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Avoiding static discharges

According to the European Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Association (EFIBCA), there are more than 90 million FIBCs in circulation in Europe alone, including bags from outside the region.
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With such huge numbers being used in so many different industries, there are bound to be many safety issues at stake.There are codes and standards for FIBCs, but the problem of electrostatic discharge is still a tricky one to address.
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