The full form of FIBC is Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container. They are used to transport food grade substances that are prone to external contamination. FIBCs are designed in such a way that it can suit the safety requirements of the food industry.
When it comes to finding product density, if you have the right materials, equipment available, and skill, then calculating product density becomes quite easy. It is important to keep in mind that finding the right bag is not always as easy as finding a bag that has the correct proportions Apart from proportions, construction type and SWL (safe working load) are also very important. To make sure the bag you are buying not only meets your requirements in terms of proportions but can also deal with the weight of your product you will need to do some sums. You can seek the assistance of calculator as it is quite simple to use, and complete instructions are provided on the Thank You page that will exhibit after the form is filled out. Safety and reliability are considered as the most important priorities. Each bag that is sold has a safe working load (SWL). In order to make sure that the product you are packing will not surpass the SWL of the bag you are concerned about, you will need to know the bulk density of the product you are packing in addition to the cubic foot capacity of the bag.
All that you need to do is just type in your product density, the proportions of your bag, and the calculator will give you the filled weight of the FIBC. These will assist you know just how much weight a bulk bag crammed with your specific product will weigh, enabling you to find an FIBC that has a SWL capacity to deal with what you are putting in it. Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container come in many different styles and sizes and can be customized into almost any three dimensional size feasible for your product. In addition, the dimensions and size of bulk bags are determined by functionality, safety, and usability by the customer.
Thus, it can be clearly understood about the important role that product density plays at the time of selecting a food grade FIBC.