Category: Industrial Container Industry
What to Look for When Choosing 55 Gallon Barrels 55 gallon drums are the most popular size of drum or barrel in use in the United States and Europe. A standard in storage and transportation of liquids and powders, 55 gallon barrels actually have many different uses, and as such, comes in many different materials….Read More
How to Choose a Tote Tank for your Needs Tote tanks are used for the storage and transportation of liquids. Portable and easy to use and store, these tanks can be used for sanitation waste, hazardous materials, automotive fluid storage, and more; and are available in various types of steel, aluminum, polyethylene, and other materials….Read More
Can a Camlock Avoid Accidents? The camlock is an important component of hydraulic, fluid, and plumbing systems. Designed to bridge the gaps between large hoses, pipes, tanks, and spigots that were not designed to fit together, they can mean the difference between a closed and a leaking fluid system. Camlock Connectors A camlock is a…Read More
Convenient Product Transportation with Bulk Containers For convenience of storage and shipping, intermediate bulk containers offer the best value and most efficient use of space. Not only are they large enough to be used in the transport of large amounts of goods and products, they are also easy to use, easy to store, and easy…Read More
Intermediate Bulk Containers can and should be used instead of wooden barrels for wine. Contrary to popular belief, the IBC is not only for bulk chemicals including hazardous materials where the IBC is proven suitable; Intermediate Bulk Containers made of stainless steel are also very suitable to wine storage. You see, wooden barrels were first invented…Read More
In this series on the Industrial Container Industry, you’ll find articles on topics like 55 gallon barrels, 55 gallon drums, 55 gallon steel drums, composite containers, container components, stainless steel tote, stainless steel totes, tote tank, tote tanks, portable tank, bulk containers, and intermediate bulk containers. We hope you find them useful.