What is a plastic intermediate bulk container?
Also, called plastic IBCs or IBC plastic water tanks, a plastic intermediate bulk container is designed to store 1000L of hazardous or non-hazardous liquids or solvents. Commonly used by remote operators, such as mining companies, farming communities or refueling suppliers. Plastic IBCs effectively stores and transports bulk liquid.
Plastic IBCs provide major cost and environmental savings, as well as meeting all quality control measures for the storage of hazardous and non-hazardous bulk liquids.
Where to buy plastic intermediate bulk containers – Tank Management
Tank management stocks the following categories of plastic IBCs:
- - UN/Dangerous Goods Approved
- - FDA approved food grade units
- - Reconditioned A or B grade units, with or without external steel frames
- - Reconditioned food grade units
- - Reconditioned waste liquid units
- - Reconditioned SX UN DG (hazardous zones 1 & 2, explosion cats 11A or 11B)
- - Steel, plastic or timber based units
Benefits of using an intermediate bulk container for storage
Since our plastic IBCs are designed to be stored both horizontally and vertically, they not only provide safe and secure storage of hazardous and non-hazardous bulk liquids and solvents, but they also save space. Their tight cubical shape and 4-way forklift entry points make them easy to move, stack and transport.
Constructed from high density polyethylene or heavy duty UV stabilized linear low density polyethylene with an external galvanised steel protective cage, our plastic IBCs are reusable, lightweight, safe and reliable, as well as easy to fill and discharge.
- - Vertically stackable and space saving
- - Reusable and recyclable
- - Efficient filling and discharge times
- - Easy to move, stack and transport
How to clean a plastic IBC container from chemicals
Tank Management provides an IBC Cleaning and Testing service, along with dangerous goods recertification on all steel and plastic IBCs. Through our IBC Collection Service, any intermediate bulk containers that cannot be reused are broken down and recycled. We can collect all used steel and plastic IBCs from most locations, including remote and rural areas.
For help selecting the plastic IBCs that are right for your business, please call us on 1800 333 124 or send us an email today.