Since the Woven Fabric Sacks allow breathing, it resists condensation and keeps the pack materials protected for longer time. These bags are the traditional form of bags and the rough surface makes it ideal for making sacking bags. These bags are easier to mark, print and resist tearing.
These bags are used for packing cement, sand, agro products, rice, sugar and other bulky items. These are also ideal for transporting bulk food items like Onions, Potatoes, Flour rice and Fertilizers.
The Woven Fabric Sacks are highly advantageous due to its UV Stabilization, its ability to withstand high temperatures, mechanical stress and many more external factors. Being strong in terms of tensile strength and being extremely good in terms of elongatin, it ensures high resistance to wear and tear. These light weight Woven Sacks male handling easier and also do not damage the contents of the sacks in bad weather conditions as they are water proof.
There is an interesting fact to be known about these Woven Fabric Sacks. The Indian Institute of Technology of Delhi conducted a study of exhaustive life cycle on various types of bags. These bags were used for the packaging if several commodities like cement, fertilizers and food grains. Some of these products have been so far reserved exclusively for jute bags essentially to protect the jute growing community. The study involved the entire life cycle right from the production of raw materials, conversion to bags and transportation of the packed commodity product to the disposal and recovery of the basic raw materials.
This study has revealed some interesting facts of the various materials of the respective bags. Woven Bags that are made from HDPE/PP are much lighter when compared to jute and paper bags. Additionally these Woven Bags saved 3 to 5 times of packaging materials than the jute and paper bags. The less amount of material used by the woven bags obviously would mean it will save significant amount of energy during manufacture of its raw materials and their conversion into bags. The study revealed that the jute bags required as much as 50% more energy and that paper required as much as 300% more energy when compared to these Woven Bags. The manufacturing process of the Woven Bags required very insignificant amount of water than the jute bags and paper bags. Similarly when it comes to the consumption of the chemicals, for woven bags it is considerably very less than it is required in the case of jute and paper bags. The lighter weight of the woven bags means that it would appreciably save on fuel and therefore energy during the transportation of these bags.
Another yet important fact of the woven bags is that they can be easily recycled or incinerated to produce energy after their use is completed. The energy saved during recycling of the woven bags is higher compared to the other types. These bags can provide sustainable development and is fully recyclable or renewable and they help in protecting the environment better than the other two types of bags.
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