You’re going to have a lot of options when choosing a FIBC bulk bag supplier. Locally and nationally there are a lot of suppliers with a multitude of products and solutions. Having suppliers compete for your business helps you get quality products at a fair price. However, how do you know if you’re getting a fair price or a quality product?
There are many different types of FIBC bulk bags and the right bag for you depends on your product and application. For example, you may be currently using a type A bulk bag with potentially volatile materials when a type C or D bag is best due to their electrostatic reduction properties.
Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers (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 I can reuse my bags? If I can recycle them, how and when can I recycle them? Let’s review the guidelines of bag reuse as well as outline when and how you can recycle your bags.
When bulk bags are filled and discharged, the flowing of the finely powdered substances can at times cause a buildup of static electricity. Properly mitigating the dangers associated with the buildup of static electricity can at times be the difference between life and death, especially when storing and transporting flammable and combustible materials.
Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers and Gaylord boxes are popular for storing and transporting products and materials such as loose parts, granular materials, powders, and even liquids. But how do I know which option is right for me?