BigBag/FIBC/Super Sack/Jumbo Sack Container Liners

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flexible intermediate bulk container (FIBC),  super sack, jumbo bag, bulk bag, or big bag, is an industrial container made of flexible woven polypropylene fabric that is designed for storing and transporting dry, flowable products, Key industries are chemicals, minerals, food and feeds,

Our extensive range of big bags (FIBCs) serves to a wide variety of dry bulk handling applications, providing you with safe and efficient semi-bulk packaging solutions.

LiquA Provides high variety of tailor made 4 loop bags…

Standard, Formstable, Qbag, Ventilated, Antistatic, UN hazardous, Oxygen Barrier Film…

Stable Bag…

Leaning, unstable standing bags are common problem of our industry, especially if the cargo has light specific gravity.

Overall, Q-bag design is being used in the industry to overcome not only the mentioned stability problem, but also to avoid ’round shape’ appearance of the bag after filling. Although Q-bags are partly providing a solution to the above, it is not applicable, if the cargo is humid sensitive and/or requires inner PE (polyethylene) liner.

LiquA Stable bags have extreme high stability, gets a square shape after filling and yet polyethylene inner liner is applicable. Its unique patented shape is square at top & bottom whereas it has a concave-narrowing form in the center/belly. Thus, the bag is stable even with super light density products but also utilizes the full space of the containers/trucks.

Depending on the nature of the cargo, our engineers may design the bigbag with polypropylene pipe supports integrated into the vertical – side seams of the bag for ultimate stability AND stacking performance.

  • High stability bag for super light products.
  • Safe handling and stacking.
  • Polypropylene pipe supports at the corners for greater stability.
  • 20% more product than standard FIBCs and yet no baffles.
  • Form stable shape without baffles.
  • Easy filling, free from baffles.
  • Polyethylene liner applicable.

Modified Atmosphere FIBC

Benefits

  • Extended shelf life.
  • Protection against insects.
  • Stabilized moisture content.
  • Retain freshness and quality.

Modified atmosphere packaging is becoming increasingly common. It has been claimed that the technique enables significant shelf-life extension but in so doing presents an increased public health risk. Shelf-life, sensory quality and safety of packaged products may be optimised by harmonising the relationship between product and packaging.

Longer shelf life / higher quality

Food packaged under a protective atmosphere spoils much slower. Modified Atmosphere Packaging can significantly extend the freshness and shelf life. This effect varies depending on the product type. However, a doubling of the shelf life is usually possible. Normally, MAP products keep a high quality over a longer period of time and arrive at the consumer in the best possible condition.

Container Liners

Transporting bulky, granular, or powdered products in standard containers costs valuable time in cleaning and sterilization. LiquA’s container liners are designed to solve this issue by protecting products from contamination and moisture, and improving the efficiency of the loading and discharge process.

What is a container Liner?

A container liner is a material that is placed over the inner surface of a container in order to provide a buffer between the product being transported and the container walls.

Container liners are used in standard containers for bulky, granular, powdered products with fluidity. We use food grade materials for our Container Liners to keep the goods dry and hygienic during transport.

● Protect commodities from contamination, moisture, and pests.
● Very efficient installation process. Save time on loading and discharging.
● Savings on the costs of packaging, labor, and time.

Our container liners are made out of polyethylene film and polypropylene woven fabric, built to be used with 20ft, 30ft, and 40ft HC containers.

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