PacTec’s UN Certified IP-1 LiftPac® is the only self-standing zipper-top hazardous waste bag on the market, ideal for the disposal of contaminated asbestos. Our UN certified bag is multi-layer and provides a robust containment package for hazardous wastes.
The LiftPac® walls are constructed of rigid corrugated fiberboard allowing the bag to be self-standing, while the integrated 6-mil PE liner provides ultimate leak protection. It can hold over 3,000 pounds at significant savings in cost and storage space. They are lightweight, easy to assemble, versatile, and can easily be lifted by forklift with attached loops.Get a Quote
IP-1 classified LLW
Contaminated Asbestos and other Dusts
Household Hazardous Waste
Contaminated Soil (wet or dry)
Dual-purpose UN-Rated and Type IP-1
IP-1 Rated for LLW
Cardboard sidewall supports hold bag open for easy filling
Easy-to-use zipper closure
UV Coated, weather resistant outer layer
Supplied with DOC (Declaration of Conformity)
Self-contained multi-layer unit
Superior to stapling boxes to pallets
Lightweight and compact at 3’x3’x3’
Lowers disposal costs as compared to 55-gallon drums
Collapsible for easy storage
PacTec can supply a current Declaration of Conformity with each dual-purpose UN Certified IP-1 LiftPac®.
Yes, PacTec can provide a copy of current UN Certification upon request and purchase of our dual-purpose UN Certified IP-1 LiftPac®.
The safe working load (SWL) of PacTec’s dual-purpose UN Certified IP-1 LiftPac® is just over 3,000 lbs (1383 kg) in its current size at SF 6:1.
PacTec offers this product in a convenient cubic yard size for easy handling. It measures 3’x3’x3’.
PacTec can supply test reports upon request to verify the packaging meets the certification requirements under IP-1 and UN.
This bag has an integrated 6 mil polyethylene liner to provide ultimate leak prevention. However, while it can safely contain your waste to a certain moisture content, it is not designed to hold liquids.
PacTec’s dual-purpose UN Certified IP-1 bags are suitable for many waste types, including LLW (low level waste), asbestos, lab packing, contaminated soils and much more. They are easy-to-use, affordable, and likely meet regulations in your area. To speak to an expert about your concerns, give us a call or reach out to a member of our team.
PacTec’s Self-Standing UN Rated Bulk Bags currently have a UN-Rating “X” for Packaging Groups I, II, and III, making them an ideal waste container for household hazardous waste, lab packing, contaminated PPE, asbestos waste, and much more.
Currently they come 36 per double stacked pallet for your convenience and logistics cost efficiency.
One of the best features of our dual-purpose UN Certified IP-1 bags are the integrated fiberboard sidewalls, allowing for easy loading. The triple-wall fiberboard is protected from the elements by a sleeve of polymeric material making it suitable to use outdoors with the proper precautions against the elements.
Yes, PacTec’s Self-Standing UN Rated Bulk Bags are extremely easy to use. They come shipped flat, so the walls simply need to be pushed out for use. And because they are self-standing, loading is simple as well. We’ve got a few videos that will show you just how easy they are to use here – and a comparison video of setting one up here. See what our customers have to say about it.
One of the great things about these UN rated bulk bags is how easy they are to close. The outermost layer simply zips shut, and you can determine the best method to close the integrated liner based on your needs – gooseneck and taped/tied, folded over, etc.
These self-standing bulk bags are very easy for one person to set up and use. We even had a friendly timed competition to see which of our staffers could deploy one the quickest – check it out here.
We have great testing success and customers have reported that loaded bags can be stacked for storage and disposal shipment if done properly. Basically, ensure the volume fills the bag, and full bags are stacked in a pyramid fashion. More information can be provided upon purchase.
Yes and no. While we do not recommend long-term outdoor storage, we have had success with short-term outdoor storage exposed to the elements. If you need long-term outdoor storage, we recommend the bags be covered with a protective tarp to prevent direct UV exposure and moisture which can weaken the fiberboard sidewalls.