In the industrial world, big bags are large container bags, generally made of polypropylene raffia, equipped with handles and designed to hold hundreds or even thousands of kilos of material. They are used to handle raw materials such as food flours, polymers, plastic powders, but also fertilisers, resins, sludge and even more compact materials such as aggregates and bricks. Widely used and important, they allow to purchase very large quantities of product, with consequent consistent reduction of price.
Because of their size, when they come from far away, they almost always travel in containers by ship. For some substances, such as paint additives or sugar, the long months of transport can lead to the big bags becoming compacted. The material inside them thickens and becomes so cohesive that it forms a single monolithic block very difficult to handle and, in fact, prevents the product from being extracted. This phenomenon depends primarily on the absorbed moisture and temperature changes, so not only transport, but also inappropriate storage can trigger the problem.
If you find yourself in the position of having to disintegrate these bags to be able to use their contents in a fluid way and you don’t know how to do it, you are in the right place. Apply developed a big bag reconditioner, an industrial machine that massages the bags in depth on the four sides and throughout their height. This means that your big bag can be emptied as easily as the day it was filled.