Bulk Bags Manufacturer in Pretoria

Bulk Bags Manufacturer in PretoriaBulk bags in Pretoria – Design and manufacturer of bulk bags in Pretoria. – Bulk Bags, 1ton bags, polypropylene bulk bags, FIBC bulk bags, and poly woven bulk bags. These are all names for a flexible intermediate bulk container (FIBC), which is commonly referred to as bulk bags. Sak ‘n Pak design and manufacture bulk bags for Pretoria. Sak ‘n Pak delivers bulk bags to the bulk-bags-manufacturer entire Pretoria, which includes Johannesburg, Pretoria, Centurion, Midrand,  Olifantsfontein, Kempton Park, Pomona, Jetpark, Isando, Spartan, Modderfontein, Boksburg, Benoni, Delmas, Springs, Nuffield, Germiston, Alberton, Meyerton, Alrode, Krugersdorp, Chamdor, Factoria, Robertville, Amalgam, Randfontein, Vereeniging, Vanderbijlpark, Carletonville, Brits, Kya Sands and Lanseria. Bulk bags are industrial containers made of flexible fabric that is designed for storing and transporting dry, flowable products.  Bulk bags are made of thick woven polypropylene, either coated or uncoated.

Sak ‘n Pak design and manufacture bulk bags for Pretoria for a wide variety of products in the mining, agricultural and industrial sectors. This includes products like:

  • Fertilizer
  • Minerals
  • Ferro Chrome
  • Chemicals
  • Salt
  • Soda ash
  • Lime
  • Gypsum
  • Maize
  • Grain
  • Flour
  • Samp
  • Feed
  • Sugar
  • Pre-mix cement

Sak ‘n Pak is one of the leading manufacturers of bulk bags for Pretoria.  We design and manufacture bulk bags to every customer’s specific needs, from ½ ton to 1.5 ton. We offer a wide variety of bulk bags which includes the following:

  • Standard polypropylene material, 150 to 200 GSM
  • Laminated polypropylene material
  • Open top bulk bags
  • Bulk bags with liners
  • Bottom spout
  • Top spout
  • Duffel top
  • 1- 4 Colour printing
  • All Bulk Bag fabric and webbing is UV stabilized

The bulk bag manufacturing process consists of three basic steps.

Extrusion: Virgin polypropylene granules, calcium carbonate, ultra violet stabilizer and colour pigment being melted and converted into tapes in an extrusion plant. This is the first stage and determines the tensile strength of the tapes.

Weaving: The extruded tape bobbins are loaded on to a creel (warp tapes) and threaded through the headle wires of a circular loom. Weaving looms consists of 4, 6 and 8 shuttles which are loaded with bobbins (weft tapes). Here the tapes will be woven into fabric of a required GSM and size, and will be wound in roll form.

Converting: This consists of a cut, print and sew operation. All the different components are cut to size with heat cutters. This includes polypropylene material for the main body, webbing for the lifting loops and other accessories like spouts and tops. Next the bulk bag fabric is printed on an individual single pass flexographic printer before all the components are sewn together with   manual sewing machines to form a completed bulk bag.

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