When packaged with a bigbag, the static electricity is released which causes electrostatic discharge due to the structure of the material. This static electricity is important according to the nature of the product transported. To prevent static electricity from causing problems with the product and the environment, Bigbags are evaluated in 4 different categories with the regulation of IEC 61340-4-4 Ed. 3.0 B:2018 Electrostatics – Part 4-4: Standard test methods for specific applications – Electrostatic classification of flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBC).
It is a Bigbag type which can be used in products that can carry many products easily and do not cause problems as static electricity. During production and usage, there are no sharp rules. However, it should never be used in the packaging of products with a risk of burning and explosion.
These Bigbags, which have a surface tension not exceeding 6 kV, are not capable of discharging static electricity. To prevent spark formation, the Bigbag surface should be free of water, oil, etc. and there should be no clips or tools in contact with the Bigbag surface. It should never be used in the packaging of products that has a risk of burning and explosion.
This specially designed and has interconnected network consists of conductive tapes FIBC, gronds the electrostatic electricity safely by grounding. Thus, it’s prevented against the damages on environmaent and the product. It is important to remember that grounding is strictly must when using these Bigbags.
These Bigbags must be used when the products in the form of flammable, flammable powder are in the environment and there is flammable explosive solvent and gas in the environment.
They should be used to transport products in the form of flammable, combustible powder.
Also they should be used when there is flammable explosive solvent and gas in the environment.
It transmits static electricity to the atmosphere without any grounding requirement. It is a highly preferred Bigbag in case of personnel forget or grounding missing.