UN FIBC bags Labeling & there identification
UN bags use a Special bag labeling system that allows the user to track the origin, materials, manufacturer, coating, and other important attributes of the individual UN bag. This labeling system is extremely important to safe handling, filling, and use of a UN bag.
Below is a detail of what the UN bag label looks and importance of each Label:
- United Nations Packaging Logo.
- Code number designating FIBC design type.
- Capital letter identifying the performance standard under which the design type has been successfully tested.
- The numerical month and year of manufacture.
- Country authorizing allocation of the mark.
- The name and address or symbol of the manufacturer or the approval agency.
- The stacking test load in kg.
- Maximum gross mass.
Hazardous Materials Labels Class 4.1, flammable solid. Self-adhesive Hazardous Materials Shipping Labels for shipments of Hazardous Materials (Dangerous Goods) in accordance with safety standards when shipping dangerous goods.
Dangerous goods labels class 4.2 - spontaneously combustible materials.
Class 4.3 dangerous goods are products which react with water, emitting flammable gasses and potentially deadly fumes.
Class 5.1 Dangerous Goods Oxidizing Substances and Organic Peroxides. Class 5 dangerous goods are oxidizing substances and organic peroxides.
Class 5.2: Organic peroxides - most will burn rapidly and are sensitive to impact or friction.
Class 8 dangerous goods are corrosive substances. There is no sub-division. Corrosive substances may cause severe damage when in contact with living tissue such as skin or damage or destroy surrounding materials in case of leakage.
Class 9.1: Asbestos substances.