Types of Container Liners

Container liners are available in 20 ft and 40 ft, which are the most common. We also have stock available in 30 ft and 45 ft, but these aren’t requested as often. Read more about the general features and benefits of Container Liners here.

To facilitate the loading and discharging of large volumes of goods they are capable of holding, the Container Liners usually have one or more filling spouts on top and one or more discharge spouts on the bottom, but other loading and discharging options are also available.

The physical properties of goods to be stored determine the container liner´s characteristics and its fabric. The density of the product being stored; its melting properties, its position at rest, and its behavior on different surfaces depending on the texture are all conditions that should be taken into account when selecting the most suitable Container Liner.

Classification of Container Liners by their fabric or type of material

  • Polypropylene Container Liner (PP)
  • Polyethylene Container Liner (PE)
  • Aluminum Container Liner
  • HDPE Container Liner
  • Fluidizing Container Liners

Other classification elements

Container Liners also incorporate other elements to facilitate loading and discharge case by case for each product, depending on the customer’s facilities, which identify and classify them according to these elements.

  • Filling spouts on top
  • Discharge spouts on the bottom
  • Discharge spouts at the back
  • Partial openings or total upper openings
  • Back filling windows

The closing of each of these elements can also be customized to the requirements of each load, using straps, velcro, or zips accordingly.