PP / HDPE Woven Sacks and Bags

Types of small PP Woven Bags

  •   PP Woven Sacks / Bags.
  •  PP Woven Sacks / Bags with Liner.
  •  PP Woven Laminated Gussetted Bags.
  •  UV stabilized option.
  •  Laminated & Unlaminated HDPE Bags.
  •  Perforated Bags.
  •  Boxed Bags.
  •  Jumbo Bags.
  •  BOPP Coated Bags.
  •  Cement Bags.

Sample of PP & HDPE Bags

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Woven polypropylene bags or simply woven PP bags are considered to be the toughest packaging bags, widely used to pack materials for grain, milling and sugar industry. Additionally, these bags also find wide application in fodder industry, chemicals and fertilizers industry besides cement industry and other applications like sand, metal parts and concrete etc.

  • Features
  • Benefits
  • Usage
  • Weight As per Required size
  • Width 30″ to 155″
  • Denier 350 to 1200
  • Size 12 TO 90
  • GSM 40 GSM TO 120 GSM
  • Length As per Required
  • Colors Any Colour
  • Printing All
  • Packing As per Requirement
  • Bag opening As per Requirement
  • PE lining As per Requirement
  • Laminated/Coated As per Requirement
  • Mesh 8 x 8 TO 12 x 12
  • UV Stabilization As per requiment.
  • Moisture Proof – HDPE/PP Bags are inherently moisture repellent
  • Light Weight – HDPE/PP Bags being light weight, offers easy and cheap transportation.
  • Printing – Bright 2/3/4 Colour printing offer aggressive marketing prospects
  • Stackability – No problems in stacking. Can be gusseted to further improve stacking
  • Strength – High Tensile strength and long life.
  • Economical – Highly economical compared to other alternative packing material
  • Can be stored in an open area due to UV-stability,
  • Water and dust proof design due to inside PE liners or laminated on the outside, hence packed materials are protected from outside humidity
  • Chemical
  • Flour
  • fertilizers
  • cement
  • fibers
  • Granules