FIBC Bag for Potato Packaging

Potatoes need to be stored with plenty of airflow in order to prevent them from sprouting and/or molding making Ventilated bag the preferred option. Ventilated bags are large and are made out of woven polypropylene. Widely used in storing and transporting dry products. The pure range of ventilated polypropylene woven fabrics also makes these fabrics meet the standards that permit required air flow through fabric into bag. Fibc-silvassa has extensive experience in successfully handling the requirements of Ventilated fabric in FIBC.

These bags are built with ventilated fabrics making them a great choice for food items like onions, potatoes etc. The air flows into the bag, thus preventing spoilage resulting from moisture and mold. What’s more, they also keep the food items safe during storage and transportation making them a great choice for storing these vegetables in warehouses.

An industry where Ventilated bag are particularly useful is the agricultural industry. Certain produce needs …

What is Coated and Uncoated FIBC Bags

About “Uncoated” FIBC Bags

FIBC bags are typically constructed by weaving together strands of polypropylene. Because of the weaved construction, materials that are very fine may seep through the weave or sew lines. Examples of these products is fine powders or sands.
If you’re packing a powder in an uncoated bag and you hit the side of a full bag, you might see a cloud of product leave the bag. For some applications, this is perfectly fine. For others, it’s not. The weave of an uncoated bag also allows air and moisture to more easily pass through the polyethylene to the product you’re packing.

Uses of Uncoated FIBCs For storing and transporting granular and is the size of grains of rice or larger such as beans, grain, popcorn, and seed. Transporting products and goods that need to breathe. For storing and transporting food grade and non-food grade products.About “Coated” FIBC Bags

A “coated” bag is constructed similarly to an uncoated bag; however, before the bag is sewn together, an…

Advantages of Using FIBC Bags for wheat Storage

There are many ways for safely and effectively store and transport wheat seed. No matter what method you choose to use, it’s important to select the option that:
Best suits your operation Creates the most successful storage and shipping process for your business Streamlines the process and experience for your customer. Here are some advantages that FIBCs bags, can increase the long life of your wheat through the storage process.

Low Maintenance:

One of the challenges of using large storage containers is maintaining optimal wheat hygiene. If an infestation occurs in a silo or mill, nine times out of 10 it means you will lose your entire supply within that storage container.
Not only are FIBC bags low maintenance and low cost, if one bag of product is contaminated, it doesn’t necessarily mean the rest of your product in the other bags will be contaminated as well. By using bags, contamination can be isolated easily saving the rest of your product.

Filling and Discharging:

Finding a solut…

Reuse Guidelines of FIBCs

FIBCs also known as bulk bags – are cost effective and environmentally friendly alternatives to other large containers because of their potential to be used multiple times as well as be recycled. But how do I know when you can reuse your FIBC bags? If you can recycle them, how and when can you recycle them? the guidelines of bag reuse as well as outline when and how you can recycle your bags.

When can you reuse your FIBC bag? FIBC bags are built specifically to be flexible yet durable and, in certain condition, built to be used more than one time. A standard bag is rated at a 5:1 safety factor ratio (SFR) which means that it has the ability to hold 5 times the amount of its safe working load (SWL). 5:1 safety ratio bag are single use bags. Bags that are designed for multiple uses are made with a higher safety factor ratio of 6:1. Only bags with an SFR of 6:1 are designed for multiple uses. 
When reusing bags, FIBCA (Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Association) suggests that bags …

What Is Polypropylene?

Agricultural businesses use FIBC bags for dry goods because they are durable and flexible. Plus, FIBC bags are an affordable way to store and transport goods. Often FIBC bags are constructed of woven polypropylene material.

What is Polypropylene?

The chemical designation for polypropylene is C3H6, which refers to a type of thermoplastic polymer resin. This plastic is used in various applications, including structure and fiber-type plastic uses. It is commonly used for household, industrial, and commercial purposes, including FIBC bags for agriculture.

flexible and strongThe global market for polypropylene is over 45 million tons. This plastic is flexible and strong, which is why it is used in so many applications around the world. Many products contain polypropylene including toys, carpets, stationery, speakers, laboratory equipment, reusable containers, automobile products, and agricultural FIBC bags. Polypropylene is a popular choice because it has a high melting point so it works we…

Uses of FIBC bags in Agriculture

One of the industries that use FIBC is agriculture. FIBC bags provide the perfect environment for agricultural products to be stored, used, and transported. FIBC bags are incredibly versatile for the agricultural industry, as they have quite a number of varied uses. Following are ways FIBC bags are used in agriculture.

1.Crop storage and transportation:

FIBC bags are ideal for storage. Farmers can store their crops in FIBC bags until they are ready to ship or sale. Their storage capacity is not limited to crops. FIBC bags can also store other items that are essential to the agricultural industry. They are a best way for farmers and other agriculture professionals to remain organized.
The agriculture industry relies heavily on the safe transportation of crops. Vegetables are delicate, and if they are crushed or marred in any way, they will not be able to be sold to supermarkets or other outlets. not the only crops are that are transported in FIBC bags but Crops such as wheat, barley a…

Why FIBC bags are safe for material storage & transport

When you load and transport large amounts of stone, gravel, soil, debris and other various construction materials, it’s important that the bulk container is very durable and extremely safe to use. When used properly, FIBCs are an extremely safe way to transport and store construction materials. FIBCs are manufactured using woven polypropylene creating an incredibly strong and flexible bulk container perfect for most construction applications.

Here is one story that why FIBC bags are safe for your material storage & transport.

One day Truck was going for material shipment with fibc bag.

Suddenly the track falls into the drain water from the road side.

The truck was fully damage and FIBC bags are also fall into the drain water 

From this heavy accident truck is fully damage but the material and the FIBC bags are completely safe.We take out the fibc bag from the drain water with help of hydra.

And load that bags in to other truck for shipment.