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The packing and transport of hazardous substances requires the utmost care and security. Moving these materials via air necessitates even greater safety, and means meeting stringent UN and IATA guidelines. To ensure compliance, it is critical to use only the highest quality certified containers for packaging, storage and transportation of hazardous goods.
Cases2Go is prepared to meet the dangerous goods transit needs of any industry with a variety of UN IATA approved and certified outer containers. Use this link to request a quotation for your specific requirements.
Our extensive selections of UN 4B Aluminum HAZMAT containers are both stackable and palletizable. Durable and sturdy, they are equipped with stainless steel hinges, two lid straps, and a choice of water-resistant, water-tight or water-vapor proof peripheral seal. Cast aluminum stacking corners and beading at the periphery and corners add strength and stability. For security, each aluminum box can be secured with a plug lock, padlock, or lead seals. A heavy-duty ergonomic handle eases the comfort of transport. We offer foam inserts and dunnage to properly secure your items in the container.
Aluminum containers from Cases2Go meet the rigorous 4B performance requirements of the UN, exceed ATA Specification 300, Category 1 and are MIL-STD-810D compliant. These containers are suitable for thermally controlled transport using dry ice or other coolants. Class 1 explosive material compliant cases are available in a number of configurations. Class 6.2 infectious substance composite packaging containers are available with or without insulation inserts and secondary inner packaging.
Cases2Go also offers an unlimited selection of UN 4D Plywood boxes that meet or exceed ATA Specification 300, Category 1. These cases are well suited for use as outer packaging for Class 2 cylinders, as well as any other hazardous commodity, due to the flexibility offered in sizes. The durability and adaptability of these containers make them suitable for any transportation requirement. Call Cases2Go today and ask to speak to our Dangerous Goods packaging expert, or use our Request for Quotation form to supply the information we will need to properly configure a UN / IATA compliant case for you.