1000l IBC's

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  1. palmerc

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    Hi Guys,

    I will soon have access to 1000l IBC's (about 6 available). Contained vinegar previosuly so just need a rinse out with water.

    Price R500 ea. Johannesburg only. Must arrange for own collection.

    Available in about a month or two.

    Book here
     
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    Mekaeel Moderator MASA Contributor

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    what is IBC's?
     
  4. Hill

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    100l or 1000l ????????
     
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    Mekaeel Moderator MASA Contributor

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    you see what science does to people :lol:
     
  6. palmerc

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    What's a zero between friends hey.

    They are 1000litres.

    Mekaeel, IBC stands for Intermediate Bulk Container. They are 1 cubic meter plastic "boxes" and have a metal cage around for support.

    Ideal for live rock curing facilities, storing RO or salt water etc.
     
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    oh ok.thank you o mad scientist/cook :)
     
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    There is a picture of it on the home page :wink:
     
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    Hi Clinton I will take them all. Let me know when to pay for them and where they must be collected when ready.

    Thanks
     
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    Hi Andreas,

    I will reserve them for you then and contact you once they are empty. Should be within the next two months.

    Payment only required once they are ready for collection. Will pass you the comapny account details when ready.

    They would need to be collected from my work at Wynberg, Sandton.

    You made a good buy. Good quality IBC's suitable for what you want them for (I am assuming for water, live rock etc.) are quite scarce.

    Clinton
     
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    Thanks Clinton. I will arrange collection which wont be a problem.
     
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    oh that thing there.wouldve been nice to have a trailer to fill that up with NSW
     
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    Damn, to late, those are nice drums
     
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    These ones are paricularly nice, only been used once. I'm sure we will get more sometime, but probably only early next year.
     
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    What's the plan for them?
     
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