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IATA危险品规章 Dangerous Goods Regulations 2(69)

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packagings must provide information regarding pro-Figure 6.0.A);
cedures to be followed (including closure instructions for (b) the code designating the type of packaging according
inner packagings and receptacles), a description of the to the provisions of 6.0.3;
types and dimensions of the closures (including required (c) the text “Class 6.2”;
gaskets) and any other components needed to ensure
(d) the last two digits of the year of manufacture of the that packages, as presented for transport, are capable packagings;of passing the applicable performance tests of this
subsection. (e)  the State authorizing the allocation of the mark, indicated by the international Vehicle Registration Code (VRI Code) as indicated in Appendix D.1;
6.5.2 Code for Designating Types of
(f) the name of the manufacturer or other identification
Packagings
of the packaging specified by the appropriate national
6.5.2.1 The codes for designating types of packagings  authority;
are set out in 6.0.3.  (g) for packagings meeting the requirements of 6.5.4.1.6, the letter “U”, inserted immediately following the
6.5.2.2 The letters “U” or “W” may follow the packaging marking required in (b) above.
code. The letter “U” signifies a special packaging con-
forming to the requirements of 6.5.4.1.6. The letter “W”  6.5.3.1.3 The marking illustrated in Table 6.5.A is shown
signifies that the packaging, although, of the same type  in two lines, however the markings can be applied in a
indicated by the code is manufactured to a specification  single or in multiple lines provided the information is given
different from that in 6.2 and is considered equivalent  in the correct sequence. Additionally, the elements of the
under the requirements of 6.5.1.1.  marking required in subsection 6.5.3.1 must be clearly separated, e.g. by a “/” symbol or a space so as to be
6.5.3  Marking easily identified. Any additional markings authorized by a competent authority must still enable the parts of the mark to be correctly identified with reference to 6.5.3.1.1.
6.5.3.0 Introduction
Note:
6.5.3.0.1 The marking indicates that the packaging
For other required package or overpack markings see
which bears it corresponds to a successfully tested
Subsection 7.1.
design type and that it complies with the provisions of this
subsection, which are related to the manufacture, but not
to the use, of the packaging.
TABLE 6.5.A
Example of UN Specification Markings—Infectious Substances (6.5.3.1)
UN Symbol (a)  Code (b)  Text (c)  Year (d)  State (e)  Manufacturer (f)  Complete Code
 4G  CLASS 6.2  13  S  SP-9989-ERIKSSON  4G/CLASS 6.2/13 S/SP-9989-ERIKSSON
6.5.4 Test Requirements for Packagings
6.5.4.1 Performance and Frequency of Tests
6.5.4.1.1 The design type of each packaging must be tested as provided in this subsection in accordance with procedures established by the competent authority.
6.5.4.1.2 Each packaging design type shall successfully pass the tests prescribed in this subsection before being used. A packaging design type is defined by the design, size, material and thickness, manner of construction and packing, but may include various surface treatments. It also includes packagings which differ from the design type only in their lesser design height.
6.5.4.1.3 Tests must be repeated on production samples at intervals established by the competent authority.
6.5.4.1.4 Tests must also be repeated after each modifi-cation which alters the design, material or manner of construction of a packaging.
6.5.4.1.5 The competent authority may permit the selective testing of packagings that differ only in minor respects from a tested type, e.g. smaller sizes or lower net weight of primary receptacles; and packagings such as drums and boxes which are produced with small reductions in external dimension(s).
6.5.4.1.6 Primary receptacles of any type may be assembled within a secondary packaging and transported without testing in the rigid outer packaging under the following conditions:
(a)the rigid outer packaging combination must have been successfully tested in accordance with 6.5.4.3 with fragile (e.g. glass) primary receptacles;
(b)the total combined gross weight of primary recep-tacles must not exceed one half the gross weight of primary receptacles used for the drop test in 6.5.4.3;
(c)the thickness of cushioning between primary receptacles and between primary receptacles and the outside of the secondary packaging must not be reduced below the corresponding thicknesses in the originally tested packaging; and if a single primary receptacle was used in the original test, the thickness of cushioning between the primary receptacles must not be less than the thickness of cushioning between
the outside of the secondary packaging and the primary receptacle in the original test. When either fewer or smaller primary receptacles are used (as compared to the primary receptacles used in the drop test), sufficient additional cushioning material must be used to take up the void;
(d)the rigid outer packaging must have successfully passed the stacking test in 6.3.6 while empty. The total weight of identical packages must be based on the combined mass of packagings used in the drop test in 6.5.4.3;
(e)for primary receptacles containing liquids, an ad-equate quantity of absorbent material to absorb the entire liquid content of the primary receptacles must be present; 6.5
(f)if the rigid outer packaging is intended to contain primary receptacles for liquids and is not leak-proof, or is intended to contain primary receptacles for solids and is not sift-proof, a means of containing any liquid or solid contents in the event of leakage must be provided in the form of a leak-proof liner, plastic bag or other equally effective means of containment; and
 
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