Supplier's Corner

IFH Introduces New Storage Systems and Mobile Carts

October 7, 2008

The Innovative Fluid Handling (IFH) Group has introduced a new range of custom storage and dispensing systems and mobile lubrication carts using the company’s new lightweight, economical polyethylene containers. According to the company, the IFH Storage & Dispensing System is a superior alternative for handling lubricants and other fluids. Systems utilizing the new polyethylene containers are ideal for caustic materials that cannot be stored in a traditional steel container, according to IFH, such as herbicides, degreasers, water-based products and water treatment chemicals. IFH’s new polyethylene containers are also used in a range of custom mobile lubrication carts. Users can specify the number of containers and their capacity, as well as a variety of options.
More info: www.ifhgroup.com
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