What Are The Specific Classifications Of 20l Barrel Molds

  • Whether it is a 20L Bucket Mould or a 5L barrel mold, the products they have processed are made of plastic, so they have some common characteristics during shipment.

    Dangerous goods that can be carried in the packaging barrels are: Dangerous goods: d≤1.2: acetic acid (acetic acid, glacial acetic acid) acetic anhydride, aniline cresol, phenol hydrochloric acid (36%), crude oil, diesel, kerosene (kerosene for lamps), petroleum solvent, hydrofluoric acid ( ≤60%)

    Second category: d>1.2: formic acid, silicic acid, hydrogen bromide solution, hydrogen iodide solution, chromic acid (30%) perchloric acid (≤50%) potassium hydroxide solution, sodium hydroxide solution, nitric acid (≤55%) sulfuric acid, waste sulfuric acid

    Three types: d≤1.2: propionic acid, acrylic acid, methacrylic acid, ammonia solution, formaldehyde (≤35%), furfuryl alcohol, ethylene glycol, monoethyl ether, hypochlorite solution (≤16%), alkylphenols (including C2-C8 homologs)

    Four types: d>1.2: Ferric trichloride phosphate alcohols (limited to two and three types) such as: methanol, ethanol (alcohol), propanol, butanol esters (limited to two and three types) such as: diphosphorous acid Butyl ketones (limited to two and three types) ethers (limited to two and three types) aliphatic hydrocarbons limited to two and three types)

    In addition, the 18L Bucket Mould is the same.