Connecting the NS4 coupler on to our IBC

On this page, you will find a video about connecting the NS4 coupler on to our IBC (Intermediate Bulk Container). The double-walled VARIBOX FC 1000 L is specially designed to enhance safety in many different markets. Its unique design creates a completely closed system where chemical contact will be avoided. To get the chemical product out of the IBC is simple: click the counter coupler coming from the pump system onto the extractor tube in our VARIBOX. There are several extractor tubes available for the VARIBOX, like the CDS extractor tube and the NS4 extractor tube.

Connecting the NS4 coupler on to our IBC

An NS4 extractor tube is a tube in the VARIBOX FC that reaches the lowest point of the inner container. A coupler can be connected to the NS4 extractor tube. With the VARIBOX FC, an NS4 extractor tube is an option with which the product can be pumped out of the VARIBOX without opening the VARIBOX. This enables safe working with chemicals and toxic fumes and chemical products cannot escape from the VARIBOX FC. A return connection is required for certain dosing systems. This is a standard function of the NS4 extractor tube.

The NS4 video

Minimal residue after emptying
Very little product remains behind in the VARIBOX FC because the NS4 extractor tube sits in the lowest point of the inner container. Handling and transporting the empty VARIBOX FC is therefore safer. After emptying, approximately 0.1 litres remains in the VARIBOX FC. Less than 0.1 litre remains in the NS4 extractor tube itself. These quantities are based on water and will vary per chemical product.  Besides that the NS4 extractor tube has been developed for use with a variety of chemicals. The NS4 extractor tube is resistant to most chemicals, but it is very important to choose the correct version.
 
More information
Do you have any other specific questions regarding the NS4 extractor tube of the VARIBOX FC or do you want additional information please feel free to contact us by info@varibox-ibc.com or you can call us on (+31) 0570-660-711