Baffle bag

Baffle Bulk Bags (also called Baffle FIBCs or Q Bags) are an ideal way to save money through maximising the amount of material you are able to transport in one go.

The “ Baffle Bag”  design is constructed by sewing inner baffles across the four corners of the Bag. These baffles are manufactured specifically to allow the material to flow into the corners of the bag, they prevent the sides from bulging out or the bag from falling over when being stored or transported thus giving bag the sturdiness and straight shape.

When filled, ordinary bulk bags can bulge out at the sides, due to the internal pressure of the material being packed. This gives the bulk bags a somewhat ‘inflated’ look, with the sides tending to bow outwards.

In many instances this is not an issue but where you need to make sure that you get the most number of bags into a limited space this can create problems.

The answer to this is the Baffle Bulk Bag – Simply put, these FIBCs or Q Bags, are manufactured with sections of light weight material stitched into the sides to reinforce the bags structural integrity. The result is that these types of bulk bag retain their square shape and do not bow outwards when filled.

 Benefits of Baffle Bag

• Ability to fill 30% more material per bag as compared to the standard FIBC because of  uniform material flow to all four corners

• Reduced spillage and better usage and optimization of the available storage space

• Directly impacts the Transportation cost due to the ability to fill more material in bag.

• Improved stacking in the warehouse makes it look neater and improves overall  aesthetical appeal

  • Cost-effective: Baffle bags are typically more cost-effective than rigid containers and offer flexibility in handling various types of materials.
  • Easy handling: They often come with lifting loops or handles for easy maneuvering with forklifts or cranes.

• Remains within the Pallet dimensions when filled

Baffle bags are available in various sizes and configurations to suit different industries and applications. They are commonly used in agriculture, construction, chemicals, mining, and food processing industries, among others, for the efficient handling and transport of bulk goods.

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