Packaging protecting, according to international standards, containers containing hazardous products.
Objective: Develop safe packaging for transporting hazardous products everywhere on the planet.
Package highly corrosive acid-filled glass bottles to avoid breakage caused by falls or accidents during transit
Absorb the energy of significant repetitive impacts while preserving the packaging and the content’s integrity
Protect the radioactive isotopes for the pharmaceutical industry during their transit
The packaging must, according to the UN’s standards, keep the surface of the packaging at a minimum level of radioactivity. The container must resist 33-foot (10 meter) falls and prevent the lead container placed in the center of the packaging to move more than 3/8 in (1 cm) while protecting the radioactive liquid container from breakage.
Develop a composite packaging consisting of a cardboard box in which a resilient, high density EPS shell maintains the 16.7 lbs (7.6 kg) lead container perfectly centered while absorbing impacts to protect the precious liquid
Optimize the EPS’ shape and density to minimize the number of Gs on the glass bottle, insuring the packaging structure can resist 33-foot (10 meter) falls
Result: The shipping of hazardous materials is provided with controlled and tested packaging to meet rigorous UN standards.