1000 Litre IBC Tank (Recycled)
Recycled Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC) previously used for food use. Will be thoroughly jetwashed and rinsed prior to dispatch. Suitable for the static storage of pure water or other liquids.
Our IBC tank containers are made from quality high density, UN-approved polyethylene plastic. IBC tank containers allow you to safely transport and store pure water. These heavy-duty containers are designed to ensure the easy transportation of liquids while sitting comfortably on wooden and plastic pallets, and forklifts. All our recycled IBC tank containers are easily transported and durable.
What is a recycled IBC?
All pure freedom recycled IBC containers go through a rigorous quality check and inspection to ensure they are in perfect condition and working order. We make sure the containers are leak tested and goes through a cleaning inspection. We replace any damaged lids, gaskets, and valves. All inner bottles, pallets, and cages must be in perfect working order.
Dimensions and specifications
1000 litre capacity
50mm integrated butterfly valve
The top inlet has a 150mm non-vented cap
A maximum liquid density of 1.6 litres
Maximum stacking height while empty: X4 IBCs
Maximum stacking height while full: X2 IBCs
What is an IBC?
An IBC container is a hardy reusable industrial container, designed for the safe and secure transportation of water in bulk. These versatile containers are stackable and can be mounted on pallets, for forklifts and pallet jacks. Designed to allow for hassle-free free stacking and packing the steel frame guarantees the container remains stable and fits perfectly into plastic pallets.
What does an IBC tank stand for?
IBC stands for Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC), which is a container used for the safe transportation and storage of fluids, such as water.
How heavy is an empty IBC?
IBCs can be made from a variety of materials. Classic models like the 1000 litres plastic bottle and steel cage, weigh up to around 65 kg empty, and up to 1150 kg when fully loaded.
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