ID Dunnage Bag Types

 

ID Bags are the convenient way to protect your goods from being damaged during transportation. They have an outstanding load stabilizing capacity and resistance to load shifting. ID Bags can withstand tons of pressure. The durability of  ID bags lies in their well-designed structure. They are composed of an air-tight polyethylene inner layer with a reusable valve and a polywoven outer layer. They are made to fill voids up to 12” (30cm) wide. ID Bags come in 5 different levels: Bison, L1, L2, L3&4, and L5 with a wide range of dimensions.

ID Bison Level 0

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  • They are designed for light duty mainly used in truck shipments, are not AAR verified.
  • They are more economical compared to Level 1 bags.
  • Bison Bags are the equivalent of a 2 ply paper bag.
  • Transportation Method: Truck – Vertical or Horizontal Voids
  • Max. Air pressure: 2-3 PSI

ID Level 1

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  • Paper Equivalent: 2 ply paper bags
  • Transportation Method: Truck/Container – Vertical or Horizontal Voids
  • Max. Air pressure: 2-3 PSI

ID Level 2

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  • Can be used in all shipping containers – either piggyback (container or trailer on the Railroad) or for ocean transport.
  • Paper Equivalent: 4 ply paper bags
  • Transportation Method: Truck/Container/Ocean – Vertical or Horizontal
  • Max. Air pressure: 6 PSI
  • In rail cars they can be used for filling lengthwise voids in loads weighing up to 75,000 lbs.

ID Level 3-4

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  • Level III -IV bags are mainly used in rail cars with load weights from 75.,000 LBS to 205.,000 LBS. They are used for almost all the products, including paper rolls, plywood and bricks.
  • Paper Equivalent: 8 ply Paper bags
  • Max. Air pressure: 8 PSI

ID Level 5

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  • They are used for especially heavy paper rolls and metal coils shipped in rail cars with load weights exceeding 205.,000 LBS or ship hulls. paper rolls, plywood and bricks.Paper Equivalent: Level 5 has no paper equivalent as paper bags are not capable of meeting the strength requirements of the AAR.
  • Transportation Method: Rail/Ocean – Vertical or horizontal Position in Void
  • Max. Air pressure: 10 PSI

ID Square Bag

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ID Square bags were designed and created to serve as the primary function of bracing products with a void space greater than 12 inches wide which cannot be filled with ID Pillow Bags.

 

They are also reusable like rest of the ID Bags. ID Square bags are AAR certified but can not be used for heavy duty applications.

ID Twin Bag