275 Gallon Totes & Tanks

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High density polyethylene resin (HDPE) is used to produce these 275 gallon IBC tanks. This resin is BPA free and certified by the FDA. UV inhibitors are used to protect the object from sun damage. In this way, they are engineered for the outdoors. The product line for IBC tanks is approved by ANSI/NSF standards for portable items such as consumable food. The 275 Gallon IBC tanks are built by Title 49 requirements for hazardous as well as nonhazardous packing, for Group II and Group III materials.

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Everything You Need To Know About A 275 Gallon Container!

About 275 Gallon Totes

Many people choose 275 gallon tanks for numerous trade applications. This volume is comfortably within small drums and larger tanks. This is the reason why IBCs are called intermediate bulk containers. These IBC tanks are built in accordance with governmental standards for various item handling applications. The boxes even have many offshore uses.

Advantages of 275 Gallon Tanks

Designed to contain easily degenerative items, the intermediate bulk tanks are good choices to carry any item. Petrochemicals and solvents are susceptible to the potentially damaging effects of large amounts of sunlight and wind. IBC engineering negates these effects. The cargo can be handled easily with these totes. The 275 gallon IBC tanks are durable enough to handle the stress of transport, and that makes them highly efficient. Even better, they are reusable. This can only save money over time.

275 Gallon IBC Tote Dimensions

These totes are 48” in length by 40” in width by 46” in height. The max fill temperature is 140 degrees F. When not empty, these IBC totes are stackable up to two individual totes.

Handling and Transport of 275 Gallon Tanks

IBC tanks are engineered with pallet bases that have forklift jack channels for 2-way, 3-way, or 4-way forklift access. These totes are built to save space as well. Standard drum containers may have issues with space that IBC tanks do not have. Instead of placing items in five 55 gallon drums, those items could be placed into a 275 gallon IBC tank in order to save space and minimize effort. Empty IBCs are stackable up to three high, while filled IBCs can be stacked up to two high.

How much does a 275 Gallon IBC Tote Weigh?

275 Gallon IBC totes weigh 128 lbs when empty and 2,200 lbs full weight.