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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(51)

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6.2.9.3 Fastenings must be resistant to vibration experi-enced under normal conditions of transport. End grain nailing must be avoided whenever practicable. Joins, which are likely to be highly stressed, must be made using clenched or annular ring nails or equivalent fasten-ings.
6.2.9.4 For a 4C2 box, each part must consist of one piece or be equivalent thereto. Parts are considered equivalent to one piece when one of the following methods of glued assembly is used: Lindermann joint, tongue and groove joint, ship lap or rabbet joint or butt joint with at least two corrugated metal fasteners at each joint.
6.2.9.5 Maximum net weight: 400 kg.
6.2.10 Plywood Boxes
6.2.10.1 This paragraph contains the specifications for:
● 4D—plywood boxes.
6.2.10.2 Plywood used must be at least 3-ply. It must be made from well seasoned rotary cut, sliced or sawn veneer, commercially dry and free from defects that would materially lessen the strength of the box. The strength of the material used and the method of construction must be appropriate to the capacity and intended use of the box. All adjacent plies must be glued with water resistant adhesive. Other suitable materials may be used together with plywood in the construction of boxes. Boxes must be firmly nailed or screwed to corner posts or ends or be assembled by equally suitable devices.
6.2.10.3  Maximum net weight: 400 kg.
6.2.11  Reconstituted Wood Boxes
6.2.11.1  This paragraph contains the specifications for:
● 4F—reconstituted wood boxes.
6.2.11.2 The walls of boxes must be made of water resistant reconstituted wood such as hardboard, particle board or other suitable type. The strength of the material used and the method of construction must be appropriate to the capacity of the boxes and their intended use. Other parts of the boxes may be made of other suitable material.
6.2.11.3 Boxes must be securely assembled by means of suitable devices.
6.2.11.4 Maximum net weight: 400 kg.
6.2.12 Fibreboard Boxes
6.2.12.1 This paragraph contains the specifications for:
● 4G—fibreboard boxes.
6.2.12.2 Strong and good quality solid or double-faced corrugated fibreboard (single or multi-wall) must be used, appropriate to the capacity of the box and to its intended use. The water resistance of the outer surface must be such that the increase in weight, as determined in a test carried out over a period of 30 minutes by the Cobb method of determining water absorption, is not greater than 155 g/m2 (see ISO International Standard 535:1991). It must have proper bending qualities. Fibreboard must be cut, creased without scoring, and slotted so as to permit assembly without cracking, surface breaks or undue bending. The fluting of corrugated fibreboard must be firmly glued to the facings.
6.2.12.3 The ends of boxes may have a wooden frame or be entirely of wood or other suitable material. Re-inforcements of wooden battens or other suitable material may be used.
6.2.12.4 Manufacturing joins in the body of boxes must be taped, lapped and glued or lapped and stitched with metal staples. Lapped joins must have an appropriate overlap.
6.2.12.5 Where closing is effected by gluing or taping, a water resistant adhesive must be used.
6.2.12.6 Boxes must be designed so as to provide a good fit to the contents.
6.2.12.7 Maximum net weight: 400 kg.
6.2.13 Plastic Boxes
6.2.13.1 This paragraph contains the specifications for:

4H1—expanded plastic boxes;

4H2—solid plastic boxes.
6.2.13.2 The box must be manufactured from suitable plastic material and be of adequate strength in relation to
its capacity and intended use. The box must be ad-equately resistant to ageing and to degradation caused either by the substance contained or by ultra-violet radiation.
6.2.13.3 An expanded plastic box must comprise two parts made of a moulded expanded plastic material, a bottom section containing cavities for the inner packag-ings and a top section covering and interlocking with the bottom section. The top and bottom sections must be designed so that the inner packagings fit snugly. The closure cap for any inner packaging must not be in contact with the inside of the top section of this box.
6.2.13.4 For dispatch, an expanded plastic box must be closed with a self-adhesive tape having sufficient tensile strength to prevent the box from opening. The adhesive tape must be weather resistant and its adhesive compat-ible with the expanded plastic material of the box. Other closing devices at least equally effective may be used.
6.2.13.5 For solid plastic boxes, protection against ultra-violet radiation, if required, must be provided by the addition of carbon black or other suitable pigments or inhibitors. These additives must be compatible with the contents and remain effective throughout the life of the box. Where use is made of carbon black, pigments or inhibitors other than those used in the manufacture of the tested design type, re-testing may be waived if the carbon black content does not exceed 2% by weight or if the pigment content does not exceed 3% by weight; the content of inhibitors of ultra-violet radiation is not limited.
6.2.13.6 Additives serving purposes other than protec-tion against ultra-violet radiation may be included in the composition of the plastic material provided that they do not adversely affect the chemical or physical properties of the material of the box. Under such circumstances, re-testing may be waived.
6.2.13.7 Solid plastic boxes must have closure devices made of a suitable material, of adequate strength and so designed as to prevent the box from unintentional opening.
6.2.13.8 Maximum net weight:
●4H1 box: 60 kg;
●4H2 box: 400 kg.
6.2.14 Textile Bags
6.2.14.1 This paragraph contains the specifications for:
●5L2—sift-proof textile bags;
●5L3—water resistant textile bags.
 
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