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Would these packagings pass a drop test?

Based on the following descriptions, would these packagings successfully pass a drop test?

  1. A bag containing liquid leaks less than a quarter teaspoon when equilibrium has been reached between the internal and external pressures.
  2. A removable head drum for solids allows for the entire contents of the material to be retained by an inner plastic bag.
  3. For composite or combination packaging, the outer packaging is subject to deep dents if dropped, which in rare instances could affect the inner packaging.

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Would these packagings pass a drop test?: Answers

  1. No. The bag should not leak.
  2. Yes. The entire contents must be retained by an inner packaging even if the closure on the top head of the drum is no longer sift-proof.
  3. No. There should be no damage to the outer packaging likely to adversely affect safety during transport.