SAFE PACKING FOR YOUR BULK GOODS
With a historical link to local manufacturing in Colchester dating back to the 1960s, Rosenflex has plenty of experience with the design, manufacture and supply of quality Bulk Bags.
The miniBulk FIBC is arguably the most cost-effective way of transporting products in a semi-bulk form and weighs only a tiny fraction of the weight carried. A typical miniBulk bulk bag weighs between 2-4kg and is most frequently used to carry 1,000kg of any free-flowing solid (bead, flake, pastille or powder) so holds upwards of 500 times its weight, this is why it is referred to as a one-tonne bag.
In addition, the miniBulk must pass rigorous tests that prove its integrity. When rated to carry 1,000kg for example, the test stress on the bulk bag is in excess of 6,000kg for a multi-trip bag, meaning it has a built-in safety factor of 6:1. This shows the miniBulk FIBC itself is extremely strong and is arguably the most efficient and environmentally friendly way of filling, transporting and discharging products locally, regionally and globally when used correctly.
Each bulk bag can be individually tailored to your filling, handling and transporting needs and to your customer’s storage and discharging requirements. This means you have a bespoke bag that will improve your brand and ensures that your products arrive safely and in good condition.
The full explanation of the FIBC fabric types can be found here
- OPTIONS for fibc's
Innovating and promoting more sustainable solutions is one of many responsibilities for a packaging provider and partner supplier to some of the largest industries. Continual investment into R&D is helping achieve that responsibility. Here are some options that can make your FIBC more sustainable:
GREEN LINER > Along with LDPE, MDPE, HDPE, LLDPE, EVOH, Aluminium & PA. R&D have found a way to create a sustainable “green” liner using starch-based materials.
MULTI-TRIP > 6:1 Multi-Trip FIBC’s are designed in accordance with ISO21898 for multiple trips/uses.
MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT > Technical innovation, engineering and material development can reduce the fabric weight of FIBC’s whilst maintaining bag strength and integrity