Bulk Polyprop FIBC Bags

Simplify waste management with FIBC bulk bags. Featuring handles at each corner for easy lifting, these bags come in various sizes to suit your needs, from bulky garden waste to smaller amounts of refuse. Widely used in construction, agriculture and recycling, FIBC bulk bags are a reliable choice for storage and transportation. Many local councils issue them for household recycling, highlighting both their practicality and durability.

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  1. Tudor Bulk Polypropylene Bag, Standard Size, Contractor Version
    3305 in stock
    £5.28 £4.40
  2. Tudor Bulk Polypropylene Bag, Standard Size, Premium Weight Version
    4854 in stock
    £9.00 £7.50
  3. Tudor Bulk Polypropylene Bag, Small Size, Extra Heavy-Duty Triple lined Base Version
    92 in stock
    £10.14 £8.45
  4. Tudor Bulk Polypropylene Bag, Small Size, Premium Weight Version
    1496 in stock
    £8.72 £7.27
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What is an FIBC bulk bag?

An FIBC bulk bag, short for flexible intermediate bulk container, is a large sack made of flexible fabric. Usually made of thick polyethylene material, FIBC bags come in different sizes and can hold up to 4000 pounds of material. They have flexible walls, making them perfect for storing and transporting dry bulk solids. FIBC bags are widely used worldwide because they're durable, reusable and built to withstand immense tensile strength.

What is the difference between IBC and FIBC?

The main difference between Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs) and Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers (FIBCs) lies in their materials and design. IBCs are made of rigid plastics, ensuring durability and dust-free handling. However, they are costlier initially and may not be suitable for site-to-site transfers due to storage constraints. FIBCs, made of non-rigid woven plastics, are cheaper upfront and lighter for shipping. They are disposable, reducing contamination risks, but may have higher ongoing costs for replacement and limited control over discharge.

Are FIBC bags waterproof?

While FIBC bulk bags are made from woven polypropylene strips, which are breathable, they are not inherently waterproof. The woven material allows for airflow, making the bags breathable but not suitable for containing liquids.

Are FIBC bags recyclable?

Yes, FIBC bags are recyclable. They are typically made from polypropylene, which is a type of plastic that can be recycled. After use, FIBC bags can be collected and processed through recycling facilities to be turned into new products or materials.

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