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Which services does Moens Packaging offer?
Is Moens committed to the environment?
What is the difference between conductive, dissipative, insulating and anti-static packaging?
What is barrier packaging?
What about wooden barrels?
Why are fluorinated bottles of interest?
Which kinds of caps are there?
How are UN quality labels determined?
Focus on your core activities, we’ll take care of the packaging
Do you have a particular type of packaging in mind? Then simply go to “shop” and we’ll direct you to the right product for a quick quotation. Afterwards, we’ll contact you as soon as possible and provide you with an appropriate quotation.
Do you want to purchase wooden barrels?
You can can easily make a price request from our website. Choose the quantity and the type of barrel you want and add those to your request. You will find a summary of your request in your shopping cart. Click on “proceed to checkout” to complete your order. We will contact you as soon as possible to finalise your request and to discuss the delivery or collection details.
Picking up your barrels? Then you can also pay on site using Payconiq or cash.
Do you have questions about a quotation?
If you have any questions about a quotation that you received, you can always contact us by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. We also remain ready to answer your questions by phone.
Most of our deliveries are carried out by our own team. For a small number of deliveries, we use external transporters with whom we have worked well together over a long period of time.
To ensure that the delivery goes as smoothly as possible, we ask you to indicate the required delivery time and/or any other relevant instructions when placing your order. Our driver will deliver the goods at the agreed time.
You can also choose to collect your goods:
Opening hours Offices:
Opening hours unloading warehouses:
Opening hours loading warehouses
Placing orders by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All pallets that have been invoiced can be exchanged and credited.
It all starts with our many years of experience and our determination to keep doing better for our customers. We therefore maintain the highest quality standard, this does not go unnoticed by our customers.
Moens Packaging NV has been certified for ISO 9001:2015 by the AIB-VINCOTTE International NV Bureau.
ISO 9001:2015 specifies standards for internationally accepted quality management systems. Obtaining this certification means that we have taken a major step in further developing our processes and procedures for the continuous improvement of our quality standards.
The certification was issued on 29/02/2016 after a lengthy period of intensive preparation and implementation of the required processes and procedures. Every year, an internal audit takes place to check whether the implemented quality management systems remain compliant with the applicable standards, so that the procedures can be reviewed critically and fine-tuned if necessary.
Barrels /Drums and IBCs
Zeelsebaan 24, 9200 Dendermonde (Belgium)
Zevensterrestraat 7, 9240 Zele (Belgium)
Industriestraat 43, 9240 Zele (Belgium)
Optional pick-up point
Conservenweg 12E, 2940 Stabroek (Belgium)
Office opening hours
Warehouse unloading opening hours
Warehouse loading opening hours
Are you looking for customised packaging that is the perfect match for your business activities? We are able to help! Because at Moens Packaging, we have an unlimited amount of know-how to offer you. This extensive knowledge and long experience puts us in a position to develop packaging that meets your needs perfectly. You can rely on us for packaging including PET, HDPE, PP, cans, glass… From the smallest bottle to large IBC containers, Moens Packaging is your right partner in packaging.
We work together with you down to the last detail to create your own design,. We create the design that you are looking for.
Certainly! For the labelling and sleeving of our products we work in close cooperation with local partners Wase Werkplaats, Emiliani and De Loft. Our added strength is in part thanks to our partnerships with these local work places:
Wase Werkplaats is a non-profit organisation with an excellent reputation that, among other things, handles the assembly of various (promo) packaging, automated shrink packaging, bundle packaging, gift packaging, development of displays, etc. It has a specially adapted area for the packaging of medicines, medical accessories and food supplements. It also has a specialised range of machinery for labelling and sleeving bottles and flacons and a fire-proof area for the packaging of hazardous products.
Emiliani offers support to people with disabilities and their networks in self-determination in terms of living, working and leisure.
De Loft is a day activity centre for adults with psychosocial vulnerability.
Moens Packaging offers a range of additional services and treatments for your packaging.
We perform these ourselves or in collaboration with local partners.
Some customers prefer, for certain quality reasons, that their plastic cans are packed in seperate bags which are stacked and wrapped on the pallet.
We have special machinery to do this.
We also have a machine that can easily reverse pallets or goods.
This is for example useful if you want a different type of pallet (e.g. plastic pallet) or if you want buckets or jars delivered with the opening downwards (dust-free).
To have your packaging transported safely, we always wrap it with film.
For this we use our wrapping machine.
To reduce waste production, we switched from 20 micron film to 15/16 micron film. This film is 100% recyclable.
To tailor all kinds of packaging to your product and requirements in the best possible way, we work with external local partners to perform the following operations:
Pumps/sprays can be cut to the correct height for your bottle. Thanks to our cutting machine, we can easily set a certain height and then (have) whole batches cut to size.
Together with our external partners, we can also take care of sleeving or labelling different kinds of packaging.
The answer is yes! We are committed to sustainability. We commit ourselves in a variety of ways. Find out how we are doing our part.
First of all, let’s clarify what static electricity is. Static electricity is the result of a transfer of electrons caused by the movement of a material (sliding, rubbing, separating, …) that generates electrostatic charges (plastic, fibres, glass, rubber, textiles, …). These accumulated charges remain around the area of contact whereupon they can be discharged by a spark. To be more precise, when the material comes into contact with another object.
This electrostatic discharge (ESD) can even be dangerous for humans and machines as well as environments having inflammable liquids, solids or gasses, … ESD materials reduce static electricity to protect their environment. Materials are classified according to the speed at which electricity can travel through them. This speed is called resistance and is measured in Ohms. (Ω).
Do you have specific questions or would you like more information on this topic? Feel free to contact us.
