What size is an IBC container?
IBC sizes range from 110 to 550 gallons, with 275 and 330 being the most common. Dimensions are internationally standardized to roughly 45″L x 45″W. They are engineered for mobility with built in pallet / forklift access along with stacking capabilities.
How many gallons does an IBC hold?
IBC tank capacities generally used are often 1,040 and 1,250 litres (275 and 330 US gal). Intermediate bulk containers are standardized shipping containers often UN/DOT certified for the transport handling of hazardous and non-hazardous, packing group II and packing group III commodities.
Why are they called IBC totes?
An intermediate bulk container (or IBC) is a pallet mounted, industrial grade reusable container that is used for storing and transporting bulk liquids and powders. Also known as a tote, the IBC is capable of stacking and can be moved by a pallet jack or forklift.