But in small projects or single purchases, sometimes there is no packing procedure in place, and this might cause a dispute between the purchaser, seller and third party inspector if any. Did you find this article useful? Unbraced sawn timber packing case. European standards ENs have not covered small or large cases and crates simply because they are by definition totally flexible in size and loading capacity and there would be a negative benefit to the free European market to restrict this. Login if you are an existing member. Then it will be the responsibility of the purchaser to accept non-conformity or request that the seller carry our correct packing. Please subscribe to my monthly newsletter so you don’t miss a thing.
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Comments Have your say about what you just read! I am at least 16 years of age. There are examples where this is done in English such as the Bs 1133-8 National Standard, but although the German trade association does a very useful guide it is not available in English. European standards ENs have not covered small or large cases and crates simply because they are by definition totally flexible in size and loading capacity and there would be a negative benefit to the free European market to restrict this.
In big procurement projects, submitting the packing bw is very popular. Did you find this article useful? Most equipment manufacturers subcontract the sb to specialized packing companies. bs 1133-8
BS +A Packaging code. Guidance on wooden boxes, cases and crates –
Section 8, does not specify loadings and timber section sizes for skid or sill type bases for heavy content weights. Click Here for information on joining PalletLink to gain access to all the benefits of a subscription.
The engineering companies or purchasers will either give their own packing and marking procedures, along with other specifications to the equipment manufacturer, or they will ask the manufacturer to provide their standard procedures and specifications, so that their company can review and approve them.
Enter Your First 1133-8 optional. We will be updating and growing this site with more and more of industrial inspection related articles. When the purchase of equipment is through the letter of credit, and the buyer and the seller agree on doing bs 1133-8 inspection, then a packing inspection will be included in the scope of the inspection. Just call us or preferably e-mail with sizes, lengths and load positions. The need for such bs 1133-8 is something PalletLink has recognised as a result of assisting members in commercial designs.
The design shown is of bs 1133-8 skid base where the load bearing members run the length of the case and are below the case sheathing and the transverse load bearing timbers 11333-8 members and headers. For more detail, you may review the Seaworthy Packing Procedure article, which is drafted based on the BS requirements.
BS +A – Packaging code. Guidance on wooden boxes, cases and crates
I understand that you will use my information to send me a newsletter. But in small projects or single purchases, sometimes there is no packing procedure in place, and this might cause a dispute between 1133-8 purchaser, seller and third party inspector if any.
Then it will be the responsibility of the purchaser to accept non-conformity or request that the seller carry our correct packing. This has shown to be a problem wider than just in the UK in that we have been involved in inspections of large packing case collapses in ports as far away as South Africa and Hong Kong. As loads increase to 5 tons or more, particularly longer 11133-8, export packers may be uncertain of the sizes of timbers to use. Leave me a comment in the box below.
As part bss our existing free advisory service for Members we can check the sizes of base timbers needed for high payloads. Moisture condensation problems when large cases or bs 1133-8 are exposed to heat and cold have always been a hazard and some woods are more acid and exacerbate the problem.
BS STD Packing Procedure
Login if you are an existing member. There have been many cases of damage to transported equipment because of inappropriate packing type, lack of quality in construction and bad packing 113-8. Please subscribe to my bs 1133-8 newsletter so you don’t miss a thing. The EN committee set up to produce the document some years ago rapidly decided to cease any work when this was decided.