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Open top construction bag
Duffle top construction bag
|Features of Standard Sand Bag|
|Size||34" x 34" x 38"|
|Handles||4 lifting loops|
|Working Load||2200 lbs|
Our bulk sand bags are the most economical and cost effective way to store and ship inexpensive materials, such as; sand, aggregates, building material, construction material, top soil, dirt, debris, block and others. This is a ONE TON BAG.
Video of Dino bags 14”x26” sand bags, used with 3,000 lbs bulk bags for handling at pipeline work sites.
You can place between 75-90 filled bags in the bulk bag. Safe working load of bulk bag is 3000 lbs.
We have a complete line of sandbags of different dimensions available. Our sandbags contain 1.5 UV stabilizer which provide maxim Sun lights.
We can handle small as well as large sand bag orders and they usually ship the same day you order.
14" x 26" sand bags are packed 500/1000 per bale and then palletized (skid counts vary)
Where do you use sand Bags:
• Flood control and protection
• Redirect storm and debris flows
• Reinforcing existing dike structures
• Erosion control
• Levee construction
• Providing extra weight for traffic / road signs
• Extra weight for winter traction for pickup trucks or cars
Features of our Sandbags:
• White woven polypropylene
• Attached ties for closing bags
• Hemmed top / folded bottom
Fill the bags about one-half full and do not tie them closed. Untied bags form into the dike better than tied bags. Filling sandbags usually is a two-person operation. One member of the team holds the bag on the ground slightly in front of his or her spread feet and the second shovels the sand into the bag. Use gloves to protect the bag holder's hands. The use of safety goggles is desirable, especially during dry and windy days. For large-scale operations, filling sandbags can be expedited by using bag-holding racks, funnels on the back of dump trucks used for sanding operations and various power loading equipment. However, the special equipment required is not always available during an emergency.
How to Fill Sandbags:
Fill the bags one-half to two-thirds full. The bag, when filled, should lie fairly flat. Over-filled bags are firm and don't nestle into one another; tight bags make for a leaky sandbag wall. Tying is not necessary.
How to Stack Sandbags:
Stack sandbags so the seams between bags are staggered. Flip the top of each bag under so the bag won't come open. More information on how to properly use sandbagsfrom Homeland Security.
Other Uses for Sandbags (Woven Polypropylene Bags)
In addition usage of sandbags for flood control they (also called woven polypropylene small bags) can be used to hold feed, grain, grass seed, fertilizer, sugar, beans, rice, gravel and coal in the construction, chemical, agriculture, mining and building materials industries. Please visit Mesh Bags