Intermediate Bulk Container handles hazardous waste solids.

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Able to stack four units high, cubic yard FIBC has 35 in. square base and 36 in. height. Design is approved for UN packaging Groups II and III and features full-open duffle top with flat bottom and 3-mil LLDPE liner. Fabric is 6.5 oz. polypropylene, and capacities range to 2,205 lbs with 6:1 safety factor (2,645 lbs with 5:1 factor). FIBC can be used with over-the-road, rail, and sea transport with no special handling equipment.



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Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers for Hazardous Waste Solids


MACON, GA -- Mulox offers flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs) for handling hazardous waste solids. Mulox FIBCs are designed for use with over-the-road, rail and sea transport with no special handling equipment.

The Mulox cubic yard bag has a 35-in. square base and a 36-in height. With a capacity several times that of drums, the design is tested, certified and approved by an independent lab for UN packaging Groups II and III. A standard pallet, triple stacked, occupies only 16 sq. ft of warehouse space. Drums require a minimum of 15 times more warehousing space and are difficult and costly to handle and ship

This package features a full-open duffle top with a flat bottom and a 3-mil LLDPE liner inserted into the bag for total containment of moist materials. Fabric is 6.5 oz. polypropylene. Capacities range to 2,205 lbs with a 6:1 safety factor, or 2,645 lbs with a 5:1 factor. The container has an outstanding certified stacking capacity, able to stack four units high. Bags are tested to meet or exceed customer standards.

Mulox is a leading multinational manufacturer of flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs), with eleven manufacturing locations and eight sales and distribution offices worldwide. Mulox FIBCs are manufactured to meet the bulk packaging needs of the chemical, mineral, food, pharmaceutical and plastics industries. For more information contact Mulox, Inc., 7980 Industrial Hwy., Macon, GA 31297; tel. 877-285-5224, fax 478-784-1179.

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