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      Dangerous Goods

      Products that are categorized as dangerous goods need to be protected according to the dangerous goods classification.

      Nefab is one of the world’s leading suppliers of dangerous goods packaging systems. Today, some of the world largest companies use Nefab’s dangerous goods expertise.

      We can supply a number of different designs in a wide range of materials with the focus on providing the most suitable solution for each individual project.

      Nefab products have been tested and approved for the transportation of Dangerous Goods in many different weights and sizes. 

      All boxes are put through the required tests before they are approved for dangerous goods applications. The performed tests are conducted according to UN recommendations as well as the specifications of other statues.

       Dangerous Goods Packaging


      Packaging Classes 1-9

      Class 1 Explosives Class 2 Gases Class 3 Flammable liquids Class 4 Flammable solids: substances liable to spontaneous combustion, substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases Class 5 Oxidizing substances and organic peroxides Class 6 Toxic and infectious substances Class 7 Radioactive materials Class 8 Corrosives Class 9 Miscellaneous dangerous goods

      Dangerous Goods Packaging Groups

      Packaging group I (X)

      - shall pass a drop test from 1.8 m (the strongest packaging) for very dangerous goods. (Poisonous substances like cyanide, and infectious substances demand this packaging group.)

      Packaging group II (Y)

      - shall pass a drop test from 1.2 m* for medium dangerous goods. (Explosives, batteries intended for air freight demand this packaging group)

      *If a box is intended for explosives it also must have a special judgement for explosives.

      Packaging group III (Z)

      - shall pass a drop test from 0.8 m for less (but still) dangerous goods. (Ex. flammable fluids and batteries intended for road transport demand this group.)

      A box that is tested for packaging group I is of course permitted to be used as a group II or III packaging provided the maximum gross weight is not exceeded.