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Listing: Buckhorn Collapsible tote


size 48"x44"x47"

Caliber IBCs are injection molded of FDA compliant materials and have completely smooth surfaces to satisfy the strict hygienic standards. These Intermediate Bulk Containers are designed to withstand the toughest demands including filling under pressure, long-term outdoor storage, rail transport and hot fill applications.

Features and BenefitsThree sizes: 270 gallons, 300 gallons and 315 gallonsTop or bottom discharge containersFeature built-in sump for bottom dischargeReinforced side walls with embedded steel rodsLid locking system secures lid at eight tamper evident locationsEasy assembly and collapsibility - up to 2.5:1 return ratioFour-way forklift entryCan stack up to five high with 3,307 lbs. per containerLow tare weight allows more product per truckload and helps minimize transport costsCertified for rail shippingCompatible with disposable linersUse with temperatures of 0 deg to 140 deg FCustomization and identification options availableBacked by a one year limited warranty100% recyclable

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