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.
Why Static Charge is a Crucial Consideration when selecting an IBC
Static charge is the electricity generated when there is friction between two objects, surfaces, or substances. This includes liquids and powders, such as petroleum, solvents, fuels, or other chemicals.
Under certain conditions, the buildup of static electricity can pose a significant safety risk. Even in non-conductive containers, something rubbing the outside surface of the unit can cause static electricity to build.
Therefore, it is essential that operators assess properly evaluate risk and choose the correct specification for IBCs. In this article, we outline common scenarios where static charge can build and explain why stainless steel is the only choice for safety.
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