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BIB Pouch

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BIB Pouch

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BIB Pouch, main for wine or juice packaging, and all kinds of liquid in food industry, material with PET, PE, LDPE, ALU FOIL, VMPET, LDPE, LLDPE.

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BIB Pouch, main for wine or juice packaging, and all kinds of liquid in food industry. Material with PET, PE, LDPE, ALU FOIL, VMPET, LDPE, LLDPE. Good impermeability and Best product quality. Operation is simple and convenient. Best Price and reliable parts.

Features of BIB Pouch
1. Professional Quality, Full Range, High-end Products.
2. Exceptional Products at Reasonable Prices. (More quantity cheaper price)
3. Custom-made available.
4. Provide a service of coordinated process.

“BiB” redirects here. For the AC/DC album, see Back in Black. A bladder pack and a complete bag-in-box.

Several bag-in-box containers (here, containing soft drink syrup), connected to afountain drink system.

In packaging, a bag-in-box or BiB is a type of container for the storage and transportation of liquids. It consists of a strong bladder (or plastic bag), usually made of several layers of metallised film or other plastics, seated inside a corrugated fiber board box. The bag is supplied to the “filler” as an empty pre made bag. The “filler” then generally removes the tap, fills the bag and replaces the tap. The bags are available as singles for semi-automatic machines or as web bags, where the bags have perforations between each one. These are used on automated filling systems where the bag is separated on line either before the bag is automatically filled or after. Depending on the end use there are a number of options that can be used on the bag instead of the tap. The bags can be filled from chilled product temperatures up to 85 degrees Celsius. There is also now a technology available called FSF (form seal fill) and pioneered by Scholle where equipment is supplied to the filler who manufactures the bags on-line from reels of film, then the Flex Tap is inserted then filled on an integral rotary head filler on the Scholle line. This technology is currently limited to the packing of wine products.

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