Valve sacks are used for the automated filling of powder, granular and loose fill products.
The versatile sacks can be used for industrials products such as cement, lime and adhesives as well as food products such as sugar, flour and animal feeds.
Valve sacks are available with a sewn or glued bottom and different valve types are available depending on the product being packed and the required closing technique.
All sacks are designed to provide the required amount of stacking, tear and rupture resistance, to meet the physical requirements of your supply chain.
High quality printed sacks allow you to use colour and graphics to promote your product or brand and achieve your marketing objectives.
Our sacks are 100% recyclable and made using FSC certified paper from pine trees harvested from well managed forestry plantations.
What are the features of Valve Sacks ?
Capacity: 10 – 50 kilograms
Available with a sewn or glued bottom
Different valve types available
Cut edges can be stepped or straight
High quality printed up to four colours
Tear and rupture resistant
Different closure techniques
What are the benefits of Valve Sacks ?
Increased production efficiencies over manually filled sacks
Environmental friendly – made from a renewable resource and 100% recycable
Reduction in transit damage due to strength and stability of sacks
Improved shelf life of products, minimising any waste
Opportunity to communicate and promote your product and brand messages
A guaranteed supply from a trusted source
Our certified Chain of Custody is your guarantee of a verifiably sustainable packaging supply chain.
At Smurfit Kappa we understand the importance of sustainability in everything we do, and see it as our responsibility to ensure the products we supply to our customers meet the highest chain of custody standards.
- 100% of paper produced and sourced for our packaging solutions is FSC®, PEFC™ or SFI™ Chain of Custody certified
- 90% of packaging supplied to customers is FSC®, PEFC™ or SFI™ Chain of Custody certified
Look out for our stamp of proof on your invoice to give you total peace of mind around the origin of your paper-based packaging.
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