Our flexitanks offer a very secure and efficient means of bulk liquid transportation. They’re a popular mode of maritime transport in today’s world.
Generally, our flexibags permit you to transport anything between 10,000 and 24,000 liters at a time. These tanks are perfect for transporting any kind of liquid provided it falls under the classification of non-dangerous liquids.
Essentially, we place these flexible bags in a dry container and fill them with liquid cargo. These days, bulk liquid transport is increasingly becoming a regular substitute for tank containers placed in containers. Today, flexibags can transport non-hazardous liquids, which can function in industrial purposes and food applications. If you’re looking to transport liquids, here’s a list of liquids, which you can transport.
Bulk liquid transportation of milk is an important service that specializes in liquid food grade transportation. Remember, numerous logistical considerations exist when hauling dairy and milk products.
Although the processing starts on the farm, once it’s ready for transportation, the cargo’s integrity and safety become the driver’s responsibility. It’s worth noting that every link in the supply chain is crucial to the milk industry.
The logistics of obtaining the milk demand comprehensive coordination between the producers, haulers, and distributors. Often, our drivers are the sole contact point between the buyers and producers.
There’s an increased use of liquid sugar in confectionery and bakery because it imparts particular properties in baked goods, for instance, sustaining freshness and retaining moisture. Therefore, the baking sector has experienced an upsurge in the use of liquid sugar, which is transportable through bulk.
Our flexitanks can work as a mode of bulk liquid transportation where water is concerned. They can transport water to disaster relief areas, for instance. In this case, they reduce the risk of contamination.
Glycerin is the process in which the production of biodiesel takes place. The chemical is one of the safest and functions extensively in the pharmaceutical and beauty industry. Flexitanks represent numerous benefits for the bulk liquid transport of glycerine. Essentially, the tanks allow supply chain optimization by permitting producers to ship the product to customers directly.
Bulk liquid transport can work for sensitive products such as olive oil without posing the risk of damage and oxygen exposure. The product is one of the most used liquid fat products worldwide for food enhancement and cooking. Shipping this product can be expensive because it needs specific conditions to maintain its integrity. Using flexitanks however offers the best way to preserve the product in transit.
This product has distinct transportation standards and is one of the most popular agricultural oils. Flexitanks offer the ideal means of bulk liquid transportation when it comes to capacity. They provide a quicker deployable and moderately affordable resource for the storage and transportation of palm oils.
A flexitank installation can occur at the container yard or consignee’s premises. It takes almost half an hour to install a flexibag into a 20 ft. container, rolling it on the bottom. To load the flexibag, you connect a hose to the loading connection and pump the liquid in.
Based on the cargo type, it takes approximately ½ hour to fill this tank up. After completion, the flexibag and container are ready for transportation by sea or road. At the delivery place, the only equipment necessary is a pump for cargo discharge.
Some liquids exhibit particular physical and chemicals where they become more viscous throughout lower temperatures or storage. To permit smooth unloading of such cargoes, an installed heating pad is essential in the container along with the flexibag.
You can use hot water or steam to warm the cargo and pad before loading commences, permitting the easy discharge of cargo. According to flexitank manufacturers, it’s possible to transport virtually any non-hazardous liquid. Beware that they’re unsuitable for dangerous cargoes.
The following are some of the common sources of leaking flexibags:
A flexibag first needs installation in a shipping container and this process should only take place under proficient personnel and approved by the manufacturer. The installation typically occurs in container depots and warehouses.
Our clients maintain their confidence in us because we work to validate the container’s suitability, line the interior of protective material, position the bulkhead and flexibag while ensuring everything is in excellent condition.
We then take the container to the loading place where filling takes place through a simple process, particularly with the bottom loading system. We take great care to respect the loading parameters and never open the container’s left door.
Once our flexitank arrives at the intended destination, you’ll just open the right door, fix the hose to the valve and drain pump while waiting for the flexibag to empty. This process might take between 30 and 60 minutes based on both the pump’s capacity and product viscosity.
When the flexibag is virtually empty, we recommend you double the flexibag to prevent losses. This will push the outstanding flexitank from the flexibag’s mouth and allow complete downloading.
Once loading takes place, container transportation is similar across other cases. Remember, not all flexibag manufacturers have certification from all shipping lines. Furthermore, not all have passed the COA stress tests.
Therefore, it’s important to make sure that the transported container arrives by sea without any issues. Eventually, the container’s transportation occurs by rail to make sure the manufacturer has approval purposely to approve it for the rail system.
Bulk liquid transportation offers an efficient means of transporting various liquids using flexitanks. If you’re seeking a reliable means of transportation consider flexibags for your needs.