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    Feb 2012
    West Bath, Maine, United States

    Default Re: 55 Gal winter project

    Off topic but looks very cheap and rugged: 330 gallon tote in a fork lift metal frame for $100. Can't get the link to work myself.

    Please read the post before commenting or sending messages. All sales are cash only please.

    IBC 330 Gallon Mauser Tote!!!

    All of these totes have gone through a very powerful triple stage cleaning process so they are very very clean inside and out.

    These are chemical-resistant HDPE tanks surrounded by a galvanized steel cage.

    They are mounted to a plastic frame pallet for easy transport. 4-way fork access.

    Stack up to 3 high. 6" diameter fill cap, 2"- diameter drain on some of them and the others are 1 in.

    Previously contained: Industrial potassium in some and the others contained Food additive.

    Each unit weighs about 130 LBS

    Tote dimensions: 40 X 47 X 53 1/2

    I DO NOT represent these totes as food grade.

    They are like brand new! it's at your discretion what you use these totes for.

    PRICE: $100

    I have many other barrels and buckets also please feel free to reach out and see what we have thanks !
    It is not true that you cannot teach an old dog new tricks.
    They can learn them, they just can't do them.

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  3. #22

    Default Re: 55 Gal winter project

    Quote Originally Posted by deepster View Post
    physicsdudereturns: The whole story is mixing 2 to 1. One to one mixes real easy.
    I'll do an experiment today. I'm making 1:1, but I will start off at 2:1 and see if it mixes.

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