Plastic jerrycans

Guide for plastic jerrycans

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Jerrycans with UN Approval for Dangerous Goods

If plastic jerrycans are used for the packaging of dangerous goods, they must be tested and show a UN marking. Depending on the transport route and type, the jerrycans for hazardous goods must comply with different regulations. Please see our Guide for all the important questions and answers about dangerous goods packaging and UN approvals.

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Food-compliant jerrycans

Plastic jerrycans used for food packaging purposes must be food-safe or food-compliant. The food-safe canisters must meet certain legal requirements to ensure that they are not harmful to health. Please see our Guide for all the important questions and answers about food-safe packaging.

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Electrically conductive jerrycans

Electrically dissipative or conductive jerrycans are used in connection with potentially explosive and flammable substances. The discharging properties of the jerrycans prevent static charging of the products and, thus, contribute to explosion protection. Please see our Guide for all the important questions and answers about electrically discharging packaging.

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