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2022

Why We Revalidate Dangerous Goods Packaging Approvals

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02/02/2022 17:36 PM
Background This article discusses why it’s important to revalidate Dangerous Goods Packaging Design approvals (“approvals”). Revalidation refers to re-testing an approval after a certain time...

The Allowable Variations to Dangerous Goods Packaging Approvals

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02/02/2022 17:32 PM
“To make things manageable, we have variations to initial approvals. This means approval holders can have many packaging designs with the same approval number if they only differ in minor...

The science of drop testing plastic drums containing liquids

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02/02/2022 17:00 PM
This article is long, but it’s an easy read with lots of pictures. It includes: an introduction to drop testing;an analysis of what happens during impact;theory of water hammer, impact stress, and...

Transporting sanitiser in Limited Quantities

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02/02/2022 17:00 PM
Quick introduction Ethanol solution (“sanitiser”) is considered to be dangerous goods because it’s highly flammable. Most dangerous goods packages need to be tested in accordance with Chapter 6.1.5...

DG Packaging: Mock Testing Procedures

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02/02/2022 17:00 PM
How to perform dangerous goods (DG) packaging mock testing is one of the most common questions we hear in industry. “How do I know if my packaging will pass DG testing before I submit it to the...