Stainless steel IBCs provide a cost-effective, reliable method of handling, storing and shipping liquids. Tote tanks are built to last with 10-gauge 304 stainless steel construction for strength and durability, and they are available in capacities from 180 to 550 gallons. Durable and reusable, tote tanks save money on labor, storage and freight costs.
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3” NPT 316 S/S fusible vent cap with teflon gasket.
22” 304 S/S drum cover with 3” nipple in center with eyebrows.
10 Gauge stainless steel IBC construction with 2b finish.
1-Piece slopped bottom uniform and virtually complete drainage.
2” 316 S/S low-profile ball valve with reverse stem and locking handle.
Tote tanks provide an efficient alternative to 55-gallon drums. IBCs are easier to handle, safer to use and better for the environment. Our free guide provides advantages of using stainless steel totes instead of drums and covers every aspect of container usage including, disposal concerns, product loss, shipping costs, labor costs and liability issues.
The most common size for stainless steel IBCs is 350-gallon capacity. This capacity provides the most cost efficient use of material and easily double stacks in common over-the-road trailers. The standard 350-gallon tote tank dimension is 42" x 48" base with an overall height of 47". The stainless steel 350-gallon IBC has the same base dimensions as a pallet, but can hold more than SIX 55-gallon drums!
Another popular size for stainless steel IBCs is the 550-gallon capacity tote tank. The standard 550-gallon tote tank dimension is 42" x 48" base with and overall height of 71". These tote tanks have a tare weight of approx. 615 lbs. The stainless steel 550-gallon IBC has the same base dimension as a pallet, but can hold TEN 55-gallon drums!