Dose liquids directly from IBC containers with buffer tanks
Liquid dosing systems and liquid storage systems often use IBC containers, the commonest types being standard 1000-litre storage containers. IVS Dosing Technology supplies provides structural support frames, with or without built-in buffer tanks, to support the IBC vessels. The structures are made of steel or stainless steel.
How does it work?
The major advantage of using a buffer tank is that it avoids downtime when an empty IBC container has to be changed. Buffer tanks are available in various sizes. A multiple support structure can be used for several liquids next to each other. These versions are available with removable stainless-steel drip trays in various sizes, and can be fitted with liquid detectors.
What are the characteristics and advantages?
- Professional system which prevents downtime
- Custom buffer tank available in steel or stainless steel
- Compact design
- Single or multiple support structure
- Drip trays in various sizes