Product: Free-flowing bulk powders, pellets, granules and grain.
Installation: The filling sleeves and discharge sleeves correspond with the respective top and bottom holes in the temporary bulkhead. The bulk liner is suspended in place by attaching the fixing points to hooks in the roof of the container. Similar liner retention systems to the top fill bulk liner are employed–namely self-adhesive strips along the bottom of the liner or restraining flaps at the end of the liner.
Handling: The container is usually loaded by pumping or throwing cargo through the filling sleeve. This liner may be inflated before filling. To discharge the cargo, the container is tipped, allowing cargo to flow out of the discharge sleeve into a silo or hopper. Rotary flow pumps are often used to pump the cargo into above-ground silos.