There are two elements you need to protect your FIBCs:
The woven taropods of jumbobag bags made of polypropylene are very strong, resistant and durable. Over time, jumbobags are exposed to direct sunlight and ultraviolet rays, which can cause a decrease in durability and weakening of the fabric. Remember, many bulk jumbo bags should be able to carry your products up to 2 tons. Polypropylene is a reliable material, but you want to avoid anything that could potentially weaken a material that is expected to support more than a ton of weight.
Environmental and natural factors such as storms, rain and snow can all weaken the strength of your big bags over time. In addition, you should put unused bulk big bags in a place where there is no moisture in that place or warehouse, because exposure to even general and normal humidity of that environment will affect the strength and power of your big bags and ultimately can affect the quality of your jumbo bags. Reduce.
Note: Make sure your bags are stored indoors FIBCA does not endorse or support any form of outdoor storage, even if that storage location is moisture and UV free.
Jumbobag bags are very useful when there is no maneuver or use or when not in use due to their lightness and flexibility, and it makes their storage in the cargo and when not in use convenient and easy. Despite these conditions, in order for them to provide these types of features, they produce jumbo bags with strong materials. that in case of lack of proper maintenance, exposed to natural factors, they do not lose their original quality and properties.
How to properly fill jumbobags:
Storing FIBC properly is the best way to extend the life of your big bag and also ensure the quality of the jumbo bag. But the proper way during filling is also very important and necessary. It’s also important to keep in mind at each step of the process how much weight a jumbobag is designed to support. It may seem like a bag can only handle light loads, but jumbobags are made to handle up to 2 tons.
It is worth noting that currently, there is no significant data on the shelf life of jumbo bags or FIBC. Due to a large number of environmental and natural factors that can contribute to the reduction of durability and strength of FIBC, it is important to take the manufacturer’s recommendations seriously and to regularly store your jumbo bags in a suitable environment and continuously. Subject to resistance tests. If you test samples of your used jumbobags and compare the results to new jumbobags, you will find out if there has been a change in quality.