Bag-In-Box for Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)
Explore the benefits of our bag-in-box packaging solution for diesel exhaust fluid (DEF).
Bag-In-Box for Chemical Packaging
Bag-in-box packaging has evolved from once being most commonly used to package beverages like alcohol, juice, and dairy products to chemicals such as motor oil and detergent. And it’s become increasingly popular for chemicals for the same reasons it became popular in the first place for food and beverage products
Drum & Pail Liners
Our liners are designed to fit snugly inside the drum or pail and create a protective barrier between the chemical that’s being filled and the container it’s being stored in. Liners offer a variety of benefits when it comes to chemical packaging, such as:
- Protecting the drum or pail from rust or corrosion.
- Preventing contamination.
- Assisting with safe transportation (more on that in the next section).
- Ease of maintenance.
Steel Drum & Pail Solution
Steel drums and pails are reusable, versatile, and robust containers used to store and transport a variety of products, including paints and coatings, water, fuel, food items, oils and lubricants, solvents, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and even hazardous waste.
Our drum & pail liners are easily recyclable, allowing auto manufacturers to take their grease drums out of landfills. Once emptied, drums are left residue-free and can be easily reconditioned. Our industry-leading drum and pail liners allow grease drums to be completely recycled without significant water use in the cleaning process, and greatly reduces packaging waste.
Chemical Packaging Safety
Cheertainer® Bag-in-box packaging is absolutely safe for chemicals. The box provides a shell around the bag portion of the packaging, which helps enhance the overall durability and avoid leaks or ruptures in the flexible packaging. It’s also important to use the right type of film and fitment when running bag-in-box packaging. Even with the box portion of the packaging acting as the “shell,” you still don’t want to risk any leaks or ruptures. Leaks tend to happen most often in the space where the film and the fitment or spout meet.