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    7 steps to a sparkling clean IBC

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    All Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs) need to be regularly cleaned and maintained in order to adequately serve the many industries that they are used for, and to ensure that they can provide a lifetime of service. To determine this, it is important to consider what degree and type of cleaning an IBC requires, as well as how frequently it needs to be cleaned. This depends on a variety of factors; what material the IBC contains, how often the IBC is used, and any industry-specific regulations that need to be adhered to during the clean. In this article, we explore the THIELMANN IBC cleaning process, based on the above factors, and tips so you can make an informed decision about the best way to keep your IBC sparkling clean.

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