FIBC bags are the bulk bags used for fulfilling the very basic requirement of the end users. They normally range from 500KG to 2000KG SWL and are manufactured with a safety factor of 5:1 (Single trip) or 6:1 (Multi trip) usage. They can be manufactured in two types of Lifting designs:
Corner Loop lifting
U+2 Panel design:a very basic design where the belt of the FIBC is stitched along the seams on both sides. These bags are also known as the Corner loop bags since the belt only goes along the corners of the bag.
Cross Corner Loop lifting
Circular woven design:a bag which is specifically designed to hold the loop up for their easy access by the fork lift. The belt is stitched on the fabric and a special reinforcement of fabric is done on the area where the belts are stitched. A bag with such a design is popularly known as Cross corner loop bag as the loops are crossing the corners of the Bulk bag.
FIBCs are made with various ways of filling the bulk material depending on the kind of industry.
Open top, Spout top, Duffle top
The material may be discharged from the FIBC through a spout at the bottom.
Closed bottom (without discharge)
Spout discharge may also be with a B-lock, a special locking system that enables the spout to stay intact and bear the extra load of the bulk material in the FIBC.