Packing agricultural items
PP Leno Bags, also known as Leno Mesh Bags, are commonly used for packing agricultural items such as shallot, garlic, tomato, carrot, ginger, orange, papaya, corn, lettuce, peanuts, walnuts, and wood. The mesh bags are of high quality, and the perforations in the bag allow the item to breathe and receive adequate sunlight. Without opening the bag, you can see the things contained inside. Because of their light density and low cost, leno mesh bags are a great packaging option for other materials.
Leno is woven that originated in the textile business. The neighbouring warp tape is wrapped around consecutive weft tapes to produce a spiral pair, thereby locking each weft in place in this weaving method. The plastic weft is produced in the shape of an “8” running the length of the material. A bag fashioned from this pattern is known as a “Leno” bag.
Durability helps many industries
PP Leno bags have high permeability and compressive and break durability, making them an excellent option for plastic packaging for farming and retail goods. Rather than HDPE, PP is utilized to increase mechanical properties. Circular weaves are needed for the development of this sort of textile. PP leno bags are generally made with 750-denier tape. These bags are available in capacities ranging from 10 kg to 80-1200 kg. Bags manufactured can accommodate weights of up to 50 kg and preserve veggies and fruits fresher for extended periods. They are also sturdy, recyclable, and clean. They additionally have the advantage of being light in weight and cost-effective.
In 2004, India consumed around 750 KT of plastic raffia/tape. PP accounted for over 65 per cent of this usage because it provides numerous benefits over HDPE, such as higher structural rigidity at a reduced weight. After PP, HDPE is perhaps the most commonly utilized material to produce woven bags. But, worldwide, leno bags are made completely of PP. RIL, an input materials manufacturer, is expanding the