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|Capacity:||1000L||Dimensions External (mm):||H:920 X L:1200 X W:800|
|Dimensions Folded (mm):||H:450 X L:1200 X W:800||Tare Weight:||140Kg|
|Gross Weight:||150 Kg||Steel Panel Thickness:||1.0mm|
|Base Slope:||7 Deg||Construction:||Hot Dip- Galvanised Mild Steel|
|Stack Qty Full:||2||Stack Qty Empty (Folded):||5|
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Galvanised Mild Steel Stacking Ibc Containers / Tote Liquid Containers 1000L
Joinwell offers an innovative solution to the growing demand for liquid food in the industrial market. Folding IBCs------The most sustainable packaging
About its development ----
Folding IBCs is a part of the latest trend in the packaging industry where various applications are demanding containerization and returnable transport packaging. Containerization has made it possible for the shipping industry to transport products without being a financial burden.The folding IBCs are also stackable. This helps in maintaining the efficiency of storage at warehouses.
About its range of application ----
Most of the demand for folding IBCs packaging comes from food and beverage industry. However, with the growing popularity of folding IBCs, it is also finding its application in many other industries such as chemicals, petrochemicals, cosmetics, Flavors and Fragrances, personal care, pharmaceutical intermediates, paints and coatings, milk , liquid egg , sauces , detergents, viscous creams,lotions, fruit concentrates , etc.
Common IBC containers
Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC), are specialized for shipping and storing a lot of liquids or materials. They are designed in a manner that minimizes space while maximizing the volume that can be stored in the containers.
Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC), are reusable containers designed for the standardized shipment of liquids or granulated substances. IBC containers are not only efficient, but can be used for a multitude of purposes in various industries. Farmers use IBC containers to carry food ingredients, while pharmacists use them to transport chemicals. Cleaners carry soap and other solvents, and manufacturers store products, such as molasses or oils, in IBC containers. They are often used to transport or store dangerous goods or hazardous materials. Many also rely on IBC containers to transport a safe water supply. The type of IBC containers you purchase depends on what you intend to transport in it.
Intermediate bulk containers (IBC) are industrial grade, reusable containers designed for handling, transporting and storing liquids, semi-solids or pastes. IBCs are gradually replacing the traditional barrels or drums when it comes to storing liquids. They are most commonly 1000 litres in capacity and are U.N. approved for transport of chemicals in the same way as drums are. The use of IBC containers is becoming more popular due to the host of advantages over the conventional 205 litre barrel or drum. Before selecting the storage container that is right for you, ensure you have taken the factors outlined above into account. From space advantages to superior storage capacity, IBC’s offer a range of benefits over traditional barrels or drums. To ensure total safety when storing chemicals, you must also consider fire protection, location of your chemical store, ventilation, frost protection and personnel safety.
IBCs are used for liquids and particulates (i.e. powders, granulates, resins), products that later will undergo filling into smaller packaging or will be an ingredient or component in a production or manufacturing process.
Within such industries as food & beverage, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and household chemicals, packaging professionals devote themselves to the design and development of packaging, the receipt of packaging, the filling of packaging, and the shipping of packaged products. How the inputs to production come packaged──whether in IBCs or other industrial containers──might be regarded as the province of corporate purchasing agents or of someone at the production facility. Such thinking, however, undermines the opportunity for packaging professionals to contribute outside their traditional spheres of influence.
To understand the role of intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) is to understand the name itself: containers, in that they hold contents; bulk, in that the contents are of large, undivided quantities; and intermediate, in that the containers hold quantities that are smaller than those of tank cars but larger than those of industrial drums, pails, and totes.
IBCs reduce costs and increase efficiency in material handling, transportation, and warehousing, under certain scenarios, such as a company that receives contents in 500L container. A switch to IBCs that hold the equivalent of multiple containers. It means fewer handlings and better utilization of cube during transportation and storage. Safety also benefits due to fewer encounters between personnel and containers. Even if a company already utilizes IBCs, it might not be utilizing the variety best suited to its needs.
Rigid intermediate bulk containers
A popular type of IBC is a composite, consisting of a durable plastic (i.e. HDPE) container housed within a metal cage and mounted on a pallet. The result is a structure designed for handling by forklift or pallet jack. This type of IBC can be of one-time usage; however, the more favorable economics attach to the multiple-use variety, which can be collapsed for purposes of returns. Another popular type is the metal or galvanized container, Unquestionably durable, they are used for all types of liquids, even flammables.
IBCs, whether composite or stainless steel, dispense through ports, typically located at the base, and hoses or pipes that attach to the ports; thus, IBCs lend themselves to contents that flow, liquids, for sure, but also granulates.
For applications that fall under the purview of the FDA, the materials in direct contact with the contents must have that agency’s approval. And for applications involving hazardous materials, there must be compliance with the multiple agencies that promulgate haz-mat regulations. Then there are fire-codes, to which plastic-component IBCs are subject, owed to their combustibility.
Markets-Our IBCs Are Suitable For A Wide Range Of Uses,