U.N. Approved PTC-TDA series
The industry standard for over 30 years. These IBCs are the most environmentally friendly reusable containers available today for Transport of Dangerous Goods. ACO’s proven design ensures complete drainage and maximum durability.
Fully Enclosed U.N. Approved PTC-TDA-FE series
These heavy duty units offer all the benefits of the PTC-TDA series above but with the added protection of full steel side panels on all four (4) sides. Ideal for harsh working environment.
ACO Pallet Tanks low profile design offers double stacking during transportation. Large 10" threaded opening designed for unique applications.
ACO Containers offers another first in the industry, the narrow profile Pallet Tank. Designed to be moved through narrow doorways (30").
ACO Containers offered the first double tank design in the industry. Allows for two separate products in one shipment.
ACO QD (QuickDischarge) Pallet Tanks are designed to ship viscous liquids and allow for quick and complete drainage.
|ACO totes are made from high-quality polyethylene, which is resistant to chemicals, UV rays, and impact. This makes them a long-lasting and reliable option for storing and transporting a variety of liquids and dry goods.
|ACO totes are UN-approved for the transport of dangerous goods. This means that they meet strict safety standards and can be used to transport a wide range of hazardous material. You can find us on Transport Canada’s list of suppliers of UN standardized intermediate bulk containers.
|ACO totes are designed to be reused many times. This helps to reduce waste and environmental impact.
|ACO totes are easy to stack and transport. This makes them a convenient option for businesses that need to move large quantities of liquids or dry goods.
|ACO has a reputation for providing excellent customer service. If you have any questions or problems with your ACO tote, you can be confident that they will be resolved quickly and efficiently.
IBC tanks can hold a variety of liquids and materials:
They can also be used as secondary tanks to collect spills or leaks from a primary tank.
IBCs can hold a variety of liquid (water, chemicals, hazardous materials) or solid (granules and powders) products. They can also be used as secondary tanks to collect spills or leaks from a primary tank.
It is the shipper’s responsibility to select the appropriate IBC for the material to be transported. There are several criteria for selecting a UN standard IBC that must be met according to the standard. When procuring an IBC, the shipper must ensure that: