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Old 04-09-2012, 01:53 PM
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hey guy .... been meaning to check back with you about the bigger mylar bags for 30 gallon and 55 gallon drums .... you ever make them an inventory item?
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Heya, my apologies for the ultra slow reply. My free reading time has been pretty much eliminated and I haven't been over here for months, sorry about that! My wife is pregnant with twins and between that and the business I'm usually sacked out as soon as I can be!

I've had some requests over the years for the 55 gallon drum bags, but I haven't found a manufacturer yet who can make them reasonably priced (many can't make them at all due to the size) in the Mil weight I'd be comfortable with (6.0+ for a bag this size) I've seen some at 4-4.5 mils for $15 or so, but I would have a hard time trusting 350+lbs of food in a 4 mil bag.

For us, the hardest thing would be doing quantities sufficient for a press run. For something like this, 3-4k units would be a standard run...and at $10 or more each, that's a heckuva investment for a product that might take 3 years to sell through.=) We did produce our first 50"+ bag (11"x55" at 7.5 mils for gun storage) and they're awesome, I'll run by what the pricing would be just to confirm as I know our current manufacturer has the presses to do it.

Again, sorry for being incommunicado!
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Heya, my apologies for the ultra slow reply. My free reading time has been pretty much eliminated and I haven't been over here for months, sorry about that! My wife is pregnant with twins and between that and the business I'm usually sacked out as soon as I can be!

I've had some requests over the years for the 55 gallon drum bags, but I haven't found a manufacturer yet who can make them reasonably priced (many can't make them at all due to the size) in the Mil weight I'd be comfortable with (6.0+ for a bag this size) I've seen some at 4-4.5 mils for $15 or so, but I would have a hard time trusting 350+lbs of food in a 4 mil bag.

For us, the hardest thing would be doing quantities sufficient for a press run. For something like this, 3-4k units would be a standard run...and at $10 or more each, that's a heckuva investment for a product that might take 3 years to sell through.=) We did produce our first 50"+ bag (11"x55" at 7.5 mils for gun storage) and they're awesome, I'll run by what the pricing would be just to confirm as I know our current manufacturer has the presses to do it.

Again, sorry for being incommunicado!


hey guy ... thanx for the reply back - I'd actually forgot about this thread ....

in regard to the ultra-large mylar bags .... agreed that that the 6 mil would be the best overall ... but the prepper usage would be primarily bulk grain/ beans/rice into new 30 & 55 gallon steel/fibre drums ..... the 4 mil mylar would be well supported by the barrel wall and shouldn't be under any strain .... most of these filled drums will ever be moved once loaded down

$15 is a workable price .... alternative is using 9 to 10 of the 20 X 30 bags ....
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