Composite IBCs provide a cost-effective, reliable method of handling storing and shipping liquids. Our composite totes are comprised of a high-density polyethylene (HPDE) bottle which is encased in a heavy-duty steel cage. This rigid, galvanized tubular steel grid is designed to offer superior protection. Choose from our standard 275-gallon and 330-gallon capacities and customize the fittings of your tank (valve, cap, gaskets) based on your requirements. These caged composite totes are approved for UN Packaging groups II & III. New tanks are also rated as food-grade. Our poly composite IBCs are durable & reusable, saving you money on labor, storage and freight costs.
|Poly Composite IBCs|
|Nominal Capacity||275 gallon||330 gallon|
|Length||48 inches||48 inches|
|Width||40 inches||40 inches|
|Height including pallet||46 inches||53 inches|
|Weight, w/ steel pallet||130 lbs.||150 lbs.|
|Weight, w/ plastic pallet||139 lbs.||159 lbs.|
The standard sizes for poly composite IBCs are the 275-gallon & 330-gallon capacities. The 275-gallon capacity provides the most cost efficient use of material and easily double stacks in common over-the-road trailers. The standard poly composite tote tank dimensions are a 40" x 48" base, with 275-gallon containers having an overall height of 46", and 330-gallon containers having an overall height of 53". A 330-gallon poly composite IBC has the same base dimensions as a pallet, but can hold as much as six 55-gallon drums!
Solid, plug or vent
Available pallet options: steel, plastic, or wood
Our 275 & 330-gallon high density polyethylene tanks can be used to store a variety of industrial chemicals with a specific gravity of up to 1.9. They are also commonly used in the food and beverage industry to store and transport liquids. Often referred to as “one-way totes”, poly composite IBCs are cheap enough that they are often used just a single time before being replaced, making them the perfect option for companies shipping sensitive products that need to be kept in a brand new container.
Tote tanks provide an efficient alternative to 55-gallon drums. IBCs are easier to handle, safer to use and better for the environment. Sometimes referred to as "one way totes", poly composite tanks are ideal for those who want the size and space advantages of IBC's without worrying about cleaning, testing, and paying large upfront costs.