Dissipative Flexible Containers

Type D Flexible Container

Flexible Containers made from electrostatic discharge materials.

These containers are made of polypropylene raffia containing conductive threads that are not necessarily intertwined to permit low-current discharges known as Corona Discharges


Type D Flexible Container

The  D-SAC® does not require an earthing conductor.

This model is ONLY recommended in situations where all items in the surrounding area are earthed

icon-danger-8In July of 2003, the 1999/92/EC directive also known as ATEX- 137 came into force and was incorporated to Spanish law by means of the ROYAL DECREE 681/2003, of June 12, regarding the health and safety protection of workers exposed to the risks of explosive atmospheres in the workplace.
Explosive atmospheres are generated in the productive processes of many different sectors. An explosion-related risk-assessment study is required in this kind of industry.
Electrostatics is one of the most difficult ignition sources to control and is responsible for a large number of accidents. During production processes, static electricity can be produced during loading, unloading or due to friction with the container.
To avoid these risks, CLIMESA  has designed different types of flexible containers to optimize the passive safety level and the financial resources required.