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Dunnage Air Bags

Dunnage air bags are used to restrain movement of cargo loads in trucks, overseas containers or railcars. They fill voids, brace loads, absorb vibrations and protect cargo from in-transit damage, better than any other form of bracing.

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Dunnage Air Bags:

  • Cost Effective: Dunnage airbags are a less expensive means of blocking and bracing your merchandise than the use of lumber and nails. Guardian air bags are also reusable in non-railroad applications.
  • Safe: Guardian bags are produced under ISO 9001:2008 and 14001 standards and certified by the association of American Railroads (AAR) and the Railway Association of Canada (RAC). They are 100% leak proof tested before shipping.
  • Environmentally Friendly: Dunnage air bags are made of 100% recyclable materials.
  • Lightweight and Waterproof: Guardian bags are easy to handle, light in weight, take up less space and are resistant to moisture and water ingress.
  • Take Shape to Odd Configurations: Guardian bags are flexible, allowing you the advantage of filling every shape and odd space without damaging your goods.
  • Can Fill a Larger Void: Due to their flexibility, Guardian bags can fill a space up to 18", much larger compared to the paper dunnage bags which can only fill a void up to 14". Need to adjust size of void? Use corrugated dunnage.
  • Guardian Bags: are AAR/CPR/CNR/RAC approved. You are guaranteed to receive the best product quality, service from our industry experts, support from our direct and distribution network, as well as the most competitive price, making your decision low risk.
  • Manufacturing Process: Guardian air bag manufacturing process explained

Let us show you how we can save you time, money and hassle when considering your purchase of dunnage air bags. 1-800-724-6003

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