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Can Liner Sizing Guide

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Understanding Can Liners can save you Big Money!

The two basic types of can liners most commonly used are

Linear Low Density and High Density : each with their own unique advantages

Linear Low Density Advantages: High Density Advantages:
-superior stretch properties minimizes punctures and tearing

-an excellent choice for waste with sharp of jagged edges

-great multi-purpose liner material

-up to 3x stronger and half the weight of LLD

-an economical choice for heavy, soft, wet refuse

-superior vapor and moisture protection allows for USDA and FDA approval for food use

-require smaller, lighter cases. Which lower freight, storage and warehousing costs

-more temperature resistant than LLD

Sizing: Each container should have a gallon capacity, or size printed on it.

Width: To calculate the proper width for container, divide circumference of the container by two.

Square Circumference : sum of all 4 sides Round Circumference: diameter multiplied by 3.14

                                       

Length: for round or square containers, add 4-5 inches (for overhang) to the height of the container.

Trash Can: Gallon: Size: Low Density Liner: (black) High Density Liner: (clear)
10 24x24 JAGL2423L

200/cs

JAGRH2424L

1000/cs


20 30x36 JAGL3036H

200/cs

JAGRH3037S

500/cs

32 33x40 EL3339BLK

100/cs

JAGRH3340S

250/cs

44 40x48 EL4048BLK

100/cs

JAGRH4048S

250/cs

   55 38x60 EL3860BLK

100/cs

JAGRH3860S

200/cs

   60 43x48 EL4348BLK

100/cs

JAGRH4348S

200/cs