No more physical lifting with the double-walled VARIBOX CC 250

The time physical lifting of drums and barrels on drip trays is over with the double-walled VARIBOX CC 250-liter Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC). The VARIBOX CC is the most compact double-walled IBC to date. It is the perfect solution to replace the drums and barrels at your facilities. With the integrated spill containment feature, you don't need to lift packed chemicals onto drip trays. The integrated spill containment protects people and environment against any leakage and gives the flexibility to place the VARIBOX CC at any desired location.

The former situation 

  • The need for a drip tray 
  • Lifting drums and barrels filled with chemicals
  • Need for a pallet when being moved by a pallet truck
  • Dangerous when loose on a pallet, must be secured when being moved 
  • Open connections and dripping extractor tubes
The former situation with drums
Former situation with open drums

The new improved situation with the double-walled VARIBOX CC 250

  • Integrated spill containment
  • No more physical lifting
  • Easy handling by a pallet truck
  • Close connections, integrated Safeline system
Improved situation with the double-walled VARIBOX CC 250.JPG(2)
Improved situation with the double-walled VARIBOX CC 250(1)

There is more with VARIBOX Safeline Performance!

The double-walled VARIBOX CC 250 is equipped with the new VARIBOX Safeline Performance, the new standard in safety. The VARIBOX CC is specifically designed to reduce the manual handling of your chemicals minimizing the risk of chemical contact. Your pump system can be directly attached to the top of the VARIBOX CC, which is connected to an internal extractor tube. This creates a completely closed system eliminating the risk of harm to anyone handling your chemicals.

More information about the double-walled VARIBOX CC 250

Do you want to have more informa tion about the double-walled VARIBOX CC 250L? Please feel free to contact us by info@varibox-ibc.com or call us at (+31) 0570-66-07-11