Understanding the Differences Between Type C and Type D FIBC Bags

Type C vs Type D

Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers (FIBCs), commonly known as bulk bags, are versatile packaging solutions used across various industries for the safe handling and transport of bulk materials. Among the different types of FIBC bags available, Type C and Type D are two primary classifications distinguished by their static protection capabilities. In this blog post, we’ll explore the major differences between Type C and Type D FIBC bags, including their construction, applications, regulatory considerations, and more.

Understanding the differences between Type C and Type D FIBC bags is essential for selecting the right packaging solution based on specific industry requirements, applications, and regulatory standards. While Type C bags offer superior static protection and are ideal for high-risk environments, Type D bags provide a cost-effective solution for industries with lower static hazards. Ready to explore the perfect FIBC for your requirements? Contact us today to discuss your needs and discover how Soliflex Packaging can provide tailored solutions for your bulk-handling challenges.

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