to list your business related to any construction categories.
Packing of Cement
The packing of cement is mostly done in our country in conventional jute or gunny bags. These bags have proved to be satisfactory containers as their shape and size make them convenient to handle. If properly handled, they may make three to five trips from the factory to the cement users. However the main drawbacks of such type of packing are as follows:
To improve the quality of packing bags, the National Council of Cement and Building materials has developed an improved jute bag having close-knit design. Such bags are technically superior to the conventional jute bags and they are expected to reduce substantially the loss of cement due to seepage and ingress of moisture. The packing of cement has been made compulsory in these bags by the Gove. Of India. The manufacturers now offer variety of packing bags and have distinct marking on them to identify the type of cement and the name of manufacturer. Some other recommendations are as follows:
(1) The plastic and paper bags are more suitable for protecting the cement from moisture. (2) There is a market for low size bags or packs containing 1 kg, 2kg, 5kg, and 10 kg. It will meet with the needs of consumers requiring small quantity of cement for rural and urban houses. (3) The specific modes of transport and handling facilities to meet the demands of large buyers sh
To Know more about the events about Air Conditioners, Basements, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, Cabinets, Decorating, Design Plans, Doors, Electrical Lightings, Flooring, Home Security, Kitchen, Landscape, Painting, Plumbing, Fixtures and many more..