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Mulox, Inc.: Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container

April 30, 2002
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The Tripmaster(TM) flexible intermediate bulk container (FIBC) from Mulox, Inc. allows users to cycle bags a minimum of 10 times. Additionally, the Tripmaster, made of polypropylene, is easily recyclable once its service life is over. This reusability performance aids in compliance with environmental legislation while reducing lifetime cost. The company's box and cross loop attachment, together with reinforced fabric, give the Tripmaster its strength and durability. Mulox weaves special multi-filament, high-tenacity polypropylene stress-bearing bands (or tramlines) into the body fabric. With a two-ply construction, the FIBC can bear loads up to 4000 lbs (1800 kg), with a safety factor of 5:1.

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