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Matthew Fowler Leave a comment When everything goes right, a consumer might never think about the packaging. It can be recycled, thrown into the garbage, and tossed to the side so an overly excited kitten can jump in and out of it.
It is only when a product is harmed or damaged that packaging comes under scrutiny. That, of course, is not true about those that consider the protection of goods. They think about the packaging so the consumer does not. ASTM D creates guidelines for packaging supplies and equipment, exclusive of ammunition, explosives, or hazardous material.
ASTM D covers information important to commercial preservation, packaging, packing, unitization, and marking for supplies and equipment. It also considers shipment by different methods and various handlings.
There are multiple ways in which a product can be hurt during transport of the package. ASTM D gives guidance on how to combat those problems, whether it be through controlling shock, or movement during transport. Amongst an assortment of information, ASTM D also gives material on various kinds of cushioning materials and dunnage materials. Posted Under.
ASTM-D3951, ADOPTION NOTICE (21 DEC 1990) [SUPERSEDING MIL-STD-1188A]