Transport and store liquids, fluids and chemicals safely with IBCs
At Kingfisher Direct, we know that organisations need to be able to safely store and transport hazardous materials. We stock an extensive range of high-quality IBC containers designed to safely store and transport hazardous materials.
Why choose our IBC containers?
Our IBC containers are engineered for safe and efficient handling of bulk liquids, ensuring secure storage and transport while minimising the risk of spills and contamination.
Made with high-quality materials, our IBCs are built to withstand the rigours of industrial use and are compatible with a wide range of chemicals, ensuring long-lasting performance.
With years of experience in providing IBC solutions, we have a deep understanding of the unique requirements of various industries, enabling us to offer tailored solutions that meet your specific needs.
Our IBCs have passed legal regulations which aim to avoid accidents and protect humans, materials and the environment from flammable and corrosive liquids.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. What is an IBC?
Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs), known by various names such as water tanks, IBC totes, pallet tanks, and water bowsers, are versatile, reusable industrial vessels meticulously engineered for the secure storage and transportation of bulk liquids. These containers are not only stackable but also ingeniously mounted on a pallet, facilitating effortless mobility using either a forklift or pallet jack.
The robust, tubular galvanised steel frame enveloping the container ensures the utmost stability, providing a secure foundation for your precious cargo. This frame is tailored to seamlessly align with the grooves of a plastic pallet, both beneath and above the container, resulting in precise positioning and trouble-free stacking.
2. Are your IBC containers suitable for both hazardous and non-hazardous liquids?
Our IBC containers are versatile and can be used for a wide range of liquids, including hazardous and non-hazardous materials. Be sure to check the product descriptions for specific details.
3. Are IBCs reusable?
Yes, IBCs are typically reusable, making them a cost-effective and environmentally responsible choice for bulk liquid handling.
4. How do I move or transport an IBC?
IBCs are designed to be moved with forklifts or pallet trucks due to their palletised structure, which simplifies transportation and handling.