FIBC Packaging Solution Analyzer™

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Answer these questions and we will help you determine if your process can be improved by using CROHMIQ FIBC.

What is the generic name for the product you are packaging?
What is the physical form of your product?
What type of FIBC are you using or would like to use?
Note: Select all that apply





Is there a requirement for the FIBC to be grounded regardless of the FIBC Type?
If you are not currently using FIBC, please select the type of packaging you are currently using:
Note: Select all that apply





Do you or your customers have any concerns with static electricity?
Do you or your customers use a process involving the following hazards:
Note: Select all that apply





What is your product's Minimum Ignition Energy (MIE)?

Disclaimer: The FIBC Packaging Solution Analyzer is not intended as a standalone decision-making tool. It is intended only for preliminary and general informational purposes. Information is, to the best of our knowledge and belief, accurate and reliable. However, no representation, warranty, or guarantee is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. It is the user's responsibility to satisfy himself as to the suitability and completeness of such information for his own particular use. We do not accept liability for any loss or damage that may occur from the use of this information.

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TEXENE LLC is a leading manufacturer of technical textiles focused on delivering precision engineered, safety performance products worldwide.

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