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HM-215K and HM-215L – Review & Commentary

HM-215K and HM-215L – Review & Commentary by Lonnie Jaycox, Packaging Engineer, HAZPlus® The HM-215 series of rulemakings are an annual adjustment to the HMR (Hazardous Materials Regulations) to align the HMR directly with international regulations and to incorporate the latest versions of relevant international regulations (ICAO, IMDG, TDG Canada,…

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HM-215M & 215L For Lithium Batteries

Safe Packaging Matters: HM–215M & 215L for Lithium Batteries by Lonnie Jaycox, Packaging Engineer, HAZPlus® In HM-215L, PHMSA has incorporated by reference (IBR) the provisions for air transportation of Lithium Batteries by aircraft into the HMR with the new editions of the international air regulations: ICAO TI (and by extension…

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FAQ-Common shapes & styles of Chemical Bottles

Frequenty Asked Questions by Lonnie Jaycox, Packaging Engineer, HAZPlus® As a rule, what are the most common sizes, types and shapes of plastic bottles used in the Chemical industry? As a general consideration of size, we are finding that metric capacities are becoming more common as international commerce grows. Bottles…

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Dangerous Goods by Air

A Package Designer’s Observations about Docket HM-231A Background of HM-231A This rulemaking started with a public meeting (June 2007) to discuss the issue of combination packages leaking liquid hazardous materials in air shipments. The concern was based on incident data that was gathered over the previous decade, and analyzed and…

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