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ibc spare sizes?


trevor peacock

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trevor peacock

I've had a 1000lt ibc tank for four years no problems.

it's got a purple lever to open it which is connected to a transfer pump.

The levers started letting by, looking at new ones, bit confused by sizes.

anyone know what the standard size is? s50 or s60?

Or how can i tell whcih size mine is?!!!

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12 minutes ago, trevor peacock said:

I've had a 1000lt ibc tank for four years no problems.

it's got a purple lever to open it which is connected to a transfer pump.

The levers started letting by, looking at new ones, bit confused by sizes.

anyone know what the standard size is? s50 or s60?

Or how can i tell whcih size mine is?!!!

Most common IBC's like Kodama are 50mm.

Look at yours and try to identify a maker mark then google it or cross reference spares by looking at tanks.co.uk or Dual pumps online catalogue under IBC

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