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1. Pick the size for your trash can.
Most can liner sizes are designated by two numbers—width and length (example 33 x 40).
Measuring for the correct liner size:
2. Pick the correct gauge.
The two main types of plastic used to make can liners are Linear Low Density (Low-D or LLD or LLDPE) and High Density (Hi-D or HDPE).
GAUGE CONVERSION CHART
3. Know the capacity of your liner.
Capacity is measured in gallons for trash can liners. It is important to note that ‘Capacity’ does not refer to how much weight a bag can handle. That depends on the quality of plastic, the type of seal and the gauge.
ADDITIONAL THINGS TO CONSIDER
Which is the right seal for your application?
Star Seal (or X-Seal)
The star seal is designed without gussets and eliminates gaps along the seal where leaks can occur.
A gusseted seal is a flat style bag manufactured with both sides tucked in to form gussets.
Do you prefer flat fold or rolled case packs?
Individually Folded Can liners are separately folded, then stacked on top of one another. This allows the end-user to pull liners out of the box with more ease vs. bulk-folded bags.
Cored Roll liners are rolled together on cardboard cylinders (looks similar to a roll of paper towels). Can liners come inside a special box that dispenses with ease.
Coreless Roll liners are rolled together without an internal core. This allows for thinner rolls and prevents excess waste. Rolls are perforated or are interleaved.