IBC Tank Sizes and IBC Dimensions

IBC Tank Sizes

An ideal storage container, there are a variety of IBC tank sizes for your industrial needs. Intermediate bulk containers (IBCs), totes and tanks are ideal for storing industrial products in large quantities

What Do You Put in Your IBC?

 

Which IBC Tank Size Do You Need?

IBC tote tanks are an essential container for many industrial operations.  Hazardous materials, chemicals, and dangerous goods are stored in IBCs.  The food industry stores liquid, granulated, and powdered food ingredients, along with syrups, corn syrup, and molasses within IBC tote tanks.  They are ideal for solvents, detergents, or adhesives.  IBC tote tanks are even used for rooftop rainwater collection.

Such a versatile storage tool, IBCs are manufactured in plastic, carbon steel, or stainless steel and IBC sizes range from 180 to 550 gallons.

IBC tank dimensions vary; however, Powerblanket manufactures heaters for IBCs.

Powerblanket IBC Tank Heater Dimensions:

250 Gallon / 950 Liter

48’L x 42”W x 35”H

122cmL x 107cmW x 89cmH

275 Gallon / 1040 Liter

48”L x 40”W x 46”H

122cmL x 106cmW x 117cmH

330 Gallon / 1250 Liter

48”L x 40”W x 53”H

122cmL x 107cmW x 89cmH

350 Gallon / 1325 Liter

48”L x 42”W x 47”H

122cmL x 107cmW x 120cmH

450 Gallon / 1703 Liter

48”L x 42”W x 59”H

122cmL x 107cmW x 150cmH

550 Gallon / 2082 Liter

48”L x 42”W x 71”H

122cmL x 107cmW x 180cmH

 

How do you keep a barrel or IBC tank that is full of product at an optimal temperature? Powerblanket has the solution. Powerblanket heaters emit safe, consistent heat to ensure your IBC tanks are stored at optimal temperatures. Our standard IBC heaters fit 250 gallon, 275 gallon, 330 gallon, 350 gallon, 450 gallon and 550 gallon IBC tanks. Through our custom process we can manufacture heaters to fit any IBC. Easy to install, Powerblanket IBC heaters will save you time, money, and preserve your sensitive products, whether in storage or in transit.

IBC Heater Solutions for Sensitive Products

IBC Heater

IBC Heater blankets are an excellent temperature control solution for your sensitive products.

Simplify with an IBC (intermediate bulk container) Heater Jacket

Most chemicals and industrial supplies have stringent storage and temperature requirements. Cold temperatures can be particularly troublesome. If you store chemicals or other industrial supplies in large totes, it’s difficult to find an effective heating solution. How do you keep an IBC/tote tank, full of chemicals, at optimal temperatures? Do you store chemicals and/or other temperature-sensitive materials?  Are you concerned about freeze prevention or temperature control?   Rather than hope that your stacked IBCs keep each other warm, invest in a solution that will save you time, money, hassle, and preserve your sensitive products.

IBC Heater Solutions

Powerblanket has the solution. Powerblanket IBC heater blankets provide safe, consistent heat, ensuring your totes are stored at optimal temperatures. Our standard IBC heater blankets  fit 250 gallon, 275 gallon, 330 gallon, 350 gallon, 450 gallon and 550 gallon totes.

 

Powerblanket IBC Heater Jacket Cross Section

A Powerblanket IBC heater offers consistent, and regulated heat distribution at a fraction of the cost of other IBC heater alternatives.  The advanced insulation prevents heat loss and will protect down to -40°F/-40°C.  The heating element within the blanket allows for more surface area contact, conserving energy and greatly reducing hot and cold spots.  

IBC HEATER

All Powerblanket IBC Tote Heater models come with an insulated top which reduces heat loss from your application.

  • Designed to be durable and weather resistant
  • Safely heat and protect a wide variety of chemicals and materials
  • Includes adjustable digital thermostatic controller
  • Provide an insulated full-wrap design
  • Provide easy access with a removable top
  • Deliver uniform heat to temperature sensitive products
  • Preserve expensive materials without scorching or burning
  • Prevent waste by maintaining consistent temperatures
  • Raise material temperatures as high as 145 ºF / 62 ºC (± 5 ºF/3 ºC), depending on ambient conditions
  • ETL certified to UL and CSA safety standards

IBC HEATER