Big Bag ADR Approved
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Big Bag ADR Approved

Approved for ADR transport. With internal bag. Anti-leak seams.


Big Bags for all kinds of activities:


We have a wide variety of Big Bags, both approved and non-approved:

Among the approved ones, there are Big Bags approved for ADR transport, and those approved for asbestos removal.

Or simpler and more economical Big Bags, such as those with built-in liner or loading and unloading valves, etc.


Recommended for the following sectors:

big bag homologado asrConstruction sector.
Metallurgical sector.
Public Works Sector.
Waste Management Sector.
Paper Sector.
Agricultural Sector.
Fishing – Aquaculture Sector.
Food Sector.
Ceramic Industry Sector.
Cement Industry Sector.

Chemical Industry Sector..

Below is the detail of all the Big Bags available and their characteristics:

Big Bags available
Product Ref. Characteristics Dim.(cm) Cap. App.
Big Bag ADR Approved BBH With internal bag and anti-leak seams. 90 x 90 x 120 1.000 Kg. YES
Big Bag Asbestos Approved BBAM Homologated for asbestos removal. 90 x 90 x 100 1.000 Kg. YES
Big Bag with Closing Liner BBC Flat bottom, closing liner and four handles. 90 x 90 x 100 1.000 Kg. NO
Big Bag with Loading Valve BBVC Flat bottom, four handles and loading valve. 100 x 100 x 100 1.000 Kg. NO
Big Bag with Dump Valve BBVD Flat bottom, four handles and dump valve. 90 x 90 x 90 1.000 Kg. NO
Big Bag with Discharge Valve and Closing Liner BBVD-C Flat bottom, four handles, discharge valve and closing liner. 90 x 90 x 90 1.000 Kg. NO
Big Bag without Closing Liner BBA Open and flat bottom, without silk-screen printing. 90 x 90 x 80 1.000 Kg. NO

Big Bag; the most practical packaging.

Big bags, or FIBC (Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers) are waste containers used to store and transport both bulk products and waste for management and disposal. They are flexible containers in the shape of a large square bag, hence the name “big-bag”, and stand out mainly for their strength, as they support a lot of weight and are a very simple and practical type of packaging.

In addition, most big bags have a total top opening, through which the contents to be transported are introduced, and they usually have handles or straps for easy transport.


The big bag has a long history in the world of dangerous goods handling. It began to be used in the 1940s mainly for the rubber industry and, in the 1960s, it was also used in other sectors such as the oil and chemical industries.

Since then, the design has continued to evolve into the practical and safe product it is today: a container that facilitates production and handling capacity and is widely used in different types of industries.