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FIBC Usage for Wet/Moist Products

Date: 16th December 2020

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From wet soil to manure and wet coffee grounds, FIBCs are being used around the world to transport and store wet and high-moisture products. If you are considering a similar application with your FIBC, here are a few facts you should know to ensure convenient and safe handling of the product.

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From dyes and wood to coal and ore, see who is using FIBCs

Date: 12th December 2020

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Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers (FIBCs) are the perfect bulk packaging option for businesses all over the world. Whether you are storing or transporting dry or flowable goods, food grade products, or even hazardous materials, bulk bags are the safe and efficient answer.

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Protecting your FIBCs from Pests

Date: 4th December 2020

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Pests are a perpetual problem with any kind of goods storage, especially with food and other items that may appeal to rodents and other pests as edible. Sometimes, these pests also attempt to make stacked and filled FIBCs their homes, threatening to damage the bags and compromise the quality of their contents.

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The Impact of Outdoor Storage on FIBCs

Date: 25th November 2020

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Is outdoor storage ideal for FIBCs? We often come across this question. The short answer to this question is: No. Storing your FIBCs outside can not contaminate or poorly impact the quality of the product within them, but also affect the deplete the strength and capacity of the big bag - becoming a major safety hazard. The long answer is what we will attempt to break down for you in the following section. Read on!

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Coated, Lined or Uncoated FIBCs with Liners?

Date: 20th November 2020

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When it comes to FIBCs or bulk bags, there are different types of them built for different kinds of products and applications. Therefore, it is understandable that fairly new users will find it challenging to choose between them and find the ideal bulk bag for their needs. In our experience, one of the biggest areas of confusion among users is usually in choosing between coated, lined and uncoated FIBCs with or without add-on liners. If you have the same confusion, read on!

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The Importance of Quality Control in FIBCs

Date: 12th November 2020

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The quality of an FIBC depends on three main factors: the fabric, the manufacturing method and the post-production quality control. While all three factors play an equal role in contributing to the overall quality of the bulk bag, let’s now take a look at quality control and why it is not to be overlooked. Aspects of Quality Control There are three major aspects to quality control in FIBCs, also known as bulk bags: strength check, specification check and contaminant check.

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Should You Reuse Your FIBCs?

Date: 6th November 2020

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According to the Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Association (FIBC), reuse of FIBCs should be carried out within a closed-loop system. In other words, it needs to reused to handle the same product, within the same application for which it was originally built. In this manner, you can minimise contamination of any kind. But wait, not all FIBCs can be reused! Most flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs) built with a standard rating of 5:1 are

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Ventilated FIBCs: Why They Are Important to the Agricultural Industry

Date: 28th October 2020

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Ventilated FIBCs or breathable bulk bags are designed with ventilation strips along all sides. Woven, mesh and combination-type constructions are made available in breathable fabric or polypropylene to serve the purpose of air circulation.

These bags are used for the temporary storage and transportation of perishable goods such as agricultural products and are

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Back to the Basics: A Beginner’s Guide to FIBCs

Date: 20th October 2020

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What are FIBCs? An FIBC, or a flexible intermediate bulk container, is a container made of flexible fabric and is used for industrial purposes. As the name suggests, this flexible container is meant for intermediary use, when materials are to be carried, transported or stored temporarily in bulk. FIBCs are known by many names, including big bag, bulk bag, super sack, jumbo, tote, and so on.

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Common FIBC Types and Their Uses

Date: 13th October 2020


When it comes to finding the right flexible intermediate bulk container (FIBC) for your industrial use, there are several different types to choose from. Here’s a quick overview of each time to help you identify the right bulk bag for you: Classification by Material : Based on their material and type of use—primarily keeping fire safety in mind—FIBCs are classified into four main categories: A, B, C, D.

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