AUER Packaging's IBC container is the ideal storage and transportation container for liquids of all kinds. The water tank has an impressive capacity of 1,000 litres and is exceptionally easy to use. For the transport of dangerous goods, an UN-approved version of the IBC container is also available.
- 1,000 litres volume
- Low tare weight fluctuations
Intermediate bulk containers made by AUER Packaging
What are the strengths and features of IBCs?
The IBC made by AUER Packaging is the optimal way to store and transport liquids. An integrated pallet forms the base of the container and creates a high level of stacking security. The tough and reusable plastic container is surrounded by a frame made of welded and galvanised metal tubes. It is a feature that lends a high degree of strength to the liquid-holding container. The IBC water tank also has tremendous capacity and is easy to use. As an option, the IBC comes with UN authorisation for the transport of dangerous goods. The classic intermediate bulk container can be supplied with a plastic or wooden base, depending on your particular needs. In AUER Packaging’s online shop, you can also select the size of the inlet opening and the outlet valve on the IBC tank.
The IBC has a capacity of 1,000 litres and is extremely stable as a result of its design. Thanks to its integrated pallet, the IBC is best-equipped for conveying technology and storage in a high-bay storage system. The container can be easily cleaned after use and is ready for its next job. If you would rather forget about the cleaning, you can use the bag-in-box system
made by AUER Packaging. These liquid-storing and transporting containers employ disposable liners that you can replace after use. This option eliminates the cleaning work while maintaining the high level of hygiene.
Functionality of the intermediate bulk container
The IBC water tank is simple to operate: Liquid is poured through the inlet opening in the top of the container and is securely stored in it as a result. The outlet valve is securely protected by a seal until the time comes to remove the initial amount of liquid. It breaks when the first filling step is taken. While liquid is being drained from the IBC, a butterfly valve enables the amount being drained to be measured precisely. As a result, you will release exactly the amount of liquid that you really need.