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  • Using cageless IBC for water

    Before I test it, does anyone know if a 1000 litre IBC will pop/burst when filled with water if it is not supported by its cage?
    Or is the cage there for safe transportation and stacking?
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    It will be fine without the cage, but make sure its clean and hasn't previously held something nasty
    Last edited by Greenleaves; 05-05-2019, 12:41 PM.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Greenleaves View Post
      It will be fine without the cage, but make sure its clean and hasn't previously held something nasty
      I'm surprised at that. I always thought the cage was essential.
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      • #4
        I had one without s cage for years Snadger, only got rid of it as the tap broke
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        • #5
          Did it bulge at all?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by MyWifesBrassicas View Post
            Did it bulge at all?
            If it bulges you could always put a wooden stake up against the sides, one in the middle of each side will do the job

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            • #7
              Not that I recall
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