UN-certified bulk bags must communicate specific information to identify the contents of the Big Bags: where they come from, who made the Big Bag material, authorization for use, and weight capacity, among other things.
This helps to guarantee the safety of all those who handle the Big Bags and their contents, taking into account the level of risk involved in transport.
The United Nation’s packaging logo
Flexible IBC for solids, filled or discharged by gravity
Woven PP fabric, coated
Approved for packing group III
Month and year of manufacture of the FIBC
Country issuing the UN test certification
Code of certifying body
Identification of IBC as specified by competent authority
Name of manufacturer and number of identification
Stacking test load in kilograms (1.8 times the maximum permissible gross mass that may be stacked on top)
Maximum weight of contents in kilograms
The Big Bag for hazardous, corrosive or polluting materials
Ensure safe transport with approved bags
The “European Agreement on the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Land” is an agreement signed by several European countries in 1957 to regulate the transport of dangerous goods by road.
Flammable solids, self-reactive substances and desensitized explosives; substances susceptible to spontaneous combustion; substances that give off flammable gases when they come into contact with water; substances that oxidize; organic peroxides; toxic substances; corrosive substances; miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles.
DEGREE OF DANGER
Models BigPack UN
Customize your BigPack UN in the format that suits your needs
· Available in circular model, U-Pannel, Q-Bag
· Customizable (Printing)