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Stainless Steel IBC's and tanks

Tuesday, 28 March 2017 15:51:48 Europe/London

Stainless steel IBC’s can be used to store a range of products from differing chemicals and liquids to pharmaceuticals and water. They are also very popular within the brewing industry for use during the mash tonne, fermentation and conditioning stages, as well as in the transportation of ales.

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Fittings and spare parts for your IBC

Thursday, 7 July 2016 11:31:19 Europe/London

At Delta Containers we do more than supply IBC’s we also provide a large variety of spare parts and fittings that can be purchased from this website for our customers’ convenience.

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Repaltainer versus standard IBC

Monday, 21 March 2016 09:32:29 Europe/London

Apart from standard intermediate bulk containers (IBC’s) we also have Repaltainers. Invented by Mauser in 1991 when the use of recycled plastic became a priority. This IBC is a 1000 L composite IBC with a pallet made from recycled plastics and is the most robust IBC of them all.

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Water storage tanks

Thursday, 21 January 2016 15:54:29 Europe/London

IBC containers are often used for catching rainwater for gardens or livestock. The IBC is placed near the house or shed to catch the rainwater from the roof. This is a perfect solution to save money on your water bill, or to help the environment or can just a practical solution where there is no water supply.

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IBC Glossary

Wednesday, 2 December 2015 16:48:15 Europe/London

IBC container – IBC stands for intermediate bulk container and is a reusable industrial container designed for the transport or storage of bulk liquid and granulate substances (e.g. food ingredients, solvents, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, lubricants, brewing etc.). IBC’s are stackable containers on a pallet so they can easily be moved using a forklift or a pallet jack. It’s an ‘intermediate’ tank because the volume range is between that of a drum and a tank. The most common size is 1,040 litres which is however called a 1000ltr IBC. The cube shape makes is much more economical to store then for example drums. They are also called IBC totes or IBC pallet tanks.

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Everything you need to know about reconditioned IBC’s

Tuesday, 3 November 2015 11:20:01 Europe/London

At Delta Containters we collect IBC’s from different companies all over the UK and we bring them to our recycling plant in Manchester to be refurbished, cleaned and tested.

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Drum bunds – Which one is best for you

Friday, 7 August 2015 09:17:43 Europe/London

The most important thing to know is that, by law the drum bund needs to be able to hold at least 25% of the total amount on the bund or 110% of the largest drum on there. This is to ensure a safe work environment and of course to keep the ground unpolluted.

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Get the right bund for your IBC’s

Thursday, 23 July 2015 13:30:42 Europe/London

Bunds are there to protect the workplace but also the environment in general. If you have oil product or dangerous goods such as acids or chemicals, you have to protect the workplace but also the ground you work on for the environment. This is of course for you own safety but also required by EU law.

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Which IBC do I need

Wednesday, 24 June 2015 11:30:08 Europe/London

It is not always easy to know which IBC container to order. There are many different type of IBC containers and then you have to choose from 3 different type of pallets. Here are a couple of tips that might help you making the right decision.

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Get creative with IBC containers – Save yourself some money

Tuesday, 12 May 2015 11:33:08 Europe/London

A lot of industries use IBC containers for oils, paints, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, paints, resins and food and beverages. However, more and more people have found really smart ideas for IBC containers.

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