What are the Main Design Principles of Rubble Sacks?

Posted on - 12th October 2020

Rubble sacks from Centurion Packaging are designed according to the density of the goods they will carry.

If you are looking for a specific size of bulk bag, the density of the goods can be calculated by looking at the weight of the load, the distance they will be transported plus how many times of handling plus the type of transport and transport method.

How Rubble Bags are Designed

Here are the four main design principles of rubble bags -

1. Security - This mainly refers to the strength of your rubble bags. As we have already stated, the density of the goods will be calculated using a number of methods such as the weight of the load, a distance of transport, how many times they are handled etc.

2. Difference in Sealing Packaging Materials - Sealing packaging materials are different as are sealing requirements. This can depend on the material being packaged, whether this is a powder, toxic substances or potentially contaminated items. For this type of material requirements could be very strict, prone to moisture or mildew.

3 Usage - When bulk containers are being designed you will need to fully consider the specific uses of the bags such as lifting, transporting or loading material performance.

4. Custody Sex - This should be based on the user's conditions of use, reasonable selection of materials and reasonable ratio. Plastic products have an anti-ageing ability when exposed to the sun, but bulk containers often encountered problems when actually used.

Reliable and High-Quality Bulk Containers

If you are looking for rubble sacks for your business, look no further than Centurion Packaging. We are based in Crewe, Cheshire but work with customers all over the country in many different sectors such as agriculture, building and construction, food processing, recycling and textiles.

Get in touch with us now if you have any questions.

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