevent movement of the inner packaging.
No. Tapes come in various sizes and types, they are designed to seal 4G boxes to avoid them opening or the inner packaging escaping during transport and have been tested for their capability. You must use the same tape and method as used in the testing process. The approved tapes and taping method for this 4G box is, seal with 75mm adhesive tape in a “U” shape. This is also listed above and can also be found on the assembly instructions.

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