JMP Holdings announces the release of a new range of fast-fill dunnage bags by Stopak featuring an inflator gun and valve that will dramatically reduce filling time with greater safety.
JMP’s new valve and inflation system uses the specially designed patented RAI (Rapid Air Inflation) gun, which fills dunnage bags to an exact pressure and then shuts down once this pressure is achieved, eliminating any guesswork.
Where earlier operators had to quickly close the valve once the bag was inflated to prevent air loss, the new dunnage bags feature an automatic valve closure that seals the bag as soon as the inflator is removed.
Making JMP dunnage bags one of the quickest inflating bags in the world, the RAI gun also comes with a range of attachments to accommodate tricky packaging configurations.
JMP’s new dunnage bags are approved by the Association of American Railroads.
Key features of JMP’s dunnage bags include patented deluxe rapid air inflator with auto shut-off function; economical manual rapid air inflator; flexible extension hoses for tricky inflation situations; patented inflation valve system with leakage protection design; highly durable and flexible Kraft paper for superior strength and performance; and 100% recyclable.
Designed to protect goods during transportation, JMP dunnage bags are easily capable of withstanding tens of tons of pressure and can be used for almost any type of application.
JMP dunnage bags are used in multiple industries including electronics, refrigeration, shipping, wine, food processing, paper, container transport, bricks/plasterboard, chemicals, furniture and cargo handling.
Why use JMP dunnage bags
JMP dunnage bags save money for the manufacturer by reducing costly insurance claims and risk of damaged stock.
Stock arriving partially damaged or completely ruined at the customer’s destination not only inconveniences the buyer but also impacts the manufacturer’s reputation, potentially reducing the frequency of future orders.
JMP dunnage bags are inserted into void spaces inside containers, rail cars or trucks and then inflated with compressed air to the recommended level. As the bag is inflated it gently pushes the load away from itself, wedging it against the walls of the container and creating a solid brace to stabilise the load and prevent any future movement, thus greatly reducing the risk of damage during transit.