FIBC Type C are made from fabrics that have inter-connected static dissipative or conductive threads, which is why they're known as conductive FIBC or groundable FIBC. Originally they were made from entirely conductive materials, but now groundable Type C FIBC are more commonly made from non-conductive polypropylene interwoven with conducting yarns, normally in a grid pattern. The conductive yarns must be electrically interconnected and connected to designated ground or earth bonding points. The ground or earth bonding points must in turn be connected to a system ground or earth during all bulk bag filling and emptying operations.
We are able to provide the shortest lead time in the industry for Type C bulk bags that meet a number of specifications. Below are several of the specifications we can meet:
(W X D X H)
|5 to 20 cubic feet||9" X 29" to 31" X 31"||38"||Used for higher bulk density products or smaller weight requirements.||Request a Quote|
|21 to 75 cubic feet||35" X 35" to 37" X 37"||46"||Most common for all products. Used in truck shipmens and export containers.||Request a Quote|
|76 cubic feet and up||41" X 41" to 43" X 43"||53"||For smaller bulk density products where height restrictions occur. Used for rail shipments||Request a Quote|
Elway preforms tests to meet Type C bulk bag requirements including electrical breakdown voltage and propagating brush discharge testing. Type C bulk bags also require testing for resistance to ground-able point.
Common products that use Type C bulk bags: