Does the plastic barrel have national standards

- Oct 30, 2019-

Only the plastic barrels used exclusively have the standard: GB 18191-2008 "Packaging containers for plastic drums for dangerous goods packaging"

The plastic packaging barrels are made of plastic, plastic, plastic, plastic, etc. article. Specifications from 0.25L--220L open and close plastic buckets and 1000L plastic buckets. Can be used for items or transport turnover.

Raw materials for the production of plastic buckets:


The main raw material for the production of plastic drums is polyethylene (PE), referred to as PE. Is a polymer organic compound formed by the addition of ethylene


Polyethylene is recognized as the best material for food contact in the world. Non-toxic, odorless, odorless, in line with food packaging hygiene standards.


Polypropylene (PP) is a high polymer. The monomer is propylene CH2=CH-CH3. Polypropylene is obtained by polyaddition reaction. The chemical formula can be expressed as (C3H6)n, and the structure can be expressed as [-CH2- CH(CH3)-]n. English full name: The molecular structure of Polypropylene PP is a typical bulk structure and is a crystalline polymer.

Product Usage:

Food packaging: packaging of sauce, oil, vinegar, seasoning, milk, lactic acid, etc.

Beverage packaging: wine, sake, fruit wine, mixed wine, juice, mineral water and other packaging.

Chemical packaging: packaging of fine chemicals, liquid fertilizers, pesticides, treatment agents, cleaning agents, etc.

Medical packaging: medical reagents, disinfectant, developer, styling solution, distilled water and other packaging.

Dangerous goods that can be shipped:

Dangerous goods Category 1 : d ≤ 1.2: acetic acid (acetic acid, glacial acetic acid) acetic anhydride aniline cresol phenol hydrochloric acid (36%) crude oil diesel kerosene (for lamps)

200L plastic chemical packaging barrel

200L plastic chemical packaging barrel

Kerosene) petroleum solvent hydrofluoric acid (≤60%)

Class II: 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 aqueous solution Formaldehyde (≤35%) decyl alcohol Ethylene glycol Monoethyl ether Hypochlorite solution (≤16%) Alkyl phenols (including C2-C8 homologs)

Four categories: d>1.2: ferric chloride phosphates (limited to two or three) such as: methanol, ethanol (alcohol), propanol, butanol esters (limited to two, three) such as: Butyl ketones (limited to second and third) ethers (limited to second and third) aliphatic hydrocarbons are restricted to two or three types)

Non-dangerous goods dimethyl acetyl succinate ethoxyethyl phosphate tricresyl phosphate polyacrylamide polyamide polyvinyl alcohol polyethylene glycol diol ethylene glycol (glycol) diethylene glycol triglyceride Alcohol methyl glycol butyl glycol propylene glycol glycerol glutaraldehyde higher aldehyde fatty acid polysiloxane ammonium sulfite solution ammonium thiosulfate solution sodium hydrogen sulfite solution adhesive antifreeze bleach disinfectant dispersant stabilizer Plasticizer (DBP DOP) Emulsifier Demulsifier Suspension Extinguishing Agent Suppressant Acid Insulting Wetting Agent Industrial Cleaning Agent Leather Auxiliary Papermaking Auxiliary Textile Auxiliary Dyeing Auxiliary Harvesting Protectant Fiber Protectant Fluorescent Brightener Concrete Additive Building Additive Casein Additives Paste Adhesive Juice Concentrate Fruit Juice Betaine Spindle Oil Lactic Acid Hydrazine Tanning Agent Latex Dispersion Medium Liquid Dye Water-Based Emulsion Paraffin Emulsion Brake Fluid Oil Liquid Fertilizer Cosmetic Raw Material Triacontanol Emulsion Sodium silicate (bubble alkali, water glass) calcium dodecyl benzene sulfonate

Non-shipable items:

A class of dangerous goods such as fuming sulfuric acid, concentrated nitric acid above 55% and fuming nitric acid are required. Benzene, toluene, xylene, chlorobenzene, gasoline, condensate, liquid ammonia, liquid chlorine, ethylene oxide, and the like.