To solve the issue of bulk bag slumping and leaning, proper sizing of the bags plays a crucial role.
Firstly, it is essential to select the appropriate size of the bulk bag that matches the intended load capacity and dimensions of the materials being transported or stored. Oversized bags can result in inadequate support and increased chances of slumping, while undersized bags may lead to instability and leaning. Additionally, considering the density and flow characteristics of the materials can help determine the optimal size to prevent slumping and maintain bag stability. By carefully assessing the requirements and choosing the right-sized bulk bags, the risk of slumping and leaning can be significantly reduced, ensuring safe and efficient material handling.