FIBC solutions for various industries
FIBC Solution for various industries…
Agricultural products like potatoes, onions, nuts or beans can be filled in FIBC bags for agricultural products. Agricultural products FIBC bags are made from ventilated fabric which allows air to circulate inside-out the fibc.
Animal feed is often filled into FIBC bags as huge quantities are needed. Animal feed fibc are either designed as standard four loop FIBC bags or one-or-two loop FIBC bag. They are mostly made from uncoated fabric.
Construction material companies usually use standard FIBC bags with a closed bottom and open top. Sand FIBC requires dustproof sewing while for stones it is not used. The transportation of construction materials such as gravel, cement, soil, and other related products is a tough task. Using the right FIBCs can ease the difficulties and eliminate the challenges associated with packaging and transportation of these materials.
FIBCs with perfect sift proof seams, and efficient liners can be used to transport powdered or granular chemicals in bulk. These bags empty with a minimum of air contamination and save storage space as they are collapsible. Besides, they are made of durable, tough industrial materials to ensure safe storage and transportation of chemicals. Chemicals have a wide range of characteristics, and an equally wide range of FIBC bags exists to suit them.
Seeds FIBC bags can be designed as standard four-loop, form stable or one- or two loop fibc. Especially form stable FIBC bags are popular for packing seeds as seeds are usually stored over winter and storage room is critical for many producers.
FIBC bags are often used to pack recycled resources, especially recycled plastics. Recycling materials are either packed in standard FIBC bags or Q-bags. The fabric of the FIBC bags used in the recycling industry are sometimes with coated fabric and have often a printing. These fibc come in various designs regarding lifting, filling and discharging.
FIBCs with sift proof seams work well for a variety of powdered products. However, if the sift proofing isn’t enough to hold the fine powder, then, a polyethylene liner is a great solution. Milk Powder FIBC bags similarly to those for sugar meet high requirements on quality and food safety. Extreme dust proof sewing is used to protect the milk powder from leakage and to from moisture.