For over 50 years, Snyder has been providing solutions for material handling applications. Snyder’s experience coupled with our talented engineering staff offers our customers the reassurance they are getting the best container for their application available today. In addition to our large proprietary line of containers, Snyder has the ability to develop custom containers to meet a customer’s specific application requirements.
Snyder’s unique all polyethylene IBC designs are lightweight, durable and corrosion resistant. Available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes up to 550 gallons, these IBCs are ideal for both hazardous and non-hazardous liquid applications. Rotationally molded in wall thicknesses up to a half inch, Snyder’s plastic IBCs provide some of the industry’s highest useful-life-to-cost ratios.
Available in both Carbon and Stainless Steel, Snyder steel IBCs are the perfect bulk handling solution for a variety of applications. Fabricated with some of the most sophisticated IBC manufacturing automation, steel IBCs can be configured to meet the most stringent design requirements. Applications involving flammable materials, high temperature exposure (> 140º F.), or extreme cleanliness requirements, are ideally suited for steel IBCs.
Viscous Liquid IBCs
Some liquids don’t flow freely through a
standard IBC bottom discharge design, and require help to
drain material efficiently and completely. Snyder has a wide array of IBC design types to promote better drain flow of materials with varying levels of viscosity. Be it a cone bottom or follower plate design, Snyder’s viscous liquid IBCs can solve your company’s challenges in handling liquid materials with higher viscosities.
Some applications require the combined use of both steel and plastic in an IBC design to meet specific requirements. Snyder offers the industry’s broadest range of composite IBCs in sizes up to 550 gallons, where a polyethylene bottle is encased in a heavy-duty steel cage. Certain plant specifications or warehouse space considerations may require the use of a composite IBC, and
Snyder has the perfect solution in these cases.
Dry Handling Hopper Bins
Steel and plastic hopper bin designs are available with a variety of options and sizes to meet the unique handling requirements of dry powder and granular materials. Dry handling bins can be configured with different slopes, discharge/fill openings, and valves, and Snyder offers a full line of accessories, including discharge stands, tumblers, and filling stations designed to optimize material flow.
Double Wall IBCs
Two tanks in one! Snyder’s revolutionary double wall IBCs provide a built in secondary containment for an IBC in transit. The inner polyethylene bottle is encased within a secondary outer polyethylene basin to contain any spills that might occur in a particular application. Double wall IBCs are the perfect solution for users looking for the ultimate in safety and environmental protection.
Snyder Rental Program
Snyder is also positioned to offer our
customers alternative methods in acquiring bulk container
assets. Snyder’s affiliated rental partners program enables
plastic, composite, or steel containers to be rented, leased
or lease purchased through approved Snyder vendors.
The program features include:
Ability to conserve capital expenditures for other business improvement priorities.
No minimum or maximum quantity you have to rent.
Flexibility to expand or reduce your fleet as your needs change.
Replace worn out, existing fleet with new improved models.
Custom Container Designs
In addition to Snyder’s extensive standard product offering, some of our greatest success stories stem from custom container designs to meet specific customer requirements.
Snyder’s engineering team is a recognized leader in design innovation, and is driven to work with customers to develop the best performing container at the lowest possible cost.