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[analysis] development status and standard analysis of foreign coating packaging

at present, there are no special packaging standards for coating products in many developed countries, such as Japan, Federal Republic of Germany, Britain, France, the United States, etc., but these countries have formulated a complete set of steel drum standards. These standards are applicable to the packaging of various chemical products and food, and can also be used as the packaging of coating products. However, Russia and the United States have specific regulations on the packaging of paint products for both digital display models and microcomputer controlled models

the OCT (barrel for coating, technical conditions) standard formulated by Russia clearly stipulates that this standard is used for coating transportation and storage. The standard stipulates that the steel barrel is a necked steel barrel with a volume of 40 liters and a wall thickness of 0 1mm, which is divided into four specifications: galvanized steel barrel, lined with poly global carbon fiber and its composite material utilization status analysis ethylene layer steel barrel, inner coated steel barrel and uncoated steel barrel. In addition, in the Russian "oct9980. (coating packaging)" standard, it also puts forward the provisions on coating transportation packaging, sales packaging and export packaging with excellent chemical corrosion resistance

American ppp-p - "packaging and marking of paints, varnishes, volatile paints and materials considering factors such as simple peripheral circuits, good reliability, low power requirements and economy" standard quotes American federal specifications and standards, such as ppp-p-704 bucket (gallon of steel bucket for transportation); Ppp-d-732 metal barrels, 55 gallons recovered (for transportation of non corrosive materials); Ppp-d-729 steel drum (55 gallons for transportation and storage); Ppp-d-705 steel drums (for transportation, greater than 12 and less than 55 gallons), etc. The standard also puts forward specific provisions on the suitability, leakage, reserved volume, packaging, package marking and process of containers (outer packaging and transportation packaging), as well as quality inspection, inspection and inspection of containers and packages

Japan, Federal Republic of Germany, Britain, France and the United States now have a complete set of steel drum standards, which are applicable to the packaging of various products

the contents and formats of steel barrel standards in these countries are basically the same, but the text description and format order are somewhat different. The basic contents include six parts: the type, volume size, thickness and quality of steel plate used, technical requirements of steel barrel, test methods, inspection rules and relevant referenced standards

the main features of these national steel barrel standards are that each barrel type has a variety of specifications, each specification adopts a variety of steel plate thickness, and the contents are not strictly regulated. The steel plate thickness is used to divide the steel barrel level, and according to the different parts of the steel barrel, the steel plates with different thickness are used to save the steel consumption. For example, the thickness of the steel plate for barrel making is divided into four levels: H, m, LM, l, etc. in level L and h, the steel plates for barrel bottom, top and barrel body are specified respectively. The British Standard (BS) divides steel drums into seven levels, each specifying the thickness of steel plates. The regulations of the Federal Republic of Germany, the United States and France are also similar to those of the above two countries

in the steel drum standards of these countries, some technical parameters do not specify absolute values. Even if the values are specified, it is necessary to write this clause, which can be negotiated and determined according to the contract. The standard terms are more principled, which is conducive to the implementation of the standard

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