PP WOVEN SACKS are used as packaging materials in different industries like Cement, Fertilizer, Food Grains(Rice, Sugar, flour, Wheat, Pulses etc.) and other materials. PP woven sacks can be available in varied colors and combinations, designs and sizes to choose from and can also be laminated. PP woven sacks allow sufficient passage of air to the packed items and ensure the phenomenon of ‘breathing’ space in packed grains.

Product Detail

Type A


Type A FIBCs are made of plain-woven polypropylene and other non-conductive fabrics. Static electricity is generated as products move over or rub against the inside surface of the bulk bag when they are filled/emptied. There is no static protection provided by Type A FIBCs Type A bulk bags can be used to safely transport non-flammable products. There should not be any flammable solvents or gases present around a Type A FIBC


Type A FIBCs are made of plain-woven polypropylene and other non-conductive fabrics. Static electricity is generated when the product moves against the surface of the bag while being filled or emptied. Shouldn’t be used for carrying inflammable materials or kept near a potentially combustible environment. Type A FIBCs can transport non-combustible products safely.


Safe use for type A bulk bags:

  • To transport non-flammable products.
  • No flammable solvents or gases present around the bag.

Type B


Like Type A bulk bags, Type B bulk bags do not have any mechanism for dissipating static electricity. The difference is that Type B bulk bags are made from materials that have a low breakdown voltage to prevent the occurrence of highly energetic, and dangerous propagating brush discharges (PBD). Although Type B FIBCs can prevent PBD, they cannot be considered antistatic FIBC because they do not dissipate electrostatic charge. Normal brush discharges can still occur, which can ignite flammable solvent vapors.


Type B bags contrast from Type A bags in the ability to breakdown charges through the texture, including the coating, which will be sufficiently low enough to forestall electrostatic releases, for example, proliferating brush releases (< 4kV). Flash releases may happen from the outside of FIBC Type B in the event that they become sullied by, or covered with, a conductive material (water, oil or grease, for instance). Safety measures should be taken to keep the bags away from such tainting and to keep it away from conductive articles, for example, instruments or metal clasps being set on the FIBC. In spite of the fact that Type B mass bags can forestall proliferating brush releases, they are NOT viewed as anti-static mass bags since they don’t disperse an electrostatic charge. Even though Type B bags can be used for the purpose transporting dry flammable powder, but it should be in contact with metal or any gaseous or flammable items from outside, since outer cover does have the ability to breakdown static electricity, making the bag unsuitable and risky for transportation of flammable items.


Safe use for type B bulk bags:

  • To transport dry, flammable powders.
  • No flammable solvents or gases present around the bulk bag.
  • Intended to be used in environments with dust with ignition energies less than 3mJ.

Type D


Type D FIBCs are made from antistatic and static dissipative fabrics designed to safely prevent the occurrence of incendiary sparks, brush discharges and propagating brush discharges without the need for a connection from the FIBC to a designated ground/earth. Type D bulk bags such as Crohmiq™ bulk bags are manufactured with fabric containing quasi-conductive yarns that safely dissipate static electricity into the atmosphere via safe, low-energy corona discharge. Type D FIBCs can be used to safely package combustible products and handle products in combustible and flammable environments.


If the minimum ignition energy of the combustible dust present when bilk products are handled exceeds 1000 mega joules and is less than 3 mega joules, it is safe to use Type D bag. Type D FIBC is safe for use in non-flammable, explosive dust, gas and vapour filled atmospheres. The bag does not require grounding or earthing. It is advisable to use Type D bags inevitably in industries that experience a high risk of electrostatic hazards, prominent among them being minerals, foods, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals. The safety features inherent in the FIBC assists in removing inherent hazard of grounding failures which always remain present in FIBC Type C or other conductive bags. Grounding errors can occur due to manual failures. As you switch away from Type C grounded bags to Type D, you are assured of the proven safety of these bulk containers.


Safe use for type D bulk bags:

  • To transport flammable powders.
  • When flammable vapors, gases, or combustible dusts are present.

Salient Features

  • The 1-and 2-loop big bags give high flexibility and improved logistics.
  • White fabric color is standard, others colors also available (green, blue, yellow etc)
  • Big bags can be made for loads from 400 kg up to 3,000 kg. Fabric weights from 90 up to 200 g/m ^2.
  • Available in different sizes/volumes from 400 liter up to 2,000 liter.
  • May be delivered on pallets for manual filing lines or on reels for automatic filling lines.
  • Safety factors 5:1, UN, 8:1
  • The inner liner can be provided in different designs and thickness for optimal performance.