Engineered for food products for institutional and foodservice markets, the InPack container has a tamper-evident lid that easy flips up and stays open for easy access and pouring. From...
Powell Systems corrugated steel containers add strength by the method of manufacturing. Corrugating, for example, provides rigidity and resistance to bending. Lap seam welds provide additional strength. Corners are formed as an integral part of the container, rather than welded. Leg design provides additional base strength, and safe stacking. Formed top flanges keep the container side straight and parallel, which provides additional stacking safety.
Industry uses corrugated steel containers because they possess a high strength to weight ratio; design in flexible; are durable; provide maximum protection for the contents; are practically maintenance free; a wide variety of options are available; can be used with any handling device; are safe and easy to stack.
Standard units consist of a two-piece box welded to a platform skid base, or a corrugated bottom with stacking legs.
Many other designs are offered, such as: tapered end bodies; bottom dumps; roll-over units; crane handling accessories; skid bases; corrugated metal pallets; boxes with wire mesh panels; hinged doors; sliding doors; heavy duty forging boxes, etc.