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Anyone know where I can buy second hand IBC containers?

 

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Many kinds of IBC containers.  Do you want all types?

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Thanks for the useful pic.

 

Ideally the middle top row.

 

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There was a thread in the DIY housing forum a while back where someone mentioned buying one of these IBC containers and had a picture of the top middle one.

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3 hours ago, stament said:

Thanks for the useful pic.

 

Ideally the middle top row.

 

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Middle-top row would be best choice, stack-able 2 high giving 2000 litre capacity on a square metre footprint. Fittings easily obtained.

Also generally, most widely available.  

Perhaps best bet would be Mrs Stament do a "google search" in Thai

Have two at home and as drought measures are now hitting New Zealand with a ban on outdoor hoses, my home grown veges for Opal will flourish. 

 

Further reading, and Metropolitan has given you a lead. 

 

  On 5/2/2020 at 2:57 AM, HashBrownHarry said:

 

excellent - thx

 

International Bunded Container btw, 1000ltrs.

Just noticed that they replied me last week, they have the  IBC Grade A 1000liters for 3500thb.

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I like the small footprint of these tanks but how would you stop the public water flow into them without a float setup? Can you use some kind of electronic valve?

 

Is there just one inlet on the top and one outlet on the bottom?

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6 hours ago, grin said:

I like the small footprint of these tanks but how would you stop the public water flow into them without a float setup? Can you use some kind of electronic valve?

 

Is there just one inlet on the top and one outlet on the bottom?

Normally, yes.

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One word of caution. The manual valves on these types of containers are not the most robust of things. If you are going to use them repeatedly they will fail after a while. 

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