There are several types of IBC (Intermediate Bulk Container) containers available in the market. The most common types are:
- Steel IBCs: These are made of stainless steel and are suitable for storing and transporting hazardous materials such as chemicals, solvents, and fuels.
- Plastic IBCs: These are made of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and are ideal for storing and transporting non-hazardous liquids such as water, food ingredients, and pharmaceuticals.
- Composite IBCs: These are made of a combination of plastic, steel, and other materials, and are suitable for storing and transporting a wide range of liquids.
- Flexible IBCs: These are made of flexible materials such as polypropylene or PVC and are used for transporting non-hazardous liquids in bulk quantities.
- Folding IBCs: These are collapsible containers made of plastic or other materials that can be folded and stacked when not in use, saving storage space and reducing transportation costs.
- Rigid IBCs: These are rigid containers made of materials such as plastic, steel, or composite materials and are suitable for storing and transporting both hazardous and non-hazardous liquids.
The choice of IBC container will depend on the specific needs and requirements of the application, including the type of material being transported, the volume of liquid, and the transportation and storage conditions.