Standard HDPE packaging is not suitable for every product due to the fact that the material and product can interact. There are various reasons for this:
Needless to say, such issues can cause problems. Think of :
Fortunately, for every problem there is a solution.
|Everything is carried out in 1 operation so there is no need to repack the goods, etc.
Economising on transport costs.
|Only bottles produced by the manufacturer can be used.
|Fluorination after the production of the bottle
|It is possible to have your already existing bottles/jars fluorinated.
|Extra transport and handling is needed, so it is usually more expensive.
Since we have no information either on the composition of the product to be filled by your company or the circumstances under which this will take place, or on the method of transport of the filled packaging and their accessories, we are not in a position to give any definite opinion regarding the compatibility with the materials used. At all times, the customer remains responsible for any damage or defects. We therefore recommend that, in your own interest, product compatibility tests as well as stability tests be carried out.
The side of a wooden barrel is made of curved flat pieces of wood (in technical terms: staves) and metal hoops that hold the staves together. If you store your wooden barrels properly, you can enjoy them for many years.
Keep in mind the following points of interest:
If you keep your wooden barrels outside, there are a few treatment options:
If you want to use the barrel for water or other liquids, it is recommended that you first fill the barrel with water so that the staves have plenty of time to expand. During this process, water will first leak from the barrel between the staves, but over time the wood will expand and the barrel will be completely sealed. However, if this is not the case, return the barrel and we will either repair it or replace it if necessary.
Do you regularly have to deal with imploding bottles ? Then you are not using the ideal packaging. The problem with the bottle is caused by volatile products that may migrate through the HDPE inner surface, causing the bottle to contract.
The following problems also occur:
Fluorinated bottles or fluorinated cans are the perfect solution to all these problems.
When blow-moulding HDPE packaging, a fluorine gas is added, thereby changing the structure of the HDPE to that similar to Teflon. All the above mentioned problems are thus solved. Feel free to call on the expertise of your wholesaler in packaging materials. We are at your service!
Are you interested in barrier packaging? Then, take a look at the question (FAQ): “What is barrier packaging?”.
Moens Verpakkingen has many types of caps available.
In case you have more questions about our caps:
Caution: when we give you advice concerning the necessary UN quality labels and packaging, then this always has to be checked by the person who fills up the packaging. It is this person who is responsible for the filled packaging.
Hereinafter we explain these UN quality labels:
UN/1A/X1.8/250/06/B/… and UN/1A2/X220/S/06/B/…
UN symbol or the letters “UN” (only allowed for metal drums)
1A2 = type of packaging (e.g. 1A1 = metal drum, 1A2= metal drum with removable lid,1H2 = PE lid barrel with lid)
X = packaging group (see further more information about the different groups X, Y, Z)
1.8 or 220:
250 or S:
06 = last 2 digits of the year of manufacturing
B = abbreviation of the country that approves of the feature
… = name of the manufacturer and reference numbers of the approved construction type
Hereinafter we explain this UN quality label:
UN symbol or the letters “UN”
31HA1 = packaging type for composit IBC (synthetic inner bladder with an outside metal railing on wooden, synthetic or PE pallet.
Y = packaging group (see further X, Y or Z)
(1) = month and year of fabrication
F= abbreviation of the country that approves of the feature
(2) = name or logo of the manufacturer
BVT = abbreviation of the laboratories that have executed the UN tests
102618 = reference number of the certificate of approval
7089 = weight in kg by which the stack test was executed
1968 = maximum gross weight in kg
68 = tare weight in kg
1020 = useful volume in litres
(3) = date of last density test
(4) = date of last inspection
(5) = maximum pressure when filling and/or emptying
100 = proof in kPa
(6) = fabrication number
For each class of danger, there is a classification of 3 packaging groups. For most of our packaging only class 3 (combustible fluids), class 6 (toxic fluids) and class 8 (corrosive materials) are relevant.
Materials and objects in class 3 are listed in table A of chapter 3.2. The materials that are not named in table A of chapter 3.2. have to be assigned to the right section of 184.108.40.206. and to the right packaging group, according to the guidelines. In relation to their class of danger during transportation, the fluids in level 3 must be assigned to one of the following packaging groups:
220.127.116.11 Depending on the extent to which they are dangerous for transportation, the materials of class 6.1. have to be classified in these three packaging groups:
18.104.22.168. Depending on the extent to which they are dangerous for transportation, the materials of class 6.1. have to be classified in these three packaging groups:
Packaging with label X is suitable for packaging groups I, II and III.
Packaging with label Y is suitable for packaging groups II and III.
Packaging with label Z is suitable for packaging group III.
For solids and fluids, if the test is executed with the solids or fluids that have to be transported or with other material, which in essence has the same physical features.
For fluids, if the tests are executed with water:
22.214.171.124 Fluids may only be loaded into packaging (including IBC’s) which has enough resistance to the internal pressure which can occur in normal transportation circumstances.
Packaging and IBC’s in which the UN-label respectively has 126.96.36.199 d) and 188.8.131.52.1 as the hydraulic testing pressure regulation, may only be filled with fluids of which the vapour pressure:
184.108.40.206.4. Testing method and testing pressure which has to be applied.
Hydraulic pressure (manometerpressure), as regulated according to one of the following methods, must be:
220.127.116.11.5. The packaging that is used for products from packaging group I during 5 or 30 minutes, depending on the construction material of of the packaging, must be tested with a testing pressure if at least 250 kPa (manometric pressure).
For more information on the filling degree of the packaging, see the additional PDF-file.
For more information about determining what UN solid or UN Liquid see the pdf file.
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