Fibc Bigbag
Bigbag Category
Small PP Sacks

top finish:
heat cut, zig zag cut, cold cut, over lock seam

single folded single sewn, single folded double sewn, double folded single sewn, double folded double sewn

polyethylene inner bag:
free inserted, sewn with base seam, sewn with top seam, cuffed at top

tubular, lay flat width: 40 cm to 80 cm , weight: 60 gr/m2 to 150 gr/m2

fabric options:
coated, transparent, coloured, gusseted

tie string, draw string, document pocket glued to body

up to four colors
1 & 2 loop Fibc Bigbags


One and two loop FIBC's are less complicated and more economical in comparison with the four loop FIBC's.

They are produced from tubular body fabrics to obtain a higher breaking strength within the fabric.

The top lifting points are wrapped with sleeves which can be manufactured in different colours for ease of product identification.

Coloured sleeves also make the lifting points highly visible for truck operators enabling easy handling of the bags by either a hook or a fork.

The most commonly used design is normally uncoated with an open top and a PE liner inserted, although, coated designs are also available with spouted tops.

Base designs vary greatly depending on the application; these include square, star or a single seam.

Discharge spouts can also be applied, but this is specifically for the square base design only.

For a manual filling application, bags are press bailed and packed on pallets; however, bags can also be wound on rolls to be used on automatic filling stations if required.

4 Loop Fibcs - Conductive Bigbag


Some bulk materials can create static energy during filling and discharging, which may cause an electrostatic discharge in the bag or on its surface.

If,there is a flammable dust or gas present within the atmosphere during the filling and discharging process,there is a risk of fire or explosion.

To prevent this hazard, a groundable FIBC's is the ideal solution.

Groundable FIBC's are also classed as Type C bags.

The conductivity of these units is usually provided by carbon tapes which are woven into the fabric and the webbing.

Silver tapes are used instead of carbon for food applications.

The body construction of the FIBC can be produced out of a flat or circular fabric either coated or uncoated.

Conductive liners are also available for use if waterproof applications are required.

Type C FIBC's must be grounded during the filling and discharging process.

4 Loop Fibcs-Corona Big Bags

Today, type D bags have become more familiar to the groundable bag users, as a challenging alternative for Type C bags.The usage of Type D bags are much more practical than the groundable bags and they avoid operator errors. The special construction of the Type D fabric eliminates the need of an earth connection during the filling and discharging of materials.

Crohmiq© fabric was invented by Linq Industries and was the first true Type D fabric to appear in the market place in the early 1990's. The fabric was developed to cover a growing need for an ungrounded static protective solution for bulk packaging.Due to its reputable safety record, as of today, over 500 leading companies worldwide prefer FIBCs manufactured from Crohmiq© fabric for their static bulk bag packaging requirements.Today Crohmiq© is the only Type D fabric in the market which complies with the IEC standards.

Can be used for the transportation of flammable powders, or when flammable solvents or gases are present around the FIBC. It provides safety equal to a grounded Type C FIBC without the human error risk factor. Type D fabric permits the dissipation of the charges in to the atmosphere by corona discharge.

A corona discharge is one form of an electrostatic discharge with a low energy, unlike sparks or brush discharges, it does not give way to ignition of flammable or explosive atmospheres. why crohmiq?

Only CROHMIQ© 's patented technology provides a level of safety equal to a properly grounded Type C FIBC, but without the risks of human error. For these reasons, leading global companies continue to switch from Type C FIBC to the optimum safety of CROHMIQ© FIBC. CROHMIQ© 's properties are permanent, therefore, its static dissipative performance does not decay with time nor wash off during wet reconditioning processes as many pseudo Type D FIBC's do. CROHMIQ© fabric is FDA compliant. Internationally recognised as the leading Type D static protective FIBC fabric. It is the only Type D fabric that will comply to the IEC61340 - 4 - 4 : 2005 standards.


If the surface of the Type D FIBC is contaminated or coated by any conductive material (such as water, oil etc) then spark discharges may occur. therefore Precautions should be taken in order to prevent the surface contamination.No conductive object (such as metal items and tools) should be placed on the FIBC.All conductors in the presence of flammable or explosive atmospheres should be grounded.

4 Loop Fibcs - Q (formed) Bags



The Q bag design is constructed utilising inner baffles which help maintain the cubic form once the FIBC has been filled.


These baffles are manufactured specifically to allow the material to flow into the corners ofthe bag.


Within this design mechanism and because of the cubic shape of the bag, the Qbag requires less storage space and can reduce transportation costs upto 30% in comparison with a standard big bag.

4 Loop Fibcs - Standart Bag


FIBC s are one of the most cost effective and ideal types of packaging for shipping and storing dry bulk products. They can produced from either tubular or flat polypropylene (PP) woven fabrics. These fabrics can be both coated or uncoated and vary in different weights depending on the requirements of the Safe Working Load (SWL), or Safety Factor (SF).

An FIBC can be as simple as an open top with a flat base used commonly within the building industry or, as a high tech unit produced within a clean room production environment to be used within the food/pharmaceutical industries. Most importantly, each FIBC is manufactured to meet a customer s specific requirement.

4 Loop Fibcs - Ventilated Bag


Potato bags are produced out of ventilated Polypropylene (PP) woven fabrics.

These fabrics are specially designed to permit the required air flow through the fabric into the bag.

A duffel, or flap is often used as a top closure, and a bottom spout is utilised as a discharge facility.

For potato seeds, PP netting is used on two side panels to allow greater air permeability.

Potato suppliers have found great advantages using FIBC's for handling,storing and transporting their products as opposed to the antiquated 25/50kgs woven sacks or potato boxes.

They are commonly used in Egypt, Israel, and in many European and Scandinavian countries.