If you transport dangerous goods by air, sea, road, rail or inland waterway, you must pack and transport them according to international regulations.
The UN Model Regulations put the rules on the different transportation methods into a classification system. This system assigns each dangerous substance or article a class that defines the type of danger the substance presents. The packing group (PG) then further classifies the level of danger according to PG I, PG II or PG III.
Together, class and PG dictate how you must package, label and carry dangerous goods, including inner and outer packaging, the suitability of packaging materials, and the marks and label they must bear.
PurePac offers a vast array of UN approved packaging from 1L Jerrycans and bottles through to 30L-220L Kegs and Drums plus many different models of 1,000L IBCs.
Take a look through our website or give the PurePac team a call for further assistance.