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Railway regulations on the packaging of dangerous goods

the transport packaging and inner packaging of dangerous goods shall be packed according to the provisions of "railway dangerous goods list" and "railway dangerous goods packaging list", and shall also meet the following requirements:

(1) the material, specification and packaging structure of packaging materials shall be compatible with the nature and weight of the dangerous goods. The packaging container and the intended contents shall not react dangerously or weaken the packaging strength

(2) when filling liquid dangerous goods, the container shall have sufficient expansion margin required for the maximum temperature during normal transportation. Flammable liquid containers shall have at least 5% clearance

(3) liquid tight sealing shall be applied to liquid dangerous goods; Airtight sealing shall be conducted for those that can produce harmful steam from rigid plates and are prone to deliquescence or have dangerous reaction in case of acid mist. For vessels that must be equipped with vent holes, the design and installation shall be able to prevent the goods from flowing out or entering the impurities and moisture, and the discharged gas will not cause danger or pollution. The packaging of other dangerous goods shall be sealed without leakage

(4) the package shall be firm and intact, able to resist normal impact, vibration and extrusion during transportation, storage and loading and unloading, and facilitate loading, unloading and handling

(5) the packing liner shall not react with the intended contents to reduce the safety, and shall prevent the movement of the contents and play the role of shock absorption and absorption

(6) the packaging surface shall be clean and shall not adhere to the contained substances and other harmful substances

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