IN STOCK ITEM - Ships from Kent, WA 98031
Applicable Modes of Transportation - Truck, Sea Container (see Mode of Transportation Tab)
Dimensions - 40" x 40"
Ply - 2
Working Pressure - 2-3 PSI
Burst Pressure - 8-9 PSI
Valve / Inflator - JetFlow
Pallet Quantity - 450
Pallet Tare Weight - 477 lbs.
DUNNAGE AIR BAGS MODES OF TRANSPORATION
Positioning dunnage air bags in voids and slack areas, will hold the load in place by exerting outward pressure against the load on either side, or between the load and the bulkhead.
Product loads shipped by truck can experience movement from front to back, side to side or vertically, causing potential damage to your valuable cargo.
Dunnage air bags reduce load movement by creating a wall that helps keep the load in place. Placing one or two bags properly at the rear of the load, helps to restrict side movement by filling lateral voids and holding load firmly against the sidewalls of the truck.
Meet Association of American Railroad (AAR) specifications for proper and safe loading of many railcar shipments.
Product loads shipped by railcar can be very heavy weight and are often subjected to prolonged, excessive movement, making it necessary to properly brace the loads.
Dunnage air bags can be used to secure your palletized, unitized, slip-sheeted or loose-stacked loads both lengthwise and crosswise. Lengthwise bracing helps to re-position loads toward end walls, assisting to eliminate length-wise voids, as well as acting as a cushion to help absorb shock. Crosswise bracing, placed between lengthwise rows of the load, fill the voids and help to keep the product load held tightly against the sidewalls.
Meet Association of American Railroad (AAR) specifications for proper and safe loading of many inter modal shipments.
Product loads shipped by piggyback or by ocean containers can often be subjected to prolonged, excessive movement, sometimes over very long distances, making it even more imperative that you use reliable bracing to ensure that your product arrives undamaged.
Dunnage air bags help to re-position loads toward end walls, assisting to eliminate length-wise voids, as well as acting as a cushion to help absorb shock.
Product loads shipped by overseas containers can shift both laterally and lengthwise if not properly cross-wire braced. Dunnage air bags are placed between lengthwise rows of the load to prevent movement.
Product loads shipped by sea vessels are exposed to prolonged motions caused by the pitch, roll, heave, sway and surge of the vessel at sea.
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