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These stainless steel tanks are important for the agricultural, pharmaceutical, chemical and food processing industries, holding grain, dry chemicals or granulated sugar, for example. Read More…

Stainless Steel Bins In general terms, stainless steel bins are durable metal containers used to hold and transport dry goods. Bins vary in size, shape and usage and are used in a wide variety of settings.
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Carol Stream, IL  |  630-283-8980

Here at Frain Industries, Inc. we offer an extensive line of stainless steel tanks. These tanks come in a wide range of shapes and sizes based on their application. Our tank sizes range from 5 gallons to 10,000 gallons and these tanks can be customized to meet your application needs.

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Oak Lawn, IL  |  800-282-1574

For 50 years G & F Manufacturing has been a leading quality stainless steel tank manufacturer for many industries, including pharmaceutical, food & beverage. Their storage containers offer quality workmanship & durability.

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G & F Manufacturing Company, Inc. $$$

West Alexandria, OH  |  877-739-2721

With our collaboration and production capabilities, Rexarc is an industry leader in custom stainless steel pressure vessel fabrication. We have an extensive background with high-pressure applications. We operate a large manufacturing facility and build ASME code and non-code pressure vessels and deliver them at industry-leading turnaround times. Our production craftsmen fabricate vessels that exhibit an impressive caliber of quality.

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Rexarc International $$$

Springfield, MO  |  417-575-9000

Paul Mueller Company began in 1940 as a small process vessel and processing systems supplier. We are now a global player in processing solutions, offering a full range of stainless steel tanks, pressure vessels, heat exchangers, chillers, refrigeration products, processing systems, and processing equipment, all produced by highly skilled craftsmen in state of the art manufacturing facilities.

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Paul Mueller Company $$$

Houston, TX  |  281-397-3700

For over 20 years, Cedarstone Industry has been a manufacturer of stainless steel tanks. Our expert team has the knowledge and experience to help our customers with any of their stainless steel tanks needs. Our products include stainless steel mixing tanks, stainless storage tanks, and stainless aseptic tanks. Contact us today or visit our website for more information.

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Cedarstone Industry $$$

Springfield, MO  |  800-441-2654

Since 1988, Watson Metal Masters has been meeting customers’ needs for stainless steel tanks. Standard designs can be customized for our stainless steel silos, liquid storage tanks, stainless steel water tanks, vacuum tanks, sanitary tanks, and more. Contact us today!

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Watson Metal Masters, Inc. $$$
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Bins are also essential to the industrial and manufacturing industries, where they are used for transport, storage and recycling applications.

The capacity of a stainless steel bin varies; the average range is about 20 to 50 cubic feet. Constructed out of stainless steel, bins are strong, non-porous and resistant to corrosion. The two types of storage for bins include stacking and hanging, and bins are usually either rectangular boxes or open-top containers with a hinged lid, flat sides and a sloping bottom.

For ease of use and convenience, many of these open top containers are mounted on a portable base or on a stainless steel frame with casters which allows the contents to be transported without puncturing the bin itself. Many of these bins act like a hopper and have a door in the conical bottom that can be slid open to release the contents at a controlled rate.

To make bins, a minimum of 10% chromium is added to steel along with other alloys, and the metals are melted together. Once the molten metal becomes uniform, it undergoes a series of cooling and reheating until hardened. After being cut to size and cast into the correct shape, the stainless steel is welded together to form a box or cylinder.

Welding the pieces together ensures that there are no seams and no opportunity for bacteria or leaks. Very similar to the stainless steel bin is a tote, also called an intermediate bulk container (IBC). These are containers use to store and transport fluids. Stainless steel totes are typically 10 gauge or about 3 millimeters thick. Totes are generally box-like in form and can be stacked much like the rectangular bin, though cylindrical IBCs are also available to ship smaller quantities.

Totes and bins are sometimes used interchangeably, though totes are specifically designed for liquids. Both containers have multiple openings for input and discharge, though IBCs have tighter seals Totes generally weight between 200 and 3000 pounds and have bases designed for use by forklifts. IBCs frequently carry hazardous materials, soap, glue and some foods. Unlike 55 gallon drums, totes are easy to load and are more durable.

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