Valve Bag


Good to know: Open bags are the best solution for monoproducts, which are bagged at extreme speeds and are unlikely to produce dust. For all other cases, valve bags are preferred. They offer a host of advantages, such as low-dust bagging and secure sealing options. Therefore, cement is generally best bagged into open bags, while the bagging of colour pigments is best done with a valve-bag solution. Just compare the benefits. Valve bags can offer you serious added value. Our News section contains various interesting customer cases that substantiate the market benefits for our customers in a transparent manner.
Let’s evaluate together which type of bag is best suited for your applications. Here, we present a clear overview of our solutions, their benefits, and any technological extensions. We look forward to discussing the options with you.

BVP 4.40 LUFTPACKER ABSACKUNG VON: Pulvern und feinkörnigen Produkten
Gross-weight pneumatic packer BVP

BVP 4.40 LUFTPACKER ABSACKUNG VON: Pulvern und feinkörnigen Produkten
Gross-weight pneumatic packer BVPV

Gross-weight impeller packer BVT

Der VeloVac von Greif-Velox, Feststoffabfüllung
Gross-weight vacuum packer VELOVAC

Ein Produktbild VeloStar von Greif Velox
Enclosed system model VELOSTAR

Fully automatic valve bag placer VALVOMAT

Ultrasonic sealing unit - VALVOSEAL

Valve cutter VALVOCUT


Any questions?

In open-mouth bag filling, the bag is not sealed on one side, and the bags are then sewn together at the top or welded across the entire width of the bag. For valve bag filling, the bags are filled through the much smaller bag valve. Compared to open-mouth bag filling, valve bag filling results in less dust, and the bags are also closed via a significantly smaller cross-section.

Whether it is bagging machines, filling systems, palletization, or entire full-lines: Our solutions are not mass-produced off the shelf for the customer to adapt to, but they are designed to adapt to the customer’s needs.

For example, our filling machines can fill granules such as aluminum silicate, tannins, methyl and nitrocellulose, mineral fertilizers and organic fertilizers, and pesticides.