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Wide Access Hide Bulk Container Liner

 


The CorrpakBPS Wide Access Hide Liner is a huge bag which is suspended inside a container and sealed after the cargo has been loaded. It is a very simple and versatile liner used to protect your containerized cargo. Often equipment or materials have to be protected from salt, air, dust, grime and other pollution which collect during transit. The wide opening allows for unrestricted access to the container during the loading of your products.

 
  Two Grade Types:
1. Standard Duty
2. Heavy Duty for extra protection
    (This has an extra layer of felt material which is used to prevent puncturing of the liner as  well as to handle rough transit conditions)
 
 
Installation


The bulk liner is suspended in place by attaching the hanging points to hooks in the roof of the container. Where no hooks are fitted in the container, conventional “S” hooks may be used. No further attachments are necessary.
 

  Handling

The container is loaded in the normal manner using fork lifts or pallet trucks. A reusable heavy duty carpet may be used to protect the bulk liner from punctures when loading and is removed in stages during the operation. As soon as the loading is complete, the oversize open end of the liner is gathered and tied together thus completely sealing the contents. If required, ventilation holes may be punched in the liner to allow air circulation. Where an air-tight chamber is required, packets of moisture absorbent chemicals can be supplied to remove airborne moisture and thus minimize the risk of condensation forming as the container is subject to temperature fluctuation during transit through different climates.
 


 See also  
 

 

 
 - Liner Types
 - Unloading Process
 - Installation of Woven PE or PP Liner
 - Installation of Blown Film Liner
 - Liner Installation Checklist

   

 

CorrPakBPS 2007-2009

506 N. 31st St. Ste 4     Monroe, LA 71201    1-318-699-0108 Phone    1-318-699-0501 Fax

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