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What is an FIBC?

FIBC stands for Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container, commonly known as a bulk bag or big bag.

FIBCs are used for transporting and storing bulk quantities of dry materials such as powders, granules, and aggregates.

The Safe Working Load (SWL) of an FIBC varies, but standard bags are designed to carry loads ranging from 500 kg to 2000 kg.

Yes, many FIBCs are designed for multiple uses, making them cost-effective and environmentally friendly.

FIBCs are used in industries such as agriculture, chemicals, food and pharmaceuticals, construction, and more.

Types include standard bags, conductive bags, food-grade bags, UN bags, and more, each designed for specific applications.

FIBCs are typically made from woven polypropylene fabric and sewn together. The construction varies based on the bag’s design and purpose.

SWL is the maximum weight that an FIBC is rated to safely carry under normal conditions.

Yes, FIBCs can be customized in terms of size, color, printing, and features to meet specific requirements.

The shelf life depends on factors like UV exposure, storage conditions, and material used. Regular testing is recommended.

Anti-static FIBCs are designed to prevent static electricity buildup, making them suitable for use with flammable materials.

Yes, FIBCs are recyclable. Recycling practices may vary, and some bags are made from recycled materials.

Coated FIBCs have an additional layer for moisture protection, making them suitable for materials sensitive to humidity.

Store FIBCs in a dry, cool place away from direct sunlight to maintain their integrity.

Yes, there are food-grade FIBCs designed for transporting food products safely.

Consider factors like product characteristics, required features (e.g., liners), and industry regulations.

UN-certified FIBCs comply with international regulations for transporting hazardous materials safely.

Yes, FIBCs can be designed for the safe transport and disposal of hazardous waste.

Document pouches are used to attach important shipping or identifying documents to the bag.

Quality testing involves various factors like load testing, tear resistance, and UV stability.