Frequently asked questions

Industrial packaging

Industrial packaging differs from other types of packaging in the level of protection that provides for long-term storage, also in the thickness and strength of the material being used.

It is important to know the use that will be given to each container and especially the load to be transported and the number of uses. Based on this, the weight of the fabric to be used will be defined, the mesh, the loading and unloading spouts, safety factor, type of seams and type of handles, among many other technical and constructive details to consider.

They can be developed for as many kilos as it is necessary to load. The most standard is 500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 kilos.
Big bags and woven polypropylene bags are made of 100% virgin material and are therefore recyclable.
  • The U-Panel big bags are built in 3 panels, one that runs the entire length forming the bottom and two sides, plus two additional pieces sewn to the U shape.
  • The circular big bags are made with a piece of tubular fabric that makes up all their sides, allowing the top and bottom of the bag to be sewn.
  • The 4-panel big bags are constructed of four individual pieces of PP fabric, sewn one piece with another to form a square structure.
The 3 types of big bags, once filled, will keep their square shape.


It means that the product will reach its complete consumption and desintegration by microorganism and return to nature. In other words, if you throw a product on the ground, it will degrade into natural compounds and disappear into in approx. 60-90 days.

It means that the product will be decomposed in organic material by bacteria and fungi into healthy and productive soil. This material can be used then for many purposes. 
They can be used to contain hot and cold food as well as in Microwaves and refrigerator. These containers do not transfer any colour, taste or odour to the food. The sustainable temperature range is not lower than -20°C and not higher than +140°C.
The plants sources used in the production of our products are sustainable because they are renewable in a very short period of time. Just as a comparison, Paper is not sustainable since it is made from trees, which take 30-40 years to reach maturity.
Biodegradable products have an estimated shelf life of two years. Products should be stored in a cool dry area to achieve maximum life period.
The heat induced by pressing gives structural strength to the product and the inter-fiber bonding gives it water and oil resistance.

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