Successfully found the replacement for Sulzer with welded fabric
Big bags FIBC (Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container) signify a very cost-effective and perfect packaging result for the transportation and storage of dry bulk materials.
They are regularly produced using from flat woven polypropylene fabric (PP) or from circular (tubular) woven polypropylene fabrics in the tubular form which may be in coated or non-coated form.
With all the prerequisites we have effectively discovered the replacement of Sulzer with welded fabric for better quality and results. Flat & tubular fabrics, along with PP liners are utilized in the creation of FIBCs.
The longitudinal edges of the fabric are grasped so that the fabric is held fiat, normally under transverse pressure, while heat is applied thereto to mollify or fuse the thermoplastic component of the filaments so that the filaments are welded together where they contact one another at their intersection focuses.
These welds at the intersection focuses are solidified as the fabric is cooled to form a bond between the intersection fibers.
Be that as it may, if the texture is woven without a turned selvage, i.e., simply with the picks laid in the twist and distending from the edges thereof and then rolled up and afterwards moved up and expelled from the loom preceding warmth setting, the crossing filaments tend to shift so that the fabric becomes distorted, particularly at the edges of the fabric.
GSM range from 130 GSM to 230 GSM.