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HDPE Fabric Tape and difference it makes at end user side

The ant is but a minuscule creature in front of the Jumbo Elephant. However even the small sized ant can create havoc if it enters the Elephants drum. No Matter how strong and muscular the Elephant, when caught at his weak spot even the Giant elephant becomes vulnerable and falls down.

Your Jumbo FIBC bag is no different. Designed to hold payload ranging from 500 kgs to 2000 kgs and even more, the FIBC bag definitely needs muscle, in terms of Fabric quality. But it is the edges that always make a packaging vulnerable. So what are FIBC manufacturers really doing to secure the edges of the Bag.

Standard procedure is to stitch an LDPE Liner bag inside the FIBC bag, so that when material is being filled in the back, the Liner provides an additional layer of support to the FIBC Bag.

However one should note that at factory floor, material is not gently filled into the bag, but rather thrust into the bag with full force

of pressure pumps, further to which the bags are moved at great speeds, on the assembly line for further action.

To strength of the FIBC Bag and the inner LDPE lining can be further strengthened, by identifying the pressure points, where the load of thrust filling will be felt maximum inside the bag and strips of HDPE Fabric adhesive tape can be stuck at those points, which will help bear the additional load.

At Presen Bontek we make these kind of fabric adhesive tapes, wherein our tapes have

- Strength - > 12.5 N

- Peel Strength > 5 N per cm

- Fabric Load bearing capacity > 525 N

- Elongation > 20%.

These factors help our clients confidently use our tape while making FIBC bags for any kind of loads. We use

- near virgin grade HDPE fabric to ensure high fabric strength of tape

- in House adhesive formulation , to ensure best adhesion and peel properties

- Prime grade release paper, so that FIBC Bag manufacturers get the best release while using our tapes at their end, which speeds up their processing, while saving on product loss.

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