Compare baffle bag and standard fibc bag

Baffle bag and standard fibc bag are two types of heavy-duty packaging that are widely used in both industry and agriculture. However, despite being widely applied and quite popular, few people can distinguish the difference between these two super sacks.

Customers can follow the article with EPP to compare baffle bag and regular fibc bag. In addition, information about the distinct advantages of each of these bags is waiting for you to discover.

How many jumbo bags are commonly used today?

Does your company have problems with the packaging and storage of goods? FIBC bags today are used in most industries where dry bulk solids are handled including food, chemicals, and even pharmaceuticals.

The FIBCs, also known as the Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container, are designed with a variety of loading weights and designs to suit each application. Here are some common fibc products commonly used.

Standard fibc bag

Standard jumbo bags have a large capacity from about 500kg - 2000kg. This helps the arrangement of goods in the warehouse become neater and more professional, saves workshop space, and easily manages goods. The main material of bulk bags is woven PP (polypropylene). The size of the bag may vary depending on the intended use.

Spout top and discharge bottom super sacks

Spout top and discharge bottom jumbo bag is made of super-durable polypropylene with strong bearing capacity. This bag is absolutely safe, and environmentally friendly. Fibc jumbo bags are designed with a Filling spout with a diameter of 30 - 70cm.

The bottom of the bag is sewn with a discharge spout usually from 30 - 70cm and the height is 50 - 70cm. The discharge spout is reinforced with a star closure and a lid threaded with ropes or parachute cords to tighten and draw to prevent the bottom from sagging.

Baffle bag

Baffle FIBC bags were born as a solution to make the packaging of fine powder products much faster and more cost-effective. Baffle bags are designed to prevent the goods from bulging during the packing process. These pp bulk bags are often used to store granular and fine powder products such as limestone, cement, chemicals, rice, bran, and starch.

Compare baffle bag and standard fibc bag

Jumbo bags are used to pack products for the purpose of domestic consumption as well as export. Depending on the customer's requirements, businesses can choose big bags with different designs.

Baffle bag

Baffle fibc bags have a completely different design from traditional jumbo bags. The baffle bag is specially designed for loading and unloading to keep the bag's original size, making it easy to transport goods anywhere without worrying about bursting or swelling.

Baffles are pieces of fabric sewn into the inner corners of a bag to maintain its square shape after filling. Q bags have a system of 4 baffle panels are manufactured with coated PP woven fabric and round holes to help distribute goods evenly at the corners. The baffles also prevent the bag from bulging, helping the bag to stand upright and thereby allowing for more efficient use of space.

Standard fibc bag

There are many popular conventional traditional super sacks available in the market. The most commonly used types of FIBCs are constructed in U Panel or Circular structures with or without a PE liner. 

Jumbo bags are large in size for withstanding heavy loads and packing more goods but still maintain the safety of goods. Whether it's fine powders, bulk goods, granules, or liquids, jumbo bags have a dedicated design.

The use of imported materials with good quality PP resins helps bulk bags possess high moisture resistance, and toughness, and limits the situation of punctures or scratches in the process of packing and transporting compared to poor quality packaging.

Above is the comparative information of baffle bag and standard fibc bag. Thank you for your interest in following the article. EPP always strives to become the leading fibc supplier in Vietnam. Please contact hotline +84986 002 888 for the most detailed advice.


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