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A 330 gallon IBC Tote is a caged intermediate bulk container used for the transportation, storing, or distributing of liquid materials. 330 gallons of HDPE bladders are enclosed in a galvanized steel cage for protection and durability while in use.
What are 330 gallon IBC totes?
The 330-gallon IBC tote is a plastic and metal container that is used for transporting, storing, and handling liquids. One of the popular sizes for IBC totes is the 330-gallon tote. Intermediate bulk containers are another name for them.
Are 330 gallon IBC Totes stackable?
330 gallon totes are designed to be stacked. Stacking containers over two high, full or empty, is not recommended.
What are 330 gal IBC totes used for?
They are typically used to transport, store, or blend liquids used in industrial settings.
What are 330s totes made of?
HDPE plastic and galvanized steel are the main components of an 330 gallon tote.
What are the dimensions of 330 gallon IBC Totes?
Dimensions: 40″L x 48″W x 54″H
Can 330 gallon IBC Totes be used for potable water?
Yes, but it is highly discouraged to use potable water in an used container.
How much do 330 gal IBC weigh?
About 150 pounds, but this may vary based on the manufacturer and the container specifications.
How many 330 gallon IBC totes fit on a truck?
On a 53" trailer you can fit 60 330's.
Where can you 330 Gallon IBC Totes?
330 gallon totes are available from packaging companies, distributors and recyclers, on Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist, and online. The majority of commercial containers are purchased from an EPA-compliant container reseller.
How much do 330 Gal IBC Totes cost?
330 gallon IBCs can cost as little as nothing or as much as $400.00. Prices are based on the container's condition. In general, a 330 gallon IBC Tote costs about $150.00 reconditioned when purchasing 60 at a time.
HDPE resin used in the 330 gallon tanks is FDA approved, ANSI 61 certified, and BPA-free. For water and food storage, only new 330 gallon bladders can be used. Previously used totes are not suitable for drinking water or food grade applications.
330 poly IBC totes comply with DOT and UN standards have been manufactured to CFR Title 49. UN 330 gallon IBCs are certified for use with hazardous packing groups II and III.
330 gallon bulk containers are available in new, used and rebottled IBC totes.
New 330 Gallon IBC Tote are brand new and never before used. Purchasing new IBCs is the most expensive option, but they offer several advantages, including that they are brand new and that there is no possibility of contamination.
Rebottled 330 Gallon IBC Totes have new HDPE bladders, along with a refurbished steel cage.
Reconditioned 330 Gallon IBC Totes feature a professionally cleaned HDPE bladder along with a reconditioned steel cage. All reconditioned IBC’s must be cleaned and inspected before they can be sold. Due to the fact that reconditioned IBCs were previously used, they cannot hold potable water or consumables. In comparison to other caged IBC models, it is the most affordable for industrial use.
Used 330 Gallon IBCs have been used at least once. Cleanliness varies, so they are usually not recommended to first-time tote users.
Bladder or Inner Tank
330 gallon bottles are blow-molded with an interior of high density polyethylene (HDPE) and an exterior of post consumer resin (PCR).
HDPE is a durable, corrosion-resistant plastic with industrial strength. It is non-corrosive, resistant to tears, punctures, and impacts. It follows FDA guidelines for food grade products, and is NSF 61 certified for potable water and human consumption.
Galvanized Steel Frame
A zinc-coated and galvanized steel cage is used to secure the plastic bladder to the pallet, which provides protection during transportation and storage.
Furthermore, steel cages can support heavy loads, provide a durable shell, and can be stored vertically to maximize space.
Integrated pallets are used in IBCs to simplify product movement and increase mobility. Composite bases are constructed from high molecular HDPE and galvanized steel.
The HDPE bottle is mounted on the unified skid by a flat steel plate. A caged IBC tote pallet can be operated with a forklift or pallet jack due to its four-way and multidirectional steel access channels. A tote can be approached and maneuvered from any of these access channels.
330-gallon bulk containers are usually equipped with a 2-inch drain valve and 6-inch fill cap.
Established in 2017, IBC Tote Recycling & Verde Trader offers quality service to manufacturers and consumers. As a leading supplier of recycled IBC totes, we partner with IBC recyclers throughout the country to ensure bulk containers are properly recycled.
We offer a variety of options and bulk pricing. Contact us if you’re interested in finding out more about used 275 gallon and 330 gallon manufactured containers.
Verde Trader is a used industrial packaging marketplace. Our goal is to service companies all of sizes.