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Yes, but your inner container must meet or exceed the specifications of the inner container sold and tested by Federal Industries.
Yes, our Exemption does include Toxic by Inhalation.
Yes – our Glass Pack is designed for glass bottles less than 32 oz.
No, you may ship fewer inner containers than the maximum capacity of a pack as long as the open space will not cause the lesser number of inner containers to move around into any void space.
Yes, this is of paramount importance. The pack must be shipped as tested with all components in place. Nothing can ever be eliminated and no lesser product may be substituted. Noncompliance to this will void the certification.
Vermiculite is an absorbent/cushioning material that is light in weight and allows for any size (within applicable limitations) and shape inner container/package. Furthermore, the 4GV packs were tested with grade 4 course vermiculite and must be used as tested with all components in place.
No – the FOM-5G and FOM-5GX packs are “overpacks” as marked. They are only for protection of the U.N. approved container inside and are not part of a U.N. tested packaging.
Not necessarily. The inner container may look the same and have the same dimensions, but it also must meet or exceed the weight of the tested bottle, jug, etc.
Yes – a packaging manufactured prior to the re-test date may be used at any time to transport a hazardous material for which it is authorized. Non-bulk specification packagings do not “expire.” However, the shipper must determine that the packagings has been manufactured, assembled, and marked in accordance with the HMR (173.22).